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shaina: and even if there's no concern, parents should talk to their kids anyway. >> it opens the door so if they , ever do have thoughts about that, you've already talked about it, they know that it's ok to talk about it. it doesn't have to be this dark secret anymore. shaina: and stripping away that stigma is key in suicide prevention. shaina humphries, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. counseling center recently started offering suicide prevention training in the metro. learn more and register online the address -- online at the address on your screen. it is mark: new at 5:00 an iowa man in , prison for sexual abuse is facing new charges. boone county authorities issued an arrest warrant for 41-year-old jody ray anderson. he faces second and third degree sexual abuse charges in connection with cases in 2011 and 2012. anderson was convicted of third degree sexual abuse in winnebago county last year. he pleaded guilty and is serving a 10 year sentence.
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help identifying a pharmacy robbery suspect. police say this man tried robbing fifield pharmacy on university avenue twice in the last 30 days. they say the man demanded painkillers and threatened to shoot the clerk. anyone with information should call crime stoppers of central iowa. the number -- 515-223-140000 a mother and son are dead after a single car crash on a frost covered road. it happened around 7:00 this morning on highway 212, west of marengo. the iowa county sheriff's office says the driver, 18-year-old bethany grace clark, lost control. she crashed in a ditch and hit a creek bank before her car caught fire. clark's 2-year-old son was also in the car. stacey: right now, three lucky people from california, florida, and tennessee will share the world's largest lottery jackpot. $1.6 billion. the winners haven't come forward yet, but that's not stopping crowds from celebrating. edward lawrence is in chino
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the 3 winning tickets was sold. edward there was no stopping the : celebration of a dream come true. at this 7-11 in chino hills, where luck beat out nearly impossible odds. and that includes the store owner, who got a million dollar check for selling one of the winning powerball tickets. >> it feels so great. >> california lottery sold $386 million worth of powerball tickets. edward: inside customers are , hoping the store will bring them luck for the next powerball drawing. >> i bought ticket, maybe it's the lucky one. >> wanted to stop by and get in on the action. edward the powerball winner here : in chino hills overcame astronomical odds of 1 in 292 million to win the world-record jackpot. the lucky person will split the $1.6 billion with two other winners in florida and tennessee. the winning ticket in florida
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grocery store. >> i just screamed out loud, "oh my god, my store." edward in munford, tennessee, : the retailer got a 25,000 dollar commission for selling the third winning ticket. each of the 3 powerball winners will bank nearly $529 million before taxes. edward lawrence, cbs news, chino hills, california. stacey: wednesday's numbers also produced eight $2 million winners and 73 $1 million winners across the country. that includes a $2 million winner here in iowa. lottery officials say a powerball ticket sold in onawa matched the first five numbers but missed the powerball. 23-year-old bryon stewart also added the power play to the purchase which doubled the prize from $1 million to $2 million. >> the car was too small to hold
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we were hugging each other. stacey: good for them. stewart works as a security officer for a casino. he bought three tickets. head outside today. we hit the weather jackpot. we saw some people walking around without their coats on this afternoon at the pappajohn sculpture park in downtown des moines. some places hit the 50's. it is not going to last forever. mark: it is not going to last the week really. jason at the green wall. jason s: this is about as good as it gets. we have bona fide spring heat. 54 degrees and lamoni. 57 for a high in des moines. to the north, still in the mid to upper 30's. started off sunny, and we saw
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you can see signs of the next system on its way out to the northwest. that is what is going to help us punch our temperatures back down to reality and even beyond that. we're going to continue to see those temperatures drop. all the way down to 26 by 7:00 in the morning. single-digit high temperatures coming up. i will break that down for you and when we could see snow. mark: a popular metro corridor is enjoying a business boom. kcci's kim st. onge is live along ingersoll in downtown des moines to explain how city officials plan to attract more people to the area. kim: it will be hard for the hundreds of people driving along ingersoll not to spot a new business that is popping up, just like pita pit and firehouse subs, which just opened here along 27th street about two weeks ago. des moines city officials
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this area, which they are calling the ingersoll-grand corridor about 6 years ago to , make it more welcoming and safe. the city planted more trees and gardens and has added bike lanes. but, there's still more work to do. mayor frank cownie wants to improve parking and transportation opportunities, specifically for bicyclists, buses, and pedestrians. one ingersoll business owner i talked to says anything to help small businesses is great. >> it's starting to get more diversified options for all the people that come to the ingersoll area, and it really supports the culture that we like. kim: the city's next big project is going to be the southwest 9th corridor. live in des moines, kim st. onge, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. stacey: commitment 2016 news now. hillary clinton's edge over bernie sanders is shrinking. a new bloomberg/des moines register poll puts sanders within 2 percentage points of clinton. clinton with 42%, sanders with 40%. martin o'malley -- 4%.
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caucus-goers say they're still undecided. the caucuses are now two and a half weeks away. o'malley will be included in the next democratic debate, but it was close. nbc had said in order to participate, candidates would have to average at least 5% support. o'malley has just 4.6% in iowa, but nbc said it would round up his percentage. both hillary clinton and bernie sanders had called on the network to include o'malley in the debate. the candidate is in iowa tonight . he will be at the uaw hall in des moines at 6:45pm. it's part of his martin o'malley unplugged, the new leadership tour. next at 5:00, south carolina showdown. republican presidential hopefuls take the stage tonight. why one candidate says he's boycotting the debate. mark: plus, terror attacks. who's claiming responsibility for coordinated gun and bomb attacks in indonesia. stacey: and later, fowl flight. why this turkey is taking a trip
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you're watching kcci 8 news at cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
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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 is responsible for the content of this message. announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 5:00 with steve karlin, stacey horst, and chief meteorologist john mclaughlin. mark: new video just into the newsroom today. a judge in chicago ordered the release of this video. 17-year-old cedrick chatman was shot and killed by police back in 2013. chatman's family has filed a
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his mother says the video shows chatman was not the aggressor, and that he was shot while he was running away from police. first gop face off of 2016. tonight, republican presidential hopefuls take part in their sixth debate of the campaign season. stacey: but one candidate says he's not going. kcci's aixa diaz is live in washington to explain. aixa: rand paul says he's boycotting tonight's event because he's not invited to the main debate. tonight, seven republican presidential candidates take the prime-time stage in north charleston, south carolina. >> america is always wondering what donald trump will say next, for better or worse. aixa: once again, donald trump enters the debate as the gop front-runner, with ted cruz hot on his heels. >> they are the two leaders and one would expect them to maybe mix it up a little bit more than they have. we've already seen that from trump, not necessarily from cruz. aixa: also invited to the main debate, jeb bush, ben carson, chris christie, john kasich, and
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for memorable performances. >> candidates want to survive for a bit. there is still this feeling among the republicans that donald trump at the very top is going to fall one of these days. sen. paul: i think i have a different voice, a unique voice in the party, and it's a mistake to really not have me in the debate. aixa: rand paul didn't qualify for the prime-time event, like he previously has. and even though he is invited to the earlier debate, with carly fiorina, mike huckabee, and rick santorum, he says he's not going. >> to go and be sent back to the little kids table, which is what is happening to fiorina and now to rand paul, it's devastating. aixa: after tonight, there's still one more gop debate before the caucuses on the first. stacey: and aixa, one of the gop candidates has lost another top adviser. what's the latest with ben carson's campaign? aixa: today, his campaign finance chairman resigned. this comes just weeks after the then-campaign manager and
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carson had a surge in the polls late last year, but his numbers have been going down and they're not as high as they used to be. mark: new at 5:00 president , obama wrapped up his second post state of the union rally earlier today. the commander-in-chief spoke to supporters in louisiana. he talked about the economy, criminal justice reform, and finding a cure for cancer. the president says his biggest regret from his time in office is how polarized politics have become. stacey: isis is claiming responsibility for terror attacks today in indonesia's capital. new video shows the moment two bombs exploded. at least two people were killed, 20 others injured in the coordinated gun and bomb attacks. indonesian police say 5 of the attackers were also killed. prosecutors say an american woman found strangled in italy suffered head injuries. a 27-year-old man from senegal is the suspect in ashley olsen's death.
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analysis. witnesses say olsen left a club last friday with the suspect. three american women on a humanitarian mission to honduras are dead after the bus taking them to the airport crashes. the group from columbia university was preparing to head back to the united states. several other columbia students were also injured in the accident. mark: the best and worst airline ratings for 2015 are out. alaska airlines is number one. virgin america, two. delta coming in at most improved number 3. ,american was at the bottom of the rankings. ratings are based on criteria like on time arrival and baggage handling. the popular eos lip balm is now at the center of a class action lawsuit. a california woman claims the egg shaped lip balm left her with rashes, bleeding and blistering. lawyers say the company's claim that it only uses the best and natural ingredients is not true. eos released a statement saying their products are safe to use
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standards. chipotle has a plan to win back customers give away free food. , sales are down after recent e. cooke -- recent e. coli and nora virus outbreaks. chipotle says it will double the amount of free food it gives away to get customers back in the door. stacey: right now, there's a rare winter hurricane forming far out in the atlantic. u.s. officials say it's the first to form in the month of january since 1938. a hurricane warning has been issued for the azores. the storm is expected to hit there tomorrow morning. mark: highs in the 40's is a little weird, too. jason s: feels lovely. i was out earlier roaming around in gym shorts. as the last day will be able to do that for quite a while. when chills in the mid-20's if you are off to the north. otherwise, low to mid 40's.
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still seeing those clouds fate eastward. we could see a little bit of snow this weekend. you look at what that would do to our temperature. we go down to one degree for a high temperature on sunday. it is going to be an absolutely frigid and to your weekend. if you do have any outdoor plans, you will need to address pretty warm. temperatures sitting in the mid 40's along with a reasonable amount of sunshine. you can see, tomorrow, we are not talking about gaining in warmth. we are going to be losing our heat as we head to the evening tonight and the day tomorrow. could see wind gusts upwards of
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this is the system that is driving that in. we could even see some light snow on the backside of this. the main thing will be that wind, and that will help get our feels like temperatures in the single digits for some. the next system will be making its way from the northwest this weekend. could see a little bit of light snow from that. again, the cold stuff as we head into the weekend. that will have our high temperatures in the single digits for some. we look at the rest of our evening here. futurecast keeps some clouds in the mix and then drives in this -- of snow. i don't think we will see much accumulate out of this at all. just clouds as we head through the day tomorrow.
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see a little bit of snow. some peeks of sunshine to the northwest. we see the wind start to shift tomorrow. northwest, 15-30 miles per hour. you can see that cold air mass. mid-20's for most of us. it is going to be more like mid-teens for feels like temperatures for most of the day. at least it is sunny. a short little arctic dip before we glide back to around freezing on thursday. -- around freezing. stacey: evening commute home shaping up as expected. lots of green up about but signs of slowdown marked in yellow and orange. mark: kcci 8 news is live with new developments right now. here's what we're working on for 6:00.
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is growing concern among the latino community about deportation raids. i'm rose heaphy and i'll tell you what officials are saying. mark: plus, major redevelopment for a popular des moines corridor. the new businesses opening along ingersoll and how plan to attract more people to the area is in the works. america. we will tell you what to expect when the gop presidential candidates take the stage in south carolina. plus, there is a cost to falling oil prices on the national economy. and no one played a villain like him. with veteran stage and movie actor alan an average of ninety people are killed by guns in this country every single day.
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president obama wants to make universal background checks the law of the land. and he wants to make sure gun manufacturers can finally be held accountable when their guns are used to kill our children. it's time to pick a side. either we stand with the gun lobby... ...or we join the president... ...and stand up to them. i'm with him. please join us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. how much internet speed does one family actually need? ballpark.
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i assembled a similar family unit. we have centurylink internet. they offer a range of speeds. for us, 40 megs works great. with that, you can download an hd movie or tv show in minutes and songs in seconds. which is a good thing, because my pretend family is not big on waiting. get up to 40 meg centurylink internet for $20 a month for a year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan. 12 month contract required. speed may not be available in your area. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty...
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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 is responsible for the content of this message. jackpot. stacey: calculating the winnings isn't as easy as dividing it by three.
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three ways is $310 million. then, taxes. mark: the florida and tennessee winners are lucky because their states do not have income tax. they will each take home $187 million after taxes. the california winner will have to fork over another 12.3% for state income tax and he or she will take home $149 million. stacey: by the way, if you were one of the 81 other people who woke up a millionaire this morning, business experts say you need to hire a tax attorney before you do anything else. mark: the oscar nominations are out today, and leonardo dicaprio's latest, "the revenant", leads the pack with 12 nominations. stacey: mad max, fury road earned 10 nominations, and the martian notched seven. rounding out the best picture category, the big short, bridge of spies, brooklyn, room, and
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dicaprio, matt damon, bryan cranston, michael fassbender and eddie redmayne. best actress, cate blanchett, brie larson, jennifer lawrence, and that is a -- i know that name, she was just on colbert. ms. ronan, and charlotte rampling. the winners will be announced february 28. stacey: some sad news to share tonight. british actor alan rickman has died. the 69-year-old had been battling cancer. rickman was known for his roles as professor snape in the harry potter series and hans gruber in "die hard." mark: finally today a turkey , takes flight. kind of. a passenger recently brought a turkey along on a flight as an emotional support animal. take a look at that. a fellow passenger tweeted pictures showing the bird sitting in the cabin. before you cry fowl, apparently any animal can be a service animal, as long as a licensed mental health professional okays
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how do you explain that in the airport? stacey: speaking of birds, take a look. robins. a viewer sent us these pictures she took this morning near marshalltown. they seem to be enjoying our
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as are w jason s: we are on the cool down. thankfully, we start the week off with a little sunshine.
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