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eric: three iowa high schoolers are facing charges this morning, i some parents say they want to pull their kids out of school. elizabeth: the gop presidential candidates are set to crash in colorado. what to expect. eric: iowa colleges are coming together to discuss campus safety and security. what one iowa board of regents member says that has to be addressed. >> you're watching kcci eight news. eric: whilst fans are waking up groggy after a late-night in the early morning. it lasted well past midnight, we will tell you what records they tied and the highlights of this crazy game that started wild and ended wild. thanks for waking up with kcci
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elizabeth: it is wednesday, october 28. the rain continues today. metinka: it is a bit on the damp side so it is kind of a bone chilling morning. when did today will come out of the west and northwest. over 30 miles per hour, keep a firm grip on the wheel. high of 53 degrees. the chili stretch of weather continues tomorrow and into friday. more rain showers are moving through the state, then get ready for a great stretch of weather. temperatures in the 60's to near 70. eric: new information for ames residence, the boyle issue was lifted last night around --
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and iowa anti-bullying conference is under fire after complaints were made over the content of presentations. state representative bobby kaufmann says more than two dozen complain, saying that it was sexually charged and inappropriate. the iowa schools organize the conference and the executive director called this a witchhunt against lgbt youth. >> kids as young as 12 to 13 were encouraged to practice safe on ditch, they were told about apps that could help them locate the nearest orgy. >> talking about an applicant help students find orgies is ridiculous. eric: a panel will investigate. elizabeth: parents in clarion are outraged after an alleged event of hazing. at least six victims have come forward.
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the police chief tells kcci a group of three older football players would grab a younger player before football practice, take them into a room by the locker room and assault him. some parents say they want to pull their kids out of school. >> after every incident they said that was initiation. >> it was like the most disgusting thing i've ever heard. there's a lot of sick stuff but come on. it's going to scar him for life. shaina: the suspects and involved one adult and two juveniles will face charges of simple assault and hazing. eric: a teenager shot by a stranger in a mcdonald's parking lot is recovering. friends say justin phongsavanh have a bullet watched in his spine and may never walk again. a gofundme page has raised $5,000. gabriel coco shot him and pistol
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whipped his friend after witnessing the teenagers poor behavior saturday night. he says he doesn't understand why things had to turn violent. >> i don't know what happened there. there's no reason to shoot somebody for whatever. you shouldn't pull your got on somebody for something like that. eric: gabriel coco has bonded out. elizabeth: a man says he is dropping a bad habit after his car was stolen twice within three days. the chrysler convertible was: how his driveway after it was left unlocked with the key in the ignition. the car was located a short while later but the key was missing. by the time the car got there, the car was gone again. investigators say they have a warrant out for the man they believed stole the car both times. clark says he will reconsider leaving his car unlocked.
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eric: a late-night for royals fans. well into extra innings. shaina humphries has the highlights. shaina: it was a very late night, it lasted a full 14 innings which ties the world series record and ended with kansas city hitting a sacrifice fly that drove it home for a 5-4 win. he had a home run off the first pitch off of matt harvey. the game lasted nine hours -- five hours and nine minutes. including a power failure that knocked the game of the air for a while and kept officials from using video replay. >> was a great night. two things you don't want in game one and one is to go 14 innings and the other one is to drive straight through the game . shaina: they face off again for
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also, almost 6000 schoolchildren in illinois have almost a month off from school. the strike started in east st. louis, illinois after the union leaders rejected a deal. it has been under state control since 2011 because of poor performance. under this deal, teachers would not have been able to reach top salary scale until they've worked for 21 years. elizabeth: republicans face off for the third time tonight in the race for the white house. eric: nikole killion is in washington with what is different. nikole: this is the first time gop helpful's are debating since scott walker got out of the race. tonight to be made a break -- make or break. donald trump hoping to make a comeback after falling, also, jeb bush is excited to come out
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the cap candidates will be featured in primetime, preceded by an undercard debate that the second stream highlighting money matters. >> this will focus on the economy and how we can get back on the right track. i think it will be another interesting one receiving candidates compare and contrast with each other. nikole: amount have topics are taxes and job growth. eric: this third debate will kickoff tonight at 7:00 live from the university of colorado-boulder. you can watch this on cnbc. the toppling candidates will participate and will have the other information. elizabeth: you will want a coat or a hat today. metinka: a blustery afternoon,
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strong wind near sioux city. very brisk, about 15 to 70 miles per hour. no dusting over 40 miles per hour. patchy drizzle will continue for eastern iowa but we cannot rule out sprinkles during the noon hour. highs near 53 degrees, falling off this afternoon. downright chilly for the next few days. elizabeth: thanks metinka. first this morning, the boil advisory in ames has been lifted. we first told you about the water main break monday afternoon. eric: alyx sacks met with them and has more, what are they going to talk about? alyx: leaders will be covering three main topics, prevention and training, response, risk assessment and management. this is the first time they are coming together to talk about campus safety and security. that summit begins at 9:00 and is expected to go into the afternoon.
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this year there have been 10 shootings on college campuses in the u.s.. their chief executive diana gonzalez admits it is the first time -- it is time to bring the cap conversation home and be prepared for violent situations. >> how do we change the culture so that a behavior that you or i might have ignored a few years ago, we don't ignore and say what can i do? how can i intervene? alyx: dr. gonzalez says she is looking forward to hearing from students and wants to hear firsthand what their experiences alike. coming up, what is being done to combat crime on iowa campuses. eric: more education news this report card was released.
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math scores flipped for fourth and eighth graders. reading grades weren't much better. flat for fourth-grader and lower for eighth graders. only a third of the nation's eighth graders were proficient or about proficient in math and reading. a growing achievement gap between white students and black students. elizabeth: safety recalls issued for hundreds of thousands of cars, what you need to know to make sure your family is safe. eric: goodbye, chicago, hello st. louis. elizabeth: one u.s. university is trying to make it easier to graduate. how you can get an affordable degree. shaina: roads are slick, that is what you want to keep in mind. be extra careful and make sure
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>> 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: good morning, patchy drizzle and fog. it will be kind of a rob wednesday with a blustery wind and temperatures will be falling. highs will be set near 53. temperatures will fall into the upper 40's and we cannot rule out sprinkles or drizzle. football playoffs begin this evening and it will be chilly. temperatures will fall through the 40's with wind chills in the 30's. after our stretch, we have good-looking days coming for the
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elizabeth: general motors is recalling one point 4 million cars due to fears they might catch fire. they include models produced almost two decades ago. gm says more than 1300 vehicles caught fire after being fixed. they see the fires are the result of oil leaking onto a hot manifold while the car was off. fiat chrysler is looking for a new safety chief after scott councilmen resigned on tuesday. fiat chrysler announced it is recalling nearly 100,000 jeeps because of a fire risk and more then 86,000 rim 15 cups -- ram 15 pickup's. no injuries have been reported yet related to either recall. elizabeth: make changes for southwest airlines customers out of des moines. eric: say goodbye to chicago and
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hello to st. louis. they are moving their twice-daily flights from chicago midway to the st. louis airport in april. therefore general manager kevin foley says southwest has not given a reason but test chicago does tend to be jammed with traffic and they asked for more hubs. >> we demonstrated that st. louis will be a good route for us but in so doing we didn't anticipate we would lose both chicago flights. eric: if you are considering a southwest flight to chicago midway you may not be able to book those flights after next april 11. the new flights begin april 12. the new fresh market grocery store opens in west des moines your the jordan creek center. grand opening is at 8:00 a.m. and first 1000 customers will receive a free sample size bag of coffee and reusable shopping bag. they will have food sampling
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elizabeth: wall street ended the day in negative territory o tuesday. the dow dropped more than 41 points, the nasdaq was down more than four, the s&p 500 fell by five. a pharmacy megamerger is in the works, walgreens is buying right aid for more than $17 billion. it would combine the second and third largest companies and would not -- not cbs getting around with your little one may be getting easier. international baby brand gb has made a stroller that can fit under an airplane seat. the stroller should be available for $230 next spring. eric: online education is growing and a new app is offering the opportunity to earn a college degree from home.
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office -- offered through brandman university. it is designed for nontraditional students with busy schedules. they hope to set their program apart by offering it for $2700 with all credits you can handle in a six-month. >> it incentivizes students to finish as quickly as possible. if the commission 2.5 years, a bachelors degree will cost $13,500. eric: about 100 students were part of the beta testing. school officials say 500 more students have signed up. taco bell clippers, listen up. you'll get a free a.m. crash --
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cain stole a base and that means you can get a free crunch wrap on november 5 between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. if another base is stolen you will get another one on november 10. elizabeth: if you are going out to grab breakfast, maybe a coat or an umbrella is needed. metinka: we have a brisk wind this morning coming from the northwest. here we have about 15 miles per hour. after sioux city it is sustained near 25 close to 40 this morning and all that wind will build into the morning. steady rain has lifted into wisconsin but we have patchy areas of drizzle across the state,. this system will wind its way to the east.
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dakotas that will bring gusty wind and snowflakes across far northern iowa i 9:00 or 10:00 this evening. overnight you might see snowflakes. tomorrow will be quiet but friday afternoon and evening by 5:00, light wind and rain spreads and continues overnight of here by 6:00 a.m. saturday. beggars night plans may be on the soggy side. we do have patchy drizzle and a brisk wind. gusting over 30 by mid to late morning, temperatures will fall off this afternoon. overnight lows will be downright cold near 35 here in des moines. plus a breeze from the west that his breast. when chills tomorrow morning in the 20's across the northern part of the state.
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clouds across the area and brisk wind continues. cool weather lasts in the friday, evening showers move through and will move out by saturday morning. get ready for a gorgeous stretch of weather in time for the new month. temperatures heat up into the mid-60's and close to 70 toward the middle part of next week. that is a great way to kick off the new month. elizabeth: what is happening on the roads? shaina: the only thing is that drizzle. it is a bit wet. be extra careful so you are not slipping. i have two mobile speed units. outset of ankeny on the 4400 block of northeast delaware avenue. pleasant hill at 7100 southeast vandalia drive. eric: the fbi is involved in the investigation into a south
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elizabeth: nikole killion as life with a look at headlines. eric: the video of the student being flung from her desk in south carolina has gone viral. now we understand the justice department has launched an investigation. that officer could soon learn his fate? nikole: the sheriff involved could decide whether that officer should stay on the force or whether he should be fired. that could come as early as today. it was the sheriff who called on the fbi and justice department to investigate. they are launching a civil rights investigation after senior deputy been fields was seen pulling a student from her desk. she was asked to leave the class being disruptive and refused and that is when he flipped the
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elizabeth: moving to capitol hill where the house of representatives has a busy day. walk us through that. nikole: from nominating a new leader to a major budget deal, lawmakers have a lot on their plate. the house is set to vote on an agreement that would keep the government open and hold off on the debt crisis until after the 2016 elections. john boehner played a key role in negotiating that and also happening, house republicans could vote on his replacement and paul ryan is the leading choice for speaker althoughe claims to use his words so that this actually sticks. eric: there is royalty in your neck of the woods? nikole: prince harry is in town which has a lot of excitement. he will be joining michelle obama and dr. jill biden at an army base.
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and women at the fort belmar in virginia. this was started by prince harry who is only here for a day and after he watches a sporting event he will make his way to the white house to meet with the president. eric: fun days in bc. nikole killion live in washington. more stories ahead including the record-setting world series.
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>> the most-watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. eric: if you're just waking up this wednesday morning, royals win. the record fashion game 1 of the world series ended. how long the royals and mets ended up playing in kansas city. elizabeth: plus, inappropriate conference? the investigation into the governor's anti-bullying conference. the alleged material now in question. alyx: the iowa board of regents are making campus safety a
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welcome back. eric: it kind of feels like today is a good oatmeal day. metinka: you need something to this. we are waking up to drizzle and wind. temperatures are that fed now but they are not warming up. drivetime weather, drizzle on what roadways and maybe light fog but not enough to limit visibility. went will be the main factor -- wind will be the main factor. gusts at times of over 30 miles per hour. elizabeth: first this morning the boil advisory in ames has we first told you about the water main break monday afternoon. a contractor hit a large water main, triggering the boil order.
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people in the affected areas of ames no longer have to boil their water and it is now safe to drink. more big stories. an anti-bullying conference is under fire after accusations of sexually-charged presentations. rep. bobby kaufmann: there were some presentations that were given to minors without parental consent that was so inappropriate that it wouldn't make the cut to be on a rated r movie. elizabeth: rep. bobby kaufmann says more than two dozen complaints were made after the 10th annual governor's conference on lgbtq youth in april. iowa safe schools who organized the conference calls this a witch hunt against lgbtq youth. a house panel will meet next month to investigate. eric: some parents in clarion now say they want to pull their kids out of school after allegations of assault and hazing. julie samora: it's kind of surprising because the school didn't let none of the parents know, nothing like that, but it kind of makes me want to take my kids out of school here. eric: at least 6 victims from
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clarion-goldfield-dows high school have come forward. the police chief tells kcci a group of three older football players would grab a younger player and take them into the locker room. during a special school board meeting, three students were expelled until the end of the school year. the suspects will all face two charges each, simple assault and hazing. a teen shot over the weekend may never walk again. justin phongsavanh has a bullet logged in his spine after being shot in the parking lot of an ankeny mcdonalds. 36-year-old gabriel coco has bonded out of jail after shooting the teen. police say coco shot the teen and pistol whipped another after witnessing their "poor behavior" inside the restaurant saturday night. a gofund me page has raised more than $5,000 for medical bills. elizabeth: the owner of red convertible with personalized military plates is the victim of car theft twice. two weekends ago gerald clarks' unlocked car was taken from his
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luckily it was found. the key was missing so clark sent a towing company to retrieve it. before he got there, the car was taken again. the next day the car was spotted in leon, 20 minutes away. the thief left his clothes and paperwork identifying him in the car. investigators have a warrant out for the man they think may have stolen the car both times. shaina: game 1 of the world series was played in record fashion tuesday night. the kansas city royals took on the new york mets. kc started off the game with a first pitch, inside-the-park homer. the mets took the lead from there until the royals came back with a 9th inning homer, sending the game into extra innings. after 14 innings, the royals ended the game with a walk-off run. game 2 is tonight in kansas city, game time 7:07 on fox. and students in east st. louis, illinois have been out of school
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for a month now. a teacher strike began back on the 1st of the month. this after union members rejected a tentative deal between their representatives and the school district. the district has been under state control since 2011 because of its poor performance. gop candidates will be back on the national stage today. the two hour debate is set for the coors event center at the university of colorado in boulder. the top 10 polling candidates will participate in the 3rd debate. the bottom 4 candidates will take part in an earlier debate. you can catch all the action on cnbc starting at 5:00. eric: today, the iowa board of regents will look to other higher education professionals for ways to improve campus safety and security. elizabeth: the summit begins this morning. kcci's alyx sacks is live in studio with more on this. alyx, have they ever had anything like this before? alyx: this is the first in the first and they brought together higher educational professionals from across the state.
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academic officer dr. diana gonzalez says this is time to bring it home. >> it affects all of us, our students, our staff. anybody that works on a college campus. you asked about the board of regents and how they perceive it. that is uppermost in their mind. alyx: 220 people are expected to attend the summit that begins at 9:00. sessions will be held adjusting emergency response, investigations, judicial process, victim support, and more. it brings up several topics, petty crime, stocking, violence against women, and gun violence. they want a subcommittee on campus safety and security made up by campus representatives. dr. gonzalez says it is a good step in the right direction. this expected to end at 3:00
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ankeny and not open to the public. elizabeth: coming up on kcci, portrait pumpkins. how one ohio woman brings out her creative side on the scary holiday. the creations she's made over the years. and the democratic front under -- rather -- what hillary clinton had to say with stephen colbert. metinka: blustery wind will be one of the star players in tonight's football games. shaina: slippery roads, but so far it has not created any issues. i think we take another look at 35/80 and merle hay road.
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metinka: good morning, patchy drizzle and a lot of wind. temperatures near 50 but they won't change much. wind will be getting stronger. highs near 53 with temperatures turning colder. it will be a blustery day and wind and cold temperatures will be huge players in tonight's football game so temperatures falling down through the 40's, wind chill will drop into the 30's and parts of northern iowa
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could see their first snowflakes. elizabeth: game one of the world series is in the record books. eric: quite a game to watch. they took game 1 from the new york mets but it took them 14 innings to get there. the first pitch they say turned into a inside the park home run. the first time in 90 years. the mets came back at the royals had a home run in the ninth. this is the 14th inning, a long sacrifice fly. a game-winning run, the royals when it with a crazy number of innings. the record for number of innings played was set back in 1916. it set a new record, 5 hours and 9 minutes, the longest world series game 1 ever. it didn't end until after 12:30.
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one of my friends texted me at 4:15 that he just got home. the starting pitcher for the royals found out after he was died earlier in the day. before the game, we want him to pitch. he did a great job. elizabeth: the tip off for the nba season was last night. president obama took in some basketball in his hometown of chicago. it was the season opener for the chicago bulls taking on the cleveland cavaliers. iowa favorite, former isu head coach and now bulls head coach fred hoiberg came away with his first win as an nba coach, beating the cav's 97-95. hoiberg takes his team and heads to new york tonight to take on the nets. shaina: he could use a new wave of energy. well, halloween is quickly approaching and one ohio resident has created quite the
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she has dubbed her creation of -- the "trumpkin". the caricature is painted on a 374 pound pumpkin and took ten hours to create! she has also made previous pumpkin portraits of miley cyrus, phil robertson from duck dynasty and kim jong un, among others. i think i like that one the most. elizabeth: how do you even put that on your porch? shaina: 10 hours? i would expect that to be longer. eric: democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton stopped by the late show with stephen colbert. clinton talked about her campaign and why the country needs her. she also joked. hillary clinton: my husband handed over jobs, a balanced budget and a surplus, president month. we have to get back to making the middle class the center of politics, raising income, and giving kids a better shot. >> the implication of that is
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do i have to wear parachute pants and slap bracelets? >> you would look good in parachute pants. >> i have the hips for it. it is not the clinton administration to point out. >> i am not running for my husband or president obama, i am going to do what works. we have an understanding of what works. elizabeth: clinton showed off a few classic photos there. plus, took a few jabs at the gop candidates, plus colbert asked if she would rather run against ben carson or donald trump. shaina: tonight colbert welcomes julianna margulies, jonathan franzen, and musical guest alabama shakes. don't miss all the action tonight on kcci at 10:35.
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we are feeling more like fall this week and metinka tells us october. plus, she knew look at your traffic. >> a south carolina sheriff's deputy could be removed from the force. the latest on the civil rights investigation after he violently to a student out of her chair. the warning about the seat in your car, you look at the safety
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>> weather is never more than five minutes away, only on kcci 8 news this morning. metinka: good morning, drizzly conditions and brisk wind. temperatures going nowhere fast. highs in the low 50's falling off this afternoon. quarterback should be and with the wind it will be even chillier. generally 15 to 20 miles per hour but higher gusts building in from the sioux city area.
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picked up just about three quarters of an inch of rain in central iowa. later, drizzly pockets of rain across central iowa. a secondary cold front reinforcing a shot of cold air will be arriving later that will bring a gust of wind and possibly snowflakes across the far northern part of the state. by 9:00 or 10:00. it will not stick around, tomorrow looks great and quiet. rate will be moving out of the forecast. light showers spread in the west and continue into the overnight that moved east of the area by six of a.m. saturday so if you are going up to ames it should be out of here by them. drizzle and high fog. it was wind from the northwest
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tomorrow will be cold, 40's to near 51 degrees. friday still cool, beggars night could have light rain. then warmth moves into the forecast with a high back in the 60's to even near 70 degrees for the first part of november. a beautiful stretch of weather. eric: is compacting streets? shaina: i have not seen very many car versus car accidents. be careful, you may slide. a car versus deer on highway five down at 35th street. it is not too busy out there yet so keep that in mind. here are the mobile speed units.
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just to, 44 northeast delaware, and 7100 southeast vandalia
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shaina: 10 contenders will be participating. quattro lower pulling candidates will be taking part of a smaller debate. >>-second is terrible. don: on the eve of the third debate, donald trump held his second rally in iowa. this time pleading for support. trump: will you do me a favor and work with my people on february 1 and vote and give us a victory? don: a new poll shows the billionaire businessman trailing neurosurgeon ben carson not only in iowa but nationally because of his personality. ca i'm glad he's doing what i've
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>> pella don champion, cbs news. shaina: it is a smaller field of three candidates, the next debate takes place on november 14 here in iowa at drake. almost 6000 students in illinois have been out of school due to a teacher strike that started october 1 after union members rejected a tentative deal between representatives and the school district. eric: the kansas city royals came away with a win in game one of the world series after five hours, nine minutes, and 14 innings. it set a record for the longest game time of a game one in world series history. the royals face the mets again in kansas city after 7:00 on ox. elizabeth: an anti-bullying conference is under fire after several complaints over its content. a state representative says more than two dozen people complained saying the presentations in
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iowa schools which put on the event called it a witchhunt against lgbtq youth. a house panel is sent to investigate. some parents in clarion to pull their kids out of school after an alleged incident of hazing. victims have come forward saying three older football players assaulted them in a locker room. three students have been expelled until the end of the school year. eric: they all phase two of simple assault and hazing. a teenager shot over the weekend may never walk again. justin phongsavanh had a bullet lodged in his spine. a man shot between in a parking lot. elizabeth: we want to take a look of the forecast before we go and it is a dreary morning. metinka: roads are wet, a brisk wind is building in.
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keep in mind, temperatures won't be warming up today with a high of 53 and temperatures falling this afternoon and with the northwest wind it will feel even colder. grabbed a thicker jacket for a number lot. tomorrow will be downright cold with wind chills in the 20's and a high near 51 on thursday. removes through friday night into saturday and a big warm up again wit 60's and maybe 70's next week. shaina: we have one accident on versus deer.
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