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several of them consider >> the most watched news at noon in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at noon. mollie: right now at noon, a foggy haze has lifted over central iowa. but it appears that the drizzle we've been putting up with now will soon be changing to snow. thank you for joining us today. more on that in a moment. but roads in the northwest part of the state already are becoming slick as the system this is the latest from you can see that the blue is indicating roads are partially covered with snow or ice. the question is when will it arrive here in the metro. let's check in now with jason for the very latest. jason: we've got quite a few
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the metro. i don't think the cumulation's will be that much. could be enough to make roads slick at times. second. look at the visibility's right now. the metro. around one quarter of a mile for with a still have a fog advisory out for them. you can see those standing up to state. the fog advisory goes through 6:00 p.m. this system generally will be transitioning eastward. it's in bringing lots of moisture from the south. some of that snow off to the northwest making friday ice and snow covered roads. it will be transitioning he's word and lose some of its strength. we could still be in a light accumulations in the metro. it will eventually be changing over to a little bit of light snow through the evening and into the overnight. i will have more on timing and snow totals coming up soon.
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new information regarding a stolen truck overnight and the pursuit of the 15-year-old girl police say took it. police tell us the teenager was a runaway and the truck was stolen. when they spotted her overnight she refused to pull over and led them on a chase reaching speeds up to 100 miles per hour. officials say she intentionally crashed the truck, but she is in good condition this afternoon. we have checked with the police. no charges have been filed. could this be the day the stock market breaks out of its early january slump? china's markets have closed out a rough week on a high note. even with the gain the chinese stock market still lost over 10% for the week. right now at noon on wall street the dow is up 46.43. the record powerball jackpot just got bigger, climbing to $800 million as sales are soaring ahead of saturday's drawing. that's the latest estimate from
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jackpot drawing. they say the rush to buy tickets led them to up the estimate from $700 million. a winner would have the option of being paid $800 million through annual payments over 29 years or opting for $496 million in cash. a des moines man already hit the jack pot. -- jackpot. des moines native jake ernst won the "price is right's" showcase showdown yesterday worth more than $32,000. ernst's prizes include a speed boat, a trip to st. martin and a dirt bike. he was just $300 off from also winning the other contestant's showcase. in other news the state , department has released another batch of emails from hillary clinton's private email account during her tenure as secretary of state. the latest release came very early this morning, one week after a court-ordered date. the newly released emails also contain a number that are considered to be classified.
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department with more. reporter: the state department released another 2300 pages of e-mails from her private e-mail account she used during her time as secretary of state. the government says portions of 66 e-mails were upgraded to classified status. one is now considered secret. clinton, the front-runner for the democratic nomination, says she did not send or receive classified material on her personal account. the state department says none of the e-mails now considered at the time. one back-and-forth between clinton interstate apartment -- and her state department and pfizer -- advisor " they say they have it issues sending a secure fax." " if they can't, turn it to non-paper in send nonsecure." reporter: they made the e-mails public friday morning but about
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>> we will meet the 82% marker total pages of documents released which was the goals of her last weekend. reporter: the republican national committee chair questions the time of the e-mails. releases in the middle the night and on holidays are an obvious attempt a high the truth. the state department may think he will be the court ordered scheduled to release the entire 55,000 pages. craig boswell, cbs news, the state department. mollie: this brings the total pages of e-mails released to more than 43,000. one day after house speaker paul ryan put his signature on a bill repealing obamacare and slashing funding for planned parenthood presidenenena wawawawa in vetoing the measure. and while the veto came as no surprise, met two goals. keeping a promise of voters in an election year and showing their ability to repeal the law of the republican wins the presidency. the mother of a fugitive teen
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defense" after killing four people in a drunken-driving wreck was arraigned in a texas courtroom today charged with , hindering the apprehension of a felon.onon bond for tonya couch was set at $1 million. authorities believe couch and her 18-year-old son, ethan , fled texas in november as prosecutors investigated whether the teenager had violated his probation. the mother and son were arrested in mexico late last month. he is still being held there. she has complained about the conditions of her jail cell but the sheriff says he told her it's a jail, not a resort. police in boston say they've arrested a man after a police officer was shot in the leg. the officer was taken to a hospital for treatment and is expected to recover. it's believed the officer is a part of the drug unit that was conducting an investigation on a gang member. a philadelphia police officer is recovering from multiple gunshots after a suspect ambushed him as he sat in his patrol car. and now cbs news sources are linking the shooting to terrorism.
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from philadelphia. >> shots fired! reporter: philadelphia police officer frantically radioed for help after a gunman opens fire. a surveillance photo shows the suspect pointing his gun into the patrol car at point-blank range. police say the government and to his weapon, firing 13 rounds. >> this is one of the scariest things i've ever seen. this guy try to execute the police officer. reporter: apartment -- harnet returned fire, hitting the suspect. sources told local cbs station kyw the suspect has been fast and so the open fire in the name of islam. the 33-year-old officer was rushed to this hospital where he underwent surgery for a broken arm and nerve damage. the mayor is calling for stricter gun laws. >> there are too many guns, too
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i think our national government needs to do something about that because the officers and civilians in harm's way every single day. reporter: there is no word on the suspect's condition. kenneth craig, philadelphia. mollie: both the mayor and police commissioner just started their jobs this week. those new dietary guidelines we were first to tell you about yesterday at noon are already coming under fire. the guidelines affect everything from food labeling to the national school lunch program. but some experts are questioning what's influencing the government's guidelines, saying there's something missing in the message. >> they should consider this a messaging and a dietary guidelines assist on the junk food, tony ross is good, don't eat meat, don't drink soda. mollie: pressure from the food industry has water down the
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that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at noon with mollie cooney and meteorologist jason sydejko.
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they have arrested two men after an investigation revealed connections to terrorists organizations. one had even fought with terrorists in syria before returning to the us. -- the united states. weijia jiang is outside fbi headquarters in washington, d.c. where news of the arrest has rekindled a debate about allowing refugees into america from countries where terrorists are operating. reporter: they are due in houston today. they are being held on terrorism-related charges. documents show the 23-year-old travel to syria where he wrote he wanted to go there to work. a 24-year-old is charged with providing support to isis which the government calls isil. in november 2013 evening from before crossing into syria.
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january and told officials he had been visiting his grandmother in turkey. >> he clearly did not let u.s. authority knows where he had been or what he was doing. this is one of the great challenges of the foreign fighter problem. reporter: officials say there are no signs women were plotting an attack in america. they say their investigation was cut short when news of the case was lee. -- leaked. ted cruz heard about it on the campaign trail and called on the president's and his plan to bring 10,000 syrian refugees to america. >> the fact that these two have been apprehended underscore summary of the danger is. reporter: in addition to the terror charges, they are charged with lying to the u.s. government. mollie: police in israel say they have shot and killed the suspect in a shooting spree last month in a tel aviv bar. officials say the gunman was found in a building earlier today and came out shooting at israeli forces. he's been identified as an arab from northern israel.
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busy street in tel aviv one week ago, killing two people. he later killed an arab taxi driver. the police chief in cologne, germany has been sent into early retirement following criticism of his force's handling of a string of assaults and crimes on new year's eve. at least 18 asylum seekers are suspects in the crimes. among 31 people suspected of robberies, thefts and assaults. authorities say as of now, none is suspected of committing more than 120 reported sexual assaults that have outraged german residents this past week. and tens of thousands of north korean soldiers and civilians took part in state orchestrated celebrations of that country's fourth nuclear test. people were seen dancing in the streets today, two days after north korea says it successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb. meanwhile a south korean research institution says a small amount of radioactive elements was found in air samples but were too small to
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detonated a nuclear device. our rain could see be turning to snow and we know that the milder temperatures are going to be history. let's check in with jason. jason: we have a couple of days, really just two days before we see pretty frigid cold. the temperature after the system will drop tomorrow. the high temperatures early tomorrow morning. you see the system already putting down a good amount of rain. we see snow in some spots. that's no largely through northwestern portions of the state. the roads are fairly slick and snow-covered. rain continues to push east into the northeast. we will see a general transition to some light snow as it does so. that line stills of the west of the metro. not too far away. you can see it weakening as it shifts north and east. accumulations will be northwest
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carroll as it moves eastward. a solid deck of fog. this is been in downtown all morning long. if you're heading out, take extra time because even lower to the ground it is harder to see out there. we have a dense fog advisory for eastern portions of the state. that goes through 6:00 p.m. this will be lingering with us all day long. we take a broader look at things and you can see it has weekend off to the northwest. still, moisture moving through. a mix of rain and snow. enough to make roads of it slick at times. be safe if you are heading out and about. the snow continues off to the northwest and it transitions over to snow and heads eastward in the late afternoon and early evening hours. you can see we do not talk about that much. our high temperature should be around midnight if not a little after. the temperature continues to drop throughout the day tomorrow. we continue to see light snow through the morning hours.
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the gesturing shifts and we see a big trough drop down. that means cold air making its way back in. that is why we have highs in the single digits for some of us to end the weekend. west of the metro. it tries to push through early on. you can see help light in nature head into the evening and especially the overnight hours. but we do see for tomorrow morning will be very light. tonight. do plan on some snow up there. skies begin to clear out somewhat. we could see some semblance of sunshine tomorrow. tomorrow. mainly on monday. as far snow totals, the heaviest will be off to the northwest. 3-3.5 inches possible. a gusting to one it's possible surprised if we top out at the one inch mark.
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that is close to one of the warmest. low 40's up to the southeast but otherwise sopping wet through the rest of the state. this evening we see a transition to a bit of snow and we kick the winds up a notch. plan on windy and chilly day. look at sunday and 10 degrees with the winds. wind chills sitting around 0 for most of the day. we get some sunshine but it is fairly short-lived and it will climb up to the 36 week. mollie: at least we have the sun. jason: and hope. mollie: things a lot jason.
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u got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999.
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what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. mollie: agri-manners, a new book that is out. she is the author of this book. she is a graduate of iowa state university. a current extra an instructor on etiquette and she grew up on a farm. patty, thank you for coming in today.
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-- come about? guest: i thought about it for a long time. my background is in a culture and i've been teaching manners for many years. i decided to pair those two things together because. there seemed to be a need for that type of thing mollie: what is in this book and who was it for? guest: the book is geared agriculture and its related businesses. we have to remember that nearly 15% of the workforce in the united states works in agriculture. here in iowa it's one in five people working agriculture or something related to agriculture. this book was written but the idea that those of us who work in agriculture need to remind everyone that we all want and need clean food and clean water. what we have is the commonalities that we have, they
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how can we come together to talk about those issues. to but the issues out there for the benefit of everyone in a more civilized manner? mollie: what are some of the tips. this covers everything. 28 manner points you should know. that is probably for everyone, -- guest: if you have -- if you don't have time to read the book, you can read the 28 manners tips and other basics of what you need to know to present yourself in a more efficient manner, to put your best foot forward, to communicate more effectively. all of those things are involved and also involved in the book -- included in the book are electronic etiquette or decor in the digital age. there are ways to do that. mollie: how are we doing with our manners across the board? are they out the window?
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guest: we busy lives. -- lwe live such busy lives. electronics have also invaded our lives. it has helped us a lot. manners is taken a deep swing of late. it is also more important than ever because we need to treat people in a way that is honorable and respectful, always. even when we disagree with them and sometimes we will disagree with people. mollie: we need you more than ever right now. this is being used in some universities as textbooks but you have a book signing coming up. guest: we have a book signing coming up at the adele public library on february 9. i will be happy to visit with them.
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library. we would love to everyone come to adele and we will serve refreshments because that is the man everything to do. mollie: just say food and we are there. for more information, there is the website and that is how you can get the book. thank you so much for coming in and good luck. we will all try to mind our
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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic] mollie: one more look at the weather. jason: it is going to change in a big way. colder than we have seen in quite a while. highs in the single digits for some of us. hanging on to mild air. mid-30's so we kick the wind up a notch in the evening. when chills dropping down to around the teens or so. you look across the state in temperatures in the middle 30's over the next week. mollie: is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks
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provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field. with your help, as president, we will. >> wyatt: okay. are you sure liam didn't say "arizona?"
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he's in australia with ivy.
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