tv 13 News at Nine on FOX 17 FOX November 29, 2015 9:00pm-9:30pm CST
overnight... good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm justin surrency... a shooting early this morning on court avenue in des moines left one man dead, and another injured... while they've made no arrests...police say that they have a good start on locating potential suspects. 22:25:57:11-22:26:15:03 "it was crowded down there, it was a saturday night on a holiday weekend, it was quite a chaotic scene...the officers that responded, they did a great job securing the crime scene and preserving the evidence and identifying some witnesses, we had several that were transported down to speak to some witnesses they've provided us with some good information and some great leads. the victims in the investigation are 21-year-old edmanuel perez and 23 year old andrew hurley-boyd. perez died at the hospital, and boyd is now in the hospital recovering from bullet wounds. police say they found the two victims wounded in the street on court avenue and third street. this is just outside of court center, which houses five separate bars between four floors... officers can't give us a suspect
appear to have started as an altercation between two groups of people... a handful of des moines' homicides this year have involved young lives but des moines police say there are no connections, and people shouldn't fear going out on court avenue. "we look at every homicide as its own, specific incident. you know, you have to look at the contributing factors for each of them to figure out why they happened. if we can identify a trend or patten, we definitely mix up our policing strategies to address those. but right now, this looks like it was just a dispute in a bar. somebody happened to have a gun, and you know, it just rose to that level." :01-:25 des moines police say updates will be released as new information becomes available. the new iowa state football coach arrived at the ames airport tonight. matt campbell landed around 5 o'clock this evening. the announcement was made today on matt campbell's birthday to replace paul rhoads. campbell has agreed
contract and will be paid a 2-million dollar salary for his first year. less than 1 week after jamie pollard fired paul rhoads. campbell had a successful run with the university of toledo where he was 35-15 over his last 4 seasons....including going 9-2 this season... when he landed in ames today, he seemed excited to be a part of the iowa state football program.... "guys thanks so much for coming out...i'm truly humbled and honored to be here and look forward to working with you guys...looking forward to seeing you tomorrow." tomorrow there will be a press conference to introduce campbell publically... he is scheduled to speak at the bergstrom football complex at noon in ames. the winter press conference is scheduled december 8th. as we wrap up the holiday weekend, it doesn't look like the weather will be doing us any favors heading into the work week... meteorologist megan salois has
to hit the state... a winter storm warning and winter weather advisory kick in at midnight. a mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow will be possible across the state tonight through tomorrow. we already have some rain falling in central iowa this evening. temperatures will hover near 32 degrees overnight. wintry precipitation is blamed for at least seven deaths in
icy conditions in oklahoma snarled traffic and caused wide-spread power outages. jonathan cooper reports. "it's been crazy. i've honestly been waiting for it to just come falling down completely." businesses near 15th and santa fe in edmond were in for quite the surprise saturday morning. "it kinda came crashing down, exploded and then we lost power for a good three hours afterwards."this power pole and its lines collapsed. the pole barely hanging on along the base - knocked out power to surrounding buildings - including this liquor store. the collapse is just one of many problems caused by ice in the okc metro
this weekend. early this morning - this ups truck flipped along i-240. other cars spun out - hitting black ice on bridges and overpasses. but the big problem for many - are scenes like this. accumulating ice bringing down trees - and in some cases blocking roadways. the ice also wreaking havoc on power lines leaving thousands in the dark. this early season storm already leaving some ready for warmer weather. "i love my summers. miss my summers." that was jonathan cooper reporting... in politics...republican candidates are working hard to make strong gains in the presidential race coming up after the break... how the candidates are prepping for
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important endorsements of the rebpulican primary season. the publisher of the new hampshire union leader says - quote: "we don't need another fast- talking, well-meaning freshman u.s. senator trying to run the government. ... governor christie is right for these dangerous times." the question now is will this give him the momentum he needs to break into the realm of a top-tier candidate. one candidate who's already there... but slipping in the polls... is ben carson. today -- he's wrapping up a quick trip to jordan where he met with syrian refugees. he says he still believes those refugees should not be brought to the u.s. instead -- he thinks the u.s. should do more - financially and politically - to help. carson says: "the syrians want to be in syria. they want to be repatriated in their own country. they are looking for mechanism to get there. but in meantime, the facilities offered to them here in jordan are very satisfactory." the other big issue driving the sunday shows was the planned parenthood shooting in colorado.
while an exact motive is stll unclear, planned parenthood says hateful language from anti-abortion advocates may be to blame. but carly fiorina fired back on fox news sunday. fiorina says: "what i would say to anyone who tries to link this terrible tragedy to anyone who opposes abortion or opposes the sale of body parts is this is typical left wing tactics." as for the democrats... clinton, sanders, and o'malley have all issued strong statements of support for planned parenthood. tonight -- all three are in new hampshire for the state's annual jefferson jackson dinner. in washington, kristin fisher, fox news. as for the democrats... all issued strong statements of support for planned parenthood. tonight -- all three democratic candidates were in new hampshire for the state's annual jefferson jackson dinner. brett ad lib wx tease on set with anchor jennifer ad lib wx main at the matt back to 3 shot at the desk skies will stay cloudy tonight and areas of light rain and freezing rain will develop, especially in southern iowa. conditions may be slick in spots overnight. temperatures will hover right around 30 degrees through the night. early monday morning, our winter storm will begin with a mix of some snow, freezing rain, and rain in
central iowa. the precipitation will be all snow in northwest iowa through the day. we may see some slushy snow mix in with the precipitation on and off through the day in des moines, especially north and west of the metro. but overall, the afternoon for the city of des moines looks to be primarily rain. less than an inch of
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