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moines. first at 10:00, tracking those bitter, cold temperatures outside. jason is here to help you plan for the morning. jason: it is going to be another reasonably cold one, but not as quite as cold this morning. we have seen temperatures even below zero. not that bad out there. we have midteens as a possibility. still two below in des moines and single digits elsewhere. we will be warming up throughout the night. we saw a low of four below this morning. that is the coldest be of seen sent february 27. just over 35 consecutive hours of below zero feels like temperatures. we are going to shake the icicle amount for a bit, not see so much as clouds. we are seeing some working their way in from the northwest. that will lead to a mostly cloudy eventually evening.
clouds in as well as the warmth tomorrow. i will let you know when the next frigid drop is coming and when the warm-up is coming too. laura: the iowa caucus, and the world-wide attention, is now just a few weeks away, but the political focus for iowans this week lies closer to home. kcci's grace provenzano tells us what's on tap in the state legislature. grace: laura, it's a new year and a new session, but there are old issues hanging in the balance, like education. several iowa lawmakers made stops at the capitol sunday afternoon as they prepare to gavel in tomorrow morning. senator liz mathis says k through 12 public education funding will be topping their list of priorities. last year's session went long over the issue of education, as lawmakers couldn't come to an agreement. that ended with a $55.7 million budget compromise. but governor terry branstad later vetoed that measure in early july, to the disappointment of lawmakers and
state. senator mathis says in addition to education, iowa's move toward private management of its medicaid system will also be a major talking point. she chairs the human resources committee, and says the house and senate will be working toward an oversight bill to handle that issue. senator mathis: that oversight bill will hold the mco's feet to the fire. it will also help insure that the beneficiaries receive really good health, and it will also insure we spend tax dollars wisely. grace: other lawmakers say bolstering small businesses and upstarts, along with improving iowa's water quality, will be key issues. now, it's expected to be a contentious and partisan session. the democratically-controlled senate and the republican-led house will convene tomorrow morning at 10:00. grace provenzano, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. laura: commitment 2016 news tonight, a new nbc news marist poll shows a close race on both
on the democratic side, hillary clinton leads bernie sanders 48-45. democratic presidential candidate bernie saunders is continuing his weekend swing through the state in ankeny tonight. the candidate entered the hall on the dmacc campus to a standing-room-only crowd. he talked about the major issues of his campaign, including equalizing income and wealth among wage earners, extending the cap on social security, and increasing its benefits. one of the night's biggest applause came from his stand on energy. bernie saunders: one of the great crises facing not just our country, but the world, the need to transfer our energy away from fossil fuel. so we can effectively combat climate change. laura: paid family medical leave struck a high note with supporters. >> i felt really strongly when he talked about childcare,
that is important issues we need to work on here. laura: senator sanders heads to des moines in the morning. he has a public forum planned for 10:00 a.m. at hoover high school. meantime, hillary clinton bolstering new support tonight. planned parenthood formally endorsed her at a campaign event in manchester, new hampshire. it's the first time the nonprofit group has backed a candidate in a primary. clinton spoke about the endorsement and republican rival donald trump on "face the nation" this morning. hillary clinton: i'm going to fight as hard as i can against any efforts to defund planned parenthood, but i am not going to let him, or any of the other republicans, rip away the progress that women have made. it's been too hard-fought-for. and i'm going to stand up and make it clear, there's a huge difference between us. laura: sanders has a 50-46 edge over clinton in new hampshire in that new marist poll. tomorrow night clinton, sanders and martin o'malley are all in town for the brown and black presidential forum here in des moines. the candidates will address
americans and latinos. it starts at 7:00 p.m. at drake's sheslow auditorium. our chief political reporter cynthia fodor will be there. you can follow her on twitter and look for her reports on kcci 8 news at 10:00. on the republican side, that new nbc marist poll shows ted cruz leading the republican race in iowa, now with donald trump close behind. marco rubio and ben carson running 3rd and 4th. trump still on the attack against cruz. the billionaire businessman is not backing down on his questions about the status of cruz's citizenship. cruz says he's a natural-born citizen because his mother is an american. trump brought it up this weekend at a stop in clear lake. donald trump: because you cannot put somebody there, folks, that's going to go in, and he's immediately sued by the democrats, because they're saying he was born in canada. he's not allowed to run for president. and if there's that doubt -- and don't forget these lawsuits. who knows more about lawsuits than i do?
i'm the king. laura: further down in the polls, dr. ben carson knows he has his work cut out for him. and he is working it in iowa today, stopping at corinthian baptist church in des moines. he is reaching out to christian conservatives to help save his campaign, and aside from this week's debate, plans to spend the rest of the month in iowa. dr. carson: the main strategy is to get out in front of people. you know, last week when i was here, every venue was standing room only, overflow crowds. there's a lot of excitement building. i think you'll see poll numbers starting to turn as we near the actual election, so we're optimistic. laura: carson has stops in fort dodge, jefferson and sioux city tomorrow. we'll be there tomorrow when testimony continues in the trial of joe lopez. the 25-year-old is charged with killing a clive toddler in 2014. prosecutors say lopez violently shook his girlfriend's baby, ruby, and squeezed the child's
skull and several fractured ribs. lopez told authorities ruby somehow fell out of her high chair onto a concrete floor when he walked out of the room. a west des moines neighborhood jarred awake today to the sound of flames shooting out of a nearby home. fire crews were called to 6531 bradford drive just before 4:00 this morning. officials tell us the home was a total loss. no one was home at the time, but a firefighter did sustain non life-threatening injuries when an exterior wall fell on him. neighbor troy wirtz called 911. >> the flames were like, shooting out of the driveway. i couldn't believe how engulfed it was. i just couldn't believe how fast and hot the flame was. laura: that firefighter was treated and released from the hospital this afternoon. fire officials say it could take weeks to fully investigate the cause of the fire. right now, madison county authorities investigate a deadly crash.
the fiery two-vehicle collision. it happened in the 1900 block of summit avenue in madison county just before midnight. when deputies arrived, they say they found a jeep fully engulfed in flames. authorities say the driver, 48-year-old john eller of winterset, was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver of the other vehicle, a semi-tractor trailer, was not injured. officials say eller's vehicle rear-ended the semi, then struck an in-ground electric box, catching fire. in johnston, an early morning crash sends one man to the hospital. it happened in the 7400 block of northwest beaver drive near camp dodge. a man had to be extricated from a car. officers say the man suffered a serious injury to his leg and was taken by helicopter to mercy. no word on his condition tonight. if you haven't played yet, you now have 1.3 billion reasons to jump on the powerball band wagon. how the largest powerball jackpot in history is bringing out all kind of players.
>> announcer, this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. laura: you now have 1.3 billion reasons to join powerball fever after no one matched all six numbers in saturday night's drawing. welcome back. as brian webb reports, all you need is $2 and some luck. brian: do you feel lucky? the largest lottery the world has ever seen is up for grabs this wednesday. eric morgan: and i think i'm that one. i'm a lucky guy. i'm a lucky guy for real. brian: no one matched all six powerball numbers after saturday's drawing, even though lottery officials say about 75% of all possible numbers combinations were used. the odds of winning the $1.3
292 million to one. powerball signs like this are stuck at $999 million because they can't register into the billions. it's never been done before. the powerball has ballooned since its november 4 starting point of $40 million. >> i'm going to get me a ticket now, thanks to you. brian: the winner can choose either annual payments over 29 years, or a lump sum cash payment of $806 million, with a chunk going to federal income taxes. that kind of cash is bringing out young and old, veterans and beginners. of what they would do with all that cash. mike hinkle: i'd pay off my kids' houses and take them all on a vacation. joe ricci: i'd keep my circle real tight, as tight as i could. probably change my name and move to some island somewhere. brian: people living in 44 states, as well as in the district of columbia, the u.s. virgin islands, and puerto rico can play powerball. the next drawing is this wednesday. good luck.
winners on saturday. 25 tickets paid out $1 million, three others were worth $2 million. lottery officials here in iowa tell us they broke two sales records this week. clean-up underway right now in cape coral, florida after an ef-2 tornado ripped through town. the storm tore roofs from homes, collapsed garages, and shattered windows late saturday night. officials say the storm produced winds up to 135 miles per hour. florida governor rick scott in the town surveying the damage this afternoon. residents say it came quick, with barely any warning. >> what did it sound like? >> like that. it was quick, too. >> we got the thing on our phones. >> you got the warning? >> take aim out of nowhere. the alarms didn't go off until after. laura: no word on a damage estimate, and no serious injuries were reported.
cold. just two weeks ago, it was 60 degrees in chicago. this weekend, it was a snap back to reality for people out and about outside. and jason, we know the feeling. please tell us we are going to get a break from these bitter, cold temps sometime soon. jason: it will be a break, but one day. look at the windchill, it is not too warm. teens below webster city. town below in waterloo as well. -- 10 below in water withloo as well. you look at the winds right now, they were burning out of the northwest at about 20 to 35 miles per hour yesterday. there now out of the south. ahead of the next week in polls -- weak impulse.
shots, wonderful winter sunset. we put a few up on the facebook page and the you local page -- ulocal page. i have a time lapse of this sunset, absolutely beautiful. i am a sucker for this kind of thing. if you do time lapses, share that with me. i will be smiling ear to ear. 70 -- seven degrees right now, a light cover around there in the morning hours. that wind, it will eventually warm up. not so bad with wind or fog. as this pushes religion the northeast, it will lighten the winds and shift the next system. kind of a scattered mess of snow showers.
we actually inch above zero with both windchill and air temperature. 24 degrees is a high. you can see we are covered with clouds all day long. that is one of the reasons we will move up in temperature. the clouds provide a little bit of warmth. that next system drives down from the northwest. you can see that scattered the end of snow showers -- the end of snow showers. this is not the system that will bring snow, but we do have chances for a light dusting in mainly northeastern versions. -- portions of the state. there is that impulse pushing down and light snow showers. do not get your hopes up if you are a snow lover. we still have plenty of time to get even more down as we get over the next eight days or so. seven degrees tonight.
40 -- 24 degrees, it will feel nice tomorrow. we could have an isolated snow shower in the evening, especially in the northeast. teens there, upper 20's in the southwest. if you are hoping for warmth, we are not far from it. 11 on tuesday with sunshine. we feel a little more cloud cover on wednesday. we get freezing, and above freezing friday -- thursday. . cooler air rears its head at the end of next weekend. laura: a major milestone for harrison ford tonight. on the heels of some serious star wars success, he's now grossed more at u.s. box offices than any other actor ever. he's raked in about $4.7 billion. "star wars: the force awakens" just finished on top of the box office for the fourth week in a row. and some cool recognition for johnston's mayor paula dierenfeld. last weekend, we told you how the 61-year-old plans to run
part of a community challenge. for every bag of groceries and personal care items of $10 donated, she pledged a mile. now, she's getting national recognition. her story is featured in runner's world magazine. way to go, paula. well scott joins us now, and a vikings fans kind of crying and said tonight.
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>> announcer, from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: it was the third coldest playoff game in nfl history, and the result was just as bitter. especially for those of
vikings fans who were bundled up to face the defending nfc champion seahawks. it was six below. 21 below for the wind chill. with 1:30 left, the vikings were down 10-9, but on the move. kyle rudolph got the ball down to the 20. with 26 seconds left, blair walsh lined up for a game-winning 27-yard kick. it looks like a next her point. he missed it. no good. the vikings lose. it looked like the laces weren't facing the correct way on the hold, but walsh was taking ownership of the miss that ended
>> it was so quick, i have no idea what happens. this was my fault . i know that jeff did his job and devon did his job. i do not know -- i did not do my job. scott: we will get coach mike zimmers' reaction later in sunday sports extra. the pack were trying to avoid a dc downer. washington was at home and took the lead in the third quarter on the kirk cousins sneak. later in the third, green bay trailed 18-7. that's when the packers' running game gets going. eddie lacy has room to rumble. a 30-yard gain. james starks scored the go-ahead touchdown on the next play. 4th quarter, green bay up 6, lacy ices it with the td run. green bay wins it 35-18. they are moving on. the injury news on kansas city wideout jeremy maclin is not as bad as the team thought. the chiefs announced that maclin's knee is ok, but he did sprain his ankle saturday in the win over houston. his status for saturday's game at new england is unclear.
outside, so why not hit the ice? the wild had rockford in town. iowa started off great. check out the passing. they find jordan schrayder , who lights the lamp for a 1-0 lead. it was 1-1 heading into the second. the ice hogs started hogging the puck. ryan haggerty puts the rockford ice hogs up for good. and win it 3-1. we're back with another half hour coming up. the hawkeye posting ridiculous blowout. we will tell you more about that. going back to the vikings and their painful loss, what their coach had to say. a big-time prospect hits the big time page. we will talk and hear more from the valley high school football team. the rockford ice hawks. they should have little take
laura: definitely something special. we will be back soon. first, a relentless fire tears down an iconic part of downtown omaha. the shock settling in tonight. plus, el chapo captured. the celebrity meeting he had on you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. 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.
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>> the most watched news in central iowa, this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci news at 10:00. laura: welcome back. cold, cold, and more cold is the story this weekend. and if you're outside, you know
you need to bundle up. and out on the roads, keep that gas tank full. many of us trying to minimize the time going in and out of our cars. and jason, hoping for a better morning for kiddos at the bus stop tomorrow? jason: it is still going to be cold. you need gloves. they, earmuffs, all of that. it feels like temperature is what we are looking at, 20 below for a wind chill in webster.
-- eight below in ames. we are seeing some cloud cover north of the metro, spanning all the way to sioux falls or so. you can see the next system that will come next -- late tomorrow evening. we are not expecting much, maybe a dusting for northeastern portions of the state. actually warming up for the evening. 13 at 7:00 a.m.,
up to 20 by noon area we have got another cool down in store, i will have details shortly. laura: overwhelming moments today for many people in omaha's historic old market district, seeing the damage of saturday's massive fire for the first time in daylight. amanda crawford from our sister station was there. amanda: as daylight creeps over the old market, so does a tremendous feeling of loss. amanda rucker: there's just not a way you can replace a building like that. amanda crawford: a crowd, quiet and nervous, gathers.
others -- dillon schuman: everybody at m's, we're just family. amanda: paying respects to a place they called home. dillon schuman: just watching that, it's just heartbreaking. but yesterday when i found out, i was just so happy that everybody was ok. not only are us as co-workers grieving, omaha is because m's was the go-to place if you wanted to come downtown. amanda: the explosion at m's pub saturday shook dillon schuman's co-workers. the damage and fear spread quickly. next door, nouvelle eve, a charred mess. the boutique's windows, blasted open. market house, a restaurant now ruined, water seeping down the walls. niche's home goods, damaged beyond repair. amanda rucker: i think losing something like this is going to impact how the old market feels for a very long time. amanda crawford: it could be the end of an era -- dillon schuman: or the beginning of a new one. amanda: even on a somber sunday morning, staring at destruction, some see hope.
through this together, as we said last night, as we were all hugging each other. we'll all get through this, and we have one another. this isn't the end. amanda: there's already talk of the old market and businesses across omaha uniting and reaching out to m's pub employees to help in any way. with more complete coverage, amanda crawford, ketv newswatch 7. laura: officials say crews working to install fiber optic cable might have ruptured a gas line, causing the explosion and fire. more than 60 firefighters battled the blaze. none of them were injured. right now in philadelphia, a city police officer is recovering after this disturbing attack. a man ran up to his squad car and fired multiple shots. the suspect, 30-year-old edward archer, claims he did it in the name of isis. police say he confessed and is in jail. investigators are now working to find out when he was radicalized. officials say he took two trips
, another in egypt in 2012. new at 10:00, falling short. the transportation department's inspector general says the government needs to step it up to make sure airline pilots keep up with their flying skills. that includes training on how to monitor automated control systems. accident investigations have raised concern that manual flying skills are getting rusty, and that pilots get distracted when watching cockpit screens for long periods. how low will it go? gasoline prices still under $2 throughout most of the country. aaa says today's national average for a gallon of regular gas is $1.96. in des moines, it's $1.79 in some spots. officials say tumbling oil prices could push the price of gas to $1 a gallon in some areas. that hasn't happened since 1999. new at 10:00, a bizarre twist in the capture of joaquin "el chapo" guzman. while on the run, the drug kingpin held a secret meeting with oscar-winning actor sean penn. weijia jiang explains how that
in his arrest. weijia: the world's most notorious drug lord, joaquin el chapo guzman, was photographed shaking hands with actor sean penn. the men met secretly in the mexican jungle last october , three months after el chapo escaped from a super-max prison. details of their seven-hour conversation are revealed in a "rolling stones" article written by penn. in it, guzman talked about his sinaloa cartel, saying, i supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana than anybody else in the world. guzman is responsible for the death of thousands. but the fugitive told penn that he only defended himself and never started trouble. yesterday, mexico's attorney general said it was producers and actors who led them to the fugitive. the meeting was arranged by mexican actress kate del castillo, who had tweeted support for guzman in the past. penn and guzman agreed to another interview the following
instead, penn sent his questions via blackberry, and guzman sent a video with the answers. mexican marines recaptured guzman last friday in a pre-dawn raid. the mexican government has agreed to extradite el chapo to the u.s. to face drug and murder charges. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. laura: the extradition process could take months as guzman's lawyers fight to keep him in mexico. next at 10:00, viral reunion. the emotional picture getting all sorts of attention on social
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announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko and sports with scott reister. laura: heartwarming video trending tonight at 10:00. check it out. this is the moment a man literally gives the shirt off his own back to a homeless man. it happened on a train in manhattan. the good samaritan noticed the man sitting in the train car with no shirt on. so he walked over and gave him his. he even helped him put it on. he also gave him his hat. you can see the homeless man wiping away a tear from the kind act. also trending tonight, a photo of a young tennessee couple reconnecting after they were involved in a car crash. chris conte shows us.
student, arika stovall always hoped her work would get noticed. but this is something she never saw coming. the 21-year-old and her boyfriend, hunter, were on their way home on friday night. arika stovall: it was new year's day. chris: neither one remembers how it happened. hunter came to as his pickup truck was seconds away from slamming into this bridge support. arika stoval: i don't know how we lived through that. chris: the picture of
hunter's mangled toyota tundra provides context to injuries on his face. he's at home recovering in florida. hunter hanks: i got a good gash across the forehead here. chris: but it is a different moment entirely. , captured inside arika's hospital room, that social media can't stop sharing. hunter hanks: all i cared about was seeing her and making sure she was ok before me. i didn't care what happened to me as long as she was all right. chris: a caption not necessary. their looks, their eyes, and their neck braces were enough.
at that photo can tell something happened, and both of us were making sure we were ok. chris: so far, the picture has made it's way around the world. neither of the two quite understands how, but messages they've received from pure strangers shows why. arika stovall: i mean, we've gotten hundreds of messages just telling us that our story is what brought them out of a dark place in their life and -- chris: a life-changing moment that apparently has changed lives, and not just theirs. arika stovall: i'm just happy that so many people have been touched by it. laura: amazing new video tonight from the big island of hawaii. a rockfall at a volcano plunged into a lava lake, causing this impressive explosion. it actually happened early friday morning. the explosion does not threaten any nearby communities. ok, how creative is this? that's an 18-foot octopus snow
minnesota. they make a new sculpture every winter to raise money for charity. it took them 500 hours to make the massive squid. their goal is to raise $10,000 for bringing clean water to haiti. that is pretty impressive. they spent 500 hours in the cold making that. jason, just a five-minute walk brutal enough. jason: maybe that is why the on his face. it is so cold all over the midwest. we have seen wind chills in the 20 below the gory area -- category. tent below in waterloo for the windchill, so be safe. it is absolutely arctic. not to arctic to go for a little
thank you for sending in that shot. it is absolutely beautiful. we have got one more cold dip ahead of us. 24 tomorrow, and then a bit of a tumble on tuesday down to 11 agrees. back to 41 on thursday. it looks like it will be sunny and the best they out of the eight. temperatures tail back into the teens after that. in temperature at seven degrees right now, and with a light wind, it knocks that down a bit. in the evening hours, we continue to warm it up all the way to 24 degrees. that is by 3:00 p.m. look at the sky. you are going to be hard-pressed to find any sunshine as you we continue to get cloud cover. chances for a light snow because of that, i do not think it will accumulate too much. there is a chance northeastern portions will see half an inch or so. otherwise, you will lucky to see a dusting.
ahead of the dusting. you can see more chances for snow flying their way into the northeast. that is largely where the chances are. otherwise, middle portions of the state many looking at scattered snow showers, and we clear that out as we go into tuesday. not a bad look. if you are a snow lover, not a great look as we do not look to have much of a chance for any significant accumulation anywhere. again, a half inch. that probably be the highest we see, if that. we do have warmer temperatures on the way. seven degrees tonight. we are working on warming that up throughout the evening, 24 along with the warmer air. mostly cloudy skies. a few isolated showers, not a lot of sunshine, but there is sunshine in the forecast, but you've got to wait a few days. looking over the next few days, sunshine on tuesday with the arctic chill up to 42 on
41 on thursday with sunshine. after that, all the way back to 15 degrees by wednesday. laura: new at 10:00, a new wave of golden globe winners revealed tonight. here's a look at some of the winners. best motion exert goes to the martian. best actress in a motion picture, larson. in a motion picture comedy, jennifer lawrence. best actor in a motion picture musical or, to he, that damon. scott reister joins us now to talk about the cyclones are moving on. scott: plus, one of the top prospects in the nation had his
(donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. 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 and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field.
announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: the cyclones were ranked as high as number two in the nation. but right now, they are just
1-2 in the big 12. iowa state will no doubt take a drop in rankings area last week they were at 13. they had texas tech and baylor at home for the second straight season. they had a rough week, but this right that, loaded with talent. they definitely had the pieces to remain elite. >> you not panic, you stay the
we have been in a lot more's situations before this. the screen is got experience. -- this team has got experience. we will figure it out. hopefully we start tuesday at texas. scott: they face texas tuesday night in austin. the
hawkeyes, meanwhile, face number five michigan state thursday. the spartans just got back denzel valentine back. he was missing when the hawkeyes defeated the spartans earlier this season. it was a hawkeye state reunion that the hawkeyes weren't too happy about. that is maryland coach brenda freeze, from cedar rapids. iowa was playing from behind, trying to keep up in the 2nd half. alexa kastanek from three-point land. but the eighth-ranked terps just too much in this one. brionna jones with the steal.
first win against wichita state, it is a blowout. northern iowa wins on the road over southern illinois. there has been wrerstling at iowa since 1911. and never have the hawkeyes won by this much. second ranked iowa was at northwestern, they didn't just dominate, they 154-0. the hawkeyes scored bonus points -- 54-0. the hawkeyes scored bonus points in nine matches, including five pins and a technical fall. biggest conference win ever. you know it's cold when your beer turns into a slushie. that actually happened. that was the price the vikings' fans paid to watch the third coldest playoff game in nfl history. at gametime, it was six below, with a wind chill of 21 below. didn't stop these guys from having fun out there. a little too much fun. seattle was down 9-0 in the 4th,
russell wilson picks it up, then tyler lockett takes it all the way inside the vikings' 5. that led to a touchdown. later in the 4th, minnesota was up 9-7. teddy bridgewater dumps it off to the vikings' adrian peterson. he makes it happen until peterson has it ripped away. seattle would convert that into a go-ahead field goal. a chip shot field goal, wide left. he and extremely misses the 27 yarder. seahawks win- 10-9. >> it was a little high. it is a chip shot, he is going to make it. >> i worked real hard to get myself to a place where i was very consistent. in that moment am a the moment
be working hard to erase that from my career. it will take a while. >> we played great on defense all day. we did a good job in the running game three at a good job on the quarterback. we missed the chip shot field goal. that is life. scott: the pack are back. things started slowly in washington. kirk cousins sneak gave washington the lead. later in the third, green bay down 18-7. the packers running game got loose. eddie lacy has room to rumble, a 30-yard gain. james starks scored the go-ahead touchdown on the next play. 4th quarter, green bay up 6. lacy ices it with the touchdown green bay advances 35-18. after losing their final two games of the regular season, the packers are back to their winning ways. >> we just needed a game like this to get our mojo back and get our confidence going. i said this week, it just takes one, one performance.
right direction believe we can make a run. scott: here is the current playoff picture. top saturday, casey visits new england. pittsburgh and denver. saturday, green bay at arizona. we have seattle visiting the carolinas. monday night is the final night of the college football season. it's the cfp national championship game. number 2, alabama 13-1. number 1, clemson 14-0. it is at university of phoenix stadium in glendale arizona. you can get it at 7:30 on espn. one west des moines teenager is already getting a taste of the big stage. the valley senior, who has committed to nebraska, just got back from san antonio, where he was selected to play in the u.s. army all-american game. in tonight's sunday sports extra, tony seeman shows us that raridon didn't get there alone. >> i'm just honored to be playing in it, because it has
tony: making it to the army american bowl is not easy, but for john married in, this is par for the course. >> you finish your high school career, you can just cap it off with such a prestigious game like this. tony: if your last name is raridon, it comes with the territory. >> it has been emotional. tony: how about this family? his dad put some time in the nfl. a brother that play for nfl -- notre dame, another that played for valley. this family is made of steel. >> a competitive atmosphere. you are just trying to warm up your -- one of your brother constantly. >> he really enjoys it. it is fun to see him reach his goal that he has had since he
a strong kid, we best -- laura: time to bundle up, right jason? jason: there is warm in the forecast. you can see tomorrow not exactly balmy, but up to 24 by 3:00 p.m. tuesday, i just skip over. bundle up. after that, 41 degrees on thursday. we can to sunshine. it will be wonderful. laura: sounds good. be sure to make kcci 8 news this morning part of your morning routine. eric, elizabeth, shaina, and emmy will have the very latest overnight news.