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data rich sarah palin: when you ready for commander-in-chief will let all warriors do their job and go kick isis ask? anchor: the former alaska governor says she is in it to win it with donald trump. anchor: the rumors of her endorsement turned into a university. >> donald trump had three appearances today alone. be here. >> sarah palin's back. the 2008 vice presidential endorse donald trump. around the world. just the effect she end of the
sarah palin: look back there at the press box. media cards are spinning. this is going to be so much fun. >> palin spent on this as much time on stages trumped it. the crowd of more than 1000 cheered when she described her support for truck. sarah palin: those of us were gone through the ringer as mr. trump has makes me respect you even more. >> trump reminded the crowd that he is doing well in iowa. he took a jab at his opponent. donald trump: 38% for trump, 24% for seconds. i won't even mention his name. i am going to be nonconfrontational for a change. i could say well i just want to do well in iowa. i want to win iowa folks. february first. you have to get to caucus. you have to go out. you got to do it.
sarah palin: god bless the united states of america and our next president of the united states, donald j trump. >> sarah palin's trump endorsement is a big blow to senator ted cruz. how will that affect ted cruz here in iowa? anchor: ted cruz cordially responded in new hampshire. ted cruz: i love sarah palin. she is fantastic. without her friendship and support i would be in the senate today. regardless of what she decides to do in 2016, i will always remain a big fan of hers. anchor: trump is staying in iowa tonight and he has another town hall tomorrow. anchor: in another blow to ted cruz, governor branstad said it would be a big mistake for iowans to support ted cruz.
brian: the issue here comes down to support for the renewable fuel standard. the governor told me one-on-one today that senator ted cruz's record does not reflect the voice of iowans. governor branstad was warning voters that ted cruz would be damaging for iowa. he told me tonight that the congressman needs to make renewable energy a top priority. governor branstad: he has introduced legislation that would repeal the renewable fuel standard. it would send a mixed signal. brian: he has campaigned against federal subsidies for ethanol. the governor is predicting that that could erode ted cruz's support in iowa. which is the nation's leader in
two weeks from the caucus, endorse any candidate. ted cruz's biggest opponent was quick to react. statement. it was appreciated by many. it was amazing. he is a respected man and when he speaks people listen. brian: ted cruz did not have much to say when he heard about governor branstad actively rooting against them. i also asked the governor who does he think best supports renewable energy. he pointed to a rating released by the iowa growers association. all three democrats and nine of the topic. make the grade. steve: ben carson's president to
after a volunteer was killed in a serious car crash. 25-year-old great in joplin died at a hospital in omaha. the crash happened this afternoon in atlantic. a van carrying one staffer and three student volunteers hit a patch of ice and flipped on its side and was hit by another vehicle. the three other passengers in the van were treated and released from the hospital. stacy: senator bernie sanders spent the day with iowans. heading west to carol. he wrapped up with a speech in sioux city tonight. he offered his condolences to the joplin family. bernie sanders: i have a lot of differences of opinion with dr. carson but i have respect for anyone who gets involved in the portable process and volunteers. i think i speak for everyone when i say mike tomlin's is go out to the family. stacy: a new poll shows bernie sanders leading hillary clinton
in iowa clinton is leading sanders by two points. clinton returns iowa tomorrow night for organizing event in burlington. steve: slick spots after afternoon flurries. the good news is that the snow is over. curtis is here to show us what we can expect. curtis: there are still a few flurries flying here and there. not that widespread. northeast of the metro. one little band of very light snow. generally drive downtown. some light snow showers up north. in marshalltown. snowfall amounts were higher the farther south you were. out west also an inch and a half. 1.4 inches downtown. just over an inch in johnson.
ens tomorrow morning. we hang on in the 20's as we slide toward the evening. more details on the weather coming up. steve: the most up-to-date road conditions across the state of iowa right now. a good portion of the state is showing below which means those roads are partially covered with ice and snow. the green areas are clear. travel not advised on the roads you see in pink. stacy: investigators continue to search for a cause of massive fire in downtown fort dodge. the building is too damaged to allow people to go inside. in boone county a fire that killed a mother and her three children are still under investigation. a space eater was found in the
steve: firefighters say there is a major uptick in fires this time of year. as of space heaters and homes. >> what happened up there is a horrific tragedy. you can make something good happen out of that and that is make sure it doesn't happen to you. >> fire experts say it can happen to you. the chance of your home catching on fire are much greater than winning the powerball. you can start with these steps. do not leave your space heater unattended or on at night. keeping at least three feet from combustibles like drapes and brackets and furniture. make sure your space heater has a call to the touch feature. as well as the automatic shutoff
keep your space heater on the level floor not sick carpeting. no extension cords. make sure your outlet can is support your space heater. be proactive about other things in your home, like getting your fireplace checked once a year. keeping an extinguisher handy. nikki sure smoke detectors work. only several planned escape route and the safe room in case you wake up to flames in the middle of the night. the u.s. consumer product safety commission says every year space heaters cause more than 25,000 house fires in the united states. steve: michigan governor rick snyder apologized tonight in his
the flint water crisis. snyder says the government is to blame for the crisis inflamed. residents must now drink bottled water because of extreme lead contamination. he also promised solutions. governor snyder: i know there will be long-term consequences. but i want you to know that we will be there with long-term solutions for his long as it takes to make this right. steve: some people have called for his resignation. the decision to switch flint's water source to the flint river to save money was approved in 2014 by an emergency manager appointed by governor snyder. stacy: why a hostage held by iran is happy to be free. steve: a home renovation revealed the teenagers touching 83-year-old message in a bottle. stacy: consider this combination.
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steve: isis is confirming that the man known as jihadi john is dead. he was the hooded man with the english speaking voice seen in many of their horrific propaganda videos. u.s. officials thought he was killed in a drone strike in syria two months ago. isis was silent about it until today. also new. we're hearing for the first time from the former u.s. prisoner in iran. stacy: he was one of four americans released as part of a prisoner swap with iran. steve: he feels lucky to be free and he can't wait to go home. reporter: he told reporters in germany that he can't wait to go home to michigan. he was one of four americans
the former marine spent for a half years in an iranian prison on spying charges. charges he denies. >> i sort of accepted the fact that i would be spending years in prison. this was a surprise. reporter: a swiss military plane carrying the hostages arrived at
a u.s. military hospital in germany on sunday. they underwent medical checkups. the reporter who spent 18 months behind bars spent time with his family and his editors. he said his marine training helped him through the ordeal. he reunited with his sister in germany and hopes to return home
steve: a fourth american who is released has decided to stay in around. a fifth american was released separately. stacy: a new arrest made in connection with the paris terrorism attack. he allegedly met with the suspected ringleader in syria back in 2013. he traveled with one of the bombers who blew himself up during the raid in france. police are still looking for another man that they believe flint to belgium. steve: snow made for some very slick roads during the evening commute. moving much slower than normal. for about two hours. dozens of accidents reported. no word on any serious injuries tonight. we do know that at least three people were killed today in crashes on the western part of the state. curtis: the snow came down very quickly especially got those
that is what is accumulated in the area. east wind at six miles per hour. not a big problem with blowing snow. here are some more snowfall totals for you. new virginia 2.5 inches. altoona just over an inch of snow. the des moines international airport had about 1.6 inches of snow. still some flurries out there. a little bit of activity over northern jasper. a few flurries in warren county. here is your day planner for tomorrow. a little patchy fog early on. temperatures in the teens. mostly cloudy at 9 a.m.. sun comes up tomorrow at 7:36 a.m.. we will cruise up to 26 degrees.
quiet out to the west at least for now. snow showers tomorrow. dry weather in kansas city. 40's in western kansas and western nebraska. here's the next system it will slide by us and then dip south. there could be a little bit of snow as we head into thursday. 11:00 that snow moving on. clouds will send tomorrow this is showing. thursday. most of the snow is staying to the west. i think late thursday night or early friday morning we could get a light dusting of snow
look for partly cloudy skies by late friday afternoon. temperatures tonight all the way down to 12 degrees. not as cold as the past couple of nights. tomorrow 26 degrees. some morning fog. those clouds will be sending by the afternoon hours. -- thinning by the afternoon hours. could be a couple of slick spots during the commute. stacy: unusual cheerleader. the fun way at canadian dad encourages his kids during a hockey game. when you are sick and coughing and sneezing you want really fast. you may not get what you want when you go to the doctor.
e are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big 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. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. steve: mcdonald's is turning a favorite side dish into an
if you want to try it you have to take a trip to japan. that is where it is being taste tested right now. the fast food giant says the combination creates what it calls a wonderfully salty and sweet harmonious flavor. i would try it. a crazy story out of newton. the renovation reveals a treasure hidden in the walls of the central iowa home. stacy: they say that behind a wall they found a letter in a bottle. that letter was written by a 13-year-old girl back in july of 1933. it was written by katherine bradley and it explains why she hid the letter. >> to whom it may concern. i am placing this bottle in here because i have read about them doing such things in stories.
will be found. stacy: ms. bradley passed away in 2014. they have been in contact with his son and a daughter. steve: they call that guy the trumpet man. he is getting all kinds of attention for his unique cheering style during
his kids hockey games. for the past seven years he can be found at the back of the ranked with his music stand playing his trumpet changing his tune depending on what is happening on the ice. changing the tempo was the game
hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. andy: this has been a bizarre basketball season to this point. i will show you evidence of that in a couple of minutes. through all about the iowa hawkeyes have just constantly been on the rise.
up to number nine in the ap college basketball poll. >> the rankings this time of year are incredibly meaningless. i mean that sincerely. it just doesn't mean a thing. we have a game on thursday. if we
win that, that will be great that we have another one on sunday. by the end of the season we will look and say where our way. that will determine where we are in the ncaa tournament. if we don't take your business between now and then, it won't matter. andy: they may end up here in des moines in the ncaa tournament. their next game is against the rutgers scarlet knights, a team that lost by 50 points last night. the kansas jayhawks went to
about 6000 empty seats. the oklahoma state cowboys put it to the number three team in the country. 86-67. kansas is not alone. on an unbelievable run in college basketball just in the last week ordered fees are top 10 teams that have gotten beaten. duke is in there twice. kansas and number five xavier both went down. the snow made a mess of the high school hoops schedule. especially south and west of the metro. but there were still a lot of games that tipped off as scheduled. this one was all north polar bears.
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