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the teens to the northwest. above and below. up, cold night ahead. windchill advisory is out for the northern tier of the state, wake up tomorrow morning. tomorrow. frigid air sticks around, do not have much as far as clouds or snow at the moment. as well. as we head the next 24 hours notice looking at the cold, feels-like temperatures in the single digits below. i will have more on the colder temperatures moving income how cold we will get, and how much snow we could see, coming up shortly. bill: i'll never get over losing her. mark: bill carter told kcci he can't believe his longtime love is gone. 68-year-old shirley carter was killed in her rural lacona home
and now, her family and friends demanding answers. stacey: kcci's ryan smith here to explain how they are seeking justice for shirley. ryan? ryan: seven months later, those closest to shirley can't believe the county has yet to make an arrest. today, dozens gathered to show their support, hoping to spark action in this case. >> justice comes from us, the citizens. ryan: more than 100 people, >> someone is responsible for shirley's death, and that person will not remain beyond the reach of our judicial system. ryan: pressing for answers. dave: it's just as if the judicial system had come to a screeching halt. julie: the big thing is, i just want to see justice. ryan: justice -- the arrest, prosecution, and conviction of whoever killed shirley carter. she was found in her marion county home, shot to death, june 19. bill: he needs to pay for what he did. he needs to pay. ryan: shirley's husband, bill carter, recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against jason carter, claiming the
crime. dave: i don't think she had an enemy in the world. she was just a great all-around girl. she made me filled with joy. ryan: with a prayer and plenty of hugs and support -- julie: she's smiling with all her heart, she really is. ryan: friends and family are pushing forward, hoping to spur action in this marion county case. matt: there's a sense of disappointment. there's almost a sense that the system is forgetting shirley, and that's what we don't want to have happen. that she is an important person to so many people, and this can't just be kind of lost and disappear. it has to be dealt with. ryan: and i asked the marion county attorney, in person, today for comment. he refused, stating it is an ongoing investigation. meantime, marion county sheriff's office also not commenting tonight. stacey? stacey: commitment 2016 news tonight. republican presidential candidate ted cruz speaking out, after coming under fire for
york values." when cruz was asked if he was sorry for those remarks, this is what he said. sen. ted cruz: i apologize to the millions of new yorkers who have been let down by liberal politicians in that state. they are fed up with policies that don't fight for the working men and women of this country. but instead, further the elite liberal views that have taken this country down a path that is not working. stacey: cruz's "new york values" comment has also made the texas senator an enemy of the "new york daily news." the newspaper told cruz, in the headline of its front page, to quote "drop dead, ted." mark: donald trump hit the campaign trail hard this morning in iowa. after an appearance on msnbc's "morning joe" at java joe's, downtown, trump stopped then in urbandale. at living history farms, more than 100 packed in to listen and ask trump questions.
attendance numbers will translate on caucus night, despite what analysts are saying. donald: actually, i have a feeling we're leading in all the polls. i have a feeling that we're actually going to do better than the polls are saying. because there is a movement. this is actually a movement. mark: former president bill clinton back in the state, campaigning for his wife. he made a stop at marshalltown community college, where he spoke to a large crowd. clinton says americans have to stop the repeal of president barack obama's progress. clinton says iowans should caucus for hillary clinton, because she will keep americans safe. he did not mention senator it was no contest. bill clinton: it is not close. who would be the best commander in chief? it is not close. who is the best change agent, when it comes to economic and social progress? it is not close. who has demonstrated the toughness to preserve our constitution, to preserve our basic liberties? stacey: hillary clinton's biggest rival, senator bernie
this weekend. appearing on kcci 8 news "close up," sanders says his college tuition plan should change the way we think about public education. sen. bernie sanders: a college degree today is equivalent to what a high school degree was 50 years ago, in terms of opening the door to decent paying jobs. so, i think when we talk about public education, you have to expand that concept to public colleges and universities. stacey: make sure to tune in this sunday for the full interview on kcci 8 news "close up," right after "face the nation." also sunday, sanders will face-off with hillary clinton and martin o'malley on the debate stage for the fourth time. this one in charleston, south carolina. you can watch it just before 8 p.m. on nbc. mark: new tonight, governor terry branstad says he thinks bernie sanders will be one to watch on caucus night. branstad sat down for an interview with cnn. he says he's also watching his fellow republicans very closely. gov. terry branstad: i think on the democratic side, i think sanders has real momentum.
know, cruz was ahead. but his stand on renewable fuels, i think, could really hurt him here. mark: branstad did go on to say that he does think senator cruz has the best ground game right now in iowa. stacey: right now at 10:00, the search continues for 12 military personnel, who went missing after two marine helicopters collided in hawaii. the u.s. coast guard is leading a massive search, with the help of the navy and air force. the helicopters that crashed were with a marine heavy helicopter squadron from marine corps base hawaii. this crash comes less than a year after a new, hybrid airplane-helicopter crashed and killed two marines during a training exercise last may. new tonight, a water crisis in flint, michigan that has already had deadly effects. mark: michigan's governor is asking for a federal disaster declaration, but residents have their own demands. adriana diaz is there. adriana: flint residents stormed the state capitol this week, calling for the resignation of
their drinking water is contaminated with lead. the problems began after the city switched its water supply to the flint river, in the spring of 2014. the corrosive water stripped lead from pipes, and children in the city were found with high levels of lead in their blood. the city has changed its water source. but environmentalists say water coming out of faucets in flint is still unsafe. now, health officials are investigating a spike in legionnaires' disease. there have been 87 cases of the pneumonia-like disease since the water switch, and 10 people have died. including troy kidd's mother, debbie, who died in august. troy: did she die because someone didn't want to say, hey, the water might be bad? adriana: dr. marc edwards of virginia tech has been studying flint's water. dr. edwards: if, indeed, it is true, that this can be linked to the water system, there is a
unfortunately, people will have died because of this decision. adriana: fema says they'll respond to the governor's emergency request as early as this weekend. the move would unlock federal funds to repair flint's water system and help residents. adriana diaz, cbs news, flint, michigan. mark: the national guard began giving out bottled water to residents this week. stacey: looking ahead, sean penn tells sits down with "60 minutes" and charlie rose to talk about his october interview with joaquin "el chapo" guzman. guzman is believed to be responsible for as many as 34,000 deaths. officials say his cartel is the number one supplier of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana to the u.s. penn says he does not believe his interview with "el chapo" led to the drug lord's capture. charlie: do you believe that the mexican government released this, in part, because they wanted to see you blamed and to put you at risk?
charlie: they wanted to encourage the cartel, to put you in their crosshairs? sean: yes. charlie: are you fearful for your life? sean: no. stacey: hear why penn says the focus of his meeting with guzman failed. watch the full interview on "60 minutes" sunday, right here on kcci. mark: "swirl" -- it's the new attraction in downtown des moines. we'll show you what makes the newest public art installation so special. stacey: it's cold and about to get a whole lot colder. how iowans who know what to expect are helping out of
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news at 10:00 with steve karlin, stacey horst, chief meteorologist john mclaughlin, and sports director andy garman. stacey: downtown has a new attraction. and the folks at des moines performing arts gave kcci a sneak peak tonight. this is "swirl" -- an illuminated led light sculpture that will be the centerpiece of the newly renovated cowles commons. it was created by an artist in
it stands 28 feet tall and 94 feet wide. as you can see, the lights integrate video of people running in the des moines marathon. and this will be on every night. jeff: the pixels are far apart from each other. and so, to really enjoy, you have to be at a distance from the piece. it's magnificent and will really draw people downtown. stacey: we are told "swirl" will be fully functional by the end of the weekend. mark: not a lot of people out looking at "swirl" tonight. because no one wanted to stop. it was too cold. and a lot of visitors are in town right now, about to get a taste of even colder temperatures. the downtown marriott is the hive, where visiting media, campaign workers, and folks like patti gregory buzz while they're in town. those are the winter shoes? patti: those are my winter shoes. they're suede. that's my winter shoe.
mark: patti doesn't have the iowa wardrobe, or attitude, for this incoming deep freeze. patti: yeah, there's supposed to like a minus or 1. so, no, there is no preparation for this texas gal. anything to do with a minus anything. mark: jeff mcmahon moved here from d.c. nine months ago. jeff: negative? like, negative 14? mark: something like that. jeff: i might be wrong. mark: they'll be nothing positive about it. jeff: no, there won't be anything positive about it. mark: the owner of aimee in east village has been outfitting unprepared out of towners for 12 years. she can spot a big city visitor the moment they step in. >> you can tell when people are leisure and taking a break from something. and when we say hi, welcome? they're like, oh, might not be used to that hi, welcome in. mark: she just helped outfit the lead in the broadway musical "newsies," playing at the civic center. we saw these two cast members,
weeks ago. this cnn photographer here, covering the run-up to the caucuses, said he had to go to rei in west des moines to buy weekend. welcome to iowa. >> i will be out playing in the cold, just to see what it's like -- for a couple seconds. mark: jason, they are ready. some of them are very read y. jason: if you are not from here, it will catch you off guard. in the teens below for air temperatures for some of us. take a look at the past 10 or 11 season, see the coldest air that we have had. the coldest we have seen in the metro year from december, january, february goes back to 2009 at 19 below. you can see every year we notched a pretty good arctic spell. that will continue for the next
absolutely frigid. right now, wind chills approaching that 11 below for webster city, three below for ames, zero in audubon. even with the cold weather, continuing to get these beautiful pictures in -- a beautiful sunset out there. apparently, it is the grain stac ks. don't know where that is exactly, thank you for sending that in. a look at downtown right now, absolutely beautiful, but we do have one degree for the windchill. not a night to take a stroll or anything like that. the arctic air all the way back to montana, continuing to push to the south over the next few days. likely to see that wind chill advisory expanded southward, really through monday morning or so. we do not feel above zero at all tomorrow. we are at least in the single digits below, along with cloud cover, so that will not help us
we top out at 13 for the high. looking at what we can expect for the windchill, the next couple of days, you can see tomorrow will be the coldest of the cold to the northwest. by all accounts, cold across the entire state. and we notch up to six below for the high with the windchill, and looking at sunday morning, it is even colder. boarding on 35 below, extreme northwestern portions, you can even see sunday afternoon -- still talking cold. monday morning looking just as cold, as well. please, please bundle up to kick off the work week. could start the day off with sunshine. that is a positive. we do drag in clouds and some snow into the overnight, not talking anything big as far as accumulation. could see around an inch or two in southwestern locations of the state. otherwise, and the metro, expect
than that if we get caught up in snow. not looking at too much. futurecast agreeing with that assessment off to the south there. so we have snow, cold, it is winter. what is not to love? besides the cold. five is what we are seeing for the low, up to 13 tomorrow, along with that windchill. feeling like single digits below all night long, cold air off to the north is zero. we get that ourselves, sunshine along with a criminal we finally warm to shake the frosty's off next week.
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southeast polk and valley boys, we checked out with southeast running early on. valley trying to come back, the rams working the long-distance. they would continue to pour on the offense. valley inches back in inside. they win 74-50. that is a final in that matchup. more boys hoops, hoover and roosevelt in a tight one at roosevelt high school. nice work inside, and that is the bucket for the team. hoover's kenny quinn drops the three. hoover wins, 59-58. the hawks had trouble keeping
dowling was up 7-4 early. ankeny cuts the dowling lead to just two points. conor riordan dives on the floor. giving it to joel roberts' lay in. ankeny was down one point. 57-59 the final in that would. one more boys game tonight, urbandale at home against the mason city mohawks. mason city's tyler toebe, knocks down the jumper. and his hair is perfect. mason city with a great start. nice passing inside to trevor miller for the bucket. watch this passing, chancellor house with a move looking nimble.
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banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
andy: welcome back to friday night hoops. let us get to girls basketball. our game of
the week looked great on paper out at southeast polk, the rams taking on valley. tony seeman's shows us. tony: the best teams, this is really awkward. let us role the highlights. two teams the know-how to score, know how to put up a three. the deep three keeps the tigers in it. the senior dropping threes to grow the rams' lead. the player of the game, casey stewart, she could not miss you jihad a game-high 35. >> when she attacks hard, you can finish really well.
in we came together and got the right. for our team. it really helped our game. tony: the squirrel abides. tony seeman, kcci,
iowa's sports leader. andy: johnson trying to get back on track, amara lipsey for three. ames lighting up the scoreboard early. rachel hinders answers with a three of her own. lipsey again, mid-range this time. back-and-forth they went. we don't have a final score called in yet. we hope to get it before the show is over. if you know, give us a call. our final stop tonight, the kids having some fun watching ankeny and dowling. watching one of the state's bets player. becca hittner, crossover and mid-range jumper.
three? hittner, layup in transition. draws some contact, no foul called. dowling goes on to win comfortably. drake and northern iowa both get big wins, the bulldogs beating indiana state. state, they will play the opposite opponent on sunday. iowa energy get the win in the pro wrestling, knocking off the and rapids team. but the of college basketball to get to tomorrow. the cyclone men at kansas state. 3:00. also at 3:00, northern iowa hosting loyola. the hawkeye women play at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon, visiting michigan state live on btn.
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that tomorrow, single digits for wind chills all day long. especially off to the northwest, you will see when chills as you wake up likely in the 20-30 below category. it will stick with us
for a few days in a road year. topping out at zero on sunday, we get sunshine and the morning monday morning is even colder yet area all of that dangerous cold. but we do recover. chances for little bit of snow, couple of and there. mark: the recovery -- jason: it will feel nice. shorts weather.