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into "clusters", which wl be served by one pastor. some of those "clusters" will be served by a pastor, and an associate. we have maps of the proposed clusters inside this story on our website, ktiv-dot-com. closing a parish doesn't mean the church will close. instead, the diocese will move those churches to "oratory" status. mass will no longer be celebrated at those sites, but they can be used for catholic weddings and funerals. lingle says the proposed plan gives stability to for the next ten years. "what this does is it let us do work now," said rev. brent lingle, director of pastoral where we're going at least for the next 10 years. rather than, every year, a parish wondering 'i wonder if we're going to be open next year. i wonder if we'll have a priest?'" now that the draft plan has been introduced, pastors in the 108
lay people of parish. they'll get feedback on the plan from parishioners. that feedback k ll be forwarded to the diocese, which can make adjustments to the plan. again, the plan goes into effect in july of 2017. ktiv's matt breen attended today's news conference, he'll have more details tonight onon "news 4 at six." six states, inclcling nebraska have filed a lawsuit against the obama administration over the affordable care act. the suit takes issue with the fee assessed to insurance providers to pay for federal subsidies. the complaint claims nothing in the affordable care act made it clear the states would have to pay the fee. the states hope to put a stop to ththrules that say they must pay ththfee - and- get reimbursed for what they've already paid. texas, wisconsin, kansas, louisiana and indiana are also part of the lawsuit. the field is dwindling.. but the intensity and stakes are not.. as the remaining republican presidential contenders gather to debate
begin to play out when the republicans walk on to this stage at the university of houston in just a few hours.. jay gray - nbc news - houston. >> the president's proposal to close the prison in guantanamo bay is continuing to create controversy. the plan involves transferring the bulk of remaining detainees to other countries. the rest -- who can't be transferred abroad because they're deemed too dangerous -- would be moved to an undtermined facility in the united states. most republican lawmakers, remain opposed to moving detainees into the united states, and iowa senator joni ernst belelves no different. "i don't think they shouldlde releasas. these are very bad people that have done horrible things to american citizens. i reject the president's plan and i don't think it's a good idea to close guantanamo," said iowa
lawmakers will continue to debate over the closing, while officials nail down possible locations for the transfer of the detainees. it was a bit chilly today with some cooler winds. but warmer weather is returning soon. chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. a combininion of clouds and a a steady nonoh wind kept temperatures in the 30s this afternoon with wind chills down in the 20s. we're going to quickly turn things around the next couple of days as warmer weather is about to return. we'll start clearing out our skies some tonight which could lead to a little patchy fog. then with more sun and a l lhter wind we'll see highs get into the 40s and 50s. thanks. with march right around the corner, many
with marchchight around the corner, many siouxlanders are wondering how long this taste of spring will last. and, why we have seen warmer weather this early. in scientific terms, this warmth can be attributed by el nino, which is a pattern showing us long term temperatures. for siouxland, this usually means mild conditions and above average temperatures. with spring quickly apoaching, temperatures are expected to stay on this track with more warmth into march. lingering snow and warmer temps can create flooding concerns too but the national weather service says that this should not be a problem. "there's not going to be a whole lot of concern becuase the snow pack is pretty well gone outside of what's left in ditches, shelter belts, and piles that have built up. there isn't really a whole lot of water
said mike gillsepie, hydrologist for national weather service. although mild temperatures will be felt leading into spring, significant snows cannot be ruled out well into march, and even april. are you looking to redecorate or add amenities to your home. well you're in luck. the annual siouxland home show kicks off tonight. that's where we find ktiv's robert lowe he's with live link 4 at the sioux city convention center, robert? sheila it's the 59th year and every year is bigger and better. that's what vendors and siouxlanders are saying. but this is more than an opportunity to refurbish and replace home items--the home show helps grow local businesses.
it was a day of trial, error and success for a group of siouxland students. "nat pop sound dominos fling and cheering" eighth graders at mater dei nativity in sioux city brought together their resources to come up with "simple machines." these simple machines, called rube goldberg machines, are contraptions that e a challenge to build but perform easy tasks. "they had to use three different simple machines out of the six we learned about and have a minimum of five steps to complete whatever task they went with," said seth sackmann, a sixth grade science teacher at mater dei nativity. "my sixth periododas mixing baking soda and vinegar." students used toy cars, dominos, homemade pulleys and other items
together. "wesed two different pulleys," said collin jackson, an eighth-grader at mater dei inside this side of the pulling, lifting up the card that was blocking the marble which would come down and hit dominos." the students started reading about simple machines and planning about three weeks ago. sackmann says he will be having his students do this again next year. this again next year. still to come on live at five.... the battle between apple and the fbi continues. at the center of the battle, the phone of one of the san bernardino shooters.
they say the apartment building was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived. none of the adjacent buildings to the building caught fire. it is unknown at this time how many people were in the apartment or if anyone was injured. a court date has been sesefor the e neill, nebraska man n charged inhe stabbing death of his wife. 37-year old eduardo quintero will be arrainged march 9th on second degree murder charges. he was arrested monday and charged in the stabbing death of his wife, guadalupe quintero, at their o'neill home on saturday. investigators counted 34 stab wounds on n r body. quintero told investigators he stabbed d her because he suspected she was having an affair with another man. an arrest has been made in ad% sioux city home invasion case from 2014. detectives took 24-year- old joseph lanckriet into custody in council bluffs yesterday. two men were accused of forcing their way into a house where a bank manager lived. the suspects demanded she take them to the bank to get money. instead, they went through her purse and stole some cash.
arrested yet. investigators say dna evidence lead them to the arrest of lanckriet. he faces charges of first-degree burglary and robbery. an inmate who walked away from sioux city's work release facility is backckn custody. the iowa corrections department says jacob petty was caught by sioux city police and is being held in the woodbury county jail. the department listed perry as escaped when he didn't return january 26th from an outpatient treatment program. perry was serving a 10- year prison sentence for robbery. he was transferred to work release last ococber. sioux city police sathere was a credit card skimming device on a local gas pump. according to authorities, the skimming device was found on a gas pump at cubby's, which is located at 4200 south york street. police say the device has been removed from the pump. all other pumps were inspected and did not have a skimming device. police urge citizens to monitoror their credit card statements or bank sttements
a court order to apple to help the fbi unlock an iphone was center stage during today's hearing on worldwide threats. several members of congress asked fbi director james comey questions on the topic during the house hearing in d.c.. the case, which involves the iphone 5-c belonging to one of the san bernardino shooters - is unlikely to set a legal precedent, according to comey, who says mobile phone technology will continue to evolve. (sot james comey / fbi director :10-:17) "part of me thinks - that's great! i don't want anybody looking at my stuff. but then i step back and - which i'm part of - really does -- save peoples' lives." apple ceo tim cook maintains that unlocking the iphone would be bad for america. he says he is prepared to take his case to the supreme court it may have been a bit chilly comparededo the past few weeks. but, looks like the warm weather could be returning soon. ron's full forecast is coming up
rain. the storms toppled trees and downed power lines leaving nearly 20-thousand people in the state without power. one victim of the storm said he wasn't prepared for r at he saw when he checked out his mother's home this morning. (s/wbverly barnes - storm victim:10) "it's one ofhose things you see on tv that always happens to somebody else in another state, and you weren't prepared for when the sun came up this morning what you saw." at least eight people were killed in the storms that rolled through the southeast wednesday. when we come back....we step
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diocese of sioux city.. about the future of catholic churches all across siouxland. ktiv's matt breen on special assignment tonight. a southwest, iowa man who spent his life rescuing dogs reaches out to people in siouxland to help him out when it comes to saving his beloved canines. his dying wish tonight at 6. let's check in one more time with ron. tonight: partial clearing. low: 22 wind: nw/s 5-10 mph tomorrow: clearing skies. high: 48 wind: s/w 5-10 mph thanks for joining us for news channel four live at five. we're back again at six. stay tuned for the n-b-c nightly
twisters carve a deadly path of destruction. hundreds of homes decimated. for the first time, we see the massive scope of the damage. targeting trump. a critical night for cruz and rubio. it could be their last chance to blunt donald trump's m to the nomination. super lice warning, striking in 25 states. extremely resistant to the ways we usually get rid of them. what every parent should know. don't drink the water. another big city warns its residents about what's flowing into their homes. and video horror. the chilling moment that made erin andrews get up and leave the courtroom. as jurors see the tape that she says turned her life into a nightmare. "nightly news" begins right now. "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. good evening. states of emergency are in effect in virginia, and north carolina right now.