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>> it just continually is getting worse. steve: outrage over postal problems in clive. >> we don't get our mail. steve: new answers on the hold-up. stacey: life-saving warning. the first in the nation tool being tested right now in ames. steve: first at 10:00 field-trip , ambush? republican presidential candidate carly fiorina is accused of using a group of daycare kids as props during an anti-abortion speech. stacey: kcci mark tauscheck is here to explain. mark: during a 40 minute appearance carly fiorina discussed a wide range of topics from employment to simplifying the tax code but a polk city man , is upset his 4-year-old son had a front row seat while fiorina discussed abortion in front of a large picture of an unborn fetus. >> anger and disgust really, and disappointment. mark: he doesn't understand how his son's day trip wound up in the middle of a campaign event.
cartoons and play with toys. mark: 4-year-old chatham was sitting at carly fiorina's feet as she discussed her support for the unborn child protection act and desire to defund planned parenthood. >> planned her desk parenthood clinics were altering late-term abortion techniques for the purpose of harvesting body parts. mark: there is debate over how the children wound up center stage, we saw them coming in with a candidate. >> very young caucus-goers. come on, they're all applauding for you. mark: fiorina's deputy campaign manager sent a statement explaining the candidate had run into the kids in the botanical gardens, and i -- added i guess , the kids must have thought she was pretty neat because then their teachers and parents and the kids all followed carly into the event. >> they were all watching the koi fish and they decided they'd like to come along i didn't. you didn't want to come along? really? mark: the daycare sent an email two parents explaining we were , simply invited to meet a presidential candidate and did not know the content of the
press conference was scheduled. to no one's surprise the , youngsters became a little distracting. >> this is the most politicians i have ever had. mark: and after 15 minutes chaperones pulled the kids off the stage. did you feel like they were props? >> definitely a photo op. i mean that it's politics with no one, to get some of that stuff, right? mark: a spokeswoman for the campaign told me fiorina was unavailable today but is speaking tomorrow at the march for life in washington dc , and will likely address the situation with reporters than. stacey: fiorina does not make the top of the gop pack in the newest cnn poll of likely caucus-goers. donald trump back on top with , 37% support. ted cruz in second with 26. marco rubio with 14. -- 14%. ben carson in fourth place with 6% support. on the democratic side, bernie sanders surges to an 8-point lead over hillary clinton.
>> she completely embodies the concept of women empowerment. steve: hillary clinton getting some star power tonight while campaigning in iowa city. that's pop singer demi lovato stumping for the former secretary of state. actress jamie lee curtis and tennis star billie jean king are also expected to campaign for clinton. they'll join her at an event next tuesday in des moines. before that event on clinton tuesday, will join bernie sanders and martin o'malley for a town hall forum in des moines. cnn is hosting the event at drake university. we will be carrying the event des moines, starting at 8:00 p.m.. kcci chief political reporter cynthia fodor sat down with clinton and 7 other iowa women this week in waukee. conversation coming up a little stacey: newington :00 a close , call for a metro couple as a police chase comes to a destructive end on their property.
in urbandale. ryan: the high-speed chase ended -- came to an end behind me here with that suv crashing through that garage area you can see that repairs are on -- underway. it came out right here on the front driveway. >> we thought we were part of an explosion. without the whole house is going. ryan: they say they are lucky to be alive. two suspects on the run from police plow through their works. >> i would have been dead. i often work with the sander and the saw. i would have been dead. >> the garage was gone, we didn't know why. where did it go? ryan: it started as a routine
the driver led police on a high-speed chase reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour before ending in dramatic fashion. not even 24 hours earlier urbandale police responding to , reports to a man driving erratically. zachary senger flew through a residential neighborhood. the chase ended with a t-bone collision with a dart bus. >> he just crashed into a bus. ryan: senger is now on the hook for eluding and owi. police also learned he's wanted on a probation violation out of wisconsin, in connection to a sex abuse conviction. two chase's just blocks apart on meredith drive. ok. the whole house didn't go. i'm just thankful that we're here to tell about it. ryan: police tonight not commenting on why they believe the driver, conor forrest
stacey: post office problems -- happening in the western suburbs. over 100 people told kcci they time. the postmaster tells us clive is seeing a lot of growth. but the central iowa president of the national association of letter carriers says it is a quote lack of staffing issue. residents say they just want the problem fixed. >> it's a large sum of us that are having it. and then i'm hearing from others other side of the street are having this aim issues." it is ridiculous. stacey: the postmaster is asking people to contact the post office or postmaster if they are mail. steve: a historic blizzard is capital. starting tomorrow night more than 2-feet of snow is expected to dump on washington, d.c. states of emergency have been declared in 5 states. thousands of flights have also already been canceled.
kurtis: good evening, it is already a huge storm. right now most of the activity is rain. we're starting to see some ice and snow in arkansas. along with being a big snow maker, it will be a big icemaker as it tracks up to the northeast. the highest accumulations of ice in north carolina and virginia. the system will slowly move up and. parked off the coast for the weekend. look at the snowfall totals -- west virginia, and maryland. feet. when you get to higher terrains, some locations might be pushing for feet of snow. four -- feet of snow. breaker. if you are north of highway 20. it might get around .75 inches. it will fall apart down south. possibly a trace before sunrise.
at noon, 23. 6:00 p.m., 21. 8 day forecast takes you right through the weekend. the details coming up. stacey: new at 10:00 -- the iowa department of transportation is testing out at tool that will warn you when there's ice on the roads. kcci's vanessa peng shows us how it works. vanessa: a car totaled after hitting a patch of ice on iowa roads tuesday. a 25-year-old ben carson campaign staffer dies in the accident. this is the type of crash the iowa department of transportation hopes to one day help prevent in the future. >> anything that we can do to prevent crashes -- isolated crashes is our goal. vanessa: for the dot it starts with this small, solar powered sensor called the pateye. >> we want to be able to detect it, and ideally tell the public, motoring public that hey there's ice forming be aware. vanessa: the dot is the first the nation to test pateye warning systems. they have two in one of their
special projects engineer willy sorenson says the devices sense when the temperature is 32 degrees or below, and there is moisture present,that's when the lights flash blue. sorenson says in theory these flashing blue lights are a great idea, but in practicality there's still a lot of work that needs to be done. >> they flash too often right -- this one is flashing. however, there is no moisture around here that can freeze. so it's really not a dangerous situation. vanessa: but that doesn't mean they're giving up. sorenson says the dot is talking to pateye who is receptive to their feedback. >> we're always looking ahead . we want to be proactive on our ice fighting skills. vanessa: vanessa peng, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. steve: next at 10:00 -- hillary clinton steps off the campaign trail, and into a waukee home. her candid chat with a group of iowa women.
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for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver.
stacey: we usually only see the presidential candidates giving their stump speech on the campaign trail. steve: so our chief political reporter, cynthia fodor, asked hillary clinton to stop by and sit down with a group
of iowa women for an informal candid conversation. hillary clinton you're so nice : to do this. cynthia: it's not everyday a presidential candidate stops by your house. hillary clinton: we talked about doing this last summer, remember? cynthia: not many voters get to get up close and personal with hillary clinton. marsha wannamaker put out lunch for the ladies with the former first lady. >> i thought it was a great idea then, and i am so happy it worked out. >> so glad to be here. cynthia: the woman who could be the first woman in the white house wants to know what's on the minds of women in the
>> my question is about education, and education policy. hillary clinton: let's have universal prekindergarten, but we start on a priority basis for low income kids. cynthia: these busy moms want to know hillary's secret. >> the question is simple what , keeps you going? hillary clinton my friends say i : have a responsibility
gene. which sometimes gets in my way, because i feel such a responsibility toward things and people. that's who i am. vitamins, exericse, yoga all of that helps as well. cynthia: and how can she reach across the aisle? hillary clinton i've always : worked with republicans, when i'm not running they say nice things about me. cynthia: the former secretary of state confided what keeps her up at night. hillary clinton two things i : worry most about our terrorist -- are terrorist getting nuclear materials they could use for a
and the whole issue of cyber. cynthia: before leaving, she talked about coming back. hillary clinton: maybe if i am so fortunate to be the democratic nominee, we can do it again. cynthia: inviting this lunch bunch to her inauguration. hillary clinton: yes, yes we'll , have a big iowa day. cynthia: saying she loves iowans -- and asks them to take their number one role in the nation seriously to caucus and have a say in who will be the next president. hillary clinton thank you so : much for doing this. cynthia: kcci eight news, iowa's news leader. steve: you can hear more of the conversation with hillary clinton, up close and personal, on kcci close up, this sunday morning at 10:30, immediately following face the nation. stacey: in case you missed it -- check out this incredible view of the northern lights taken from above the earth. astronauts scott kelly and tim peake took it from the international space station.
kurtis: cloud cover up there -- you could glide up to the polls. hopefully we will have that head through the remainder of the winter here. i am not expecting any activity tonight. 22 degrees, wind chill, 15. there is a little light snow. it is not tremendous. northwest -- north of highway 20 right now. most locations are probably going to see anywhere from .25 two as much as .5 inches. dips down to the south. probably just see some flurries here. hanging around 6:00 a.m., mostly cloudy at 9:00 a.m.. 20 degrees, a little bit of a north wind tomorrow. 23 degrees. tomorrow because of the increase
will be cooler, 26 at 3:00 p.m.. 6:00 p.m. temperature, 21 degrees. look at all of this rain and snow -- and snow in arkansas. that whole area is blizzard warnings. here we just have this little bit of snow. it will be out tomorrow. travel from minneapolis to kansas city is ok. it should be fine to travel to the west. some light snow showers in chicago and detroit. anywhere off to the east and southeast, big problems. ridge of high pressure building in -- the week system is out. this will keep a little bit of cloud cover tomorrow. when it tracks off we get the southerly flow. the warmer air will move here just in time for the against. -- weekend. light snow to the north, watch as it dips south. a little bit of. activity from 6:00 until 7:00. the clouds hang around.
look for partly sunny skies at times and then clouds hang around a bit on sunday. i think the next system could arrive as we head into early monday morning. the first one tonight, again the snowfall totals do not look to impressive. highway 20 north could get anywhere from about as much as .75 inches towards the minnesota border. light snow to the north, north winds 5-10 miles per hour. tomorrow the high is 26. mostly cloudy. 8 day forecast -- saturday, sunshine and 30. sunday, 36. can you imagine? 62 in 1981. or two. a trend of a cool down on tuesday. it looks like it will warm up next week.
steve: courtesy will like this story, magnetic man. maybe he simply secretes a sticky substance. next at 10:00 the weird way this , guy makes a living. >> i heard two pops. within seconds the entire inside of the cab was in flames. steve: plus close call. , how a woman escaped from this cab seconds before it exploded. >> we know that hackers target our credit cards and personal information, but how about our home internet router. a recent study shows that
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. stacey: caught on camera. this dramatic video of a taxi cab engulfed in flames. a witness captured it all from his balcony in quincy, massachusetts. he says the cab exploded six times. the driver got the passenger out just in time. the witness says that passenger is in her 80's and uses two canes to walk. >> he literally picked her up and moved her away from the situation, and got her in the building. she was quite thankful. stacey: the woman was being dropped off from the therapy when it happens. no word yet on what caused the fire.
an illinois man with a rather unique way of making a living. steve: steve -- steve: you have to check this out, he has the audibility -- odd ability to stick cans on his bald head. reporter frank mathie put the magnetic man's ability to the test. frank: take note viewers -- i am not pulling your leg this guy is , for real he is canhead. >> one
coke and then a full coke. frank full coke? : and it just sticks to your head? >> it just sticks to me, my whole body. frank: why? >> they don't really know. frank one doctor told him it's : because of his abnormally high body temperature, he is always at 100 degrees and that somehow , turns his skin into a total body suction cup. >> 23 years ago i shaved my head for the first time, i was at a ballgame i was trying to cool my , head down because it was a hot day. and all of a sudden they hit a home run i went up to grab it, i
everybody was laughing, because it was stuck to the back of my head. frank he has now parlayed this : very unusual ability into a bit of world wide fame. he ends his head have met the famous, and suddenly the money is rolling in. canhead keeton says he can make up to a thousand dollars a day and even for a weekend of $8,000 renting out his head. and i'm not faking it when i try to pull this can of peanuts off jamie's dome. oh, and by the way, he doesn't just latch onto cans and bottles. >> i just do this, and it sticks. frank: empty cans, full cans, bottles of vodka, and no kidding i swear he's for real. ,steve: he will not lose anything. he doesn't need pockets.
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big statement nationally in march, they have to take care of all of the little steps, like really bad rutgers team tonight at home. in new jersey, jarrod uthoff might just be the big ten player of the year. he has been getting a lot of help as of late. the flush of the other and. later on, look at how open he is. rutgers might want to but i guy on
him -- put a guy on him. career-high 29 point. anthony clemmons, wide-open -- he also had a career-high 20 points. second half, a little bit of a struggle -- utah, wide open. he not down. that three put them over 1000 points for his career. he finished with 20. adam finished with a double-double.
season sweep of purdue on sunday,
the boilermakers beat ohio state. sunday is at 12:06. cyclone fans used to seeing screaming fans influencing the game at hilton coliseum are in for a treat this weekend. iowa state averages 14,300 fans again. tcu, far less than half that. the horned frogs only get about 6000. is there such a thing as a home-court disadvantage? we might find out. a lack of frogs in the building is something cyclones will have to deal with. >> you have to win. you have to be ready to win and play. >> you have to get height. -- hyped. you have to get excited on little things. you cannot really feet off the
not that much. you have to come in and create your own energy. andy: cyclones and tcu play saturday at 3:00 on it yes the endu. will have high school hoops tomorrow. the fun atmosphere promises to be a ankeny high school. the hawkeyes -- the hawks host the cross-town rival centennial jaguars. tony seeman says the hawkette girls would do well to keep an eye on jaguar sharpshooter sydney wycoff. >> when sydney wycoff run's to the three point line, defenses run for cover. >> she is a really good shooter. she shot a well this year. >> shooting it well is a understatement. she has -- she is shooting nearly 50%. making her one of the top sharpshooters across the state. she just is not miss. >> the hard work pays off. i am excited that i can be up
>> when she can shoot threes in a percentage, the inside out, nation has been good. she is a great kid, we hope she continues. andy: she makes the rim look like you are shooting at a hula hoop. i thought i would offer a real challenge. i want to put her to the real test, taking me on. i am terrible at basketball. i have a secret weapon. let's go. [buzzer] [ding] andy: let's in the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again...
and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... 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