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kcci 8 news at noon is >> the most watched news at noon in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at noon. >> great to be here. kim: hours after the latest republican debate, donald trump is back in iowa. and back on the stump as polls show him neck and neck with ted good afternoon. i'm kim st. onge. trump was up early this morning coffee shop. reporter: here at living history
minutes and most of that time was spent taking questions from the audience. a crowd of sales of small area and several dozen people were waiting outside in my at seven about this morning just to get in. he told the crowd he believes that a crowd this size will translate to people at the caucus, something analysts have questioned. trump said he's tired of the stupidity of nations leaders. like at the debate last night, he again reiterated his response to south carolina governor that he is indeed angry. >> i am angry. at him angry at stupidity. i angry at in confidence. i am angry when china is making $500 billion a year and sucking our jobs and sucking our money out of our country. reporter: he is next expected to be in winterset on the 19th. to. caucus-goers thought about
kim: polls this week show trump neck and neck with ted cruz. the quinnipiac poll of likely gop caucus goers shows donald trump leading with 31%. ted cruz has 29%. but with a margin of error of 4%, the race is a dead-heat. a des moines register poll also released this week flip flops the order. but also shows the two in a very tight race. trump not the only gop candidate to hit the campaign trail after last night debate. as craig boswell last night's debate turned into a slugfest for the front runners. reporter: donald trump is fresh of what many are calling his best debate performance yet. >> all the different online polls, i-20 debate by a lot. i look at that. how do i do? i checked the only polls. reporter: he spent most the debate taking on ted cruz and are doing with texas senator is
in canada. >> there are other attorneys that feel in very fine constitutional jurists that feel because he was not born on the land, he cannot run for office. >> the values in new york city are socially liberal, pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, media. reporter: this is the first time other in a debate. >> it is such a shame when friendships go bad. reporter: john dickerson says the new york of use -- values was aimed at a group of voters. >> he is talking to evangelicals one of you. that is quite effective to so those kinds of seeds of doubt. >> i know you have a lot of good choices, but no one running for president feelings -- feels more dream that i do. reporter: marco rubio hoped to
new hampshire. kim: rand paul did not make it onto last night's main debate because of low poll numbers. he refused to take part in what's called the undercard debate. instead he held a question and answer session on twitter, which could be seen live on the periscope app. jeb bush, who was at last night's debate, received an endorsement from a former opponent. senator lindsey graham this morning threw his support behind jeb bush. graham says bush is the best qualified of the candidates. graham is a senator from south carolina one of the early primary states. graham dropped his own campaign for president last month after gathering little support in the polls. iowa congressman steve king coming under fire from members of his own party for comments he made about south carolina governor nikki haley after her rebuttal to the state of the union address. king told the associated press haley wasn't a principled conservative. but that, quote, "i think she's
she's the face of the party." congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers, chairperson of the republican conference, responded to the comment. saying haley should be judged on her abilities, not her looks. stocks taking a hugh dive since the opening bell this morning. the dow is down over 400 points. the reason -- falling oil prices. the price of a barrel of oil also dropping below $30. wal-mart says it's closing 269 of its stores. the closings will be at stores in the united states and in brazil most of the u.s. closings will be at smaller stores called wal-mart express. 16,000 workers will be affected. the closings come as wal-mart faces tougher competition from online retailer amazon. chipotle says it's closing all of its 1900 restaurants nationwide for one day to hold staff meetings about food
chipotle has been the focus of a series of disease outbreaks over the last year including e-coli, salmonella and norovirus. we hope you were able to get outside and enjoy yesterday's warm weather because it looks like it's going to be over for a while. jason: some of us already feeling temperatures below zero. that. double digits. otherwise we continue to see the remainder of the day. this weekend looking positively arctic. some of us might not see high temperatures above 0. look at the winds. no surprises why they knock down the field like temperature so much. teens the low 20's. we see gusts into the 30's. the rest of the day and eventually we will see a little bit of snow this weekend. morning hours today.
this will continue to shift eastward. he will mainly be back with clouds. don't be surprised if you see a lingering snowflake. at 9:00 we are down to 13 degrees in some of us looking at actual air temperatures below zero for highs this weekend. i will break out how much snow you can expect coming up soon. kim: the iowa department of cultural affairs giving more than $12,000 to research an old stagecoach stopover from the 1850's in bouton. archeologists will examine an 11-acre area that once served as a stagecoach stopover, but later dancing, drinking and even horse racing. bids for the survey of the site will go out later this year. new at noon, students at samuelson elementary school in des moines spent 30 minutes in the hallway. it was part of an annual tribute there to honor dr. martin luther king jr. students walked along classrooms as they recreated the march from selma to birmingham. they then stood in silence as
a music number soon followed periods -- followed. . students sang "we shall overcome" while holding hands. faculty says that they hope the message in the lyrics resonates with the students. >> it is such an important part of our history and where we are today as americans. kim: this tradition was held at -- for years at moore elementary and carried over to singleton elementary in 2008. actor sean penn tells cbs news's charlie rose he doesn't believe his interview with the drug lord "el chapo" lead to his arrest last week. but as kenneth craig shows us penn says the mexican government may have their own reasons why they want el chapo to believe that he did. >> there is this myth about the visit we made. reporter: sean penn tells 60 minutes's charlie rose he does not believe his october interview with el chapo led to the drug lord's capture last
>> as far as you know you had nothing to do with his recapture? >> the mexican government, they were clearly humiliated by the notion that someone found him before they did. nobody found him before they did. we are not smarter than the dea or the mexican intelligence. we had a contact upon which we were able to so celebrate -- facilitate an invitation. reporter: he escaped a maximum security prison last july by crawling through a hole in his shower in a mile-long tunnel 30 feet underground. he is believed to responsible for as many as 34,000 deaths. officials say his cartel is the number one supplier of heroine, cocaine and marijuana to the u.s. >> do you believe the mexican government released this in part
blamed and it put you at risk? >> yes. >> they wanted to encourage the cartel to put you in their crosshairs? >> yes. >> are you fearful for your life? >> no. reporter: he says the focus of the meeting with guzman meets his article, which was supposed to bring attention to the war on drugs, has failed. kenneth greg, cbs news, new york. kim: you can see the rest of the interview this sunday on 60 minutes. minnesota viking's kicker blair walsh has been kicked around a lot himself lately after missing a crucial field goal that cost his team a chance at the super bowl. how an elementary school's class project is giving him a boost. and he once fought bad guys on tv's "power rangers." now why prosecutors say this
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declare a water crisis in flint. high lead levels in the water forced the governor to declare a state of emergency last week. but flint residents have been complaining about high lead levels for a year. the u.s. justice department is also investigating michigan's handling of flint's water problems. an actor from the kids show "power rangers" now faces murder charges. los angeles police arrested ricardo medina yesterday. medina allegedly stabbed joshua sutter several times nearly a year ago at their home north of los angeles. authorities say after the attack, he called 911 and waited for police to come. medina played the red lion wild force ranger on "power rangers wild force" in 2002. minnesota vikings field goal kicker blair walsh has been taking a lot of grief after missing a 27-yard field goal that would have kept the viking's super bowl hopes alive. now, as don champion shows us, students at one elementary
keep walsh's spirits up. >> and the kick is no good. reporter: for vikings fans, blair walsh's field goal still stings. >> i'll take the blame because i deserve every second of it. reporter: flashbacks of his season ending blunder have been stride. >> yesterday was not what i wanted. reporter: while he is still taking the heat, thursday he got some support from the youngest of fans. >> that cheered me up a lot. reporter: he visited first-graders just outside of minneapolis. earlier this week after his missed kick the students wrote him letters of sympathy and encouragement. >> dear blair, i feel bad for you. >> you are so good at football. >> you are still number one.
empathy were not lost on walsh. he said he had to return the favor. >> thank you very much for all the letters you wrote and the card. it was very touching to me. it says a lot about you guys that you are willing to do that. >> i think it is pretty cool that a famous ashley -- ashley is in our school. reporter: he signed autographs and left with a life lesson for us all. >> keep on trying. we love you. reporter: don champion, cbs news. kim: he plans to keep all those cards and letters that the students sent to him. if you've been outside, you know our relative heat wave is definitely over and now central iowa this back into the deep freeze. jason is here with a frigid forecast to jason: we all knew it cannot last forever. it was nice while it lasted. when chills in some spots below zero already.
state are -2, otherwise a smattering of single digits of the state. climbing into the upper 20's in the 30's of miles per hour plummet. that will be good enough as we head into the weekend for a wind chill advisory. this goes back tomorrow morning. 3:00 to around noon. we can see the windchill chopping to 20 below and assault the coldest we could see all we can long. that will be coming sunday morning into monday. frigid temperatures will be the out. this is the warmest we will feel in a few days at 22 degrees, i feel like temperature of 7 will be some of the warmest air we feel. here is how the next 24 hours shakeup. we continue to ride the slide. 7 is what we are dropping to buy 6:00 in the morning. you can see past 6:00 the feel like temperature is near or below zero as it will be for
please bundle up if you have any weekend plans outside. know that as far as snow goes not. a lot in the next we had a brief dash that pushed through but another system will be pushing through saturday evening into sunday. that could bring this one or two inches of snow in some spots. you can see that working in the midst off to the west. that will be pushing our direction. as it does so increasing our chances for snow mainly late into the evening on saturday and early morning on sunday. before that not bad. we kick out the flurries and we could bring in a little bit of sunshine. the day not starting bad. you can see the snow trying to make its way in from the west. mainly going to be impacting southwestern portions and central portions of the state as it pushes on through. as quickly as it makes its way in, it shows off. with that fresh coating of snow we will see temperatures take a dive about the day on sunday.
we could see a brief smattering, nh inch or two likely for southwestern portions of the state. either way it's going to be cold. 26 today. down to five degrees along with a cold wind pushing and from the northwest. you can see that impacting the temperatures off to the northwest as we sit in the low to mid 20's for highs today. we take that down to the to sag on sunday. -- deuce ag -- goose egg on sunday. 0 on sunday and 9 on monday. we are climbing out of the freezer in close to average by tuesday. kim: a good reminder to bring the pets inside we have lows in the negatives. jason: when chills of 30 and 40 below in some spots. kim: still to come, if you're looking for a job, we'll have everything you need to know
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to talk about a non--- is mike, the director of public safety for unity point health. thank you for being here. tell us about this career fair in what you are talking about when you say nonclinical. guest: i appreciate coming here in speaking on behalf of unity point. when we talk about nonclinical, we are looking at the service industry side of the hospital. food service or environmental services that support our clinical folks. kim: how will this work? guest: if they're interested in coming, we want to do a hands on approach with everybody. give them an opportunity to see and feel what it's like to be at the hospital. directly medication with the folks that are managing those departments. they can see what opportunities are available and how they can get involved. kim: people will be doing an interview right there at the career fair? guest: absolutely. a hands-on interview right there on the spot. kim: dimensions some nonclinical
that might be one of the positions you are interested in hiring? guest: absolutely. play about a variety of areas you are looking for. food service one of them, environmental services, public safety which ensures the safety of the hospital, response to emergencies. we have patient escort. plamnn ops and facilities and keeps it operating in the supply chain areas are also looking for additional manpower. kim: what should people bring with them as far as any documents? guest: a resume would be great. a photo id. anything that would be helpful for the interview process. if you have specific certifications that would be valuable for that particular position, we would be happy to take a look at those. bring as much documentation wiki was possible that would be beneficial for the interview process. kim: there will be people on siphons this career fair who could help people sort all this out? guest: absolutely. we will have members from each of the management team areas available.
we have computer classroom available so folks that are intersecting go right to the computer and apply online. if they need any assistance, we are there to help them and support them through the process. kim: player semis positions so important to making sure that a care facility run smoothly? guest: our nurses and doctors, they take care of the patients. we need to take care of them. in order to that -- do that we need to make sure that the basic requirements for the job. a clean room, safe area, equipment has to work. all those things are critical to health care to make sure he best possible patient care available in des moines. kim: if people are interested, where do they need to go and when? guest: it's going to be 6:30 p.m. iowa methodist medical center.
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