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would cancel trump's plans to speak on school property. but, the board couldn't legally take action, since it wasn't an agenda item. this group says trump is a "bully" and doesn't belong iowa schools...refe rring to his rhetoric toward hispanics. this petition points out the district's "zero tolerance" policy toward bullying. but, that relates to students and school events, but this is a community event to which the policy does not apply. it's important to note west high school has a large hispanic population, in fact, more than 33 percent of the students are hispanic. one of the big reasons members say they are more sensitive to the issue, is because they're saying some students have been harassed and are concerned about the safety of fellow students. to ensure safety, there are extra local law enforcement on hand. but that cost including renting out west costs $3,000, but the trump campaign is picking up the tab so taxpayers aren't paying a dime. sheila? several candidates are making stops in siouxland on friday. martin o'malley will hold an
event at morningside college it starts at 8:45 a.m. at the ups auditorium. also, on friday, republican rick santorum will visit quad city corn processing in galva at 9 a.m. then on friday night there's a big gop rally in orange city at northwest college. the main event starts at 7 p.m. those expected to attend are carly fiorina, governor chris christie, senator marco rubio, and senator rick santorum. also, this weekend there will be even more campaign events including congressman steve king's pheasant hunt. there's a chance of showers tonight and colder weather tomorrow. but how long with it last? here for that now is chief meteorologist ron demers with the first look at our forecast. weather ad-lib mostly cloudy skies were across the region today with some locations seeing showers with the most of the rain falling to the east of sioux city. we'll still stand chances of showers tonight as a cold front starts to push in. that front will cause the wind to switch to the northwest and it become gusty late tonight and wednesday morning. tomorrow is
partnership that hires veterans after they complete active duty. the designation allows the area to compete more aggressively for military members pursuing positions in iowa. those with the organization say they want to make sure all of iowa's veterans are fully employed. they also want to recruit other military members from other states. today, one siouxland community received that home base iowa designation and governor terry branstad was there to present it. the ceremony was held at the veterans memorial at city park in sheldon, iowa. branstad was there to present o'brien county with the home base iowa designation. northwest community college was also recognized as a champs school at the ceremony. the community, including the city park, were lined with american flags in anticipation of the exciting designation. branstad says he wants all veterans to feel welcome to come to iowa and find a job. "you can see the tremendous support for veterans here. we're here at this beautiufl park in sheldon. it's a memorial to service members and they've got a huge avenue of flags so this is a great setting for this and i'm very honored to present the home base iowa presentation to o'brien county
and to salut this community for all they're doing for veterans," said iowa governor, terry branstad. tonight at 10, we will have more on the designation ceremony and why governor branstad is behind it. senator joni ernst weighed in on congress's two-year budget plan today. the deal sets government funding for the next two years. it also pushes the nation's debt limit to 2017. senator ernst said she's disappointed with what she's seen in the deal. especially regarding cuts to crop insurance. she says those serving on the agricultural committee were not consulted about that cut. "some of the other concerns i have with this two-year budget deal is, yes, there are some cuts in some areas but instead of applying, those cuts, those savings to our deficit and our debt, we use it on additional spending," said u.s. senator joni ernst. "i don't think this is what iowans want." ernst says she will vote against
deal will pass. farmers had another big week of harvesting last week until rain slowed things down on friday. the weekly report from the u.s. department of agriculture says that as of sunday, the corn harvest was 73 percent complete in iowa. 57 percent in nebraska and 60 percent in south dakota. the soybean harvest was 92-percent complete in iowa, 90 percent in nebraska and 96 percent in south dakota. today, reaction from local medical experts about a new study linking cancer to certain kinds of meats. the alternatives you can put on your plate to live a healthier life.
the wind to switch to the northwest and it become gusty late tonight and wednesday morning. tomorrow is going to be windy and colder with winds gusting over 30 miles per hour and highs only getting into the low 50s. we could see lows near the freezing mark thursday and friday mornings with highs staying below average as well. we could see a late day shower friday with better chances friday night. we should dry out on halloween with highs getting into the upper 50s. temps in the 60s could return by early next week. straight ahead at 6: if you love to eat bacon and sausage despite what a new study revealed about their link to cancer...hear what experts say how you can lower
released yesterday. these meats include things like hot dogs, bacon and sausage. the report says processed meat is classified as having the same impact as smoking and drinking. a 50 gram portion of processed meat daily increases the rick of colon cancer by 18 percent, according to experts. the study was done by the international agency for research and cancer, the cancer agency of who, and reviewed work from 10 countries. with t t new study, experts s e weighing in on how people can lower their risk of cancer. ktiv's tiffany lane spoke with a siouxland dietitian who shares how to eat better without completely having to eliminate meat consumption.
surprising. gates commented on processed meats s ing classified in the same ranking as cigarettes and alcohol. "it's the same impact," said cindy gates, an oncology dietician at the june e. nylen cancer center. "the more processed meat you eat, the more potential you have for colorectal cancer, just like the more cigarettes you smoke, the more you might increase your risk for lung cancer." processed meat refers to meat that has been transformed through salting, smoking and other processes to enhance flavor or improve preservation. this includes hot dogs, ham, sausages and corned beef. red meat refers to all typse of mammalian muscle meat, like beef, veal, pork and lamb. su "research shows that people should not eat more than 18 ounces of cooked red meat a week. that's the same ize as about ssx decks of playing cards." "there'e' no bennfits to eating processed meat," ssid gates. "of course with red meat, it's a good source of protein. it's a good source of iron. it's just the problem is, sometimes we eat too much red meat." gates says the key thing is moderation. "just to be for breakfast, instead of having three slices of bacon, have one slice of bacon for breakfast," says gates. "if you're having sausage on your pizza, put less sausage." she also says meat is not the only source of protein.
beans, seeds and nuts. in sioux city, tiffany lane, ktiv news 4.>> brad's here -- with a preview of the football playoffs. the iowa postseason starts wednesday -- we'll hear from metro coaches at sgt. bluff- luton, bishop heelan and sisix city east. and, t t final nebraska rankings of the season are out.
jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over hihi that didn't t ppen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch h my stuff and i was the senate presidentnt the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.
when the iowa high school football playoffs start wednesday, three metro teams will be in action. sioux city east, bishop heelan and sgt. bluff- luton will play in the round of 32. the warriors and crusaders may be headed for a head to head showdown in class 3a. sgt. bluff-luton handed heelan their only loss of the season, 28-21, back on september 25th. sbl lost their opener at lewis central and d ve won eight in a row since then. the warriors are hosting boyden-hull, rock valley in round one, while the crusaders host spencer. earlier this season, sbl coach justin smith and heelan coach jerry steffen talked about what it takes to win in the playoffss. "we've talked a lot about taking the next step and having a little grit," said sbl head coach justin smith. "i think that's the thing we were lacking a little bit last year. pretty talented, physically ok, but we lacked that kind of grit. you can't necessarily coach that all the time, the kids gotta take control of that and thjey're doing a good job right now." "each week we have to keep working hard and getting better," said heelan head coach jerry steffen. "the discipline part of heelan high school football is very
important t t to get where we want to be in the playoffs, we have to keep workinn hard and getetetter." east is back in the class 4a playoffs for the seventh year in a row. the black raiders are 5-4 -- the four losses are to teams with a combined record of 30 and 5. east will visit sixth-ranked waukee in round one. waukee beat east in the playoffs last season, 45-7. before the season, head coach bob goodvin remembered quarterback connor koza's initiation. "he started our playoff game last year when our starter got hurt," said east head coach bob goodvin. "as a matter of fact, he's got a game and a half of experience. that's not a lot but it helps a little bit. he's been there when the bullets have flown a ahim so he knows what t texpect." koko has passed for 22-hundred yards with 19 td's and just 8 interceptions this year. all the playoff games kickoff at 7 o'clock on wednesday night. the new nebraska football rankings are out. in class a, norfolk is getting votes. the panthers host #9 millard south on friday. norfolk catholic is first in c-1. the knights host falls city
on friday at 2 o'clock. boone central/newm an grove is ninth. in c2, battle creek is second and will be home friday night. oakland-craig and crofton make the top ten. stanton, who missed the play, gets votes. in d1, guardian angels is number-1, and creighton is fououh. wynot is getting votes in class d2. . e clas d playoffs are thursday. the e tire rankings are at ktiv.com. both the royals and mets have waited a long time for a world series title. 1985 was the last time kc won it all -- the mets have waited since '86. the drought will end for one team -- game one of the world series is tonight. "there's only two teams left. the whole world is watching," said royals manager ned yost. "i don't see having a huge experience advantage over those guys, because it's the world series, anything can happen." "certainly i think they have a little bit more of an advantage that they've been through this before," said mets manager terry collins. "they've been through all the hoopla and jumping through all the hoops before the g ge starts. they're a little more used to it thahawe are." edinson volquez will pitch for
kc, while noah syndergaard throws for new york. first pitch is at 7-07. the northern iowa men's basketball t%am is picked to finish third in the missouri valley preseason poll. the panthers return nine letterwinners and two starters from last years team that set a school record with 31 wins. wichita state got 42 of the 43 first place votes.
and the new chip on your credit and debit cards is supposed to help prevent fraud. but now some con men are using the chip card craze to trick people out of personal information. a full wrap-up of today's visit from presidential candidate donald trumpmp thanks for joining us tonighgh.. et is up next... don't forget to go to ktiv-dot- com for all of your news, weather, and sports... see you back here at ten. welcome to ktiv.com, i'm chief meteorologist ron demers. mostly
region today with some locations seeing showers with the most of the rain falling to the east of sioux city. we'll still stand chances of showers tonight as a cold front starts to push i. that front will cause the wind to switch to the northwest and it become gusty late tonight and we sandra bullock's first red carpet date night with her new man. >> plus, halle berry filed for divorce after two years with husband. what went wrong? >> it's what's coming up right now. >> on "entertainment tonightt >> no need to getmarrrrd. i did ittwice. i tried. > there are rumorsrs for the past couple months. >> the last appearance together, "e.t." was on the set where they first met. >> do you kno i mean? >> then, sandra hand in h with her new man george and amal's after dark pda. >> and brad gushing angie. the exclusive new interview. >> why are blake and
why johnny depp is pranking his wife. bob barker after the nasty fall that sent him e.r. >> i cut my head all up.. >> and is bindi dananng n emcee. >> now in our 35th season this is "entertainment tonight." >> bob barker the record with us about getting injured in that scary our exclusive visit after home with the tv icon is on the way. >> first, after two years of marriage, berry and her husband are splitting. you know, rumors have been flying for months. and now this news broke earlier today. senior news editor has the latest. >> there have been rumors that they would be splitting so they made it offcial today. the couple released a joint statement. the statament ads, "it with a heavy heart that we came to the decision to divorce. we move forward with love and respect for one another and a