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weeks out from caucuses. weija: frontrunner donald trump brought his birther argument against his closest rival to center stage in a debate on the fox business network. trump claims ted cruz isn't qualified to run because he was born to a u.s. citizen on canadian soil. >> why are you raising this issue now? doing a little bit better. no, i didn't care before. sen. cruz: i spent my career defending the u.s. constitution, i'm not gonna be taking legal advice from donald trump. metinka: --weija: but trump made no apologies for his tone , reubuffing criticism from the gop and south carolina governor nikki haley. cruz also took heat for failing to disclose a million dollar loan from goldman sachs used to finance his 2012 senate campaign. sen. cruz: i made a paperwork error in disclosing it on one piece of paper instead of the other.
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mr. bush: if she gets elected, her first 100 days, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. mark: closer to home, kcci's vanessa peng has reaction from tonight's debate. vanessa: hey guys, we may be miles away from south carolina, but here in des moines, we found a spot at the flix brewhouse, an auditorium filled with nearly marco rubio supporters watching 100 the debate unfold. they spent the night cheering on marco rubio when he had the microphone. iowans say even though this is the sixth republican debate, with the iowa caucus less than a month away, they are paying attention. >> we are the first state to have a caucus, number one. and number two, it's important that we as a nation get to know the candidates and hear what they're saying.
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pony show in the past. i think neil, they both done a good job of preparing the right questions for each candidate and right now, the focus is on beating hillary. vanessa: and guess what? the next republican debate will be here in town in des moines on january 28. that's a thursday, just a few days before the caucus. in des moines, vanessa peng, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. mark: also on the debate trail donald trump has an early , morning planned here in des moines. he'll be downtown to appear live on msnbc's morning joe at java joe's downtown at 5:00 a.m. then, he'll head to living history farms in urbandale for a rally. it's set to start at 9:30. kcci will be there. follow kcci.com and get our mobile app for live coverage. stacey: on the democratic side, more polls show a very tight race. a new bloomberg/des moines register poll puts bernie sanders within 2 percentage
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clinton with 42%, sanders with 40%. 14% of likely democratic caucus-goers say they're still undecided. before that poll came out, sanders stopped by kcci. we asked the vermont senator about the race and hillary clinton's attack on what he calls his common sense gun reform. it's a criticism sanders told us had no merit. sen. sanders: since i've been in the congress, i have voted for strong instant background checks, which i think that is key. the bottom line is, people who should not have guns because of criminal backgrounds or mental health issues, we have to make sure those guns don't fall into those hands. stacey: you can catch the entire interview with vermont senator bernie sanders sunday morning at 10:30, right after face the nation. meantime, clinton's campaign is taking steps to surge past sanders. they brought in the governor from sanders' home state to stump for clinton in the hawkeye state.
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crowd of about 100 at the ankeny democrats' winter banquet. he said has a good relationship with senator sanders but thinks hillary clinton is more the more experienced candidate for the job. mark: new at 10:00 a decision by , the anglican church is now impacting thousands of episcopalians in central iowa. kcci's ryan smith live tonight outside st. paul's cathedral in downtown des moines to explain. ryan: the episcopal church facing a suspension tonight for its stance on same-sex marriage. iowa's bishop telling me it means real pain for many church -- for many of the church's local members. in june, episcopalians voted to change church law, allowing same-sex marriage. today the anglican communion in , england handing down a suspension in response. >> continual pain for those who are gay and lesbian, especially those who members of our church but those in the community at , large and how much more do
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discrimination. ryan: for 3 years, the episcopal church will not be allowed to participate in many internal decisions or represent anglicans in meetings with other faith-based groups. >> for example, our conversation with the roman-catholic church, they don't want an episcopal member, any episcopal memebrs -- up eskimo members would probably be removed or step down for 3 years. ryan: the episcopal church is largely known as the u.s. branch of the anglican communion, which dates back to the church of england. iowa bishop allen scarfe reacting to the suspension tonight, saying they have been down this road before. >> we are one. we are and we have to work out one these differences of engangement of culture. ryan: bishop scarfe says the church and its 9000 statewide members overwhelmingly support equal marriage rights. live downtown tonight, ryan smith, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader.
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tomorrow for shirley carter. she is the 68-year-old who was found shot to death in her rural lacona home last june. last week, her husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the couple's son billy. law enforcement officials have not charged him in the murder. their investigation does continue, however. the event tomorrow begins at 3:00 p.m. at the marion county courthouse. stacey: right now, latinos throughout iowa say they're growing more concerned about possible deportation rates. this all comes after a recent nationwide operation. agents arrested 121 people. ice officials say no one was arrested in iowa. community members in des moines say they've seen more agents in the area. >> could you imagine leaving every single day at your house and not knowing if you're going to see your parents again? stacey: advocates with the aclu say people should inform themselves of their rights. mark: taking a live look outside tonight at the end of a
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jason, a big change coming overnight. jason s: it had to come eventually. we are still in the mental -- in the middle of winter. highs in some spots in the 50's. you can see some of that cooler air trying to make its way in. otherwise, still in the low to mid 30's across a good portion of the state. not giving this up with a little bit of a fight. we will eventually start to bring in the eventually cooler air. it sure did put on a show out there. the shot from zach as he made his way. we have a couple of more of the -- a couple more of those up on
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i will have more on just how cold we will get and when you can expect snow. mark: a waukee high school student's suicide this week is sparking concerns for parents across central iowa. drew lienemann was a straight-a student and captain of the football team. his parents told us yesterday they didn't know anything was wrong. that's why psychologists say it's important to be on the lookout for warning signs of depression in teenagers. >> irritability. -- >> it might not look like can't get out of bad, sad, but it might look more like, often irritable, or just any little thing might set them off. mark: other signs include changes in sleeping and eating patterns, declining grades, loss of interest in things like school, work, or hobbies and withdrawal from family and friends. the des moines pastoral counseling center is now offering suicide prevention training in the metro. you can learn more and register
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stacey: still no word tonight on who holds the 3 winning tickets from last night's $1.5 billion powerball drawing. a california 7-eleven sold one of the 3 winners. the other two were sold in florida and tennessee. wednesday's numbers also produced eight $2 million winners and 73 $1 million winners across the country, including one 2 million dollar winner here in iowa. >> the car was just too small to hold our excitement. we jumped out and we were just hugging each other and we were the happiest couple in the world. stacey: 23-year-old bryon stewart bought that ticket in onawa. it matched the first 5 numbers but missed the powerball. stewart works as a security officer for a casino. he bought three tickets for last night's drawing. mark: nearly two years after a fire destroyed the old younkers building downtown, crews are back to work on the renovation project. the business record reporting tonight the company doing the $20 million renovation, blackbird investments, has
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site. when that's done, the weitz company will begin construction, including a restoration of the historic younkers tea room. vietnamese restaurant a dong also closed by fire, will not re-open saturday like the owners planned. on twitter today, the restaurant owners announcing they are still waiting for final inspections and approval by city and fire inspectors. fire destroyed the vietnamese restaurant at 15th and high last august. stacey: next at 10:00 canine , concerns. the illness worrying veterinarians and pet owners across the country. what you need to know. mark: always on the move. this minnesota man is an old hand at moving snow. why people across the country are calling him an inspiration. stacey: special bond. actor daniel radcliffe remembers
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potter actor, alan rickman. (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (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. announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with steve karlin, stacey horst, chief meteorologist john mclaughlin, and sports director
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mark: we are following a developing story in japan tonight. right now, rescue officials say at least 14 people were killed , another 27 injured, when a ski tour bus crashed in central japan. the bus was carrying 41 people, including two drivers who were taking turns driving, when it crashed. no word on a cause. right now, the united states is condemning thursday's terrorist attack in jakarta, indonesia, offering full support as the government works to bring those responsible to justice. two people died, 20 were hurt in the attack. isis has claimed responsibility. five attackers were also killed. stacey: a health alert for your pups tonight. a dangerous new illness is worrying veterinarians and pet owners across the country. thousands of dogs have been infected with the dog flu. the most recent outbreak happening near seattle. cases first emerged last march in chicago and spread quickly. about 2000 dogs in 24 states
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>> if your dog doesn't eat well, misses a meal, if you see coughing, if you see lethargy, just being tired, moping around, it could be a sign of a fever. if you see that, give your local veterinarian a call and schedule an appointment, because they'll need to get on some special medications for it. stacey: a vaccine for the dog flu was made available in november. veterinarians say the disease is rarely fatal. people cannot contract the virus, but they can give it to a healthy pet after spending time with a sick pet. mark: new at 10:00 snow storms , are nothing for this 101-year-old great grandfather. this video of richard mann shoveling snow outside of his neighbor's home in minneapolis has gone viral. some are calling mann an inspiration but he says he's just doing what he was taught helping others without expecting anything in return.
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clean living, wine, and bacon and eggs. i think that cold in minnesota preserves you. jason s: it does. but the bacon? i'm going to live forever, you know how much bacon i eat? you have to be tons of bacon to at least say warm. low to mid 30's for your feels like temperatures to the southeast. northwest in the teens. a little chilly, but not quite as chile as it is going to get. we are dropping big-time. could see some locations below zero for high temperatures on sunday. at least we do warm up after that. riding the roller coaster down through sunday. we do have a chance for some snow overnight tonight and then
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a brief smattering of stuff in southeastern south dakota. that will give us a light dusting. we write about on par with what we should be for this time of the year. if you're wondering how much we usually have left after today -- we have a ways to go. thankfully, a nice little vacation from it today. sadly, tomorrow not quite making it. temperatures dropping as we head throughout the day. when chills in the single digits by 10:00 a.m.. you can see this system trying to drag in that light snow and is really starting to dry out
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as the system continues to push eastward, we do continue to see that dry out, but we could see light snow. the next system continues to form. that could bring us some accumulating snow. if you're hoping for a little bit more snow, it is not too far away. punching down that very frigid air. in the single digits above and below zero for high-temperature's. you can see some spots clearing out as we get throughout the day tomorrow. after that, we do start to bring in that next batch for a little bit of snow as we head into saturday evening and sunday. only around an inch or two, but it will make those roads slick again. may 20 tonight, that is what we
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continuing to pull in that chilly air. on sunday, we get the sun to go along with it. we are back up into the low 30's by the end of next week. stacey: karaoke with adele. her spin on a 90's mega hit, next.eric: up and down, up and down, the temps this winter are trouble for your pipes. what you need to do to keep them from freezing before those frigid temps arrive this weekend. plus, 3 apps that will help make 2016 your healthiest and best
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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. mark: new reaction tonight to the death of actor alan rickman. he played professor snape in all 8 of the original "harry potter" films. stacey: harry potter himself, actor daniel radcliffe, wrote a touching tribute to rickman on social media today. it reads in part "alan rickman , is undoubtedly one of the greatest actors i will ever work with. he was so encouraging of me both on set and in the years post-potter.
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everything i ever did on stage, both in london and new york. i know other people who've been friends with him for much longer than i have, and they all say, if you call alan, it doesn't matter where in the world he is or how busy he is with what he's doing, he'll get back to you within a day." mark: "harry potter" creator j.k rowling also tweeting tonight, "there are no words to express how shocked and devastated i am to hear of alan rickman's death. he was a magnificent actor and a wonderful man." rickman was 69-years-old. he had been battling cancer. stacey: still trending tonight, adele's carpool karaoke segment on last night's "late late show with james corden." mark: they sang along to her songs "hello" and "rolling in the deep." adele even rapped a nicki minaj verse. stacey: but here's the song
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mark: you can always catch "the late late show with james corden" right here on kcci after "the late show with stephen colbert."
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stacey: announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. andy: one of the most emotional, most memorable games in iowa basketball history happened in east lansing, michigan. 1993, just days after hawkeye junior forward chris street died in a car accident iowa went up , and beat the spartans on their home court in overtime. in the 22 years since, iowa was 0-18 interest to the inside of michigan. tonight, that streak ended. they were red-hot to start the game. the hawkeyes poured in nine first half three-pointers,
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peter jok had 19 the first half. this was the punctuation point of the first half. jok ahead of the pack and two-handed dunks it home. second half, more iowa. 15 points, 10 rebounds. mike gesell showing the hawks can get to the rim as well. he was great down the stretch. 76-59, getting the season sweep of the spartans. >> equity tries to all those things together, and it is rare you can do those things in every game. >> we are 4-0, and that is terrific.
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it is great to be on the road and win. in terms of rpi, and things like that. but it makes the next one tough. andy: they will be playing tough on sunday when the hawkeyes play host to michigan. the wolverines just beat number five maryland at home and now they are coming to iowa city. iowa energy get a great win tonight. tonight, 20 points, 14 rebounds and the game-winning dunk as the energy knockoff sioux falls 101-99. tomorrow night's pro wrestling night with the iowa energy. the dealing team found one of the best spokesmen they could find. and in color tomorrow night with
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andy: doesn't get better than rick flair. the house today. if you want to go and see the nature boy in living color, you can check him out at the arena tomorrow. there are $100 the ip tickets still available for meet and greets. the game. if you go wearing a robe, it is 50% off your game tickets. >> i retired in 2008. the next day i went, something i've been doing for 43 years. a really tough adjustments. andy: pro wrestling night tomorrow night at 7:00 at the
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i have interviewed several pro wrestlers and these guys always have a look on their face of, "i can't believe this is my life." he knows what a great life he has. he turned his back and i saw the chair. mark: nature boy probably would have appreciated the love tap. 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.
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