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, cambridge street across from findley elementary in des moines. mark: please tell as there were several people inside this house here in north des moines. please say you can still see on the scene processing. we are told at that one of the people inside this house shop another. the suspect, we are told, fled the scene. they do believe this was an isolated incident. they are saying the public doesn't have to be concerned right now of a gunman randomly shooting people. we did not get a description of the suspect by police. as far as the victim, not a lot information there, either. they did not know that victims condition. several people in the house of been taken to the police department to be interviewed.
and kcci.com. live in north des moines, mark tauscheck, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. latest on our website and the kcci at. stacey: new at 10:00 marijuana , could soon be legal in parts of iowa. us how this could happen. she is in tama. vanessa: marijuana is not legal in iowa right now, but it could soon be growing in the state. might be home to a booming marijuana business. >> i think it can be beneficial. >> i really don't think we need to have a place where it's available. vanessa: a native american tribe based out of northeast nebraska with land in iowa has it's eyes on monona county. omaha tribal leaders approved referendums giving the tribal council authority to legalize marijuana for recreational and medicinal use, as well as to grow plants for hemp. closer to home, near tama, home to the sac and fox tribe, we asked people what they thought about the possibility of pot on the meskwaki settlement.
>> the only thing i see is more people coming in to get high but they will probably just be at the resort the whole time. it won't really impact us, but i could see people getting mad about it. >> if they were controlling it, i would have no problem. >> it wouldn't bother me at all because i wouldn't have a thing to do with it. vanessa: state drug control policy leaders say pot in iowa is a bad idea. >> is it worth it to have some additional revenue if in the end youre going to be harming your young people and you're going to put people's lives at risk? vanessa: we did reach out to the sac and fox tribe but their communications person was unavailable today. near tama, vanessa peng, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. kevin: iowa drug control policy leaders say it's uncertain how federal law will treat marijuana on native american reservations and places like the meskwaki settlement. the proposed bakken oil pipeline next week in boone. but we've learned demand is so overwhelming for the public hearing, the iowa utilities
sign up in advance. and they have limited it to roughly 200 speakers. kcci's ryan smith in studio now to explain how quickly those spots filled up. ryan: those wanting to speak next week have to call the iowa utilities board to claim a spot. the board allotted all day today and tomorrow for the sign up process but get this the spots filled up shortly after lunchtime. since its proposal, the bakken oil pipeline has spurred a firestorm debate, heated opinions both for and against. today went wet -- today callers , phoned in by the hundreds, requesting to speak at next week's public hearing. lois hamilton manages the phones for the iowa utilities board. >> today i've been on the phone , a lot more than usual. ryan: by 2:00 the board filled p.m., all 210 slots, 105 speakers representing each side. names and addresses cover all 4 corners of iowa. it even generated out of state interest.
people from kentucky, indiana, and missouri are signed up. >> we've received a lot of objections from people who are not land owners and who are just interested in the issue and so this is really an opportunity for them to speak. ryan: speakers have two minutes to make their case. comments will switch between supporters and opponents. iowa citizens for community improvement protests the format saying it creates a false , illusion of equal opposition and support. >> if you look at the numbers of letters of support and objections that are even documented by the utilities board, the vast majority of those coming from iowans actually are objections. ryan: the iub reports they've received about 4500 letters from each side weighing in on the proposed pipeline. the board says it will not make a decision on this controversial project until after an evidence hearing.
kevin: the trial started today in the beating death of an elderly des moines man. police say 19-year-old ngor makuey broke into a home in july of 2014, killing 97-year-old rupert anderson, and injuring rupert's wife harriet. firefighter and paramedic jordan van ness says when he arrived on the scene, he saw someone matching the description of makuey casually and calmly walking away from the anderson's home. the prosecution also presented evidence they said was obtained from makuey's cell phone. -- cell phone including searches , on homicide-related websites. testimony continues tomorrow. kcci's kim st. onge will be there. you can follow her reports on twitter. she will have live updates. stacey: right now there have , been nearly 900 calls to des moines police reporting shots fired so far this year. that's up from last year's total, 848 calls. but, police say calls for service aren't true indicators of crime rates. that's because sometimes they turn out to be nothing or multiple people call about the same incident. >> you look at our numbers of
capita and the burglaries per capita. those numbers indicate that it's a very safe community. stacey: police use the calls for service statistics to determine which neighborhoods need extra enforcement, especially during the summer months. kevin: president obama says terrorism could be behind the russian jetliner crash in egypt. kcci's steve karlin is live in-studio with the latest on the crash. steve: besides the president british prime minister david , cameron says intelligence and information they have gathered indicates there may have been a bombing. but both egypt and russia say the west is just speculating.as -- is just speculating. as russian search teams haul away more evidence to determine what caused the jetliner to crash in the egyptian desert cbs news has learned that u.s. intelligence now regards terrorism as the leading theory. the doomed plane took off last saturday before it broke apart 23 minutes into the flight, killing all 224 people on board.
aviation experts say if there was a bomb, the wreckage and bodies will provide the evidence. so far, search teams have recovered 140 bodies from the crash site. investigators say it could take a month to analyze the flight recorders. despite all that, a group of drake university students is still taking off for cairo egypt a week from tomorrow. , they're concern is improving relations between u.s. and arab students, not the plane crash. >> where the plane crashed and where it was potentially attacked is in sinai, which is not anywhere near cairo. also, we're flying to cairo from istanbul, a and that flight path is not anywhere near sinai. steve: emma wilson says the parents are more concerned than the students. the kids feel safe because the professor leading the tour is egyptian. live in-studio, steve karlin, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. kevin: right now the fort worth,
, texas area cleaning up after a tornado ripped through the area this afternoon. a large section of the metal roof was thrown down to cars parked below. no injuries were reported. meanwhile in arizona, , record-breaking snowfall on the ground near flagstaff nine inches breaking a 90 year record for that area. police responded to dozens of crashes and slide-offs on area highways. one person was killed in a weather-related collision. nothing like that here but we did get some weather earlier. kurtis gertz is here with a recap and a look ahead. kurtis: line of thunderstorms moved on through. hit up around dubuque and southwestern wisconsin. all about moving northeast at about 30 miles per hour. big temperature change. the 24-hour temperature change. last night at this time, we were
up in northwestern iowa, many locations 20 degrees colder than last night. this is the scene from waukee. average high this time of year, 53. just got a bouncing back to normal. , some sunshine. -- noon, some sunshine. how about we give you an early look at your weekend. right now, it looks to be pretty sunny. i think sunday morning, going to be some frost out there. sunshine for the afternoon and a high as 57. kevin: right now, we're continuing to follow that shooting investigation near findley elementary on des moines' north east side. des moines police are still searching for a suspect. they say one person was shot in the chest and arm. no word on that person's condition or identity or a motive. we'll continue to keep you updated as we learn more.
>> announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with kevin cooney, stacey horst, chief meteorologist john mclaughlin, and iowa's sportscaster of the year andy garman. stacey: new at 10:00 it's the , crime that can happen to anyone. every year there are more than 2200 break-ins in des moines. day. kcci's laura terrell joins us live to show us how easily it can happen to any of us. laura: it truly is the crime that affects anyone. no matter where you live your house could be vulnerable. that's why we're here in des moines to show you what a live break it looks like and how quickly it can happen. it's dark out. we have a burglar standing by.
ready, set, go. he's already inside. it took just seconds. he already has a bag, a phone, keys. the scary thing is that many burglars have done this for a living, they know what to look for, they know how to go through documents, find financial information, they know what personal items to look for. just a few seconds, he has already gotten away with a lot of things. joining me now is security expert tom conley of conley security. you help people prevent their home from getting broken into. what if a typical burglary? -- was this a typical burglary? >> yes it was. very quick and very violent.
the bad guys want to get in and out as quick as possible. laura: this one took 42 seconds. that is how quickly they get in and get things, but really, burglars can stay in your home for hours if you are not home. have metal or solid wood core deadbolt. >> doors of the most common entry point, so it is important to have a door that is solid and also reinforced frame, a lock that is not easily picked. that helps preclude a brute force attack. laura: always have windows secured and blinds drawn. >> the second most common attack vector for burglars are windows, especially in the back. you want to have the blinds drawn so they can't see if there is anybody inside. it denies that the reconnaissance and surveillance and makes it difficult for them
laura: tip number three, always trim your shrubs. >> bad guys like cover and concealment. what we want to do is to deny them cover and concealment by back. you do not have a place to hide, so they will likely move on. laura: these are testing keep burglars from coming altogether. but say you do experience a break-in. there are also things you can do to make sure you are more likely to -- more likely to get your items back. first one, have a good inventory of your valuables. >> that is critical to prove what you have to the insurance company and also, to get in the law enforcement system for documentation. laura: that goes along with our next tip.
the basic to do is get on your smartphone and taking a lot of pictures of your stuff. >> started one side of the room, go around, and articulate what you are filming and then preserve that video in a safe place, preferably a safety deposit box. don't keep it at home. laura: this is something you really do not think to do. have serial numbers documented for all of your electronics. computer, ipad, tv. >> anything with serial numbers, you want to list and you want the video. not only and approved the insurance companies that is what you had, but also, it is important for law enforcement. the other thing is to keep receipts if you can for your high-value items. laura: we really appreciate your expertise. this can happen to anyone.
you saw how quickly it happened, 42 seconds here. we have more tips on our website, kcci.com. live in des moines, laura terrell, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. kevin: some good advice on the weather, too. it is getting cooler, wear a jacket. kurtis: a cold front will do that. what a dramatic change. yesterday at this time we were in the 60's. before this all arrived, we tied a record today. all record at 75. wind chill's early in the morning hour. how about upper 30's. west wind at noon. typically, we top out at around 53. six of 5 p.m. temperature, 48.
1700s in jordan creek. officially in the metro, six hundredths of an inch. a little band moving out of eldon and over toward fairfield. look at this will line of storms moving through very quickly. still some storms from st. louis down towards the boot hill of missouri and even a little bit of light snow in northern minnesota. this front moves through. settling in. that is setting us up for a cool but sunny weekend. storms in eastern iowa. with clear out some sunshine on friday. develop as the day goes along. whole lot of sunshine across the clouds. sunny skies as we move into sunday.
temperatures tonight getting down to 43. still a brisk northwest wind. tomorrow, 54. even with that cool down, still above normal. west winds, 10-15. saturday, back in 1991, on november 7, was our earliest below zero reading when we had three below. sunday starts out with widespread frost. 57, sunshine. tuesday, a high of 60 degrees. looks like rain chances will increase late wednesday into thursday. more 50's to finish out your week. kevin: continue to follow the breaking news on the northeast side. a shooting on cambridge street. mark: we're right across the street from findlay elementary school. i just talked to police a moment
they believe the victim has non-life-threatening injuries and was shot in the arm. there are still a couple officers here at the scene working to identify exactly what happened. we are told there were several people who were in the house when this happened. some of them have been taken down to the police department for questioning. we are told they have cooperated. the suspect, who apparently shot the victim, fled the scene. police aren't telling us now if it was by car or on foot. police are telling us that they believe this was an isolated incident and that the public should not be alarmed that there shooting people. we do not have a description of the suspect at this time, but we just learned that the victim was shot, police believe, in the arm injuries. stay tuned to kcci news and
the the embers. -- you see bobby evers. it is hard to tell the difference. corrects fake eyelashes to match his eyelashes. you have to be very careful about applying fake eyelashes. stacey: who knew a little makeup would be such a hit. bobby says the one person not so hot on the halloween fun? his mom. she was a little uncomfortable by the whole thing. kevin: father and son spend a they work at the bend, oregon they say they're surprised by the attention, and hope the ellen show calls. with sports. football playoffs.
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.
senior running back is the real deal. white was born in liberia, a country in west africa. his family moved to america when he was a baby and eventually settled in rhode island. right now, they are all spread out. his mom is back in africa and his dad is in minnesota. sophomore year, t-boy moved to des moines to live with his uncle. got all that? this year as a senior, he has emerged as a 1000 yard rusher and helped the dragons to their first 4a quarterfinal game in school history. >> it was a crazy journey but, to think back, i am grateful for what happened. my little is a great guy and i am glad to be here. football here is way better than football in rhode island. >> he came here as a sophomore. he walked into camp on august. he had a great attitude, great personality, hard worker. he has a little something about.
scott: t-boy hopes to play for college football next year. we will see, but we know he gets to play in friday's 4a quarterfinal. love all that plus many more from across the state. we will have that and much more coming up on our football friday night edition tomorrow night. kickoff for the hawkeyes at indiana is set for 2:30 saturday. the hoosiers have lost 4 straight but boast the top offense of the big ten. cyclones and sooners kick in norman at 6:00 on espnu. the hawkeye wrestling program is only ranked fourth in the nation in the preseason polls. you can always count on tom brands to say what he thinks. especially at media day. a national title is the goal and then some. >> at what point does your improvement, judged by the heart and correct rule that you are kicking peoples butts. that is what is important to the
they are winning matches consistently and asserting themselves as the best in the country and the world. scott: it was a record crowd of over 11,000 at wells fargo arena today for the iowa wild. how'd they get so many fans? the other choice was school. hockey will win that every time. iowa was facing milwaukee. the admirals pontus aberg scored. milwaukee won it 3-0 on wild about education day. they are more wild about getting on the big screen. basketball is here. exhibition basketball at least. the cyclone women hosted midwestern states tonight in ames. it was a slow first half for the