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elizabeth: and hawkeyes make history. why their win over minnesota puts them in the record books, and find out just how close they are to clinching a spot in the conference title game. >> you are watching kcci eight news. elizabeth: good morning, everyone, thanks so much for joining us on kcci 8 news this morning weekends. i'm elizabeth klinge. eric: i'm eric hanson. it's sunday, november 15th. and we want to get right to the latest from paris overnight. investigators there have now identified one of the terrorist attackers. a 29-year-old frenchman who had been flagged for links to islamic radicalism. elizabeth: the death toll still stands at 129 with more than 350 wounded. the attacks are going to be a big topic at this week's g-20 summit in turkey. president obama is there this morning. security there is incredibly tight. eric: and here in the u.s. as well, no credible threats but security is being beefed up in several major cities. cbs's jonathan vigliotti is in
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much on edge. jonathan: thousands of french police and troops swept the streets of paris as the fear of another attack remains all too real here. growing vigils and memorials line the streets as the country mourns. >> we want to go on the street and love again and not feel the fear. jonathan: paris was rocked friday night. french officials says three teams of terrorists, all armed with assault rifles and identical suicide vests, launched coordinated attacks on cafes, a soccer game and a concert hall. >> it's like war. crazy. jonathan 23 year old cal state : student nohemi gonzalez was having dinner with friends when a terrorist opened fire, killing her. >> she brought joy and happiness to everyone she worked with. jonathan: as a precaution, many of the top tourist attractctns here in paris remain closed,
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the lourve museum. french president francois hollande blames isis militants for the carnage. authorities say one of the attackers was born in france and had a petty criminal record. they are searching for accomplices, and vowing to take no mercy when they are tracked down. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news, paris. eric: more now on that extra security in the u.s. armed officers are on guard in new york city's times square. more police also stationed at french government sites in new york, boston and washington. and the nfl will take extra precautions at games today. elizabeth: commitment 2016, the situation in france also shifted the focus of last night's democratic debate here on kcci. as mark tauscheck reports, the discussion focused on national security and foreign policy. mark: of course, paris came first. >> we ask you to join us in moment of silence. mark: how to fight terrorism led to an attack on hilary clinton's
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iraq. >> i think there was one of the worst foreign-policy blunders in the history of the united states. >> i don't think the united states has the bulk of the responsibility. i put that on our side -- assad and the iraqi dictator's. mark: martin o'malley took a shot at the republican front runner during a question on immigration. >> you will never hear this from the immigrant basher donald trump. the truth of the matter is. net immigration from mexico last year was zero. mark: clinton was annoyed by sanders' remarks on campaign contributions. bernie sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everyone knows it. hillary clinton: he has basically used his answer to
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you know, not only do i have hundreds of thousands of donors, most of them small, and for the first time, a majority of my donors are women, 60%. mark: hillary clinton's emails resurfaced. bernie sanders: i was sick and tired, i'm still sick and tired. hillary clitnon: all of us support funding planned parenthood. all of us believe climate change is real. equal pay for equal work. they don't believe in any of that. lets focus on what the debate is about. metinka: immediately following the debate, the spin room was very busy. political leaders and the candidates campaigns had a lot to talk about, as kcci's rose heaphy reports. rose: political supporters are abuzz here in the spin room at drake university and each candidate had to make an impression, but the first point they had to make an impression on was the paris attacks. debbie wasserman schutlz: i
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thought it was important that they focused on that this is not something that can be done with american leadership alone, we need to work collabortively with our allies. rose: but some argued bernie sanders moved on from the subject too quickly. but his supporters say that was his plan all along. tad devine: he also wanted people to understand that the message of his campaign centers on rebuilding the middle class and he wanted to lay that down right from the beginning to the very end. rose: candidates tried their best to point out their differences. sanders and martin o'malley both pointed to hillary clinton's campaign funding from wall street. jennifer palmieri: people had said she was the senator from wall street and i think what she wanted to make clear tonight was that she was the senator for new york and 9/11 and she was proud to help that industry recover. rose: martin o'malley, the lowest in the democratic polls, was the only candidate to make an appearance in the spin room, drawing a swarm of media.
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martin o'malley: i think it was pretty clear that i'm the candidate that offers pretty new leadership and the ability to get things done and a proven track record to bring people together. rose: this of course isn't the last iowa will see of the candidates with the caucus coming just a couple months away. in des moines, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news iowa's news leader. elizabeth: and as co-sponsor of the event, kcci got special access to the democratic debate. eric: alyx sacks joins us from drake university. alyx, who did moderators say had a strong showing? alyx: eric and elizabeth, there are a lot of good things for all three candidates. something different from the first debate is a lot of analysts think there wasn't one obvious and clear winner. kcci's kevin cooney was a co-moderator. he got to ask questions related to immigration and education. cooney says he feels the two strongest candidates due to their strong personalities were clinton and sanders. but he also says o'malley came out much stronger than the first debate.
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one positive point for voters, candidates were able to separate themselves and their ideas. like minimum wage. clinton says $12 dollars. where sanders and o'malley are following the suit of $15. candidates really went head to head and had different ideas on how they would handle wall street. analyst denis goldford says that's when clinton proved her toughness. dennis: the sharp elbows enable hillary clinton to show that she's tough, that she could take a punch as well as give one, so while they went after her in various ways that actually helped her. kevin: the intensity of all three of these people and how they care passionately about their issues and how they care passionately about how they feel. that's what comes across i think when you see them in person. alyx: coming up next, what kevin thought about this experience. what he wishes he could have done. that story in 30 minutes.
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eric: we have a lot of people in town for that debate and it has been beautiful weather-wise. frank: folks not from iowa are probably not used to these temperatures they probably expected cooler for this weekend. 47 here, 43 for ames, 45 for fort dodge. our average high temperature is 48 degrees. when you wake up in the mid to upper 40's you think things are probably heading in the right direction for the afternoon. just a few high clouds, mainly clear skies across the region. moisture down to the south lifting to the north throughout the next couple of days bringing us a slight chance for rain tomorrow and better chances tuesday and wednesday. 47 here in des moines, knoxville at 27. north platte, 30, throughout the afternoon it will be nice, 62
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degrees and more clouds by the afternoon. we start the day with sunshine. partly sunny, breezy today, 62, rain tomorrow morning at mid 50's for highs. we are going to track all this coming up in a bit. elizabeth: thanks frank. well, we have to break from paris and the debate to talk about the huge, history making win by the iowa hawkeyes. eric: it was a blackout blowout. eric: a blackout blowout! the team certainly looked intimidating taking the field against minnesota at kinnick. two standout performances, leshun daniels rushed for a career-high 195 yards and three touchdowns. and cj beathard threw for 213 yards and ran for two td's. it was enough to get the win, 40 to 35 over the gophers. the hawks are now 10 and oh for the first time in school history. andy garman will tell us what this means for conference play a little bit later this half hour. elizabeth: now unfortunately the news is not so great for iowa state. the cyclones were ahead for much of the game, but with 3 minutes
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left, oklahoma threw for a 7-yard touchdown pass, giving them a 35-31 victory over iowa state. a big bummer. andy will also have more on the loss a little bit later. trending on twitter, we tell you which candidate got the most tweets during the debate. eric: and the top moment according to facebook. we also want to leave you with how the world the showing support for paris. you see the world trade center lit up in the colors, just one
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>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning weekend. with alyx sacks and meteorologist metinka slater. frank: welcome back, yesterday was a great day temperature wise with sunshine most of the day. 66, off to the north and fort
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dodge, low 60's. mason city at 62. look at this, not bad with ankeny at 46. really, no real cool spots around the state. i'm not saying it's not cool outside but for this time of year these are looking good. maybe a few high clouds out there, i think we will see more clouds by the afternoon hours. that will eventually lead to a chance for rain. next few days on the warm side but by the end of this week, friday at 47, saturday 44 with rain. elizabeth: back to the debate now, hillary clinton surprised supporters by stopping by a debate watch party. clinton thanked everyone for their hard work on behalf of the campaign. and she said she looked forward to returning next november for a big victory party, saying iowa will turn blue. also watching the debate, a voter panel. kcci brought 17 voters together, many of them undecided, to see
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how this second debate could make or break a candidate. the group engaged in discussion about what they thought the candidates would address, and then watched the debate together to see if they were right. after the debate, they were asked to share who they think won the show. kerwin dobbins: i think all of the candidates really stood out, and each of them had something individual to say that made them stand out. thomas banse: i just thought she seemed strong, composed and performed well under pressure. emily enquist: always get really fired up with bernie sanders, honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate about, he really drives his points home. elizabeth: we also want to know what you think. we have a now poll up asking if last night's democratic debate helped you decide on a candidate. you can call or text to 515-200-1508, go to kcci.com or to our kcci facebook page. we'll look at results our next half hour. eric? eric: another way we're getting your reaction to the debate this morning, twitter and facebook.
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this was the first presidential debate that twitter took part in. the social media site says hillary clinton was the most talked about candidate, 44% of tweets with the hashtag demdebate were about her. sanders was second, followed by o'malley. the most tweeted-about issues, energy and the environment was at the top. followed in order by healthcare, immigration, national security and foreign affairs. people on facebook are also talking about the debate. that exchange between clinton and sanders on campaign finance was the most-posted about moment. facebook also showed the most engage states where vermont, new hampshire, oregon, west virginia, and of course, iowa. elizabeth: we want to head back over to frank and we are enjoying a great weekend. frank: nice and dry, warm temperatures. waking up in the low to mid 40's.
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43 in ames, cooler to the north around clarion they check in at 37. skycam looks nice, wind out of the south and southwest keeping temperatures on the milder side. we don't have cloud cover so typically that would allow us to cool down. not the case today, wind a little breezy this afternoon. pressure on the high side about 30 inches on the barometer. we think we will see sunshine to start the day, 48 degrees at 9:00 a.m. and by noon in the 50's. by this afternoon, we bring in more clouds and 3:00 at 62. our daytime high with mid-50's but mostly cloudy skies. sunday. not a whole lot going on around the region, moisture down to the south starting to move its way in. that will eventually lead to rain. possibly late tonight into tomorrow.
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eventually pulling moisture in and bringing a chance for rain especially tomorrow morning into tuesday and wednesday. we will track things from statewide perspectives. clouds around by this evening, rain doesn't move in until very late tonight into early tomorrow morning. about rush-hour time has the first round. best chances for rain are tomorrow morning and we see another chance by tuesday especially in the morning and before noon, then scattered in the afternoon and pull out by the early portion of the day wednesday. dry today, 62. 49 degrees tonight but showers move in after midnight. mild for this time of year, when done of the south at 10-15. 8 day forecast, temperatures drop by the end of the week back in the 40's by friday.
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>> it was a magical day at can it stadium, highlights from the
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cyclones coming up justle are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded byover a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in.
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andy: good morning everybody, yesterday was a day hawkeye fans will long remember. a couple of fantastic events turned out i was way at kinnick stadium. let's work our way back. the blackout game, number five
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playoff rankings, lashawn daniels junior was phenomenal. they run down inside the 10 yard line, he had 195 rushing yards including a 51 yard scamper fourscore and three touchdowns in all. minnesota made it a game a couple of times that the hawkeyes had enough. iowa 110-0 for the first time in school history, beating them 40-35. . next up, senior day. the purdue boilermakers come to town next saturday. this game will kickoff at 11:00 a.m. it be televised nationally by espn2. cyclones said goodbye, and emotional day for the final game ahead of the home crowd.
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ruling a touchdown and after a lengthy review, they decided no touchdown. the ball hit the ground and that was enough to make them: incomplete. i disagree. cyclones kick a field goal but it cost them four points and set of a touchdown. joel lanning plays tremendously well at times, he is a great touchdown run but three minutes to go, oklahoma state takes their first lead of the game on this pass. 35-31, isc's final drive and's on the first play. that's your ballgame, cyclones come close but fall short 35-31. okie state for the win. this is next saturday also at all the :00 a.m., the game is also on nationally televised fox sports one. then isu at west virginia. high school football was rougher
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central iowa teams albia and van meter. both locked in the semi final round. 42,000 plus fans in action to see the hawkeyes take on oklahoma state in its first ever outdoor meet. the grapple on the gridiron, then it got started in a fantastic way for hawkeyes. thomas gilman, major decision to fire up the crowd. iowa had the lead, corey clark had the big down, he went on to get the decision, iowa knocks out the number one team in the country 18 to 16. hawks win for the first time on home turf. >> it was an incredible atmosphere. even i can't deny that and i'm one that loves to talk about the performance. this was a performance in itself. >> i can't describe it even if i tried. i don't think anybody would understand.
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the guys it went out there and wrestled and did it, i wouldn't usually think i would flex like that or celebrate. but i couldn't stop myself. andy: northern iowa's 18 game home-court win, colorado state wind and won 84-78. eric: definitely a big win for the hawkeyes, our tony seeman got back very late from iowa city last night and we'll have some postgame reaction from the players. elizabeth: plus another late-breaking sports story happening, ronda rousey goes down. who pulled off the stunning upset, and how fast she did it, ahead in our next half hour. eric: we will also have more on the debate and the paris terror attacks. memorials like this all over the city this morning, you will see how those attacks are affecting security at nfl games today in
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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 weekend.
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elizabeth: panic in paris. how the city is securing itself this morning. and the shift of focus for world leaders at the g-20 summit happening today. eric: plus the democratic candidates are back on the road this morning. we'll recap their big night here on des moines. and the reaction from moderators on how the night went just ahead. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. elizabeth: it sounds like we have to soak up our beautiful weather because next week looks rainy. frank: we will bring that in tonight but a lot of people enjoying great iowa weather which is not usually typical of fall. thankfully we lucked out with mild temperatures and waking up to temperatures in the mid-40's in des moines. you kind of see the city lights and the state capitol, wind out of the south and southwest at nine, our temperatures stay warm. aims at 43, you will need the
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jacket out there but by this afternoon things will feel better. sunshine to start, 48 by nine. nice temperatures in noon. more clouds this afternoon, we stay dry but clouds on the increase at 62 by three. rain chances in the forecast will break out the soggy mess. -- soggy mess. eric: it is the morning after. last night's democratic debate here in des moines gave voters a closer look at the candidates. but as cbs's weijia jiang reports, hillary clinton took some heat from her opponents. weijia: hillary clinton met with supporters right after saturdays debate in iowa. hillary clinton: thank you all for making this such a successful campaign. weijia: the former secretary of state was the first to field questions about foreign policy after the attacks in paris. hillary clinton: we have to look at isis as the leading threat of an international terror network. weijia: clinton entered saturdays debate with a strong lead in the polls. and her opponents made a point
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to go after the front runner. senator bernie sanders questioned the campaign cash shes received from big business. bernie sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everybody knows that. hillary clinton: he basically used his answer to impune my integrity. weijia jiang: cbs news teamed up with twitter for the debate, encouraging people to post their thoughts with the #demdebate. twitter tracked which candidates were talked about the most and the most the popular topics. adam sharp: you saw a lot of conversation about gun issues, you saw a lot of conversation about wall street. weijia: former maryland governor martin omalleys most talked about moment came when he attacked a candidate for the other party. >> and let's say it in our debate because you'll never hear this from that, immigrant bashing carnival barker donald trump. weijia: all three candidates celebrated their debate performance. now its time for voters to decide.
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weijia jiang, cbs news, des moines, iowa. elizabeth: outside of the debate, kcci hosted a special panel at meredith hall of uncommitted voters. as kcci's emmy victor shows us, some of their minds were changed by the end of the debate. emmy: when you put a group of undecided voters together in one room, you will see feet tapping, hands locked, and wide eyes. >> i am leaning towards bernie. >> i am leaning towards hillary clinton, currently. >> i am leaning towards governor martin o' malley of maryland. emmy: meet the voter panel at the second democratic debate held at drake university. seventeen democrats looking to support a candidate based on their debate performance. jared turner: as a college student, college reform is primary for me, so that is something that i would like to hear them talk about. emmy: all eyes were on the democrats as they went head to head on some of the strongest topics facing our country. bernie sanders: saudi arabia, turkey, iran, jordan, all these nations are going to have to get their hands dirty, their boots
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on the ground, they are going to have to take on isis. emmy: while gun control, immigration, and college affordability were hot topics, voters gave the candidates props for other ideas. michael schrodt: i think that bernie sanders made great points on mental health. emmy: by the time the debate was over, the panel was divided on who was the most impressive. nine hands for hillary, five hands for bernie, and only two hands for martin o malley. -- three hands for bernie sanders. robert ford: i just thought she seemed strong, composed and performed well under pressure. benjamin verhasselt: i came in very ready to support bernie sanders or even hillary. but i think martin o'malley was the most consistent. emily enquist: i always get really fired up with bernie sanders, honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate about, he really drives his points home. emmy: when i asked the students here at the voter panel what they wished the candidates addressed more of during the debate, they answered climate change, race relations, and women's rights. they said that they hope to hear more about these topics at the
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next debate. reporting from drake university, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: kcci did have a special role in the debate. we were a co-sponsor and kevin cooney was a moderator. alyx sacks is live at drake university this morning. what did kevin have to say about this awesome opportunity? eric: we will try to get back to you after we work out the audio issues. our now paul wants to know if last night's debate help you decide. the results so far are coming in and several people say hillary clinton was involved. if you want your take on it, did it help you decide, give us a
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give us a call on the number on the screen. as far as the results, yes, clinton was right up there with sanders. o'malley had a few but 16% have to decide where they will vote after the year when the caucuses rollaround. elizabeth: republican candidates had a lot to say on social media during the democratic debate. most candidates focused their tweets on the dem's responses to questions about radical islam and terrorism. jeb bush commented, "yes, we are at war with radical islam terrorism." john kasich tweeted, "hillary clinton has consistently failed to understand the depth of the isis threat. we need john kasich's leadership." carly fiorina has similar thoughts, saying, "we need a president who will see and speak and act on the truth. hillary clinton will not call this islamic terrorism. i will." and finally, donald trump chimed in with his question, "why won't president obama use the term islamic terrorism? isn't it now, after all of this
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time and so much death, about time." representatives from the republican national committee also gave their thoughts on the night. sean spicer: i think this is going to come back to haunt hillary clinton. i think her comments on 9/11 are going to be devastating going into a general but all in all it really wasn't that exciting of a night. i think it was just a perfunctory measure they had to go through. elizabeth: and we want you to know our coverage of the democratic debate continues all morning on kcci. cbs sunday morning is at 8:00 a.m. face the nation with john dickerson will have coverage of the debate and the paris attacks at 9:30. and a special live edition of kcci close up is at 10:30. right now we want to check in with frank and we are starting with a nice morning. frank: temperatures are above
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almost as high as our average, you know nice temperatures are on the way this afternoon. maine the clear skies, through the overnight. that usually translates to cooler wake-up temperatures but that's not the case with wind out of the south. moisture as well. staying down there today but clouds increase through the day today and eventually a chance for rain. cool air to the west, rapid city at 30, 20's for north platte and 30 in bismarck. in the middle portion of the midwest, not bad. 39 in minneapolis and 47 for kansas city. temperatures over the next few days aren't bad but we start to change our skies. partly sunny today and breezy at 62. more clouds by the afternoon, tomorrow a good chance for rain especially in the morning. tuesday, showers and storms through much of the day with temperatures rebounding into the 60's. we will let you know one temperatures go down coming up.
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elizabeth: the violence in paris has also sent shock waves here in des moines. michael lavalle is leading a delegation of des moines embassy club members, hundreds of miles away from paris in the small french town of montbrison. he says there is a lot of concern within the country, and the attacks represent a turning point. >> before it was something else but now, this is war. elizabeth: local terrorism expert tom conley say he thinks if terrorists were going to hit the u.s. as well, they would have done it the same time they hit france. drake professor mark kende says the attacks aren't a total surprise. with previous ones in both madrid and london. eric: as paris mourns, we are learning more about the bombers. they killed 129 and wooded more than 350.
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the attacks are front and center as global leaders gather for an international summit. nikole killion has the latest including what president obama said. nikole: the president said this was an attack on the civilized world. president obama: the killing of innocent space-time a twisted ideology is an attack not just on france or turkey, but it's an attack on the civilized world. nikole: president obama says that as the g 20 summit gets on, the terror attacks dominate the discussion as they discuss how to deal with isis which is claimed responsibility. francois hollande was supposed to be there but pulled out to deal with the attacks. today he met with top leaders as the country is on high alert. many popular tourist sites and the eiffel tower have been shut down. authorities continue to search
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for suspects and have questions at several people in connection. nikole killion, kcci 8 news. eric: officials here in the u.s. are on hilar and say there's no evidence of any specific threat related to this, but have stepped up security in several cities and that nfl games. fans are discouraged from bringing bags into stadiums. elizabeth: and cities around the world are paying tribute to the victims of fridays paris terror attacks. many are taking part by lighting local monuments with red, white and blue, the colors of the french flag. and back in the u.s. the lights on top of the suntrust building in downtown
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i go to the store, and somebody's, smellin' around, "mmm! i smell cookies." i say, "oh no, you just smell me. i just got out of work. that's honey bunches of oats, that's all."
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>> welcome back, almost 5:44. temperatures yesterday were nice. 66 here, almost 20 degrees above average. 59 in waterloo, waking up this morning is not bad. for the most part above 40, 47 in des moines. 43 in fort dodge. not much cloud cover, we will see sunshine. by the afternoon we dragon clouds.
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50 degrees temperatures, a bit breezy out of the south at 5-15. elizabeth: hundreds of bernie sanders supporters watched last night's debate at the varsity theatre located across the street from campus. senator sanders arrived shortly after the debate, speaking to the capacity crowd of nearly 500 people. bernie sanders: we have a real path to victory. the path starts right here in your great state in iowa. if we work hard, i believe we are going to win iowa. maggie timboe: seeing him tonight just gives me hope that as a young woman going off to college and fighting for my right to equal pay, and everything in my future. seeing him so close, i just felt such an energy, the power of the people who love bernie sanders have. it's incredible and i believe we can work wonders with it. elizabeth: martin o'malley also spoke to supporters as he made his way to the debate.
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martin o'malley: i want to thank you for everything you're doing on the ground, every single day. and days like these when you've seen the images, you've seen on the news for the last 24 hours. all of that should remind us the best days in life are not the easy days, and as a nation we're not called to be great just when times are easy. it's in the face of hatred and intolerance. eric: our political analyst marc sandalow joins us live from washington to break down our democratic debate. and marc, the face-to-face was supposed to focus on the economy, but events in paris shaped the first 30 minutes. what kind of role will the paris attacks play in the 2016 election? marc: just this morning we are hearing it's possible one of the attackers came in with refugees from syria. if that's the case, last night's debate, all three talked about how they very much supported
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from syria into the united states. it something the republicans have said they are against. is that something republicans go after democrats for? absolutely. we don't know what difference this will make a year from now, you can make the argument that this is good politically for candidates like donald trump talk about building walls and shutting down immigrants and at the same time you can say it's good for candidates like hillary clinton who clearly has foreign-policy experience no one on the stage last night or on the republican side has. eric: bernie sanders and martin o'malley took shots at hillary clinton. do you think either of them landed a punch? marc: bernie sanders, you heard him say it. clearly he understands that iowa eight years ago, barack obama's ability to tie hillary clinton to the iraq vote was very powerful and he tried to do that.
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both of them went after her for connections to wall street. big picture, this was a good night for hillary clinton. six weeks ago they were panicked about the abilities. she has not looked to this formidable since maybe last summer. eric: marc sandalow live in for us, we'll have more from washington in the next hour. elizabeth: ahead on kcci, making history at kinnick stadium. what the players are saying this morning after their big win
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hawkeyes to 10 and 0. >> weather is never more than five minutes away, only on kcci 8 news this morning. frank: welcome back, time now is 10 minutes until six. temperatures waking up not too bad. 43 in ames, as you go out to take a walk or bike ride you will probably need a jacket and the sun will come out but things will be on the cool side. a bit above average, wind out of the south and southwest at nine. that wind will be dragging in moisture from portions of kansas and texas over the next 24 or so hours. that will lead to a chance of rain but not today. 48 degrees, and :00 a.m. with sunshine -- 9:00 a.m. with sunshine. 62 degrees is 3:00, average high
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mainly clear skies, moisture to the south with southwesterly flow. bringing in moisture. 12 to 24 hours from now, that leads to a chance for rain. more clouds, rain stays away but it does move in later tonight. futurecast, starting out, clouds and a mix of sun and clouds and chances for rain tomorrow morning but off to the west around wake-up time, that will move through the metro by around 6:00 or 7:00. then a break in the action by monday afternoon with cloudy skies and more rain through the morning hours on tuesday. then it will kind of scatter around in the afternoon before it finally pulls out by the early portion of the day. a couple of wet weather days but not today. warm and breezy, when did of the south and southwest at 10 to 20. with the clouds around we won't
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drop much so that is a warm, low temperature. when dead at 10-15. -- wind out of the south at 10-15. wednesday morning, chance of rain kicked up by the afternoon. then cool temperatures, thursday in the low 50's and mid-40's for highs by friday. eric: the iowa hawkeyes are in the record books this morning after a big win last night. the hawks brought back home floyd of rosedale after defeating the golden gophers. kcci's tony seeman was in iowa city. tony: saturday was a historic day at kinnick stadium that started with the grapple on the gridiron where iowa took on oklahoma state. saturday night, the iowa football team moved to 10-0 for the first time in school history and brought home hardware. >> it was great to have floyd back here in iowa city where it belongs.
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going out there last year and coming back this year and having a good game. tony: the pig is back home at kinnick stadium. thanks to a performance by the hawkeyes. >> the offense was playing tough and working their butts off. the kind of grind it out there. tony: 500 and six total yards of offense including 195 yards from lashawn daniels on the ground including this 51 yard sprint to ice the game. >> i was just doing whatever i could to help the team, help us get a victory. i was doing whatever we needed and i had to go out there and make a play. tony: next up iowa takes on purdue to take the big 10 west. elizabeth: in other sports news this morning, ronda rousey suffered a devastating upset last night. holly holm knocked out the bantamweight champion in the second round. holm landed some powerful hits
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to rousey's head, leaving her with a bloody nose after the first round. rousey attempted to take back the lead in the second round, but holm snapped a massive kick to the head that dropped rousey to the ground. holm continued to deliver blows until the referee intervened and the match was over. eric: people around the world continued to show support for the victims of the terror attacks. the lights on the eiffel tower have been turned off in remembrance. citizens are paying tribute by holding vigils, this one in hong
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elizabeth: welcome back to kcci. in other news this morning, four people are in the hospital this morning after a single vehicle crash on i-235 saturday. west des moines police tell kcci a vehicle lost control near valley west drive around 8:00 last night. no one was killed in the crash, but police say several people were ejected. no word on the extent of their injuries. another crash early saturday morning left one van meter man dead. danny dunton was driving westbound on interstate 80 around 1:30 a.m. saturday.
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when he began to exit at the van meter interchange, he hit a vehicle parked on the shoulder, causing his car to flip over into the ditch. dunton was pronounced dead at the scene. authorities are still investigating the crash. eric: and gas prices went down again yesterday. people in the metro are now seeing prices around $2.09 a gallon. that's down 5 cents from early saturday morning. and amidst the political candidates last night caitlyn , jenner was also in des moines. jenner was not here for the debate but made a few stops at local night clubs. a few people caught a glimpse of her while she was out at the garden last night. i'm sure we will hear much more about her visit and what brought her to town. elizabeth: we want to get a last check the weather. frank: we have been spoiled all weekend long with temperatures way above average, in the 60's yesterday. it does not really feel like november. 62 degrees, some clouds on the
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went out of the south, southwest at 10-20. could see a chance of rain after midnight, but better chances for rain later on tomorrow morning. tuesday, 63, a good chance for rain through most of the day and wednesday a good chance of rain. eric: still ahead on kcci, we've got more of your post debate coverage straight ahead. elizabeth: plus, the latest on the paris terror attacks. another full hour of kcci 8 news this morning weekends starts right now. >> you are watching kcci 8 news. elizabeth: right now at 6:00 armed guards in a city on edge. , new precautions being taken in paris and here in the u.s. after the devastating terror attacks. ms. clinton: we want to make sure we reach every iowan that cares about what we care about. eric: hillary clinton this morning after the demdebate. we'll have the big moments getting the most reaction from viewers.
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elizabeth: and hawkeyes make history. why their win over minnesota puts them in the record books and find out just how close they are to clinching a spot in the conference title game. good morning, everyone, thanks so much for joining us on kcci 8 news this morning weekends. i'm elizabeth klinge. eric: i'm eric hanson. alyx sacks is out on assignment this morning. we want to get right to the latest from paris overnight. they are questioning the family of one of the man identified as a suicide attacker. elizabeth: the death toll still stands at 129 with more than 350 wounded. the attacks are going to be a big topic at this week's g-20 summit in turkey. president obama is there this morning. security there is incredibly tight. eric: and here in the u.s. as well. no credible threats but security is being beefed up in several major cities. cbs's jonathan vigliotti is in paris this morning, a city very much on edge. jonathan: thousands of french
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police and troops swept the streets of paris as the fear of another attack remains all too real here. growing vigils and memorials line the streets as the country mourns. >> we did not want to stay home, we wanted to go on the street and live again, and not to feel the fear that they want us to have. jonathan: paris was rocked friday night. french officials says three teams of terrorists, all armed with assault rifles and identical suicide vests, launched coordinated attacks on cafes, a soccer game, and a concert hall. >> it is like war. jonathan: 23-year-old cal state student nohemi gonzalez was having dinner with friends when a terrorist opened fire, killing her. she was spending a semester studying abroad in paris. >> she brought joy and happiness to everyone she worked with. jonathan: as a precaution, many of the top tourist attractions in paris have been closed including the eiffel tower and , the louvre museum. french president francois
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hollande blames isis militants for the carnage. authorities say one of the attackers was born in france and had a petty criminal record. they are searching for accomplices and vowing to take no mercy when they are tracked down. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news, paris. eric: more now on that, extra security in the u.s. armed officers are on guard in new york city's times square. more police also stationed at french government sites in new york, boston, and washington. and the nfl is going to take extra precautions at their games today as well. in commitment 2016 news, -- the elizabeth: in commitment 2016, the situation in france also shifted the focus of last night's democratic debate here on kcci. as mark tauscheck reports, the discussion focused on national security and foreign policy. mark: of course, paris came first. >> we ask you to join us in moment of silence. mark: how to fight terrorism led to an attack on hillary
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clinton's vote in favor of the war in iraq. mr. sanders: i think that was one of the worst history blunders in the united states ms. clinton: i don't think u.s. . ms. clinton: i don't think u.s. has the bulk of responsibility. mark: martin o'malley took a shot at the republican front runner during a question on immigration. mr. o'malley: you'll never hear this from that immigrant bashing , carnival barker donald trump. ,the truth of the matter is net , immigration last year from mexico was zero. mark: clinton was annoyed by sanders' remarks on campaign contributions. mr. sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everybody knows that. ms. clinton: he has basically used his answer to impugn my integrity. let's be frank here. wait a minute, senator.
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not only do i hundreds of thousands of donors, most of them small, diane very proud that the majority of my donors are women, 60%. mark: hilary clinton's emails resurfaced. mr. sanders: i was sick and tired of hillary clinton's e-mails. i'm still sick and tired. ms. clinton: all of us believe finding planned parenthood, climate change is real, equal pay for equal work. they do not believe in any of that. let's focus on -- focus on what this election is really going to be about. elizabeth: immediately following the debate, the spin room was busy. political leaders and the candidates' campaigns had a lot to talk about, as kcci's rose heaphy reports. rose: political supporters are abuzz here in the spin room at drake university and each candidate had to make an impression, but the first point they had to make an impression on was the paris attacks. >> i thought it was important that they focused on that this is not something that can be done with american leadership alone, we need to work collabortively with our allies.
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rose: but some argued, bernie sanders moved on from the subject too quickly. but his supporters say that was his plan all along. >> he also wanted people to understand that the message of his campaign centers on rebuilding the middle class in america. and he wanted to lay that down right from the beginning to the very end. rose: candidates tried their best to point out their differences. sanders and martin o'malley both pointed to hillary clinton's campaign funding from wall street. >> people had said she was the senator from wall street and i think what she wanted to make clear tonight is she was the senator for new york and 9/11 and she was proud to help that industry recover. rose martin o'malley, the lowest : in the democratic polls, was the only candidate to make an appearance in the spin room, drawing a swarm of media. mr. o'malley: i think it was pretty clear that i'm the candidate that offers pretty clear leadership and the ability to get things done and a proven
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track record to bring people together. rose: this, of course, isn't the last iowa will see of the candidates, with the caucus coming just a couple months away. in des moines, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. elizabeth: and as co-sponsor of the event kcci got special access to the democratic debate. eric: alyx sacks joins us from drake university. alyx, who did moderators say had a strong showing? alyx: they really did. in fact, there is good things being said about all three candidates. unlike the first debate, we are not hearing of one clear and obvious winner. kcci's kevin cooney was a co-moderator in the debate. he thinks he saw a really good things from clinton and sanders and they showed strong personality, which is why they showed strongly last night. as to martin o'malley, he says he showed up stronger in this debate than the last one.
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candidates were able to separate themselves and their ideas, like minimum wage. clinton says $12, where sanders and o'malley are following the suit of $15. another area they went head-to-head and really showed some contrast is with how to handle wall street. that is when dennis goldford said clinton showed how tough she can be. >> the sharp elbows enable hillary clinton to show that she's tough, that she could take a punch as well as give one, so while they went after her in various ways, that actually helped her. kevin: the intensity of all three of these people and how they care passionately about their issues and how they care passionately about how they feel, that's what comes across, i think, when you see them in person. alyx: coming up next, what kevin thought about this experience. what he wishes he had done. that story in 30 minutes.
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elizabeth: thank you so much. it was quite a night. eric: we are starting this sunday morning in a nice way, whether-wise. --weather-wise. frank: 43 in des moines, 41 for ames. we are still very mild for our wake-up temperatures this time of year. 42 down around lamoni. satellite radar, mainly clear skies have helped to clean us -- cool coolest down. -- cool us down. we have some moisture starting to stream in and that will become more apparent later on this afternoon in the form of some cloud cover. no rain today but the rain will be around as we head into the next 24 or so hours. 48, kansas city, 43 in des moines.
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low cities for dodge city, kansas. some changes coming in your forecast. we have been enjoying this nice, dry weather today, 62 degrees. the rain moves in as we head throughout the early portion of the day for monday, 63 degrees. better chances of showers and thunderstorms by tuesday, but still in the 60's. elizabeth: thank you so much, frank. we have to take a break from paris and the debate to talk about the history making win by the iowa hawkeyes. eric: a blackout blowout. the team certainly looked intimidating taking the field against minnesota at kinnick. standout performances for the hawks leshun daniels rushed for , a career-high 195 yards and three touchdowns. and c.j. beathard threw for 213 yards and ran for two more touchdowns. it was enough to get the win, 40-35 over the gophers. the hawks are now 10-0 for the
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first time in school history. andy garman is going to tell us what this means for conference play a little bit later this afternoon. elizabeth: now unfortunately, the news is not so great for iowa state. the cyclones were ahead for much of the game but with three minutes left, oklahoma threw for a 7-yard touchdown pass, giving them a 35-31 victory over iowa state. too bad. andy will also have more on the loss a little bit later. trending on twitter. we'll tell you which candidate got the most tweets during the demdebate. eric: plus, the top moment according to facebook. we also want to leave you with a look at how the world is showing support for paris. you can see the one world trade center in new york city lit up in the country's colors, just
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morning.
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this is kcci 8 news this morning weekends with alyx sacks and meteorologist metinka slater. frank: 6:14 your time now, let's take a look back at yesterday. the temperatures were so nice, 66 is what we made it up to in des moines. mason city, low 60's. just a very nice day saturday. today no exception, another nice day. waking up this morning a little cooler than we were at last check, 39 algona, 41 in carroll. definitely going to need the jacket as you head out but by this afternoon you're going to love it. clear skies hoping to coolest down a little bit. a wind out of the south making us just a little warmer than we
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should be this time of year. look at wednesday, 53 our high temperature. we are going to end out the week with high temperatures in the low to mid 40's. elizabeth: thank you, frank. back to the debate now, hillary clinton surprised supporters by stopping by a debate watch party. clinton thanked everyone for their hard work on behalf of the campaign, and she said she looked forward to returning next november for a big victory party, saying iowa will turn blue. also watching the debate, a voter panel. kcci brought 17 voters together, many of them undecided, to see how this second debate could make or break a candidate. the group engaged in discussion about what they thought the candidates would address, and then watched the debate together to see if they were right. after the debate, they were asked to share who they think won the show. >> i think all of the candidates really stood out, and each of them had something individual to say that made them stand out. clicks i thought just overall she seemed strong, composed, and
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performed well under pressure. >> i always get really fired up with bernie sanders, honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate about, he really drives his points home. elizabeth: we also want to know what you think. we have a now poll up asking if last night's democratic debate helped you decide on a candidate? you can call or text to vote. the number is 515-200-1508, go to kcci.com or to our kcci facebook page. we will look at the results coming up in our next half-hour. eric: another way we're getting your reaction to the debate this morning twitter and facebook. , this was the first presidential debate that twitter took part in. the social media site says hillary clinton was the most talked about candidate. 44% of tweets with the hashtag "demdebate" were about her. sanders was second, followed by o'malley. the most tweeted-about issues -- energy and the environment was at the top, followed in order by healthcare, immigration, national security and foreign affairs.
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talking about the debate. one exchange between clinton and sanders on campaign finance was the most-posted about moment. facebook also shows the most engaged states during the debate were vermont, new hampshire, oregon, west virginia, and of course iowa. elizabeth: we want to head back to frank. mid and we are still talking about the mid-60's. frank: every day we can hang onto temperatures like this it is one last -- one less day with snow on the ground. 43 in des moines around highway seven. 43 in storm lake. the downtown city lights look so nice, clear skies for now. that will be changing for the day. the wind will be out of the south at eight.
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9:00 a.m. temperature, mainly sunny. as we head throughout the afternoon we're going to drag in a few more clouds. 3:00 temperature, 62. the average this time of year is 48 degrees and our high is 65 by 6:00. we have an area of high pressure in control starting to drag up some moisture from the south. the system out to the west will start pulling its way in, bringing us a chance for rain in the next 24 hours or so. clouds on the increase today, but then the rain will move in later today into tomorrow. there is the rain waking up tomorrow morning, especially out to the west and then it will pull through the metro. it looks like we are going to clear that out by tomorrow afternoon and bring in more chances of rain by the morning hours on tuesday.
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scattered chances of showers tuesday into the evening hours before it finally pulls out on wednesday. 63 degrees, warm and breezy. 49 the low tonight. we could see some drizzle after midnight, 63 degrees tomorrow. 63 with rain on tuesday. look at wednesday, a morning chance of rain, 53. dropping all the way into the mid 40's by friday. andy: it was a magical day at kinnick stadium.
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andy: good morning, everybody. yesterday was a day that hawkeye fans will long remember. a couple of fantastic events turned out iowa's way at kinnick stadium. a blackout game, number five in the college rankings, taking on minnesota. daniels phenomenal last night. inside the 10 yard line and he goes for the touchdown run. he had 195 rushing yards. he scored three touchdowns in
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cj beathard scores a td as well. the hawkeyes had just enough. iowa it improves to 10-0 for the first time in school history, winning 40-35 and keeping floyd rosedale in iowa city. next up for the hawks, senior day. the purdue boilermakers come to town next saturday at 11:00 a.m.. iowa state cyclones said goodbye to their seniors yesterday, and emotional day for the guys playing their final game taking on oklahoma state. this is a play people will talk about for a long time as well. ruled a touchdown and after a lengthy review they decided no touchdown. they said the ball hit the ground and that was enough to make them call incomplete. the cyclones kicked a field goal
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joel lanning plays tremendously well at times. oklahoma state takes the lead, 35-31. the final drive ends on the first play. lanning is picked off. isu wraps it up with two road games, the first at kansas state next saturday at 11:00 a.m. on nationally televised fox sports one. then they play at west virginia to wrap things up. high school football was rough for central iowa teams, albia and van meter both lost. let's go to iowa city for a record breaker, 42,000 plus fans to see the hawkeyes take on
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the grapple on the gridiron got started in a fantastic way if you are a hawkeye fan. gilman, major decision to fire up the crowd, 4-0, iowa has the lead. clark has the take down and went on to get the decision. iowa wins, 18-16. the hawks win for the first time on the home turf. >> it was an incredible atmosphere, even i cannot deny that. i am one that likes to talk about the performance, but this was a performance in itself. >> cannot describe it and even if i tried, i do not think anybody would understand except the guys who went out and wrestled and did it. i would not usually celebrate but i could not even stop myself. andy: one college basketball
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streak came to an end last night. i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in student loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university. and you ought to be able to refinance student debt. and i don't believe the federal government should be making a profit off of lending to young people who are borrowing to be able to get their education. we have got to make college affordable.
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this is kcci 8 news this morning weekend. elizabeth: right now at 6:30, panic in paris. this morning. and the shift of focus for world leaders at the g-20 summit happening today. eric: plus, the democratic candidates are back on the road this morning. we are going to recap their big night in des moines and the , reaction from moderators on how the night went, just ahead. good sunday morning, and thank you for joining us. i am eric along with elizabeth. elizabeth: it has been a big weekend in des moines. a lot of people visiting from out of town. frank: i did not see any video of people wearing winter coat yesterday. they did not really need them. temperatures have just been great, we have been really spoiled. usually that means it is not going to last forever. some changes are coming, though
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not today. 43 in des moines, ames, 41 this hour. lamoni, 42 degrees. sunrise just after 7:00 this morning. we will see the sunshine this morning, 49. time, i think we still see a lot of sunshine, 57 degrees -- noon time, i think we still see a lot of sunshine, 57 degrees. eric: it is the morning after. last night's democratic debate here in des moines gave voters a closer look at the candidates. but as cbs's weijia jiang reports, hillary clinton took some heat from her opponents. weijia: hillary clinton met with supporters right after saturday's debate in iowa. ms. clinton: thank you all for making this such a successful and exciting campaign. weijia: the former secretary of state was the first to field questions about foreign policy
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ms. clinton: we have to look at isis as the leading threat of an international terror network. weijia: clinton entered saturday's debate with a strong lead in the polls, and her opponents made a point to go after the front runner. senator bernie sanders questioned the campaign cash she's received from big business. mr. sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everybody knows that. ms. clinton: he basically used his answer to impune my integrity. weijia: cbs news teamed up with twitter for the debate, encouraging people to post their thoughts with the hashtag "dem debate." twitter tracked which candidates were talked about the most and the most popular topics. >> you saw a lot of conversation about gun issues. you saw a lot of conversation about wall street. weijia: : rmer maryland governor martin o'malley's most talked about moment came when he attacked a candidate for the other party. mr. o'malley: and let's say it in our debate, because you'll never hear this from that
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barker, donald trump. [applause] weijia: all three candidates celebrated their debate performance. now it's time for voters to decide. weijia jiang, cbs news, des moines, iowa. elizabeth: outside of the debate, kcci hosted a special panel at meredith hall of uncommitted voters. as kcci's emmy victor shows us, some of their minds were changed by the end of the debate. emmy: when you put a group of undecided voters together in one room, you will see feet tapping, hands locked and wide eyes. >> i am leaning towards bernie. >> i am leaning towards hillar clinton currently. >> i am leaning towards governor martin o'malley of maryland. emmy: meet the voter panel at the second democratic debate held at drake university. 17 democrats looking to support a candidate based on their debate performance. >> as a college student, college reform is primary to so that is may something that i would like
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to hear them talk about. emmy: all eyes were on the democrats as they went head to head on some of the strongest topics facing our country. saudi arabia, turkey, iran, jordan, all these nations are going to have to get their hands dirty, their boots on the ground, they are going to have to take on isis. emmy: while gun control, immigration, and college affordability were hot topics, voters gave the candidates props for other ideas. >> i think that bernie sanders made great points on mental health. emmy: by the time the debate was over, the panel was divided on who was the most impressive. raise your hand if you think that hillary did the best tonight. nine hands for hillary, five hands for martin o'malley, and only three hands for bernie sanders. >> i just thought she seemed strong, composed and performed well under pressure. i came in very ready to support bernie sanders or even hillary. i think that martin o'malley was the most consistent. >> i always get really fired up with bernie sanders honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate
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about, he really drives his points home. emmy: when i asked the students here at the voter panel what they wished the candidates addressed more of during the debate, they answered climate change, race relations and women's rights. they said that they hope to hear more about these topics at the next debate. reporting from drake university, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: kcci did have a special role in last night's debate. we were a co-sponsor and kevin cooney was a moderator. alyx sacks is live at drake university this morning. what did kevin have to say afterward about this awesome opportunity? alyx: eric, kevin called it a unique experience. he has done debate in the past but he has never done anything like this on a national scale. but he says it was a bit like riding a bike in the sense you ask the tough questions and if you don't get quite the full answer you're looking for, you ask a follow-up question. like when he asked bernie sanders some tough questions on how he plans to fund free public college tuition. kevin: well, one of the things you want to do is have states pay for a third of this $70
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billion plan, correct? there are 16 states that are running budget deficits right now. where are they expected to come up with it? alyx: moderating is special, but also a stressful task. about a year went into planning for this debate. a lot of time and energy went into developing tough questions. but in light of what happened in paris, a lot of that preparation had to shift and friday before the debate in order to address the topics on everybody's mines, foreign policy and handling of extremists. several questions like that came from john dickerson. now, kevin cooney wasn't the only familiar face to central iowans. the des moines register's kathy obradovich sat beside him. both got to ask questions about immigration and education. >> two big topics and when you boil it down, i had 5, 10 different follow-ups but you have got to make way for the other issues.
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kathy: i thought moderating was generally like standing at the top of an olympic ski lift and looking down and thinking to yourself this is really going to , be fun if i survive, you know? alyx: in the end, you know what kevin says he wishes he could have done? he wishes he could have had more time. he said the two hours flew by. live from drake university, alyx sacks, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: and we are getting your reaction this morning as well. our now poll wants to, know did last night's dem debate help you decide on a candidate? some of them did and some of them did not. 37% of the people say yes, it shaped them toward clinton, 29% toward sanders, and a few said toward martin o'malley. 13% said they are voting for the gop ticket and 16% are still undecided. you can still vote and we'll be bringing you the latest results
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elizabeth: republican candidates had a lot to say on social media during the democratic debate. most candidates focused their tweets on the dem's responses to questions about radical islam and terrorism. jeb bush commented, "yes, we are at war with radical islam terrorism." john kasich tweeted, "hillary clinton has consistently failed to understand the depth of the isis threat. we need john kasich's leadership." carly fiorina has similar thoughts, saying, "we need a president who will see and speak and act on the truth. hillary clinton will not call this islamic terrorism. i will." and finally, donald trump chimed in with this question, "why won't president obama use the term islamic terrorism? isn't it now, after all of this time and so much death, about time." representatives from the republican national committee also gave their thoughts on the night. >> i think this is going to come back to haunt hillary clinton. i think her comments on 9/11 are going to be devastating going into a general, but all in all, it really wasn't that exciting of a night. i think it was just a perfunctory measure they had to
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eric: a lot of people weighing in on what happened last night. elizabeth: the time is 6:38, and we want to head over to frank for a look at the forecast. frank: a great weekend out there but things are starting to change a little bit. we have clear skies to start your sunday out but if we widen things out, you will notice down to the south some moisture. we are starting to tap into some of this to the south in the form of rain and clouds. the wind out of the south will be drawing up the moisture throughout the next 12-24 hours, eventually meaning a chance for rain. 43 degrees in des moines, 39 in minneapolis, well above average. 27 in north platte, that is about where we should be. anytime you are in the low 40's waking up, chances are you are
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over the next couple of days, things are starting to change. a nice day today, rain early tomorrow, temperatures drop a bit on tuesday. temperature still in the low 60's. elizabeth: the violence in paris has also sent shock waves here in des moines. michael lavalle is leading a delegation of des moines embassy club members hundreds of miles away from paris, in the small french town of montbrison. he says there is a lot of concern within the country, and that he thinks the attacks represent a point -- a turning point. >> before it was something else. but now, this is war. elizabeth: local terrorism expert tom conley say he thinks if terrorists were going to hit the u.s. as well they would have done it the same time they hit france. drake professor mark kende says the attacks aren't a total surprise, with previous ones in both madrid and london. eric: as the city of paris
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mourns, we are learning more about the bombers involved in that terror tragedy that killed 129 people and killed -- wounded more than 350. nikole killion has the very latest, including what the president said just a little while ago about the attacks. nikole: the president said this was not just an attack on france but on the civilized world. >> the killing of innocent people based on the twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but is an attack on the civilized world. nikole: president obama spoke shortly after meeting with the president of turkey as the g-20 summit gets underway in that country. the paris attacks now dominating discussions as leaders figure out how to deal with the militant group isis or isil, which has claimed responsibility for the attacks. french president francois hollande was supposed to be at that meeting but pulled out to deal with the attacks. today, he met with top french leaders as the country remains in mourning and on high alert. french troops have been deployed
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popular tourists sites like the eiffel tower have been shut down. meantime, authorities continue to search for suspects and have questioned several people in connection with the attacks. in washngton, i'm nikole killion. eric: thank you, nicole. officials in the u.s. are also on high alert. they say there is no evidence of reported attacks today. elizabeth: and cities around the world are paying tribute to the victims of friday's paris terror attacks. many are taking part by lighting local monuments with red, white and blue, the colors of the french flag. in brazil, the iconic christ the
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show of support. frank: welcome back, 6:44. the morning is just flying by on kcci eight news this morning again. -- weekend. this is our stuart webcam just before sunrise. we will see the sun out there this morning but why this afternoon, we will bring in a few more clouds. 43 in des moines, 41 in ames, marshalltown at 45 degrees. mainly clear skies will translate to some sunshine in
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just a little bit, and a great morning to head out to some breakfast. how about a breakfast buffet this morning? how about some biscuits and gravy? always a good one. wind out of the south at 5-15. elizabeth: we want to head to washington, d.c.. marc sandalow joins us live to break down the democratic debate. after two hours of debating, d you think any differences emerged between the candidate? marc: there were obviously lots of small differences and of course the media loves to pick them against each other. the differences will be blown out of proportion. if you look at the big picture, i think all the democrats last night all want expanded health care, expanded opportunities for students in college coming out at least debt-free.
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talked about supporting planned parenthood. they said the wealthy. these debates were be more interesting if there was a conservative in the ring because the difference between clinton and o'malley and sanders is more in terms of what they bring to the table in terms of experience and what they might be able to get through a republican congress. yes, there were differences but you would need reading glasses or a microscope to find them. elizabeth: marc sandalow live in washington. we will have more and the next hour.
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>> the weather is never more than five minutes away. only on kcci eight news this morning. frank: 10 minutes before 7:00, the sunrise just after 7:00. clarion in the mid-30's, storm lake in the upper 30's. audubon, 37 degrees. we are seeing the sunshine or we will in just a little bit as that sun comes up. 43 in the metro, wind out of the south at eight bringing in some nice, mild air.
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this morning, 48 by 9:00, but look at noon, 37 degrees. 3:00, partly cloudy skies, 62. 55 at 6:00 and mostly cloudy skies after sunset. a well above average day on the way. you will notice the clouds and precipitation to the south that will start to work its way in with a south, southwesterly flow , first in the way of clouds and eventually some rain moving in late tonight into tomorrow. notice the cloud cover on the increase this afternoon but we will see partly sunny skies and for the most part, mostly sunny skies this morning with that changing as we head throughout the afternoon. the rain will eventually move in but we stayed dry until the early portion of the day on monday. we will work that rain in mainly
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by tuesday, a better chance for rain throughout much of the day and tuesday into wednesday morning. 62 our high temperature today, clouds on the increase. 49 tonight. a morning chance of rain on monday. tuesday, a chance of rain throughout the day. wednesday you will wake up to some rain and it will clear out. upper 40's by friday. eric: the iowa hawkeyes are in the record books this morning after a big win last night. the hawks brought back home floyd of rosedale after defeating the golden gophers. kcci's tony seeman was in iowa city. tony: saturday was a historic day at kinnick stadium. it started out with the grapple on the gridiron work iowa took down oklahoma state, and on saturday night, the iowa hawkeye
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>> it was great to have floyd back here in iowa city where he belongs. >> it is a good feeling. going out last year and having the game we did, and the game we did this year. tony: the pig is back home at kinnick stadium and thanks to a great performance by the hawkeyes, 506 total yards of offense, including 195 yards from the sean daniels on the ground, including this 51 yards sprint to ice the game. >> it was fun. i was doing whatever i could to help us get a victory. they were going to call my number, i was going to go in and make a play. tony: next iowa takes on purdue for a chance to take on the big 10 west.
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devastating knockout last night. holly holm landed some punches. holm continue to deliver blows until the referee intervened, and the match was over. eric: we want to remind you this morning to pray for paris. people around the world are continuing to show support for the victims of the paris terror attacks. the lights of the eiffel tower
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elizabeth: in other news this morning, four people are in the hospital after a single car crash on saturday. west des moines police tell kcci a vehicle lost control near valley west drive around 8:00 last night. no one was killed in the crash, but police say several people were ejected. no word on the extent of their injuries. another crash early saturday morning left one van meter man dead. danny dunton was driving westbound on interstate 80 around 1:30 a.m. saturday. when he began to exit at the van meter interchange, he hit a
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causing his car to flip over into a ditch. dunton was pronounced dead at the scene. authorities are still investigating. eric: and gas prices went down again yesterday. people in the metro are now seeing prices around $2.09 a gallon. that's down 5 cents from early saturday morning. and amidst the political candidates saturday night, caitlyn jenner was also in des moines. jenner was not here for the debate but made a few stops at local night clubs. a few people caught a glimpse of caitlin while she was out at the garden last night. i'm sure we will hear much more about her visit to iowa later on. elizabeth: des moines is the place to be. frank: maybe it is this great weather that is drawing everybody. 63 degrees your high temperature in des moines. we will see the rain moving in tomorrow morning, better chances tuesday into wednesday morning. 53 degrees on wednesday. thursday only in the low 40's --
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eric: still ahead on kcci, we've
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elizabeth: plus, the elizabeth: right now at 7:00 armed guards in a city on edge. , new precautions being taken in paris and here in the u.s. after the devastating terror attacks. ms. clinton: we want to make sure we reach every iowan that cares about what we care about. eric: hillary clinton this morning after the demdebate.
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we'll have the big moments getting the most reaction from viewers. elizabeth: and hawkeyes make history. why their win over minnesota puts them in the record books and find out just how close they are to clinching a spot in the conference title game. >> you're watching kcci 8 news. elizabeth: good morning, everyone, thanks so much for joining us on kcci 8 news this morning weekends. i'm elizabeth klinge. eric: i'm eric hanson. alyx sacks is out on assignment this morning but we want to get right to the latest from paris overnight. president obama met with the turkey -- turkish president. elizabeth: investigators in paris are questioning the relative of one of the suicide bombers. french tourist sites are close this morning. eric: security is also beefed up in the u.s. and other cities
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cbs's jonathan vigliotti is in paris this morning. jonathan: growing vigils and memorials line the street as the country mourns. >> we wanted to go on the street and live again and not feel the fear. jonathan: paris was rocked friday night. french officials says three teams of terrorists, all armed with assault rifles and identical suicide vests, launched coordinated attacks on cafes, a soccer game, and a concert hall. >> it is like war. jonathan 23-year-old cal state : student nohemi gonzalez was killed when having dinner with friends. she was spending a semester studying abroad in paris. >> she was a shining star. she brought joy and happiness to everyone she worked with. jonathan: as a precaution, many of the top tourist attractions here in paris remain closed, including the eiffel tower and the louvre museum.
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french president francois hollande blames isis militants for the carnage. authorities say one of the attackers was born in france and had a petty criminal record. they are searching for accomplices and vowing to take no mercy when they are tracked down. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news, paris. eric: more now on that, extra security in the u.s. armed officers are on guard in new york city's times square. more police also stationed at french government sites in new york, boston, and washington. and the nfl today is going to take extra precautions at all of their games. elizabeth: in commitment 2016 news, the situation in france also shifted the focus of last night's democratic debate here on kcci. as mark tauscheck reports, the discussion focused on national security and foreign policy. mark: of course, paris came first. >> we ask you to join us in observing a moment of silence. mark: how to fight terrorism led to an attack on hillary clinton's vote in favor of the war in iraq. mr. sanders: i think that was
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blunders in the history of the united states. ms. clinton: i don't think u.s. has the bulk of the responsibility. i put that on a side and the region itself. mark: martin o'malley took a shot at the republican front runner during a question on immigration. mr. o'malley: you'll never hear this from that immigrant bashing , carnival barker, donald trump. [applause] the truth is, net immigration last year from mexico was zero. mark: clinton was annoyed by bernie sanders' remarks on campaign contributions. mr. sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everyone knows it. ms. clinton: he has basically used his answer to impugn my integrity. let's be frank here. wait a minute, senator. you know not only do i have
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donors, most of them small, but i am proud that the majority of my donors are women, 60%. mark: hilary clinton's emails resurfaced. mr. sanders: i was sick and tired of hillary clinton's e-mail i'm still sick and tired. ms. clinton: all of us believe finding planned parenthood, climate change is real. all of us want equal pay for real work. -- equal pay for equal work. let's focus on what the election is really about. eric: -- elizabeth: and immediately following the debate the spin room was busy. political leaders and the candidates' campaigns had a lot to talk about, as kcci's rose heaphy reports. rose: political supporters are abuzz here in the spin room at drake university and each candidate had to make an impression, but the first point they had to make an impression on was the paris attacks. >> i thought it was important
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that they focused on that this is not something that can be done with american leadership alone, we need to work collabortively with our allies. rose: but some argued, bernie sanders moved on from the subject too quickly. but his supporters say that was his plan all along. >> he also wanted people to understand that the message of his campaign centers on rebuilding the middle class and he wanted to lay that down right from the beginning to the very end. rose: candidates trying to point out their differences. sanders and martin o'malley both pointed to hillary clinton's campaign funding from wall street. >> people had said she was the senator from wall street and i think what she wanted to make clear tonight was that she was the senator for new york and 9/11 and she was proud to help that industry recover. rose martin o'malley, the lowest : in the democratic polls, was the only candidate to make an appearance in the spin room, drawing a swarm of media. mr. o'malley: i think it was pretty clear that i'm the
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candidate that offers new leadership and the ability to get things done and a proven track record to bring people together. rose: this, of course, isn't the last iowa will see of the candidates, with the caucus coming just a couple months away. in des moines, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. elizabeth: and as co-sponsor of the event kcci got special access to the democratic debate. morning. a strong showing? alyx: eric and elizabeth, the moderators are saying they have seen good things about each candidate and unlike the last debate, it does not seem to have a clear-cut winner. kevin cooney set up front as a co-moderator and said what stood out the most was strong personalities. hillary clinton and bernie sanders showed strong personalities, and he also said that martin o'malley came out
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candidates were able to separate themselves and their ideas, like minimum wage. clinton says $12, where sanders and o'malley are following the suit of $15. candidates really went head to head and had different ideas on how to handle wall street. analyst denis goldford says that's when clinton proved her toughness. >> the sharp elbows enable hillary clinton to show that she's tough, that she could take a punch as well as give one, so while they went after her in various ways, that actually helped her. kevin: the intensity of all three of these people and how they care passionately about their issues and how they care passionately about how they feel, that's what comes across, i think, when you see them in person. alyx: coming up next, how kevin cooney felt about his experience and what he wishes he could have done. that story in 30 minutes.
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eric: it is 7:00 and the sun is coming up on a really nice sunday morning. elizabeth: we are waking up to some great temperatures, 44 degrees our temperature in des moines. ames, 42. sunrise was just a few minutes ago so you are probably seeing that son. satellite radar shows why we do not have much in the way of cloud cover yet. it is just to the south and portions of oklahoma, arkansas, and texas have moisture that will start streaming to the north. pulling in that moisture from the south and west, eventually leading to a chance for rain. 44 your wake-up temperature in des moines, 39 in minneapolis, upper 20's in north lat. -- north platte. we will pull in some clouds by this afternoon but temperatures are still pretty nice, 63 degrees.
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the afternoon, 56 degrees. tuesday, 63, but we do have highs in the 40's in the eight-day forecast. elizabeth: thanks, frank. well, we have to break from paris and the debate to talk about the huge, history making win by the iowa hawkeyes. eric: they are calling it a blackout blowout. the team certainly looked intimidating taking the field against minnesota at kinnick. two standout performances, leshun daniels rushed for a career-high 195 yards and three touchdowns. and c.j. beathard threw for 213 yards and ran for two touchdowns. it was enough to get the win, 40-35 over the gophers. the hawks are now 10-0 for the first time in school history. andy garman will tell us what this means for conference play a little bit later this half hour. elizabeth: now unfortunately, the news is not so great for iowa state. it was senior night for those guys. the cyclones were ahead for much of the game but with three minutes left, oklahoma threw for a 7-yard touchdown pass, giving
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state. andy will also have more on the loss a little bit later in sports. trending on twitter. we'll tell you which candidate got the most tweets during the demdebate. eric: plus, the top moment according to facebook. we also want to leave you with a look at how the world is showing support for paris. you can see the one world trade center in new york city let up with france's colors, just one
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morning. >> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning weekends with alyx sacks and meteorologist metinka slater. frank: welcome back. just about 7:14, waking up to a beautiful morning across the state. check this out, this is in jefferson with our school not webcam. -- school met webcam. -- school net webcam. marshalltown checks in at 43.
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you will need the jacket this afternoon but by this afternoon, i think you are really going to like the weather. not much in the way of cloud cover yet but that will be changing as we head through the afternoon. 62 degrees. monday, 56. tuesday, 63 and then we really go down on the roller coaster, 52 for a high temperature on thursday. friday only in the 40's. we will detail the rain chances coming up. elizabeth: back to the debate now, hillary clinton surprised supporters by stopping by a debate watch party. clinton thanked everyone for their hard work on behalf of the campaign, and she said she looked forward to returning next november for a big victory party, saying iowa will turn blue. also watching the debate, a voter panel. kcci brought 17 voters together, many of them undecided, to see how this second debate could make or break a candidate. the group engaged in discussion about what they thought the candidates would address, and
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to see if they were right. after the debate, they were asked to share who they think won the show. >> i think all of the candidates really stood out, and each of them had something individual to say that made them stand out. >> i just thought she seemed strong, composed, and performed very well under pressure. >> i always get really fired up with bernie sanders, honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate about, he really drives his points home. elizabeth: we also want to know what you think. we have a now poll up asking if last night's democratic debate helped you decide on a candidate? you can call or text to vote, 515-200-1508, go to kcci.com or to our kcci facebook page. we'll look at results our next half hour. eric? eric: another way we're getting your reaction to the debate this morning, twitter and facebook. this was the first presidential debate that twitter took part in. the social media site says
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talked about candidate 44% of -- most talked about candidate. 44% of tweets with the hashtag "demdebate" were about her. sanders was second, followed by o'malley. the most tweeted-about issues -- energy and the environment was at the top, followed in order by healthcare, immigration, national security and foreign affairs. people on facebook are also talking about the debate. one exchange between clinton and sanders on campaign finance was the most-posted about moment. facebook also shows the most engaged states throughout the debate, vermont, new hampshire, oregon, west virginia and, of course, iowa. we want -- weather elizabeth: we want to check in again with frank. frank: especially as we head into tomorrow, tuesday and wednesday, we are going to clear out the rain and then we are going to cool -- cool down a little bit. this shot just sent to me from
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cindy baker in redfield taken about 10 minutes ago. you can see some high clouds out there, the sun coming up. you can send in your pictures at kcci.com and click on the u local page. 44 in des moines. audubon and carroll, right around 40 degrees. you will need the jacket as you head out this morning, temperatures feeling pretty good for this time of year. the wind out of the south at nine, dragging in some moisture throughout the afternoon. notice a little cool this morning, but we have the sunshine. mid-50's by noon and then we will start to work in some more clouds. 62 degrees for a high. 9:00 temperature, low 50's with clouds around. moisture down to the south that is going to be streaming in
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throughout the afternoon and evening hours today, and eventually a chance for rain tonight. here is futurecast, notice the clouds down to the south that will start to work their way in by this afternoon. a mix of sunshine and clouds with more sunshine this morning. think we see some sunshine peeking in and out of the cloud. monday, waking up to some showers and maybe a few thunderstorms in the morning. we will start to dry out a little bit monday afternoon, and our next round of rain moves through tuesday morning and will be more scattered throughout tuesday evening. 62 hour afternoon high today in des moines. tonight, 49 degrees. we will not be dropping very much in the temperature department so a pretty decent night. the 8 day forecast, there is monday, chance of rain in the morning.
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wednesday, a chance of morning rain and then we are really cooling down. andy: it was a magical day at kinnick stadium. we will have highlights from the day and the evening, plus the
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against oklahoma state. andy: good morning, everybody. yesterday was a day that hawkeye fans will long remember. a couple of fantastic events
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stadium. let's begin in the evening and work our way back. a blackout game, number five in the college football playoff rankings, taking on minnesota. leshun daniels phenomenal last night. inside the 10 yard line and he goes for the touchdown run. he had 195 rushing yards. including a 51 yard score, three touchdowns in all. cj beathard scores a td as well. minnesota made it a game a couple times, but the hawkeyes had just enough. iowa improves to 10-0 for the first time in school history, winning 40-35 and keeping floyd rosedale in iowa city. next up for the hawks, senior day. the purdue boilermakers come to town next saturday at 11:00 a.m. and will be televised nationally by espn two.
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to their seniors yesterday, and emotional day for the guys playing their final game taking on oklahoma state. this is a play people will talk about for a long time as well. ruled a touchdown and after a lengthy review they decided no touchdown. the tip of the ball hit the ground and that was enough to make them call incomplete. i disagree. the cyclones kicked a field goal but it cost them four points. instead of a touchdown and seven, they only got three. joel lanning plays tremendously well at times. here is a great touchdown run. three minutes left oklahoma , state takes the lead, 35-31. the final drive ends on the first play. lanning is picked off. cyclones come close but fall short, 35-31, oklahoma state with a win. isu wraps it up with two road games, the first at kansas state next saturday at 11:00 a.m. on
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nationally televised fox sports one. then they play at west virginia to wrap things up. high school football was rough yesterday for central iowa teams, albia and van meter both lost in the semi final round. let's go to iowa city for a record breaker, 42,000 plus fans in action to see the hawkeyes take on oklahoma state in the first ever outdoor wrestling meet. the grapple on the gridiron got started in a fantastic way if you are a hawkeye fan. thomas gillman, major decision to fire up the crowd, 4-0, iowa has the lead. the former selfies polk standout corey clark clark has the take down and went on to get the decision. iowa wins, 18-16. the hawks win for the first time on the home turf. >> it was an incredible atmosphere, even i cannot deny that. i am one that likes to talk
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was a performance in itself. >> cannot describe it and even if i tried, i do not think anybody would understand except the guys who went out and wrestled and did it. i would not usually celebrate but i could not even stop myself. andy: one college basketball note from yesterday, northern iowa's winning streak came to an end last night. colorado state went to the mcleod center and 184-78. that is it for your morning sports, have a great sunday. eric: definitely a big win for the hawkeyes. our tony seeman got back very late from iowa city last night, and we'll have some postgame reaction from the players. elizabeth: plus another late-breaking sports story happening, ronda rousey goes down. who pulled off the stunning upset and how fast she did it, that is ahead in our next half hour. eric: we will also have more on the debate and the paris terror attacks. memorials like this all over the city this morning. you will see how those attacks
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are affecting security in the u.s., including at nfl games in
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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 weekend. elizabeth: right now at 7:30, panic in paris. how the city is securing itself this morning. and the shift of focus for world leaders at the g-20 summit happening today. eric: plus, the democratic candidates are back on the road this morning. we are going to recap their big night here on des moines. and the reaction from moderators on how the night went, just ahead. elizabeth: good morning, and thank you so much for waking up with us this morning. eric: it is really a beautiful day. frank: sunday really living up to its way in with plenty of it. almost around our average high temperatures for this time of year. 44 our current temperature in des moines, went out of the south at nine helping our temperatures out.
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you are still going to need the jacket as you head out. ames, 42 degrees. ottumwa checking in in the low 40's. we will see the sunset just before 5:00, plenty of sunshine to go around. by the noontime hour, clouds. by 3:00, partly to mostly cloudy, 62 degrees. we do have some rain on the way. eric: it is the morning after. last night's democratic debate here in des moines gave voters a closer look at the candidates. but as cbs's weijia jiang reports, hillary clinton took some heat from her opponents. weijia: hillary clinton met with supporters right after saturday's debate in iowa. ms. clinton: thank you all for making this such a successful campaign. weijia: the former secretary of state was the first to field questions about foreign policy
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ms. clinton: we have to look at isis as the leading threat of an international terror network. weijia: clinton entered saturday's debate with a strong lead in the polls, and her opponents made a point to go after the front runner. senator bernie sanders questioned the campaign cash she's received from big business. mr. sanders: why do they make millions of dollars of campaign contributions? they expect to get something, everybody knows that. ms. clinton: he basically used his answer to impune my integrity. weijia: cbs news teamed up with twitter for the debate, encouraging people to post their thoughts with the hashtag "dem debate." twitter tracked which candidates were talked about the most and the most popular topics. >> you saw a lot of conversation about gun issues. you saw a lot of conversation about wall street. weijia: former maryland governor martin o'malley's most talked about moment came when he attacked a candidate for the other party. mr. o'malley: and let's say it in our debate, because you'll never hear this from that
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barker, donald trump. weijia: all three candidates celebrated their debate performance. now it's time for voters to decide. weijia jiang, cbs news, des moines, iowa. elizabeth: outside of the debate, kcci hosted a special panel at meredith hall of uncommitted voters. as kcci's emmy victor shows us, some of their minds were changed by the end of the debate. emmy: when you put a group of undecided voters together in one room, you will see feet tapping, hands locked and wide eyes. >> i am leaning towards bernie. >> i am leaning towards hillary clinton currently. >> i am leaning towards governor martin o'malley of maryland. emmy: meet the voter panel at the second democratic debate held at drake university. 17 democrats looking to support a candidate based on their debate performance. >> as a college student, college reform is primary to make, that is the thing i would like to
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hear them talk about. emmy: all eyes were on the democrats as they went head to head on some of the strongest topics facing our country. mr. sanders saudi arabia, : turkey, iran, jordan, all these nations are going to have to get their hands dirty, their boots on the ground, they are going to have to take on isis. emmy: while gun control, immigration, and college affordability were hot topics, voters gave the candidates props for other ideas. >> i think that bernie sanders made great points on mental health. emmy: by the time the debate was over, the panel was divided on who was the most impressive. regime and if you think hillary did the best tonight? nine hands for hillary, five hands for martin o'malley and only three hands for bernie sanders. >> i just thought she seemed strong, composed and performed very well under pressure. i came in very ready to support bernie sanders or even hillary. i think that martin o'malley was the most consistent. >> i always get really fired up with bernie sanders honestly. when he gets to talking about the issues that he is passionate about, he really drives his
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points home. emmy: when i asked the students here at the voter panel what they wished the candidates addressed more of during the debate, they answered climate change, race relations and women's rights. they said they would like to hear a lot more about these issues at the next debate. reporting from drake university, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: kcci did have a special role in the debate. we were a co-sponsor and kevin cooney was one of the moderators. alyx sacks is live at drake university this morning. what did kevin have to say about this awesome opportunity? alyx: eric, kevin called it a unique experience. although he has moderated debates in the past, never quite anything like this on the national scale. but he says it was a bit like riding a bike in the sense you ask the tough questions and if you don't get quite the full answer you're looking for, you ask a follow-up question. like when he asked bernie sanders some tough questions on how he plans to fund free public college tuition. kevin: well, one of the things you want to do is have states pay for a third of this $70 billion plan, correct?
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there are 16 states that are running budget deficits right now. where are they expected to come up with it? alyx: moderating is special, but also a stressful task. about a year went into planning for this debate. a lot of time and energy went into developing tough questions. and then in light of what happened in harris, a lot of that preparation had to shift rather last-minute in order to address the topic on foreign policy and handling of extremists. now, kevin cooney wasn't the only familiar face to central iowans. the des moines register's kathy obradovich sat beside him. both got to ask questions about immigration and education. kevin: two big topics and you know, when you boil it down, i had five to ten different follow-ups, but you got to make way for the other issues. kathy: i thought moderating was generally like standing at the top of an olympic ski lift and looking down and thinking to yourself, this is really going
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to be fun if i survive, you know? alyx: in the end, you know what kevin says he wishes he had, eric and elizabeth? just a little more time. live from drake university, alyx sacks, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: thank you. and we are getting your reaction this morning as well. our now pull wants to know did last , night's dem debate help you decide on a candidate. our results so far this morning. 39% of the folks say yes it kind of help them decide on hillary clinton. 6% said yes toward martin o'malley and 19% said they will probably vote for a gop person, but 12% are still undecided. elizabeth: our coverage of the democratic debate continues all morning.
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"face the nation" with john dickerson, and a special edition of kcci 8 news close-up at 10:30. eric: it sounds like today is going to be a really nice day. frank: this is a live shot from madison county, winterset this morning. there's the water tower, sunshine, blue sky. a perfect place to be this time of year, down in madison county take pictures of fall foliage. maybe you are going on a bike ride morning walk, a little bit chilly. 41 in ankeny. algona checking in at 39. no clouds for the most part right now but high clouds could enter the state to the south and west in just a little bit. more clouds entering the state throughout the afternoon. almost time for breakfast. there is your sunday breakfast
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today, maybe some biscuits and gravy. a mild morning with temperatures around 50 degrees. wind out of the south at five to 15. elizabeth: the violence in paris has sent shockwaves all the way here in des moines. michael lavalle is leading a delegation of des moines embassy club members hundreds of miles away from paris, in the small french town of montbrison. he says there is a lot of concern within the country, and he thinks the attacks represent a turning point. >> before it is something else. but now, this is war. elizabeth: local terrorism expert tom conley say he thinks if terrorists were going to hit the u.s. as well they would have done it the same time they hit france. drake professor mark kende says the attacks aren't a total surprise, with previous ones in both madrid and london.
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morning, seven people linked to the attacks have been detained in belgium. it comes as president obama and other global leaders are gathering in turkey for an international summit. nikole: the president said this was not just an attack on france but on the civilized world. >> the killing of innocent people based on the twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but it is an attack on the civilized world. nikole: president obama spoke shortly after meeting with the president of turkey as the g-20 summit gets underway in that country. the paris attacks now dominating discussions as leaders figure out how to deal with the militant group isis or isil, which has claimed responsibility for the attacks. french president francois hollande was supposed to be at that meeting but pulled out to deal with the attacks. today, he met with top french leaders as the country remains in mourning and on high alert. french troops have been deployed around the city while many popular tourists sites like the eiffel tower have been shut down.
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meantime, authorities continue to search for suspects and have questioned several people in connection with the attacks. in washngton, i'm nikole killion. eric: officials in the u.s. are on high alert as well. they say there is no evidence of a specific threat but have stepped up security in several cities, including at nfl games today. elizabeth: cities around the world are paying tribute to the victims of friday's paris terror attacks. many are taking part by lighting local monuments with red, white and blue, the colors of the french flag. in brazil, you can see the iconic christ the redeemer statue was lit up in a show of support. and back in the u.s., the lights on top of the suntrust building in downtown tampa, florida were also lit up overnight, also showing their support in col now only ford offers $750 black friday bonus cash on select vehicles, on top of ford friends and neighbors pricing.
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frank: 7:44 on your sunday morning. notice the moisture to the south, we will be plugging into that and rain by tomorrow. 44 in des moines, 40 eight in kansas city -- 48 in kansas
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60's today, 50's tomorrow, rain likely monday, tuesday, and wednesday. elizabeth: hundreds of bernie sanders supporters watched last night's debate at the varsity theatre located across the street from campus. senator sanders arrived shortly after the debate, speaking to the capacity crowd of nearly 5000 people. martin o'malley also spoke to his supporters as he made his way to the debate last night,. eric: marc sandalow joins us to break down the debate from a national perspective. it was supposed to focus on the economy but the events in paris shaped and took over that first 30 minutes. what role does that play on the 2016 election? marc: just this morning we are learning that at least one of
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the attackers came over with a group of syrian refugees. last night in the debate, they were all asked about the syrian refugees and the democrats have consistently said, we need to let more in the united states. last night they all said at least 65,000, something the republicans are against. i am sure there were others who will say at a time when the world is this fragile, do we want a real state mogul or neurosurgeon as commander in chief rather than say, a former secretary of state? it can work both ways and it is a reminder that a lot of what happens in politics is out of the hands in canada. eric: what was the highlight for me each candidate the you think? marc: there might have been a few people who did not spend their saturday night watching two hours of democratic debate. i understand there was a football game on.
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for those of you who might have missed it, bernie sanders at one point was defending his high tax on the rich. clinton at one point angrily was defending herself wall street donations and said, i am proud of the fact that 60% of my did donations -- my donations come from women. that certainly will resonate with women around the country. martin o'malley got one of the biggest hands of the night when he labeled donald trump an immigrant bashing carnival barker. eric: big moments for each of them.
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clouds today thankfully, but plenty of sunshine. 42 in ames, mid-30's out to the west. the wind out of the south at nine miles per hour. it could be a little breezy out of the south this afternoon at times. time temperature, 57 degrees -- noontime, 57 degrees. for the most part i think we see the sunshine for much of the day today with clouds around this afternoon. when :00, pulling in some of that moisture from the south leading to chances of rain. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow, starting to pull in some showers. i think we will mainly stay dry and as we head throughout the day tuesday, we pull in another
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it may linger into the early portion of the day on wednesday before we finally start to dry out. 62 degrees today. tonight, 49 the low. could see showers after midnight, otherwise very mild. the 8 day forecast, a chance of rain early tomorrow, dropping our temperatures into the mid-50's. wednesday, early morning chance for the rest of the week. eric: the iowa hawkeyes are in the record books this morning after a big win at camtek stadium last night. -- kinnick stadium last night. the hawks brought back home floyd of rosedale after defeating the golden gophers. kcci's tony seeman was in iowa city. tony: saturday was a historic day at kinnick stadium. it started out with the grapple on the gridiron where iowa took down oklahoma state, and on saturday night, the iowa hawkeye football team moved to 10-0 for the first time in school history.
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belongs. >> it is a good feeling. going out last year and having the game we did, and the game we did this year. tony: the pig is back home at kinnick stadium and thanks to a gutsy performance by the hawkeyes. 506 total yards of offense, including 195 yards from leshun daniels on the ground, including this 51 yard sprint to ice the game. >> it was fun. i was doing whatever i could to help us get a victory. they were going to call my number, i was going to go in and make a play. tony: next iowa takes on purdue for a chance to take on the big 10 west. in iowa city, tony seeman. elizabeth: in other sports news
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this morning, ronda rousey suffered a devastating upset last night. holly holm knocked out the bantamweight champion in the second round. holm landed some powerful hits to rousey's head, leaving her with a bloody nose after the first round. rousey attempted to take back the lead in the second round, but holm snapped a massive kick to the head that dropped rousey to the ground.
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le are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded byover a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. elizabeth: welcome back to kcci. democratic candidates are back on the road after a big night at the debate. eric: alyx sacks's live with a final update of all the action that took place last night. alyx: it is remarkable how this stage at drake university completely transformed for a national audience. our very own kevin cooney was a co-moderator. he said he felt that hillary clinton and bernie sanders performed very strongly and their personalities came out and shined last night. he also said martin o'malley performed much better than he did in the first debate. he got to sit front and center in front of those three presidential candidates and will be weighing on -- weighing in on
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kcci eight news close-up. elizabeth: one more look at the forecast before we go. yesterday. not as warm today, headed for the low 60's. by the afternoon, we will build in a few clouds. tonight with the clouds around we do not drop much in the temperature department, 49 degrees, could see showers well after midnight. the better chance for rain comes tuesday into wednesday. temperature still pretty mild, mid-50's tomorrow, low 60's tuesday. the big time drop in temperatures comes wednesday as the system starts to pull through. 44 our high temperature on saturday. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.
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