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had hoped for. stanford blew out iowa 45-16 in the rose bowl. suitcases once packed with high hopes returned with just memories of what could have been. despite the heartbreaking loss, there is a lot to remember. from touring the uss iowa and seeing the parade, fans and say that it was an experience that they will never forget. fans to say they are proud of their gridiron boys. many were still wearing their
with the season over, fans had one last message for the hawkeyes team. they say the future is looking bright. a lot of key players are returning next season. anchor: a lot of hawkeye fans are returning home to the cold weather. curtis: wind chills right now or in the teens. up in the northern part of the state they are in the single digits. there are a few slick spots still on the roads. a few of the north-south roadways have some icy spots. average high this time of year is 31 degrees. we will be below that tomorrow.
we should hit 26 for a tiehigh with wind chills down the teens. anchor: the 17-year-old died from an accidental drowning. his body was found in a pond last month. he went missing after leaving a house party. medical examiner also found alcohol and marijuana in his system. anchor: a 25-year-old is dead after a snowmobile accident in marshall county. he was found in the field by a family member after he didn't return home from a snowmobile ride. the snowmobile overturned while he was climbing a snow drift. no one was injured after a small plane flipped over at the newton airport. rescue crews were called in and investigators say the cessna landed normally but the pilot
embankment. anchor: the des moines register is reporting that the use of body cameras by police here may not meet national standards. law enforcement officials say they don't require officers to inform people because iowa law allows recording in public without second party consent. a six-year-old who was killed in a christmas day crash was laid to rest today. peyton's parents say life will never be the same without their little girl. guy was state patrol says charges are pending in the case. saudi arabia executed 47 people today. it is the largest mass execution there since 1980. jonathan: the saudi state-run television reported all 47 men
including prominent shia cleric. the charismatic religious leader was known by his followers as a peaceful reformist who opposed to violence. news of the cleric's death sparked a wave of protests throughout the region. in saudi arabia both men and women took to the streets chanting. iran used to their state-run news to condemn the death. he rose to promises prominence after demanding more rights for the shiite minority in the sunni ruled saudi arabian kingdom. saudi officials defended the objections as a way to ensure justice.
will cost saudi arabia dearly. anchor: president obama signed a federal disaster declaration for the state of missouri. missouri is dealing with record flooding. governor jay nixon of missouri says he has never seen anything like it. governor nixon: when you are seeing up a full house that is floating across the bridge, it is almost as if you are living on some other planet. anchor: the federal disaster declaration allows the department of homeland security and fema to coordinate all efforts. anchor: part of donald trump's speech now appears in a terrorist recruiting video. the video was right released by an al qaeda group based in somalia. it shows a clip of trump calling
the group aims to recruit american muslims for its cause. bernie sanders was interrupted by a donald trump supporter. bernie sanders: today in america, today in america, this is a trump supporter worried about mr. trumps money. anchor: sanders supporters stood up and chanted to drown out the heckler. anchor: more fuel for the hillary clinton campaign. she has raised $55 million in the fourth quarter. the clinton campaign has collected a total of 112 million dollars since launching the campaign in april. as we count down to the caucuses, make sure you turn
december 2 20 mass shooting happened. the president made headlines. he said that because congress won't act on gun control he will. president obama: i asked my team at the white house to look into any new actions i could take to help reduce gun violence. on monday i will meet with her attorney general to discuss our options. anchor: those options include expanding who is in the business of selling guns so that it will trigger background checks and tracking. senate republicans blocked a democratic proposal that would require background checks for online gun purchases. anchor: a group of teenagers in oklahoma were up just a mischief ringing doorbell deals.
marlie: he started 2016 a hospital bed. the 14-year-old was shot while pulling a neighborhood prank. at about 130 in the morning authorities got a call involving peyton into friends. police say they found him on the shooter's front porch shot in the arm and stomach. police say peyton and his friends were unarmed and did not try to break into the house. oklahoma's stand your ground law allows the use of deadly force only if there is reasonable fear
he is a freshman football player and honor student. he remains in the hospital tonight in stable condition. anchor: another cold tonight. curtis: kind of a typical january weekend. we did have that nice sunshine today. it cooled off fairly dramatically. temperatures in the metro are in the mid-20's. in the teens up to the north. humidity of 65%. a little bit of the west northwest wind. wind chills in the single digits at 6:00 a.m..
civil high this time of year is around 31. we will top out at 26 degrees. cloud cover is up in minnesota right now but it is tracking downward. they will continue their southerly track and eventually move into iowa overnight. hang around throughout the day. mid-30's in south dakota. not bad travel weather across the midwest. minneapolis twice six degrees. some snow showers over by the great lakes. one system is just trying hanging on to the north. high pressure building in.
mostly cloudy skies for our noon hours tomorrow. they will start to finish it on monday. we will see some sunshine west on monday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. tuesday should be filled with sunshine. pretty nice day with a warm-up. clouds start to return on wednesday. widespread snow pack across the midwest. even more snow out west. loaded with snow this year it has been very snowy and cold out west.
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anchor: here's a review of the new film concussion. john: it is a modern-day david versus goliath story. is the national football league. will smith stars as the doctor parens it pathologist who discovers a disease involving repetitive injuries to the head. he calls the disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy. this is not welcome news to the
tony: in college basketball you strive to get resume building wins. they took down top-ranked michigan state. on the road taking on purdue. early on at. good for the hawkeyes. they led by almost 20 at the half. but back comes iowa. iowa now on the hunt. " the upset 70-63. the iowa state cyclones jumped into the deep end. they had to go on the road and
a game-high 24 points by perry ellis. the crafty veteran. kansas roles in this one 102-74. when you look at the football season sometimes it is hard to see the big picture. right now hawkeye fans are focused on the rose bowl. that was just one game in a 14 game historic season. they won the big ten west and had a shot at the big ten title game. this season will still go down as one of the best. >> i will never forget this for the rest of my life. all the hard work. finally getting a shot here this last year.
anchor: twins a share lots of things but to california siblings will have to share the same birthday. they were born on different days and different years. one was born new year's eve and the other was born new year's day. both babies are happy and healthy we are told. the parents were not expecting them for another month. curtis: temperatures in the 20's tomorrow. tuesday is going to be a beauty. sunshine and 33.
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