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(witness): "the cop was like get out of here there's a shooter and they got their guns out and they kneeled down." witnesses reported hearing a barrage of bullets. (voice of: vince/ witness): "a cracked over my head and hit the stop sign on my left side. by the time i got to my truck and waited there i heard about 20." around 11-30 a-m -- police got the call of an active shooter. hours later -- officers and the gunman were still involved in a shootout inside a planned parenthood facility. (scanner): "he's walking down the hallway. guns at his waist." during the firefight -- some scared witnesses inside the building -- were able to call loved ones. (no name provided): "as she was inside she called me and she was telling me that there was a shooting, i heard the shooting and she couldn't say too much because she was afraid that those guys... you know..." police evacuated people trapped for hours inside the building. as officers continued to exchange gunfire with the shooter. (lt. catherine buckley/color ado springs police): "we did get officers inside of the building at the planned parenthood. and the officers were able to shout
to the suspect and make communicatio n with him. and at that point, they were able to get him to surrender." more than five hours after the shooting started -- police took the suspect into custody. (dan may/district attorney): "this is a horrible tragedy for our community." i'm mary moloney reporting. >> planned parenthood released a statement saying it's unclear if the shooter targeted their facility. a chill in the air tonight in siouxland.. ktiv's ron demers with the first look at our forecast. morning clouds gave way to some afternoon sunshine but it didn't help our temperatures much as most of our highs were only in the 20s. and we may as well get used to this cold air as we can expect our temperatures to stay below average over the next several days. chances of snow could come our way early next week. authorities in antelope county,
still looking for a missing teenager. fourteen-year-old chayton faulkner from oakdale was last seen on wednesday afternoon at school. he's an 8th grader at neligh-oakdale public school. if you know where he can be found please contact the antelope county sheriff's department. investigators trying to figure out what started a house fire in norfolk, nebraska early this morning. the home was destroyed. when fire crews arrested flames and heavy smoke could be seen from the second story of the house. it took about 40 minutes to bring the fire under control. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. . a fire interrupted early holiday
target in the des moines area. this is video sent by someone who was shopping as the alarms went off. west des moines fire department says the fire was near a fryer. they say the building was evacuated around 8:30 last night. no injuries were reported and the damage was minimal. a peaceful black friday protest on michigan avenue in chicago today. hundreds responing to the recently released dash cam video showing the deadly shooting of laquan mcdonald by a police officer. protesters chanted "16 shots". that's the number of times laquan mcdonald was shot. laquan mcdonald was shot and killed by chicago police officer jason van dyke. van dyke was charged with first degree murder in the case, in october of 2014. ((sot: betty resoncoff/protest er:22 - :26 )) "we are all here because what affects one community affects us all." reverend jesse jackson called for today's protest. the cold weather hasn't put a damper on many shoppers' day. some people began as early as
the stores opened yesterday to buy ticket items before they sold out. but several sioux city stores continued to have people coming through the doors today as well. "this is actually a lot more fun," tracy eekhof, a sioux center, iowa resident. "i was a little nervous about the crowds, but really, we've been able to find parking spots pretty close and the stores have been very organized." tomorrow is small business saturday. and, a new local store opened it's door last weekend. "mode" is a women's clothing store owned by tammy bertrand of sioux city. and with small business saturday coming up she emphasized how important it is to have stores like "mode." "it's really important that we support our small businesses because there's so many unique ones in sioux city and when people come to our town they're very impressed," said mode owner, tammy bertrand. you can find mode at lake port commons right next to justice. tv's were turned up today as iowa and nebraska fans cheered on their teams. ktiv's tommie clark with reaction from today's big matchup.
"go hawks!" that's what you could hear loud and clear after the big nebraska vs. iowa game. husker fans had high hopes for that win. "it's all good as long as nebraska wins. they could lose any game this year as long as they beat iowa it's ok," said nebraska fan, brandy wurth. but in the end, iowa ran out the clock and snagged the victory. "we overcame our mistakes and we just won the game it was great," said iowa fan, rob mcbride." ran the ball well, defense stood up," said iowa fan, jaxson millsap. "defense came up huge when we needed it to," said mcbride. "w is a w, win's a win," said iowa fan, reese millsap. "it wasn't pretty, but a w is a w exactly," said mcbride. "i'm happy for them i mean 12 and 0 that's awesome," iowa and nebraska fan, lisa frey. and now they're on the road to the national championship. "i think our defense is tough. we're new. iowa is due for a win so a national championship we've never had. we're excited," said iowa fan. fans say it was one of biggest games of the year. and now they say bring on michigan state
"go hawks...go hawks!" no matter the outcome, fans say they stand by their team. in sioux city...tommie clark...ktiv news 4. >> siouxlanders went out all over town to watch the game. at town house sports bar in sioux city most of the fans were sporting iowa gear. they say part of the experience is going out with friends and family to watch. and some fans say the banter between both sides is good. "i think a lot of nebraska fans a lot of iowa fans in town so it's always a big one. lot of banter back and forth, but it's always good it's all good!" said iowa fan, mike means. the final score was iowa 28, nebraska 20. later in sportsfource: we'll show you the highlights of the thrilling rivalry in lincoln today. the action coming up in 21 minutes. morning clouds gave way to some afternoon sunshine but it didn't help our temperatures much as
our highs were only in the 20s. and we may as well get used to this cold air as we can expect our temperatures to stay below average over the next several days. tomorrow night could provide far southern siouxland with a very slight chance of light freezing rain or sleet. then better chances of precipitation will move into all of siouxland sunday night with another chance of a mixed bag of precipitation. then monday will give us all a chance of some snow with accumulations possible. some lingering light snow could still be with us on tuesday before we dry things out by
the community of le mars, iowa getting ready for a cold race this weekend. tonight, they tested out the course for frosty cross. it's an annual event put on by bike central in le mars. racing starts tomorrow at 10 a.m. and will continue through at the city park in le mars. for more information go to our website, ktiv.com. black friday frenzy: as some shoppers get out of hand.. a look at how hot this holiday season will be for retailers. and, if you watched the bears/packers play last night you were not alone! how the game
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big indicators that we look for, is not only foot traffic, but foot traffic with shopping bags. and we're seeing a lot of that, so that's a good indicator already, early in the season. some shoppers, less focused on a specific item. it's not too bad today actually, but there are some good deals, and you can start your christmas shopping early. be festive. there are good deals here, i think, better than on regular days. bargains -- very much in consumers' minds. despite lower gas prices and lower unemployment recently -- retail sales have lagged. the black friday frenzy was still alive in some places, like the toys r us store in new york's times square but there may have been a bit of nostalgia at play. the location will close, when its lease runs out in january. another sign, of a changing retail landscape, at the holidays, and beyond. in washington, i'm karin caifa. >> shoppers who didn't brave the
were still busy buying gifts online. a digital tracking group says sales online are
up 22 percent from last year. target's ceo says online sales are off to a very strong start. target, wal-mart, kohls and more launched all their black friday deals online a day early. the official white house christmas tree has arrived! first lady michelle obama, along with the first family's dogs - bo and sunny - received the 18-and-a-half foot frasier fir today. the tree was grown in pennsylvania. the tree, which is 11 feet wide, was cut down monday and will be on display in the blue room. this is the 50th tree to see white house duty. iowa's secretary of agriculture is encouraging iowan's to buy a fresh tree grown in the state this holiday season. there are more than 100 christmas tree farms in iowa. farmers harvest about 40,000 christmas trees each year, resulting in a million dollar industry. it takes 6 to 12 years to grow a christmas tree before it is ready to be sold. most tree farms in iowa
and sell trees by the "choose and harvest" method, where a customer comes to the farm to cut their own tree. for tips on taking care of real trees and to search for christmas tree farms in siouxland we have a link if you check out this story on ktiv.com. just look on the homepage. two professional baseball players giving thanks for their careers. straight ahead meet the 102-year old granny who inspired them to make it in the majors. jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing.
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taught them everything they know." before they ever stepped foot on a major league baseball field, this quiet cul-de-sac in their la jolla neighborhood was their baseball diamond. (s/eric zimmer father:54: - 1:01) "we've had to extend the home run line. it used to be the curb and then it was the sidewalk, then it was the neighbor's roof." it still is on thanksgiving day. and sellaro is their batting coach. it's a pick-up game anyone can play. (s/eric zimmer father1:09 - 1:14) "i don't think there's too many rules around it. it's just go out there, hit the ball, have a little fun." on their 20th thanksgiving season, kyle and bradley say it simply reminds them there's lots to be grateful for. (s/kyle zimmer kansas city royals pitcher1:21 - 1:24) "baseball was always our true passion so to be able to grow up loving the game so much and now to be able to do it for a living, is pretty cool." >> last night, bears-packers game brought in some big ratings. the close contest pulled a primetime best of 28 million viwers. that's not only a thanksgiving high. for nbc, it stands as the second-most-watched football game in network history. it trails only the 30 million who tuned into the 2012 playoff- match-up between dallas and washington. the game also featured former
packer quarterback brett farve who had his jersey retired at lambeau field. plus, hall of fame quarterback bart starr. the bears ended up winning, 17 to 13. sam curtiss filling in for brad pautsch tonight. plnety of games going on today but talk of the town was the heroes game. that's an understateme nt. a lot riding on the line, not just for the undefeated hawkeyes. but for a chance to become bowl eligible for nebraska. if you missed it, this was a one-score game. full recap coming you way. and iowa state, iowa and nebraska all on the court tonight. one of those teams won easily - the others, well we'll talk
taking those medications every day. but now there's a new way to treat those patients that doesn't involve more meds. and the holiday shopping season is well underway. we'll tell you how you can still get the best deals, even though black friday is over. tune in at 5:00! regular season: that team from the state next to them, nebraska. despite the huskers 5-6 record, this was arguably the hawkeyes toughest test. on the road in lincoln facing a team they've lost to, three of the last four years. took the offenses a little bit to get going in this one. scoreless in the second until c.j. beathard finds george kittle - back of the endzone for a 10 yard score. iowa's only turnover of the game - converted to a touchdown -
cross plunders his way in squaring things at 7. hawkeye defense has the huskers backed up - forces tommy armstrong into throwing a pick - parker hesse with a
pick six. 14-10 game at the half. third quarter - iowa up 21-17 - jordan canzeri - how's a 68-yard touchdown sound - his second of the day- propels iowa to the 28-20 win. mark woodley was in in lincoln and wraps up our coverage from memorial stadium. the iowa hawkeyes got it done - hoisting the heroes trophy for the second time in three years - but this time - there was something even bigger iowa's 28, 20 victory over nebraska secured the first unbeaten, 12 and oh regular season in hawkeye history blythe/iowa center "i was a little emotional coming off the field because i've never been part of a team like this. just everyone fighting for each other." hesse/iowa linebacker "it's just pure excitement, pure
joy really. i'm just proud of the seniors, the way they've led us. it's pretty undescribable." beathard/iowa quarterback "we're 12 and oh right now. that's all you can say. they didn't expect us to beat nebraska. we did. they didn't expect us to win half the games we've won this season and we've done just that." iowa's offense, while not perfect - got the job done - c-j beathard and george kittle hooked up for a 7 point lead in the first half - but it was the feet of jordan canzeri that gave the hawkeyes a massive boost - canzeri ran for a hundred forty yards in the game - and helped put it away with a pair of 3rd quarter touchdown runs - including a 68 yard scamper putting iowa up 11 late canzeri/iowa running back "for me it was a great feeling to be able to do that, help out my team. i barely did anything. all i did was run because my line blocked great." woodley/ @markwoodleykww l "on multiple occassions the nebraska offense looked like they were ready to strike and put the huskers in the lead. every single time the hawkeye defense came up big." parker hesse came up big in the first half with a pick 6 off tommy
armstrong stunning the nebraska crowd - and swinging the momentum swiftly in iowa's direction - in all - the hawks picked off armstrong 4 times in the game - "that's what we focus on on defense being opportunistic. when we get a chance we've got to take advantage of it, and that's what we did there." mabin/iowa defensive back "turnovers are crucial. momentum is a big part of a football game. to turn the momentum to us is just huge." up next for iowa, the big ten title game and a shot at the college football playoff that was mark woodley reporting. thanks mark. when steve prohm took over coaching duties at iowa state, he inherited a good team. his cyclones are ranked fourth in the nation. they're playing in florida in the emerald coast classic this weekend. first up - unranked virginia tech - but iowa state not on upset alert. first half - cyclones lead by nine - jameel mckay with authority two handed jam - 33-22. then big mistake - georges niang left all alone - splash - he had 14 points - it's now a 15-point lead, 39-24. just before the half - matt
thomas step-back three - wow - 52-30 at the break. second half - cyclones pouring it on - 3-on-1 soft alley-oop to mckay - he led the way with 23 points. iowa state cruises 99-77 the final. they'll face the winner of uab and illinois. iowa continuning play in the advocare invitational at disney world - facing notre dame. jared uthoff - big highlight for the hawkeyes - three is good - 20 points for him - early 10-3 lead. second half - iowa trails 50-47 - adam woodbury much better night with 14 points - it's a one point game. but iowa's bench gave the starters no support - outscored 14-3 by notre dame in that department. irish are winners 68-62. nebraska facing cincinnati in the barclays center classic. huskers beat the bearcats last year. good start for nebraska - jack mcveigh is going to drain the three - mcveigh had six off the bench - 19-13 husker lead. second half - cornhuskers trail
by four - shavon shields pshing it covered well - highly contested - great lay in - one-point game 45-43. nebraska hung around but bearcats - octavius ellis goes up strong - and cincinnati takes care of business. they down the huskers 65-61. now, that thanksgiving is over santa's on the move! the jolly man in a red suit flew into tokyo today on a plane, instead of his traditional sleigh pulled by reindeer. japanese airlines invite santa to japan every year to brighten up the holiday season. he traveled around to different airports to take pictures with children. santa shuns the snow for sun and surf in florida. the big guy rode the waves into cocoa beach today.
water, then waving children over to hand out candy canes. and posing for pictures with families. more than 300 surfing santas are expected to shred the waves on christmas eve at cocoa beach. tonight: partly cloudy. low: 13 wind: n 5-10 mph tomorrow: partly cloudy. high: 31 wind: ne 5-10 mph thanks for joining us tonight...