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purcha >> a spanking is one ring but that was like she was fighting an adult. shaina: kcci exclusive this morning, what a woman saw in a des moines parking lot that had her afraid for a toddler's life. elizabeth: the incident that scared to boys in altoona and what parents can talk about their kids. >> we haven't seen them in the world series and the mets are on their way back. shaina: the mets are world series bound. not the cubs. elizabeth: the mets were celebrating and cubs fans were
manager is looking on the bright side so we will hear from him in a few minutes. it is thursday, october 22. shaina: another cool morning but it looks like we are back to normal. metinka: it does feel more like fall. 56 in des moines with frosty conditions to the north. therrien waking up to 32 degrees. grab a jacket out the door. we have a couple of stray sprinkles. those are not going to amount to too much. they will move out this morning but clouds will hold tight. a couple of peaks of sunshine but it will be cooler overall going for 65. don't put the umbrella away, or rain in the forecast. shaina: breaking news.
a fire at a duplex in des moines. this is 113 east mckinley avenue. flames in a basement window and they arrived at work clock -- 4:00. nobody was injured but firefighters are still in seen. elizabeth: the des moines mother charged with child endangerment after allegedly beating her tablet in a grocery store parking lot. an exclusive interview we are hearing from the witness he stepped in. kalyna thomas says she couldn't stand by and do nothing when she saw shauna davis eating her toddler -- beating her toddler. thomas says she saw davis hitting and punching the toddler. she called 911 and hopes anyone else would've done the same. >> i felt that if i didn't help at that point in time, i would have woken up and seen the baby
elizabeth: police say the toddler was taken to blank children's hospital with marks on his head. no word on the extent of his injuries. shaina: polk county jury finds pete polson guilty on all nine charges. he was found guilty of attempted murder of the first victim, mark mitchell. the other two incidents, he was convicted on lesser charges of assault to convict serious injury. he is held without bond until his sentencing on december 9. a jury resumes deliberations today in the special trial of two aides to the ron paul presidential campaign. they are accused of bribing kent sorenson when he switched from michele bachmann's campaign. dimitri kesari faces five charges including conspiracy and obstruction. both men have pleaded not guilty. kcci will follow the trial and
bring you the verdict when it is released. elizabeth: altoona elementary leaders reminding of stranger safety after two men offered to boys candy and ask them to get in their ctruck. the men called them at the intersection of southwest fifth and 3rd avenue. the two men drove off in a two door white pickup truck. >> they recognized it was dangerous and that the two men in the vehicle were strangers. they turned around and ran back to the school. elizabeth: police are increasing patrols at the elementary before and after school hours. the cases under investigation. shaina: a confession from a man allegedly responsible for the death of this four-year-old girl in a road rage incident in new mexico. lily garcia was shot and killed on tuesday when her father, alan
confrontation with tony torrez. at some point, torrez opened fire on the pickup and the girl was hit in the head. he later confessed to the crime and is facing murder and battery charges. a police officer is in critical condition after he was shot multiple times during a traffic stop last night. there are not too many details being released but police say they are still actively searching for the suspect. meanwhile, the man accused in the shooting death of a new york city police officer on tuesday was arraigned wednesday. tyrone howard was charged with first-degree murder and robbery and is being held without bail. . overnight a storm off the pacific coast of mexico reached hurricane strength. hurricane patricia is expected to continue to grow and become a major hurricane on friday.
a warning is in effect for a stretch of the mexican coast. elizabeth: vice president joe biden decided he is not entering the 2016 presidential race. biden: out of time, the time necessary to mount a winning campaign for the nomination. elizabeth: just because he isn't a candidate does not mean that he will be silent during the race. biden made a plea for bipartisanship and revealed his campaign would have focused on middle class. several candidates have reacted to his decision including gop front-runner donald trump at a rally in burlington. trump: i think he did the smart thing because i don't know that he would've won, he wouldn't have gotten the nomination. i don't think he would have. frankly, i want to run against hillary. elizabeth: democratic
bernie sanders said he thinks the vice president a lifetime of public service. he understands the need to rebuild the middle class and address income and wealth inequality. hillary clinton says joe biden is a good man and great vice president. i admire his devotion to his family, grayson grief, grit and determination on behalf of middle-class. he will boys be on the frontlines fighting for the american people. lisi governor -- louisiana governor bobby kindle stops in atoma and indianola today. shaina: want to check whether. metinka: those are all gone, it is downright cold to the north. fort dodge at 39 degrees. here it is better at 54 but you need the jackets and maybe an umbrella sparkles for --
sprinkles toward guthrie county. temperatures will be a lot cooler due to cloud cover and down into mid-60's with the best rain chances to the west of iowa but tomorrow that rain was in here. you may even see thundershowers on friday. elizabeth: one thing the movie got wrong about 2015 was the cubs winning the world series. shaina: chicago had their back against the wall in game four. it was either win or foreskin live -- force game five. the new york mets were rolling. after two innings, a two run homer. the final score was eight to three and the cubs are out. the manager joe maddon says he is proud that his team made it
this far. maddon: to get within four games of the world series in your freshman year is not bad. we wanted to go further and it is highly disappointing however you look at it. you have to look at the positives. to have a chance to reflect individually and as a group on all we have accomplished. shaina: it is the new york mets were moving on. that starts next tuesday on fox. elizabeth: they will face either the kansas city royals or the toronto blue jays. tuesday the royals scored. wednesday a win would have sent them to the world series but they ran into trouble in game five. wednesday, the royals struggled offensively. seven to one toronto, kansas city is ahead three to two.
their manager says he is confident he will clinch the championship. >> we knew it would be tough. after winning the first few games, your goal is to come to toronto and it is a foreign and hostile environment and at least when one. then you get to go home and win when there. we're taking it three-game to to win lead. to where we are comfortable. back to where our home is. elizabeth: the series moves from toronto to kansas city for game six. they will play tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. on fox sports one. if the royals when tomorrow they face the mets in the world series. shaina: the may not be any baseball tonight but there's plenty of action on kcci. the seattle seahawks take on the san francisco 49ers. coverage starts at 6:30 after
kcci 8 news at 6. which means our 10:00 p.m. this cla -- newscast will be delayed. you can switch to meet tv des moines, channel 8.2 to see the news. elizabeth: she is off the campaign trail to testify, the tough questions awaiting hillary is in. --hillary clinton. shaina: there's supposed to be a safer way to pay but these new chip data cards are the target of a new scam. what you need to know. elizabeth: even more imoemjhoji. shaina: checking on traffic, a happy face would be the current. the roads are white open -- wide open. no problems to report. after the break i will show you
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elizabeth: welcome back. check out this time lapse from montana. time lapse shots are always so cool. a thick layer of fog like getting the town. a very cool site, fall scenery hidden in their. here, we will have clouds to deal with. metinka: no fog but that was beautiful. it feels more like fall in iowa a lot told temperatures to the north. temperatures have fallen back into the 30's, rather thicker coat this morning. here, a light jacket is needed. you may dodge a couple of raindrops this morning. no downpours for the chop off at school. temperatures will stay cool all
day long heading for a high of 65 degrees. more rain on the way for friday followed by a gorgeous weekend with dry conditions in the 60's. we see a chance for rain tuesday and wednesday and temperatures cool into the 50's next week. shaina: a new $10 million fundraising campaign is underway in polk county to fight the hunger crisis.the board of supervisors kicked off an event at the river place food pantry to raise $10 million to allow food pantries to stay open for longer. also introduce mobile food pantry trucks. >> they could only stay open for a certain amount of time because they run out of food. there's not enough food or resources to find food. elizabeth: they've raised $3 million for the cause.
emmy victor's live in the studio. you say this has to do with the secure chip cards. emmy: the credit card industry is in the middle of a huge change, spiking out classics cards with a magnetic stripe in the back. on october 1, credit card networks shipped this liability to whichever side of the transaction hasn't made an upgrade. industry experts say the switch has been slow and confusing. >> it's the biggest change in the way we've used credit cards in decades. people aren't ready. . there's a lot of confusion emmy: several banks haven't upgraded to the new chip enabled card. they are warning that scammers are capitalizing on that. officials say they are sending e-mails that seem to be from a credit card issuer. asking for personal information
in order to send a new card. in other cases they ask consumers to click a link that can install malware. the fcc says you should only enter personal data online to sites you trust and addresses you've entered your self. you can also call credit card companies to see if an e-mail is legitimate. shaina: thank you. along with that, mastercard is using new technology to cut down on scams. making it perfect if you like taking selfies. they will let shoppers pay using their face and set up a password. it is called the mastercard identity check caapp. you just take a selfie and blink. the use of facial recognition software to compare the picture to the one you to you enrolled. they say this is not good options for high security purposes. >> it might look like you
if i'm not looking at the camera now, i can to my chin up or down and i look like two different people. shaina: it allows you to choose your base are fingerprint to scan. only 200 people are testing it in the u.s. elizabeth: more headlines, toyota is recalling 6.5 million cars. they say this a problem with power window switches short-circuiting and causing fire. the driver's side switches on some models malfunctioned if they didn't receive enough grease during manufacturing. stocks were up and down ended negative. the dow was down more than 48. the nasdaq fell 41. the s&p 500 lost 12. subway. a ruler after being sued for
requires workers to measure sandwiches they serve to make sure they are actually 12 inches. the lawsuit was filed after a photo went viral showing a sub that was next to a tape measure and it was only 11 inches. if you own an apple device you have 150 new ways to express yourself. the company released a new software update including a new batch of emoji. happy faces, unicorns, even a middle finger. apple is deliberating on what to add next year. some contenders include an avocado and a shark. i'm surprised there is not one yet. shaina: avocados and middle fingers. demand, i guess. i don't know how to transition to whether. metinka: there has been plenty
shaina: two thumbs up and do smiley face. metinka: i like the nerd imoe moji. it will feel more like fall that it has in the past couple days. baby stray sprinkles./ it will be an enjoyable day with not much wind. not much rain, maybe sprinkles through a panora. we do have a lot of clouds across the state. northern iowa waking up to clear skies helping temperatures fall out rapidly. rain today is across the rest of your kansas and down through texas with a have had flash flood warnings. parts of texas have seen three to seven inches of rain. you will not see anywhere near that much. most rain staying to the west. tomorrow morning, we will track
those will stay with us through noontime picking up a half-inch of rain. by 3:00 the rain ships east of i-35 and if you're going to any football games friday evening, western iowa should be dry wild east will do what -- deal with spotty showers. cold with temperatures in the 30's and clear skies. our clout kedar temperatures mild in the 50's -- keep our temperatures mild in the 50's. a few sprinkles early today, better chance for widespread rain on friday. the weekend looks dry and comfortable. if you showers the possible, tuesday into wednesday, high temperatures in the 50's and skies look to be clearing out toward later nights. shaina: no problems on the road.
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2011 attack. nikole killion is live with a preview. nikole: elizabeth and shaina, the stakes could be high for hillary clinton and her campaign which sees today's testimony as the final hurdle before the race ramps up. this is not her first time testimofying. she did testify to a congressional panel in 2013 in what turned out to be an explosive hearing. this time she is expected to take the high road although her campaign and supporters have blasted the panel for going after clinton. trey gowdy is putting a fair hearing. this may go well beyond benghazi with lawmakers also expected to ask questions about clinton's e-mail. elizabeth: we are learning more about how vice president joe
how did he come to this decision? nikole: vice president joe biden looked like he was mulling a run back on tuesday night and wednesday morning he went into the oval office and informed president obama he was out. that decision weighs heavily on the vice president after his son's death. he also authorized reporters to preview what his campaign would look like but eventually he arrived at the decision there wasn't enough time. he says he will not sit on the sidelines and stay silent. he is laying out the direction he thinks democrats should go. also to show a willingness to work with republicans. back to you. shaina: what does this mean for the 2016 race? nikole: it opens up a wider path or clinton, who is seeking the democratic nomination along with
it could improve her chances there. she also put out a statement praising biden saying he will always be on the front line fighting for us. front runner donald trump also weighing in on this, saying biden made the correct decision and said he would rather run against hillary because he says her record is so bad. shaina: nikole killion live in washington. elizabeth: we have your morning headlines including the story that has a lot of you talking. a woman stepped in when she saw a mother beating her son. shaina: university of iowa student came out to find these on her car.
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dies in a new mexico road rage incident. elizabeth: cutting the cord, how you watch tv. a lot of switching around happening out there. welcome back. it is thursday, october 22. i am elizabeth klinge. shaina: i am shaina humphries. metinka: it is going to feel like fall finally today, and we are starting with a wide range of temps. 39 in fort dodge. in des moines, we are at 54 degrees, headed for a high of 65. there may be a stray sprinkle this morning, but no downpours. tomorrow, more rain in the forecast, even if you thunder showers but that all moves out, giving way to a gorgeous looking weekend.
families woke up to fire in their duplex. firefighters were called out around 4:00 a.m. to east mckinley. flames were coming out of a basement window. everyone did make it out safely, and firefighters are still on the scene looking into the exact cause. a des moines mother is in jail after allegedly eating her toddler. -- beating her toddler. a woman witnessed the horrific act in a hy-vee parking lot. >> she was punching the baby and hitting the baby in the faced, and then literally through her baby on the cement. elizabeth: shauna davis is charged with child endangerment. the witness called 911 immediately. the toddler was taken to blank children's hospital, and no word on the extent of his injuries. shaina: a guilty verdict in the
a jury found him guilty of all nine charges during last year's pleasant hill shooting. he received lesser charges for zachary whitehill and matt stephenson. a federal jury will continue their deliberations in the trial of two ron paul presidential campaign aides. jesse benton and dimitri kesari are accused of making secret payments to a state lawmaker for an endorsement. the jury got the case on tuesday and deliberated all day on wednesday with no decision. elizabeth: noah leprei was sent to appear in court, but he has waived his preliminary hearing. he is accused of murdering his grandmother, rachel pray, on october 10. there will be increased police patrols today at altoona elementary.
pickup asked them to get in their truck and offered candy. about 500 protesters disrupted a meeting of the iowa board of regents. they want incoming university of iowa president bruce harreld to step aside in favor of a new presidential search. his hiring has sparked controversy, concerning his lack of experience in higher education. shaina: a man in new mexico is charged with killing a four-year-old girl during a road rage incident. tips led police to tony torrez, and officers say he has confessed to shooting lilly garcia. he and garcia's father exchanged words on albuquerque highly,
eight year veteran officer was critically injured late last night and police have not released many other details, other than the do have a suspect in custody. the man has been arraigned in the shooting of a new york police officer. tyrone howard is accused of stealing a bike and shooting randolph holder fatally. howard is being charged with first-degree murder and robbery, and is being held without they'll. -- bail. in ohio, a man is accused of taking two firefighters hostage that were responding to a fire. the incident was peacefully resolved within a couple of hours, and both firefighters are ok. the suspect said he wanted a beer and psychiatric medication. because of this, parts of the ohio turnpike were closed down but it has since reopened.
the jacket this morning, especially in northern iowa. metinka: temps back in the 30's. in des moines, it is milder at 54 degrees, but a jacket is still called for. a couple of sprinkles across perry and atlantic, but not going to amount to much. it is going to feel like fallout there. a lot of cloud in the forecast, headed for 65. shaina: taking a look at the day planner, bobby jindal will be making a campaign stop today, attending a townhall meeting at simpson college. jeb bush's son will be in iowa as part of his college tour putting the great at 2:00. engineers at iowa state will demonstrate a new virtual reality room that they are planning to use for recruiting football student athletes.
elizabeth: what a cool thing to do for somebody. shaina: that has been the reaction when a university of iowa student found something on her car. eric is one of those bummed out fans this morning. we will hear from him about the cubs losing the pennant. emmy: when you grab your remote, what are you pointing out? a new survey is out showing how
>> this is iowa's news leader. this is "kcci 8 news this morning." with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz, and right-now coverage with shaina humphries. metinka: it is a beautiful fall morning this morning, 54 degrees in des moines but it is downright cold to the north. fort dodge waiting -- waking up to 49 degrees -- 39 degrees. clouds are in the forecast highs will be noticeably cooler, headed for a high of 65. the gradual cooling trend continues over the next several days, and by next week high temperatures will be back to where they should be, into the 50's for highs with overnight lows in the 30's. we have a couple of chances of rainfall coming up in the forecast.
you, how are you watching us right now? elizabeth: a new report shows viewers are more likely to cut the cable cord and are canceling satellite conscription. -- subscriptions. emmy: 20% of people who took the survey have never subscribed to any tv service at all so how exactly are they watching tv? they are streaming it online through services like netflix and hulu, 3.7 p -- percent of people plan to end their cable service. half of them quit because they are happy with what they found online. >> i do think this will be more common in the years ahead, and it is just starting.
>> i finally cut the cord, got rid of cable. i did not feel like i walked out on very much. >> i did not even have a tv in college, i just use my computer. emmy: cable and satellite companies are cutting rates in an effort to keep their customers, and 61% of people with cable are interested in getting a smaller number of channels for a lower price. shaina: for anyone who has ever sat on hold for cable customer service, it feels good to not have to do with them. elizabeth: interesting to see how they will be responding to this change. our now poll is asking the question, how do you watch tv? cable, satellite, over the air, online, or streaming, and it looks like satellite is leading the way with 61% and over the air, 19%.
you can vote if you have not already. go to kcci.com or facebook or twitter. the morning buzz today has to start with the big bummer for cubs fans, no world series. shaina: the mets just shut them out with a four-game sweep. if you are on social media, you probably saw that fans were feeling a little defeated as the game went on. eric hanson was there and said the feeling started to change really about 15 minutes in. >> this is not what cub fans were looking for tonight. it started at about 7:07, and around 7:15, the air came out of this place. it just did not happen for the cubs, a disappointing end for the season. if there is a bright spot, these
cubs are really young and that is a good thing. it was not too many months ago they were in des moines coming up through the system. hopefully they will be playing again very soon. kind of turning as we approach november. so those of us from the midwest, we have to cheer for the kansas city royals. shaina: a good sport, eric hanson. elizabeth: he also posted a couple pictures on facebook. he said this was a classy move by the cubs. they let the mets celebrate and came out to thank their fans. shaina: probably the most loyal fans in baseball. this is the cubs owner, who stopped by eric's seat and thanked fans for their support. not the ending everyone wanted
elizabeth: now it is all about the royals, and they play again on friday. a huge story online is one that we broke last night at 10:00. shaina: we talked about it just a few minutes ago, a mother who stepped in when she saw a mother abusing a toddler in a hy-vee parking lot. shauna davis is charged, apparently hitting and punching her young son. another woman saw and called 911. elizabeth: anne-marie writes, the person who intervened is an angel, god bless them. amy says, to the lady that helped, your mama raised you write. shaina: aiena says, for everyone talking about how horrible this is, please recognize the lack of funding for dh as workers -- dhs workers. elizabeth: let us know what you
think. shaina: on a brighter note, we have to share this random act of kindness. a university of iowa student came out from class to find this note on her car. her windows were open and a storm was coming so a good samaritan put bags over her windows so the rain would not get in. elizabeth: it probably took a little bit of time. shaina: most of us would probably say, too bad. she wants to find out who did it so she can say thank you. elizabeth: send the kids in with some jackets to school this morning. for the first time this week, we
metinka will tell >> the weather is never more than five minutes away. only on "kcci 8 news this morning." metinka: we have had some beautiful weather this week to hit the bike trails. it is going to be another great day to head outdoors, although it is going to be much cooler than the cost several days. -- cooler than the past several days.
we have clouds across the state and hit or miss sprinkles across central iowa, but the majority of the rain will stay just to the west. it stretches all the way down through texas, where they picked up heavy to extreme rain of 3-7 inches already this morning. we will have a little bit of rain moving into our friday forecast. tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m., west of i-35 we will be tracking some showers, and may be up about a half-inch of rain across the area. after 3:00 p.m., the rain shifts east of i-35, good news for this friday night football games. western iowa should have some dry conditions while the showers will be lingering a little bit across the eastern part of the state. 30's and low 40's from fort dodge to mason city.
are mild or but about 10 degrees colder than this time yesterday. the clouds will stick around, just a couple of sprinkles earlier this morning, heading for 65 degrees. we have had some on and off down towards -- downpours. the rain will move out and the weekend looks dry. next week looks good, with more rainfall on tuesday and wednesday. highs fall back into the 50's, lows in the 30's. shaina: everything looks just fine outside if you are getting ready to head out. the roads are dry this morning, no accidents, so good news all around. here are your mobile speed units
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will be returning to the spotlight. he hosted the award ceremony back in 2005. the 88th annual academy awards will air on fibber 28. drew barrymore has revealed she suffered from postpartum depth pression -- depression after giving birth to her second daughter. she opened up about the struggle, saying the contributing factor was the difficulty many mothers face in trying to achieve the optimum balance of work and motherhood. elizabeth: today on ellen, mark wahlberg stops by. shaina: he talks about his allergy to cap as well as other tricks he has to do for his wife. >> i got another trick for my wife. i cannot share that with you. >> what is it?
i wear a wife beater around the house and walk around with a hammer. >> like dingdong, i am here lady, but you never fix anything. shaina: 20 do pull-ups in 30 seconds to raise $25,000 in touch for breast cancer. he will also talk about his new movie, and nick jonas performs his new hit. right here on kcci at 4:00. elizabeth: do not miss thursday night foot wall. -- football. the seattle seahawks take on the 49ers. kickoff is around 7:25. our 10:00 p.m. newscast will be aired following the game. shaina: you can always watch it on metv. elizabeth: here is what we are