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, on top. a new monmouth university poll shows retired neurosurgeon ben carson leading donald trump by 14 points here in iowa. stacey is off tonight. these new numbers reflect a six point jump from the lead carson established last week. carson's low-pitched manner is a stark contrast to another of the gop presidential candidates, donald trump. steve: kcci's ryan smith is live in urbandale tonight to break down how carson's soft-spoken approach may be behind the recent boost in his poll numbers. ryan: two polls, both finding dr. ben carson at the top of a crowded gop race in iowa. it is a surge staffers and supporters here at campaign headquarters have been expecting. -- have been waiting for. donald trump attracts concert-like crowds. but it seems his aggressive, booming demeanor is taking a back seat in iowa to calm and collected. >> kind of quiet soft-spoken , approach as compared to some of the other people in the race who have been a little angry, or
loud at the very least about what they have to say. ryan: carson's surge catching the eye of the national front runner who dubbed him gentle ben on twitter. mr. trump: i was very surprised to see the numbers. you know i had a lead and it sort of flip-flopped a little bit with ben carson. and i like ben, but he can't do with trade like i do. he can't do a lot of things like i do. dr. carson: i am soft-spoken and i do have a tendency to be relaxed. i wasn't always like that. ryan: while carson and trump differ on demeanor, they both are political outsiders with no experience governing. and like trump, carson has made provocative comments. his on topics like nazism and slavery. but political experts say that's not stopping enthusiasm from evangelical christians and conservative women. >> he comes across as extrememly modest and soft-spoken and very much a gentleman.
his opponents claim at the same time he says crack-pot things. ryan: a campaign spokesperson telling me tonight that dr. ben carson is in florida tonight preparing for the upcoming debate. in urbandale, ryan smith, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. steve: carson and trump will square-off on stage this wednesday at the 3rd republican presidential debate. it's set for the coors events center at the university of colorado in boulder. you can watch the 2-hour debate on cnbc. the top 10 polling candidates will participate. the bottom 4, same as last time, will participate in an earlier debate. before taking the debate stage on wednesday, donald trump will hold a rally in sioux city. he plans to speak at sioux city west high school at 6:00 p.m. there is a movement tonight, from west alumni, against the rally. francisco valadez calls trump a bully. and says the billionaire is threatening the latino community. valadez helped start a petition calling for trump to hold his
rally elsewhere. it has several thousand signatures right now. but school officials call the rally a real opportunity. >> we recognize that there may be some who support or oppose any specific candidate, but this is a real opportunity to allow the educational process about the democratic process to continue. >> he's influencing a lot of people to hate certain, like, certain groups, certain groups of people. steve: some sioux city west students are also citing the school district's anti-bullying policy as a reason not to allow trump to hold his rally at the high school. kevin: meanwhile, on the democratic side, hillary clinton still winning in iowa. the latest quinnipiac poll shows her leading bernie sanders 51 to 40%. clinton will make her first appearance on "the late show with stephen colbert" tomorrow
the 10:00 news. a health alert tonight. could bacon and other processed meat cause cancer? todd magel is looking into the new report released by the world health organization today. todd: the report says eating as much as 1.8 ounces of processed meat daily, and that is about six slices of bacon can increase , the risk of colon cancer by 18%. but that's a tough sell in a state know for its love of meat. in a state known for it's annual sold-out, blue ribbon bacon festival, news of dangerous processed meats hits close to home. so who better to ask about the study than the man who organizes this crazy event. >> i don't eat bacon every day. todd: brooks reynolds doesn't wear his bacon sport coat every day either. but he does love bacon. his philosophy? >> we try to promote a healthy bacon diet and everything in moderation. todd: the world health organization is now saying bacon, ham, sausage and other processed meats are just as dangerous as cigarettes when it
red meat, too. but the national pork board in clive disagrees. >> it's just an association they've found that people who eat meat get cancer. they also found that people who drink wine, drink coffee and eat , pickles get cancer. todd: so what's a bacon lover to do? >> a balanced diet of both vegetable products and meat products is very important to your overall health. everything in moderation. todd: by the way if you still , want to chow down on bacon the 2016 blue ribbon bacon fest is set for february 20. live in the kitchen, todd magel, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. kevin: also on the health beat tonight the american academy of , pediatrics pushing to raise the legal age to buy tobacco nationwide to the study says the 21. new age would result in 50,000 fewer deaths from lung cancer among a generation born between 2000 and 2019. they also urge for the
right now, only hawaii and about 90 cities have a 21-year-old age requirements for purchasing cigarettes. steve: new at 10:00, good news news tonight for fans of food trucks in downtown des moines. the city council has voted to extend the experimental program through the end of the year. a vote to make it permanent should come before spring. mobile food venders will have to pay roughly $2000 a year to park their mobile restaurants in 4 designated ares around downtown. a 5th area could be approved by early next year. governor branstad announced today that the state will take the lead in efforts to overturn wrongful convictions. the governor unveiled the wrongful conviction division of the state public defenders office. its first task will be to review about 100 hair-comparison anysis cases from 1980 to 2000. the head of the division tells us the fbi admits to some serious errors in testimony in
analysis. >> in any human system, there are going to be mistakes because people make mistakes and a lot of the times those mistakes are not intentional. steve: the division is led by audrey mcginn, who has worked for the california innocence project, and helped found 10 other innocence projects throughout latin america. kevin: right now greene county , authorities investigate a sex abuse case. acting on an anonymous tip, deputies arrested 22-year-old anthony grife of scranton. this was on saturday after executing a search warrant. grife behind bars tonight facing several charges including sexual exploitation of a minor and second degree sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of a minor to promote a film. new details about the woman who police say plowed into a crowd at a homecoming parade in oklahoma this weekend. adriana diaz explains what happened in a stillwater courthouse today. adriana: 25-year-old adacia chambers is being held on one
million dollars bond. she's facing four preliminary counts of second-degree murder. >> driving a car into a crowd of people is evidencing a depraved mind. adriana her father apologized to : the victims. >> i'm very sorry for those victims and the people who lost their life. adriana four people were killed, : two-year-old nash lucas, 23-year-old nakita prabhakar, and married faculty members marvin and bonnie stone, both 65. 17 people are still hospitalized. >> i looked down at my hand it was gushing blood, so i just sat down. she kept telling me not to look over because they were putting bags over people. adriana the family revealed : chambers was hospitalized in the past for mental illness but seemed fine recently. >> the look in her face. there is a very blank. almost lifeless look in her face. adriana the judge approved a
: psychological evaluation. formal charges could come at a hearing next month. adriana diaz, cbs news, stillwater, oklahoma. steve: some serious flooding is going right now in parts of alabama. you can see from this video from mobile that it's making for some extremely dangerous driving conditions. officials are now urging drivers to use caution. there's no relief in sight. rain is in the forecast there for both tuesday and wednesday. here is a live look at our downtown skycam. rain in our forecast, but thankfully not that much. kurtis: it is the same system, that moisture being drawn up from the gulf of mexico. lower alabama seeing the to the north. here in iowa, looks like considerably lighter amounts. heaviest rains in southeastern county. computer models for the metro.
about 3/10 to 9/10 of an inch. a little heavier amounts the farther west you are. lighter amounts in downtown des moines cap also going to see around a half-inch to 6/10 of an inch. early, i think the rain will be in southern iowa. our high tomorrow at only 55. 8 day forecast right through halloween. kevin: next at 10:00 disqualified for being a good , sport. now he's getting national attention. how the davis county runner is handling the spotlight. steve: plus one year later. , the effort to rebuild one oseceola business after it was burnt to the ground. kevin: mangino out.
shake-up in ames today. >> it's good to know that we still have kids today that will show that type of sportsmanship and character. kevin: it is a story that represents what iowa nice is all about. and now it's going viral. it was last week we introduced , you to zach hougland, a high school cross country runner disqualified from a state qualifying district meet for an act of sportsmanship. steve: kcci's laura nichols shows us how zach's story is now being shared all around the world. laura: it all started with this moment.
after finishing first in the district championship, davis county cross county runner zach hougland helps a rival runner who is dehydrated and near collapsing. >> he's just that type of person to help others. laura: but that help cost zach his frist place medal, since a national rule says a runner is automatically disqualified for giving or receiving help. >> i kind of think that maybe they should change the rule. but if they don't, they don't. laura: public outrage spurred a lot of attention, >> there's been a lot of publicity. laura: and now this image and the story of zach hougland has gone viral. >> i'm getting a little bit overwhelmed by it. laura: major news networks. the new york daily news, espn, >> makes me feel like i am kind of putting my town on the map. laura: are sharing zach's story. >> im glad that they do care. it's a story that has a lot of sportsmanship and character and integrity. laura: so much sportsmanship and integrity that one pretty
important person had her show's producers call zach monday. >> i thought that was huge. i think ellen is 100% awesome. laura: so alan, if you are listening this humble kid from , iowa really wants to meet you. >> i hope to be on your show someday soon, and i am willing to dance with you any day. laura: the davis county cross country team will head to state on saturday. despite hougland's disqualification, the team was able to barely qualify. they hope to make the top 5. live in studio, laura terrell, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. kevin: recovery in osceola tonight at the osceola farm home as they get ready to open a brand new store. the original store burned down a year ago today. the new store will be twice as big as the first one. owners are setting up the store and building it at the same time in order to be open by black friday. they say they never considered closing down the store. >> our father spent years building up the business and we just didn't feel like we could walk away from this market,
cashing a check and walking away just wasn't an option for us. kevin: maybe the best part is the owners say 14 of the 18 , employees who were working at the time of the fire will be back at work when the new store opens. steve: stunning new images tonight from nasa. this is the messier 94 galaxy. it has a bright starburst ring around it where new stars are forming right now. that's also what gives the galaxy it's unusual shape. it's only about 16 million light-years away from earth. and, for a time, we had rain 16 million light-years away from us but not now. kurtis: we are in warp drive. 53 degrees, a beautiful night for this time of year. committee at 50%. heavy rain in the panhandle of
florida, alabama. slowly being drawn up from a system that is out to the west of us. temperatures early on tomorrow, cool and 49. by 10:00 a.m., it will start to move into central iowa. it is going to be a soggy tuesday. notice by the time we had around noon, 60% chance. rain likely throughout the afternoon and right into the evening hour. today, temperatures climb into the 60's. we will look at all that moisture down south. that is the remnants of hurricane patricia. it moved into the gulf and now all that moisture is streaming north. it will interact with a system moving out of the rocky mountains. pretty widespread rain for the midwest.
most locations, fall like temperatures with 50's and 60's. here comes this system wheeling through. widespread rains by the afternoon and early evening. this front will not the temperatures down and kick up some fairly strong winds on wednesday. noon, rain in the generally -- rain in generally the eastern half of the state. that will wrap up and pull on out. early wednesday, north of highway 20, some showers. by wednesday night, just some wind with clearing skies. western iowa will miss out on most of this rain. it picks up in the metro, three quarters of an inch, and the heaviest rain southeastern into east central iowa. tonight, 49 degrees.
tomorrow, the high at 55. showers likely. if you thunderstorms. better chance for those thunderstorms south and southeast. wednesday, 54 degrees. a lot of. yet area football stadium. -- a lot of folks will be at area football stadiums. as the day goes along, that wind chill into the 30's, so it will be a cool one. showers mainly early on saturday. we stay there in the next week. kevin: coming up next at 10:00 world series fever taking over , kansas city.
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 him. that didn't happen. 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 of my stuff and i was the senate president.
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world series. kevin: and one blue springs, missouri family found a way to prepare, off the field. >> we don't have the money to go to postseason games or the world series so we thought we'd show our pride in our front yard. >> i did the kc, the white part in the middle and we put stakes in all the corners and put string around it and just spray-painted it from there. kevin: it's as simple as that. the 23-foot tall royals logo in the front lawn. the family says it was spur of the moment creation up to the big win on friday. the royals face the mets tomorrow in kansas city.
-- is offensive coordinator. >> i thought it was the right hire at the time. don't look back and say what was i thinking. he brought a lot to the program and we're very thankful and appreciative. andy: a coaching change in the middle of the season rarely reaches benefits, but paul rhoads is betting that todd sturdy will give them energy. >> he is the quarterback coach coming in a position to know those guys best and be able to call to their strengths. andy: he also announced that joel landing will take over as starting quarterback this weekend. >> i am picking it in my stomach is kind of eating at me a little bit.
andy: at jack trice stadium, i am andy garman. scott: take a look at all the changes. joel lanning at quarterback. passing game coordinator todd sturdy replaces mangino. kamari cotton-moya is likely done for the year with a hamstring injury. kenneth lynn has been suspended for the year for big 12 rules violations. cole netten is now the backup kicker. chris francis will get his shot. the hawkeyes are home as well on saturday. a 2:30 kickoff against maryland. the royals are on the big stage , which happens to be their own backyard. not only do they get to play games one and two at home, but this is their second-straight world series. kc took the field monday at kauffman for batting practice. the mets are in town for tomorrow's opener. this team is out to avenge last year's world series loss and there's no reason to doubt them now. >> they wanted to get back to
the world series, they have done that. of course, we had a large contingent of royals in the all-star game. they had accomplished everything they have set their minds to up to this point. one big series left. scott: that series starts on tuesday at 7:00 on fox. great 8. mike moustakas, doesn't have enough -- does it have enough? we will never know. number 7, cubs-mets. it was the daniel murphy show. a home run in six straight postseason games. later at 6:00, cowboys and giants. teaches us that it is a game of
number five, stefon diggs, the vikings rookie out of maryland. later, says i don't care to caught it, that ball is mine. goes 80 yards for the undefeated cougars. that's go back to the dallas-giants game. new york giants dwayne harris goes 100 yards for the run back against his former team. atlanta, fourth and goal from the one. officially picked off. intercepted. play number one, what else could it be? florida state lining up for the game-winner. instead, it is blocked.