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protests and outrage in chicago. thank you for choosing us to start your day on kcci eight news this morning weekend. it is sunday, december 6. we are starting with a look at the forecast. frank: temperatures are decent, 42 degrees. 38 in ames. some isolated showers especially down to the south and west. entering union county, on the west side of creston with moderate to heavy pockets of rainfall. not much in the accumulating rainfall as the showers moved to the north and east. just on the eastern side of sheraton, kind of moving along highway 34 into taylor county and eventually wrangled county on the west side of mount air. we'll keep the chance for the shower in the forecast with 9:00
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by noon, most of the rain is out of here. you could see sunshine by this afternoon. a big stretch of 50's in the forecast, that and more coming up. alyx: thanks frank. it was an upsetting night for hawkeye fans as they fell to michigan state for their first loss of the season. the spartans were favored to win their second conference title game in three years. it was a game of field goals with michigan missing 2 of their first 7 attempts. iowa held a lead late into the fourth quarter in the big 10 championship game in indianapolis. cj beathard found smith h r an 85-yard touchdown giving iowa a 13 to 9 lead. it was looking pretty good. the spartans then took possesion of the ball for about 9 minutes. and in the end, they were able to punch it in with 27 seconds left to play. with no timeouts left and only 22 seconds to play, iowa was unable to score. msu wins it 16 to 13. hawkeye fans invaded indy and dominated the crowds downtown,
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how they took over the city this weekend. indy officials estimate more than 80,000 visitors came in for the game. although the final score is disappointing, fans say this team surpassed expectations and delivered an historic season. scott riecker: we've got a historic football team that played a championship game against a championship team and we came up on the short end of the stick. but these young men left it all on the field, and i think there's still a sense of humble pride being. alyx: later this morning on espn, the college football playoff pairings will be announced. that's at 11:30. then at 2:00, they'll release the final rankings. as well as the rose bowl, sugar bowl, fiesta bowl and peach bowl pairings will be announced. we'll have more from indy coming up in your morning sports. in other sports news. uni played in the fcs playoffs last night as well. it was round 2 for the 15th ranked panthers against 4th ranked portland state.
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on the ground, and they ran all over the vikings. in all, uni ran for 401 yards in their 29 to 17 victory. now, uni will advance to play third ranked north dakota state in the fcs quarterfinals next saturday. now to an update on a breaking news story you saw here first saturday. police are now saying, several people in a des moines home fought back after a man broke into their home. the suspect is now dead. kcci's kim st. onge explains what happened and whether they could be facing charges. >> east side cars taking a report of a stabbing. i guess it's gonna be a home invasion. kim: 911 dispatch audio is giving us some idea of what may have happened inside this east side home that led to one man's death. >> a black male broke in with a gun. caller heard a lot of yelling. caller said her son's girlfriend stabbed the suspect. kim: neighbors like diondra sterling were unsettled seeing dozens of police and crime scene
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theirs. diondra sterling: i mean, if it's a home invasion, i got my daughter. that's not as good. oh my goodness. kim: merlie crowley also lives close by and describes the neighborhood as quiet and friendly. merlie crowley: most of us don't even keep their doors locked. i mean, we are just so comfortable there and we're used to it. kim: others see it differently-- jason miller: i don't feel safe here. i was just telling my mother this morning that i wanted to move. kim: and weren't as surprised to hear which house was involved. jason miller: just because of all the problems that they've had with police being over there. kim: right now there are more questions than answers. >> i got a male in the basement, looks like several stab wounds. kim: as police try to figure out a motive and exactly how this went from a home invasion to des moines' 20th homicide this year. alyx: no word yet on cause of death or the identity of the suspect.
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attorney. police say iowa does not have the stand your ground law, but force if you're facing serious harm or death. now to another breaking news here yesterday. forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one apartment. the fire spread to the wooden awning. residents were able to escape from their rooms without injury. in more local news. central iowa is making a push for bicycle transportation, using a new round of grant dollars. the des moines register reports that new plans include bike parking spaces and lanes in central iowa communities. $75,000 in grants through the wellmark foundation will fund six street projects in des moines, windsor heights, carlisle and johnston. here in des moines, three street
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ingersoll avenue will be turned -- have been turned into bike corrals. now to coralville, where the police department is struggling with how to store the vast amount of video footage from body cameras. the department first outfitted its officers with the cameras last year. recently, the city council authorized more than $18,000 for the police department to upgrade its computer servers and purchase additional digital storage space. coralville's 33 officers upload and average of 70 videos per day. and governor branstad has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff in honor of pearl harbor remembrance day. the order asks flags be lowered from 8 until 5 tomorrow. flags will be at half-staff at the state capital and on all public buildings, grounds, and facilities throughout the state. individuals, businesses, and schools are encouraged to do so as well. we will check in with frank. good morning. frank: thankfully, we are just dealing with rain.
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you don't know what you can get. usually it is the white stuff. here's satellite radar with light showers through fort dodge. back south into western iowa and the south into taylor county and toward bedford, a pocket of rain sliding through al be a. it is moving to the north and east to the morning hours. eventually we will see clouds wake up. look at kansas city at 50 degrees. should be smooth sailing from the east with limited chances for rain. isolated showers breaking up through the morning hours. take a look at your outlook. morning showers decrease, temperatures in the mid-40's tomorrow.
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tuesday is above average in the mid-50's. can we hang on to those temperatures? details coming up. alyx: right now, president obama says the u.s. will not be terrorized by the shooting in california. during his weekly address he said isis and other terrorist groups actively encourage people to commit terrible acts of violence. tune in tonight for the president's address to the nation about terror threats to the u.s. following the san bernardino shooting. he's expected to talk about the steps the government is taking to keep people safe after the recent attacks. protests in chicago continued saturday after the city released hundreds of pages of documents tied to the deadly shooting of a black teenager back in october. video of the shooting tells a very different story than the reports filed by responding officers. brian webb reports. brian: protestors hit the streets of chicago saturday, claiming a cover-up after a black teenager was gunned down by a white police officer.
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is an attack on the policies, the procedures, the cover-up, the brotherhood that impacted so many lives. brian: this video shows 17-year-old laquan mcdonald moving away from police before being shot 16 times in 14 seconds by officer jason van dyke. but van dyke and at least four other officers wrote in their reports that mcdonald was moving toward them, swinging the knife in an "aggressive, exaggerated manner." and at least two claimed that after mcdonald was shot, he was attempting to get up while still armed with the knife. the chicago police department first ruled the shooting was justifiable homicide. now, van dyke is facing murder charges. on tuesday, mayor rahm emanuel fired the city's police superintendent. jesse jackson: we want the police culture cleaned up. those who saw it and withheld information should part of the condemnation. brian: but some believe the changes should go even further,
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emanuel's own resignation. brian webb for cbs news, new york. alyx: the shooting is now under investigation by the u.s. attorney's office. still ahead. ted cruz rising to the top, and dr. ben carson still trying to stand out from who he calls "career politicians." where the two and several other republicans met in iowa. and now bernie is weighing in. what he would like to see changed in the nation's guns laws.
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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. coming up on 5:15. rain out there but not in the metro. to the north and west. fort dodge, webster city right now. southwestern iowa too. very spotty showers, moderate and maybe little bits of heavy rainfall sometimes but it won't be long-lived. keep this in mind if you are
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rain chances decrease sharply through the morning. by 8:00 a.m., a chance of rain. notice pretty much no chance of rain as that precipitation moves off to the east and temperatures are the other story waking up mild. low 40's here in the city. temperatures over the next week 46 today and we build in the heat wave. low 50's monday and tuesday. we hang around 55 most of the week. but that is one good-looking stretch. alyx: turning to commitment 2016 news. we haven't seen the week-by-week shifting at the top of the republican polls like we did leading up to the 2012 caucuses. yet movement and momentum linger as republicans try to capture support in iowa. saturday in cedar rapids, five of the field of 13 appearing, including the texas senator in
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chris: texas senator ted cruz enjoying the largest ovations throughout saturday's rising tide summit in downtown cedar rapids, as well as the most media attention. cruz has pushed through past 20% in two recent polls, ahead of dr. ben carson and closer to donald trump. he talked extensively of national security after the killings in california. ted cruz: what was the response of president obama and hillary of the news media to this terror attack in san bernadino? it was to go after the constitutional rights of citizens to keep and bear arms. chris: dr. carson spoke later on saturday, still trying to reach into his non-traditional politician appeal. dr. carson: the political class would have you believe that they are the only ones who can solve problems, but they need to go back and investigate that this country was designed for the citizen statemen, and not the career politician. chris: kentucky senator rand paul talked about growing the republican base, especially
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rand paul: i still bring the message of limited government, of government that leaves us alone but of government that is also a government that says to young people 'you should get another chance if you make a mistake.' " chris: after a surge amid earlier debates, carly fiorina's poll numbers have stayed stuck in the single digits. a major talking point has been to simplify the tax code. >> there has been a plan for the -- three-page tax code. we'll like for good ideas, we just don't get them done. chris: think back to years ago when rick santorum was pulling high, winning iowa at 25%. he's way back in the polling and trying to appeal for more industrial voters. >> nominate somebody who connects with workers, who connects with people who are strugglig in america, who has a vision that, when they hear the
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plan. alyx: donald trump was just one of many not in attendance saturday. trump is now accusing family members of the san bernardino killers for hiding the couple's deadly plot. he made those allegations ahead of a rally in spencer, iowa. donald trump: i believe the sister of the killer, i watched the interview, i believe she knew what was going on. i think his mother knew what was going on, she went into the apartment. alyx: trump added the outcome would have been better if the victims had guns. on the democratic side. 2016 hopeful bernie sanders is calling for new gun safety laws following the mass shooting. his comments came during a town hall event in new hampshire. sanders is calling for legislative measures to address gun violence, including instant background checks, an assault weapons ban, and improved mental health services. bernie sanders: we have to strengthen and expand instant background checks.
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that it is a dumb idea to allow people to own guns who should not have them because of the criminal background or because of mental illness? i support people's rights to hunt, its part of our cultural heritage. but people do not go hunting with assault weapons. alyx: the attacks in san bernardino will definitely be discussed this morning on kcci close-up. stacey horst sits down and talks with gop hopeful rick santorum. good morning. stacey: good morning, alyx. this morning we sit down with candidate rick santorum. hear how he hopes to win the iowa caucuses again at his reaction to the tragedy in san bernardino. archon -- our conversation starts after face the nation here on kcci. alyx: frank, folks will wake up to rain a little bit. frank: we are driving in the metro.
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eventually madison county getting in on some of this and it's probably running on the western side of town in creston. and there's another pocket to the south and east. albia down toward centerville. we will keep an eye on that. not much in the way of accumulating rainfall. pc satellite, clouds out there starting to clear out. that will be the trend through the day as low-pressure pulls out. there is the area of clearing, high pressure building and on the back side. wake-up temperatures looking great at 42 in des moines, 48 in ames. we will keep that scatter chance for a shower around mainly this morning. by noon, 46 degrees. pretty much holding on to study
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not as warm as yesterday with low pressure moving through with wind out of the northwest. decreaea in clouds this afternoon, western iowa getting more sunshine as the system pulls through. a low-pressure system and frontal boundary pulling through, high pressure on the backside through the afternoon and evening. let's check futurecast, not picking up much rainfall. by 11:00, most of it is out of here and we work in sunshine to the west. question iowa sees more sunshine then we do in the central. through the evening, clouds breakup. could see patchy fog late tonight. temperatures are a few degrees warmer than today. morning showers are sticking around as clouds decrease with wind out of the northwest. mild temperatures with some cloud cover in the sky.
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we will just keep those nice temperatures around, wednesday 54 with a few clouds. increasing the chance for rain by the end of the week as another storm system passes through friday into the weekend. >> confetti on the field at lucas oil stadium.
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the hawkeyes with their firs i find my box of honey bunches of oats and i'm checking to see if i packaged it. best cereal in the world right there.
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>> good morning everybody. last night, michigan state claimed the championship beating iowa at their own game. a tough smash game for 60 minutes but the spartans had just enough for a 22 play drive to seal the deal. a win 16-13. the hawkeyes have nothing to do but wait for their poll destination. neither team could crack the end zone in the first half. but iowa scored a big play at the start of the fourth quarter. unloading the 85 yard touchdown pass. the hawkeyes had a 13 to nine lead.
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22 play drive, milking the clock down in the final minute before scoring the final touchdown. michigan state wins the big ten championship. [applause] >> just hurts. we gave it everything we've got, just executed a little better. i don't think we were quite there with our details. >> hats off to them. they finished and we ran out of time. the code choice says we have to put out the fire. -- the coach always says we have to put out the fire. >> we just couldn't come out with that. they played tougher than we did but it came down to the wire. >> we played a very hard-fought
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i can speak for the rest of my team and say we all fought for each other. >> it was a heartbreaking loss, the 1-yard line. we will come back, make less mistakes, find out who we are playing and figure it out. >> we work hard and we aren't everyone we got. we just came up short today. >> we competed really hard today , unfortunately we could not get the w but i think we deserve it. >> while the spartans celebrate, for the hawkeyes, it is hurry up and wait. we will find out where they will play this afternoon. from indianapolis, andy garman, .
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in other sports news. uni played in the fcs playoffs last night as well. it was round 2 for the 15th ranked panthers against 4th ranked portland state. the panthers couldn't be stopped on the ground. and they ran all over the vikings, winning 29 to 17. now, uni will advance to play
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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. alyx: fbi raid. the new connections investigators are finding with the attackers in san bernardino. and the new debate about california's gun laws. and deadly home invasion. a burglar breaks into a des moines home while the owners are inside. what one neighbor is saying about the incident. good morning, thanks for choosing us. frank is sitting by with a look at the forecast. it has been unseasonably warm. frank: most folks would rather have showers than snow this morning. it is december so you never know
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we should usually be waking up in the 20's but we are waking up in the 40's. we are well above our daytime high. 42 degrees is what you are waking up to. by the way, the average high temperatures are around 36 or 37 degrees. when you wake up to these 40's, they are feeling pretty good. fort dodge also purporting a shower this morning. the showers. around through the morning but they'll be short-lived. a mix of sun and clouds, 3:00 temperature in the mid 40's. alyx: right now, a stabbing in london is being treated as a terrorist incident. the man was subdued by police with a stun gun after he stabbed three people at a subway station in east london. the suspect reportedly yelled "this is for syria" before the
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one man sustained serious, but non life-threatening injuries. two others have minor injuries. investigators not yet revealing exactly why they consider this a terror attack. and in california, there's now a debate about whether california gun laws need strengthening, although they are already the toughest in the nation. meanwhile, investigators raided the home of a man with ties to syed farook, one of the two shooters in the deadly rampage in san bernardino. chris martinez has the latest. chris: fbi agents raided a home in riverside california early saturday morning. shooting rampage suspect, sayed farook's family used to live next door. i heard the windows crashing, the garage being torn, the breaking in by law enforcement. chris the house belonged to a : friend of farook's who allegedly purchased two assault rifles used in the shooting that killed 14 people. the fbi's investigation is also focusing on the couple's ties to terrorist organizations. >> so far we have no indication that these killers are part of a
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cell. chris: yet according to an unnamed federal law enforcement official, the los angeles times reports that syed farook had "some kind" of contact with people from the nusra front in syria, and the radical shabab group in somalia. his wife, 29-year-old tashfeen malik, pledged her support to isis and its leader, abu bakr al baghdadi, in an online post just before the deadly rampage. malik's friends also say that in the last two years she became more devout, and started dressing conservatively. isis' official radio station called the couple "followers," but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino. alyx: tonight, president obama is expected to address the country tonight. he'll discuss what the government is doing to keep people safe after the recent
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back here at home. one man is dead after breaking into an east side home early saturday morning. it happened around 2:00 in the morning in the 2000 block of east 14th street. police say there was an altercation in the home that left a man and woman who live there injured and the suspect dead. a neighbor tells kcci the news is shocking. merlie crowley: we're a very friendly neighborhood. i mean, everyone is very close and everyone is very trusting to each other. and so it'd be very surprising to hear this. alyx: police have not yet released the name of the victims or the suspect who died. and no charges have been filed at this point. this is des moines' 20th homicide of the year. an early saturday morning a fire forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out around 7:30 at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one of the units. the fire spread to the wooden awning.
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their rooms without injury. we talk about 50's and our forecast, that's like october weather. frank: we are just not really use of this in iowa but it does happen occasionally. can we keep 50's? we will tell you that in of it. showers are rotating through the state. another line to the west. these will go through the metro for a few hours but they will be out of here by around 11:00. you can see clearing starting to happen in nebraska pulling through as we move through the afternoon. question iowa sees the bulk of the sunshine. 53 in north platte, folks headed back to the iowa game with indianapolis at 48. i don't think they'll see much in the way of trouble concerns. 46 in bismarck. the outlook looking pretty good.
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low 50's, look at tuesday. average. alyx: on saturday, dozens of families walked away with a christmas tree and some barbeque for free. it was part of the iowa bbq society's 20th annual tree and food giveaway. there were 75 trees, 600 pounds of pork from cookies bbq, and canned goods up for grabs. organizers say they're thrilled the event has continued to grow. speed herrig: i feel pretty fortunate, so does everybody else, we can afford to do this to help these people out. you have to give back for the space we occupy while we are here. they say thanks, for the smile of their face is actually enough payback. alyx: smokey d's bbq was also there handing out breakfast sandwiches. still to come, the holiday gift that is practically flying off the shelves. there is a report of a serious and hazardous problem. why it's still being sold. plus, how a new christmas light display is impacting pilots. not just the special one from
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are causing for airlines.o feel connected, informed, included, on every screen in your life. we are broadcasters; always here for you, wherever here may be. text washington. tell them local stations matter. alyx: welcome back. check out these wonderful photos of the sunset. a viewer captured this over des moines this last week. and we had quite the sunrise
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it a picture over the capitol building. you can see all the incredible colors popping out behind the dome. lovelies. -- love these pictures. frank: you're not going to see some sunshine this morning but we could see some by this afternoon. yesterday was great, 51 in des moines. kind of saw a couple of peeks of sunshine through the later portion of the morning. we have showers this morning especially to the west. those will mainly stick around, 8:00 a.m. rain trend at 40% and 20% by noon. we might see sunshine. look at how mild they are. knoxville this our checks and in the low 40's. heading for the low 40's -- mid 40's today. still decent for this time of
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mainly cloudy skies, western iowa sees more sunshine. alyx: a consumer alert this morning about one of the hottest gifts of the season. hoverboards are catching fire. while there hasn't been an official recall, some regulators are concerned. jeff van sant has more. jeff: hover boards are the new "it" thing to have. >> it's the hottest toy for christmas right now. the hottest thing. jeff: here at future x in scottsdale, there's always a steady stream of customers looking to get the self balancing device. >> we can't even keep up with jeff: recently, a string of videos have popped up online -- showing the hoverboards fully engulfed in flames or even house. >> before i even had time to say it was fire, the entire middle of the board was just, poof, literally exploded. >> they all look the same on the outside but its whats on the inside, that's whats most jeff: starves christianson says it comes down to cheap knock
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>> this customer bought this board on amazon. plugged it in, used it, said it's public it was burning. jeff: the culprit is the lithium batteries. >> that company was cutting costs. how were they cutting costs? they put in a cheap battery. that's going to be the outcome. jeff: so it really comes down to if you want to play, you gotta pay. >> you get what you pay for. you want a cheap board, what do you think they're selling you? jeff: a good board can cost you anywhere from 5 to over 800 bucks. so when you see something cheap onlines, the deal is too good to be true. >> with these kiosks and online, they're here today, gone to tomorrow. and what are you gonna do? you're gonna end up biting the bullet. alyx: if you're going to be buying a hoverboard this holiday season, make sure you do some research about the company you are buying the board from. christmas lights are causing trouble in the skies after an american airlines pilot reported being flashed by a laser from a display. we're not talking about your
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either. jeff paul has more from dallas. jeff: they're supposed to make decorating for the holidays easier. no ladders, no nails, and no hammers. but investigators with the faa say these some of these new laser christmas light displays are proving dangerous to pilots. >> it's something that most people don't think about when they're putting up some kind of display or anything like that. they don't realize that they might be causing a problem. jeff: retired pilot david kelly says he isn't surprised to hear what happened to an american airlines crew last night. the faa says their boeing 737 was struck by a laser while flying at 13,000 feet. a dallaspolice helicopter traced the beam back to a home about 22 miles east of dfw airport. >> the intent is what's important. obviously, these people did not intend for this to happen.
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to shut it off and they don't, then that might border on being violating a criminal law. otherwise, no it's not. jeff: kelly says folks who buy laser light displays need to make sure they're pointed at the house and not the sky. and for those who are buying into this emerging holiday technology and are lighting up their homes without care. >> i'd tell them to stop immediately because first of all, they're endangering people's lives and second, they're endangering people's health and third, they themselves could end up in criminal prosecution. alyx: the ffa will ask residents with these displays to take them down. if they refuse, the cases could go to court. alyx: coming up on kcci after the break. could it be one of the best films of the year? john pascuzzi gives us his review of "spotlight." and speaking of spotlight. she's known for taking up her fair share. now kim kardashian is a mommy times 2.
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>> weather is never more than five minutes away, only on kcci 8 news this morning. frank: good morning and welcome back. we have showers out there, but not in the metro. creston down toward mount ayr.
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and webster city. a line of showers, the heaviest rain has been to the south and east -- rather, the south and west. showers will continue to move to the east and we don't anticipate much in the way of accumulation rain wise from the showers. 42 in des moines, notice clarion at 37. things are looking good through the day. notice the rain sticks around in the morning, then :00 a.m. to 41. 46 by noon. i think most of this rain breaks up through the latter portion of the morning. 45 by 3:00. western iowa gets in on sunshine.
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high pressure moves in meeting warmer temperatures through the start of your work week. here is futurecast. most of those start their breakup, we even start to break out with sunshine to the west. we will call it a mix of sunshine and clouds with western iowa picking up on more sunshine. more on monday as clouds move off to the east. you might wake up to fog tomorrow morning but no rain like today. clouds on the decrease this afternoon with wind out of the northwest at five to 15. we will hold on to the heating, wind out of the west at five to 10. monday, 53. coming keep temperatures around 55 degrees all week with overnight lows around 40. our next rainmaker arrives by the end of the week.
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forecast. alyx: sometimes fact is better than fiction. john pascuzzi explains why this review of the new film, "spotlight". john: the investigation of sexual abuse by children bite catholic priests in messages is. michael keaton stars as a editor who leads his investigative team through the coverups by the archdiocese of boston. it will be a meticulous and courageous fight that will reveal back secrets no one would want to believe for here. >> we need the full scope. >> let's take it to ben and let him decide. >> we will decide when i do. >> it's time.
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-- and they let it happen. they could have been you, it could of been any of us. we have to nail these scumbags and show people nobody can get away with this, not a priest, or cardinal, or pope. john: the global one the price for investigative reporting on this piece, the ensemble cast also includes mark ruffalo and rachel mcadams. they never would -- "spotlight", it is spot on. this is john pascuzzi at the movies. alyx: next week, john reviews "creed." slyvester stallone returns as rocky balboa. in other entertainment news this morning. kim kardashian west and husband kanye welcomed their second child to the world saturday. in true kardashian form, kim announced her son's birth on her website and app.
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but the couple has said it will avoid going with another direction. their two-year-old daughters name is north west. sticking with the kardashian clan this morning. caitlyn jenner is facing another lawsuit for her role in a deadly crash earlier this year. people magazine reports a family is suing jenner for injuries they suffered. the driver of the car was killed in the crash. authorities have cleared the former olympian of any wrongdoing in the accident and woman's dealth. it was a close call for morgan freeman. a private plane he was in made a hard landing saturday evening. the oscar winner was traveling from mississippi to texas when the plane blew a tire while taking off. the plane made an emergency landing, then skidded off the runway, damaging it further. only the 78-year-old actor and the pilot were on board. no one was injured. kcci 8 news time is 5:53 on this
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alyx: welcome back. frank sinatra would have been 100-years-old this week. and as cbs sunday mornings mo rocca tells us that's cause for celebration of a man who had an unparalleled passion for music and life. >> when i was 35. it was a very good year. >> i never knew anyone and i still don't know anyone who else who felt things as deeply and took things to heart the way he did. mo" she says her father, an only child, was no stranger to pain. >> he was a big baby and they had to deliver him with forceps. which are like salad tongs. and cut his eardrum.
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>> he preferred almost to be photographed from the right side and not the left. mo: not that a scar could hold him back. sinatra was a superstar over 60 years. on the radio to the movies. and in concert. that is a guy who knew how to swing and might take a swing at you. sinatra to find the limits of cool off stage and on. her father was a big tipper. >> huge. one parking guy, i think he gave him $200. the guy said thank you, mr. sinatra, that is the biggest tip i've ever had. the other was $100. he said, what cheapskate give you that?
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alyx: frank sinatra, the man and his music. plus, the inside story of the art heist of the century. and actress brie larson. those stories and more this sunday morning right here on kcci at 8:00. then at 9:30, "face the nation" with john dickerson. john will talk to the gop frontrunner about the san bernardino shooting, and the rapidly evolving gop race. plus, vermont senator bernie sanders will discuss the election as well. and new jersey governor chris christie will give his take on homeland security in the wake of the recent terror attack. that's at 9:30 right here on kcci. it is 42 degrees. that is warmer than what our average high should be. frank: we are waking up today at a temperature you just can't be. 46, our high today. morning showers might be around
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up the clouds. mild overnight, shouldn't be in the 30's. should be in the teens and 20's. eight day forecast is above average with monday at 53 and mid-50's by tuesday. doesn't look to be more rain until next friday. alyx: today's top stories are straight ahead on your morning news leader. stay with us everyone. another full hour of kcci 8 news this morning weekends starts alyx: just before 6:00, a heart wrenching and for hawks fans. plus, learning more about the city's latest homicide. why police now believe it starts with a home invasion. conflicting reports. why new documents preempted road test and outrage in chicago. good sunday morning, everyone. thank you for choosing us to start your day.
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waking up to competitions conditions for now, rain moving into the metro area. frank: raining not right now in downtown des moines, but it is off to the south and west. look at these temperatures. for you to in des moines. we were just talking about this. these temperatures should be around the average daytime high. these are low temperatures this morning. 41, rain off to the north and west. on the eastern side of fort dodge, clarion getting in on some of this. story city on some of this line as it moves off to the east. these are the lightest showers. the heaviest stuff is to the south. not heavy at all, even down there. this will be light to moderate showers cruising through this morning. by this afternoon, we will break up clouds, even see some sunshine. 41 by 9:00, some except by noon, 46.
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cooler today, 50's are back tomorrow. details on that in the 8 day forecast coming up. alyx: it wasn't upsetting night for hawkeye fans. they fell to michigan state for the first loss of the season. they were expected to win their second conference title game. it was a game of field goals with michigan missing two of their first seven attempts. iowa held a lead late into the fourth quarter in the big 10 championship game in indianapolis. c.j. beathard found tevaun smith for an 85-yard touchdown giving iowa a 13 to 9 lead. the spartans then took possesion of the ball for about 9 minutes. and in the end they were able to punch it in with 27 seconds left to play. with no timeouts left and only 22 seconds to play iowa was unable to score. msu wins it 16 to 13. hawkeye fans invaded indy and dominated the crowds downtown gaining national attention for how they took over the city this weekend. indy officials estimate more than 80,000 visitors came in for the game.
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disappointing fans say this team surpassed expectations and delivered an historic season. >> we've got a historic football team that played a championship game against a championship team and we came up on the short end of the stick. but these young men left it all on the field and i think there's still a sense of humble pride being. being 12-1. alyx: and other sports news later this morning on espn the , college football playoff pairings will be announced. that's at 11:30. at 2:00 they'll release the , final rankings. as well as the rose bowl, sugar bowl, fiesta bowl and peach bowl pairings will be announced. we'll have more from indy coming up in your morning sports. in other sports news. i was i so excited to tell in the spirit after a tough loss in iowa, good to have a team win. uni played in the fcs playoffs last night as well. it was round 2 for the 15th ranked panthers against 4th ranked portland state. the panthers couldn't be stopped
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over with 401 yards in their 29 to 17 victory. now, uni will advance to play third ranked north dakota state in the fcs quarterfinals next saturday. congratulations to uni. now to an update on a breaking news story you saw here first saturday. police are now saying, several people in a des moines home fought back after a man broke into their home. the suspect is now dead. what happened and if they could be facing charges. >> east side cars taking a report of a stabbing. i guess it's gonna be a home invasion. kim: 911 dispatch audio is giving us some idea of what may have happened inside this east side home that led to one man's death. >> a black male broke in with a gun. caller heard a lot of yelling. caller said her son's girlfriend stabbed the suspect. kim: neighbors like diondra sterling were unsettled seeing dozens of police and crime scene tape surround a home so close to theirs. >> i mean if it's a home invasion, i got my daughter.
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>> oh my goodness. kim merlie crowley also lives : close by and describes the neighborhood as quiet and friendly. >> most of us don't even keep their doors locked. i mean we are just so comfortable there and we're used to it. kim: other see a different. >> i don't feel safe here. i was just telling my mother this morning that i wanted to move. kim: and weren't as surprised to hear which house was involved. >> just because of all the problems that they've had with police being over there. kim right now there are more : questions than answers. >> i got a male in the basement, looks like several stab wounds. kim as police try to figure out : a motive and exactly how this went from a home invasion to des moines' 20th homicide this year. alyx: no word yet on cause of death or the identity of the suspect. no charges have been filed at this point. that will be up to the county attorney. police say iowa does not have the stand your ground law, but you are allowed to use deadly
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harm or death. now to another breaking news story update you saw first right here yesterday. an early saturday morning fire forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one apartment. the fire spread to the wooden awning. residents were able to escape from their rooms without injury. in more local news. central iowa is making a push for bicycle transportation using a new round of grant dollars. the des moines register reports that new plans include bike parking spaces and lanes in central iowa communities. $75,000 in grants through the wellmark foundation will fund six street projects in des moines, windsor heights, carlisle and johnston. here in des moines three street vehicle parking spots on ingersoll avenue will be turned into bike corrals. now to coralville, where the police department is struggling with how to store the vast amount of video footage from body cameras. the department first outfitted its officers with the cameras last year.
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authorized more than $18,000 for the police department to upgrade its computer servers and purchase additional digital storage space. coralville's 33 officers upload and average of 70 videos per day. and governor branstad has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff in honor of pearl harbor remembrance day. the order asks flags be lowered from 8:00 until 5:00 tomorrow. flags will be at half-staff at the state capital and on all public buildings, grounds, and facilities throughout the state. individuals, businesses, and schools are encouraged to do so as well. switching gears and looking at the forecast at 6:07, good morning, frank. frank: waking up with clouds in the metro, a couple spotty showers down to the south and southeast primarily this morning. you can see here on radar. there are the pockets of light, moderate showers. another pocket -- very staggered
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these showers might clip us here in the des moines metro. for the most part, the more moderate activity down to the south, you will knows clearing off to the west. no clouds out there right now. high pressure starts to work in on the backside of this frontal system. there is a front that stretches from the great lakes back to this day. south of kansas city. that will be pulling through as we head throughout the day today. high temperatures looking great at this time of year. 40's, even 50's around. folks heading back to the iowa game in indianapolis won't have much. 50 for kansas city. we will be in the mid to upper 40's in des moines. here is the three-day outlook. mid 40's today, some early morning fog. tomorrow, low 50's. a lot of sunshine most of the week. tuesday, no exception. 55 degrees. temperatures well above average. alyx: right now president obama , says the u.s. will not be terrorized by the shooting in california. during his weekly address he said isis and other terrorist
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violence. tune in tonight for the president's address to the nation about terror threats to the u.s. following the san bernardino shooting. he's expected to talk about the steps the government is taking to keep people safe after the recent attacks. protests in chicago continued saturday after the city released hundreds of pages of documents tied to the deadly shooting of a black teenager back in october in 2014. video of the shooting tells a very different story than the reports filed by responding officers. brian webb reports. brian protestors hit the streets : of chicago saturday, claiming a cover-up after a black teenager was gunned down by a white police officer. >> this is not an attack on the chicago police department but , this is an attack on the policies, the procedures, the cover-up, the brotherhood that impacted so many lives. brian this video shows : 17-year-old laquan mcdonald moving away from police before being shot 16 times in 14
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dyke. but van dyke and at least four other officers wrote in their reports that mcdonald was moving toward them, swinging the knife in an aggressive, exaggerated manner. and at least two claimed that after mcdonald was shot he was attempting to get up while still armed with the knife. the chicago police department first ruled the shooting was justifiable homicide. now, van dyke is facing murder charges. on tuesday, mayor rahm emanuel superintendent. >> we want the police culture cleaned up. brian: but some believe the changes should go even further, and are now calling for emanuel's own resignation. brian webb for cbs news, new york. >> the shooting is now under investigation by the u.s.
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alyx: still ahead. ted cruz rising to the top. and doctor ben carson still trying to stand out from who calls career politicians. where the two and several other republicans met in iowa. and now bernie is weighing in. what he would like to see changed in the nation's guns laws.
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>> this is kcci 8 news this weekend with alyx sacks. frank: coming up on 6:13 on your sunday morning, some folks waking up to rain this morning. especially out to the north and west around clarion. or dodge saw a early morning showers. winterset getting in on some of this. back down toward bedford and mount airy. sheridan picked up on some of that earlier this morning. all of this moving off to the north and east slowly. not expecting much in the way of accumulating rainfall with this. by the latter portion of the morning, it starts to break up. noon, only a 10% chance of rain to the east. this afternoon, notice a big fat 0% for rain chances.
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this is falling as rain because temperatures are in the warm zone. 42 in town, 37 and fort dodge. i have good news for you. those temperatures will stick around. 53 monday, tuesday, 55. it cools down by the end of next week as the system moves there. that is one good-looking stretch of december weather. alyx: turning to commitment 26 teen -- 2016 new. we haven't seen the week-by-week shifting at the top of the republican polls like we did leading up to the 2012 caucuses. yet movement and momentum linger as republicans try to capture support in iowa. saturday in cedar rapids, five of the field of 13 appearing, including the texas senator in the middle of a polling surge. chris earl reports. chris: texas senator ted cruz enjoying the largest ovations throughout saturday's rising tide summit in downtown cedar rapids, as well as the most media attention. cruz has pushed through past 20% in two recent polls, ahead of dr. ben carson and closer to donald trump.
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killings in california. ted cruz: what was the response of president obama and hillary clinton and far too many members of the news media to this terror attack in san bernadino? it was to go after the constitutional rights of citizens to keep and bear arms. chris dr. carson spoke later on reach into his non-traditional politician appeal. >> the political class would have you believe that they are the only ones who can solve problems but they need to go country was designed for the citizen statesman, and not the career politician. chris kentucky senator rand paul : talked about growing the republican base, especially throughout inner cities. >> i still bring the message of limited government, of government that leaves us alone but of government that is also a , government that says to young people that you get another chance if you make a mistake. chris after a surge amid earlier
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single digits. a major talking point is to simple find the tax code. carly fiorina: what it surprise you to learn that there has been a plane for a three page tax code for 20 years? we don't lack for good ideas. we just don't get them done. chris: think back to years ago when rick santorum was falling in the final 2 weeks to 5, 10, 16 and eventually winning iowa at 25%. he's way back in the polling and trying to appeal for more industrial voters. rick santorum nominate somebody : who connects with workers, who connects with people who are strugglig in america, who has a vision that, when they hear the plan, they see themselves in the plan. chris: in cedar rapids, chris earl, iowa's news leader. alyx: donald trump was just one of many not in attendance saturday. trump is now accusing family members of the san bernardino killers for hiding the couple's deadly plot. he made those allegations ahead
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donald trump i believe the : sister of the killer, i watched the interview, i believe she knew what was going on. i think his mother knew what was going on, she went into the apartment. alyx: trump added the outcome would have been better if the victims had guns. on the democratic side. 2016 hopeful bernie sanders is calling for new gun safety laws following the mass shooting. his comments came during a town hall event in new hampshire. sanders is calling for legislative measures to address gun violence including instant background checks, an assault weapons ban, and improvemental health services. bernie sanders: we have to strengthen and expand instant background checks. who in america does not believe that it is a dumb idea to allow people to own guns who should not have them because of the criminal background or because of mental illness? i support people's rights to hunt, its part of our cultural heritage.
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with assault weapons. alyx: the attacks in san bernardino will definitely be discussed this morning on kcci close-up. stacey horst sits down and talks with gop hopeful rick santorum. she has a preview of what's to come. good morning stacey. stacey: this morning, we sit down with rick santorum. his reaction to the tragedy in san bernardino. that starts at 10:30. alyx: let's look at the forecast. 42 degrees out there, a gorgeous photo behind you. frank: yesterday was a great day. this one was sent in on our facebook page and indianola. this was right around sunset time yesterday. high clouds were around yesterday. it was filtered sunshine at times per what a cool picture. rain out there this morning for some portions of the state, especially down to the south and west.
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eastern portion, webster county, and pocket down to the south and east. the good news is it is just some rain. we are starting to clear to the west. on satellite radar, clearing happening in portions of nebraska. that will be the trend around here, too, later on today. 42 is the wake-up temperature in des moines, 38 in ottoman. a scattered chance of showers is in the forecast this morning. 46 by noon. we start to break up the clouds in western iowa, 45 is the high temperature today. average this time of year is 37 degrees, above average temperature wise. a frontal boundary on the backside's grand things out a bit as high pressure works its way in. that will lead to sunshine to start the work week. amateurs will hike up a bit. here's the futurecast showing isolated showers moving through. notice how the clouds break up later on this morning out to the west. we may get in on some sunshine
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i think most of the sunshine today in western iowa as these clouds decrease. monday looks great. warmer, sunshine is back. temperatures are back in the 50's. i think you will love it is coming weeks forecast. 46 degrees today. clouds on the decrease. maybe a few morning showers, especially down to the south. 30 degrees is the overnight low. maybe some patchy fog tomorrow morning. look at monday's high -- 53 degrees. i love this forecast. tuesday, 55. 54 on wednesday. if you more clouds by the end of the week. the next shot of rain by next saturday. temperatures cool down next week in the low to mid 40's by saturday and sunday. >> confetti lies on the field close to the michigan state end zone. the spartans celebrate a big ten championship.
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>> late last night, michigan state claim the football championship being iowa at their own game. metaphysical smash mouth game for 60 minutes. they win 16-13, the hawkeyes have nothing to do but wait for their destination.
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zone in the first half. a battle of field goals. iowa finally scored a big play at the end of the fourth quarter. and 85 yard touchdown pass. the hawkeyes have a 30-9 lead. michigan state seal the deal. the spartans embark on a 22 play drive down the stretch. milking the clock down inside of the minute before the score, the final touchdown. michigan state wednesday big 10 championship 16-13 he final. >> it hurts. we gave it everything we have. just executed better, i think, maybe. we went there with our details like we have been. >> hats off to them. they finished, we ran out of
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>> coach always says we have to put out the fire. we were able to do that for the majority of the game. they wanted it more. >> we couldn't come out with it. they played tougher than we did and it came down to the wire. >> we lies want to come out on top. we played a hard-fought game. that is all you can ask for. i can speak for the rest of my team and say we all fought for each other. to do all your. >> hard-working loss to lose the 1-yard line. we are going to live and learn. are playing, look forward to the next game. >> we worked hard. we aren't every when we have. we came up short today. the rose bowl. we played hard today. unfortunately, we can come out
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i do we deserve it. >> while the spartans celebrate, where could they go bowling? the rose bowl or some place else entirely? we find out this afternoon. alyx: it will be interesting to see how that shakes out. in other sports, u.ni played in the fcs playoffs last night as well. it was round 2 for the 15th ranked panthers against 4th ranked portland state. the panthers couldn't be stopped on the ground and they ran all over the vikings, winning 29 to 17. now, uni will advance to play third ranked north dakota state
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saturday. flex this is kcci eight news this weekend. alyx: right now at 6:30 fbi , raid. the new connections investigators are finding with the attackers in san bernardino. and the new debate about california's gun laws. and deadly home invasion.
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inside. what happens next is still to come. good sunday morning, everyone. thank you for choosing us to start your day. i'm out sex, a warm a morning -- i am alyx sacks. a little rain might move in. a switch up from what we have seen. frank: i can't stress that enough. most folks seeing the rain this morning are thankful for the warm temperatures. it is not officially winter yet. this is december 1, the unofficial start of winter. it doesn't start until the end of the month. those temperatures don't feel like december at all. 42 is the wake-up temperature in town, 40 84 ames, 47 at fort dodge. there is the rain this morning down to the south and west around preston, known air --
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it is moving slowly off to the east. most of us in the metro stay mainly dry today as the activity swirls around us. in your day planner, spotty showers still in the next, i clock a.m., 41. by the noontime hour, most of the rain breaks up. we may even see a few peeks of sunshine off to the west, temperatures today in the mid 40's. alyx: right now, a stabbing in london is being treated as a terrorist incident. the man was subdued by police with a stun gun after he stabbed three people at a subway station in east london. the suspect reportedly yelled this is for syria before the attack. one man sustained serious, but non life-threatening injuries. two others have minor injuries. investigators not yet revealing exactly why they consider this a terror attack. and in california. there's now a debate about whether california gun laws need strengthening although they are already the toughest in the nation. meanwhile, investigators raided the home of a man with ties to syed farook, one of the two shooters in the deadly rampage
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chris martinez has the latest. chris fbi agents raided a home : in riverside california early saturday morning. shooting rampage suspect, sayed farook's family used to live next door. >> i heard the windows crashing, the garage being torn, the breaking in by law enforcement. chris the house belonged to a : friend of farook's who allegedly purchased two assault rifles used in the shooting that killed 14 people. the fbi's investigation is also focusing on the couple's ties to terrorist organizations. so far we have no indication that these killers are part of a larger group or formed part of a cell. chris yet according to an : unnamed federal law enforcement official, the los angeles times reports that syed farook had some kind of contact with people from the nusra front in syria, and the radical shabab group in somalia. his wife, 29-year-old tashfeen malik, pledged her support to isis and its leader, abu bakr al
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before the deadly rampage. malik's friends also say that in the last two years she became more devout, and started dressing conservatively. isis' official radio station called the couple followers, but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino. alyx: tonight president obama is , expected to address the country tonight. he'll discuss what the government is doing to keep people safe after the recent attack in san bernardino. obama will also update the nation on the shootings and discuss terrorism in general. back here at home. one man is dead after breaking into an east side home early saturday morning. it happened around 2:00 in the morning in the 2,000 block of east 14th street. police say there was an altercation in the home that left a man and woman who live there injured and the suspect dead. a neighbor tells kcci the news is shocking. >> we're a very friendly neighborhood.
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, and everyone is very trusting to each other. and so it'd be very surprising to hear this. alyx: police have not yet released the name of the victims or the suspect who died. and no charges have been filed at this point. this is des moines' 20th homicide of the year. an early saturday morning a fire forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out around 7:30 at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one apartment. the fire spread to the wooden awning. that is what sparked the blaze. residents were able to escape their rooms without injury. the time is 6:35. checking back with frank for the sunday forecast. frank: we have rain out there. not raining in des moines. it is off to the south and west. you can see here on satellite radar. otherwise, cloudy sky to start the day. we are clearing to the west.
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peeks of sunshine. western iowa has a better shot of seeing sunshine later today. 43 in minneapolis, 40 44 sioux city, kansas city, 50 degrees. out to the west, low 50's. that warmth will work its way in over the next couple of days. as a matter of fact, there it is in the three-day outlook. we are in the 40's today with clouds around in the system pulling through. not bad for this time of year. we are not in the 50's today. tomorrow, we're back in the 50's, 53 degrees per look at tuesday. 55, a lot of sunshine. can we hang onto those nice temperatures? i will have the details in your 8 day forecast coming up. alyx: on saturday, dozens of families walked away with a christmas tree and a barbecue for free. it was the iowa bbq society's 20th annual tree and food giveaway. there were 75 trees, 600 pounds of pork from cookies bbq, and canned goods up for grabs.
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the event has continued to grow. >> i feel pretty fortunate, so does everybody else, we can afford to do this to help these people out. you have to give back for the space we occupy. while we are here. they say thanks for the smile of their face is actually enough payback. alyx: smokey d's bbq was also there handing out breakfast sandwiches. still to come, the holiday gift that is practically flying off the shelves. but there's been reports of a hazardous problem. why it's still being sold. plus. how a new christmas light display is impacting pilots. not just the special one from the north pole.
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are causing for airlines. frank: welcome back, 6:39 is the time. we have rain out there this morning. down to the south and west. fort dodge, clarion, they have seen a little rain activity this morning. creston. very light showers. we are not expecting to pick up on much accumulating rainfall. oskaloosa, sheridan seeing some of that rain. this rain will be sticking around this morning. 30% chance of rain at 10:00 a.m., it dwindles by noon.
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heaviest rain is down to the south. temperatures are nice, 40 degrees for most of the state. knoxville at 41 degrees. 40's today, 50's tomorrow. details on that in the 8 day forecast coming up. alyx: now to a consumer alert this morning. about one of the hottest gifts of the season. hoverboards are catching fire. while there hasn't been an official recall some regulators are concerned. jeff van sant has more. jeff hover boards are the new it : thing to have. >> its the hottest toy for christmas right now. jeff: here at future x in scottsdale, there's always a steady stream of customers . recently a string of videos have , popped up online showing a overboard fully engulfed in flames, or even responsible for burning down a house. >> before i even had time to say it was on fire the entire middle , of the board just literally exploded.
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outside but its whats on the inside thats whats most important. jeff starves christianson says : it comes down to cheap knock offs. >> this customer bought this board off line, brought in, said it smelled like it was burning jeff the culprit is the lithium : batteries. they can overheat. >> that company was cutting costs, how were they cutting costs? they put in a cheap battery, that is going to be the outcome. jeff so it really comes down to : if you want to play, you gotta pay. >> you get what you pay for, you want a cheap board, what do you think they're selling you? jeff a good board can cost you : anywhere from $500 to so when $800. you see something cheap onlines, the deal is too good to be true >> with these kiosks and online, they're here today, gone to tomorrow, and what are you gonna do? you're gonna end up biting the bullet. alyx: if you're going to be buying a hoverboard this holiday season make sure you do some research about the company you are buying the board from. christmas lights are causing
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american airlines pilot reported being flashed by a laser from a display. we're not talking about your normal christmas light display . jeff paul has more from dallas. jeff: they're supposed to make decorating for the holidays easier. no ladders, no nails, and no hammers. but investigators with the faa say these some of these new laser christmas light displays are proving dangerous to pilots. >> it's something that most people don't think about when they're putting up some kind of display or anything like that. they don't realize that they might be causing a problem. jeff: retired pilot retired pilot david kelly says he isn't surprised to hear what happened to an american airlines crew last night. the faa says their boeing 737 was struck by a laser while flying at 13,000 feet. a dallaspolice helicopter traced the beam back to a home about 22 miles east of dfw airport. >> the intent is what's
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intend for this to happen. if they had been told by the faa to shut it off and they don't then that might border on being , violating a criminal law , otherwise, it's not. jeff kelly says folks who buy : laser light displays need to make sure they're pointed at the house and not the sky. and for those who are buying into this emerging holiday technology and are lighting up their homes without care, i'd -- >> tell them to stop immediately because first of all they're endangering people's lives and second, they're endangering people's health and third, they themselves could end up in criminal prosecution. alyx: the ffa will ask residents with these displays to take them down. if they refuse, the cases could go to court. still to come on kcci after the break, it could be one of the best films of the year. john pascuzzi gives us his
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speaking of spotlights she's , known for taking up her fair share. now kim kardashian is a mommy times 2.
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>> weather is never more than 5 minutes away only on kcci 8 news this morning. frank: good sunday morning, welcome back, time is now 6:47.
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state, especially down to the south where most of it has been this morning. on satellite radar, lighter activity up by fort dodge. this will break up there at the morning. we might see a few sprinkles in des moines. wake up temperatures feel good. 42 in des moines, 40 14 knoxville. highway 71, 30's were carroll and ottoman. the good news is we have precipitation. temperatures warm up for rain. know it you will get in that. the average high temperature. 41 by 9:00. notice how the showers stick around this mine. by the afternoon, we break out western iowa. 3:00 temperature 45. 41 by 9:00. here's the frontal boundary sliding through today. area of low pressure.
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high pressure starts to build in throughout the work week. that will set us up for some nice weather next week. here's the future cast starting things out this morning. notice the clouds, showers. we clear out sunshine, western iowa, by the latter portion of the morning. we could get some sunshine in the des moines metro. it will be a mix of sun and clouds in central iowa as we head throughout the afternoon hours today. monday, better chances for sunshine. temperatures that will be feeling very good, back into the 50's. we are in the 40's today, wind out of the northwest of 5-15 as clouds are on the decrease throughout the afternoon hours. 30 is the low tonight. partly cloudy skies that will keep some of the heating of the day close to the ground. we could see some patchy fog early monday morning. sunshine by the afternoon, 52 degrees. tuesday, 55. do you like a nice temperatures? i will keep them around for a few days. wednesday, 54.
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rain at the end of the week that will cool us down. back into the low to mid 40's saturday and sunday. alyx: sometimes, fact is better than fiction. john pascuzzi explains why in this mornings review of the new film, spotlight. john: it is the 2003 investigation by the boston globe that brought to light shocking stories of the sexual abuse of children by catholic priests in massachusetts. editor robbie robinson leads his investigative team through the maze, minefield, cover up of the predatory priests. it will be meticulous and courageous fights that reveal dark secrets no one could believe or want to hear. >> we need the full scope. that is the only thing that will put an end to this. >> let them decide. >> we take it to ben when i decide. >> it is time, robbie. they knew and they let it happen. two kids.
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they could have been you, it could have been me, they could have been any of us! we have to nail these scumbags! we have to show people no one can get away with this, not the priest, cardinal, or a freaking pope! john: spotlight is one of the best films of the year. keaton and that ensemble cast with mark ruffalo, rachel mcadams take is on a riveting ride of emotion and human heartbreak that never wavers in the search for the truth. spotlight hits spot on. for kcci news, john s guzy at the movies. alyx: slyvester stallone returns as rocky balboa. in other entertainment news this morning. kim kardashian west and husband kanye welcomed their second child to the world saturday. in true kardashian for, kim announced her son's birth on her website and app.
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but the couple has said it will avoid going with another direction. their two-year-old daughters name is north west. a close call for actor morgan freeman. a private plane he was in made a hard landing saturday evening. he was traveling from mississippi to texas when the plane blew a tire while taking off. the plane made an emergency landing then skidded off the runway. only the 78-year-old actor and the pilot were on board and no one was injured. the time is 6:52, waking up to 42 degrees. here's a look at the morning commute. not a lot of people out on the road, but the roads are drive for now. a little rain moving into the area. frank will be end with a look at the forecast. speaking of another frank, frank
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a special sneak alyx: welcome back. frank sinatra would have been 100-years-old this week. and as cbs sunday mornings mo
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celebration of a man who had an unparalleled passion for music and life. >> when i was 35 it was a very good year >> i never knew anyone else who felt things as deeply and took things to heart the way he did. >> from the beginning, she says, her father and only child was no stranger to pain. >> he was a big baby. they had to deliver him with forceps, salad tongs. they cut his eardrum. >> he had scars. could you see them? >> he preferred always to be photographed from the right side and on the left. >> not that a scar could hold him back. in a career spanning 63 years,
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radio to the movies. and and concerts. [applause] >> the guy who knew how to swing and might take a swing at you, cool onstage and off. he was a really big timber, wasn't he? -- tipper. >> one parking guy, i think you gave him $200. the guy said thank you, mr. sinatra, that is the biggest tip i have ever had in my life or. my other tip was $100. he said what cheapskate give you that? he said you did, mr. sinatra.
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school? -- defineddefines cool? then at 9:30, face the nation with john dickerson. john will talk to the gop frontrunner about the san bernardino shooting and the rapidly evolving gop race. plus, vermont senator bernie sanders will discuss the election as well. and new jersey governor chris christie will give his take on homeland security in the wake of the recent terror attack. that's at 9:30, right here on kcci. frank: my grandpa is a big frank sinatra fan. alyx: you said you can probably sing the majority of the songs. frank: an interesting fact, his initials, f.a.s, also might initials. alyx: i wonder if that is a quintess. frank: -- i wonder if that is a coincidence. frank: my grandpa is a big sinatra fan. i think he will tune in. 46 degrees is the high temperature today. morning showers down to the
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by the afternoon. western iowa is seeing some sunshine later today. 30 is the low tonight with patchy fog after midnight. 53, we will keep the sun around. tuesday, 55. we stay right around 54, 55 degrees for most of the week and bring in a chance of rain by friday and next weekend. temperatures will cool down a bit. they one great -- one great december forecast in iowa. alyx: today's top stories are
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stay with us everyone. alyx: right now, it is 7:00. a tough member hawkeye fans been what is naturally hawks -- what is next for the hawks? the latest on a homicide. conflicting reports. how new documents created outrage in chicago. good morning, everyone. thank you for choosing us to start your day at kcci eight news. it is now 7:01 on sunday, december 6. frank, you are tracking precipitation into the area. frank: it depends on where our folks are watching. down to the south, they will see the bulk of that moisture this morning. in des moines, i think we might see a fuse pickles. it will be very brief over the next couple of hours.
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37 -- you can see on the super doppler 8, a majority of that rain down in south preston union county, all of this is moving off to the south and east. up run minburn, getting a shower right now in the middle of dallas county just south of perry. this activity is very light off to the north and down to the south and east. oskaloosa picking up on rain. here is the day planner looking good. for the most part, showers clear out by the latter portion of the morning. heading for highs today in the mid 40's. alyx: it was an upsetting night for hawkeye fans as they fell to michigan state for their first loss of the season. the spartans were favored to win their second conference title game in three years. it was a game of field goals with michigan missing 2 of their first 7 attempts. iowa held a lead late into the fourth quarter in the big 10 championship game in indy. c.j. beathard found tevaun smith for an 85-yard touchdown giving
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the spartans then took possesion of the ball for about 9 minutes. and in the end they were able to punch it in with 27 seconds left to play. with no timeouts left and only 22 seconds to play iowa was unable to score. msu wins it 16 to 13. hawkeye fans invaded indy and dominated the crowds downtown gaining national attention for , how they took over the city this weekend. indy officials estimate more than 80,000 visitors came in for the game. although the final score is disappointing fans say this team surpassed expectations and delivered an historic season. >> we've got a historic football team that played a championship game against a championship team and we came up on the short end of the stick. but these young men left it all on the field and i think there's still a sense of humble pride being. >> i never thought in my entire time at iowa that i'd see a 12 and 0 hawkeyes so i'm really,
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alyx: it is not over. later this morning on espn, pairings will be announced. that's at 11:30. then, at 2:00 they'll release , the final rankings. as well as the rose bowl, sugar bowl, fiesta bowl and peach bowl pairings will be announced. we'll have more from indy coming up in your morning sports. in other sports news. uni played in the fcs playoffs last night as well. it was round 2 for the 15th ranked panthers against 4th ranked portland state. the panthers couldn't be stopped on the ground and they ran all over the vikings. in all, uni ran for 401 yards in their 29 to 17 victory. now, uni will advance to play third ranked north dakota state in the fcs quarterfinals next saturday. now to an update on a breaking news story you saw here first saturday. police are now saying, several people in a des moines home fought back after a man broke into their home.
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kcci's kim st. onge explains what happened and whether they could be facing charges. >> east side cars taking a report of a stabbing. i guess it's gonna be a home invasion. kim 911 dispatch audio is giving : us some idea of what may have happened inside this east side home that led to one man's death. >> a black male broke in with a gun. caller heard a lot of yelling. caller said her son's girlfriend stabbed the suspect. kim neighbors like diondra : sterling were unsettled seeing dozens of police and crime scene tape surround a home so close to theirs. >> i mean if it's a home invasion, i got my daughter. that's not as good. >> oh my goodness. kim: merlie crowley also lives close by and describes the neighborhood as quiet and friendly. >> most of us don't even keep their doors locked. i mean we are just so comfortable there and we're used to it. kim: other see a different. >> i don't feel safe here. i was just telling my mother this morning that i wanted to move.
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: hear which house was involved. >> just because of all the problems that they've had with police being over there. kim right now there are more : questions than answers. >> i got a male in the basement, looks like several stab wounds. kim as police try to figure out : a motive and exactly how this went from a home invasion to des moines' 20th homicide this year. alyx: no word yet on cause of death or the identity of the suspect. no charges have been filed at this point. that will be up to the county attorney. police say iowa does not have the stand your ground law, but you are allowed to use deadly force if you're facing serious harm or death. now to another breaking news story update you saw first right here yesterday. an early saturday morning fire forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one apartment. the fire spread to the wooden
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from their rooms without injury. in more local news. central iowa is making a push for bicycle transportation using a new round of grant dollars. the des moines register reports that new plans include bike parking spaces and lanes in central iowa communities. $75,000 in grants through the wellmark foundation will fund six street projects in des moines, windsor heights, carlisle and johnston. here in des moines three street vehicle parking spots on ingersoll avenue will be turned into bike corrals. now to coralville, where the police department is struggling with how to store the vast amount of video footage from body cameras. the department first outfitted its officers with the cameras last year. recently, the city council authorized more than $18,000 for the police department to upgrade its computer servers and purchase additional digital storage space. coralville's 33 officers upload and average of 70 videos per day. and governor branstad has ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff in honor of pearl harbor remembrance day. the order asks flags be lowered
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flags will be at half-staff at the state capital and on all public buildings, grounds, and facilities throughout the state. individuals, businesses, and schools are encouraged to do so as well. the time is 7:07 on your sunday morning. what a warm, 8 day forecast. cooler today, but the warm up is on the way. frank: temperatures in the 50's were much of the week. it is december 6. at this time of year, you don't know you're going to get. usually, you get the cold stuff. not around today. anytime we show you satellite at this time of year or radar, usually that means snow. not this morning. temperatures in the mid to upper 30's around 40. in des moines, we might catch a brief shower and the next couple of hours. it is going to be very short-lived as this activity pulls off to the east. clearing happening to the west as the frontal system poster the state. temperatures in the 50's, dodge city, kansas, heading our way.
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three-day forecast, it looks great. look at that photo. megan wagner's photo from indianola. inc. you for sending that to me. morning showers that will clear up 80 morning portion. way above average temperatures in the hole 8 day forecast. alyx: right now, president obama says the u.s. will not be terrorized by the shooting in california. during his weekly address he said isis and other terrorist groups actively encourage people to commit terrible acts of violence. tune in tonight for the president's address to the nation about terror threats to the u.s. following the san bernardino shooting. he's expected to talk about the steps the government is taking to keep people safe after the recent attacks. protests in chicago continued saturday after the city released hundreds of pages of documents tied to the deadly shooting of a black teenager back in october in 2014. video of the shooting tells a very different story than the reports filed by responding
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brian webb reports. brian protestors hit the streets : of chicago saturday, claiming a cover-up after a black teenager was gunned down by a white police officer. >> this is not an attack on the chicago police department but , this is an attack on the policies, the procedures, the cover-up, the brotherhood that impacted so many lives. brian: this video shows 17-year-old laquan mcdonald moving away from police before being shot 16 times in 14 seconds by officer jason van dyke. but van dyke and at least four other officers wrote in their reports that mcdonald was moving toward them, swinging the knife in an aggressive, exaggerated manner. and at least two claimed that after mcdonald was shot he was attempting to get up while still armed with the knife. the chicago police department first ruled the shooting was justifiable homicide. now, van dyke is facing murder charges. on tuesday, mayor rahm emanuel
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>> we want the police culture cleaned up. those who saw it and withheld information should part of the condemnation. brian: but some believe the changes should go even further, and are now calling for emanuel's own resignation. brian webb for cbs news, new york. alyx: the shooting is now under investigation by the u.s. attorney's office. still ahead. ted cruz rising to the top. and doctor ben carson still trying to stand out from who calls career politicians. where the two and several other republicans met in iowa. and now bernie is weighing in. what he would like to see changed in the nation's guns laws.
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2016 news. >> this is kcci 8 news this morning weekend. with alyx sacks. frank: good morning, walking your sunday morning. look at these temperatures are they made it into the 50's in some parts of the state, 41 and fort dodge. the rain down to the south this morning, creston, bedford, this activity moving slowly off to the south and southeast. we could pick up on a sprinkle in des moines. most of activity stays off to
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if you are seeing rain this morning, it is not going to be long-lived. i think by the latter portion of the morning, we lose it. 10:00 a.m., 20%. noon, 10%. by the afternoon, we clearly rainout in with jesse clouds. wake-up temperatures feeling great at this time of year, fort dodge at 37 degrees. almost time for breakfast. keep the aroma handy down to the south. temperatures in the low 40's. just a few showers. -- keep the umbrella down to the south. alyx: turning to commitment 2016 news. we haven't seen the week-by-week shifting at the top of the republican polls like we did leading up to the 2012 caucuses. yet movement and momentum linger as republicans try to capture support in iowa. saturday in cedar rapids, five of the field of 13 appearing, including the texas senator in the middle of a polling surge. chris earl reports. chris texas senator ted cruz : enjoying the largest ovations
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tide summit in downtown cedar rapids, as well as the most media attention. cruz has pushed through past 20% in two recent polls, ahead of dr. ben carson and closer to donald trump. he talked extensively of national security after the killings in california. ted cruz what was the response : of president obama and hillary clinton and far too many members of the news media to this terror attack in san bernadino? it was to go after the constitutional rights of citizens to keep and bear arms. chris: dr. carson spoke later on saturday, still trying to reach into his non-traditional politician appeal. ben carson >> the political : class would have you believe that they are the only ones who can solve problems but they need to go back and investigate that this country was designed for the citizen statements and not the career politician. chris: kentucky senator rand paul talked about growing the republican base, especially throughout inner cities. >> i still bring the message of limited government, of government that leaves us alone
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, government that says to young people, you get another chance if you make a mistake. chris: after a surge amid earlier debates, carly fiorina's poll numbers have stayed stuck in the single digits she asked about the simplification of the tax code. >> would it surprise you to learn that there has been a plan for a three page tax code for 20 years? we don't lack for good ideas, we just don't get them done. chris: think back four years ago when rick santorum was on 2% before vaulting in the final 2 weeks to 5, 10, 16 and eventually winning iowa at 25%. he's way back in the polling and trying to appeal for more industrial voters. rick santorum nominate somebody : who connects with workers, who connects with people who are struggling in america, who has a vision that, when they hear the plan, they see themselves in the plan. in cedar rapids, chris earl,
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alyx: donald trump was just one of many not in attendance saturday. trump is now accusing family members of the san bernardino killers for hididi the couple's deadly plot. he made those allegations ahead of a rally in spencer, iowa. donald trump: i believe the sister of the killer, i watched the interview, i believe she knew what was going on. i think his mother knew what was going on, she went into the apartment. alyx: trump added the outcome would have been better if the victims had guns. on the democratic side. 2016 hopeful bernie sanders is calling for new gun safety laws following the mass shooting. his comments came during a town hall event in new hampshire. sanders is calling for legislative measures to address gun violence including instant background checks, an assault weapons ban, and improved mental health services. bernie sanders: we have to strengthen and expand instant background checks. who in america does not believe that it is a dumb idea to allow people to own guns who should
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criminal background or because of mental illness? i support people's rights to hunt, its part of our cultural heritage. but people do not go hunting with assault weapons. alyx: the attacks in san bernardino will definitely be discussed this morning on kcci close-up. stacey horst sits down and talks with gop hopeful rick santorum. she has a preview of what's to come. good morning stacey. stacey: good morning. down with rick santorum. hear how he hopes to win the iowa caucus again during his reaction to the tragedy in san bernardino. our conversation starts right after face the nation at 10:30 right here on kcci. alyx: checking in with frank. a gorgeous photo behind you. frank: this was sent in on u- local. i see a lot of his photos. check that out. isn't that beautiful?
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photos. you can share your photos with us. just go to kcci.com and click on the u-local page. if you are not saying rain, you are seeing clouds to start your day. most of the rain has been in southern and southwestern iowa. another pocket down to the south and east. we could pick up on a few sprinkles ines moines. a majority of this rain stays off to the south this morning. already clearing out and western iowa along the nebraska-iowa border. that will be the general trend here it we will be clearing out from west to east throughout the day. 41 in des moines, 47 in ames. thankfully, temperatures are warm enough for rain across the state in creston. rain is cold and are at 39 degrees. lamoni checks in at 40. we will keep scattered showers around mainly this morning. by noontime, we start to break them up. 45 by three. we might see some sunshine out west.
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at this time of year, 47 degrees. -- 37 degrees per well above that. even waking up above the average high temperature. this frontal boundary flies through the state with height -- with low pressure. on the backside, high pressure. that will clear a clouds my the afternoon. temperaturesesarming up by the work week with highs back in the 50's. here is the futurecast showing us the isolated showers cruising through the state this morning. notice the clearing happening around lunchtime out to the west. i will be the general trend throughout the afternoon. we might see a few peeks of sunshine in des moines by the latter portion of the afternoon today. the forecast high -- look at this. 46 is the average of this time of year. nine degrees above average. those showers are lingering to the morning hours. a few clouds in the sky will keep the heating of the day close to the ground.
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we will bring in a few more clouds wednesday and thursday. eventually, that might lead to a slight chance of rain friday. temperatures stay mild the entire 8 day forecast, above average every day. >> the spartans celebrate a big ten championship. the hawkeyes suffer their this holiday, ford america's best-selling brand is giving you more. the ford holiday sales event... with 0% financing for 60 months on 2015 f-150 and focus and 2016 fusion and escape. plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on 2015 focus and 2016 fusion and escape. it's the best gift ever. now during the ford holiday sales event get 0% financing for 60 months plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on select vehicles.
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>> good morning, everybody. late last night, michigan state claim the football championship beating iowa at their own game. a tough, physical smash mouth , game for 60 minutes. the spartans had just enough with a 22 play drive to seal the deal. they win 16-13, the hawkeyes have nothing to do but wait for their bowl destination. neither team could crack the end zone in the first half. a battle of field goals. iowa finally scored a big play at the start of the fourth quarter. and 85 yard touchdown pass. the hawkeyes had a 13-9 lead. michigan state seal the deal. the spartans embark on a 22 play drive down the stretch.
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final touchdown. michigan state wins the big 10 championship, 16-13 the final. >> it was there. it hurts. we gave it everything we have. just executed better, i think, maybe. we weren't in there with our details like we have been. >> hats off to them. they finished, we ran out of time. >> coach always says we have to put out the fire. we were able to do that for the majority of the game. on the final drive they wanted , it more. >> we couldn't come out with it. they played tougher than we did and it came down to the wire. >> you always want to come out on top. we played a hard-fought game. that is all you can ask for. i can speak for the rest of my team and say we all fought for each other.
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to do all your. -- all year. >> heartbreaking loss to lose like that. the 1-yard line. we are going to live and learn. we'll come back, find out who we are playing, look forward to the next game. >> we worked hard. we aren't every when we have. -- we aren't every -- we earned every win we have. we came up short today. >> i think we deserve to play in the rose bowl. we played hard today. unfortunately, we can come out with the w. i do we deserve it. >> while the spartans celebrate, where could they go bowling? the rose bowl or some place else entirely? we find out this afternoon. from indianapolis, andy garman, kcci, iowa's sports leader. alyx: it is not over yet.
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the 15th-ranked panthers against 14th-ranked portland state. the panthers cannot be stopped on the ground. they ran all over the vikings, winning 29 to 17. now, uni will advance to play third ranked north dakota state
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>> the most-watched central news in iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. alyx: right now at 7:30 fbi , raid. the new connections investigators are finding with the attackers in san bernardino. and the new debate about california's gun laws. and deadly home invasion. a burglar breaks into a des moines home while the owners are inside. what one neighbor is saying about the incident. good sunday morning everyone. thank you for joining us. a little chance for rain this morning. really, the weather story is how warm we are going to be again today. frank: we made it up into the 50's were many locations yesterday. it is well above average. today, we are in the 40's with northwest winds. you will love the 8 day
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yesterday, we were talking about how this is not seasonal. it would probably help if my mic was on. 41 degrees our temperature. 40 747 for aymes. bedford got in on some of that. we might see a light shower in des moines over the next few hours. for the most part, the rain stays down to the south. spotty showers by the noontime hour. a mix of sun and clouds by the afternoon. temperatures in the mid-40's. 50's in the 8 day forecast. more details coming up your it. alyx: right now, a stabbing in london is being treated as a terrorist incident. the man was subdued by police with a stun gun after he stabbed three people at a subway station in east london. the suspect reportedly yelled this is for syria before the attack. one man sustained serious, but non life-threatening injuries. two others have minor injuries. investigators not yet revealing
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terror attack. and in california. there's now a debate about whether california gun laws need strengthening although they are already the toughest in the nation. meanwhile, investigators raided the home of a man with ties to syed farook, one of the two shooters in the deadly rampage in san bernardino. chris martinez has the latest. chris: fbi agents raided a home in riverside california early saturday morning. shooting rampage suspect, sayed farook's family used to live next door. >> i heard the windows crashing, the garage being torn, the breaking in by law enforcement. chris: the house belonged to a friend of farook's who allegedly purchased two assault rifles used in the shooting that killed 14 people. the fbi's investigation is also focusing on the couple's ties to terrorist organizations. >> so far we have no indication that these killers are part of a larger group or formed part of a cell. chris: yet according to an unnamed federal law enforcement official, the los angeles times
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some kind of contact with people from the nusra front in syria, and the radical shabab group in somalia. his wife, 29-year-old tashfeen malik, pledged her support to isis and its leader, abu bakr al baghdadi, in an online post just before the deadly rampage. malik's friends also say that in the last two years she became more devout, and started dressing conservatively. isis' official radio station called the couple followers, but stopped short of claiming responsibility for the attack. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino alyx: tonight president obama is , expected to address the country tonight. he'll discuss what the government is doing to keep people safe after the recent attack in san bernardino. obama will also update the nation on the shootings and discuss terrorism in general. back here at home. one man is dead after breaking into an east side home early
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it happened around 2:00 in the 2,000 block of east 14th street. police say there was an altercation in the home that left a man and woman who live there injured and the suspect dead. a neighbor tells kcci the news is shocking. >> we're a very friendly neighborhood. i mean everyone is very close and everyone is very trusting to each other. and so it'd be very surprising to hear this. alyx: police have not yet released the name of the victims or the suspect who died. and no charges have been filed at this point. this is des moines' 20th homicide of the year. an early saturday morning a fire forced motel residents into the cold. the fire broke out around 7:30 at the cozy rest motel on south east 14th street. fire officials say it started from an unattended cigarette in one apartment. the fire spread to the wooden awning. residents were able to escape their rooms without injury. five minutes after 7:30, we look at that forecast.
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hopefully you can hear me. sunlight radar, rain down to the south. a couple shouters -- hours on the western side of town rolling to portions of dallas county. no showers are much wider than down to the south and southeast. oskaloosa has gotten in on rain. all of this rotating out of the state. you can see clearing happening out to the west. eventually, that means sunshine for some of us. folks off to the west will see more of it than we are in central iowa. 44 is the high in sioux city. temperatures a great for this time of year. 48 in indianapolis. those folks have clear sailing to the iowa game today. 54 degrees in dodge city, kansas. a beautiful showed a -- beautiful photos sent in by megan wagner on my facebook page. 46 degrees by the afternoon. tuesday, a lot of sunshine. back in the mid-50's.
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families walked away with a christmas tree and some barbeque for free. it was part of the iowa bbq society's 20th annual tree and food giveaway. there were 75 trees, 600 pounds of pork from cookies bbq, and canned goods up for grabs. organizers say they're thrilled the event has continued to grow. >> i feel pretty fortunate, so does everybody else, we can afford to do this to help these people out. you have to give back for the space we occupy. while we are here. they say thanks for the smile of their face. that is enough payback. alyx: smokey d's bbq was also there handing out breakfast sandwiches. the sunny weather drew people out to the christmas tree lots in urbandale. workers at the lot on merle hay road say they've already sold two-thirds of their stock. families stopped by to pick out their perfect tree from the pop-up forest. shoppers say it's all about finding the right look. >> basically you want the type of tree that looks perfect like the cutout cookies you can make sugar cookies and stuff.
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boy scout troops 43 and 96 help run the stand. the organization receives part of the proceeds. still to come on kcci, the holiday gift that's practically flying of the shelves. there is a little concerned where a hazard problem is coming into play. why it's still being sold. plus. how a new christmas light
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the serious frank: good sunday morning, welcome back, time is 7:40, look at the radar out there. we are getting soaked in some parts of the state down to the south around creston, lamoni, bedford. moving through their this money. back toward oskaloosa. in des moines, we might pick up on a couple sprinkles and that is is. that line starts to dissipate off to the north. the rain trend is mainly for southern iowa this morning. 30% chance of rain by 8:00. notice how it diminishes by the noon hour. this afternoon, nonexistent. we will keep the clouds around in central iowa through much of the day. amateurs waking up way off to the north, algona at 34 degrees. that is because spot here. low 40's and knoxville. temperatures today look good. 46 in des moines, lower 40's off to the north fork fort dodge in mason city. off to the south, you might see
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then, we start to break out some sunshine off to the west by the afternoon. temperatures going up in the 8 day forecast. details on that coming up. alyx: here on kcci news this morning weekends, we have been trying to help you out with the holiday shopping list. tell us a little bit about what you have. >> a whole table full of great goodies that will help you give the perfect gift to somebody you care about. this isn't about giftgiving. this is about the gift of travel. if you would like to give one of these great gifts, you don't have to purchase it. go to the studio where it was created and we did people who did it. it is a wonderful travel opportunity to make money -- memories. alyx: you are hearing that trend. by an experience as opposed to a gift. this is a fun way to incorporate it. >> you are right.
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the first thing i want to talk about is this little guy down here. a kaleidoscope. it is made out of -- the kaleidoscope factory in pocahontas, iowa. a lovely gentleman owns that store. if you would like to take a trip, you cannot only get a little kaleidoscope, you can take a class and learn how to make one. a little bit of science, a little bit of arts colliding in those beautiful, like capturing tools and toys. alyx: in iowa, this is the best part. things we will find in our own backyard. >> this is familiar, maytag blue cheese in the classic silver foil made in newton, iowa. not far away in central iowa. if you travel over there, take your gift recipient with you, you can take a tour of their facilities, watch a tour of how the cheese is made in iowa, aged in iowa. they have a great tasting room so you can sample the cheese when you go there. alyx: another great experience,
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>> we have this great travel mug. i am an avid coffee trigger. i like this month, it doesn't leak at all. you can see on the front it is branded with the university of okoboji's. we want to encourage people to head up there and experience everything they have to offer at the great lakes. in particular, if you want a nice travel experience after the holidays, the last weekend in january, they have the okoboji winter games, one of the best winter activities in the state. earning of the greens, they played broom ball on the ice. lots of wonderful outdoor activities. alyx: a good time of the year to get out again, even the we are in the winter months. if people want to get more trip ideas and gift ideas, work and they go? >> travel iowa.com your it all of the ideas and more are listed on the website. alyx: great ideas for those travel destinations.
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frank: good sunday morning, welcome back, the time is now 7:47. a jury start to the day and some parts of the state. creston, one of the spots. wet roadways down there. clouds out there, that is courtesy of our webcam. webcam out of the creston area in lamoni. the mount airy area. moderate at times, heavy rainfall has been this money. you can see down to the south and east, back towards oskaloosa, rain moving out of that area. most of the rain starts out. 31, 40 this hour in lamoni. you can see in the downtown skycam, our airport skycam, we
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halley out of the south, 51 degrees. 46 by the noontime hour. showers out of the south, 45 by three. average this time of year, 37 degrees. we are well above average as the frontal system pulls through. we will be a little bit on the warmer side of this system. notice on the backside, starting to clear the clouds. high pressure moves and. that will transit you nice weather for back to work tomorrow. those clouds around for much of the morning today. we will clear out to the west by this afternoon and move that rain out. western iowa sees most of the sunshine by the afternoon. we could get in on a few peeks of sun in des moines by the latter portion of the day today. 46 is the high temperature, wind out of the northwest giving us gordon yesterday. 30 is the low tonight, we could see some patchy fog. tuesday, back in the mid-50's. we stay there all week. we will cool down a bit by the end of the week bringing a slight chance of rain, to friday, saturday, sunday, amateurs cool down into the 40's
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alyx: this is the time of year where we are enjoying a lot of delicious food, delicious treats, but it is not the time of year to forget about your fitness. you brought a very special guest with you. >> this big guy is my friend and client. the only way we can hang out is if i bring him on tv. alyx: a little bit of a workout you can do, i love when you bring workouts to us. they don't take up a lot of space and anyone can do them no matter what skill they are on unlikely. >> today, we are doing free weight exercises here. we will show you how to do it anywhere. josh, lay down on the floor. i am tempted not to grab him and put them in a headlock on live tv. alyx: that is what buddies do. >> what we are doing is a line tricep extension. we are doing everything nice and slow. do your four head.
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we are not -- skull crusher. we won't get into that. you want to be careful on it way down to her this is lightweight. only 10 pounds on the bar. anybody can do this at home with a dumbbell or bar. you can do this at the gym on a bench press. he is toning the back of their arm. everyone wants to do their arms, but you only two biceps because that is what you see. two thirds of the arm is the tricep, that is what you want to focus on. alyx: blocking that core so you don't have back injuries. >> always lock the core and keep it tight. everyone thinks the bench presses for your chest great when you ring your elbows into your side and you come up and squeeze, you are concentrating on your triceps your. stressing those as opposed to your chest. stand up really quick. alyx: i was good to help you with that. how do you feel? >> good.
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>> stretching slow, it feels good. >> a try set extension. -- tricep extension. this is the same concept. josh is going to come down slow. as he comes down, the muscle is going to stretch. as this muscle stretches, it is going to grow. you want to give a little pressure here. go in, go up. how does that feel? alyx: check in on this site. he is doing ok. >> i am going to take that from you. everyone is worried about burning after calories. it is new year's resolutions coming up here and we just had things giving, christmas is coming up. i'm anxious to see what you two give us something for christmas. alyx: i think you are supposed to get me some thing for christmas. >> i don't know about that. usually, when people go to the gym, they do steady-state cardio. you get on the cardio, get your favorite show, kcci, fox 17, whatever it may be. they get in there, watch tv, go
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what we want to do for the at a fast pace. can. fast as you can. that increases your metabolism throughout the next three or four days. when you go 90% of your maximum heart rate for a slower amount of time, you actually burn more calories throughout the week. you get more done in less time. a great way to burn calories. alyx: that is key any time of year, let alone the holidays.
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you ar alyx: the time is 7:55. frank: the talk of the day will remain about the hawkeyes. alyx: a devastating loss to a perfect season last night. but the season isn't over yet for the hawks. later today they will learn their bowl fate. the college football playoff pairings will be announced at. on espn. 11:30at 2:00 they'll release the , final rankings. then the bowl matchups will be announced including the rose, sugar, fiesta and peach bowl. so we will wait and see where the hawkeyes are. frank: we are less than three
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people seem to be gearing up. a warning out there for a popular gift. there have been multiple reports of these hoverboards going up in flames. experts say it is the chief boards that are having problems. once you can get on amazon. they say you look into the company and do your research before you buy one. so far, no hoverboards have been recalled. alyx: we have heard of airlines playing with lasers. now it is with christmas lights. the airline could take them to court. they want people to know it is lasers. in other news, get this. a navy veteran just finished swimming the entire length of the mississippi river. chris ring started swimming the 2320 mile journey back on june
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organization caled legacies alive. to raise awareness for service our country. it took him a total of 181 days to swim the entire thing. he swam between 6 and 8 hours a day. i can't imagine. heart. the way. it is, however, unseasonably warm. frank: at this time of year, we should not be in the 40's for wake-up temperatures. we are for many portions of the state. creston, lamoni getting in on a rain. maybe a couple of white sprinkles -- sprinkles over the next hour or so. that will clear out for folks to the south. 46 is the high temperature. clouds decreased to the west by the afternoon. a few peeks of sunshine by the end of the day. 30 below tonight. mild temperatures, a few clouds in the sky. you're a date forecast, you will love it. temperatures in the 50's all
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