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and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. kim: no one has yet to come forward yet to claim some of the $1.6 billion powerball prize but lottery officials say they know where the three lucky tickets were bought. good afternoon. i am kim st. onge. mollie is off today. three lucky tickets all had the correct numbers matching all 5 numbers plus the powerball. the tickets were sold in california, tennessee and florida. but that doesn't mean there weren't some big winners right here in iowa. 6 tickets sold here in iowa were worth $50,000 or more. take a look, tickets worth $100,000 were sold in west des moines, walnut and mason city. three other tickets all worth $50,000 each were sold in polk
davenport. if you have family in chino hills, california, munford, tennessee or melbourne beach, florida, you'll want to call them to see if they're the country's latest millionaire. at least three people from those lucky locations will share the record-shattering jackpot. danielle nottingham has more. reporter: word spread fast in chino hills of the 7-eleven sold the winning powerball ticket. >> we heard the news semiconductor to see who the winner was. it is not us. reporter: the winner has not yet come for it that did not stop the celebration. >> maybe next year. reporter: this morning it was back to business as usual. some customers for already buying tickets for saturday's drawing. do you think this is now a lucky spot for buying tickets? >> i think so. now that i know where to go. reporter: the owner also has good reason to celebrate. he takes only $1 million cut. >> amazing.
it's not bad reporter: another winning ticket was sold near orlando and the third was sold in munford, tennessee not far from memphis. each winning ticket is worth almost $529 million before taxes. daniel nottingham, cbs news, chino hills, california. kim: california, tennessee and florida require the winners names be released so we will eventually find out who those new multimillionaires are. it is a fantastic day to get outside. the metinka it sounds like our warm-up won't be around for long. metinka: at least it is good for now. even if we did not win the powerball. temperatures have warmed up really nicely across the southern half of the state. 45 now in des moines and almost 50 degrees in lamoni. is still a little chilly up towards the north. we have a couple of cloud that have developed this afternoon. still a great day up in ames.
a lot of melting going on. highs will be flirting with 50 degrees. up to the north a little bit cooler. everybody gets a big cool down overnight tomorrow. temperatures will be falling throughout the day. even a few snow flurries tomorrow afternoon and the wind will have a bite to it. we are talking arctic air in time for the weekend. kim: thank you. we've learned more about the retrial of joe lopez. he's the man accused of killing a clive toddler. yesterday, a big surprise in polk county court led to a mistrail. >> it was on and off. he would force sexual intercourse with me. kim: after more than two days of testimony, the polk county judge ended the trial after the victim's mother, nisa alvarez, made shocking new sex abuse allegations against lopez on the stand. lopez is accused of killing alvarez's 1-year-old daughter in 2014. a new trial has now been set to begin in may.
for a former isu scientist who faked aids vaccine research results. dong pyou han was sentenced last summer to four years and nine months in prison after entering an agreement in which he pled guilty to making false statements. han's lawyer appealed, saying the sentence was unreasonable. the court disagreed. it was three years ago when a group of harvard researchers found that han's promising results were achieved with rabbit blood spiked with human antibodies. turning to world headlines, isis has claimed responsibility for deadly paris-style terror attacks in indonesia's capital today. cbs' jonathan vigliotti reports from london. reporter: eyewitness video capture the moment to suspected attackers set off a bomb outside a starbucks in central jakarta. indonesian authorities say a series of explosions rocked the busy area popular with tourists. at least seven people were
suddenly the explosion went off this witness says. i saw people running away and two people lying on the ground bleeding. police say these statements road motorbike in use grenades and by -- guns. heavily high security forces hid behind a car as they wait a gun battle against the suspects. is the first major terror attack in jakarta since islamic terrorist bomb to hotels in 2009. islamic state claimed responsibility for this latest round of violence. indonesia has raised its security learn to the highest level and its president is calling the assault an act of terror. kim: and more questions than answers about 10 american sailors that were detained then released by iran. the americans were picked up when their two patrol boats entered iranian waters in the persian gulf. iranian television aired video of a sailor it identified as the commander apologizing.
appears to be authentic but it's not known if the crew was forced to record it. italian police arrested a man in connection with the killing of florida native ashley olsen. olsen was found dead in her apartment in florence last weekend. the murder suspect is an illegal immigrant from senegal. who prosecutors say met olsen in a nightclub. prosecutors say the two had consensual sex before the murder and olsen had two fractures to her skull. hours before the latest republican debate, donald trump is defending his strong campaign message. trump will meet six of his gop rivals tonight in prime time. it comes less than three weeks before the iowa caucuses. cbs news' major garrett has more from tonights debate sight in charleston, south carolina. >> if we had a real president, not the one that made a speech last night where everybody fell asleep -- reporter: after taking heat from president obama and nikki haley,
>> he's a nice woman and that said i'm an angry person. i hate what is happening to our country. very angry. reporter: hilly stood her ground. >> she established a firewall in south carolina where the establishment is going to put the brakes on it. reporter: amid an atlantic conservative criticism. >> i understand what i hit them, i was not upset people. with a gaming opportunity to say what i think and that's what i did. reporter: her words were an attack on divisive politics. >> i would much rather have a little drama, and i know some injury and interest on our side, and then coalesced by the nominee the -- nominee. reporter: >> she did really well last night. and i thought it put a good face on our party. >> we need to be unifier's and there is too much anger. . and i agree with her reporter:
reporter:kasich has pulled ahead of christie. >> i've been declared get more times than people you read about in the newspaper. who are actually dead. kim: that was major garrett reporting. just days after a quinnipiac university poll showed bernie sanders with a 5-point lead here in iowa a new des moines register-bloomberg poll shows hillary clinton with a slim 2-point lead, 42% to 40%. maryland governor martin o'malley far behind with 4%. 14% of likely democratic caucus-goers say they are still undecided. the caucuses are now two and a half weeks away. if you're looking for a job , there's still time to head down to one of iowa's largest career fairs. the 2016 iowa career expo is being held at hy-vee hall in downtown des moines and runs until 2:30 this afternoon. employers will be looking for
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to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. 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
>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at noon with mollie cooney and meteorologist metinka slater. kim: the oscar nominations are out and leonardo dicaprio's latest "the revenant" leads the pack with 12 nominations. "mad max: fury road" and "the martian" also had strong showings, although martian director ridley scott failed to nab a nomination. suzanne marques has a look at all the surprises and snubs. reporter: blue ribbon it leaves the oscar race with 12 nominations, including best picture, best actor for leonardo dicaprio, and best director.
mad max earned can nominations. >> begin abort procedure. reporter: the martian got seven, including best actor for matt damon but not one for director ridley scott. rounding of the best actor category are the big short, bridge of spies, brooklyn, room, and spotlight. bryan cranston surprised some of his best actor nomination for trumbo. rounding out that category was magel -- michael fassbinder. the critically acclaimed "carol" was shut out of best picture runy ma -- roonie mara was nominated. she will love against brie larson, jennifer lawrence, and charlotte rambling. >> i don't even out of doing here. reporter: sylvester stallone is anything but the underdog in the
the academy snubbed his costar michael b jordan. that come along with idris elba for "beast of donation" has our -- no nation" has sparked a backlash. kim: the end of a late -- nwa biopic "straight out of compton" did not get best picture nomination but it did get a screenplay nomination. some sad entertainment news to pass along. british actor alan rickman whose career ranged from britain's royal shakespeare company to the harry potter films has died. rickman is also well known for playing the bad guy hans gruber in the original die hard film. his family said today the actor died after a battle with cancer. rickman was 69-years-old. there is a dangerous new illness worrying vets and pet owners across the country.
infected with dog flu. cases first showed up last march in chicago and spread quickly. and just like humans, avoiding interaction is key to your k-9 staying well. >> none of the dogs have immunity to fight it off. when they get to dog day care or dog parks or are boarded overnight in kennel facilities, it can spread rapidly. kim: the vaccine was made available in november. they say the disease is rarely fatal but you should see a disease -- veterinarian right away if your dog shows symptoms. and in sports news no doubt michigan state will be looking for some payback tonight. the hawkeyes upset the then number one spartans to open big 10 play. the hawkeyes are 3-0 right now, tied for the conference lead. but michigan state will have their star player back this time around. denzel valentine was out with an injury when iowa beat them earlier this season. tipoff for iowa michigan state
you can watch it on espn. a warm-up today but the temperatures are going to take a nosedive in a few days. metinka: get out now with getting is good. some folks were out yesterday. they were capturing some birds out there. with the weather. degrees warmer than this time that's great news. temporarily. right now we're a little cool of to the north with readings into the 30's. he will be a great afternoon. this is one of our webcam seven jefferson. plenty of blue skies. no snow with those clouds. a lot of melting is taking place of their. probably have some road spray as the puddles get going this afternoon. high temperatures flirting with 50 degrees and central and southern iowa a little bit cooler to the north. everybody cools back down tomorrow. lots of cold air heading our way causing temperatures to fall
we will have a few wind whipped flurries. those clouds moved out this morning and gave way to sunshine and no another tragic cloudiness developing in central in southwest iowa. that will feel to death filter the sunshine a little bit. up near north dakota near northern minnesota, that will bring the colder air and also a little bit of snow. the cold front will be on the move by about 10:00 this evening. it will move into northern iowa but the wind switching back to the north and northwest. we will have a little round of snow move through central iowa in the morning. that will be followed by another reinforcing shot of cold air coming in by late saturday. that will also bring with it another chance of light snow. by saturday evening and overnight saturday night through early sunday morning. that snow moves out but the cold air will be sticking around a little while. futurecast, quiet this afternoon. after midnight some light snow
that moves off to the east shortly after noon on friday. it will be a quieter day tomorrow, colder in a little more windy. by saturday at 6:00 p.m. here's another chance of light snow. neville work into central iowa by 9:00 or 10:00. it will boost of the state and out of the area by 5:00 or 6:00 on sunday morning. that will leave behind light amounts. early on friday we could see a dusting of snow out there. maybe 2/10 of one inch. on saturday, another half-inch with a fresh coating of snow. maybe an inch across the state. 46 in des moines. no snow falling but some of it melting. we have some sunshine sneaking through the clouds. southwest wind at eight miles per hour. not to windy. 48 this afternoon. it will feel great despite the filtered sunshine. overnight lows start to cool down into the 20's tonight.
the wind will also be shifting back to the northwest, dragging in colder temperatures. throughout the afternoon tomorrow temperatures will be falling. grab the warmer coats on friday. a few flurries out there but maybe ending up with a light dusting of snow. there's a next chance of snow coming in saturday night. we could pick up half an inch. the main story over the weekend is the bitterly cold temperatures. if you thought last sunday was called, brace yourself because this sunday will be worse. kim: no iowans won the jackpot but we kind of one it with weather -- won it with weather.
>> powerball tip number one, take only winning numbers. reporter: that is what employees but they did saturday night as the bartender read off the winning numbers. >> 63! reporter: turns out they were reading the wrong
day's number. for a blissful 20 minutes they thought that the jackpot. >> the 20 million -- reporter: one prematurely quit. >> the valley ga -- the valet guy say go get yourself. reporter: buying all those lottery tickets might leave you in a financial hole, but a texas man ended up in an actual hole. his family reported him missing when he did not return from buying a lottery ticket. fort worth police found him uninjured at the bottom of the seven foot construction whole -- hole, presumably with his ticket.
>> a bunch of hookers in cocaine. >> we were hoping for a different answer. reporter: only joking he later told "inside edition." >>
jimmy kimmel mocked the media. >> roughly 25 times were likely to become president or be killed by a vending machine. >> replacer gps with a monkey. your chances are better with a monkey then with a powerball jackpot. >> to be struck by lightning and a bus at the exact same time. reporter: jeannie moos, cnn, new
kim: 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.
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. 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
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by the iowa clinic] kim: a great day to get outside today and enjoy warmer temperatures, but they will take a huge dive this weekend.
high sides and then the downside is coming this weekend. get out and enjoy the nice weather while we have it. maybe lock around the lake this afternoon. highs close to 50 degrees. overnight you will probably hear the wind shift. it's dragging and flurries and cold air tomorrow with temperatures falling by the afternoon. that wind chill tomorrow to be gets worse over the weekend. another shot of snow comes in saturday night. not much but a lot of cold. sunday will be colder than it was last sunday. overnight lows below zero and struggling to make it to 5. by next week temperatures will be back on the upswing and hopefully this will be our last really cold arctic outbreak of the month. kim: hopefully people can enjoy the weather today. thank you so much for joining us. we'll be minas right back here for kcci 8 news at 5:00 and