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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... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> this is iowa's news leader, this is kcci eight news at noon. mollie: right now at noon, a small amount of snow overnight led to slick roads this morning causing several accidents during this mornings commute. but the good news is that road conditions have improved dramatically.
road conditions and show you can see many roads to the north are still partially covered that in central iowa and the south of the metro area, roads are back to normal. good afternoon and thank you for joining us. we begin with good news, make sure you have plenty of windshield washer lewis because a warm-up is on the way that will make things very messy. let's begin with frank with more on that. frank: i washed my car this morning and i'm already regretting it because those roads are just dirty that slushy stuff. 28 is the temperature in des moines right now and that will be steady around 30 degrees for the rest of the afternoon. you probably noticed the wind out of the northwest, it will be a breezy afternoon. we might wrap in a few flurries this afternoon, but otherwise we stay locked in with clouds and could he more sunshine, tomorrow. a chilly breeze and 29 degrees,
factor, by 5:00 it will feel more like 16 degrees and the wind district to calm down a little bit. we have 30's and 40's and could be close to 50 in the 8 day forecast. mollie: breaking news happening right now, officials at the naval medical center in san diego syrian active shooter has been reported and urging in time to quote run, hide or fight. the navy hospital posted the update on their official facebook page, saying the shooter was reported in one of the buildings on campus. the building houses offices and barracks for wounded sailors and marines as well as a gym. law enforcement arrived at the scene in patrol cars and humvees after a report of gunfire. so far there have been no reports of injuries or any arrests. we are monitoring the situation and will bring you an update as it occurs. authorities in buffalo county are holding a news conference to announce that two arrest have
long cold case there. they were arrested in connection with an arson fire in 2006. we have a crew in wapello county right now. look for an update on this story later in the newscast, as well as at our website kcci.com. turning to commitment 2016 news, a new quinnipiac university poll released this morning shows donald trump with a very slim lead over ted cruz. trump at 31%, cruz at 29%. marco rubio is in third with 13%. no other candidate is above 7% on the gop side, but the poll shows these likely caucus-goers may not be entirely committed to a candidate. 39% of those who named a candidate say they still might change their mind before the caucus. the time for polls and mud-slinging is almost over as the iowa caucuses are now less than a week away. edward lawrence has more on what the candidates are doing to win over last minute supporters. edward: with just six days to go until the first votes are cast
can see the finish line. >> we're in the final sprint. >> this is now crunch time, this is crunch time right. edward: the latest poll out this morning shows donald trump has now regained a lead in iowa but ted cruz is within the margin of error so trump isn't pulling any punches, including his favorite jab, pointing out cruz's birthplace. >> he's candadian, the man from canada. he could run right now for prime minister of canada, he'd have no problem. edward: cruz is hitting back with a series of t.v. ads, including this one aimed at iowa's evangelical voters. >> look, i am pro-choice in every respect. edward: and cruz says there's a reason the establishment is lining up behind the businessman. >> trump will cut a deal. trump will expand government spending, expand the debt. continue the cronyism. edward: the democratic side is just as tight with hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a dead heat, but sanders has been gaining ground on clinton in iowa. >> i think we are touching a nerve with the american people who understand that establishment politics is just not good enough. edward: clinton tried to reassure one young voter that
her are because she's the real change candidate. >> i've been on the front lines of change and progress since i was your age. edward: clinton trails sanders for young voters but historically that's a group that doesn't show up to caucus. mollie: schools are letting out early in marshalltown. not because of weather, but for two high profile candidates. republican front-runner donald trump is holding a rally at the marshalltown high school roundhouse gym today at 5:00 p.m. and later, hillary clinton will also hold a rally at miller middle school in marshalltown at 8:30 p.m. marshalltown school officials decided for the early out in anticipation of the extra traffic expected for the two events. our crews will be there tonight. look for updates from laura terrell tonight at 5:00, 6:00 and 10:00. bernie sanders, mike huckabee, marco rubio, and ben carson all have campaign events in the metro today.
carly fiorina will be making stops in other parts of the state as well. the woman who maintained a peace protest outside the white house for more than 30 years has died. she was a spanish immigrant known to many as connie,or conchita. her 3-decade-plus demonstration is widely thought to be the longest running political protest in u.s. history. officials say she recently suffered a fall but her immediate cause of death isn't known. there's another water crisis unfolding in the wake of water contamination in flint michigan. the head of ohio's epa is asking for a criminal investigation after the operator of the water plant allegedly failed to notify people they may be drinking contaminated water. dangerous levels of lead and copper were found in homes last summer, but no warning was given until last week. schools are canceled there for the third day in a row the state will hold health screenings for kids instead today. the treatment plant manager is denying the allegations, which include falsifying reports about
being detected in some homes last summer. a dramatic new warning issued today about the danger posed by one of the escapees in a southern california jailbreak. an orange county prosecutor is quoted as saying, "they let hannibal lecter out." authorities say the 3 escaped men are among 15 prisoners who've escaped through the roof since the jail opened in 1968. mireya villarreal has the very latest on the manhunt. >> we know somebody out there knows something. mireya: the orange county sheriff's department repeatedly asked the public for help monday and sent a message to the , vietnamese community. >> it is extremely important for them to reach out to us and let us know because they are extremely armed and dangerous. mireya: 20-year-old jonathan tieu, who is facing murder charges, is linked to a vietnamese gang. bac duong is also thought to have gang ties. the 43-year-old was being held on attempted murder charges.
accused of kidnapping and torture. in 2012, nayeri, along with an accomplice, allegedly tortured a man with fire. >> i'm scared. mireya: people who live in the community near the jail are frightened. >> if these people are that bad, how did they get out of jail? >> he is incredibly violent. jonathan: orange county -- mireya: orange county prosecutor heather brown says nayeri's trial is set for next month. >> the acts he committed are nothing short of diabolical. mireya: authorities believe the men escaped from the central men's jail friday morning. the escapees cut their way through a steel screen and entered the building's plumbing tunnels. law enforcement says the group rapelled off the roof, down nearly 5 floors, using a make-shift rope made of linens. investigators are trying to find out how they got their tools, and if they had help getting out. right now, the sheriff's does confirm no one from the office
with pay. mollie: still to come, the pope meets with iran's supreme leader, we will tell you who asked the other to pray for him. we will tell you how the congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections.
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this is iowa's news leader, this is kcci eight news at noon with mollie cooney,. mollie: in an effort to make his country more visible after a recent nuclear deal, iran's supreme leader visited pope francis at the vatican today. in doing so, the iranian leader asked pope francis to pray for him. the two talked privately this morning as part of a four-day european swing aimed to help position tehran as a player in middle east peace efforts. jonathan: the meeting between pope francis and iranian president hassan rouhani began with a handshake, and then moved to the pope's study in the vatican where rouhani gave the catholic leader a persian rug. the 40-minute discussion kicked off a european tour rouhani hopes will position iran as a key player in middle east peace
the vatican says tehran should play a major role in fighting terrorism. rouhani says his country is now the safest and most stable in the region. he wants to end decades of diplomatic distance with the west over its controversial nuclear program. iran recently agreed to limit the program in exchange for sanction relief. this is the first time in nearly two decades that a pope has met with an iranian president. pope francis told rouhani he hopes for peace, and the iranian asked the pope to pray for him. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news. mollie: to make sure the leader of the islamic republic would not be offended, the italians covered nude roman statues in museums. the u.s. has taken another step to improve relations with cuba. starting tomorrow, the treasury department is getting rid of financing restrictions on most exports. the u.s. also will allow more cuban commodities to be
while americans still can only travel to cuba under specific guidelines, they will be allowed to do more while in the country. it could be a milestone in olympic history. transgender athletes could be set to compete in this summer's olympic games, without having gender reassignment surgery. the proposed rule change by international olympic medical chiefs would establish hormone based critieria. transgender athletes have been allowed in the olympics since 2004, but only after surgery, and two years of hormone therapy. east coast cities hit hard by the massive weekend snowstorms selling evening -- getting back to normal. schools and the federal government remained closed for the most part but the subway , system is close to being fully operational. subway and bus service in new york city got back up and running much faster, while southern new jersey is cleaning up from flooding caused by the storm.
frank: thankfully, the sunshine will be back tomorrow and warming is up a little bit will stop we got some of that snow yesterday, here was a picture of some snow birds flying around. it will be nice to melt some of that snow. iowa state university, the kids are walking around. they had a big win last night and people were outside. thankfully, temperatures will be warming up, 20 degrees in the metro with wind out of the north west at evan tien and pressure on the high side as high pressure moves on in. temperatures not going anywhere, staying in the mid to upper 20's, 27 frames right now, 30 for knoxville. a neat picture of a fox out there.
on the u-local page, we would love to see your pictures. 28 by 5:00, temperatures don't go down much through the evening hours, we wake up tomorrow morning on the chilly side of evan tien degrees, but that is not a precursor of what is to come. the clouds around today, the snow off to the north and east, notice the clearing off to the west that will eventually be moving in as an area of high pressure settles in just down to the west. futurecast, you will notice the area of high pressure moving down to the south and that will mean wind out of the south west as we head throughout the day tomorrow. tuesday, today, the rest of the day looks cloudy with maybe a few flurries but notice what happens, 9:00 we start to clear out to the west and eventually that means sunshine by tomorrow morning. a light trough slice through
might bring us a few more clouds , but the main low states over the great lakes and the rest of the evening hours on wednesday should be mainly clear and more sunshine for the end of the week. 29 in the metro, those temperatures are not going anywhere, there will be a breezy day with wind out of the north and west up near 15 miles per hour. it is going to be putting a chill in the air tonight with wind chill in the teens. 17 tonight with clearing skies and there is that warm up we have been waiting for. melting some snow, thursday back near 40 and friday and saturday does not get much better than that, 46 and sunshine. the weekend looks pretty mild. we have to keep an eye on monday and tuesday, the next best chance for some monday -- next
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attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
mollie: do you need some humor to get through this weather? dr. jeff just that has just the prescription. we're talking about two big
openings. gentlemen's guide to love and murder and my funny valentine. thank you so much for coming in, are you running for president? >> i am not. mollie: gentlemen's guide, big broadway hit hits -- opens the second. >> it is the government's guide to love and murder, it won the tony awards in 2014 for best musical and it is a hilarious show about a young man who when his mother dies, learns he is the ninth in order -- he learns that his mother was a distant air to a family fortune and he is the ninth in order to be the earl of the family, so when the
unexpectedly, he realizes i can knock off the other seven and become the earl. the really funny thing about it is the other members of
the family are played by one actor, this is a really funny show. mollie: there will be other characters he takes and the emotions he brings out, just wonderful. >> it is a tour de force. it is fun and the music is fun. it won best director, best musical and best costume design. mollie: can't wait to see that, so when does it open? >> the second of february and
and is at the civic center with tickets available for all performances. mollie: the second one which also opens a week from today is my funny valentine at the temple get her. >> this was a show conceived by pat hazel who was here in 2010 and did a show called the wonder bread years. he and another actress scott: named karen morgan, she is a sin a comedienne and winner of the improv's national comic storage in 2012. they created the show. they are both married, not to each other, but this is a relatively new show and it's part of our temple comedy series and it is a very small temple theater and that opens on tuesday, the second of february and runs to the seven and tickets start at $20 and
desmoinesperformingarts.org. mollie: and they will take advice from the audience. >> yes. [laughter] it is a great weekend in downtown des moines and all of the weekend caucus people were be out of town, so the hotel rates will be back down. -- has been a big hit. his epic stage productions and it's getting a lot of press and it is a lot of fun. mollie: thank you so much for giving 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... the secretary of state who stood up for america,
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
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when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. mollie: we want to
update you on breaking news out of san diego where officials at the naval medical center had said in active shooter was reported. you are looking at a live picture right now, the navy says an initial inspection has found no sign of a man or shooting. you can find the latest on this breaking news later at 5:00 and on our website. frank is back with a look at the forecast. frank: temperatures today a
will put an extra bite in the air. 17 for the low, tonight. 35 wednesday, close 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... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.