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thank you so mu elizabeth: right now at 6:00 battle in boulder. , the highs and lows of last night's gop debate. and why many of the candidates weren't so happy with it. eric: and soliciting sex acts from minors. the charges a pleasant hill man is facing this morning, and the shocking ages of his alleged victims. elizabeth: plus, expanding the firehouse. the vote coming up for one central iowa town, and the problems their firehouse has that city officials say need to be fixed. >> you're watching kcci 8 news . elizabeth: also this morning, all kids want to find the best spots for candy on halloween. this year there's a company that's trying to help make finding them a little easier. we will tell you all about it coming up. thanks for joining us on thursday october 29.
eric: and i'm eric hanson. now we are going to need to get the gloves and the hats because it is starting to get cold. metinka: it is downright cold. we have wind chills in the 20's. it feels like 26 in ames. in des moines it feels like 27. the actual temperatures are above freezing but those wind chills will be with us through the late morning. that west, northwest wind very blustery early this morning and will be settling down this afternoon. we are headed for a high of 51 degrees, and today will be the coolest of the next eight. elizabeth: in commitment 2016, candidates are back on the stump today after a heated gop debate last night, where the gloves came off again. eric: nikole killion is in washington with more on the colorado clash. nikole: the focus of the debate was supposed to be strictly on
much more. the third time not necesarily a charm as the republicans battled in boulder. >> we are on the verge, perhaps of picking someone who cannot do this job. nikole: ohio governor john kasich charging right out of the gate at frontrunners donald trump and ben carson who largely steered clear of one another. >> i have to give it to ben . nikole: instead it was florida's jeb bush and marco rubio who went at it over rubio's skipped votes in the senate. >> marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term and you should be showing up to work. >> the only reason you're doing it now is because we're running for the same position and someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. but as the debate progressed. >> such a nasty question. nikole: the candidates and the crowd.
they know. nikole: turned their fire to the moderators. >> this is not a cage match. and, you look at the questions, donald trump, are you a comic-book villain? ben carson, can you do math?. how about talking about the substantive issues the people care about? nikole: after the debate, the rnc issued a statement calling the moderators' performance extremely disappointing. in washington, i'm nikole killion. eric: the republican white house hopefuls face off again on november 10. meanwhile the democratic candidates are all gathering for a forum in south carolina next week followed by an official debate on november 14. more big stories happening in washington, d.c. overnight. shaina humphries is following the latest on the federal budget deal, shaina? shaina: eric, last night the house passed a budget and debt deal, that prevents an unprecedented government default. the legislation increases the u.s. debt limit, and gives the government authority to borrow freely through march of 2017. the deal now heads to the senate, where it is expected to be passed before the deadline next tuesday. this significantly reduces the chance of a government shutdown
in december. also on capitol hill today. the republican controlled house is set to formally elect wisconsin representative paul ryan as the next house speaker. house republicans are hoping he can mend the divisions in the party right now. before his election, outgoing speaker john boehner will deliver a farewell speech. a manhunt is underway right now in kentucky. police say floyd ray cook has been on the run for 5 days, after opening fire on police officers in tennessee and kentucky. two people associated with cook were arrested last night, after they rammed two police cruisers in a car believed to be owned by cook. their arrests narrowed down the search, but cook's whereabouts are still unknown. police in indianapolis are also searching for a shooter who is accused of shooting three people inside a mall last night. according to police, one of those victims is still in serious condition this morning, but is expected to survive. the other two were taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. authorities believe the suspect and one of the victims knew each other, and the other two were simply bystanders. no word yet if there are any
eric: big stories in central iowa now, a pleasant hill man is in jail this morning after he tried to solicit sex acts from children online. 18-year-old kyle calvert is now charged with two counts of lascivious acts with a child. courts documents show calvert who was 17 at the time was on a social media site called oovoo when he allegedly asked minors to engage in sex acts so he could watch. the victims are listed as young as 6 and 8-years-old. the suspect's mother who did not want to show her face on camera says calvert thought the girls were 17. >> he said that the room is dark and he could not see these girls, you know, how old they look, and he just went by what they told him. eric: law enforcement officials say there are things parents can do to protect their kids online like knowing their passwords, who their friends are online, and not allowing kids to have computers or phones alone in their own room. elizabeth: a local mother says her disabled son was assaulted
at school by another student. the accusations stem from an incident that happened monday at jesse franklin taylor education center. 14-year-old steven suffers from a learning disability. according to his family bullying including name-calling and , pushing escalated monday. his mother claims a student slammed a table onto steven's foot sending him to the er. it crushed his big toe causing a open fracture and may require surgery. >> this isn't just pushing and name calling, now you're actually physically assaulting my child. elizabeth: a district spokesperson disagrees, telling kcci that the incident " resulted from an accident in which the student was helping others at a table that had fallen over. ." the spokesperson says the table slipped, injuring the student. new information in a disturbing hazing case at clarion goldfield
metinka: it is chilly this morning, 38 in des moines, 37 in ames. we have wind chills that will take your breath away. it feels like 28 in des moines. it is going to be a great day, so dress in layers. you will need fewer layers this afternoon with sunshine and highs either side of 50 degrees. eric: near this morning, city elections are right around the corner and next week in carlisle they will be voting on a renovation for the fire station. elizabeth: emmy victor joins us live. emmy: one of the biggest problems they are having is fitting some of those newer model fire trucks into their old days. this station has been built for
over 30 years and they realize they are running out of space. with me is city manager andy lent. what are some of the difficulties? >> we are in a growing community and we are running out of space. the newer firetrucks are much longer and larger. we are running out of space and our vehicles are being crammed in. we have much more call volume so we need more space to fit the trucks and ambulances. emmy: what are some of the renovations you guys are planning? shaina: we are -- >> we are looking at adding another bay and the second floor for people to stay during their scheduled hours. emmy: with those response times, do you think this can lower the
>> they will be here at the station instead of taking the time to travel here and then go to the situation. we have already found that staff during the day for ambulance calls because the volume has been so high. we wanted to make sure we can take -- take care of the people who are in emergency situations. emmy: this is a renovation that will cost nearly $600,000 and if approved they will start in the spring. reporting live in carlisle, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. elizabeth: still ahead on kcci, be a better you. eric: we're starting a new, month-long series this morning to help you be your best self. today, we'll tell you the 3 foods you should be eating, but probably aren't. elizabeth: plus, it's good to be royal. kansas city gets one step closer to being world series champions. highlights from last night's game and what's next as the series moves to new york. eric: we are going to take a look at night one of high school
football playoffs. which central iowa teams earned a spot in round two. shaina: the only thing you will have to worry about is staying warm. luckily we have no accidents or slowdowns that will make you stay out there for too long. it's head outside and take a look at the roads as traffic is starting to pick up at 235 and mlk. a few more people heading downtown.
>> 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. you are waking up to a brisk fall morning. wind chills into the 20's. it feels like the mid-20's across the state, and it will be a cool, breezy day across the area with highs in the 50's. you will still need a jacket this afternoon. jumping ahead to beggars night tomorrow night, some rain in the forecast.
the area but temperatures will be mild with readings in the 50's. remember to fall back this weekend as daylight savings time comes to an end on sunday morning very early. put some fresh batteries in your smoke detectors. shaina: this morning, things are really looking good for the kansas city royals. kc was down one nothing to the mets until the fifth inning, when the offense really got going. eric hosmer had a two rbi single to make it 3 to 1. two more base hits put the royals up 5 to 1 in the fifth. and two more runs in the 8th sealed the deal. kansas city wins game two 7 to 1, going up in the series 2 games to zero. the world series has an off day today as the teams moved to new york for game three. that will be played tomorrow at 7:07 on fox. while the world series takes the day off, you can tune in to catch thursday night football here on kcci. tonight the miami dolphins head to new england to try to take
pregame coverage starts at 6:30. right after kcci 8 news at 6. that means our regular 10pm newscast will be delayed. but you can switch over to metv des moines, channel 8.2, to see the news at 10:00 p.m. we'll also have late news coverage following the conclusion of the game right here on kcci. eric: high school football season is heating up here in iowa. first round playoff games took place last night. and dowling-catholic had a huge win over lincoln last night. here's a 56 yard touchdown from jacob zachary to start off the scoring for the maroons. dowling ended up winning 64 to nothing. they'll move on to the second round games. johnston also beat hoover last night 45 to 13 to move onto the second round in class 4a. centennial moves on too, beating east 49 to 7. the same score as ankeny advances after beating indianola 49 to 7. and southeast polk punches their ticket to round 2, beating fort dodge 42 to 0. valley gets to keep playing, beating ames 50 to 7.
and lewis central sends the home team packing, beating urdandale on their own turf 21 to 10. we have more scores from around the state and across the rest of the divisions on our website, kcci.com. second-round play is set for monday. elizabeth: in today's economic headlines, several recalls from ford wednesday, affecting 129,000 u.s. vehicles. a potential fuel tank issue could affect 2009 and 2010 ford edge and lincoln mkx models. 72 more vehicles are being recalled for a possible trailer brake controller issue. that includes 2016 ford e-series vehicles. and the third recall affects about 1900 2016 ford mustangs. the company says restraint parts in those cars may have been damaged during shipping. ford says no accidents or injuries have been reported for any of these recalls. on wall street, stocks jumped wednesday thanks to positive numbers in the energy and materials sectors. the dow finished up 198 points. the nasdaq gained more than 65.
than 24. if you are stocking up for trick-or-treaters this weekend a , new survey is out looking at america's favorite halloween candy. the big winner across the country, reese's peanut butter cups. it was one of only 3 candies that got votes in all 50 states. the other two were kit kats and butterfingers. and the hawkeye state was the only one to pick twix as the favorite. eric: i wonder why that is. it is really good. and this halloween, there's a new, high-tech way to find the best trick or treat houses. in your neighborhood. it's a new app called treatster, created by target. users can add their address to a list of houses doing trick-or-treat. you can also mark the best houses when it comes to decorations and of course, candy. we checked and right now there are a few metro houses on the list, but i am sure that will grow as people start realizing
elizabeth: let's head over to metinka. unfortunately beggars night is not looking the best. metinka: we have some spooky showers in the forecast attempts will be mainly mild. you might need just an umbrella or light poncho. no thing heavy and no lightning is expected. it was snow flying last night in webster city. the flurries were flying as webster city played in their playoff game last evening. the snow has moved out but the cold air is here. wind chills now into the mid-20's. it feels like 26 degrees in ames. that is because of the brisk wind coming in from the west, northwest around 20 miles per hour. we will be battling that on the crossroads today, on the north-south roads especially.
we have been tracking the precipitation and it is staying mainly in minnesota and wisconsin. that is going to be moving away. notice a clearing line across southwest iowa. we do have hopes of seeing sunshine as high pressure builds in. as it does so, the wind will let up. tomorrow, more clouds are in the forecast by the afternoon and a few showers, but by 5:00 p.m. on your friday lasting into the overnight and out of the way on saturday. we will likely end up with a half an inch to a quarter inch of rainfall. northwest breeze at 20 miles per hour, could factor into your driving plans. heading for 51 this afternoon so dress in layers. tomorrow looks pretty good with showers moving in after 5:00 p.m. and out of here by 6:00
a.m. on saturday. next week, really enjoyable weather so the kids go from needing the hats and mittens early this morning to possibly wearing shorts as soon as monday. eric: it will be a good change eventually. elizabeth: let's see what is happening out on the roads. shaina: get that heater going, but nothing on the roads. we are generally green all over the metro so it will be a while before us thing start to slow down. here are your mobile speed units, 7000 fleur drive, 5100 franklin avenue, 11,000 northwest 16th street and 7300 northwest 4th street. eric: we're starting a new month long series aimed at helping you be better your health, your home, your life.
fighting a cold can be tough but there are 3 foods you can eat to feel better faster. eric: number one berries. blueberries, raspberries and strawberries contain lots of antioxidants. they also block enzymes that can cause inflammation. elizabeth: the same goes for squash. go with acorn, butternut or pumpkin. eric: and this one may be surprising -- anchovies put them on a pizza, or in pasta maybe the omega-3 fatty acids will get you feeling better in no time. elizabeth: it was round 3 for the gop presidential candidates in colorado last night. but how are things looking this morning as they get back to work
we'll go to our elizabeth: welcome back to kcci 86:25. -- at 6:25. your money, your vote. that was the theme of last night's republican debate. eric: this morning, our political analyst marc sandalow joins us live to break it all down, and marc, was anything said last night that might change how people vote? marc: this was a good night for republicans.
and they found a common enemy in news media. it is a whole a lot better politics for republicans to beat up on the news media rather than themselves. elizabeth: the very first question asked candidates to discuss their own weaknesses. how did that turn out? marc: i love this. this is not a terribly introspective group. mike huckabee said his biggest weakness is that he lives by the rules. bush said he can't fake anger, rubio, shares a sense of optimism, trump said he trusts people too much, cruz said he is too much of a fighter. with weaknesses like this, it is no wonder the field has not shrunk. we have 90 days until the first caucus in iowa. eric: marc, some of the candidates also went after the
moderators' questions. we have been hearing a lot about that. where those complaints fair? marc: in a sense. no question the moderators want to pick fights. this is how it works, and the candidates well understand it. the first presidential debate between kennedy and then, they give both candidates eight minute opening statements. if there had been eight minute opening statements from each of these candidates there would have been a lot more people watching the world series last night. the candidates complained but they liked the viewership and they will know what they are walking into. eric: thank you, marc sandalow. elizabeth: an exclusive story about allegations of eight --
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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. elizabeth: right now it's 6:30, elections just a week away. the measure carlisle residents face. a look at the proposed renovations to the fire station. eric: a massive manhunt in kentucky. elizabeth: i'm elizabeth klinge eric: and i'm eric hanson, along with shaina and metinka. it is a truly walk to the car this morning. metinka: and a quick one because no one wants to be out in all of that wind.
dress for the windchill early today. it is cold. it will turn out to be a great afternoon with sunshine begin through the clouds. a high of 51 degrees. today will be the coolest day of the next eight. upper 50's tomorrow, rain moving in for beggars night activities tomorrow but should be out of here and give way to a beautiful weekend. highs next week near 70 degrees. eric: a pleasant hill man is in jail this morning after he tried to solicit sex acts from children online. 18-year-old kyle calvert is charged with two counts of lascivious acts with a child. courts documents show calvert who was 17 at the time was on an online social media site called oovoo when he allegedly asked minors to engage in sex acts so he could watch on camera. the victims are listed as young as 6 and 8-years-old. elizabeth: to today's big stories.
son was assaulted at school by another student but the district says it was an accident. 14-year-old steven suffers from a learning disability. according to his family bulling escalated monday at the jesse franklin taylor education center. to the his mother claims a point student slammed a table onto steven's foot sending him to the er. a district spokesperson disputes the incident saying it was an accident and that " the table slipped injuring the student." new details on disturbing school hazing allegations out of clarion police tell kcci the incidents involved older football players grabbing younger players and assaulting them in the locker room before football practice. police say the names of the students involved are, 18-year-old seth pille, 17-year-old michael schaffer, and 16-year-old tristan mewes
mews . the 3 students face hazing and simple assault charges. eric: new this morning. people in carlisle have to decide if the city should renovate its fire station. it'll come up during next week's city elections. emmy victor is live at the fire station this morning. what do they want to fix, emmy? emmy: they are running out of space. they want to make space for sleeping quarters for volunteers . they want to extend the bays out into the street for longer fire trucks. we have some video of what it looks like inside. trucks and first responder vehicles are squished inside making it hard to move in and out. residents are continuing to move into carlisle, taking the number of 911 calls more frequent. renovations can help them respond to emergencies quicker. make the place more comfortable
for staff and volunteers. >> they will able to be here when a call comes in and not have to travel that distance from their home to hear and then to the call, so that will keep the response time lower. emmy: the city will need to borrow $600,000 in order to create this renovation. if they do get this money, they will start these renovations early spring 2016. reporting live in carlisle, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. shaina: happening right now in kentucky a massive manhunt for a suspect in an officer shooting. two suspects are in custody at this point, a man and a woman who are thought to be floyd cook's associates. late last night, us marshals tried to capture a person believed to be cook during a traffic stop, but the driver crashed into an other vehicle and through a fence, ultimately getting away. cook is accused of shooting at troopers in kentucky over the weekend.
it was another testy republican debate, but this time the attacks were not just among the candidates, the moderators became targets. >> this is not a cage match. the questions that are being asked shouldn't be trying to get people to tear into each other. it should be what are your substantive solutions? shaina: they were criticized for inciting more fights than encouraging policy discussion. the overall theme was the economy. questions ranged from taxes to the debt ceiling and social security. front runners donald trump and ben carson stole less spotlight this round. marco rubio and ted cruz are being praised by pundits this morning for standing out. the next republican debate is less than two weeks away. eric: look out at the gas pump. we'll give you a look at the device someone hid, trying to steal your credit card information. and he's making every penny count literally. meet the man who saved his change for decades.
metinka: grab the warm jackets and something warm for breakfast. we have a cold start with wind chills in the 20's. shaina: get that heater going, maybe give your car a couple minutes to warm up. no problems to report said he should not have to stick out there for too long. this is i-35 at mills civic, and no problems to report.
back metinka: good morning. it is a crisp fall morning. get ready for that breeze to take your breath away as you step outside. it feels like 28 in des moines. grab the warmer coat and the kids might need mittens and a hat. the brisk wind chills will be with us through late morning but it will turn out to be a great day. new and temperatures cool into the 40's, headed for a high of 51 degrees. i have a great warming trend in your 8 day forecast. elizabeth: now an alert from casey's general stores. credit card information may have been stolen from 7 of their gas stations. the corporate office says they discovered gas pump card skimmers at six stores in nebraska and one in davenport. the scary part you can't see
experts say the thieves pop open a panel on the gas pump and attach the device inside it records your credit card numbers as they pass through the machine. >> we do monitor our pumps on a very regular basis. that is how this was discovered, and so we continue to do that very diligently to ensure that if one of our pumps does happen to get broken into we can take the skimming device off pretty quickly. elizabeth: here is a list of all those casey's locations where card skimmers were found. if you've been to any of these in the last month double check your billing statements. casey's says these seven stores are the only ones affected. eric: and in council bluffs this woman is in jail this morning. 25-year-old rebecca myers is facing six arson charges. all the fires were earlier this month. myers also faces two counts of child endangerment. police tell our sister station in omaha her kids were with her
during a fire in a basement. the rest were in dumpsters. to the morning buzz , talk about an amazing game two for the world series. johnny cueto had a great game. cueto pitched the entire game. nine innings only allowing two singles. it was scoreless until the 4th inning, when the mets got on the board. but the play of the game is from the fifth inning tied at 1 1. when eric hosmer unties it a 2 run single. the royals scored 4 in the 5th, and won game two 7 to 1. they now lead the series 2 games to none. the teams now head to new york for game 3 tomorrow night. royals fans are excited. they are halfway there. elizabeth: today you can get the chance to snuggle up to some kittens. it's kittens on demand for national cat day. who knew there was national cap day? -- cat day? uber, along with the animal
rescue league is bringing kittens to you. from 11:00 to 3:00 today you can request the kittens option in the app. you can cuddle with a furry feline for 15 minutes for just thirty dollars. and the best part the kittens are available for adoption. they say that every penny counts and that is certainly true for this man in louisiana. he's been saving pennies for more than 40 years. he says he would always opt to break a dollar before spending a penny. and yesterday, he cashed them all in for a whopping $5,136.14. eric: most people try to get rid of pennies and he did just the opposite. we look live from our downtown skycam. a chilly morning. have you already broken out the hat and gloves for the season?
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>> the weather is never more than five minutes away. only on "kcci 8 news this morning." metinka: you are waking up to a very brisk start with wind chills into the 20's. it feels like 28 in des moines, 26 in ames. these are not extreme wind chills but is a big shock to the system. we have a blustery wind coming in from the northwest, generally at about 20 miles per hour. it might cause you a few headaches on the roadways but not nearly as strong as it was yesterday. showers have breast northeast --
northeastern iowa with a few showers this morning. we have rain creeping back into the forecast as soon as tomorrow evening. by friday at 5:00 p.m., rain showers moving in from the southwest through central iowa overnight, leaving behind a quarter to a half inch rainfall. just enough to keep the trick-or-treaters a little on the damp side. no rain or fog to worry about, just brisk temps. dress in layers today. you are going to need more today and fewer this afternoon, heading for 51 degrees. tomorrow's temperatures warm back up into the upper 50's. light rain moving in after 5:00 p.m. that should be out of here after 6:00 a.m. on saturday. remember to set your clocks back
one hour before you go to bed on saturday night. highs next week jumping back near 70 degrees. elizabeth: thank you. eric: you are going to need to warm up your car. shaina: hopefully you will not need to spend too much timeout there. we do have our first accident on the east side. at east 14th and euclid, keep that in mind if you are anywhere in that area. here are your mobile speed units , 7000 fleur drive, 5100 franklin ave, 11,000 northwest 16th street and 7300 northwest 4th street.
acts with a child. courts documents show calvert allegedly asked minors to engage in sex acts so he could watch on camera. the victims are listed as young as 6 and 8-years-old. eric: a local mother says her 14-year-old son with a learning disability was assaulted at school by another student. she says it happened monday at the jesse franklin taylor education center. his mother claims a student slammed a table onto his foot fracturing it. a spokesperson for des moines public schools says it was an accident. elizabeth: kcci has learned the names of the students accused of the hazing case at clarion goldfield dows high school. police say 18-year-old seth pille, 17-year-old michael schaffer, and 16-year-old tristan mewes assaulted younger football players in the locker room before football practice, the 3 students face hazing and simple assault charges. shaina: this morning reaction pouring in from the third
craig boswell has the analysis. craig: all eyes were in ben carson during last night's debate as the new gop front-runner but there weren't many fireworks. afterwards, the carson was coy about maintaining his campaign's momentum. >> well you know i always say , when i was a surgeon. why guess when soon you'll know. donald trump came to cameras insisting his campaign is not losing steam. trump, who was quiet for a long stretch of the debate, continued to take issue with some of the questions. >> i thought it was very unfair. craig: jeb bush, who attacked fellow floridian marco rubio, insisted to me he is not frustrated the tone of the campaign and his sluggish poll numbers. >> no, i'm not frustrated. craig: analysts say bush needed to stand out.
loser. >> here's rubio's on stage response to bush questioning the senators missed votes in the senate. someone's convinced you that >>someone's convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. craig: they're all trying to take down marco rubio after this debate. primary voters cast the first ballots in less than 100 days. craig boswell, cbs news, boulder. shaina: a change in leadership in the house today. wisconsin rep. paul ryan, who was the republicans' 2012 vice presidential nominee, is set to become the house speaker. after each members vote, john boehner's resignation goes into effect and ryan will become the new speaker and second in line to the presidency. eric: the u.s. military investigating how it's surveillance blimp broke three from its tether in maryland and floated for four hours yesterday into pennsylvania. thousands of people lost power as the tether took out fire --
the royals came out on top again against the mets. it was scoreless until the 4th inning, when the mets got on the board. but the royals weren't far behind, with 4 of their own in the 5th. that's all they'd need, but they'll run in 3 more in the 8th. 7-1 the final. the teams head to new york for game 3 tomorrow night. elizabeth: a cold morning. metinka: 38 in des moines, wind chills in the 20's. headed for a sunshiney day of 51 degrees. by 6:00 p.m. tomorrow we will have some showers moving in and they will be moving out by 6:00 a.m. saturday. shaina: unfortunately we do have one accident to report that might be slowing things down on the east side.
this accident is at east 14th and euclid. it might have been cleared up in the past couple of minutes because it looks like the lanes are back open and moving up to speed. 7000 fleur drive, is one of the mobile speed units. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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