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don't be nervous. i've seen women give birth in much worse conditions. (laughs): really? you bet. mud huts, rain forests, in the middle of a war zone. somehow, life always finds a way. all right, i'm gonna need you to push when i tell you. okay, here. here. i got it. oh... wow, that is a baby's head. that's a baby's head. you're almost there! yeah. okay, honey. all right, push. (grunting) ooh. you got it... oh, that-a-girl, that-a-girl, okay, give me one more push. (yelling) (continues yelling) oh... ah... oh, that's it, that's it. (chanting continues) okay. hey-hey, lot of skin. okay, good for you. all right. right on. all right. let's not have an incident. okay. ooh! ooh! oh, thank god. i thought that was... (chuckles) hey, sweetie. heh.
(crying continues) (gasping) nakutakia maisha mwema na fanaka. nants ingonyama! may you have a good and prosperous life. yeah. hakuna matata. molly: good job, good job. i knew you were still awesome! james drove his rav4 hybrid, unaware death was lurking... what? he was challenged by a team of lumberjacks. let's do this. he would drive them to hard knocks canyon where he would risk broken legs, losing limbs and slipping and dying. not helping. but death would have to wait. james left with newfound knowledge, a man's gratitude... and his shirt. the all-new rav4 hybrid.
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molly! hey! hey, over here! (chanting continues) excuse me. excuse me. hi. hey, where's the pregnant lady? oh, she's with the baby, and they're doing fine. you delivered it? well, no, but, you know, i watched, and i didn't throw up, so that's something. i'm proud of you. aw. i got some great shots of these women. i mean, they're so brave-- they're just... they're fighting for something they really believe in, you know? they're beautiful. you got to live life until it's ripped out of your arms. mike: that's the spirit. see? you may end up getting t-boned by that rhino yet. i don't get it. hey, molly, hold this for me. huh? okay. you can watch change, or you can be a part of it. i'm going in. oh, god. ha-ha! (laughs) hold this. oh, no. kay, i will follow you anywhere! we need some sunscreen! i better hold on to these
a little shorter. i know some of you are antsy to get back to iowa. steve: opening with iowa. president obama begins his final state of the union with a mention of the hawkeye state. good evening, thank you for joining us. he went on to lay out his vision for america, one he says builds on the successes of his time in office. stacey: craig boswell on capitol hill for us tonight with a recap of the president's final state of the union. >> the president of the united states! aixa: --craig: a decidedly optimistic president obama told the nation he's looking to the future. part of that involved looking back at the last 7. the president touted his consequence. pres. obama: we're in the middle of the longest streak of private-sector job creation in history. craig: he also championed the iran nuclear deal, the climate change agreement, and america's resolve against terrorism. pres. obama: when you come after americans, we go after you.
no limits. craig: the president didn't lay out broad goals for the republican-led congress, but did say he he wants to work with lawmakers on bipartisan priorities, like criminal justice reform and prescription drug abuse. the president also lamented strained relations between the two parties. pres. obama: it's one of the few regrets of my presidency that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better. craig: south carolina governor nikki haley delivered the republican response. she criticized the obama white house but also warned leading gop candidates and their -- candidates against a hardline immigration stance. gov haley: no one who is willing to work hard, abide by our laws, and love our traditions should ever feel unwelcome in this country. craig: president obama reminded americans, one year from now he'll be right alongside them as a private citizen. craig boswell, cbs news, capitol hill.
senator ernst: i am disappointed that the president did not outlined a clear strategy on how we are going to defeat isis. he talked a little bit about that situation, but he attempted to brush it off again by reinforcing that we have the strongest military in the world. stacey: you may remember, senator ernst gave the official gop response last year. steve: meanwhile, the race for the next president is heating up. on the democratic side, senator bernie sanders has pulled ahead of hillary clinton in the latest quinnipiac university poll, 49 to 44% here in iowa, so could sanders use that slight lead to surge ahead and win the iowa caucuses? kcci's laura terrell finds out. >> i don't pay any attention to this. i don't feel that it's a good reflection about who will actually come out on caucus night. laura: hillary clinton shrugged off any concern late tuesday about the new quinnipiac poll putting bernie sanders ahead of her in iowa. >> it proves that what we have
laura: senator sanders campaign says the new numbers are proof iowans are getting to know him and his message of economic equality. >> when we started here in june i think it was like 61 to 5 or , something, most iowans didn't know bernie sanders. >> all in all, this is good news for senator sanders, and it's a warning sign for hillary clinton. laura: kcci political analyst dennis goldford says sanders supporters are more enthusiatic then clinton's with his campaign , stops feeling more like sporting events or pep rallies. but it will take translating that enthusiasm into organization to win. >> the old phrase, organize, organize organize, and get hot , at the end. sanders is suddenly hot with this poll, but we're not quite at the end yet. laura: clinton says she'll keep her eye on the prize and her campaign will stick to what it's good at, organizing people to the polls. ms. clinton: i'm looking at people who are showing up, making up their minds, and trying to convince them to come
laura terrell, kcci 8 news, --laura: laura terrell, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. stacey: on the republican side, candidates are gearing up for the first debate of the new year. donald trump, ben carson, senators ted cruz and marco rubio, governors chris christie and john kasich, and former governor jeb bush all qualify for the main fox business debate thursday in south carolina. some of those candidates are making stops in iowa before the debate, including jeb bush. the former florida governor speaking at the ffa enrichment center on dmacc's ankeny campus tonight. bush needs a big boost before the caucuses. he's polling in the single digits right now. the campaigning continues for bush here tomorrow. he'll be at the machine shed in urbandale at 7:15 in the morning. mike huckabee is also in iowa and rick santorum plans to host a town hall meeting in downtown des moines at noon. steve: taking a live look from our beautiful skycam.
kurtis: no doubt about that, but the warm-up is already emerging to the west. below zero readings in minneapolis, but notice 20's to 30's in parts of nebraska, south dakota. that one or air is actually going to push and through the overnight hours. by tomorrow morning, we will already be in the teens. as we cruised to the afternoon, noon 30, windchill of 20. sunshine by the afternoon and a high temperature at 33 degrees. it is a little bit of a roller coaster. we have a january saw on the way. into the 40's on thursday and here comes another push of cold air as we slide towards the weekend. one chance of snow in your 8 day forecast. stacey: today, governor branstad laid out his agenda for the 2016 legislative session. this afternoon, i had the chance to sit down with the governor to talk more about three of his priorities. improving water quality,
privatizing medicaid. the governor says raining in the cost of medicaid is critical to manage a tight state budget. gov. branstad: do we want medicaid to grow $150 million in cost next year? even under our managed care it grows $46 million. so it's really a question of what makes the most sense and what's the best use of our resources. stacey: the current state-federal funded medicaid program costs about $4 billion annually, covering poor or disabled iowans. the governor wants 3 private companies to manage the care programs. he says it will save money, and provide better care for patients. gov. branstad: we're moving to a new system where you're paid on outcomes. that's better for the patient. but it doesn't necessarily mean the providers make as much money. stacey: lawmakers were deadlocked on education funding last session. gov. branstad: i'm hopeful this year they will get this resolved in the first 30 days of the session. that's what they're supposed to
stacey: the governor proposes increasing pre-k-12 funding by over $145 million, including a 2.45% increase in basic aid and a third installment into the teacher leadership and compensation program. republicans have proposed a 2% increase in education funding. democrats are looking for a 4% increase. the governor has proposed a plan that he says will benefit schools and improve water quality. he wants a 20 year extension of the current 1 cent sales tax dedicated to school infrastructure, to 2049. he says the first $10 million in growth each year would go to the schools. the growth over and above that would go to fund water quality projects. gov. branstad: so it is $20 billion, $20.7 billion of additional money for school infrastructure coming from sales tax rather than property tax. stacey: he says it's a win-win. schools benefit, clean water projects are funded, and he doesn't have to raise taxes. the 2016 legislative session officially started monday.
session, when the lawmakers' per diem ends. steve: right now, warren county rash of mumps cases. 7 students at indianola high school have come down with the mumps in the past month. 5 of had been were vaccinated.4 . -- have been vaccinated. right before christmas break. surfaced. the school is now asking faculty and students to disinfect common areas several times a day. right now, it's not considered an outbreak. >> i would say that we are at a series of cases at this based on point the total population. steve: all students are now required to get 2 doses of the measles, mumps, and rubella, or mmr, vaccine. parents have been notified. stacey: classic signs of child abuse. that's what a radiologist says about ruby alvarez's injuries shown in her x-rays before she died. ruby's mother's boyfriend, joe
he's accused of killing ruby in 2014 by repeatedly shaking her. lopez says ruby fell out of her high chair. the defense has been trying to prove those injuries are possible from the alleged 5 foot fall to the concrete floor. ruby's trauma surgeon told jurors the injuries do not add up with lopez's story. testimony continues tomorrow. kcci's kim st. onge will be there. follow her on twitter for live updates. steve: vexed all the news at 10:00 a surprise visit today at , an iowa dnr office. stacey: the adorable photo you have to see. >> to smile through all of this and continue to have that same personality, it's amazing and definitely inspiring to me. stacey: cancer conquered. the sweet message from devon still to his daughter leah. todd: when's the last time you could buy a fine, handmade italian suit in the middle of downtown des moines? we'll go inside lord midas, tonight.
iowa. steve: kcci's ryan smith is live tonight at
a quick trip store. you found one local business going all out in hopes of a big payday, right? ryan: just 24 hours away from the big announcement, places like this store are selling those tickets left and right. the odds are officially one in 292 million. that is not stopping local employees in ames from banding together to beat those's? -- beat goes odds. >> the more you come together, the better chances you have to succeed. >> if you don't play, you won't win. simple as that. ryan: it is becoming something
>> we have approximately 98 people in our pool. that is at four dollars each so we have about 192 chances to win and good luck to sigler. -- to win. ryan: that's 98 people out of 150. two-thirds of all employees inside the design, printing and packaging warehouse. >> it's hard to say no, because not only do they want the money,
but they don't want to be left alone with the company if everyone leaves. ryan: with a billion dollar prize, precautions need to be taken. >> if your pool happens to win the lottery i would advise, of , course to definitely contact our office because we could help you manage the money. ryan: attorney blake hanson says if you join an office pool draw up a contract who's paid and whether the numbers are individually picked or computer-generated. and make it public. >> what that protects against is having somebody after the fact coming in saying they believed they were part of the lottery pool when in reality they weren't. ryan: back at sigler, is a win
do you love your job enough to come back to it? >> i mean, i love my job ryan: no comment. attorney hanson also recommends making copies of all office pool tickets. that prevents someone from winning and claiming they bought their ticket separate from the pool. some helpful reminders in case we have any big winners here in central iowa. live in des moines, ryan smith, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. steve: you know powerball , actually started in iowa back in 1992 with an, at that time , giant $1 million jackpot. then lowa lottery director ed stanek got together with the lottery heads of 6 other states big. >> and they decided to start this game where they pooled their money together, because new york and these had big-money jackpot. iowa couldn't put together enough people in sales for a million dollar jackpot. terry rich says, for last
close to 75% of the number , combinations were used, which means there was a 3 out of 4 chance we should have had a winner. that number is now 85% going into tomorrow night's drawing. good luck. stacey: new at 10:00, look who stopped by the iowa department of natural resource's manchester office today. looks like you're not alone if wanted to avoid the chill and stay indoors today. kurtis, that is no joke. kurtis: just double checking that deer season ended on january 10. we do have clouds rolling in. temperature is five degrees. very cold out there. south winds at six. the coldest air in northeastern iowa. you can already see it is warm
slowly, that warmer air is going to creep in the year as the night goes along. temperature already up to 13 degrees. southwest winds tomorrow. by noon, clouds start to increase. we will hit a high around 30. by 6 p.m., the temperatutu back down to 29 degrees. a little bit of cloud cover slowly creeping in. a week system is going to rotate through. i think we could squeeze out some flurries. you may get a dusting of snow at best. teens in minneapolis. green bay, snow showers. 40's in st. louis and kansas city. upper 40's in rapid city, and 50's in western kansas. the warm front will lift through after the ridge of high pressure
even warmer hair -- even warmer air wednesday night which should get in here just in time for thursday. light band of snow is not going to amount to much. afternoon sunshine late in the day. thursday morning, a few clouds east and northeast. more sunshine later in the day on thursday. tonight, the low as five. cloudy skies, a few flurries. south winds at 5-10. tomorrow, up to 33 degrees. winds out of the southwest at 5-15. statewide saw on thursday. friday, 30 degrees. a chance of snow, but the latest computer model continue to drag the system to the southeast.
futurecast as we get a little bit closer. behind this system, here comes another burst of cold air. look at sunday morning, a high of 10. fairly cold readings the early part of next week. stacey: luxury suits, downtown des moines? a new store hopes to find success. todd magel takes us inside next. >> who will be a billionaire? we will tell you about the security in place for the biggest jackpot drawing ever.
of bed in the 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.
marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. steve: wigle all the way to italy when italy can come to you? stacey: todd magel says it's as close as a new men's clothing store that just opened in downtown des moines called lord midas. >> everything is made in italy, exclusively made in italy. todd: meet max stanco. born in new york, raised in italy, opening his first clothing store in des moines. that's right, downtown at 6th and locust in the renovated des moines building. >> i did not expect to even be in des moines especially. todd: but it's not just any
shirts, ties, even the shopping bags are made, mostly hand made, in italy. >> this is also 100% cashmere. todd: mens' suits are priced from $1000 to $3000. but it's all part of the risk stanco is willing to take. it's been years since anyone has been able to buy a nice suit -- nice luxury suit in downtown des moines but max stanco says , he wants to bring luxury back downtown. >> it takes some courage, ok. it's not like
everybody would do it, because no one has done it so far. todd: stanco says he was going to open a store in dallas but changed his mind after visiting a friend here in des moines. >> people from des moines are more willing now to open their doors to create a small cosmopolitan city. todd: so, lord midas is just the beginning for stanco, he wants to experiment with a women's line, maybe a cafe next door, even fashion shows. a little bit of italy on the
what is missing? we can do this here too. stacey: stanco hopes his new store will be just the beginning of more street level stores returning to the downtown loop. steve: we have some great news to share tonight. nfl player devon still says his daughter has beaten cancer. still posted on his instagram account how proud he was of leah after she completed her last treatment. still documented leah's cancer fight on social media. she was first diagnosed about a year and a half ago. the cincinnati bengals kept still on the roster so leah could receive the proper medical treatment. he has since been picked up by the houston texans. good for him. iowa state in a thriller down in texas.