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at a time when most churches are shrinking... this siouxland ministry is a key piece of the hispanic culture sioux county. "mad max: fury road" im jenna rehnstrom . tim: and i'm tim seaman. there were the expected winners... and a few suprises. jenna: the 88th annual academy awards didn't disappoint... and of course they saved the best for last as we just found out won an oscar for best picture. tim: tim: oscar night is always about the films and those who star in them... but this year is focusing in on the lack of diversity in the nominations as well as an overall lack of african-americans and other minorities in the film industry. show host chris rock waisted no time zeroing in on the issue. as soon as the opening montage ended rock said "i counted at least 15 black people on that montage."
at 10 am. i'll be back in a few minutes with an updated look at snow coming tomorrow night. tim, tim over to you tim: they live to serve and protect, and althought they don't always find themselves in danger .. police officers and their families live with the knowledge that something bad could happen at any time. now a new group is working to offer support in good time and bad. our jess plue explains. jess: in a society filled with an unsung bias against our protectors in blue...blooms a ray of light in sioux city. an organization devoted to protection, family, and support, the spouces behind the shield are nothing short of an incredible blend of strength towards their serving our and every day. "i noticed someone was sobbing behind me, and when i looked back i noticed one of the officer's wives was sitting
should be sitting there next to her, this is wrong, we should have sat together," says sandra mueller, founder of sbts. this striking epiphany occuring amist the funeral services for officer jason (jay) fleckenstein in 2015. after seeing the men in blue banded together to grieve one of their own, sandra mueller decided that the officers weren't the only ones who needed support. "we need to have that outlet where we can reach out and connect with each other in good times and in bad, we need to be able to know who our support system is," says sandra mueller, founder of sbts. where the original intent was a support group, this organization has become much much more. "family" says ealizabeth hanson, a spouse behind the shield. "family" says emma caskey, a spouse behind the shield. "family" says megan harrison, a spouse behind the shield. "it means family. for us, whether you're a husband or a wife for a spouse behind the shield, it means getting together and coming together, " says gwen stubbe, a spouse behind the shield. and as in all families, they aim to support their loved ones on the force. spouses behind the shield has applied to be a non-profit organization with goals to raise funds and awareness for those wounded on the job. "our goal
enforcement, our officers, in their time of need and in their family's time of need," says sandra mueller, founder of sbts. through selling shirts and coinssimilar to those handed out in the military, the group hopes to expand fundraising events in the near future. though starting a fundraiser has been the least of their challenges. every day these spouses fret the worst when their loved ones leave for work.. all due to the unpredictable nature of their jobs and a select few's negative perception towards officers. especially in times where community and officer relations are tense. "they signed up to serve and protect their community, they did not sign up to be hated and disrespected as much," says sandra mueller, founder of sbts. a fear echoed throughout the group. "it's just kind of sad that you can't really wear your badge proud anymorsays samantha grimsley, a spouse behind the shield. "that part fort me is the hardest part, knowing that so many people simply hate him because he wears a uniform and a badge," says jessica trobaugh, a spouse behind the shield. but these ladies and gentlemen don't let fear control them because they know the officers need their strength and support, just as
it between each other. "in light of all the negativity that comes in law enforcement, it's nice to have a group of people that you can get together with and talk about things that are maybegoing on at work or going on at home that only people that are in this profession or related to those in this profession would understand," says officer lori noltze, sioux city p.d. "i feel like i can rely on these ladies more than anyone else because they actually understand what we're going through," says jeni davis, spouse behind the shield. whether it's holding each other up in the bad times, laughing with each other in the good times, or just staying strong supporting the thin blue line, spouses behind the shield are a force, a family, and a unit. jess: spouses behind the shield currently has upwards of fifty members and anyone is welcome to join. the organization welcomes family, friends and community to join their group in support of the men and women serving in law enforcement. if you'd like to learn more about spouses behind the shield or would like to donate to their cause you can visit their page on facebook or click the link provided on our website at siouxlandmatters. com. reporting live in studio...jess plue...abc9 news. tim on cam donald trump continues to collect support, most recently at tuesday's nevada republican
nebraska gop senator ben sasse announced he won't support trump. on twitter sasse said... "if trump becomes the republican nominee my expectation is that i'll look for some 3rd candidate - a conservative option, a constitutionalist. " sasse is believed to be the first u-s senator to say he won't support donald trump should he be the republican nominee. the next big event for presidential hopefuls from both parties is tuesday when 11 states hold caucus and primary's. tim: some big changes are in store for the diocese of sioux city. because of low attendance and a declining number of priests, the diocese will reduce the number of parishes from 108, to fewer than 70 beginning in 2017. but the same can not be said for christ the king catholic church in sioux center. as abc9's christina gri hall va reports the church is rapidly growing. christina: tim and jennnn- what used to be a flower shop-- is now home to a catholic church and despite the closing of some parishes in siouxland-- christ the king is blossoming with new members (nats bells and
death as their preparing to say goodbye to the place and the community that they've known for so long. " the sioux city diocese announcing last week they'll be closing around 40 parishes-- due to declining attendance and fewer priests in siouxland. but one church in sisix center is actually seeing their numbers grow. christ the king catholic church-- while the youngest church in the diocese of sioux city-- has been able to keep its doors open for their growing congregation. "many of our parishes were founded 100-125 years ago, um and here we're just new, we're very young, um immigrants, so we're still discovering in one sense who we are and who we'll be, so it's a lot of challenges, but yet their the good kind of challenges, tha theres the potential for growth." with a boom in economy-- growth in industries like agriculture and construction-- have brought people here to iowa. "though i feel that thats what has been attracting population to our town, and part of that population is catholic and they come look for a catholic church." christ the king started back in 1992-- with just 13 families and now it is home to over 250. diego castelan has been a member for about 14 years and started coming with his family when the
basement. "i started off as an alter boy here and from there i've been able to do different parts in helping out with our church and it keeps growing." the congregation is rougy 75-percent hispanic-- and since no other churches in surrounding towns have a spanish mass-- castelan says their lucky to have pastor kline. "just him speaking spanish for the spanish mass that's what has attracted many of the other parishaners around the area of sioux center." christ the king may be the youngest catholic church-- but they hope their growing population keeps them around for a long time. "we are not an old church like the rest of them around the arar, st.marys all them but we hope to be and keep sting vibrant and being a welcoming chchch for everybody." christina: pastor kline says they have accuired land around the church-- and will start brainstorming funding options for an expansion-- to better accomadate their growing numbers. reporting in studio-- christina grijalva--
tim: when we come back... chris rock took the oscar controversy head on during tonight's oscars we break down more of the oscars when we return. elisa (fred) (fred) breezy winds will be sese tonight and tomorrow, and snow is coming late tomorrow. next weekend already looks super. your forecast is next!
centre. we had a high of 56 at midnight last night, and a low of 33. here is the live picture in storm lake. 33 is our sioux city temperature. local temperatures range from the upper 20s to the middle 30s. in the past 24 hours, we've seen a temperature change of about 10 to 20 degrees cooler. winds have calmed quite a bit after a windy day, but the wind will build back in later tonight and tomorrow. the satellite and radar shows clear skies to our west, and it's been a nice evening for the oscars in southern california.
in hollywood, ca, we have 62 degrees right now! the stormcast hd shows that we have a cold front arriving tomorrow night. by tuesday morning, around 1" of snow will be possible around siouxland. tonight's low will be 29 under mostly clear skies. tomorrow, expect mostly c cudy skies and breezy winds with snow moving in during the evening. the 7-day forecast shows a cooldown to 32 behind the front tuesday, but next weekend already looks super! sunshine will be seen saturday and
now, east's adam woodbury and south sioux's mikegesell have been main staysysor coach fran mccaffery in iowa city. tuesday night will be the last time they take the court at carver hawkeye arena. senior night against indiana isn't just an important game for the hawkeyes in the big ten, it will also celebrate a class that turnedhe program around. before mccaffery arrived in iowa city, the hawkeyes had just suffered through their worst three year stretch in program history. now woodbury
winningest class in hawkeye history and i had a chance to talk with them about their careers. mike gesell--"this is what i dreamed about as a kid, being able to play division i. that's why i signed up to play in the big ten, to be able to play in some of the biggest arenas, some of the moshostile environments, you've gotta love things like that." adam woodbury--"it's really been surreal. i mean i couldn't really ask for a better experience that i've had. every little bump in the road has helped me grow as a person. i'm just grateful for my opportunity to play here at iowa and for my opportunity to play at easti was put in two very good programs that have really helped me grow as a person. mccaffery--"they've been incredibly productive and we've you know, you look before they got numbers are now in two guys are right there in the middle of all of it." be sure to tune in abc9 news at 10 for a look back at the sioux crew. the hawkeyes in action today at ohio state, looking to snap out of a funk.
rim...he gets out in front of the pack and slams it down to snap a 22 all tie late in the first. just a minute later--i wanna be like mike...the cross over gives him a free path to the rim and he comes up with a one-handed rim rattler...ohio state led it by 5 at the break though. into the second...dom uhl, open on the wing...he knocks down the three pointer to give iowa a six point lead, but they couldn't hold it. kam williams...this jumper puts the buckeyes on top and they wouldn't give it up from there...iowa loses yet again, 68-64. in other basketball news, the wayne state women saw their season come to an end today, 76-56 in the nsic quarterfinals. the wildcats went 0-14 from the floor in the second quarter, allowing northern state to go on a 21-0 run. wayne state finishes the year 17-12. chris: it's been a busy week for the sioux city musketeers, but not one that the guys would like to remember. they've played three games already this week and lost each of them, getting
today, they tried to salvage a couple of points hosting madison for some afternoon hockey. less than five minutes, the good guys strike first...tony stillwell centers it, c.j. dodero gets the deflection in front of the net, and it's 1-0 muskies. but the caps answer...dmitri buinitsky, pulls it back and fires the wicked wrister top shelf and we have a brand new game. four minutes later though, josh wilkins gets into the slot and finds eeli tolvanen for the goal, sioux city takes the lead but it was short lived. madison stormed back to hand the muskies their 11th loss in 12 games, 5-4. down in ames today, the sioux city metros locked up third place in the m-h- s-h-l tournament this morning with a 4-3 shootout win over the des moines oak leafs. james page had himself a day with a pair of goals while skyler beller also lit the lamp. page and connor sand then scored in the shootout for the metros.
camera, i figured i'd get a few shots. >> don't you have the "after the oscars" special tonight? >> jimmy: yeah, but -- did you get a gift basket? can i get some of that nourishing lotion? yo, chris. did leta rock it tonight? chris, who are you wearing? chris! i didn't find out who you're wearing! i need to know who you're wearing! >> dicky: from hollywood -- it's "jimmmmkimmel live after the oscars"! tonight - ben affleck, tracy morgan, henry cavill, jesse isenberg, j.k. simmons, will arnett, nathan lane, matthew broderick, mike tyson, and less. plus we go live to the governors ball. presented by samsung. with cleto and the cletones. and now --
here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. i was not expecting it. thank you. i'm jimmy. thanks for watching. thanks for staying up. i know it's late for a sunday night but welcome to our 11th annual after the oscars special. the statues have been handed out, the speeches have been spoken, and once again i was not invited to any of the after parties so here we are together. [ cheers and applause ] making the best of it. it was a night of controversy. it was a night of awareness. it was a night of a lot of uncomfortable famous white
clapped when the cameras were on them. as you know there were no black nominees in the acting categories. tonight's oscar hopefuls were whiter than the line to buy t-shirts at a michael bolton concert. the only way a black or hispanic or asian october was going to win an oscar was if they let steve harvey announce the winner and that didn't happen. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the show went mostly as expected, there weren't a ton of surprises. the biggest surprise was learning there's actually a movie called "the 100 year old man who climbed out the window and disappeared." it was an interesting show. the sound cut out on one of the guys who won best sound design. true. i think the person -- the kid who introduced best short was short. so that was good. and the woman who won best costume design showed up dressed like this.
tenth nomination for jenny bevin. the first oscar in this category -- >> jimmy: she looked like sammy hagar in sturgis. i guess she doesn't take her work home with her. "spotlight" won best picture. brie larson won best actress. [ cheers and applause ] leonardo dicaprio won best actoto leo hadbeen nominated six types. untiti tonight he never won but everyone kept saying, this is his year. and it was. but you know, the man has had sex with a different victoria's secret model every night of -- every year of his year. from 1991 on has been his year. and it was a special night whether you're a fan of movies, movie stars, or the ryan seacrest men's wear collection. we still have many great moments in store yore rou. ben affleck is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bad man versus superman." he's batman. yesterday was ben's 4-year-old
what costume his sonade him wear tontertainhe kids at the party.y. that's right. we'll find o o h h that went. it's not all glamorous, this hollywood stufe. one day you're on the red carpet, next day 15 preschoolers are beating you with pinata sticks. right now the stars are heading to the governors ball, the post-oscars party across the street. our man guillermo is there standing by live via our big cisco screen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll get go to him now, guillermo, what's it like, are there any big stars around? >>. >> yes, there's a lot of the big stars around here. beautiful women too. >> jimmy: why don't you have any of them? >> oh. they at the bar right now. >> jimmy: they're at the bar, all right. seeho you can russell up for us and we'll check back in later. how many drinks have"you had? >> about 40 shots of tequila. >> jimmy: okay, great. perfec so he's ready to go. that's actually less than he typically has on a sunday night. thank you, guillermo. we'll check back inwith you
one of the most critically acclaimed movies of the year this year that was not nominated for best picture was "cred," the story of rocky balboa training the son of f e of his greatals. stallone was nominated for a a oscar. it would not be a movie without a sequel. the world premiere trailer for the much-anticipated followup to "creed." >> i will have a choice. this is my one shot. i was born to do this. n't nobody stop ! >> you got no business being here. >> the other fighters are fighting for theiririves. ok at you. eating a hero sandwich. >> it's a hoagie!
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go get him! >> pop? >> quit your jibber jabber, fool! >> how am i doing? >> good. yeah. there will be a sequel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break but it will be worth it, stay there. we have many stars and many surprises on the way. it's our biggest show of the year. our 11th annual "afr the oscars"" special - we'll be right back after this. [ cheers and applause ] why can't i buy this weird, shaved-meat sandwich with my phone? why can't my battery last long enough to navigate me through these scary woods?
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>> jimmy: hello and welcome back to our 11th annual "after the oscars" special. batman is on the way. first let's check in with guillermo on the wall of america at the governors ball happening across -- look at this, guillermo, you did it! i asked you to get us a big star, you got us a big star, sacha baron cohen, hello! [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, america. >> jimmy: hey, you had a pretty quick costume change there, i guess. >> i don't know what you're talking about that wasn't me. >> jimmy: oh, that's right. i forgot. >> the academy would never let somebody like ali g. come out. i went to the toilet, it was done. >> jimmy: is it true that sacha -- you were supposed to est and instead ali g. wound up filling in as a surprise? >> that is true. that is true.
was getting ready -- nature called. i went into the bathroom. next thing i knew, i had been usurped by ali g. and made a fool of. >> jimmy: ali g. presented by olivia, did she know ali g. was coming out instead of you -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm real sorry. >> i'm not aware. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sacha, i apologize, there's some idiots in the back. >> yeah, there's a lot of complete pardon my french [ bleep ] walking around. >> jimmy: yeah, there are people jumping around in the back like -- >> they're just trying to get famous. a lotot of people are here upset they didn't win tonight. >> jimmy: you know, this is really a shame that we put so much work into the show and then people just show and up they ruin it like that.
>> jimmy: well, you know -- sacha, you have a movie "the brothers grimsby" coming out. >> that's right, that's right. mamah 11th. >> jimmy: and again, i apologize for what's going on here, very unprofessional. guillermo, you're the one that should be watching for what's going on. get the guy behind you out of the shot! >> who is -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> dim wit. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. >> stay away, please. >> jimmy: there's no excuse for that. i apologize again. some people are just gross. but thank you very much. >> yeah. >> jimmy: sacha baron cohen! [ cheers and applause ] >> stay away. >> jimmy: thank you so much, guillermo. >> stay away next year. >> jimmy: thank you. keep rounding people up, will you, guillermo? no -- >> hey, jimmy -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. much. [ chchrs and applause ] it just really pisses me off, that's all. so back to the movies. this is the reason why we're
is on car night is a night to celebrate great films. if you're at all familiar with the movie "the producers" you know it is one of the best comedies e er. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the producers" is a classic, won an oscar for mel brooks, record-breaking 12 tony awards when mel made it into a broadway musical starring nathan lane and matthew broderick. it's been almost 15 years. now they're back with a diabolical new scheme to unleash their most spectacular disaster yet. >> they were a pair of political consultants on needed a break. >> that's it! we're finished, through, kaput! >> don't say that, max. >> let's face it, bloom, we haven't had a winning campaign in years. >> max, do you realize under t t right ciciumstances it mighthte possible tooake more money from a losing candidate tha from a winner? >> what did you say? >> first we find a bad candidate, then we raise money like crazy and promise all the
or sweden or armenia. then when the public figures out what a nut case our guy is he drops out of the r re -- >> and we keep all the dough!h! oh, darling bloom, glorious bloom! you bloody genius you! >> max, don't. >> but wait, wait. this candidate. he's got to be the worst candidate in history. a real train wreck. schmuck, puttz, gold-plated nincompoop. where would we find a buffoon like that? >> and now a message from the board room. >> people have been asking about my desk and the fact that i have so many papers on my desk. it's actually very neat. but if you look around, i mean, there's a lot of stuff. i've noticed over the years -- people have a lot going on on their desk. >> hand me the phone! the phone! >> my desk is a very important part of me --
hello, hello, operator? >> -- that's a good t tng -- >> get m m the board om. you know which one. innocence thens they had a foolproof plan. >> there's a new horse in the race for the white house. his name, donald j. trump. can he beat the establishment? who will support him? fiscal conservatives? the religious right? or crazy old semi-racist white people? >> there sure he can win? >> oh, mrs. comisky, donald trump is the very definition of a winner. >> just read the pin. >> oh. >> bless you, mrs. comisky, bless you. thank you. thank you. yes. i keep the checkie, thank you. thank you, mrs. comisky. yes, good-bye, mrs. comisky. here we go. that's a girl. oh, oh! beauful, beautiful.l. we're going right out the door. all l ght, easynow. easy, we don't have time for
all right. don't worry, it's only six flights. bye! >> bye. >> thank god for citizens united. >> 22 ambassadors to france so far. >> and 25 million bucks, bloom. i have to tell you, running trump was smart. but your idea about building a wall across the mexican border? brilliant. >> not as brilliant as your idea about making the mexicans pay for it. >> he won't last the week! >> oh, look, max, this is it. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for that wall. mark my words. we're in the money we're in the money >> announcer: but they pick the wrong fool. >> good news for donald trump.p. the whole worldas gone stark raving mad for him like these two looney birds, these numb skulls, even in whack a doodle.
will let our warriors do their job and go kick isis' ass? >> h hs still in the lead, max. >> how could this happen? >> well, i hear he's a proven businessman who knows how to get things done. >> yeah, he'll stand up to the mexicans. >> i can't believe this it's not possible. >> where did we go right? >> i don't know. >> wait a minute. wait minute -- did he question john mccain's war heroism? >> yes. >> did he say we should kick out 11 million immigrants? >> yes. >> did he propose banning all 1 billion muslims from entering the u.s.? >> si! >> did he say heidi klum was no longer a 10 >> yes, yes! >> nothing is working, max, nothing. >> oh, no! no! >> announcer: just in time for the election, it's a story that starts off funny and then gets
[ cheers and applause ] we needed a chump to put on the stump a frumpy grumpy named donald j. trump he's building a wall a thousand feet tall don't worry cause the mexicans will pay for it all >> announcer: from the producers of "the producers" comes a movie that will make america great again. nathan lane, matthew broderick, and cloris leachman star in -- you've been trumped >> maybe he won't be such a bad president. >> bing bing bong bong bing bing bong bong. >> whoa, what have we done? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a lot to come including we have tonight on the show never before seen footage from "batman versus superman."
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