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tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> this is breaking news. mollie: we begin with breaking news this noon. less than an hour ago, the polk county sheriff's office told us they've made two arrests in connection to a road rage shooting incident that occurred on october 22 near goode's greenhouse. police say the driver of the vehicle is 25-year-old maria
eshom of des moines. she's been arrested charged with first degree robbery, felon in possession of a firearm, as well as for another arrest warrant out of texas. 32-year-old dewayne cole was also arrested and charged with intimidation with a dangerous weapon, felon in possession of a firearm, as well as harassment of a police officer. police say the road rage began near the on northeast 14th and that polk county deputies were called to the 1000 block of ne 50th avenue on reports of gunfire a short time later. when deputies arrived, they discovered a single vehicle accident. a vehicle had entered the ditch and struck a fence on the property of goode greenhouse. deputies were told that an argument had taken place near the motel 6 and both vehicles left one following the other. , they say that cole allegedly opened fire on the victims vehicle causing it to crash. both are currently being held in the polk county jail. police are continuing to ask for the public's help this afternoon and finding out who is responsible for a deadly
shooting early yesterday outside evolution nightclub at 4397 northwest 6th drive in des moines. officials say people were fighting in the parking lot and shots were fired. four people were hit. 20-year-old dashawn smith was killed. polk county sheriff's deputies say it's been difficult getting witnesses to talk. >> there were several hundred people in and around the club when this incident occurred. and what we need is the community's help. mollie: if you have any information regarding the shooting, you can pass that along anonymously just by calling crimestoppers. 515-223-1400. police did make an arrest in the shooting in waukee. right now brendan mcguinness is charged in the shooting death of 41-year-old gino risola. police say mcguinness shot risola several times early saturday morning with a automatic on saturday morning. hours later, mcguinness was found barely conscious on a sidewalk on des moines' east side. people who lived near 28th and capitol say they didn't know who
he was at the time. one neighbor says mcguinness was bleeding from the head, so he called 911. mcguinness is currently in the dallas county jail. bond has been set at $1 million. we'll be in a polk county courtroom this afternoon when a mother charged in the death of her 5-year-old daughter is set to enter a plea deal and be sentenced today. tionne bloodsaw of des moines faces child endangerment and drug charges after her daughter was found dead in october of 2014. a toxicology report shows that the girl died from an overdose of morphine. police also arrested bloodsaw's boyfriend deshaun trombone. he was sentenced to 65 years in prison last month. in other news today, the president of the university of missouri system says he is resigning amid student criticism of his handling of racial issues. tim wolfe says his resignation is effective immediately.
>> under pressure from students, the university of missouri's president resigned this morning. >> resignation to heal, not to hate, and let's move forward together for a brighter tomorrow. >> students have been demanding the resignation of tim wolfe because they say he did not do enough to address racially charged incidents on campus. in one event, swastika was found in a residence hall drawn with human feces. residents said racial slurs were yelled at them on at least two incidences. protesters have been demanding change for months and this weekend, the football team went on strike vowing not to play until the president steps down. >> it is about fairness, not about kimmel resigning, but -- not about tim wolfe resigning. >> he took responsibility for his actions and the frustration that followed.
mollie: we were at the iowa state house this morning when major general timothy orr to recruitment and training of female officer candidates within iowa guard ranks. orr says that of the 2200 member of the iowa air guard just 18. the number is even less in the iowa army national guard where just 15% of its soldiers are women. major general orr says that's initiative to raise the visibility of women in officers roles. >> and this is an opportunity for us to aggressively recruit new members from diverse populations into the iowa national guard. mollie: also this morning, the governor passed along an update on the effort to get more iowa veterans hired. he says so far iowa home base , initiative has led to the hiring of over 1500 iowa vets with 900 iowa businesses taking it was a great weekend. we're looking at another nice week ahead, but possibly a little rain. let's check in now with frank for a first look at your
forecast. frank: we have been spoiled with these temperatures well above average, sitting at 58 right now in the metro. the wind is a little breezy out of the south, at times near 15 miles per hour. those temperatures killing really nice. low 60's already around sioux city, iowa. those nice temperature sticking around step 2:00, 59. i think we will make it up to around 60 by the end of the day. south winds in place pumping up our temperatures. 56 by 4:00. jackets after sunset, week will down quickly to 49. the time changes in the forecast. rain, thunderstorms, and chapters for daytime highs in the 40's. mollie: dr. ben carson says he is being unfairly attacked by stories he's used during his campaign. and as craig boswell reports, a lot of voters are taking his side.
back against the media questioning his life story. >> i simply cannot sit still and watch unfairness. i'm always going to call that out when i see it. >> carson says the media is treating him unfairly by looking into claims in his autobiography "gifted hands" that he stabbed another boy when he was a teen and was offered a full scholarship to west point, even though he never applied. >> you notice i said, "was offered." i didn't say i received it. >> carson says the vetting has intensified because he's risen in the polls and says other candidates don't have to go through this. >> is he kidding? a couple of days of being asked about something you put in your books? i have to tell you, i don't have a lot of sympathy. he should answer the questions forthrightly and directly. if he does, the american people will accept it. if he doesn't, he's got a problem. >> but how much of a problem this is for carson remains to be seen. at least temporarily, his attacks on the media for digging into his past are working out pretty well. >> he's raised a lot of money
back he's showing the voters , that he's a fighter. you know, one of the knocks against him was that he was kind of sleepy. well he's been taking these head , on. >> dr. carson tweeted out a thanks to the media, saying his campaign has raised $3.5 million this past week alone. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. mollie: in a new monmouth university poll of south carolina, republican voters taken before the questions became public dr. carson is in a , virtual tie with donald trump in the early voting state. and a reminder, we are fast approaching the second democratic presidential debate, cbs, live from drake university, and cohosted by kcci. that's this saturday, november 14 starting at 8:00 p.m. this week, kcci will have a three part in-depth look at some of issues that will be covered. it all starts tonight at 10:00 with the minimum wage dilemma. our todd magel sat down with a
sanders, and the head of the iowa federation of labor. all discussing the minimum wage of $7.25. tuesday night is part two , college affordability. discuss the problems with financial aid, loans, and balancing jobs to pay for schooling. part three wednesday night, the trouble with years of wage stagnation suffered by much of the nation pass -- nations middle class. we hear from a working mom, an iowa economist, and hillary clinton about income not keeping up with the cost of living. those stories all right here on kcci 8 news at 10:00 this week. and look for more follow up stories on the debate issues in the des moines register this week as well. contractors for canadian pacific railway are working to clear more than a dozen derailed train cars in southern wisconsin after hundreds of gallons of crude oil spilled from one tanker. a fire chief says residents who fled dozens of homes following the spill a day earlier cannot yet return home as cleanup continues. 13 of 110 cars derailed in
watertown yesterday afternoon the second derailment in , wisconsin in as many days. the stress on the nations rail system to haul crude oil has been a focus since the president's decision not to back the keystone xl pipeline last week. critics of that decision say in just the past two years, more fuel has been spilled in us rail -- u.s. rail incidents than was spilled in previous 37 years combined. still ahead, details on u.s. intercepted chatter from isis terrorists claiming they had an insider at airport where an ill fated russian flight originated . and two americans are gunned down while training security personnel in the middle east.
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el-sheikh airport. sources say it is looking more likely than not that isis used a bomb to bring down the russian jetliner killing 224 people. , with the search for wreckage and bodies almost completed, russian emergency workers held a memorial ceremony at the crash site, laying roses on one of the plane's wings. a full analysis of the evidence they've found will take time, and russian investigators have asked the fbi for assistance. 14-year-old victim alisa vitalieva was buried over the weekend, mourned by her grandparents among many others. she was traveling with her mother irina. her body has not yet been identified. russia has begun a monumental airlift to bring 79,000 of its citizens out of egypt, but president vladimir putin won't let it go at that if isis is guilty in the view of cbs news senior security contributor and former cia deputy director michael morell. >> i think putin's reaction is going to be to go after isis in a very big way to show them the cost of doing this to his country. >> underscoring the theory that
someone sneaked a bomb in board the plane, workers at sharm el sheikh airport said egyptian security officials have questioned them and planes planes -- parked overnight on the tarmac had armed guards. allen pizzey, cbs news, sharm el-sheikh, egypt. mollie: crash investigators say they are 90% sure a noise heard on the cockpit voice recorder in the final seconds of the flight was the sound of an explosion caused by a bomb. two americans are dead after being shot today at a police training center in jordan. officials say a jordanian policeman opened fire on foreign trainers, killing the two americans, one south african and wounding six others. president obama says the u.s. is taking very seriously an attack in jordan and will be working with jordan to conduct a full investigation. the president today also is meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu for the first time in more than a year. mr. obama says it's no secret that the security situation has deteriorated and that he wants to work with israel to get back
nuclear deal with iran continue to strain ties between the longtime allies. turning to the weather, frank m at the bike paths were crazy busy. frank: those temperatures feeling good. yeah the sunshine out there. marian sent me this on my facebook page. you can see some birds flying around. beautiful fall colors starting to diminish a little bit, but still out there. thank you for sending the in. look at the temperatures, 58 degrees. pretty mild afternoon. 55, waterloo. 50 eight, mason city. you can see the wind blowing a little bit. take a look at this flag flapping in the wind. wind out of the south, little breezy, but not gusty by any stretch of the imagination, sustained at the airport at seven miles per hour but at times could be near 10 to 15
miles per hour this afternoon. temperatures stay pretty warm. looking pretty good. 2:00, 59 degrees. 56 by 4:00. after sunset, we cool down back tonight. satellite and radar, mainly clear skies across the midwest. high-pressure to the south. in the back side of that system, we see a return flow meaning winds out of the south and two bidders above average for this time of year. by the way, we should be around 52, 53 degrees. we spent the last several days in the upper 50's and around 60, so that feels pretty good. that area of high pressure will be scooting off to the south and east. throughout the day tuesday, more clouds. this frontal system pulls through on wednesday, bringing is a pretty good chance for rain, especially toward the end of the day on wednesday. this area of low pressure will be pulling through. it is wrapping in cooler air, could even see snow flurries on the backside of the system.
as the system pulls out, a very thursday. we will start to dry down and much, much cooler behind the frontal system with temperatures only making it into the 50's for afternoon highs. today looks great. tuesday, a few more clouds by the afternoon. wednesday, you will notice that rain starts in the west, and built across the state throughout the afternoon and evening. it looks like the heaviest rain falls in the evening hours on wednesday. then we will start to clear out by the day on thursday. beautiful today, 60 degrees, seasonably warm. wind out of the south at 10 to 15. 39 tonight. three have a day forecast, the chance of rain on wednesday, 62 degrees. i think the best chance of rain should be toward the end of the day. as you take a look, the heaviest rain in the evening, heaviest storms also look to be in the evening. some on the strong side.
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we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? mollie: iowa has had a long history of welcoming immigrants to our state and not only are those immigrants calling iowa home, they are establishing excess will businesses and careers. the eighth annual immigrant entre north summit is the number 21st -- entrepreneur summit is november 21. thank you both for coming in. congratulations on the 8th tea year. tell us a little bit about ies. >> it started in 2008. it is here to help immigrants who are new to the country, learning all of the logistics
and rules to start a business successfully. >> how many new businesses have started since last year? >> 160 new businesses. 160 new businesses operating in started by immigrants since last november. mollie: and they need help. the summit, you have given awards in the past, but what is it about? >> the best part about this day, we bring these business owners to gather and they can communicate with each other, but also we do seminars so it is a day of learning to move forward with their businesses. we give things -- we have a legal seminar, tax seminars, insurance seminars, social media and marketing seminars. it is another way for them to learn and go to a summit that is just focused on their businesses. mollie: and you recognize people every year that have made outstanding achievements. i know we have two this year that you will be recognizing. there is a woman, tell us a
weson of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions,
fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. frank: we are still climbing the
temperature ladder, at least until wednesday, then we will start to drop. thursday's high, 51 degrees. friday, up to 40's for the high. looks like a hard freeze friday night and saturday morning. mollie: do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman