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car she was riding in crashed into a pole... why the driver may have been speeding... and how it could be connected to an unsolved murder. double homicide.. the circumstances surrounding the deaths of a des moines woman and her teenage daughter.. who is accused of the crime. you're fired.. i-s-u football coach paul rhoads gets the ax... what cyclone fans have to say about the decision.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at
a young des moines mother was killed this morning in a horrible crash. the driver of the car tells his mother the crash happened...because he was being chased. good evening. i'm lynn melling. police are still investigating the crash that happened just before 9-am. but family members on both sides are shining some light on what may have happened. aaron brilbeck has the story. "that's my baby. me and my niece was so close."karen dameron can't believe her niece is gone. 22-year old scalicity perez...who also goes by the last name boyd, was killed when the car she was riding in hit a tree this morning on 35-th street. the crash was so violent the car is nothing more than a pile of twisted metal. "i'm just in disbelief. i still believe this is a dream. i still think it's a dream. i don't believe my niece is gone."scalicity leaves behind four children...but there
are no father's in the picture. the father of her youngest is in jail...and the father of the other three...deshaun trombone..was sentenced to 65-years in prison last month in the death of a five year old girl. police say the girl overdosed on drugs trombone left laying around his new girlfriend's home. "you got those four babies without their mommy. we don't know what's gonna happen next. it happened too suddenly. i just saw her."the driver of the car, troy mure, suffered only minor injuries in the crash. his mother says he was deeply in love with scalicity... "him and her was gonna get a place together. they were gonna get married. she was positive in troy's life. troy was positive in her life. he had a job working three o'clock till 2 o'clock in the morning, staying out of trouble. going to church every sunday."mure's mother says her son told her the crash was caused by people chasing him in another car. "they waved a gun. he stepped on the gas to get away from them. and they hit the back of the car and made him lose control of the
car."mure's mother says her son told her from his hospital bed that people had been threatening him...that they believe he was involved in the unsolved murder of dashwan smith, who was shot to death near the evolution nightclub earlier this month. but mure's mother says she doesn't think her son was involved. "he told me he was scared but he told me that he turned his life around and i know he has. i seen it. and a lot of people seen it."karen dameron says she doesn't really know what happened. all she knows is that she'll miss her niece's smile...her outgoing personality...and the way the two used to butt heads.. "because she knew aunty karen was giving her some advice. this is a tragedy i did not want to see. now my niece is gone. my niece is not here ". the polk county sheriff's department isn't saying whether mure is considered a suspect in the shooting at evolution
nightclub. scalicity's family says, at just 22-years old, she didn't have life insurance. they're asking for your help with final expenses. any left over money would go towards raising her four children. if you'd like to help there is a go-fund me account set up in her name. http: des moines police say a husband and father is in custody... awaiting des moines police say a husband and father is in custody... awaiting murder charges. 47-year-old barney fraaken is accused of shooting and killing his wife, amy, and their 16-year-old daughter, amber. police say he then turned the gun on himself, but survived. officers were called to the 42- hundred block of hull avenue just after seven last night. investigators believe the murders were part of some sort of domestic dispute. neighbors say there is no making sense of what happened. 13:38:47 that's tough. i mean,
happen if i lost one of them- and now you have to live with yourself the rest of your life that you did something like that 59 fraaken is in police custody at the hospital as he recovers from a self inflicted gun shot wound. police expect he will be charged with two counts of first degree murder. a johnston bus driver charged with assaulting a student with special needs resigned tonight. video of robert scarbrough surfaced last month. it shows him pushing a 15 year old boy while on the bus. scarbrough is charged with assault and child endangerment. he's been on administrative leave since the incident.. district leaders approved scarbrough's resignation at tonight's school board meeting. cyclones fans are reacting to the firing of head football coach paul rhoads... 16:46:45--51 'i think the handwriting was there, unfortunately and this is a league you have to terrible that we lose a guy with that much passion for our program, that much passion for our school and the fan base was totally behind him, but at the
end of the day theres an expectation. we have to win. we have to win games and that wasnt happening.' that's just a sample of some of tonight in ames, outside of the hilton coliseum...ahead of the big basketball game against chattanooga. we'll have a lot more on the exit of rhoads and the basketball game...later on in sports. the roads will soon be packed with holiday travelers.. and they're all keeping their eyes on the forecast.. details.. brett.. all that snow we got away.. skies are mostly clear this evening and temperatures are in the 40s. some fog may develop overnight and temperatures will hold in the low 30s and upper 20s through tuesday morning. more sunshine and mild temperatures are expected on wednesday. dart is hoping a new music video
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23:57:33-23:57:46 now therefor i terry branstad do proclaim zoe and spike free from harm of carving knife and gravy this thanksgiving day. the governor says zoe and spike will live out their days at living history farms in urbandale. the governor had his five grand kids on hand for today's pardon. branstad says iowa turkey farmers raise 11-million turkeys annually...which makes the state 9th in the u-s for production. of course.. turkey day goes hand in hand with another american tradition-- football. coming up next.. safety first.. how an organization is working to keep kids playing football a bit safer when it comes to concussions.. and later.. at 9-30.. manhunt.. the terrorism alert level is sky high tonight in belgium.. as authorities try to find the main suspect in the paris attacks... the latest on the situation in brussels from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..you're watching the
while still extremely popular, little league football has seen a drop in numbers over the past few years. one reason- parents are scared for their children's safety. so one organization is reaching out for help... and finding it. tracy sears has the story. nats: football twins sammy and chris singleton have been playing football for the chesterfield quarterback league since they were 6 years old. nats: now 11, they're the youngest in a family of football players. nats: "out of my 4 boys, we've had 2 concussions that i can think of on the field." but jen singleton says she has more peace of mind now, than she did just a few years ago... when it comes to understanding her sons' risk of injuries- mainly peace of mind now, than she did just a few years ago... when it comes to understanding
concussions. sot: " a few years back when we coached it was - hey get up -you're fine and get back in there. now there's so much out there about concussions- so much awareness about it- it's where do we go to get the right information." organizers for the chesterfield quarterback league decided to go to organizers for the chesterfield quarterback league decided to go to sheltering arms. a richmond rehabilitation organization that this year is partnering with cql- the largest football league in central virginia with more than 3,000 players. nats: i'm going to read you a series of numbers- i'll need you to repeat them backwards." for just 20 dollars- therapists are conducting baseline testing- to understand a young athletes cognitive skills... nats: turn around and come backand balance. that way if there's ever an injury- it's easier to assess - by doing a post test- if a child has experienced a concussion.... sot: "the nice thing about this test is it doesn't have to be a health care professional that does the test. it can be a coach or parent or anyone on the sidelines to do the follow up test." therapists say concussions caught early... drastically reduce healing time and future injuries. nats: a huge relief to a mom who's got only boys.
"oh there's peace of mind....might take to recover." baseline testing isn't just for football leagues. soccer, lacrosse, baseball- several other sports organizations can also form partnerships to help ease the cost to parents. ed ad lib weather tease on set skies will be partly cloudy this evening with temperatures in the 40s and 30s. some fog may develop overnight and temperatures will dip back to the upper 20s degrees. we will reach 50 degrees on tuesday afternoon and again on wednesday. rain chances will increase late wednesday night and will carry over to thanksgiving day. by late thursday evening, some of the rain may transition back to a mix of freezing precipitation and light snow, but this will not last long and should not cause any major travel hassles. friday will be cloudy and cooler with highs in the 30s. ad lib weather toss back ad lib weather toss back coming up -- why you'll hear
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stocks on wall street closed slightly lower on monday. the s and p 500 closed 3 points lower. the dow jones was down 32 points. the nasdaq ended the day down 2 points. just in time for the holiday season... consumer reports releases its sixth annual naughty and nice list. the organization rated consumer friendly and not-so friendly policies among america's most popular businesses and service providers. consumer reports senior editor -
mandy walker - has a preview. :49 "target has done some really nice policy changes in the last year. they expanded its price-matching policy to include major competitors both in-store and online. they've doubled the time you can get a price adjustment to 14 days from seven days. they also lowered the amount you have to spend to qualify for free shipping for online orders. they've reduced it from $50 to $25 dollars, and they eased some return policies, so a lot of good news out of target." 1:15 for more information on companies that made the naughty or nice list, head over to consumer-reports- dot-org. you'll likely be paying more for your traditional thanksgiving dinner this year. the american farm bureau federation says... the cost of a 16-pound turkey is up more than six percent from last year to just over 23 dollars. the group blames the jump on an avian flu outbreak that killed millions of birds earlier this year. overall, the farm group says the average cost of thanksgiving dinner for 10 people will be just over 50 dollars this year. that's the first time it has reached that
number. the dinner price comes from the average cost of 12 items typically served during a thanksgiving meal ... ... including sweet potatoes, rolls, stuffing, and pumpkin pie mix and shells. a cheaper route may be just to have pizza... domino's is making delivery to your door a lot easier with just the push of a button. it's called the pizza dash button-- and it pairs with the domino's app on your phone. all you have to do is save your address and payment information on domino's website. once that's out of the way-- you select your order-- press the button-- and your pizza is on it's way. right now it's only being tested out in the u-k... there's no word when or if it will make it's way to the u-s. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- major merger... the business deal that will move the headquarters of a major american corporation across the atlantic.. why critics are crying foul.. i'm keith murphy... coming up, highlights from the 4a state championship game as dowling
level is sky high tonight in belgium.. as authorities try to find the main suspect in the paris attacks... the latest on the situation in brussels broken trust.. do you trust the government? find out if you're in the majority or minority. the results of a new survey.. global crisis... prince charles says climate change is the driving force behind issue to the great recession.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 a new show of force against isis -- while police in europe desperately look for a key suspect in the paris terror attacks. fighter jets launched from france's largest warship have begun flying missions over syria and iraq. the strikes come as belgium's capital is on the highest alert for a third day, over fears that terror
attacks could be "imminent." fred pleitgen has the latest from brussels. the eu's administrative capital under a de facto state of lockdown. cops and soldiers patrol through empty streets...as the subway system, schools and many shops remain shut because of the terror alert. many parents keeping their children indoors... "we are just staying inside as much as possible. maybe we go out to buy some food, but otherwise we just try to keep away from the streets." "yes. i am a little worried. but we are possible. maybe we go out to buy some food, but otherwise we just try to keep away from the streets." "yes. i am a little worried. but we are trying to obey the orders of the authorities and hope this will pass soon." belgian authorities continue to conduct raids... hoping to catch salah abdelslam - believed to have fled here after participating in the paris terror attacks - but authorities are also trying to foilwhat the government believes could be an imminent terror plot. many business owners are shutting down - heeding the governments advice to prevent larger gatherings of people - which could be vulnerable to attack. "the
making their presence felt here in belgium's capital. there are armored vehicles patrolling the streets and cops and soldiers standing guard, by tourists." management of the ab concert shows for the entire week. also because a music hall was one of the venues hit by terrorists in the charge says. "we shouldn't take any risks, not for the public, not for the people working not for the artists themselves."soldier s on the streets of a european capital! unthinkable for most only a few weeks ago - but now a harsh reality for the residents of brussels. who are carrying on as best they can - hoping this scare will end soon. fred pleitgen cnn brussels. authorities in brussels say arrested in raids since sunday. but main
the u.s. today issued a worldwide travel alert for americans, in the aftermath of the paris attacks. the state department says terror groups like isis, al qaeda, and boko haram "continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions." officials say there are individuals who might also carry out their own attacks. the alert does not ask americans to avoid travel. instead, it urges them to be vigilant, especially in public places or using mass transit. this is the first worldwide travel alert since december 2014. it extends until february 24th of next year. the use of social media and technology by isis has been called one of the most alarming capabilities of the terror group. republican presidential candidate marco rubio told a town hall gathering in iowa today the u-s should follow their lead. presidential candidate"i believe we should be carrying out attacks against sunni leadershipnodes, videotaping the whole thing and putting it up on youtube so the whole world can see that these people are not invincible. i want the world to see
how these isis leaders cry like babies when they're captured. i want the world to see how these sunni leaders, these isis leaders, once captured, begin to sing like canaries if they survive. i want the world to see that they're not invincible. i want these young fighters around the world that are thinking of joining isis because they're unstoppable to have second thoughts about it - once they see how easily humiliated they are by american power." the senator from florida added the u-s will have to embed special forces alongside local sunni muslim- arab forces to impart tactical knowledge and skills. a new poll suggests not many americans trust the federal government. the pew research poll says... just 19 percent of americans surveyed trust the government most or all of the time. according to pew...that's close to the lowest level in the past 60 years. when it comes to political parties, 32 percent of republicans surveyed say they are angry with the government. that's compared to just 12 percent of democrats. and 89 percent of republicans
polled say they sometimes or never trust the government ... compared to 72 percent of democrats. ultra-high tax rates in the u-s are pushing yet another company you know overseas. this time it's viagra-maker pfizer. jo ling kent has more. one big-name health care company you know is going irish pfizer... maker of em viagra to advil ... is merging with botox-maker allergan in a deal worth 160 billion dollars. the deal will also see pfizer relocate its corporate headquarters from the u-s to ireland effectively lowering its tax rate from 25 percent to just around 15 percent. sot keith mccullough market is up 29% year to date. if you cut and cut and cut from a tax perspective, corporate have a fiduciary they will go there. i salute the highest corporate tax rates in the world companies are making deals to escape it. in the past few year alone
companies like burger king, mylan and agricultural giant monsanto. sot kevin kelly recon capital "pfizer is looking to save two billion in taxes next year alone. that's even bigger than its viagra sales which are looking to be $1.9 billion which is their blockbuster drug. it shows the u-s needs to do something about its tax policies." shares of both companies moving lower on the news in early trading. for more on this and all of your top business stories, check out fox business using the travel finder on fox business dot com. in new york - i'm jo ling kent. investigators say.. they now know what caused russian cargo ship... sailing from northern ireland to norway last winter... to crash. it's captain tried to sail the cargo ship after drinking and crashed it into the scottish shoreline. no one was injured but 25 tons of gas oil were leaked. investigations
sailor's blood alcohol content was eight times the legal limit. the damage to the boat was so bad it had to be scrapped. today.. the prince of wales spoke out on the topic of climate change... saying the world's failure to act has led to the current refugee crisis and the unstable situation of the middle east. prince charles says there's a direct link between global warming and terrorism. charles says: the difficulties in 2008 with you know the financial crash, that was a banking crisis. but, we're now facing real possibility to nature's bank going bust." world leaders convene in paris for the highly anticipated climate today. president obama will be at that summit.. also next week.. he'll make an appearance on coldplay's newest album.. the president granted permission
singing "amazing grace" at the charleston shootings funeral. coldplay frontman chris martin said he wanted to use the clip because of its historical significance. the album "a head full of dreams" will be released next week. skies are mostly clear this evening and temperatures are in the 40s. some fog may develop overnight and temperatures will hold in the low 30s and upper 20s through tuesday morning. more sunshine and mild temperatures are expected on wednesday. this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 skies will be partly cloudy this evening with temperatures in the 40s and 30s. some fog may develop overnight and temperatures will dip back to the upper 20s degrees. we will reach 50 degrees on tuesday afternoon and again on wednesday. rain chances will increase late wednesday night and will carry over to thanksgiving day. by late thursday evening, some of the rain may transition back to a mix of freezing precipitation and light snow, but this will not last long and shoulnotuse any major travel hassles. iday will be cloudy and coolth highs in the 30s.
tackles, 19 yards in ot the endzone. 7-0 maroons. next kennedy possession. handoff is bobbled, right in to the hands of ryan mells. the 270 pound d-lineman is loose!!! 43 yards the other way. 13-0 dowling. 2nd q. 4th and 5, great play call. kurt walding to a wide open stevie sarcone. 28 yard touchdown, dowling now leads 20-7. next kennedy possession, another fumble. atlias bell grabs it and he is gone!!! 35 yards to the endzone. dowling leads 27-7 at the half. dowling kennedy more on the story that led our newscast, paul rhoads out at iowa state. it seems everyone in cyclone country wanted rhoads to succeed, no one
rhoads will coach the cyclones final game saturday at west virginia. a fired coach leading the cyclones in not unprecedented: after jamie pollard fired dan mccarney, mccarney was carried off the field when iowa state upset missouri in 2006. tough, emotional day for many cyclone fans. but then at night, a reminder there's a basketball team with unlimited potential. another sold out crowd as iowa state hosts three and oh chattanooga. the cyclones come on strong.
inside out to georges niang. cyclones up 5. then to naz mitrou long for three. got it! naz nets 24 points. isu up ten. more coming. monte morris steal. to jameel mckay. great job finding the shooter. hallice cooke buries three. cyclones up 16. and iowa state cruises to an easy 83-63 win. isu took the court equaling the cyclones highest ranking in the past 59 years: #4. kentucky #1, followed by maryland, michigan state, iowa state and kansas. isu was #3 in 1959. in florida, drake tops western kentucky in overtime. former west des moines valley star kale abrahamson scores 41 points for the bulldogs. a small measure of drake revenge for
before we go tonight... hundreds of people wearing their p-j' for a good cause. they took part in the "take five to care event" inside the las vegas motor speedway. runners came out in their cozy p-j's and onesies to run, jog or walk the mile course. they also got to experience a glittering holiday lights didplasy. "we might actually hit 1,000 people this year. and we have a lot of people coming from out of state. and now they are making this their annual run... which is so fun." all of the proceds benefit children's charities. speedway children's charities hosted the annual p-j event
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