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jason: after days of summer-like >> this is breaking news from kcci 8 news. mollie: we do have breaking news. the family of a des moines man shot and killed by police is felt a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of des moines. ryan bullinger was unarmed when senior officer in a similar shot him this past june. officer miller says she feared for her life when he got out of his vehicle following the chase. the federal suit claims his constitutional rights were violated. des moines police chief cleared officer miller of any
wrongdoing. mark tauscheck is following this story for us and you can hear it -- why the family decided to file the suit coming up on our news tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. right now at noon, iowa public health officials release information on what they believe caused nearly 60 teachers at roosevelt high school to get so sick that classes had to be cancelled. the polk county health department today say tests to determine the illness are back, and they've traced the cause to bad meat from a catered meal eaten by teachers and staff at a october 21 luncheon. the health department did not specify where the meat came from where the caterer, but officials say the illness occurs when foods are prepared in large quantities and kept warm for long time before serving. 58 teachers and staff became sick with diarrhea. polk county public health officials say they were able to make the determination after conducting tests on food samples , interviews with food handlers,
attend the luncheon. the health department says further dna testing is continuing and may provide additional information regarding the outbreak. waterloo please say say a man wanted on a warrant was shot after veering his van toward a waterloo officer while trying to flee. it all happened after officers spotted 24-year-old brandon seeley driving in downtown waterloo yesterday afternoon. police say an officer shot at seeley after he veered toward an officer who had left his squad car. seeley drove away with officers in pursuit. he soon left his van and ran into a parking garage where he was taken into custody. right now the extent of seeley's injuries has not been released. investigators say the death of a decorated police officer in illinois two months ago was not murder but rather a staged suicide by an officer involved in criminal activity. marlie hall has the latest from the top -- bizarre twist in the case.
reporter: authorities say the death of lieutenant joe glenn of it was a carefully staged suicide/ >> we have determined this staged suicide with the end result of extensive criminal acts that he had been committing. reporter: after reviewing thousands of text messages, phone calls, and e-mails money. >> thousands of dollars are used by him for personal purchases, travel expenses, mortgage payments, personal gym memberships, adult websites. reporter: the highly decorated officer was on patrol with you shot with his own weapon. he had radio that he was chasing three suspects on foot before his body was found. that sparked a massive manhunt the left the small community on edge. thousands of mourners and police officers from across the nation turned up for the funeral of the u.s. army veteran affectionately
his wife delivered in emotional tribute. >> joe was my best friend, my world, my hero. reporter: before today's announcement the family had dismissed any suggestions of suicide. they say the 52-year-old father of four sons was looking forward to his upcoming retirement. marlie hall, cbs news. mollie: here in iowa a man , already serving two life sentences for murdering two iowa store clerks has beens entenced to another 25 years in prison. 21-year-old michael swanson of minnesota pleaded guilty this week to slashing the neck of a fellow inmate in coralville. swanson killed vicky bowman-hall and shelia meyers in 2010 when he was 17-years-old. they were clerks at stores he robbed in algona and humboldt. policing clive are investigating where car slammed into a hardee's restaurant after 9:30 this morning. no one was hurt in the crash state cost some structural damage to the restaurant.
failed, getting a storage area, then knocking down boxes inside the restaurant. no charges have been filed against the driver. and in news from the statehouse, a democratic effort to delay privatization of medicaid in iowa has failed in after legislative oversight hearing. we showed you yesterday at noon how democratic lawmakers on the bipartisan health policy oversight committee proposed a motion to hold off on implementing the plan by six months. however republicans opposed it and the proposal did not move forward. the governor's plan to move medicaid to private management is scheduled to start january 1. it has drawn scrutiny over the projected cost savings. officials from the department of human services say they are working to ensure a smooth transition to the new program. new at noon, it's not the holiday season yet, but a group of local 5th graders have their list and they're checking it twice. st. pius school in urbandale is donating shoes, coats, and more to another local school in need.
>> it will help a lot of kids at holy family school and i know i would be happy if i just got a new coat. mollie: it's all apart of the shoes that fit program. this year the students and families of st. pius were able to raise $716. and collect 54 coats and 46 pairs of shoes and boots for the children at holy family school. >> the real purpose of the program is to help kids be able to go to school and not worry about the way they are addressed. they have a new pair of shoes in a warm coats of the ego outside resource -- recessed. mollie: the fifth graders will deliver all those clothes this afternoon. don't think you will need the code today but maybe in a couple of days it will come in handy. let's check in with jason. jason: we will get slapped right back to reality soon. we have one more reasonable day before that happens. sitting in the 60's now and a
chance to head up the 70 today. we will be locked in with a good portion of our day-to-day. fortunately those of the case over the last couple of evenings. we got to see the aurora borealis here in iowa. there is the potential to see that. a beautiful shot and you can see the hugh on the horizon -- hue on the horizon. the clouds of not wanted to get out of here. a chance they could be some peaks of sunshine as you head throughout the day today. other than that, looking to stay fairly locked in with clouds and gusty winds. right now out of the south in some spots upwards of 31 miles per hour sustained out there. yes, it will be warm and noble be the comfort for your day. the wind not so much. down to 65 by 6:00 p.m. we have rain and temperatures back into the 30's in the forecast. i will break that down coming up in about 10 minutes.
mollie: the wreckage of the russian jetliner in egypt is yielding new clues. the debris points to a catastrophic event bringing down the plane. all 224 people on board died. allen pizzey is in cairo with the investigation's new focus . it's new at noon. reporter: the search area has been widened again to 15 square miles. russian officials say the efforts will continue for at least two more days and can be extended. yesterday's search yielded some small parts of the plane, passengers personal belongings, and fragments of human remains. more than 30 bodies have been identified. all public events in russia today will start with a minutes silence to honor the victim. russian media are reporting that bodies of passengers from the rear section of the plane have different injuries and those sitting in the forward section. the tail section was found in the three miles from the main fuselage. reinforcing the theory that it broke off to do damage caused 14 years ago the plane suffered
it hit the ground before the wheels on landing. a bomb could have the same effect, but with no affirmative it's so far of an explosion other than two flashes picked by u.s. satellite russian officials are warning against speculation. and isis affiliate continues to claim responsibility. the banner on the latest tweet reads " we took it down so die in your range." according to international protocols, final judgment must include experts from russia, egypt, france, ireland, germany, and airbus. all of them have vested interest in one kind or another. mollie: that isis claim has been dismissed by russian, and egyptian officials second only the terrorists believe it -- possess the technology to shoot down a jet about 30,000 feet. the woman accused of purposely driving around a barricade before crashing into spectators at oklahoma state university's homecoming parade has been
formally charged with 4 counts of second-degree murder, as well as 46 counts of felony assault. the charges were filed this morning. 25-year-old adacia chambers has remained jailed in stillwater on a $1 million bond since the october 24 crash. health news is next. women who've had mastectomy's due to breast cancer may now be able to look like they did before all in one step. and we'll tell you where an erupting volcano is causing
>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at noon with mollie cooney and meteorologist jason sydejko. mollie: a diagnosis of breast cancer is scary in itself. then there's the prospect of losing both breasts. now, a growing number of hospitals are doing reconstruction immediately after a mastectomy. and as jamie yuccas shows us, it's helping women to go home feeling whole. reporter: rebecca schedule is always full what her family's history of cancer always wait on
>> my mother and grandmother and great-grandmother all had breast cancer. reporter: when she was 35 c found that she to have the earliest form. because a bilateral vasectomy which is called a one and done approach would allow her doctor to remove cancer and a plastic surgeon to do the reconstruction immediately afterwards. >> how is a really? reporter: her doctor is the chair of searchable oncology in boston. he says the benefits are huge. >> after surgery to get to see that the skin, the neville, the size of the breast is the same as it was before she went to sleep. it's something that we cannot offer a few years ago. reporter: a study by the american society of plastic surgeons found the surgery offers importance ecological benefits for the patient, including an immediate return to normal body image. in the past women would have a mastectomy and combat for reconstruction months later.
one and done is not for everyone. women who have had radiation or need it might not be good candidates. >> their skin and body and tissue is already received a dose of radiation that inhibits or prevents normal healing. reporter: rebecca took about six weeks to recover and then got back to her busy life. >> if i had to drag it out over several months it just wouldn't delete my life and i was not in a position to do that and i did not want to do that. reporter: three months after the procedure she was pregnant with her third child. >> my focus is on my family and my kids and making sure we're all embracing each other and the time. reporter: jamie yuccas, boston. mollie: doctors say if cancer is found in the nipple tissue it cannot be done. volcanic ash from indonesia's mount rinjani is grounding flights at bali's international airport and two domestic
airports until thursday. officials say tremors are being recorded continuously, and they say there's a good chance of more eruptions. nearly 700 flights have been canceled so far. we have one more day to enjoy this wonderful weather and then it sounds like changes on the way. jason: big changes. i hope everybody can get out and suck it up and enjoy the sunshine because our case of summer is fleeting. it will be gone before you know it. today is the last day. lamoille be nearly as warm as we as seen the last couple of days but it will leave of average. our average sits in the middle 50's across the state right now. you look across iowa and we are in the low to mid 60's through a good portion of the western area. otherwise upper 50's up to the east. winds of change are upon us. really strong winds out there. these are sustained winds of 31
it's reasonably warm up there but it is blustery. as you head out and about, hang onto your hat extra hard because you will need to. the clouds we started the day off with our still out there and there's a good likelihood they will stay out there for a while. a panorama right now. the winds pushing the water and you can see the flag flapping. keep the wind in the storm for a good portion of the day but it will be nice by way of temperature. you see that climb all the way to 70 degrees. keeping the breeze alive into the evening as well. the temperature drops to 61 as we head for the evening and we do see a brief break in the clouds in the afternoon before receivers reinvigorated into the evening. don't expect too much sunshine today. you can see low-level stuff. the returns on satellite and you can see how low the clouds are. we will work a system in from the west and never will be the catalyst for our next wet
this is the system. you can see an elongated area of low pressure that will continue to push its way eastward. it will drag a cold front across iowa. it will bring in some light showers early on in the morning. mainly for southeastern portions of the state. sec on futurecast, another round of potential thunderstorms as we head into the evening hours tomorrow. mainly just the cloud cover. you can see it starting to get thick as we head into the overnight. the first round of showers, and i think this is a little overdone, definitely the potential for some showers early on. i think this is just a little bit underdone and we will see slightly stronger action -- showers and thunderstorms into the evening hours. that clears out and once it does we do have more sunshine on the way. temperatures will take a hit. 70 today. we're down to the mid-50's tonight. get out and enjoy the decent weather we have got. 68 degrees is what we are dropping to and the average of
this time of year is 56. the upper 60's for your thursday. as we head of the weekend it is looking pretty decent. may 50's, sunshine, more fall-like. we are not talking any plunges quite yet. mollie: keep the snow out west and they had a lot already. sounds good. if the deal. still to come gift baskets for , friends, relatives, yourself, even your dog or cat. that's what you'll find next
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. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change. right to rise usa is responsiblefor the content of this message. mollie: welcome back. it's hard to imagine the holidays are fast approaching with this weather. if you want to get your shopping done all at one time, do we have the place for you. the des moines women's club is having a basket auction next tuesday, november 10 and the early evening. paula schaefer is here with some of the goodies in the next flash and. they are coming in. tell us about des moines's women's club for people who may not be familiar with what all you do. guest: we are at hoyt sherman on woodland avenue. we've been there for over 100 years.
we have meetings every wednesday from october through may. we do a lot of projects for scholarships and for our general fund so it makes it so we can give these scholarships, hence the basket auction. and keep our projects going and keep us visible in the community. mollie: we have a wonderful art gallery. guest: the art gallery that the women's club started years ago. [laughter] it's wonderful programs. mollie: and looking for new members? guest: we are always looking for new members and new ideas for new programs. and we're always looking for volunteers to do programs. we guarantee them a free lunch. mollie: you can't argue with that. . tell us about the basket auction you brought one example but
guest: this is an office basket put together by jane bowland, one of our club members. we will have glamour basket, cat baskets, dog baskets, gardening baskets. we have one from a man. there is a girls night in and we have donations from a lot of the stores in the east village. mollie: cooking baskets? guest: cooking baskets. a fudge basket. mollie: that's it. i am done. it will start at 5:30? guest: it starts at 5:30 and they will be whining cheese. we will have the primo baskets that will be out on the tables in the gallery. the buyers room will be closed. you will see baskets that are
the best ones that we will be auctioning off. we are a number system this year for bidding. that is new. that should be fun. mollie:? there are some that you should buy ray bennett a comedy -- right then and take them home? guest: you have to bid on them but then you can take a home. $10. it can be purchased at the receptionist desk at hoyt sherman place. three for $25 if you buy them before tuesday, the day of the auction. and you can also buy them at the door or you could come down and buy them today. mollie: you hundred and -- had to desmoineswself. dad: no? culligan man: no. anncr: leave it to the experts. with a culligan whole-house water softening system, you get better water, and service you can actually count on.
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