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blizzard there's down on the mid-atlantic region. the weather is already to blame for deaths. craig: the snow in washington, d.c., is pretty as a picture of but officials warn that it can turn deadly. the massive so norm -- the massive storm could dump as much as three feet of snow on the nation's capital. >> this is where it is really cranking, d.c. come up toward philly in new york city and long island. craig: the storm has ordered been blamed for deaths in kentucky and tennessee. craig: conditions have deteriorated rapidly. most drivers are listening to the call to stay off the road. this virginia family ventured out on foot.
flattens -- with our friends. greg: the jersey shore is preparing. >> this will be a significant storm but nowhere near the kind of storms we have dealt with over the last six years. greg: our lines have counseled more than 3500 flights for saturday. the storm will impact more than 80 million people. steve: jason, you're watching this as well. jason: some spots picking up over a foot and a half. this thing is not over yet. you can see a huge swath of snow . you can see the heavier band right now just north of richmond. and thunderously in portions of south carolina. everybody on the east coast getting in on the mix with this and forecast totals have as much as 30 inches or more falling and
our record snowiest month is 37 inches. they can get that in roughly 36 hours. our average winner is 37 inches. no matter where you are at, out in that area to these, you have to match at least some of those. our wind chill take a dip down. and 30's tomorrow. steve: when winter weather hits, the iowa dot can now keep a close eye on the roads from a new facility in ankeny. this is their first winter with their new traffic management center. it opened in june. the dot says new features, like the large video board, help them monitor statewide traffic better. they say they can respond to crashes faster and alert drivers
>> we do have dedicated dispatch bit -- which we were not able to do in our old facility. it is able to monitor cameras, look for incidents that they need to respond to. steve: the entire expansion and remodel cost $257,000. the iowa supreme court has ordered a new trial for a des moines man convicted of 2nddegree murder in the 2013 beating death of richard daughenbaugh. kent tyler was one of the men charged . he was convicted and sentenced to 5years in prison. the appeals court threw out tyler's conviction on insufficient evidence. but the iowa supreme court says prosecutors do have enough evidence to retry the case. in union county, a stunning guilty plea today in the courtroom. jerry dillinger told the court
of her body in a pond. he also says he shotandkilled -- he also says he shot and killed michael robinson and buried him. investigators say robinson was loretta dillinger's boyfriend. jerry dillinger was immediately sentenced to 2 life prison terms. a community will come together tomorrow to remember a family that was killed in a house fire. services for 27-year-old amber, nine-year-old riley, six-year-old autumn, and four-year-old braden sorenson are all being held at 10:30 tomorrow morning at the southeast valley middle school in burnside. amber and her 3 children died last sunday in a house fire in boxholm. investigators believe a space heater may have sparked the fire. some iowa state university students camping out for a basketball game woke up to flames. a fire was reported around 3:30 this morning at hilton coliseum in ames.
tarps pushed together to make a were on fire. shelter the students have been camping out this week so they can get the best seats for monday's big game with kansas. three years, most of the big construction projects, like malls and movie theaters, had been built almost exclusively in the western suburbs. but now the eastside of the des moines metro is seeing a major business boom. a new italian restaurant owned by jethros and a movie theater are going to open in altoona in the next couple months. the biggest development area is off interstate near 80 adventureland and prairie meadows and it includes a new outlet mall that's expected to open in the fall of 2017.
adventureland to be right in the middle of your steve: it is also opening a new sports bar called spectators. that opens in march. >> washington, d.c., is not always the center of the political universe. sometimes, it is right here in iowa. steve: the center of the political universe right now is drake university. it is able to bring in all the big names. plus this christi is leaving the campaign trail for now. still to come, why the presidential candidate is
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reporter: a des moines school bus driver and aid are off the job very the actions caught on camera landed them in a lot of trouble. kcci obtained in school bus video that led to the firing of two district employees. that is ruby taylor, abbas aid and 20-year -- a 20-year employee. here is what happened november 4, 2015. a visibly upset special needs student enters the school bus with the help of two teachers aides. taylor, the bus aide, repeatedly yelled at the child with special needs.
an action she has no authority to enforce. after the student acts up, taylor uses the force of her own body instead of properly restraining him in a special wraparound seat belt. for the next seven minutes, the bus aid pins the student more and more tightly. this video was released only after taylor and the driver, terry brown, peeled the state's decision to cut off their unemployment benefits. -- appealed the state's decision to cut off their unemployment benefits. the school district reiterating it took immediate action removing both the driver and aid from contract -- contact with students until the investigation was complete. steve: governor chris christie leaving the campaign trail to return home to new jersey to handle an historic blizzard.
tweets today saying he was putting his role as governor but he is promising to return to first. new hampshire soon to continue the campaign. thousands of people from across the country tried to beat the snowstorm in washington d-c.. -- washington, d.c. and take , part in the annual march for life. the anti-abortion demonstrators marched to the u-s supreme court building. this year's pro-life rally was much smaller than in year's past because of the big winter storm. hillary: when i talk like this, the republicans always seem to find a way to say i am playing the gender card. if fighting for equal pay and paid family leave and women's are productive health care is playing the gender card, just
steve: also in new hampshire, senator bernie sanders spoke about his support for women and women's issues. >> today is the anniversary of roe vs. wade. so let me go on record telling you, somebody who has a 100% pro-choice voting record, that i will be vigorous in defending a womans right to choose. steve drake university is : becoming the center of presidential politics. clinton, sanders, and martin o'malley will all be back on campus for a town hall event. mondaythat is after an appearance tonight by ben carson. the town hall monday night will be the 15th event on campus. once again, the political world is orbiting drake university.
visits -- >> there is no campus in the country that has the political activity that we have. reporter: campaigns looking to get on campus. >> i am fond of telling my students this is just how it happens here. and you happen to be fortunate enough to be the ones in the middle of it. reporter: kevin is wiring the media room this afternoon as a paid employee of cnn. he also worked for cbs during their debate in november. >> by far, this year has been the most fulfilling, most rewarding, the most educational of years i have had here at drake. reporter: the university gets national exposure and more free advertising to potential students than they could ever quantify. if you think they are raking in money from all of these national events -- >> it is not about the money. we are to cover our own costs when we are putting these events on. the real benefit comes from the
we charge these organizations the same as we would charge someone who came in and do their wedding. reporter: students don't seem to be sick of politics. roughly one out of every five students per their name in the lottery to be in the -- in the audience to be in the town hall monday night. steve: kcci is carrying monday night's town hall live. you can see it on our sub channel. let's check back on jason. a big storm off to the east. but here in the middle of the country, things are nice. jason: not so bad. stretch. here. we have another cold night ahead of us. you can see some of that cold air sagging in at the moment. air temperatures in the teens. mason city metro sits at 21. you factor in a light wind in spots and you can see down in creston.
it is going to warm up and it will feel wonderful. we saw a little bit of light couple of hours ago. very light stuff. a picture sent into your local, a zoomed in shot or an thanks for sending that in. keep sending those in. the others that we have out there. we've got that very light breeze out of the north. we are going to see that shift out of the south tomorrow. that will help us warm up and temperatures in the middle teens with feels like temperatures in the middle digits. look at this jump. we are at 41 degrees by 3:00 p.m. not a sky filled with sunshine, but we will have a few peaks throughout the day. sunday is looking even better than that. clouds are lingering. you can see that huge behemoth
eastward. it will help to bring a little bit of sunshine through our day tomorrow. again, not a ton, but we will have quite a few breaks. you might have to squint your eyes a few times if you do so. as you look at future cast into the evening, clouds are to disperse some. by evening our saturday, we get if you more that worked their way in. we will not see the skies fill again until sunday. system. snow and a bit of a mix as well. southeastern portions of the that makes live. of snow in spots. future cast does bring in a little bit more of that in some locations. we are clear until monday and in that system rose through.
soil i can still change. if you're headed anywhere on monday, you've got a good chance of there being some slick roads out there. 15 tonight. feels like temperatures in the civil digits. we do bring in of such another. we can see a mix of clouds and a better chance of cloud cover to the west. upper 20's to low 30's throughout the state. near 40 before you know it. 38 on sunday. a shot for a wintry mix on monday. we kind of bounce up and down a bit. check out the lows. no more absolutely frigid mornings for a bit. and we are back to near 40 and eventually to 40 by the next -- by the beginning of next week. steve: it is a busy time for
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two of the best. tonight, head-to-head over in walkie spiel -- walkie fieldhouse. carly littlefield buries the swish. ashton donald, she is good beyond the arc. can't leave her open. littlefield with the drive and finish. warriors win. >> we needed a quality win tonight to set ourselves up for hopefully a shot at the division title. this was the first that in that direction. andy: the tigers playing host to johnson. valley's shea fuller tough runner falls.
inside for the bucket. elle brown knocks down the long 2. on the break, haylee towers bucket and the foul. dcg at pella. the shots were falling early. dcg's hannah webkerr connects. but pell still led by 3. pella pulls away and wins it ballard hosting boom. let's check out the action. >> we are
hunting for the win on "you make the call." [cheering] ballard keeps rolling. jenna moody finds the basket.
ballard would go on to win. >> really played defense. we have been missing that unity, really. i don't know how to explain it right
now. we finally came out and play close to what we can do. it's a great feeling. andy: we finish back where we started. pella is tough to beat at home. emily holterhaus, just a freshman, she makes the layup. pella pulls away and wins it 62-47. on the, idlewild one a shoot out . bucs fall at home 5-1 to omaha. tomorrow, i'm its college basketball, iowa state at 3:00. women's college basketball,
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steve: after the week we have had, how about a warm week? jason: we are sitting on average. we have only been a five-time so far, at above average. we will attack a couple of more days on that. 38 on sunday. next shot for snow, rain, wintry mix arrives on monday. steve: thank you for joining us. you have a great weekend. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising...