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madison county." good evening. a slight chance of freezing rain into the overnight. right now the real chance comes , on sunday. storm team 8's jason sydejko joins us with a quick look at the forecast. jason? jason: chances right now south of the metro, best chances tomorrow late in the evening and overnight on sunday. we have another system to get through, this will create hazards for the monday commute. we have cloudy skies, and you look at the radar, you see the area that has freezing drizzle out there. at the moment, not a lot hitting the ground. but we are getting reports from dallas county a very light stuff. if you are traveling this evening, play it safe -- drive a little slower. we could see some patchy icy mess. because of that, there is am n advisory off to the northwest.
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we will have another area of icing. i will go over the details, coming up in a bit. look at the evening until noon tomorrow, the rest of the junk comes later on. i will break that forecast down, coming up soon. todd: as colorado investigates a deadly shooting at a planned parenthood clinic, right now, the accused gunman is behind bars. and police released new details about that deadly standoff killing three people. david begnaud has the latest from colorado springs. david: newly released video from a shopping mall shows the tense situation unfolding during a deadly shooting rampage in colorado springs. officers with body shields moved people out of harm's way, as gunfire rang out inside a planned parenthood facility on friday. police say robert dear shot and killed three people, including officer garrett swasey. mayor suthers: he heard the call, was in the vicinity, and responded. i'm positive this community will
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the heroism he displayed. david: ozy licano came face to face with the gunman. ozy: i saw myself in the mirror. and i was like, my god, he was aiming for my head. >> i'm hit! david: when it was all over, nine people had been wounded. amazing grace phil: dozens attended a vigil to remember the victims sunday. vicki cowart oversees the facility that was attacked. vicki: what happened yesterday was a terrible crime, resulted in a terrible tragedy, and we will never forget it. david: when dear finally surrendered, a source tells cbs news he said, quote, "no more baby parts." on sunday, investigators searched his properties in colorado and north carolina. neighbors say dear was a recluse. robert: he didn't say much, and he wasn't outgoing, where he would talk to you. so, he kinda stayed to himself. david: relatives also describe dear as "weird and
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unpredictable." david begnaud, cbs news, colorado springs. todd: dear is being held without bond. he'll go before a judge on monday. right now, fort dodge police are hunting for a suspect in a shooting. 22-year-old torre mosley is wanted on attempted murder and other charges. fort dodge police say mosley is wanted in the shooting of 25-year-old damal clayton. around 2:00 friday morning, clayton was found with multiple gunshot wounds, near sneaker's eatery and pub. he's in serious but stable condition at a des moines hospital tonight. tonight, in commitment 2016 news, republican presidential candidate donald trump defends himself against allegations he mocked a reporter with a disability. here is the video. earlier this week, trump appeared to have mocked the reporter during a speech. his actions prompted an advocacy group to offer trump sensitivity training. at a rally today in sarasota, florida, trump says he was not making fun of anybody. donald: i would never mock a person that has difficulty. i would never do that.
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do it. [applause] i would never do it. i would never do it. todd: trump also bragged about his standing in polls, and dismissed two rivals who are from florida -- marco rubio and , of course, jeb bush. gop hopeful ben carson is in the middle east. the presidential candidate is in jordan on a fact-finding mission, visiting refugee camps. carson recently came under fire for comparing syrian refugees to "rabid dogs." he says the u.s. needs to do more to help solve the syrian refugee problem. he also says letting 25,000 of them into the u.s. does nothing to solve the crisis. he's been slumping a bit, since questioning over terrorism and foreign policy have dominated the campaign. carson heads back to the u.s. and the campaign trail tomorrow. also on the campaign trails tomorrow, republican presidential candidate ted cruz. he has several stops planned in this state sunday, including one here in des moines.
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christian life assembly of god church on fleur drive. lots of iowan's will be out scoring deals this weekend. experts say at least 136 million americans will go shopping this long holiday weekend. and new numbers show a fall in black friday store sales this season. sales actually fell 10% to $10.4 billion, down from $11.6 billion last year. the reason? an increase in online shopping, as americans hunt down bargains on their smartphones and on their computers. after black friday, local businesses got their turn in the spotlight today. small business saturday took over iowa. shoppers swarmed the shops in places like valley junction. store owners say business doubles and even tripled today. they say there's more benefit to shopping local, since the money goes right back into the community. mary: i get tons of people through the door that say we especially come to valley junction on small business saturday, because we want to keep everybody here. todd: and business owners say
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the holiday boosts sales on regular shopping days, as well. there is another day popping up now around black friday and cyber monday. this one is called giving tuesday. instead of shopping, non-profits are asking everybody to give to others in need. giving tuesday is promoted online with the social media hashtag #givingtuesday. several des moines non-profits and organizations are participating. and the community foundation of greater des moines is holding a giving card giveaway. people can write about their charitable giving story on the foundation's website. the winner will have $250 donated to a non-profit of their choice. sara: there is so much joy that comes from giving to a cause you care about, and supporting those causes that are doing great work. it's a wonderful opportunity to teach those in your family, too, about giving back. todd: other participating groups include the ymca and big
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singing at the civic center, the first showing of "bridges of madison county" tonight. the first look at the broadway production, starting right where that story began. the "hunger games" films have grossed more than $2.5 billion dollars. john pascuzzi reviews the final installment, "mockingjay: part 2," tonight. paul rhoads coaches his last game, while his replacement has reportedly been selected. later in sports, scott reister joins us with the latest. it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing obamacare, and taking on insurance companies to bring down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family be deprived of healthcare. i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away.
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announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: welcome back. broadway's musical "bridges of madison county" launched it's national tour right here in des moines, where it all started. tonight was the first preview at the des moines civic center. kcci's rose heaphy joins us live in studio. what was it like> ? rose: there was a lot of excitement and buzz from the theater-goers. as this story takes place in iowa, perhaps it meant a little more kicking off here. the iowa love story comes to iowa once again. i've been looking for something jeff: just to have it here, i've
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been working with the producers for three years on this. so, to come to this night is a little surreal. rose: the origins of "bridges of madison county" run deep in iowa. in the 90's, isowan robert james waller published the best-selling novel, which spawned a blockbuster film, starring meryl streep and clint eastwood. having the broadway musical start here? jeff: it seemed to make perfect sense to open here in iowa, just a few miles away from the actual bridges of madison county. rose: much to the joy of the story's many fans. isabel: so now, we get to see it in iowa. i mean, that's perfect. i'm sure it's going to be great. rose: the musical captures the story about an iowa farm woman's whirlwind romance with a traveling photographer. jason robert brown, who won two tony awards for composing the score, conducted the night's performance. jeff: in the very opening song, iowa is mentioned.
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and i think that will illicit a great response. rose: making the musical feel a little bit like home. build myself a home [applause] rose: the civic center president tells me there are still tickets available. the show runs through december 5. in studio, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. todd: looks like fun. thanks, rose. a slow-moving wintry storm system, being blamed for more than a dozen deaths, is moving out of texas. but it keeps coating some states to the north in ice, making for some very dangerous driving conditions. the band of storms that's been moving through parts of the plains and the midwest since thursday is blamed for at least 14 deaths, including eight in texas and six in kansas. a 70-year-old woman, whose car was swept away by flash flooding friday in fort worth, remains missing. although the icy conditions are expected to persist in parts of oklahoma and kansas through tonight, forecasters say sunday
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freezing and thaw out. taking a live look outside now at our downtown skycamera. we have been getting a little bit of news about freezing rain falling around the metro. jason sydejko is in now. is it here yet? jason: it is scattered, metro really southward. take a look at the radar, blobs of purple -- radar picking up on the freezing rain. south of lamoni is heaviest now, but that doesn't necessarily mean that all of it is hitting or sticking to the ground. we do have isa considerable storm through most of the day on monday. snow chances off to the northwest, could pick up even 6-8 inches in a lot of spots. you would definitely want to drive safely on your way to and your way back from work.
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you could see ice in some locations. a closer look to the south now, a few locations seeing drizzle -- it continues to inch northward. really going to be spotty overnight, you can see the magnitude of this system. a lot of counties in that winter advisory, all the way down to oklahoma city. slick roads, regardless of where your wrap. if you are traveling tonight, take heed of that. pretty average for this time of year, especially into the evening. tomorrow, though, not quite average rated 38 degrees, a couple of degrees shy. the main story is that light precipitation into the evening hours, we can start to see some of that in the southwestern portion of the state as early as 6 p.m. that will continue throughout the day on monday, especially the morning. we will see the best chances, you see futurecast overtakes us
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with the clouds and the light freezing drizzle as the area pushes on out of. it will make way for all this in the morning hours tomorrow, that subsides little bit. then we get that next wave that will overtake most of the state, anything in purple is that winter he makes, that freezing rain. some of that does look to be fairly heavy. again, 6-8 inches not out t the question with this. your best chances of the snow mainly off to the northwest, mason city up to 9.2. another bona fide winter weather maker. i cannot stress enough, as this shifts is working on metro could be in on that snow, too. the worst will stay to the west, areas like ames and fort dodge and mason city, freezing rain is your best potential. again, we carry those chances all the way up to the minnesota border, as well. if you're headed out anywhere
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monday, please state whether-aware. we will keep you posted here. along with us chances for light freezing drizzle, tomorrow, we are in the upper 30's. after we get this thing out of our hair, we hang on to that tuesday. but after that, we get sunshine, back to 50. a good forecast is in the future. we just have to pretty much get through this crazy monday. todd say goodbye to katniss
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todd: the "hunger games" movie series comes to an end with the last film, "mockingjay: part 2." john pascuzzi tells us if that makes him happy or sad. john: you know, it's the fourth and final film in one of the most successful movie franchises of this decade. it's "hunger games, mockingjay: part 2." jennifer lawrence is back as katniss everdeen, who joins her rebel allies in the final showdown against panem's dictator, president snow. but now, katniss realizes it's more than just a struggle for survival. it's for the future of panem, itself. and that means snow must die -- which she shares with her fellow rebel, johanna mason, jena
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>> will you tell him hi for me? we are old friends., you know? i am going to kill snow. nothing is good or safe while he is alive. i cannot make another speech about it. john: and so begins the final fight for panem, which could cost katniss everything. "mockingjay: part 2" is poignant and, at times, powerful, but a bit disappointing. oh, it has all the necessadry ry elements. action, explosive special effects, and lawrence, who has been the driving force behind the success. but inhe end, the film turns out to be more fizzle than sizzle. "hunger games, mockingjay: part 2" -- it's one too many. for kcci 8 news, this is john pascuzzi at the movies. todd: next week, john reviews "spotlight," starring michael keaton.
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shocking investigation that won the "boston globe" a 2003 pulitzer price for reporting. scott reister in now, you have a very busy day with lots of news at iowa state.
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rhojeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice:
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to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible
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announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: the cyclones have reportedly turned to a new rocket to lead their program. "sports illustrated" reports that toledo's matt campbell is the choice. unnamed sources say that iowa state has canceled all other interviews, zeroing in on the 35-year-old coach. another report says toledo is trying to raise his salary to keep them. campbell won nine games in three of his four years at toledo. he is 35-15 overall, including a 9-2 record this season. his team beat iowa state earlier this season. now the man he will be reportedly replacing made quite a mark on the program. paul rhoads etched his name in cyclone lore with some incredible upsets and viral celebrations.
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but his losing record led to his firing earlier this week. saturday was rhoads' last time to lead his team. the cyclones closed out the season at west virginia. and closed the books on the all paul rhoads era. iowa state's opening drive took them down to the mountaineer 31 yard line. joel lanning back to pass. k.j. dillon swipes it away. that led to a touchdown and a 7-0 west virginia lead. second quarter, isu stull down -- isu still down 7. lanning again, picked. lanning was just 17/34 for 163 and the 2 picks. half. a big pass from skyler howard shelton gibson. 23-6. , 30-6. are on the team. but he refers to all his players
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as his own. paul: that is what they are. they are parents, families, they have entrusted us with them. and the head coach is at the top of that heap. and to help raise them, i referred them as that, to help them grow and letmature. every single one of them. scott: rhoads ends his seven-year run with a 32-55 overall record. the hawkeyes got to hoist the heroes game hardware friday night in lincoln. that's not the trophy they really want. incredibly, this team is three wins away from a national championship. in order to get to the college football playoff, they have to win next week's big 10 championship game. and saturday, they found out who their opponent will be. the big 10 east race came down to two games. the first, ohio state and michigan. ohio state's zeke elliot was the big man on campus.
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214 yards on 30 carries and 2 touchdowns. ohio state wins 42-13. but they needed help. they needed michigan state to lose to penn state. but you know what, this he spartans did not feel like cooperating. look at demetrius cox. weaving through traffic, 77 yards. michigan state punching its ticket to indianapolis etc.. we are set for the big 10 championship game a week from tonight. kickoff just after 7:00. the hawkeyes will once again be doubted. bring it on. c.j.: the coach told guys out there there will be people who speculate that we are overrated. but we are 12-0 right now. that is all you can say.
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they did not expect us to beat nebraska. and we did it. they do not expect us to win half the games we won this year. scott: will they win number 13? kcci sports team will be there. we will have a live pre-game, hour-long special friday, december 4 at 8:00. right here on kcci. here's the scores affecting the college football playoff. look at the top four. clemson one narrowly. alabama beat auburn. looks like oklahoma state will beat oklahoma. notre dame lost on a last-second field goal to stanford. notre dame and baylor both falling. uni in the playoffs come around one, fcs. look at charles brown from aaron bailey.
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they are on to face portland state in round two in the fcs bracket. this young man checking out the grandview vikings hosting marian. would he be happy? jordan cheatem with running room , 7-3 lead. the vikings could not hang with krishawn hogan. marian bounces grandview. fine season comes to a close. we usually do our fareway student athlete of the week on friday nights. but this is our final one of the season. we're making it our saturday special. big congratulations to j.j. orput, the cross country standout from carlisle. he's a leader on the course and in the classroom. congratulations to j.j. and all of this year's fareway student athletes of the week. the fourth ranked iowa state basketball team is both talented and smart.
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weekend in florida. pretty good idea there. championship game of the emerald coast classic, taking in illinois. close game in the second half. isu down 1. just give it to your all-american georges niang down , low. monte morris had 20 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists. this was a half quart alley-oop to abdel nader for the slam. isu wins, 84-73. 5-0 on the year. drake at home taking on the flames from illinois-chicago. the bulldogs led by 6 at the break, and then flat out dominated the second half. kale and reed, 23 each. drake win they are 4-3. , 83-62. women's basketball, iowa takes care of houston 64-50 in austin. cyclones may have a new coach,
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from todd: there is a mysterious pink shadow on the radar these days. jason: it is lurking about like a ninja. monday, early on, some of us have a chance after 6 p.m. tomorrow of that continuing to push and. down near lamoni, you have a chance of seeing that.
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