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as we head into saturday, a fairly nice day. then it gets bumpy after that. tonight for a january night, not too bad out there. a few clouds rotating on through. tomorrow morning we'll start out around 30, by noon, 40. looks like a high of 45. not a tremendous amount of sunshine. might be a couple hour window of sunshine late in the morning hour through the early afternoon. so those mid 40's on saturday. then a fast moving system on sunday. we'll see a chance for some light showers early. i think we could mix it in a snow flake or two. a high 39 sunday. winds pick up as the day goes along. you might get a dusting of snow north of highway 20. then that big system is spinning out in the pacific ocean but sliding our way with
across iowa. stacey: new tonight, the top polling republican candidate wasn't even in iowa today. steve k: no, donald trump was in new hampshire today boasting about how his move to skip the g.o.p. debate in des moines was the right thing. he's also continuing his crusade against his nearest republican rival. ted cruz. donald trump: ted cruz may not be a u.s. citizen, right? but he's an anchor baby. he's an anchor baby. he's an anchor baby in canada. anchor babies. they just waited a long time. iowa tomorrow with events planned in clinton and dubuque. stacey: ted cruz crisscrossed iowa today, completing his 99-county tour across the state. cruz says meeting with voters close to where they live is a winning strategy. at his stop in ring steady he encouraged the crowd to caucus for him. ted cruz: i want to ask
[laughter] now, we're not democrats. [laughter] i'm not suggesting voter fraud. but if everyone here gets nine other people to show up monday night, will you have voted 10 times. that is how we win. steve k: marco rubio is also encouraging iowans to get out and caucus. he held a town hall event today in clinton. before that, rubio was also in muscatine where he was asked about ted cruz's caucus strategy. marco rubio: ted is the frontrunner here. he's spent a lot of time and money. has 10,000 volunteers working on his behalf on the ground. we're just going to work really hard. we feel very good about the growth of our campaign. steve k: did ben carson also in iowa tonight. he critiqued his performance in last night's debate saying he wasn't as entertaining as the other candidates. ben carson: it reminds me a little bit of ancient roam.
where everybody wanted to go to the colosseum and see the blood and gore while their society was crumbling around them. stacey: we also learned today jeb bush will not host any postcaucus parties in iowa. instead he will be campaigning in new hampshire. today bush did make a campaign stop in sioux city. his campaign leaders tell us there's a good reason he's not sticking around after monday night. >> it's really a decision that's more practical than political. because we should have a pretty significant snow event on tuesday. stacey: chris christie will also not be hosting an iowa party following monday's caucuses. christie acknowledged his low ranking in the polls but he says low expectations leave room for surprise. christie held a town hall event in burlington tonight. he told the crowd he's serious about our statement >> you know that i'm serious about iowa because of one very, very important factor. i have brought with me the first lady of the state of new jersey.
[applause] the reinforcements have arrived, everybody. [laughter] things get really tough, i just hand the microphone to her. steve k: four two former iowa caucus winners ams making their last minute pitches here. former senator rick santorum says iowans should take a good look at who's leading the polls. rick santorum: i think you saw it in the debate last night with one of the front runners. i think a lot of folks are starting to think about, well, this is real bullets. this is actually, we're going recommend to the country who should be the commander in chief. steve k: the 2008 caucus winner mike huckabee says ted cruz is a flip flopper. former arkansas governor is questioning whether the texas senator can be trusted. mike huckabee: when a person changes views time after time and is always moving with the plit acal wind vein when a person is a thermometer instead of a thermostat, that person's not a leader. you can't trust them. steve k: on the democratic side, bernie sanders continued
stacey: he held a rally tonight in davenport, before the event he spoke to a crowd in mount pleasant where sanders said caucus turnout is going to make the difference in his iowa campaign. >> on monday night, i hope that you will come out, i hope that will you give thought to supporting my candidacy. because the eyes of this country are going to be on iowa. and if we win this election, it's going to be a very, very close election, if will depend on voter turnout. stacey: hillary clinton along with former president bill clinton held a rally in davenport tonight. also tonight the white house confirms for the first time that clinton's unsecured home server contained some top secret material. the state department will release more emails from clinton's time as secretary of state later friday. clinton talked about the email issue in an interview before tonight's rally. >> i said that i should have made a different choice because
but the facts are that i never emailed anything that was considered classified. it wasn't marked classified. and i just think that at the end of the day, everybody's going to know that i asked to have all these made public. i'd love for them to be public. i'd love for people to see what i did. and i hope that will happen. stacey: clinton's campaign is also questioning the secrecy of the messages saying the emails originated and remained on the state department's unclassified system. just three days out, central iowans are honoring leaders in the black community and speaking out about important issues that they want to hear from presidential candidates who are crisscrossing the state. steve k: ryan smyth is just back from a big event called i'll make me a world in iowa. reporter: one local leader told me tonight iowa may be the fifth whitest state in the country, but this weekend is an important opportunity to put minority issues in the national spotlight. with all eyes on iowa, african-american leaders gathering tonight at a black tie gala.
we have a problem in america. reporter: wayne ford, founder of the forum, says hillary clinton is making criminal justice reform a priority. >> we got young black men who are scared to walk around in their own neighborhoods. you talk about terrorists, there's many in the inner city where black people are scared to walk around. reporter: in a somewhatting move it was the republican debate that put race relations front and center last night. senator rand paul stating america's war on drugs has disproportionately affected minority communities. >> what we need to do is make sure the war on drugs is equal protection under the law and that we don't unfairly incarcerate another generation of young african-american males. reporter: centian smith called the moment refreshing. >> to hear him talk about the social inequalities of the war on drugs and basically having cops target young black americans, kind of like shock med to hear him say that. but i guess in time some people will say their truth. reporter: as a small business owner in the drake neighborhood -- >> we're looking for education
reporter: tina turner says she is she and most of her clients have their eyes on the two democratic front runners. >> they have definitely touched some of the criteria that we're looking for. not only as a minority. but as the american people itself. reporter: many tonight applauding senator rand paul's call for the republican party to take part in what he says is very much needed criminal justice reform. steve k: thank you. as we count down to the caucuses, here's a reminder to tune in to kcci on monday night. we'll be live all night long, starting at 6:30 until the final raults -- results come in. we'll also have crews at all the big campaign watch parties. and we'll be live inside a democratic and republican caucus. to see exactly what goes on. tonight's special hour-long kcci news at 10:00 is just getting started. stacey: still to come, the legendary des moines barbeque joint that's back open for this
steve k: plus, they could swing the caucuses. why special attention is being paid to iowa's small town voters. stacey: and caucus craziness. where all the outside press is spending their time in des moines. reporter: then, jerry seinfeld. >> we came back from a family vacation which i call let's pay a lot of money to go fight in a hotel. the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this,
in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce
drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] steve k: small town voters can swing the iowa caucuses. that's why we caught up with some
folks in ogden. we listened in as two friends talked about politics. one man likes bernie sanders because he says sanders is honest. the other says he prefers donald trump. he's not sure about trump's ability to be a political leader but he does like trump's no-nonsense attitude. >> we don't take sales pitches. we want the honest truth, straight up. even if we don't like, it that's what we want. straight up truth. steve k: tonight the fox debate last night brought in thousands of media members to the city of des moines. stacey: along with all the campaign workers, they have a few days before the caucuses.
we found one interesting distraction that they are all flocking to. reporter: many iowans take
caucusing very seriously. but not every iowan. campaign workers won't slow down for the weekend. journalists still have stories to turn to make their bosses happy. but at night, they leave their hotel rooms in search of something to do. george formaro is the chef behind some of des moines' most recognizable raft traunts. he's served people like bernie sanders, and hollywood types like jamie lee curtis. >> the young people that work here and serve here, this is the coolest thing ever. sometimes they're down on living in des moines. and then they're like, des moines' the coolest place on earth. they're bumping into all these people. reporter: many journalists have found an unexpected diversion
caucus the musical is playing through next week. >> we actually create art in iowa. it's pretty good. reporter: we got reversal video this month of the hilarious take on the goofier side of iowa's caucuses who have drawn media who want to watch the show and want an interview. >> this is my 15th. we have another dozen scheduled for the next couple of days. reporter: this is ford's fourth caucus the musical. of course the characters change every cycle. >> squinlts, does this and he does this with his hands. i think it's more about the hair. and the facial and the hands. reporter: the fan favorite this year is ronald blunt. if you feel like you recognize him -- you do. >> i am going to make this country great again. rather than the festering hell hole it has become with that terrorist kenyan in the white house. reporter: he told me his face is actually pretty sore by the end of this show.
have been sold out. there are tickets available for sunday's show. caucus the musical runs through next saturday. stacey: thank you. we do forget how special it is to have caucus time here. steve k: it is. speaking of special, special meteorologist. meteorologist: thank you. i thought you were going another direction, my friend. thanks for the compliment. a few clouds out and about. temperatures are pretty mild. i was just outside checking things. it's 39 degrees. that's not bad. wind chill, 33. west winds at nine. current readings near freezing. mason city at 33. still hanging on to the 40's down in council bluffs. 36 degrees in the metro. a cool start but not bad for january. 6:00 a.m., 30. 32, partly sunny, 9:00 a.m. then the clouds move back in. not as much wind tomorrow. southwest winds about five to 10. we'll be around 40 degrees at noon. a high tomorrow, 45. still hanging on to those 40's as we move into 6:00 p.m. we had sunshine throughout the day.
through. we'll have on and off cloud cover tomorrow. there's one system spinning by to the north, a fast moving system out west that will slide through here on sunday. but if you're traveling tomorrow, near 60. kansas city, st. louis, dry weather, chicago, 47. little bit of a mix for minneapolis back through rapid city. 60's for the third day in a row down in kansas. so here's future cast. some clouds to the north. these clouds will drop on in through the early morning. we'll see some sunshine and then high clouds will move over the top once again. tomorrow. saturday night, dry. early sunday morning, here's that line of rain. although i think at times we doics -- we could mix in some wet snow flakes. any accumulation would probably be north of highway 20. and it would be very light. dry by sunday afternoon. we move into monday. some sunshine early and then p.m. notice dry for caucus out there.
into tuesday, here comes the snow. and it will just intensify as the day goes along on tuesday. i do want to point out, though, it may hang on as rain in southeastern iowa. at least through midday. so, snowfall totals these are just general amounts. but i think anywhere here in heavy band, six inches plus. i'm talking plus. and then around this pink area here, four inches plus. and this is an early look with the lightest amounts where they'll have some rain in northwestern iowa. right now. a lot could change between now and tuesday. 30 degrees, partly cloudy tomorrow, 45. partly sunny. southwest winds at five to 10. fast moving system early on sunday. caucus, 37 for a high on monday. but your forecast for when everybody's out and about, heading to their locations, 33 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 30.
it is the snow on tuesday and then later in the day tuesday into wednesday, there's going to be some tremendous wind, so blowing snow could be a big issue. and then colder air to finish out the week. stacey: it's not just the caucuses. we're also counting down to the super bowl. joik yes we are and a move -- stoib yes, we are -- steve k: yes, we are. this is called dabbing. panther fans showed off their dabbing skills at a retirement home in thomasville, north carolina. the citizenses say they don't just dab for fun. it's also part of their exercise routine. from dabbing to dunking. it is a big night for high school hoops. stacey: our sports department has all the action coming up next.
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too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. reporter: hello there and welcome to week four of friday night hoops here on iowa sports leader. thanks so much for joining us. we've got highlights and reaction to eight games around central iowa. plus all the scores from our viewing area on the ticker at the bottom of the screen. but we begin with our game of the week. this one was a no-brainer. any time you get valley and dowling battling in west des
camera there. check out what will likely be a great game. doesn't matter, football, girls basketball, boys basketball, whatever the sport, when they get-go head-to-head, it is must-see tv. we were there tonight as the boys squared off in our game of the week. reporter: valley taking on dowling. need
i say more? the battle for west des moines is here. and the battle for west des moines is really, really loud. >> let's go! reporter: both fan bases were fired up for this one. first quarter, keep an eye on charlie crowley. he's 6'7", so get out of his way. huge block early tonight in game. but doweling would catch fire. drainow from three-point land. the maroons took the lead. back come the tigers. from deep. curie shoots it like steph curry, making it look easy. that's good for the triple. dowling would pull away in the second half. dowling catholic hands jal their first loss of the season.
obviously like you said, the rivalry is big. tonight, we had a little bit of a chip on our shoulder. everybody had been talking about them. we felt like we had a pretty good team too. reporter: thank you very much. more boys basketball, waukee hosting ankeny. it was a long night for the warriors. nothing, meanwhile, ankeny would pull ahead in the second half. drew match of. ankeny rolls over waukee. final score in this one, 79-60. the old metro team head-to-head tonight. roosevelt and north. charles zander wants the most out of the rough riderses. what he saw was a great first quarter from the polar bears. a little cherry picking. out behind the defense. the long pass and lays in for two. roosevelt took a long time to score.
ben norman. they had several more field goals. right through the defense. lays it in for two. but north just too much in this one. english had 28 points. here come two of them. also on the breakaway, number one gets through the defense and gets it to the rim. north winds 88-62. a really cool scene tonight up at dallas center-grimes high school. the mustangs officially retired the baseball jersey of alum tony watson. tony left to play baseball at nebraska and worked his walk through the minor leagues until he found his calling as a lefty reliever for the pittsburgh pirates. he was a major league all-star last year. and since he was already there, we let him take the mike and let him call the highlights of the game. it's our you make the call game. >> tony, tony, tony! >> this is tony watson for you
early action, newton had the early lead. you want to see fearless? better ran's, he scores inside the lane. newton with some great passing. newton looking good early. heritage, too strong. newton goes on to win. boo. >> tony! tony! tony! reporter: thank you very much. at least the home fans were happy to see their famous alum. our final boys game, p.c.m. visiting north polk. luke greiner gets the rebound and puts it in. the mustangs up 9-0er8. sheldon speers with a massive rejection. get it out! but it ends up in rampton's hands.
reporter: welcome back to friday night hoops here. time to check out girls basketball action. our game of the week for the boys, valley-dowling catholic. the girls also marquee matchup. two of the best teams in 5-a. 5-a's just going to be a fantastic rock bite down the stretch. this is dowling's daniel with the steal and the lay-in off the lazy pass. valley comes right back, though. wide open in the corner. too easy. the southpaw. rips the triple. this game was close. down two, the final minute. dowling, baseline jumper. knocks it down. tremendous player for the maroons. but fuller and company just too much in this one. fuller here. in the corner. right near your living room. valley outlasted dowling 48-44.
state of iowa. we love the fans that come out to support us. i'm just happy for our kids. they worked really hard this week. >> it's awesome. it's a great atmosphere, having the whole gym packed. it's loud, it's crazy, it's so fun. it's a great win for us. reporter: more 5-a girls action. waukee at home against the ankeny hawkettes. littlefield knocks home the jumper. ankeny got down big early. nice passing, though. sara mccullough for the finish inside. no match for the defending champions, though. mat leonie with the steal and -- mataloni with the steal and score. waukee rolls 83-38 over ankeny. our final stop, southeast polk up in ankeny taking on centennial. abby penquite goes baseline. you might want to guard her.
then ashton donnells playing great d. quick hands, gets the steal. the jets going the other way. finisheses it off for two. 18-12 now. centennial had the answer. kendall -- kendyl lindaman inside. a nice post move. bucket and the foul. she knocks it down. centennial would continue to fight. and they would protect the home floor. jaguars win a tight one, 34-31 the final, over southeast polk. women's college basketball tonight. the drake bulldogs, go bradley, beat the braves 76-64. another huge day for wendell. northern iowa loses at loyala. final score, 64-60. and it went to overtime in the iowa wild come out on top. wild beat the charlotte checkers 5-4 in o.t. same two teams tomorrow afternoon. that's it for friday night
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just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. stacey: the country of kosovo opened its first diplomatic office in des moines this morning. the official announcement between city leaders and the kosovo government was made at
partnership offices downtown. the consulate is part of a relationship between iowa and kosovo, which started in 2011 with joint missions with the iowa national guard. >> willing in the heart of america to reach out to the rest of the world. stacey: the new consulate will be in the court avenue business suites at 309 court avenue. for one weekend only, a legendary des moines barbeque joint is back in business. steve k: big daddy's is open this caucus weekend only. over on east 14th street in des moines. this afternoon dozens of people stopped by to grab some lunch. the family tells us they have heard from a lot of people who miss big daddy's after it closed down several years ago. >> for the iowa caucus we decided to open and people are coming up asking us, when are you going to open again, we miss you, can you open back up again? we're just glad to be able to be open for the three days. steve k: i was hoping they
california inmates stacey: welcome back to a special hour-long edition of kcci 8 news at 10:00. republican presidential frontrunner donald trump is taking a victory lap in
new hampshire today. steve k: whice hill -- while his rivals are here in iowa. the story from washington. reporter: the campaigns are in overdrive. hitting multiple cities with
persuade voters to show up on caucus day. while the rest of the field focuses on iowa -- >> i don't even think you have to campaign anymore. why am i even wasting my time? reporter: donald trump flew to new hampshire for a day of campaigning. that included attacking his closest rival. using an offensive term referring to babies born to noncitizen parents. >> ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada. it is a problem for him by the way. i think that's one of the reasons he's crashing.
i think that's one of the reasons he's a nervous wreck too. reporter: cruz made the rounds in rural iowa and accused trump of pandering to iowa voters. >> it's easy to come to iowa and propose, as donald trump did let's expand the ethanol mandate. now, next week he maiava different position. reporter: marco rubio and other g.o.p. contenders appealed for support across the hawkeye state. >> i ask you to caucus for me. >> i hope you'll caucus for me. reporter: some iowa republicans remain undecided. or say they could change their mind.
decided, tick tock, tick tock. reporter: the democratic candidates are also making their final pitches. >> for those of who you are still shopping, trying to make up your mind, i hope i can persuade you. >> it is our campaign that is generating the excitement and the interest for a large voter turnout. reporter: and turn out will be key. now, analysts say the iowa caucus has traditionally been a very good predictor of how well democratses will do and a poor predictor of how things will go for republicans. steve k: after donald trump's comments earlier today, the cruz campaign released a statement saying the only anchor in this race is the one being dragged behind the ship new york values, causing donald trump's campaign to stall out. stacey: immediatey -- media from around the world in iowa to cover the caucuses.
he said anything possible on monday night. reporter: if this is a caucus on the republican side that is like every other caucus, turnout all around the state, organizing precinct captains, all the fundamentals, ted cruz is still the odds-on favorite. but if donald trump has changed the math, changed the dynamic and the conversation, he could be the winner here and if he's the winner here, not many republicans i know believe he can do anything other than secure the nomination. steve k: on the democratic side, hillary clinton's emails are again making headlines on the campaign trail. the state department now says some of the emails on her home server did contain top secret information. nancy has the story. >> hello, everybody! reporter: just before clinton took the stage in dubuque, state department spokesman announced that seven email chains from her private account totaling 37 pages were being upgraded to top secret. >> in consultation with the intelligence community, we are
we believe it's the prudent, responsible thing to do. reporter: top secret is one of the highest levels of classification, reserved for material that, if released, would cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security . the emails resided on clinton's private server at her home in new york for years. until she turned over 55,000 pages at the department's request. >> i did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. there is no classified material. reporter: in a statement today, her campaign called the move over-classification run amok. the result of bureaucratic infighting. arguing that in at least one case, the emails appear to involve information from a published news article. kirby would not share the topic of the emails or whether clinton was the center -- sender or receiver. >> i'm not going to get into debating or discussing
reporter: he said the emails will be with held from public view. and not blacked out piecemeal like hundreds of other clinton emails that have already been released. the clinton campaign argues these emails should be released. at least in part. but an intelligence official tells cbs news that some of the information is so sensitive that clinton and her aides should have known never to discuss it on an unsecure system in the first place. steve k: the republican presidential candidates are reacting tonight to the clinton email story. senator marco rubio says, this is just another reason why clinton is not qualified to be the commander in chief. >> i haven't seen that report yet. so i wouldn't want to comment on it. what we know already is there was highly classified information on her server. what i know for a fact is that if a member of my staff on the intelligence committee had done that, they'd have been fired and probably would have been prosecuted. steve k: jeb bush was also attacking clinton from the campaign trail today at an event in carroll.
clinton could be trusted. >> i give her respect of being intelligent, knowledgeable, policy-oriented. she has the set of detailed plans that are very different than mine. but she's, you know, she's sincere in that regard. she believe what is she believes. i can give her credit for honesty and trustworthyness. spoik he also said he believes clinton will have a hard time restoring some degree of trust with the american people. stacey: the day after the caucuses a lot of people will be trying to get out of iowa as soon as they can to follow the campaigns on to new hampshire. for most of them, that means tuesday morning. >> some japanese reporters i talked to wanted to see me tuesday but they said it's got to be before noon because they have 3:00 flights out of cree car rapids. they could not -- cree car rapids. they could not -- ceder rapids. they could not get a flight out
meteorologist: a lot of this system is still out in the central pacific. it has a long way to go. right now it looks like the caucus forecast will be dry. mostly cloudy, 5:00 p.m., 33, 7:00 p.m., 30. 9:00 p.m., 29. our saturday in the mid 40's. partly sunny skies. south wind. there is a fast moving system on sunday, we could see a light mix early on. maybe a little accumulation of snow up in northern iowa. 39 degrees on sunday. the winds will get gusty as the day goes along. what is a blizzard think? wanted to show you this. we may be talking about this next week. you have to have snow on the ground or snow flying through the air, so snow to blow, winds over 35 miles per hour and low visibility. all that for three hours or more. if you waited around during this hour, going to roll some of those totals for you. try to be a little more specific. now, i do want to point out, this is through noon. noon on tuesday. there could be more on the way. but our latest computer model, bringing a band of six, seven inches from the metro off to
and southwest with lighter amounts north and south southeast. so a system watch. we'll update you throughout the weekend. steve k: thank you. new efforts are under way tonight to curb violence in des moines' court avenue entertainment district. city officials believe adding more lights, surveillance cameras and increasing police presence is the best solution to make court avenue safer. des moines police have started going to nearby businesss asking the owners to install lights. police say businesses have been very receptive to that idea and agree it could help decrease the violence. >> the parking lots, alleys, those types of areas where thank are away from the lit roadways. those are the areas we're focusing on. because those are the areas -- [inaudible] steve k: city officials say a company will play some part in dough mating the surveillance cameras. new tonight, one of the three inmates who escaped from a
now back behind bars. stacey: he turned himself in to deputies this morning. chris martinez shows us what happened. reporter: back dwong surrendered friday morning, a week after he and two other inmates escaped from an orange county maximum security prison. he was arrested about two miles from the jail. bac duong contacted a civilian on the streets of santa anna. >> and stated he wanted to turn himself in. reporter: his friend says the inmate, who was jailed on attempted murder charges, suddenly showed up at the family business. >> he came here and he told my wife that he wanted to turn himself in. reporter: law enforcement are still searching for others. >> we believe that they are together in that white van. as we have said aye all along, both should be considered armed and dangerous. reporter: the three inmates broke out after a 5:00 a.m. head count last friday.
hours before deputies noticed they were missing. the trio made have had help from this english teacher. >> most of the information she may have may be more specific to the actual escape. reporter: investigators say the teacher gave one of the inmates crucial material to hatch a prison break, including a google earth image of the jail. they all face escape charges. stacey: by the way, police believe that white van may have been doctored with tinted windows, paper license plates and all the decals removed. police say the men may be in the san jose area or headed to fresno. a warning from the feds. why a nebraska tribe is considering legalizing
do if the government says no.they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.
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steve k: this tonight, a nebraska tribe hurt by poverty is seriously considering a lucrative and controversial business opportunity. stacey: but federal attorneys are advising otherwise. reporter: about an hour and a half north of the metro, the omaha tribe sits on 300 square miles of reservation land stretching into iowa's county. the tribe's biggest problem can be plainly seen driving down the street. >> we need jobs. reporter: poverty and unemployment. historical issues that have reached critical levels. >> right now my community has a 69% unemployment rate.
leaving councilmembers like this chairman desperate for solutions. >> we're not seeing anybody else assisting us. we acknowledge. that we're trying to pursue whatever we can. reporter: in early november, the sovereign nation pulled its -- polled its members on an idea that's been turning heads. the legalization and sale of medical, industrial and recreational marijuana. >> all three were supported by a majority and so that's -- that gave us the direction that the tribal membership wants to pursue. reporter: it all sparked from a memo sent by the u.s. department of justice last december. seemingly extending the same drug law guidelines applied to states. like not selling to minors or across borders that don't allow it. but councilmembers say indian country is even more strictly regulated. >> if they even decide to pursue a marijuana venture, the federal government says they'd have to sell it on their land and only to their members. >> at this point it would basically be like marijuana island. reporter: which is why the tribe says they need to
and selling pot would even be profitable. >> from a long perspective, it's a bad idea because it's illegal. reporter: for u.s. attorney, there's no question. she's been vocal to tribes in nebraska that attempting a grow operation would still violate federal law and cause more problems than solutions. >> you've got the operational issues of how do you even get the marijuana to the reservation? that in and of itself is a crime. reporter: the federal government has already shut down farms on california reservations and recently a tribe in south dakota burned its crop after officials signaled a potential raid. >> i will state this for the record. we will prosecute. reporter: the issue reminding tribal members of the controversy surrounding their casino back when it was built in the 1990's. it's doing fine today. >> oftentimes people don't realize the role that we have within our society. we have dual citizenship. we're also going to be u.s. citizens but we're also our own nation.
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meteorologist: temperatures in the mid 40's. a beautiful day. a little more cloud cover than today. a fast moving system on sunday. generally rain here.
could be a mix. maybe light accumulation tot to the north. monday, dry. tuesday, could be a lot of snow and a lot of wind tuesday night and wednesday. stacey: thanks. we have some incredible drone footage of downtown des moines to share with you tonight. steve k: enjoy it as we leave you. it is courtesy of cnn and this is really some very, very cool stuff.
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