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bit of snow next week -- tuesday, mainly. today looked wonderful, still hanging on to 42 in des moines, mid 30's off to the north. snow-melting temperatures, a good amount of melt is out there. a bit more is on the way. not going to see that tonight. a chance of rain overnight, mainly through northern portions of the state -- could see that makes. here in the southern portion, i do not expect much. we keep that into the late morning hours. that will taper off into the afternoon. highs again in the low 40's. further details on that snowstorm headed our way, coming up soon. todd: first at 10:00, new iowa poll numbers in tonight from the "des moines register." on the democratic side, hillary clinton is on top with iowa voters. she has 45% of likely voters. bernie sanders is in second, by just 3 points, at 42%.
a distant third with 3%. now, donald trump is now leading on the republican side here in he has 28% of likely voters. ted cruz is in second with 23%. and marco rubio is in third with 15%. people behind the "register" poll explained their findings at a live event downtown. that analysis. rose: the "register" iowa poll is seen as the gold standard for its strong predicting power. but the pollsters tell me caucus-goers still have a lot to decide for caucus night. kathie: no one has got it locked up, at this stage. rose: on the republican side, donald trump regained the top spot. this, after falling behind 10 points behind ted cruz in december. ann: for trump to have come back to seize the lead, now that's an interesting story. so, he's doing well. ted cruz is suffering from the attacks that have been laid against him. and we'll see if he can recover in time. rose: however, the poll shows a lot of fluidity from potential republican caucus-goers. 45% say they could still be persuaded.
could be good news for marco rubio. he's polling solidly in third place. ann: it suggests that there are people who are supporting other candidates. who, on caucus night, might be persuaded to join the marco rubio force. so, one of the surprises we might be looking for. rose: for democrats, it's a tight race between bernie sanders and hillary clinton, who once was the overwhelming favorite. ann: she's had to earn the position as front-runner. and that's been harder and harder, as bernie sanders has become a better and better candidate. rose: the difference will be the generation gap. sanders has support from 63% of caucus-goers younger than 35. kathie: the big key there is, will bernie sanders be able to turnout his young support and first-timers? we've got more first-time caucus-goers, more young people for him than for hillary clinton. rose: the poll-makers tell me that the poll is just a science of estimation. so much can change on caucus night. todd? todd: it certainly can change. republican front-runner donald
today, calling on supporters to get out to caucus monday night. donald: it all doesn't matter, if you don"t caucus on monday. it all doesn't matter. the polls don't matter. nothing matters. the only thing that matters is the poll they take on monday. todd: trump will be in council bluffs and sioux city tomorrow. he says he plans to stay in iowa through monday. and plans to make stops at several caucuses in iowa that night. now, one undecided iowa voter says she made up her mind today, after hearing ted cruz at a rally in ames. cruz challenged the crowd of about 400 at the gateway hotel to bring nine friends each to caucus for him monday. cruz stressed that, as president, he would end common core, destroy isis, and repeal obamacare. he also asked iowans to support him in prayer, during this final stretch before the caucus. sen. ted cruz: this responsibility that you bear on your shoulders to look at the candidates and vet us, not to listen to what we say but to look at our actions, as the
them by their fruits. todd: cruz supporters at the rally tell kcci they'll caucus for him, because he's a man of his word and the right candidate to change the direction of the country. a cruz campaign flyer is taking some iowans by surprise. some voters received this flyer in the mail, giving a grade on their past voter turnout record. now, this voter tells us it feels like a personal attack, that he and his neighbors all received an f grade. kcci spoke with a cruz campaign spokesman who tells us using "civic guilt" is an effective way to persuade voters to caucus. he says it's based off of a republican party flyer from 2014. well, before a rally in ames, cruz's competitor, marco rubio, spoke to reporters about the campaign flyers. sen. marco rubio: i had some voters mention to me they were upset about it. obviously, they had people's names, and they gave them an f rating for how they voted. i think a lot of voters are disturbed by it. and that sort of -- again, i
way to end your campaign in the state. todd: rubio also spoke about a series of half-hour specials he is running on iowa television stations this weekend. he says they're intended to give answers to voters who did not have a chance to go to any of his town hall meetings. on the democratic side, hillary clinton held a rally of her own today in ames. there, she talked about jobs, the economy, income inequality, and guns, alongside former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords. she also addressed her personal e-mail server problems, when she sat down for a one-on-one interview with our steve karlin. steve: people can't help but look at this and have questions. what's your response to that. sec. hillary clinton: well, my response is i want all of the e-mails out. i take classification very seriously. but i think voters are pretty smart. you know, with benghazi, they saw me testify for 11 hours. with this, they know that this is all retroactive. there was nothing marked classified at the time. steve: has your campaign been made better by having bernie sanders in the race? sec. clinton: well, i believe in competition.
great campaign. i'm grateful to the people of iowa. and i'm grateful to my fellow candidates, because i think we've all upped our game. and we need to, because it's the toughest job in the world that we're vying for. so, as we close, moving toward thank your viewers, and everybody else who takes part in this process. steve: do you get the impression, as you travel around the state of iowa and also in new hampshire, that people really want not just an advocate, but they really need somebody to take care of them? sec. clinton: it's really interesting that you say that. steve, i've done a lot of interviews, and you're the only person who's really put it like that. that's what i'm hearing from people. i'm hearing people say, "we've got to be able to count on our government, we've got to be able to get ahead again, we've got to be able to feel like our kids are going to have better lives because of our hard work." that's the american dream i was raised with.
granddaughter, and the grandchildren and children of everybody in this country. and i do think that people are worried that, somehow, we've lost our way. and they hear so much mean-spiritedness, all kinds of attacks and negativity. and, you know, they think the game is rigged against them. they want somebody to come in, roll up their sleeves, and get to work for them. and that's exactly what i will do. steve: in ames, steve karlin, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. todd: and former president bill clinton is on the campaign trail for his wife. he spoke to potential caucus-goers in iowa falls today, before meeting up with hillary clinton and their daughter, chelsea, for a rally in cedar rapids tonight. the three of them will continue to hold events together through caucus night. bernie sanders also speaking to voters here in iowa today. sen. bernie sanders: we are going to make american history on monday night. todd: at a rally in cedar rapids, the vermont senator stressed that he believes he will win monday night, if voter
sanders also criticized the tone of hillary clinton's campaign, saying she brings forth false statements about his voting record. kcci has also learned tonight the democratic candidates will square-off one more time, before the new hampshire primary. the hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaigns have reached an agreement to hold another debate, before the new hampshire primary. and three additional debates after that. the first new debate will be held thursday, february 4, sponsored by msnbc. the new hampshire primary is the following tuesday, february 9. all three democratic candidates are still in iowa tomorrow. clinton will be in des moines at 8:00 at des moines lincoln high school. and sanders will be at grand view university at 7:00. several republican candidates making stops around the state, as well. donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson, rand paul, jeb bush, carly fiorina, chris christie, rick santorum, and mike huckabee all have rallies
other news, mumps in an iowa school district? next at 10:00, where the viral illness was found. and what to do if your child is showing symptoms. and, you know, the first two "kung fu panda" movies earned more than $1 billion at the box office. that might explain why the third film is on john pascuzzi's radar tonight. plus, a big day for iowa state basketball. could the cyclones pull an upset over the aggies? 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,
announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: new at 10:00, mumps confirmed in a central iowa school district. kcci has learned one person has been confirmed to have the viral illness, in the united community school district in boone. we reached out to superintendent tim salmon, who tells us they were informed of the mumps case friday. but he did not tell us whether the affected person was a student or a faculty member. if your child shows any symptoms of mumps, contact your physician and boone county or story county public health departments. des
moines police are still looking for a pair of robbers who held up a central bank friday. it happened on university, just east of 42nd street. officials tell us two men entered the back entrance of the bank. one robber showed a handgun and ordered everyone to get on the ground. after getting some cash, the two men ran out the back.
you can call des moines police. new information in a deadly shooting and stabbing in denver at a motorcycle expo. officials say three people are still in critical condition tonight
after the attacks. one person is dead. police are still investigating and have not made any arrests. one witness tells local media the altercation could have started as a fight between rival motorcycle gangs. to the latest now in california, the two remaining fugitives who broke out from a california jail last week are now in custody. police found 37-year-old hossein nayeri and 20-year-old jonathan tieu in san francisco this morning. the two men escaped with 43-year-old bac duong on january 22. duong surrendered to police on friday. and right now in burns, oregon, four people are still occupying a wildlife refuge, nearly a month after an armed militia took over the site, protesting federal land use policies. the group's leader, ammon bundy, was arrested earlier this week. and he is telling the remaining
they say they will not leave, unless they will not be
arrested. well, back here in des moines, people were out on a beautiful january day at brenton skating plaza. the sun was out and temperatures not too bad. but enjoy it while it lasts, though. jason, a storm is brewing? jason: it is a brewing, not coffee brewing. i don't know who drinks coffee while it is brewing, but still potential for snow. some spots entering winter storm watches, clearly a potent storm making through late monday evening into the day on tuesday, as well. we will get totals coming up in a bit. but we have another beast on our hands -- just a smaller one. a bit of a mix into tomorrow, mainly in the morning and early afternoon. before that tapers off, it is still pretty beautiful. we have seen wind out of the
temperature, upper 40's today. the warmest we have seen since december 20. we still sit at 42, 10 degrees above the average of 32. we get there again tomorrow. we build in cloud cover early on, you can see where we get the sprinkles early on in the day. that will eventually break and make way for sunshine, topping out at 42 again. we cannot quite see that just yet, it will make its way from the west on tuesday late into the evening on monday. right now, just a general smattering of rain and light snow up near north platte. for us, chances for that light makes in the overnight tonight. you can see that scoots on out of here, trying to bring up more sunshine on sunday. though i do not think we see a ton, there is definite potential
it also brings that weak little impulse of rain can't mainly for the northern portions, though we could see sprinkles in des moines. chances for sunshine, but then comes the storm. you can see buying noon on monday, not much of a sign. there is a little blip, and this goes through the overnight and especially through the day on tuesday. the track is still not set, models having a difficult time picking this up. that is really going to change what we could see for snow totals over the next couple of days, something we will have to keep a close eye eye on. you can see the wind is light untold tuesday, and then they ramp up. these are sustained can we could see gusts sustained to the 30's, which would definitely lead to blowing snow as we head for the day. a look at your totals -- 6-10 inches from fort dodge down to the morning, areas to the
seeing a winter mix, so do expect some changes to the forecast as we get closer and get a clearer idea for the track. chances for a few light showers, up to 42 degrees tomorrow, a solid 10 degrees above average. powered dip into spring, at least we get a few days of it. at least better chances for light rain early on, over the next few days though, you can either the winter returned that we take -- 33 the high on tuesday. after that, we plunge 20 degrees, that is your high on monday. could see snow on the backside of that monday morning, and we struggle to make it back to 30 degrees.
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3" -- it earns a black belt for good-time "panda-monium." for kcci 8 news, this is john pascuzzi at the movies. todd: very clever, john. next week, john reviews the "finest hour," a true story of one of the most daring-ever rescues at sea, starring chris pine and casey affleck. sportscaster night stars tony seeman. i wish you had better news for iowa state fan. todd: both men and women having a rough time.
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announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. tony: welcome back. when you look at resumes across college basketball, iowa state has already notched wins over number 1 oklahoma, number 3 iowa, and number 4 kansas. fifth-ranked texas a&m was a different story. on saturday, the aggies' coach billy kennedy gave isu coach steve prohm his start nearly 20 years ago, when he hired him as an unpaid assistant. saturday, prohm got to face his mentor.
breakaway jam. he would have himself a day. 11 points, 4 rebounds. look at this, burton getting fancy with it. behind the back? no, behind the head. take another look. burton, nifty mood. isu led by 3. now, isu down 3. georges niang had 15-6. ou closed the game on a 16-4 run. tyler davis tipped it in. how about this? niang fouls out. the fans -- look at this kid in the back. just absolutely trolling georges. really wants him to sit down. danuel house, slam. he had 20. 72-62, aggies. they are having their best
steve: they were a very good defensive team. they really try to clog the paint. for our drill penetration, a lot of that has to do with them. and some of it, we had trouble with possession -- opportunities to score. that is something we have to do a better job
in execution. and i have to do a better job of putting guys in better position. tony: iowa state is back home taking on west virginia on the 2nd. kansas and kentucky, what a game! tied, mason with the half-court. almost puts it in. off the back of the rim. we head to overtime. in ot, wayne selden took over. kansas goes on to wins it in overtime, 90-84.
ben simmons, one of the best in the country, taking on buddy hield. hield, 32 points. huge game. oklahoma goes on to win the nail -biter, 77-75. drake has not taken the step forward this year that coach ray giacoletti was expecting in year three. the bulldogs were winless in the valley heading into saturday's home game. but bradley was in town, coming in at a 3-19 overall record. let us jump into it. drake had a double-digit lead in the second
half, but the braves kept it close. they cut it to 6 at one point. this kid is not worried. he has a phone, he is fine. drake would not be denied on this day. reed timmer breaking ankles, and then dished to graham woodward. woodward had a career day with 4 threes and 23 points. 80-70. that is the final. drake gets its first conference win of the season, improving to 1-9. sunday will be another fun day
tries to bounce back. taking on northwestern. and uni will host southern illinois at 3:00. golden state playing the worst team in the league, the 76ers. it is going to be a blowout, right? wrong! this one went absolutely down to the wire. it is a go to> ? steph curry? no, ames native harrison barnes pulls up, drains the 3. they love it. golden state holds on and wins, 108-105. energy at home tonight, taking on canton. they fall, 87-83. a close one, that is a final. for the cyclone women, january can't end soon enough. the clones lost four straight coming into today. trying to get back in the win column today, taking on 21st-ranked sooners. isu with the lead in the second half. they are looking good with some passing. seanna johnson, nice finish down low.
passed the 1000-point mark. congrats to her at iowa state. in the rafters, back comes oklahoma. jadda buckley gets the bucket and the foul. iowa state trying to keep it close. she had 16 points. down the stretch, oklahoma proved too much. bill: i think we are playing hard, trying. but we just cannot make enough shots. and you know, when you look at the third and fourth quarter, our inability to make baskets in a game like this were the tempo is little faster, that really hurts. until we get back cleaned up a little bit, if possible, there
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