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republicans to rip it away. 19:25:11 presidential candidate, hillary clinton in iowa tonight... talking to a crowd why she thinks a democrat should stay in the white house... it was clinton's second stop in iowa today... about 500 pepele packed into cowles hall on the grinnell college campus... the enthusiastic crowd gave clinton a big applause when she talked about defending obamacare, women's
she also talked about raising minimum wage and going after citizen's united. the room did go quiet when she talked about meeting today with mother's who lost their children to gun violence. on that, she talked about working on improving the trust between law enforcement and the community. but she talked a lot about ending senseless gun violence. 39:18 and then those kids that were gunned down in playgrounds, school buses, outside a church. their stories need to be told too. 29:28 cause they are the victims of the gun violence that stalk our country. 90 people a day die from homicide, suicide and tragically avoidable accidents. a majority of american and gun owner say we need to make changes. but what stands in our way is the most powerful lobby. the nra. they itimidate, bully legisilate into doing whtat they want. that must end my friends, when 33,000 people a year die from something, shame on us we
clinton said to respond, she wants to create real comprehension gun reform, close the gun show loophole, deal with online gun sales, and take away liability immunity of gun manufacturers. clinton, along with bernie sanders and martin o-malley will meet up later this week. they are taking part in a forum moderated by rachel maddow. it starts at seven o-clock on friday... and airs on msnbc. if the democratic and republican
today... they'd be in a dead heat. hillary clinton and ben carson are tied in a hypothetical matchup, according to a new nbc news/wall street journal poll. 47 to 47 percent. carson performs better than candidates due to his popularity among independent voters. clinton is ahead of republican donald trump by eight points. jeb bush doing a little better against clinton, but still trailing by four points. and clinton holds a three-point lead over marco rubio but that's within the poll's margin of error. senator chuck grassley reached a new milestone on friday. he cast his 12-thousandth vote in the u-s senate - just the 18th senator to reach that mark. grassley has also been present for seven-thousand consecutive votes ... the longest streak in the senate. his office says the last time he missed a vote was when he came to iowa with president bill clinton to tour
tips on booking the biggest bang for your buck.. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
time is winding down to book a thanksgiving trip. mary moloney tells us how to save cash on a last minute get-a-way. every year we hear the same story. the wednesday before thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year. but just because the adage is repeated -- doesn't make it right. according to the department of transportation -- the actual busiest day for air travelers is in the summer. and every year -- it's a different day. that doesn't mean you should wait much longer to book your turkey day trip. as the time ticks on -- prices go up. typically -- the highest fares happen on the wednesday before thanksgiving or the sunday after. some experts suggest traveling thanksgiving day. not only can it save you money -- but a morning flight may get you on the ground in time for that turkey dinner. connecting flights may also help your wallet. but weather could cause delays and make your travel day longer. also when determining your budget -- check baggage fees.
depending on how much you and your family bring -- the overall cost can go up. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. video game giant "activision blizzard" is buying "king digital entertainment"... the maker of candy crush. the price tag... five point nine billion dollars. activision owns the popular call of duty and world of warcraft mobile games. the acquisition has to go through approval in ireland, where king is based. but the company anticipates everything will be official by spring of 20-16. buying the maker of "candy crush" will help it get a stronger foothold in mobile gaming. british singer adele is back on the radio... and breaking records. her new single "hello" is the first song to get more than one-million u-s downloads in a week. the music video also set a record on vevo for most views in a single-day. adele's new album "25" will be released on november 20-th. a new star trek series gets the green light.. just in time for its 50th
anniversary, star trek is returning to the small screen. c-b-s announced it will launch theseries on t-v in january 20-17. episodes will then run on the network's streaming service. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- food safety.. how the government is taking steps to improve the safety of our food supply.. and tips on how to keep yourself safe.. i'm keith murphy, the hawkeyes
city outraged... a nine year old is shot and killed while walking home from school in chicago... the emotional pleas from the boys mother... and the mayor to bring the killer to justice. where's jacob? the question a minnesota family has been waiting 26 years to answer.. today, jacob wetterling's family speaks for the first time.. since a person of interest was named in the disappearance of their son. life lessons.. a teen who fought cancer... decided to live life in to the fullest...
how completing one of his bucket list items, is helping another teen fullfill his wish list. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 the murder of a nine year old has the chicago community outraged over his violent death. tyshawn lee was shot just steps from his family's home yesterday. now the boy's mother and the mayor of chicago are offering impassioned pleas to help find the boy's killer. julian crews has the
a 20-thousand dollar reward is being offered for information that leads to the capture of whoever is responsible for tyshawn's death. tomorrow we'll hear new developments in the investigation into the death lieutenant joe gliniewicz... he's the officer shot and killed in the city of fox lake, just outside chicago. lieutenant gliniewicz' body was found in september after he radioed he was chasing three suspects. despite a huge manhunt, no suspects were ever found. police say the lieutenant was shot twice with his own weapon. investigators say they've uncovered significant new information. a minnesota couple is speaking out, after a person of interest was named in the kidnapping of their
the one question that we have said for 26 years is 'where's jacob? where...is jacob?" jacob wetterling was 11-years old when he disappeared. federal investigators say... new evidence has linked one man to several unsolved sexual assaults...dating back to the 19-80's. the f-b-i has not named the man a suspect in jacob's disappearance... only a person of interest in the case. news of the revived investigation has sparked a flurry of interest... "thank you, thank you so much for being part of our journey for 26 years. we are so very, very, very grateful for all the work that has got us to where we are today. no one person can solve this case and bring jacob home, it takes all of
the defendant has denied any involvement in the disappearance of jacob wetterling. t-s-a screenings at an airport are designed to keep unsafe items off a plane... but a new report released by the "government accountability office" suggests there's no solid proof the t-s-a screening methods are effective. the agency lacks consistent performance measures to know if it's achieving its goals. a house committee held a hearing on t- s-a's alleged shortcomings today. the t-s-a administrator says the agency is making changes. "solutions require a renewed focus on security, revise procedures, investment in technology, realistic and standardized training, a new balance between effectiveness and efficiency and support for our frontline officers. we will continue to partner with airlines, airport operators and the trade and travel industry to identify solutions that can reduce stress on the checkpoint and we must right-size and resource tsa appropriately." back in june, t-s-a auditors were able to sneak prohibited
checkpoints 67 out of 70 tries. u.s. regulators hand out a massive fine to takata due to it's exploding airbags. the national highway traffic safety administration cited the chemical ammonium nitrate as a factor in explosive airbag ruptures. when the airbags ruptured, it sent jagged metal pieces into the car... seven people in the u-s were killed as a result. more than 100 were hurt. the n-h-t-s-a demands takata take out ammonium nitrate base propellant from the airbags takata is being fined 70-million dollars in cash... with another 130 million due if the company does not comply or if the agency uncovers additional safety violations. foodborne illnesses are making news -- especially the outbreak of e- coli at chipotle. now the government is talking about ways to improve food safety. jonathan serrie has more from atlanta. each year, one in six americans
gets sick from eating contaminated food. the latest outbreak making headlines...chipotle closing some of its pacific northwest locations after e- coli sickened about two dozen people. dr. frieden says: 'we don't know of a vehicle, what food caused it, or whether all the cases are related to each other.' although only three percent of all u.s. foodborne outbreaks are multistate, they c cse more than half the deaths in all outbreaks. the centers for disease control and prevention says the industry needs to improve detection of foodborne illness and speed up the process of issuing recalls. dr. frieden says: 'finding these outbreaks often depends on dna fingerprinting of the germ that makes people sick. that's beginning to happen more and more in public health labs around the country.' some experts calling for more f- d-a inspectors...and better training for food handlers. dr. alvarez says: 'people have to be very sterile, you have to
use the proper gear to handle food.' and there are steps you can take at home to avoid getting sick... dr. alvarez says: 'you gotta use techniques to sanitize your kitchen. keep the meat separate, cook them at proper temperature, make sure you clean your lettuces and all your produce.' and you may want to consider getting a customer loyalty card where you shop for food... grocers are increasingly using them as a way to rapidly identify and notify consumers affected by product recalls. in atlanta, jonathan serrie, fox news. the iowa department of health says there were 171 total cases of e-coli illness reported in 2013. in ohio, it appears voters rejected a ballot measure to legalize the use of marijuana... associated press called the race. it projects issue three failed. the latest numbers with 52% of the vote in -- legal marijuana
the proposal would have legalized marijuana for both recreational and medical use. but it would limit who could grow marijuana to ten pre-designated groups. the groups that just happened to put up the money for the campaign. some voters say they support legalization, but not the limitation on who could sell it. a 15-year-old colorado boy is diagnosed with cancer, but instead of retreating, this teen is living life to his fullest- while helping another teen with cancer. kevin torres has more. briggs says: 'way back in like 4th or 5th grade, i wanted to be a pilot.' life is an adventure -- full of different experiences. briggs says: 'i just fell in love with it.' and every experience carries some sort of lesson. briggs says: 'i was finally able to achieve my pilot's license.' at 17-years-old - james briggs has taught himself plenty of lessons. briggs says: 'last year, people bragging oh dude i got my driver's license. i can drive around all by myself. pilot's license!' lessons he would never take for
granted. brigg says: 'i was diagnosed with a brain tumor.' brigg says: 'i was near the point of death and i realized that it can happen to anybody.' hetherington says: 'doctor sat down and said that i had a tumor.' this past july - joshua hetherington learned something james learned years ago. hetherington says: 'you have dreams that you want to do out, before you, but you don't know if you gonna get to do them.' that even though life can be challenging -- hetherington says: 'it was actually nice to meet someone who kind of is going, went through something i went through.' it's important to take charge. hetherington says: 'and it feels kind of cool.' brigg says: 'i had a brain tumor and he's got one. hopefully it will be gone and cleared up, but i thought it would be a good thing to take him up for a flight and knock something off his bucket list.' with that... the adventurous teen and his quiet co-pilot soared to new heights... hetherington says: 'i thought we were going to hit one of the tops of the building.' hetherington says: 'this is a nice picture of everything.' even though joshua's fight has just begun, the flight james brought him on made him feel like normal 15-year-old boy again. hetherington says: 'like an amazing 15 year old boy.'
mos says: 'someone who is 17 and giving a 15 year old a ride in a plane, who gets to do that? our kids! our kids did that.' sure, life is full of lessons... but the best are learned together. hetherington says: 'and i'm feeling really happy.' the fog cleared out late morning and the sun quickly returned over central iowa. temperatures warmed into the low 70s with all the sunshine. tonight skies will be mainly clear with temperatures dipping back into the 60s and 50s by morning. wednesday looks to be another mild day with more sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. this is the channel 13 news at
skies will stay mostly clear to partly cloudy and temperatures will drop to the 60s and then 50s overnight. another mainly sunny day is expected for wednesday with highs again in the mid 70s. a cold front finally crosses the state on thursday. it will bring more clouds and some rain thursday afternoon and evening. totals look to range from less than a quarter inch to 3/4". friday will be breezy and cooler and highs will stay in the 50s during the weekend. ad lib weather toss back and
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released for the first time tonight. this afternoon, i asked kirk ferentz how much of the nationally televised show he planned to watch. his answer: zero. here's what he missed. #1 clemson, lsu 2nd, big ten's ohio state third, and alabama, with a loss, is #4. notre dame fifth. first big 12 team is baylor 6th, michigan state 7th, tcu 8th, the iowa hawkeyes one higher than their a-p ranking, #9, florida rounds out top ten. ferentz may not have watched, but he did release a statement after finding out iowa is 9th. quote: "im proud of what our guys have done through eight games, it is significant and impressive... it is nice to be talked about in the discussion, but the biggest thing right now is to take care of our business each week." the hawkeyes are about to play a team that hasn't won a game in the big ten, yet many people think indiana is iowa's biggest obstacle to a perfect regular season. michael
8 and oh hawkeyes at dangerous 4-4 indiana saturday. michael admire will be there. and shout out to pella christian's levi jungling. he set a new all time best single season receiving record, 16 hundred 2 yards. when the kansas city royals won the city's first major championship in 30 years, royals fans partied. and they haven't stoppped. look at the turnover for today's celebration in kansas city. an estimated 800 thousand fans turned out, and that's in a city of 470,000. kids didn't even have to go to school today. we have more local reaction from des
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before we go... a photographer took one dear picture of a newborn... literally. photographer megan rion set the fall scene with baby conner... ni moss bluff louisiana. the suddenly, the deer walked out from the trees and surprised them. rion's assistant shook an ear of corn to coax the deer to look at the camera. rion says this is not the first time the deer has made an appearance.. she's met it before and now calls it maggie... she says maggie has been sneaking into her photos since