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announcer: you're watching kcci 8 news. >> it just rumbled. todd: a dart bus slams into a des moines home. how the homeowner survived. scott: the cyclones are 14 to the bulls taking on number 4 kansas. iowa state down by seven at the half, put on a huge second-half run. 13-4 run and took control of the game. abdel nader, one of his best games as the cyclone.
georges niang just flips it up. look at this defense in the closing minutes. nader with the jam. the cyclones win going away, taking down kansas 85-72. kansas had defeated iowa state 18 of 19 tries. but in the last five games, they had defeated kansas 4 of the last 5. tony seeman's live and we will go to him with reaction. todd: right now at 10:00 we're , just one week away from the caucuses. the democratic candidates taking the stage together for the final time tonight right here in des , moines. stacey: cnn sponsored the town hall forum. it wrapped up at drake university. that's where we find kcci's chief political reporter cynthia
cynthia: the town hall forum is just ending. we are still waiting to see audience members come out of shows low hall -- of sheslow hall. it started with bernie sanders. each candidate took the stage one at a time to answer questions from the audience and they had the time to give longer, more detailed answers then you would see in a debate. a drake student made national television asking sanders how he planned to pay for all of his programs including health care for all for free, and free college for all. sen. sanders: we may raise taxes, but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for angels best for individuals and businesses. after the working people of this country bill that wall street, maybe it is their time to help
wall street's recklessness, greed, and illegal behavior brought this country to its knees. i am going to say to them that fair share of taxes. think should be most important to young voters? mr. o'malley: the biggest issue that i think you should be concerned about as a young person is climate change. i am the first candidate in each book -- in either party to put forward a plan to move us to a what hundred percent clean electric grid by 2050 and create 5 million jobs along the way. this is another one of those instances where iowa is pointing the way forward. >> it feels like there is a lot of young people like myself who are very passionate supporters of bernie sanders. i just don't see the same enthusiasm from younger people for you. i have heard from quite a few people my age that they think
i would like to hear from you why you feel the enthusiasm isn't there. ms. clinton: i think it really depends upon who you are talking to. people have thrown all kinds of things that me. i just keep going forward, they fall by the wayside, they come up with these outlandish things. i just keep going forward because there is nothing to it. they throw all this stuff that me and i am still standing. cynthia: hillary clinton also told that young man that she would also, as president, like bernie sanders, take on income inequality. sanders hit hillary hard trying to contrast there key regulation and health care. each one here, including martin o'malley, who told his voters to
each one drove over there passionate final pitch to voters here in iowa with one weeks ago before the caucuses. there were over 300 media members covering the caucuses here. laura terrell is over in the media center. laura: i am live here at the student center. it actually turned into the media hub. you can see cnn is broadcasting live behind me, and that is because iowa is in the spotlight. >> all are trying to win over one of the most precious commodities in all of iowa the undecided voter. laura: lights, cameras, and plenty of live shots. >> how the candidates deal with what's coming out of actual iowa voters. laura: chris cuomo and other news anchors, just feet away from where drake students study . >> to be in the midst of all this political excitement everything that is going on has , just been really exciting.
descended on the snowy drake university campus monday. more than 300 press credentials were passed out. >> there is a couple of different people from korea. laura: just before the cnn democratic forum. >> i called the democratic party here and we started discussions and we asked if they would consider hosting this and they , said yes. laura: executive editor of politics at cnn, mark preston, is behind all the action, in a state he loves. >> oh my god, i love iowa. laura: and he's not alone. former des moines register reporter jeff zeleny is back in his old stomping grounds working for cnn. >> what happens in iowa is going to tell us how long this presidential campaign is going to go on both sides. laura: the transformation is already underway downtown at the capitol square, which will serve as the media hub for hundreds of
a night the whole world will be watching, live. there are not nearly as many journalists here as originally planned. that is because of the massive storm on the east coast. many networks tell me tonight that they have several crews stranded there. they hope they can get here by monday night, caucus night next monday. stacey: several republican presidential candidates are in in -- are in the state as well. marco rubio spoke to packed house at dmacc's ankeny campus tonight. before the event, he talked about some of his fellow candidates. sen. rubio: so time and again, i think you've seen ted as a very calculated political operative. he says one thing in one place and then does something very differently. well, donald is not running as a conservative. in fairness, he's never said he is. donald trump is running as a populist. stacey: rubio was in des moines this afternoon at a rally downtown where senator joni ernst introduced him. tomorrow, republican front-runner donald trump will
high school roundhouse gym. that starts at 5:00. rally at a marshalltown school tomorrow. clinton's rally is at miller middle school at 8:30. because of the extra traffic surrounding those events, marshalltown schools will dismiss classes at 1:00 tomorrow afternoon. rick santorum, mike huckabee, marco rubio, ben carson, ted cruz, carly fiorina, and bernie state tomorrow as well. commute than normal. taking a live look at statewide road conditions. a lot of pink out there. that means a lot of completely covered roads. the blue areas mean partially covered roads. frank: the good news, most of that snow off to the east. some lingering flurries in
a quick inch to two inches around the metro. off to the north, up around noon and ames, two inches estimated. newton, two inches. around 34 tama and marshalltown. winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight. the snow system starts to push its way off to the east. through the overnight hours, cold and breezy. waking up tomorrow morning at 24. notice that wind chill, 14 degrees. not :00 a.m., 25 degrees. wind out of the northwest can gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. in the 8 day forecast. todd: new at 10:00, dirty dishes
living room at the corner of east douglas and cambridge tonight. the neighborhood is just north of park fair mall. >> i was just sitting in the living room and got up to go into the kitchen to do my dishes and the whole house just shook, everything just started falling out. todd: janet brown never dreamed life. that's when a dart bus slammed into her north side living room. what did you think when you saw a bus in your living room? >> shocked. todd: she can laugh now, but she was in tears when it happened. >> i went into the living room, and everything was, the walls were in, it was destroyed. >> a lot of blood unfortunately. todd: adam cervetti was driving by during the crash. he jumped out of his car to help the bus driver and two passengers trapped inside bus. he ripped off the rear doors. >> the front lever on the door, the bus driver was over it, the rear ones were the only ones i could get to. basically i just started ripping , them off. todd: james hyatt was on the bus. >> the driver apparently had
passed out, fell out of the chair. todd: the homeowner says she can't live here now because of the structural damage. but she says her main worry is her six cats. >> i just hope they're ok. they're my whole life. todd: the animal rescue league is helping brown find her cats. the fire department is helping to assess the damage. >> it is a very scary situation, we are just blessed we don't have any fatalities or significant injuries as a result of this accident. todd: we are told the red cross is on the scene tonight to help the homeowner. dart is also investigating the cause of the crash. stacey: new details at 10:00 in the death of influential des moines architect kirk blunck. des moines police tell us they're trying to determine if his death was accidental. the 62-year-old died sunday afternoon downtown in the east village. he was found in the stairwell of the teachout building at east 5th and locust. he owned the building and his business is located there. city officials give blunck some of the credit for the rebirth of the east village and other
>> you know, his hohberger and teachout buildings were two of the very first projects that kicked it off when nobody really thought that this could blossom into anything. you've got to take a few risks when you're going to be an innovator like that. stacey: blunck was last in the news after many of his tenants and the city complained of unsafe living conditions in several of his rental properties. >> i'm very happy to be here in iowa and i say that with genuine affection for this state and for the people of this state. todd: new at 10:00 that's , peabody award winning journalist tom brokaw speaking at the greater des moines partnership's annual dinner. the event was sold out. more than 1400 people were there at the community choice credit union convention center. stacey: next at 10:00 a new , investigation into the dirty drinking water in michigan, and the celebrities pitching in. todd: plus digging out. , the latest blizzard clean-up efforts on the east coast. stacey: and, the cyclones pull
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we have some snow out there on the roadways. higher totals just up to the north of the metro. 27 our temperature in des moines. when out of the northwest at 22 miles per hour and it is going to be breezy as we head to the next 24-36 hours. 21 miles per hour in ottumwa. these waves tomorrow could gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. super doppler 8 shows flurries in central and just off to the west of the metro. back toward marshalltown, still some lighter snow bands pushing through. it will be pretty much out of here in the next half an hour to 45 minutes. 2.5 reported in grinnell. just about two inches in boone.
in here to 1.1 inches just outside here. your forecast timeline -- by midnight, much of that snow out of here. 9:00 a.m. temperature, mid-20's. with the pesky northwest wind, temperatures won't really go anywhere. we have some moderate to heavy or bands around waterloo. high pressure starting to work in on the backside of the low pressure system and that will keep us dry over the next couple of days. there are three over the state tomorrow. that will be winds gusting at 30 miles per hour. tomorrow will be a cloudy day. we will see some isolated flurries but it could be a dry
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announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: ku won 11 straight conference championships, but lately. going for their fourth win last -- fourth win in the last five tries. niang dishes to the corner. matt thomas, money. cyclones down 1. perry ellis start to take over. midway through the first half,
jameel mckay. monte morris sets him up beautifully. still a five-point kansas lead. six seconds left in the half.
that is another bucket. 43-36 at the half, kansas ahead. cyclones came out on fire. it was a 13-4 run. the fans loving it. a loose ball. alley-oop. abdel nader had 17 points. the magic is back at hilton. and the foul. cyclones run away with it, 85-7 3. >> we had to
make runs. i wasn't keeping the ball in front of me. i took it for myself because it
won championships. game. just have to keep fighting, keep fighting. we weren't good enough to win the game in the first half. scott: it was a sight to behold in the second half. here are your totals. monte morris, who is the reigning big 12 player of the week, 21 points, 4 rebounds, 9 assists, zero turnovers. that is rising to the occasion and
that is how you beat a team like number 4 kansas. let's shift gears a little bit and talk about the iowa hawkeyes.
first time ever that they have a team ranked in the top three in both football and basketball. their highest ranking since 1987. they
trail the sooners and north carolina in the poll. 7-0 in the conference for the first time since 1970. they are at number 8 maryland on thursday. >> personally, i think we are overlooked every year. it matters where you are starting the first week of the season, but after that, it is what you do on the court. scott: jerod uthoff is up for a