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hillary clinton is eric: today on kcci new clues in the death of former hawkeye tyler sash. the condition he had that no one knew about. elizabeth: deadly confrontation the armed protest at an oregon wildlife refuge ends in gunfire new information overnight about what happened in the final seconds. >> i think they can do a lot better than megyn kelly. and so i am going to be making a decision with fox but i probably won't bother doing the debate. eric: and donald trump skipping the final republican debate. what he'll be doing instead and what his rivals have to say about it. >> you are watching kcci 8 news. elizabeth: also this morning overnight in jefferson a popular restaurant burns. we're following the latest developments on that as well this wednesday morning. welcome back everyone. it's 5:00 on january 27. i'm elizabeth klinge.
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it looks like we're in for some melting. metinka: we could use a little bit of a warm-up. it begins today. feeling a little bit chilly. the temp has fallen back to 16 degrees. 14 in carroll. here in des moines, we are starting out at 24 degrees, headed for 35. despite our chilly start, temps will recover nice with a little bit of sunshine. we've got more 30's and 40's on the way. by late sunday, we will be talking about sprinkles. the main system we are watching will come in on tuesday into wednesday. this does have the potential to be a pretty significant snow storm. eric: today's big stories the new york times reports former iowa hawkeye football player and oskaloosa native tyler sash suffered from cte before he was found dead at age 27 from an accidental overdose. cte is a degenerative brain
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in an interview with the new york times tyler's brother and mother said they know of several concussions he sustained during his 16 years playing football. he was cut by the new york giants in 2013 after his fifth known concussion. doctors say the severity of the cte found in sash's brain was at a 2 on a 0 to 4 scale which they say is abnormally high for someone his age. the death investigation of architect kirk a block -- blunck . blunck was found dead sunday in the stairwell of his east village office building. des moines police say one of the men who reported the death said they heard a person fall but didn't see it. the medical examiner hasn't released any additional details or findings at this point. and new developments overnight
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shaina humphries has the latest. and shaina shots were fired there overnight. shaina: eric, the fbi and oregon state police stopped several members of the group on a highway, and gunfire broke out with that group. officials say one militia member was shot and killed during the exchange. five other members were arrested during the traffic stop, including group leaders ammon and ryan bundy. three other members were arrested at two other locations. for 3 weeks now, the militia has been calling for the government to give control of public land back to locals. as of now, it appears their occupation of the wildlife refuge is still going. and a terror plot is thwarted in milwaukee. right now 23-year-old samy mohamed hamzeh is facing serious charges for allegedly plotting a mass shooting at a masonic temple there. he was found in possession of illegal machine guns and a silencer. officials say they intercepted the plot after hamzeh discussed his plans with federal informants. elizabeth: commitment 2016. two shakeups in the race for the white house. donald trump will boycott tomorrow's republican debate. and on the democratic side, bernie sanders has a meeting with president obama. nikole killion is in washington with the latest campaign
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geico -- nikole: trump's campaign says not only is trump not participating he plans to hold an event raising money for veterans to rival the debate. dumped by trump. >> fox is playing games. fox is going to make a fortune. donald trump backing out of a -- nikole: donald trump backing out of a fox news republican debate tomorrow night the last one before the iowa caucus. his reason moderator megyn kelly who tweeted out the news. >> i'm not a fan of megyn kelly. i think she's a third rate reporter. i think she frankly is not good at what she does and i think they could do a lot better than megyn kelly. nikole: in a statement fox news stood by its anchor writing he can't dictate the moderators or the questions. >> i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one-on-one debate with me. nikole: ted cruz among several gop candidates weighing in. >> i like megyn kelly. i think she does a good job. nikole: meantime democrats facing a big shakeup of their own with bernie sanders meeting today with president obama in the oval office giving a nod to his 2008 campaign.
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which is really going to stay in the history books. it was an unbelievable campaign. nikole: the white house says today's meeting will be private and there's no formal agenda. in washington, i'm nikole killion reporting. elizabeth: one presidential hopeful who is not complaining about tomorrow's gop debate rand paul. the kentucky senator is back in the main lineup along with the other top tier candidates. tomorrow's debate starts at 8:00 p.m. here in des moines at the iowa events center it's sponsored by fox news. the democrats have their own debate controversy going on right now. tuesday, one of new hampshire's top newspapers announced it's teaming up with msnbc for a democratic debate on february 4, right before that state's primary. the head of the dnc however, says it has no plans to sanction any new debates. so far martin o'malley is the only candidate to officially sign on, but a clinton spokesperson says she will join on if bernie sanders agrees to as well. clinton and sanders were both campaigning in iowa tuesday.
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middle school in marshalltown last night. she stressed the importance of the iowa caucus, reminding voters that they will be the first people in the world to express an opinion on who should be the next president. bernie sanders spoke to the united steelworkers union local 310 here in des moines, telling them he and hillary clinton have real differences of opinion in 2 areas, trade and social security. the steelworkers union has not endorsed any candidate yet, so far sanders is the only candidate to accept their invitation to speak. clinton and sanders will be making stops in iowa again today along with fellow democrat martin o'malley. on the republican side rick santorum, carly fiorina, mike huckabee, jeb bush, marco rubio, ted cruz and john kasich all have campaign stops across the state. kcci will have complete commitment 2016 coverage throughout the day, on air and online at
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two melting ahead. metinka: it is a little cool right now. 24 degrees in des moines. wind chill at 16. temperatures will recover today. noontime temperatures will be right above freezing. heading for 35 this afternoon. there may be a couple of stray flurries. no accumulation is expected. the kids will still need to bundle up. if you like 30's, maybe you love 40's. they are on the way too. notice those temperatures trend back downward because a snowstorm will be on our way. eric: more big stories now an overnight fire broke out at the pizza ranch in jefferson. these are pictures sent into us by viewer autumn barry. another viewer called us just a couple hours ago saying the fire is now out and they did see some damage to the building. we have not heard the extent of the damage or if there were any
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stick with kcci for updates on this. elizabeth: almost a decade after two people were killed in a house fire in rural wapello county, investigators now say the victims were murdered. police arrested chris yenger and zachary dye on monday in connection to the fire. officials say yenger crashed a birthday party at the house the night of the fire in 2006 and was asked to leave. that's what they believe led he and dye to start the fire that killed 20-year-old nathan messer and 22-year-old seth anderson. james lyon was the first on the scene back in 2006. >> i saw the fire up across there and the further i drove the more i realized it was a , house fire. parents not only had to go through it initially but now they have to go through the whole thing again. that is awful. that is brutal. elizabeth: yenger and dye are
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county jail on a $1.5 million bond. eric: des moines city officials unveiled new plans last night to fix a dangerous stretch of hubbell avenue on des moines' eastside. the area near east euclid and hubbell is well know for being a hot spot for broadside crashes. the city wants to rework the intersection and swap stop signs for stop lights. the plan also calls for a median along hubbell to stop drivers from turning. >> it keeps the corridor moving . however it helps address those broadside and left hand turn crashes because you don't have a lot of in and out activity along a wide varity of points along the corridor. eric: the city hopes to finalize plans find funding and complete -- finalize plans, find funding and complete the hubbell avenue changes by 2018. elizabeth: new recommendation for new moms. the kind of screening doctors will now be doing and why des moines hospitals are already ahead of the curve. eric: and a new concern for women who are pregnant. the cdc adds even more countries to the list of places threatened by the zika virus. what you need to know right
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shaina: traffic looking just fine. not too many people on the roads. if you are heading anywhere soon, you should not run into any issues. there is a mobile speed units right by the airport. i will show you where that is after the break. we are going to head outside and take a live look at the roads. this is 35/80 onto merle hay road. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents
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it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that ery child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. (crowd cheers) i'm hillary clinton,
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>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz and right now coverage with shaina humphries. elizabeth: welcome back. the time is 5:13. right now they're still cleaning up around the east coast after this weekend's blizzard. this is video from charleston , west virginia, tuesday. 3.5 feet of snow fell there and crews are still working to get all of the snow off the roads. eric: and check this out. some in new york are looking to use the snow to make some cash. they built an igloo in brooklyn and put it up on air bnb for $200 a night. that is entrepreneurial. as offers started coming in but air bnb stepped in and took it down.
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the igloo is still standing though and the builders are using it to host friends instead. that is using the snow to make some money. metinka: that is really smart. maybe we can do that early next week. this morning, our weather is all quiet. where waking up to some patchy fog. in des moines, 24 degrees. the winds will be dragging in some warmer temperatures. highs around 35 degrees. kind of a melting day out there. we will see a couple of stray flurries by this afternoon. we are headed for a storm. i want to show you that last one. where are talking about some temperature changes headed our way. and welcome warm-up is headed our way. 40's for friday and even into saturday, it is going to be beautiful. our attention is focused on that winter storm potential for early next week. most of the activity will start on tuesday. the heaviest snow arriving later
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a lot of wind up with the system . we'll keep you updated on the latest. elizabeth: new this morning a recent report reveals alzheimer's disease is on the rise and not slowing down. now local specialists are speaking out on the effects of aging on the brain. kcci's alyx sacks is following this story this morning. what kind of an increase are we talking about here? alyx: according to the alzheimer's association more than 5 million people have alzheimer's disease. that number is expected to increase 40% by 2025. because of the need to educate the public on the process, specialists from around the area are coming together to host a six-month speaker series at drake university. a geriatric physician exports the idea of a healthier lifestyle and the fuji eat to brain -- from the food you eat to brain exercises to combat the negative effects of aging.
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conjunction with the current series, death and dying. he says this is a necessary dialogue, because talking about death and aging feels like it has become taboo. >> ways in which they die tend to be a lot more peaceful. it's a bit odd in a christian culture like our own that we struggle so much with the end of our lives. alyx: the next program is that -- is february 23. coming up what local business leaders who help alzheimer's patients are seeing. the gaps they are hoping this series can help address. that story at 5:30. elizabeth: this morning there are new health recommendations that would impact all mothers in the u.s. a government task force is now calling on doctors to screen pregnant women and new mothers for depression. new data shows one in seven women experience depression during and immediately after
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here in the metro hospitals have actually been ahead of the curve. both mercy medical center and unitypoint health have conducted depression screenings for the past eight years. now health care providers across the state may have to follow their lead. >> if we do miss those red flags and they come up that's where you hear those stories on the news of things gone terribly wrong with postpartum depression. elizabeth: local mother heidi anfinson was convicted of drowning caps on, -- drowning her son, leaving his body in saylorville lake. her case gained national attention in 1998 leading to widespread awareness of how to identify and prevent post-partum depression. shaina: sticking with health news now, new developments right now in the zika virus. world health officials are warning travelers specifically pregnant women to take extra precautions if traveling to latin america or the caribbean. the zika virus is spread by a specific species of mosquito that has not yet been found in the united states. symptoms are mild in most
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like an abnormally small head and underdeveloped brain. right now the cdc is advising pregnant women to avoid traveling to countries where that virus is active. the city of flint, michigan, getting more help in the middle of its water crisis. companies like walmart, pepsi, coca-cola and nestle have all pledged to deliver nearly 200 truckloads of bottled water to the city. that includes 6.5 million bottles of water for thousands of school children. flint drinking water is contaminated with lead and not useable or drinkable. and right now ford is recalling nearly 400,000 ford ranger pickup trucks because of faulty airbag inflators linked to takata airbags. this comes after a driver was killed when an airbag inflator exploded in his 2006 ranger. the affected trucks are from the 2004 to 2006 model years. u.s. regulators recently expanded a takata airbag recall to include five million more vehicles. eric: more economic news now bloomberg business reports meredith is close to walking away from a merger attempt with
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a termination agreement between the two companies could reportedly be announced as soon as today. if meredith lets go of the merger attempt nexstar would buy media general for a previously agreed upon $2.3 billion. thousands of pork producers will be in downtown des moines today and tomorrow for the iowa pork congress. the nation's largest winter swine trade show runs from 9:00 this morning until 5:00 this afternoon at the iowa events center. several seminars will be held throughout the day and tonight the iowa pork producers association will hold their annual banquet to honor the new class of master pork producers. on wall street, markets had a good day tuesday. the dow ended the day up 282 points. the nasdaq gained about 49. the s&p 500 added more than 26. it turns out all-day mcmuffins are bringing in big bucks for mcdonald's. the fast-food giant says sales jumped nearly 6% in the fourth quarter of 2015. in addition to all-day breakfast
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value menu, digital app to help find deals and kiosks that let you create your own burger have helped boost sales. mcdonalds is also testing new food items at some stores including sweet potato fries and mac-and-cheese. elizabeth: it is hard to go wrong with mac & cheese. the time is 5:20. we want to check in with metinka. metinka: the big meltdown begins today. temperatures finally climbing back above freezing here to 24 now in des moines. we could use a warm-up. headed for 35 this afternoon. you still have to dress for winter conditions. it looks like a pretty good day overall. it is going to be breezy. you might see things melting, it might be cooler with the wind. temps are falling test tips have fallen back into the teens. 18 degrees in fort dodge. also watching some fog that has
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this ability has dropped to three miles. watch for that. we've got skies that are clearing up. clouds moving east of i-35. as we lose that blakely -- that blanket of clouds, temperatures have been falling. bringing northern iowa a couple of stray flurries by later on this afternoon. it should not impact our weather too much. we will have a southwest wind today. it is on to stay nice right into the weekend, despite some very fast-moving systems mainly staying up to the north. the weather is going to try to get more organized off to the west. where talking about the potential for a snowstorm. -- we are talking about the potential for a snowstorm. a little bit chilly there. feeling like 16 degrees. we have a south wind at seven.
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that brees is going to be ushering in those warmer temps. mid 40's friday and saturday. we will take it. by sunday, we will have a few sprinkles in the forecast. temperatures are trending downward. that whole system moves in here. it is good to bring in a lot of snow for someone in the midwest. stay tuned for updates. eric: thank you, metinka. elizabeth: will check in with shaina. how's it looking? shaina: there are not many people on the roads. there are a few mobile speed units. elizabeth: the new way one iowa community is tackling the
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kcci. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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eric: welcome back to kcci. taking a look now at news around iowa officials are investigating a crash that killed a man in tama county monday. 52-year-old david alan ashburn of malcom was found pinned inside a chevy pickup truck. tama county sheriff's deputies say the truck left the icy road and hit a culvert. ashburn was taken to grinnell hospital where he died of his injuries. elizabeth: in cedar rapids the city council created a new task force aimed to study the link between poverty and violence in their community. it is called the set task force . "set" standing for safe equitable and thriving. the task force will determine what role poverty and other factors play in the violence and suggest ways the city, schools and other community groups can address the problem. this effort comes after an incident last september when a 14-year-old boy shot and killed
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>> it's one thing to look at gun violence singularly, but we think we can be more effective if we take a broader approach. a deeper look if you will a systemic look at some of the problems we face. >> as a community we need to address job creation and employment. we need to address housing. we need to address just a whole system of poverty. elizabeth: the task force says they will spend several months studying the root causes of the violence. the city council wants a preliminary report in june and a final report next december. eric: iowa hawkeye football coaching legend hayden fry will soon be standing full time in coralville. the city council there is planning to bring a life-sized bronze statue of fry to the iowa river landing district. mayor john lundell says the $36,000 statue should be ready for unveiling by the annual fry-fest in september to mark the beginning of football season.
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branstad and lt. governor kim reynolds will attend the condition of the national guard address. that will be given in the house chamber at the statehouse this morning at 10:00. elizabeth: more new stories ahead in our next half hour. the latest from oregon the armed protest still continuing despite the arrest of the group's leader and a deadly confrontation with police. plus new information in the death of prominent des moines architect kirk blunck. and we're still following the overnight fire in jefferson. what a kcci viewer saw at the scene ahead. eric: plus they slide in steal and slide back out. the warning you need to hear before you leave for work today next. 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. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions.
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by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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>> the most-watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. sen. cruz: if he's unwilling to stand on the debate stage with the other candidates, then i would like to invite donald right now. eric: trump won't debate, so ted cruz extends a different kind of invitation. with iowa on the line, see the last-minute manuevering by the candidates. you can see our caucus clock here, counting down, 5 days until the caucuses. in the lead up has been very long but it's almost here. welcome back everyone, i'm eric hanson. elizabeth: i'm elizabeth klinge,
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clear off your driveway yet, it sounds like mother nature will take care of it. metinka: there will be some melting so today's the start of the nice warm up we've been waiting for. right now it is still a little chilly at 24 degrees and we have wind chills and the teens we are heading for 35 this afternoon with sunshine and may flurries across nothing iowa. -- across northern iowa. by friday and saturday, highs will be in the mid 40's so a big meltdown is heading our way. that comes just before this next snow maker comes. we are looking at moderate to heavy snowfall and a lot of wind so stay tuned. shaina: right now, back to those new developments in oregon. it appears the armed standoff at a wildlife refuge is still on this morning. after one person was killed. but it's not clear how many protestors are still there. this video shows the moment several of the protestors were arrested last night. they were stopped by the fbi as they headed to a community meeting.
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leader ammon bundy. officials said two protestors refused to surrender and shots were fired, unclear who fired first. the group's spokesman, lavoy finicum was the one killed. also right now, new information overnight in the death of prominent des moines architect kirk blunck. the polk county medical examiner told the register the death is suspicious. the 62-year-old was found at the bottom of a stairwell in an east village office building over the weekend. police said one person did hear a person fall but did not see it. the medical examiner says there are no indications he was assaulted. we're also following the overnight fire that damaged the pizza ranch restaurant in jefferson, these photos sent us to by a kcci viewer. it happened around midnight, several departments called in to put out the blaze. viewers told us they could see quite a bit of damage inside. we'll be checking with firefighters there on the cause. and tyler sash's family is reacting to the new report showing the former hawkeye football star had cte. the degenerative brain disease has been linked to concussions in football.
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his brain to be tested for cte following his death in september. those tests showed an abnormally high level of cte for his age, 27. sash suffered multiple concussions over the years. during high school football at iowa and during his two years with the giants. sash's mother barnetta said the finding explains his irregular behavior before his death, "the part of the brain that controls impulses, decision-making and reasoning was damaged badly." the medical examiner has ruled sash died from an accidental overdose of painkillers. elizabeth: turning to commitment 2016 news. just one day before the next republican debate, donald trump says he'll boycott the event hosted by fox news channel. trump's move comes with less than a week before the iowa caucuses. don champion has more on why the frontrunner dropped out. don: the latest escalation in tensions came after fox news released this press release tuesday. saying in part, "we learned from a secret back channel that the
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to treat donald trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president." the statement set the republican presidential front-runner off. trump: when they sent out the wiseguy press releases a little while ago done by some pr person along with roger ailes, i said bye bye. don: trump has been at odds with fox news since the first gop debate. angry at host, megyn kelly, for allegedly questioning him unfairly. kelly: trump is not used to not controlling things, but the uth is, he doesn't get to control the media. don: in a statement, the network says trump is still welcome at thursday night's event and will be treated fairly. don champion cbs news new york. elizabeth: trump's camp says instead of going to the debate he'll host a fundraising event for wounded veterans. on the democratic side. hillary clinton's campaign is pushing bernie sanders for another debate. it would take place after iowa, but before new hampshire on february 9th.
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the dnc. and right now sanders' campaign says he has no plans to take part. the new debate was announced tuesday, citing "overwhelming" calls from voters for another forum before the february 9th primary. clinton and sanders will be campaigning in iowa again today, along with fellow democrat martin o'malley. on the republican side, rick santorum, carly fiorina, mike huckabee, jeb bush, marco rubio, ted cruz and john kasich all have campaign stops across the state today. eric: more big stories. a deadly house fire from 10 years ago is now a murder case. spec. agt. motsinger: it just goes to show, when people think they get away with murder, we are always there. eric: wapello county authorities arrested chris yenger and zachary dye on monday. both are charged in the 2005 fire that killed 20-year-old nathan messer and 22-year-old seth anderson. authorities say the two were involved in an altercation at the house and were asked to
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and believe that may be the reason the pair set the deadly fire. des moines has unveiled new plans to fix the east euclid and hubbell intersection. the area is well known for crashes. plans call for re-working the intersection and swapping stop signs for stop lights. the plan also calls for a median along hubbell in the area of east euclid to stop drivers from turning. they hope the whole project will be done by 2018. elizabeth: you still have to bundle out there this morning. metinka: folks down in western iowa, it is a little chilly. 24 in des moines. we are waking up to clouds moving out and we will see sunshine. temperatures will respond nicely to a gusty southwest wind dragging and warmer temperatures. highs near 35 although we cannot
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and we do have a great trend of whether heading our way temperature wise toward the weekend. 40's are on the way and 46 saturday. winter makes a comeback next week. eric: new this morning, local specialists are preparing central iowa for an increase in alzheimer's patients. kcci's alyx sacks is here. how common is alzheimer's degree -- disease? alyx: more common than you think. that number is expected to increase rapidly as the baby boomer generation gets older. kent zimmerman: the boomer generation is aging. in that process, they are starting to question their own longevity. as well as the fact that they are now dealing with aging parents. they are getting a double whammy. if we could help facilitate through education, their ability to do with those issues.
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educate the population and the aging process, experts are coming together to host a free six-month speaker series at drake university. they are a provider of care in des moines and the ceo says over time, families don't know where to turn next to address aging issues with their loved ones. they say it's important to know what to expect in advance and addressing health issues is very important. mark teigland: i think most people are somewhat a little bit scared of the aging process and it's a little bit of an unknown and so yes resources are very important when it comes to where do we turn next and where can we go. too often, people wait until it's too late and it's a crisis situation. alyx: the speaker series is open to the public and free to attend. we look at what is to come in the speaker series. alyx sacks, kcci eight news. elizabeth: ahead, a heartbreaking loss. eric: a high school principal loses her life, but saves the
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her final act of bravery. elizabeth: plus, stunning video. the lesson police hope all drivers learn after watching it. eric: and vote for your favorite super bowl ad. this one made us laugh, especially elizabeth. see more ahead on kcci. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
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>> this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz, and right-now coverage
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metinka: good morning. the weather is quiet. patchy fog across western iowa and 24 in des moines. temperatures will warm up of freezing with sunshine and afternoon clouds and maybe a stray flurry across northern iowa. temperatures will keep getting better toward the weekend, even mid 40's are on the way toward friday and saturday. next week looks more active and more like winter. there is a potential for a winter storm moving in by tuesday with heavy snow coming by tuesday afternoon and evening. that will create hazardous travel conditions toward tuesday and wednesday of next week. there's a lot of wind with the system and the potential for moderate to heavy snow as well. shaina: thanks metinka. more new stories, a high school principal in indianapolis is being remembered this morning for an incredible act of bravery. principal susan jordan was
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after school when one bus suddenly lurched forward and hit jordan and two 10-year-olds. she had just enough time to push other students out of the way. jordan was killed, the two students seriously injured. right now police are calling it a freak accident. they don't know why the bus jumped the curb. elizabeth: in florida, police hoping this dramatic video hits home! a trooper on the side of the highway is hit by a drunk driver. officials released this video as part of their move over campaign, telling drivers if emergency vehicles are on the side of the road, you must move over one lane, or slow down. the trooper was injured. he's still recovering. eric: and check out this video. police say these gas station sliders are striking around the country. they 'slide' into an unlocked vehicle, steal some items, and
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resident, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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welcome back to kcci... beloved character actor abe vigoda has died... vigoda was a veteran of the stage when he got his big hollywood break in 1972 as mobster sal tessio in "the godfather". he then moved to television... earning three emmy nominations for the sitcom "barney miller". in 1982... his career seemed to come to an end when people magazine mistakenly reported that he passed away. vigoda died in his sleep at his daughter's new jersey home at
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a t-v classic is heading to the big screen. paramount is developing a movie based on the long-running t-v series "little house on the prairie." michael landon and melissa gilbert starred in the pioneer family show that ran from 1974 to 1983. and if you've been wanting a delorean... you may be in luck! the car made famous by the "back to the future" movies will soon be in production once again! a delorean hasn't been built in about 35-years. for the first time the car will be manufactured on american soil... the company will build replica 1982 deloreans under a low volume manufacturing bill. you can buy a refurbished model for 45 to 55 thousand dollars. and the new ones are expected to sell for less than one-hundred- thousand dollars... by next year! more great tv tonight too... all new episodes of 2 broke girls,
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followed by kcci 8 news at ten and the late show with stephen colbert! kcci 8 news this morning is live with new overnight news... here's what we're working on for 6am! it is a devastating disease that has no cure... yet, 5 million people have it... i'm alyx sacks... after the break... how local specialists are addressing alzheimer's and issues related to aging. we'll take a live look out at the roads now... this is 35-80 @ highway 141 . have a great wednesday
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there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one.
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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.
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