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thank you so much for choosing us to start your day. it is 8:00 a.m., and we are going to move over to frank to take a look at the forecast. frank: temperatures going to be staying mild all the way through the weekend, that some changes come by next week. we have been dealing with some patchy fog this morning. knoxville, and zero visibility right now. if you go out to the south and east, that is where it deteriorates. we have a webcam and knoxville at the go cart track but you cannot see a whole lot. this is a live picture so you can see the fog in the air that is really creating some visibility issues. there is a dense fog advisory in effect until 9:00 this morning. his condition deteriorated as
41 and the metro, 35 in ames. above average temperatures. we stay dry for much of the day and then the rain moves in this weekend -- this evening. alyx: new this morning, fire officials are investigating an early morning house fire on des moines' east side. crews were called to the 3,000 block of east 8th street in des moines just before 4:00 this morning. when crews arrived there were , flames and smoke coming from the house. officials tell us no one was home at the time of the fire but they do believe someone lives there. they believe the home sustained about $20,000 in damages. a des moines mother is put behind bars thursday for leaving her kids alone in an unlocked car at walmart. when customers spotted the three children alone inside a parked car they alerted police. security cameras show the mother inside walmart for about 25 minutes. 24-year-old briana webb faces three charges of child endangerment.
vehicle was not running with the temperature outside at about 49 degrees, and two unopened containers of beer sat in the front cup holders. >> you just do not do that in a civilized society. you just don't leave children in a car at all unattended, whether you're going to be inside for five seconds versus five minutes. alyx: police said webb purchased around $20 worth of tobacco products. webb bonded out of the polk county jail friday but the case remains under investigation. new developments this morning, in a union county suspicious death investigation. the iowa dci and union county sheriff's office searched two homes in thayer friday. that's about 10 miles from where a hunter found the body of 37-year-old loretta dillinger in a pond on monday. investigators tell kcci, one of the homes is dillinger's last-known address, but they aren't saying anything about a connection to the other home they were searching. ngor makuey was pronounced guilty on all counts friday. the 20-year-old used a metal spatula to beat to death
he also beat rupert's wife harriet in their des moines home back in july of 2014. makuey's attorney used the insanity defense during the trial, but witnesses said they saw no signs of mental illness. the judge said the spatula makuey brought from his home showed premeditation. >> he wasn't going over there to cook, wasn't going over there to grill, he went over there and the first thing he did was club rupert anderson over the head with that spatula multiple times. alyx: maukey was found guilty of 1st degree murder, assault with intent to commit serious injury, robbery and theft. he faces a mandatory life sentence for the murder conviction and will be sentenced january 4. to storm the court or not? it's the post-game celebration debate happening all across the country after thursday night's cyhawk showdown in ames.
win by just one point, fans stormed the court. during the craziness, des moines register columnist randy peterson suffered a compound fracture of his leg. opinions but most told us they think fans should be allowed to storm the court. >> it is just something special about college basketball , and you know, to see people hugging the players and them hugging back, and so it's fun and it helps kind of unite everybody. alyx: big 12 conference leaders sent us a statement that says in part, "the host school handled its post game celebration protocol consistent with big 12 conference rules related to sportsmanship and ethical conduct. game management staff appropriately handled their primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of the teams, coaches, officials and administrative staffs." we want to know what you think. should schools crack down on fans storming the court or field?
our kcci now poll. about 39% say yes, 61% say no. you can still vote by calling twitter or facebook page. frank: we are waking up with morning. we are dry in the state of iowa but that will be changing as we head throughout the afternoon hours. we do have an impulse out to the west starting to drop some snow in the four corners region. thankfully, temperatures just a little too warm around for that snowfall. unless you want that snowfall, then we would not be thankful. temperatures off to the north of a warm front much cooler. to the south of that warm front, look at these temperatures.
-- 71 st. louis. things are really going to start changing over the next couple of days. today, 54 degrees. tomorrow, 59, a pretty rainy day. look at monday, back in the 40's for highs. we have 30's back in the 8 day forecast after all of these days in the 50's. alyx: thank you, frank. coming up on kcci trump in town. , who the candidate took aim at during last night's rally in des
>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning weekends with alyx sacks and meteorologist metinka slater. frank: the republican front-runner donald trump spoke to about 2,000 people friday night at the varied industries building. trump launched his first attacks against ted cruz, who is rising in the polls now. he questioned the senator's
conservatives, saying not a lot of evangelicals come out of cuba, and asked how could cruz win iowa if he doesn't support ethanol. he spoke for about a half an hour and then answered questions for nearly an hour after that. mr. trump: the one guy that is doing pretty good with me in iowa is ted cruz but with the ethanol really, he has got to come a long way because he is right now for the oil. i understand it, oil pays him a lot of money. the oil companies give him a lot of money, but i am with you. >> when nominated, what do you intend to do with ted cruz? mr. trump: it is not a contest between the two of us but i do like him and i would say that we would certainly have things in mind for him. he is somebody that i conserve with.
i could put less pressure on myself and say, i do not care about iowa, but i do care. this is why i am here all the time. with all that, if we win iowa a lot of people say we just go through, i think we win virtually every state in the union and it is over quickly. >> he is great. the honesty, saying the way it is is the only way we need to go. >> he has your vote? >> i believe so. >> i believe donald trump is speaking to the heart of what americans are thinking. i think he is saying what we are all feeling. alyx: one protestor did disrupt trump's speech, but the crowd cheered loudly to drown him out and he was taken away. state troopers said there were also protestors outside who were removed demonstrating against
for a ban on muslims entering the u.s. some iowans said they drove 2 hours to see trump. a new cbs news/new york times national poll shows trump with a near double digit lead on ted cruz who jumped to second. retired neurosurgeon ben carson now in third. marco rubio is in fourth. and as the first votes in the race for the gop presidential nomination get closer, tension among the candidates is on the rise. kcci's stacey horst takes a closer look. stacey: ben carson is threatening to leave the republican party if gop leaders ignore the will of the voters. mr. carson: i have no intention of running as an independent but i certainly don't want to be a part of corruption. stacey: carson made the threat after a report the gop is making preparations for a so-called brokered convention. that's where the nominee is picked at the convention and not through primaries. ted cruz told donors behind closed doors he's not worried about carson or donald trump. mr. cruz: i believe gravity will bring both of those campaigns down. people are looking for who is prepared to be a commander in
threats we face, who am i comfortable having their finger on the button. stacey: the billionaire businessman donald trump has maintained his lead in the polls despite his controversial call for a ban on muslims entering the country. alyx: that was stacey horst reporting. the republican candidates will take the stage together tuesday in a debate in las vegas. you can catch it on cnn. and later tonight, tune into "matter of fact" with fernando espeulas. this weekend's show features senator lindsey graham, the presidential candidate locked in a never-ending war of words with rival donald trump. that's tonight at 6:30, right here on kcci. taking a look at the forecast and 8:13, a foggy morning out there for some but a beautiful photo behind you. frank: yesterday was just a beautiful day in terms of sunrise and sunset ventures. this was sunrise yesterday in carlisle.
thank you for sharing that. temperature is pretty good for this time of year, 41 in des moines, 37 in knoxville. to the south and east it is a little foggy. the visibility is down around a quarter to a half a mile in knoxville. there is a dense fog advisory down there this morning. tomorrow, a little windier with some rain. you will notice cloudy skies today but i think for much of the day we stay dry. noontime temperature, 51, mid-50's by 3:00. cloudy skies and we begin to work in a chance for rain after 7:00. cloudy skies on satellite radar, maybe a few sprinkles off to the north and west this morning but i do think for the most part we
to the west we are watching the next system that will be pulling in. a lot of cloud cover across the midwest but it decreases to the south. a stationary boundary lifting to the dish through the state that will be bringing -- lifting through the state that will breathe ringing a lot of prayers be bringing a lot of precipitation. on the backside of this low pressure system, we could see some snow well out to the west of us. i do not think we will get in on any measurable snowfall with this system. starting things out at noon today, notice the clouds. then the rain starts moving in after about 6:00 or 7:00. as we head throughout the overnight hours, moderate to at times heavy rainfall all the way through the day sunday. it will be hit and miss that could be heavy at times all the
we will finally start to dry out on monday morning and could get in on a few flurries on monday, especially in western iowa. we might see sunshine by tuesday the temperatures will really be dropping. if you look at how much rainfall he could be getting out of the system, quite a bit -- we could be getting out of this system, quite a bit. 54 degrees our high temperature today. 4:00, a 20% chance of rain but it really ramps up around 8:00 or 9:00 and that will continue through the day on sunday. 51 degrees tonight, maybe some thunder mixed in with that rain. we are talking about a big-time dip in temperatures. monday back in the 40's and wednesday, back in the 30's for highs.
alyx: local high school students are putting their skills to the test, competing at a jazz band competition this morning. marcus mcintosh joins us live from waukee high school. marcus: that is right, we are at waukee high school. the south central iowa bandmaster's association district jazz band competition is taking place in waukee high school behind me. we are here with jeff who is running the festival this year. tell us a little bit more. >> iowa bandmaster's splits into six different districts which each host a district jazz festival. it serves as a qualifier. the top two bands in each class will qualify.
thing. a lot of kids and bands having fun but competing for the next level. mr. trump: it is belted -- >> it is built as a competition but judges are giving them comments and critiques on how to get better. marcus: what does it take to get to this day was to mark -- to this day? >> kids take it very seriously that at the end of the day it is a positive and friendly environment. everybody gets along despite the competitive nature. marcus: this is going on all day long and people can come watch as they see fit.
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to protect your family. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. scott: whatever happened to ladies first? either way the cyclones and , hawkeyes met up again on friday. the matchup was in ames but this , time iowa was the favorite, ranked number 21 in the nation. it did not look good
for number 10. third quarter, hawkeyes up by nine. allie disterhoft the offensive board and the lead grows to 11. with two seconds left in the third quarter, they get a spark. playing quarterback. the former roosevelt star beats the buzzer. from there, the clones had all the momentum. three minutes left, the iowa state cyclones up 5-1.
had a three-point lead but they need the ball. they need a triple. allie disterhoft misses everything. a great win by iowa state. the score on the upset, 69-66. drake got a boost from the kids with up to 3000 schoolkids. drake delivered quite a show. william penn was in town. 20-4 was the run to start the third quarter as drake wins, 100-61. the kids love it. the big 12 says iowa state did nothing wrong thursday night when the fans rushed the court. randy petersen fell and broke his leg in the process. peterson says he does not have a problem with fans rushing the court. with a comeback win thursday, iowa state is now 8-0, ranked number two in the nation. matt thomas stepping up off the bench. he had a career-high 19 points, rallying back from that 20 point deficit to beat iowa. it is that defense that keeps him on the floor.
feel like at times i was a liability on that end of the floor and that kept me off of the game. i worked on my feet and my lateral quickness this summer and i want to bring that , toughness in every time i step on the court, help this team win. scott: the cyclones will host arkansas pine bluffs at 5:00. on sunday. the iowa hawkeyes have a week off before facing drake and the big classic. one of the main culprits, turnovers. >> you cannot turn it 17 times, that is just too many. i know they are quick and up in your space, but we got to come down and get a shot. you might get fouled, you might get an offense of rebound -- offensive rebound but if you are , turning it over that is problematic. scott: drake and uni in action on saturday.
at 13 with urbandale. try to go down and beat the buzzer. he beats the buzzer. urbandale lead it by three but that lead would not last. valley's turner scott is a good one. all the way in valley wins big, , 72-42. what way to beat your rival? lure them away with cash. jason heyward is reportedly not signing with st. louis but is headed to the cubs for a $184 million deal. ncaa finals taking place at wells fargo arena. friday night, minnesota and hawaii both earned sweeps and they will meet saturday at 5:30. a ticket to the final four online at wells fargo arena. the uni football team will take
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fire. while the fbi continues to look for clues regarding the san bernardino terrorist attack. marcus: i am marcus mcintosh live in waukee in front of waukee high school where for jazz band students school is in session on saturday. alyx: good saturday morning, thank you for choosing us to start your day on december 12. i'm alyx sacks. frank scaglione in with your forecast. frank: if you look back into the forecast about a week, some changes are coming temperature-wise. 58 degrees last thursday. it is going to be in the 30's this thursday. you are waking up to some fog this morning to the south and east. knoxville, zero visibility. same for ottumwa and cedar
if you look at a webcam shot of our school that webcam down and knoxville, you cannot see much there at the go cart track so give yourself a few extra minutes if you are out and about , especially to the south and east. there is a dense fog advisory in effect until 9:00 this morning for those areas. 35 in ames. not a bad december morning. a dry one as well. we stage arrive for much of the day today but the rain starts to move in later on today. we will tell you when and how much we will get. alyx: right now, the french foreign minister says a final draft of a landmark global climate pact will be legally binding. he commented today as delegates near the end of two weeks of talks on a breakthrough deal. the new 20 page draft was presented to negotiators this morning. negotiators are aiming to create something that's never been done before an agreement for all , countries to reduce man-made
as well as help the poorest adapt to rising seas, fiercer weather and other impacts on climate change. also right now, 21 people were found shot dead in burundi's capital. this after the government said an unidentified group carried out coordinated attacks on three military bases. the city was not among the neighborhoods where the military said the other attacks took place. an army spokesperson said three soldiers were killed. the army later killed 12 of the attackers. divers resumed their search for evidence in a lake near the scene of the deadly shooting rampage in san bernardino. meanwhile, the atf is investigating a suspicious fire at a mosque. teri okita reports from coachella, california. teri: federal investigators searched for clues to determine if a fire at the islamic society of coachella valley was intentionally set. members say midday prayers were about to get underway when someone threw what was described as a firebomb into the lobby. neighbors say the mosque has been targeted before.
they broke all the windows. teri: the muslim community remains on edge for possible retaliation. 75 miles from here, 14 people were massacred by syed farook and tashfeen malik more than a week ago. a senior law enforcement source tells cbs news that the shooters' cell phones had levels of built-in encryption. the fbi is trying to unlock the phones to determine if the killer couple communicated with extremist groups. so far, investigators have only been able to determine that the deadly shooting spree was at least inspired by isis. >> we're just trying to make sure that we account for every minute of the time that day. teri: dive teams were back at seccombe lake, about three miles from the shooting rampage and recovered an item of interest. officials believe farook and malik may have tossed a computer hard drive into the water. investigators say they don't know how long the search will last.
alyx: investigators are theorizing that the killers' plan may have been grander. pictures of at least one school were reportedly found on farook's phone. back here at home, the university of iowa is now changing the name of its student online information system to something other than isis. because the iowa student information system, known by its acronym isis. it is a one stop online shop for students to sign up for classes or apply for financial aid. but since the rise of the terrorist group isis, the university has received numerous complaints about the system's name. the university hopes to launch its new system along with its new name next semester. new this morning fire officials are investigating an early morning house fire. crews were called to the 3,000 block of east 8th street in des moines just before 4:00 this morning. when crews arrived, a found flames and smoke coming from the house. officials tell us no one was home at the time of the fire but
more big stories this morning, a des moines mother now faces three charges of child endangerment. police say she left her three children inside an unlocked car with the keys in the ignition. >> you just do not do that in a civilized society. you just don't leave children in a car at all unattended. alyx: 24-year-old briana webb bonded out of jail after leaving her kids thursday while she shopped at walmart. the car wasn't on, and the temperature outside was about 49 degrees. also in the car, two unopened containers of beer in the front cup holders. security cameras showed the mother inside for 25 minutes buying $20 worth of tobacco products. over to union county the iowa , dci and county sheriff's office searched two homes in thayer friday. that's about 10 miles from where a hunter found the body of 37-year-old loretta dillinger in a pond on monday. investigators tell kcci, one of the homes is dillinger's last-known address.
about a connection to the other home they were searching. it's guilty on all counts for ngor makuey. the 20-year-old used a metal spatula to beat to death 97-year-old rupert anderson. >> and the only reason he would be bringing that device over to that home, would be for the purpose of using it as a weapon. alyx: makuey also beat rupert's wife harriet in their des moines home in july 2014. his attorney used the insanity defense during the trial, but witnesses said they saw no signs of mental illness. makuey was found guilty of 1st degree murder, assault with the intent to commit serious injury, robbery and theft. he faces a mandatory life sentence and will be sentenced january 4. let's take a look at that forecast. frank: we have just got the clouds out there this morning. you will notice out to the west there is moisture falling in the form of snow. we are going to keep those
eventually bring the rain chance in by the evening hours tonight. only the 30's for bismarck, rapid city, and north platte. kansas city and st. louis, 60 degrees or better. today it will be mainly dry, 54 degrees. tomorrow, a wet and soggy day, 59 degrees. look at monday, a little cooler. we are back in the mid 40's for high temperatures. alyx: high school jazz bands are in tune and hitting all the right notes this morning. marcus is that waukee high school where they are set to compete. marcus: hey, there. we are here live at waukee high school. inside, there is a flurry of activity. the south-central iowa dan masters association -- band
jeff is with us and he will tell us a little bit more about what is going on. >> the iowa band masters splits the state into six districts and each one hosts a district jazz festival. it serves as a qualifier to the iowa jazz championships. the top two bands will advance to the state competition. marcus: the south central goes from just north of des moines all the way down to the border? >> down to the missouri border, just north of ames. marcus: a lot of kids here. what does it mean for them, to see what they are doing but other schools from other areas are doing? >> the whole idea is that education is happening. we have great clinicians, judges , some of the best jazz artists
students get to watch what is happening at their neighboring towns and everybody is supportive of one another. it is a neat experience, a very educational day for the students. marcus: is it fair to say that jazz bands that leave here leave as better bands? >> yes, they are all supportive of one another despite the competition. marcus: it seems like a lot of, -- excitement for kids to play with their own band and watch other bands as well. >> they all know each other and they talk about it up until, this is kind of the first one for all of us, the first jazz festival of the season. marcus: this goes on until 5:00 this evening? >> yes. in?
1a and 4a are here at waukee high school. marcus: a fun day here at waukee high school so, on and check things out. you can head to the website and check out that schedule. come support is young people. it gives them great pleasure. i am marcus mcintosh, iowa's news leader. alyx: best of luck to all those kids competing. 8:39 on your saturday morning. take a look at what we have got cooking in the kitchen.
roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. frank: good saturday morning, welcome back. 8:42, temperatures waking up very nice for this time of morning. ankeny at 36, iowa falls, 38. carroll, 36. we just have mainly clouds and we will stay dry for much of the day today. the rain moves in by the end of the day. fort dodge at 47, maybe the upper 50's around lamoni and
we start to hike up the rain chance after 7:00 tonight, a 60% chance by 8:00 and a good chance all day tomorrow. alyx: it is time to get cooking with chef andrew, and he has an amazing appetizer. chef andrew: they are called crab puffs. we will take some cream cheese, throw that in our bowl, a little worse to share sauce -- wor cetshire sauce. alyx: how much are you putting in of each? chef andrew: about a teaspoon of each. it helps if your cream cheese is
we are going to throw in some cooked or responsible choice crabmeat. alyx: how do you know? chef andrew: all of our seafood at hy-vee is inspected. we make sure it is safe, good quality, great flavor, and true to the name so you can be confident knowing the seafood you are getting at hy-vee is good. alyx: we do not have beachfront properties in iowa so we want to make
sure the seafood is quality and safe. chef andrew: and we have some great options at the store. once that is mixed together you will take a puff pastry sheet and cut it into some squares. just use your knife.
chef andrew: they are about two inches by two inches. we will make nine but you can do
16 if you would like. then we will take the crab mixture and spoon that right in the middle. about a tablespoon. fold up the sides, put a little egg wash to seal the puff pastry, and there you go. alyx: easy enough. chef andrew: if you brush the whole appetizer with the egg wash you will get a nice brown color and ensure it cooks evenly as well. you bake those at 400 for about 15 to 20 minutes, and we have a plate of what they look like. some nice brown color, decree be -- the creamy crab flavor. alyx: it looks great, it plates
frozen where some of us like to just go and grab the frozen. this is easy to do, easy to bake, and you show up with a great plate. what do you have next week? chef andrew: we have a traditional appetizer with a little spin. looking forward to that. alyx: if people want to have the recipe, where do they want to go to get it? chef andrew: they go to hy-vee.com and under the meals tab there is all the recipes. alyx: this will be featured on our website, kcci.com.
is >> the weather is never more than five minutes away. only on kcci eight news this morning. frank: welcome back, how are you doing this morning? just about 10 minutes until 9:00 on your saturday and we are looking at this great viewer photo sent in by megan yesterday in carlisle. we have seen some great phone -- sunrises in the past couple of days and this is no exception. 41 in des moines, 35 in ames.
waking up to some fog down to the south and east. knoxville at 39, 41 in ottumwa. 41 the temperature in downtown des moines. some fog but it is not too bad in the metro. the wind is pretty light at this hour. throughout the day today, temperatures will be feeling great but we will have the clouds around. notice how i have kept most of the day dry but as we head throughout the evening hours we start to pull in some rain, especially after 7:00 to the south and a good chance in the metro around 9:00. cloudy across much of the state, maybe isolated sprinkles to the north and west, but it is the
that we are keeping an eye on. here it is on futurecast, a stationary boundary. the warm front will lift its way off to the north area of low pressure. bringing in a lot of moisture with this system so we will see a lot of measurable rainfall as we head throughout this weekend, and on the backside, calling down enough for snow. here is futurecast, starting things out at noon. the clouds around for much of the day. the rain will pull through throughout the evening hours tonight, overnight tonight, and throughout much of the day tomorrow. it looks like we could pick up on some decent rainfall amounts before the system finally pulls out by the early part of the day on monday. an inch and a half to two inches in the metro. to the south they can see isolated amounts up over two
the rain moves
in tonight, not calling down much, 51 for the low. this will all pull out by monday, 44 degrees. notice how our temperatures go down after a great day tomorrow. our record high temperature for sunday is 63 so we will be close to that. big changes temperature-wise this week. alyx: help put it into average is the end of next week? frank: pretty average. an average forecast on the way. frank.
sunday to pick up one to two inches of rain. on monday, we drop back into the 40's and on the 30's by wednesday. alyx: the holidays and new year are a time of celebration and we think about the sweet treats. julie: two out of three american adults are overweight and it is because of the excess calories we take in. the amount of sugar you get in 120 ounce soda -- in one 20 ounce soda. alyx: thank you for bringing this to paint the picture. julie: people drink more than that. alyx: the kids drink it. julie: we have even more
year so if we can save empty calories by using lecroy's bring waters -- lecroix's springwater. it comes in tons of flavors, things that you can drink them plane or make them into fun mo ck-tails, or make them cocktails for a little more glitz. alyx: you are going to show us some you have already tasted. julie: it is the pomegranate juice with lime lecroix. kids can drink it. another one we will make is called lecroix jubilee mo
juice, two announces, two ounces -- two ounces. we will just go ahead and give that a little shake. you can garnish it with a cherry. you could throw some pomegranates in their -- in there, nice in pretty. this one is called putting on the glitz. we will put in fresh raspberry and just model that in a glass. muddle that in a glass. we will add a couple ounces of tart cherry juice and then we will add ice. and so the rest of the glass with lime, and then you can
you get the fun raspberries floating so you are not only hydrating, and this one pairs well with just regular vodka. you could add some cranberry or cherry vodka depending on how sweet you want to make it. there are tons of recipes on lec roixwater.com. alyx: i love that you have an adult version and a kids version. thank you so much. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is mo: welcome to the henry ford's innovation nation.