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like anthony swift are overjoyed sot: anthony swift, natural resources defense council :29-:38 "tar sands is the bottom of the barrel the most carbon intensive crude in the world. building a pipeline that would enable expansion of that source would certainly set the wrong signal" backers claim keystone would deliver lower fuel prices and thousands of jobs to build the pipe. did that already, said mr obama. sot: president obama (no super) :48-:51 "we've gone ahead and created jobs and lowered gas prices" gasoline is near 2 bucks a gallon... less demand. more us production grafik jobs/october unemployment 5% --best in 7 years-- and today's jobs numbers are the best in 7 years. hillary clinton and bernie sanders agree. don't finish keystone. the republicans running for president .... sot: chris christie (r) presidential candidate 1:04-1:08 "it's a slap in the face to our friends in the north and it's stupid energy policy" oppose the obama move sot: donald trump (r) presidential candidate 1:10-1:14 "we all agree the keystone think we should approve it. etcetera aides say president obama will use his no to urge other nations to take bolder steps as republicans vow to keep pushing the keystone pipeline (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm steve washington. comments on the president's
the pipeline project were swift, and severe. nebraska governor pete ricketts said, "keystone xl would have brought good-paying jobs and nebraska's counties." (matt) south dakota governor dennis daugaard said oil will still be produced in alberta, canada, and shipped by rail or piped elsewhere. daugaard said, "by halting the keystone pipeline the president is eliminating an opportunity for america to be more reliant on trusted north american friends, and less reliant on oil producers from other places." south dakota's only representative in the u.s. house has endorsed republican marco rubio for president. congresswoman kristi noem says rubio stands out in the republican field because of his ability to articulate his vision for the country. noem is the second member of the south dakota delegation to endorse a presidential candidate. senator mike rounds endorsed arkansas governor mike huckabee. a police pursuit that started in sioux city ended in a crash in plymouth county, iowa.
around noon, a woodbury county deputy tried to stop a car on 7th street. the driver took off, and crashed more than 20-miles away near the intersection of k-22 and highway 3. the truck ended up in the ditch. the driver wasn't hurt. however, mercy air care flew the passenger to mercy medical center., in sioux city with what are described as non-life threatening injuries. during the pursuit, investigators say the suspects tossed drugs from the vehicle. the investigation into the incident continues. we now know the identity of the man involved in a nine-hour standoff with police in cherokee, iowa thursday. he's identified as 51-year old james goslar. it was a tense situation after officers came to goslar's home about 1:45 thursday afternoon for a call that a man was threatening suicide. authorities say goslar was the only one in the house, and had been drinking heavily after being served divorce papers. while trying to get him to come out, police saw a weapon in the home. they then evacuated neighbors on oak knoll drive, and called in other law enforcement agencies, including the cherokee
county sheriff's office, iowa state patrol and iowa state tactical unit. the situation ended peacefully about eleven p-m when goslar came out of his house and surrenderred to authorities. they took him to the cherokee regional medical center to be evaluated. a sioux city woman has pleaded "not guilty" to a trio of charges related to a shooting, on the city's west side, last month. 35-year-old nadia broady is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, domestic abuse assault, and reckless use of a firearm in an incident outside her home at 1417 isabella street. police say broady, and her mykale johnson were fighting off. the bullet hit johnson in the aquilas scott in the chest. neither injury was considered threatening. we're learning more about a stabbing in rural woodbury county, on thursday, that sent a mississippi man to the hospital. 21-year-old katherine burdett is accused of stabbing her boyfriend, 28- chest. court documents say burdett was
giving jones a ride to work near sergeant bluff when they got into an argument in the car. both admitted to hitting each other during the fight. burdett told authorities the she grabbed a knife and stabbed jones. he went to the hospital with a five-inch wound described as non-life- threatening. burdett is charged with aggravated domestic abuse assault. when jones is released from the hospital, he'll also be charge with domestic assault. (shiela) a bit of a cooler day today. (matt) but what about our weekend? chief meteorlogist ron demers joins us with our first look at the forecast at 5. temperatures were closer to average today but we knew we couldn't continue with the warmth that the first few days of november brought us. tonight will be cool with a lot of us seeing lows dip into the upper 20s to around 30 degrees. then tomorrow will be quite a bit like what we saw today with better warming on sunday as a stronger south wind kicks up.
(matt) the sioux gateway airport has options once again for which airline will be providing air service starting may of next year. (sheila) friday, the u-s department of transportation announced that united airlines and american airlines have both submitted bids. american asks for just under one million, 300- thousand dollars from the federal government annually to continue services at sioux gateway. american airlines has operated at the airport under the eas program since april 2012, replacing delta airlines. its most recent contact expires april 30th of next year. united airlines has put in a bid
over 300-thousand dollars subsidy united put in an offer last bidding cycle as well. coming up at six, we hear from local leaders on their reaction to the multiple bids. security will be enhanced for u-s bound airplanes from some today homeland security secretary jeh johnson announced today what he describes as a series of precautionary moves. this comes as the investigation continues into the crash of metropjet flight 928 in egypt's sinai peninsula on october 31st. there are no direct flights from egypt's sharm el sheikh airport to the u-s. a big milestone surrounding the devastating bird flu outbreak in iowa. today, state agricultural officials lifted the quarantine of all commercial poultry farms in the state. that includes 72 facilities. that means all the site have been cleaned and disinfected and clear of the virus. it's good to be at this stage. it's very, very important to have full surviellence on right now to be able to look for any birds that might be impacted by migrating through," said bill northey, iowa agriculture secretary. northey says we're at least a
whether or not the state has made it through an addition exposure to the virus. bird flu affected 31- and-a-half million egg producing, chicken and turkey flocks. 8:25 "it's really a relief. it's a happy day for our industry to be moving forward and looking for better times in 2016." said gretta irwin, executive of the iowa turkey federation. gretta irwin with the iowa turkey federation says all turkey farms should have birds in barn by the middle of next month. she says people shouldn't worry about high turkey prices for thanksgiving. that's because iowa raised toms used in deli and ground meats. (sheila) before the outbreak iowa had 60 million laying hens. ag officials say there's an estimated 35 million today. so, far producers received federal payments of $200
and, the usda gave producers and contractors $500 million for the cleanup and disposal of birds. (sheila) getting out there for the homeless. that's the message surrounding a major event going on in siouxland tonight, hosted by the mental health america of siouxland organization. (matt) ktiv's robert lowe is with live link 4 at lewis and clark park in sioux city. robert, what's happening at the park? matt and sheila, as many as 300 people are expected show up here tonight. this is the eleventh time the organization has hosted the siouxland sleep out all to benefit the homeless in the area. last year, there were about 2,500 people homeless people in sioux city. on any given night, 300 people could be sleeping out in the cold, on the streets. that includes women, children and families. pending the weather holds up tonight, there will be a movie and an auction to raise funds. now, these bright lights will be off at 11 as siouxlanders take the pledge to sleep outside, as they look to raise awareness and money for the homeless. matt and sheila, coming up tonight, on news 4 at 6,
organizers about why this event is so important to the community. but, for now, we'll send it back to the studio. still to come on live at five.... a woman kidnapped. how the over 80-year-old was taken from her home and who the main suspect is. two beloved characters have new movies premiering this week... one is suave, debonaire and a hit with the ladies. the other is james bond. details of the peanuts movie and
if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
she went to answer the door and got a fist full of dirt in her face. she was pushed to the ground, blindfolded with her apron and stuffed into the trunk of a car. she was driven more than 200 miles before the car stopped at a wal-mart. hazel said she waited for a bit and escaped from the trunk, and ran into the store to get help. throughout the ordeal hazel says, her biggest concern . . . was for her 10 year old dog tessa. hazel abel - kidnapped by great grandson "i was very concerned that they would, you know, leave her in the house or hurt her, but they didn't." police looked through surveillance tape at the wal mart. they believe hazel's 16 year old great grandson along with another 15 year old boy and a 14 year old girl kidnapped her. the two boys are being charged as adults and are being held on kidnapping and robbery charges. more americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, according to the labor department. the labor department reports a seasonally adjusted 276-thousand applied for aid last week. that's up from 260- thousand
applications the week before. these historically low numbers indicate that despite pressure on growth, employers expect the economy to improve, so they hang on to workers. (sheila) more people are sick with e. coli after an outbreak linked to chipotle restaurants in the states of washington and oregon. health officials now say 40 people are sick. as a result more than 40 chipotle restaurants remain closed. most of the cases are in washington, near the oregon state line. there are no reports of deaths in both states have been treated in the hospital. the sioux city art center will be honoring a man whose legacy has influenced style throughout the area. starting tomorrow, there will be an exhibit for t-s martin, the founder of sioux city's department store t-s martin company. the exhibit includes artwork that has been donated by his granddaughte r's family. "we are celebrating at least a hundred years of what we might call visual culture in city," said todd behrens, curator at the sioux city art area retailers, to create faux department store window displays around artworks in our permanent collection."
tomorrow night there will be a free reception tomorrow night there will be a free reception from five to seven p-m. there will be food and drinks in the atrium. at six there will be a formal presentation in the exhibit gallery. well, it was a cooler day today, will our weekend warm up a bit? ron's full forecast is coming up
the transcontinen tal pipeline would have moved crude oil from canada's tar sand fields to refineries along the gulf of mexico. obama said if congress is serious about wanting to creat jobs, this was not the way to do it. a police pursuit that started in sioux city ended in a crash in plymouth county, iowa. around noon, a woodbury county deputy tried to stop a car on 7th street. the driver took off, and crashed more than 20-miles away near the intersection of k-22 and highway 3. the driver wasn't hurt. however, mercy air care flew the passenger to mercy medical center, in sioux city with what are described as non-life threatening injuries. and... a big milestone surrounding the devastating bird flu outbreak in iowa. today, state agricultural officials lifted the quarantine of all commercial poultry farms in the state. that includes 72 facilities. that's a look at your just home headlines. chief meteorologis t ron demers joins us with the forecast. temperatures were closer to average today but we knew we couldn't continue with the warmth that the first few days of november
cool with a lot of us seeing lows dip into the upper 20s to around 30 degrees. then tomorrow will be quite a bit like what we saw today with better warming on sunday as a stronger south wind kicks up. dry conditions will continue through tuesday with highs staying around 60 from sunday through tuesday. changes come our way on wednesday with a chance of some rain showers with even a rain and snow mix possible by wednesday night. we'll then clear things back out by thursday and friday with
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a small calf, rescued by a california family, now thinks it's a dog. (matt) check this out. he is now a healthy eight-week-old calf. the family he lives with rescued him from a nearby dairy farm when he was just one day old.. and very sick. the small bull spends his time like any other pet.. playing with the dog and taking naps on the sofa. we'll be right back after
flights for the sioux gateway airport. (matt) coming up tonight on news 4 at six... ktiv's tiffany lane will expain what this means for siouxland and what local leaders are saying. (shiela) plus... veterans in cherokee county got a big thank you today. at six.... what the freedom rick means to one vetnam veteran. let's check in one more time with ron. tonight: mostly clear. low: 29 wind: w 5-10 mph tomorrow: mostly sunny. high: 55 wind: w 5-10 mph thanks for joining us for news channel four live at five. we're back again at six.
you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? developing news tonight. explosion on board. new reports about what investigators are hearing on the cockpit