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the investigation into the shooting in san bernardino, california continues today.. what we know about the suspects... and the victims.. history of violence.. the man accused of a double homicide in des moines this week is no stranger to the law.. why authorities say they are relieved he is behind bars.. women in combat.. an historic moment in the united states military.. women are now allowed to fight on the front lines.. what it means to women here in iowa.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 terror-related .... or a workplace grievance? those are the big questions the f-b-i is faced with one day after a mass shooting in san bernardino california. good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us. 14 people are dead... the victims range in age from 26 to 60-years-old. 21 others were hurt in the shooting.
carried out the attack were killed in a shootout with police. tonight we are learning more about the male shooter, syed farook, and whether he held radicalized beliefs, potentially contributing to his motives. paul vercammen has the latest. as the nation mourns another mass shooting... authorities in san bernardino are tasked with figuring out what was behind wednesday's massacre. investigators have spent hours inside this home where syed farook and his wife lived... they have found an arsenal of weapons... thousands of rounds of ammunition and material to make pipe bombs. "we did locate the one pipe bomb. that was actually three pipe bombs combined into one that had a remote control, car type of remote control device that appears to have not worked in this case."farook was a 28-year-old u-s citizen, with no criminal record, and an employee of the county health department. he abruptly left a workplace holiday gathering wednesday -- reportedly angry -- and came back with his 27-year-old wife, tashfeen malik and opened fire. the f-b-i and other law enforcement officials are attemping to trace who farrok had been in touch with, where he traveled, and what may have prompted his actions. law enforcement officials say farook had been in toucwh more thanrson on the f-b-i dar -for rrorism reasons-though ngh priority -- via phone and cial media. officals also said the mmunications weren't frequent. ere was obviously a mission here, we know that. we do not y.authorities are in the ocess of identifying tswst their lives
e families of those who rvived... speaking out... am happy that my sister's still here. i'm just thankful to god that she made it through ok... we still have r." coming up at 9-30 we will have president obama's reaction to yet another mass shooting in the united states, and his renewed calls for improved gun control. the des moines man accused of a
his first appearance in court today. michael wanchanic is charged with two counts of first degree murder. he's accused killing heather belieu and bryon howard. they were found dead on monday inside a home in des moines. two children were also found in the home ... they were unharmed. wanchanic was arrested on tuesday night after a four hour standoff on highway 141 in dallas county. his next court appearance is scheduled for december 14th. wanchanic was also wanted on a probation violation.. two weeks ago -- he plead guilty to first degree harassment after threatening to burn down a woman's house with her and her children inside. that women was wanchaneic's ex - girlfriend. she filed a report from her home in melcher dallas in june of this year. according to a police report the threats and harassment lasted for weeks. police say wanchanic would call and text his ex -- hundreds of times a day, show up at her work and even damage her property. marion county sheriff jason sandholdt says wanchanic is a
494800 - its a serious issue. its a mental health issue, the subject is not stable. if its a repetitive nature type thing its obvious good he is not on the street besides his harassment charges.... online court records shows several other charges -- like theft and solicitation to commit a felony two other homicides in des moines remain unsolved.. police say the recent uptick in violent crime is so far not related to an increase in gang activity.. 35:53-36:02 we are not ignoring that there is a gang presence in this city. we've trained all of our officers as so we are effectively addressing it. police spokesperson, sergeant paul parizek says gang activity peaked in the mid 19-90s...but started to slow down in the 2000s. that's about when the gang unit spread to other areas in the department. now all officers are trained to
sergeant parizek says... not all drive-bys or shootings are gang related and they are not seeing connections to gangs in recent cases. he said the department takes a prevention approach when it comes to gangs... through youth prevention programs. women in military combat... until today it had never been a possibility... but that barrier came tumbling down today enabling women to protect america's freedom on the front lines... justin surrency explains why it's important here in iowa... a new soldier... "this is exciting for us in the iowa national guard."never before seen on the front lines of combat will soon become a reality... "huge for us historically" on thursday defense secretary ash carter declared women eligible for all combat positions in the military... "this means they will be able to contribute in ways never before, colonel hapgood with the iowa national guard says it will open up doors for iowans that have been
national guard... "incredibly exciting for us to open up hundrequalified women across the state of iowa."positions that have been exclusively for men... recruiting of women for combat positions will begin as soon as january 1st and must be in place by april... "we are not noing anything differently except actually approaching and recruiting people that we couldn't before for certain jobs."countries such as canada and sweden in 1989 along with germany and new zealand in 2001 have already allowed women in combat...colonel hapgood says it's one of the most groundbreaking military decisions in over 6 decades... "the desegregation of the miliraty in late 1940's by president truman, this is very akin to that"words that give a national salute to a
"the future is limitless, particularly for women in the state of iowa with the iowa national guard. "it not only makes us stronger as a military but certainly as a nation... for women... it is estimated that more than 220,000 jobs will now be opened across the country...women currently make up 16% of the iowa national guard thousands of iowans are hungry this time of the year... the iowa food bank association is trying to help fill tables when times might be tough... 31:17-31:23 i ate from the food bank. i fed my kids from
edie says the food bank of iowa tough... today.. she was one of many groups "stock the pantry event. eight food banks around iowa... serve percent of the state's population will go hungry this holiday season that includes one in five children. 26:28 its the tough time of the struggle all years but especially at the holidays and the temperatures do down. the utilities go up they have medical bills, they have rent and they don;t have as much money for food. 26:47 the food bank association says it is accepting all types of donations but the biggest need right now is meat. the season of giving is here... but the season of winter.. well, it isn't going to feel like it out there over the next few days. meteorologist brett mcintyre has details.. brett.. still waiting on that
on across iowa, though some patchy fog may develop, especially in ne iowa. temperatures will be warmer tomorrow with highs into the upper 40s, with a few 50s mixed in for a sunny end to the work week. quiet weekend, but a few more clouds may return toward sunday, which will cool temperatures back to the low 40s and upper 30s. the dry weather pattern looks to
the a-i-b college of business has sold three apartment buildings... the school says it sold the buildings at the southwest corner of its campus for 2-point-2-5 million dollars. the property includes 60 one- bedroom apartments and four acres of land. the purchasing company says the buildings will continue to be used as apartments. this is the last academic year for a-i-b... once the school has closed and all financial obligations have been satisfied, all remaining cash will be transferred to the university of iowa. an altoona man is 100-thousand dollars richer... john jennings claimed the fifth of eight top prizes in the iowa lotterys 'jokers wild' scratch game. he claimed his prize today at the lotterys headquarters in clive. jennings purchased his winning ticket at an altoona caseys. mother nature isn't the only one heating up central iowa...
state.. coming up next.. big game.. as in, the biggest game in hawkeye football history.. and if they win on saturday... who knows where they go next? how one travel agency is trying to stay ahead of the game.. and later.. at 9:30.. gun control.. as police investigate california.. the again heating up.. today. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..you're watching the
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ver the last 23 days. ive met with well over 1000 alumni the new university of iowa president has been on the job bruce harreld attended his first board of regents meeting... since becoming president... harreld has met with the faculty senate, local and state government. he also took a trip to washington to meet iowas congressional delegation. he said he is taking in everyones concerns.. big. he said one thing hes noticed is
members of iowas faculty bruce harreld /uof i president very universities, i do think we have a compensation problem. so theyre being picked off, and then we have a hard time back-filling against that. i could give you specific schools in the big 10 that im a little frustrated with, but thats life, weve got to do something about this. the university of iowa now has the best football coach in the big ten.. on saturday... kirk ferentz and his team go for the big ten title in indianapolis.. and then... they go bowling... the only question is... where? a metro travel firm is already setting up bowl packages. the phone is ringing off the hook... there are several potential scenarios... so they have planned five different trips.. including the rose bowl... sup terry tegen/ winebrenner red carpet travel everything will be out on our website as soon as the bowl is named publicly on espn so they can book online.. we have online booking engines on both sites so they can book online. we have to constantly keep monitoring to make sure we dont sell
the travel agency has a list of four thousand people wanting to go..and even more than that signed up with the university alumni group. overnight clear skies will hold on across iowa, though some patchy fog may develop, especially in ne iowa. temperatures will be warmer tomorrow with highs into the upper 40s, with a few 50s mixed in for a sunny end to the work week. quiet weather will hold on over the weekend, but a few more clouds may return toward sunday, which will cool temperatures back to the low 40s and upper 30s. the dry weather pattern looks to hold into next it's been her fight for twenty years. something r healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing obamacare, and taking on insunce companies to bring down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family be deprived of healthcare.
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investigate the mass shooting in california.. the debate over gun control is once again heating up.. words from president obama today.. guilty... a new manslaughter conviction could send oscar pistorius back to prison... how much
time the famed blade runner could spend behind bars... holiday hazards... christmas decorations can be deadly for cats and dogs... the things pet owners should keep in mind this holiday season from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 today... president obama tried
after a husband and wife opened fire at a san bernardino conference center, killing 14 people and injuring 21. it is the deadliest mass shooting incident in this country since sandy hook. as president obama addressed the horror, he seemed almost dejected and frustrated that
he was addressing yet another mass shooting in america. joe johns reports. president obama ordered flags at half staff in honor of the san bernardino victims and issued a statement in the oval office, surrounded by his national reassuring, but full of with uncertainty after briefings the san bernardino attorney general and fbi director "at this stage we do not know why."and that's the key question still unanswered what was the motive? "it is possible that this is know. it's also possible this was workplace-
that dead suspect syed farook was radicalized, and in touch with overseas terror contacts, the administration, like law enforcement, is still holding out the possibility that other factors were in play. "there may be mixed motives in all this, which makes the investigation more complicated. but rest assured, we will get to the bottom of this."but even with that, cautions from across the administration against a rush to judgment. "he was specifically had in mind that people should not jump to conclusions. that he's not going to jump to conclusions. investigators are not going to jump to conclusions."turning to policy, mr. obama was back to pressing congress on gun laws on what he has called the the most frustrating domestic policy fight of his presidency. "so many americans sometimes feel as if there is nothing we can do about it, it's important for all including our
was the 16th time during his two terms in office that the president was in front of the cameras speaking about the use of firearms in violent crimes. "the majority of those who died today were children beautiful little kids between the ages of five and ten years old." "we are confronting yet another mass shooting and today it happened on a military installation." "somehow this has become routine. the reporting is routine my response here at this podium ends up being routine."the white house is considering executive actions to put in place what it calls some limited common sense gun protections but so far no word on details or the timetable for that. the white house says stricter gun control could have prevented the attack and vowed to look for
n brazil, impeachment proceedings against the nation's president, dilma rousseff, began today. her administration has been tainted by several corruption scandals that involve many members of her party. a special commission will now look at the facts and rousseff will have 10 working days to present her defense to the charges. if the commission rejects it, both houses of congress will then vote on whether or not rousseff stays in power as brazil's first female president. blade runner oscar pistorius -- has been found guilty of murder by a south african appeals court-- that threw out a former manslaughter conviction. the paralympic champion had originally been sentenced to five years in jail for shooting girlfriend reeva steenkamp back in 20-13. he claims he mistook her for an intruder -- when he pulled the trigger -- shooting her four times through a locked door on valentine's day. "the principles of dolus evuantalis including error in objecto were
found proved to be relevant to the conduct of the accused. and two the trial court did not correctly conceive and apply the legal principles pertaining to circumstantial evidence." pistorius had been under house arrest after serving one year in prison. but, he now faces up to fifteen years in prison on the new conviction. getting your house decorated is one of the best parts of the holiday season. but you need to be careful, because some of those decorations could be dangerous to your pets. corey bryan has the holiday decoration hazards to be looking out for... as festive and pretty as they are, holiday decorations can be deadly for cats and dogs. sot: dr. heather puksta 'this can be a very stressful time of year for our pets. cats are very curious.' sot: warner bros. sot: dr. heather puksta 'some people dont even know that their cat gets electrocuted. we end up seeing them because they end up having problems eating and they have a burn across their tongue.' but wait, there are plenty more pet dangers. sot: dr. heather puksta 'strands
around our tree, fake snow, things that shatter.' nats: sot: dr. heather puksta 'also the little hooks that are associated with that- cats cant leave them look a tree' theyre very curious.' nats: you tube/ budrick3gaming sot: annette hruska 'ive heard to pets when they eat them.' sot: dr. heather puksta/ stafford oaks veterinary hospital 'absolute myth. poinsettias are not deadly at all. this is an old wives tale. the worst that its going to do is cause a little stomach upset just like if they went out and ate grass.' so poinsettias are safe but the preservatives in the water to keep your tree fresh... well, not so much. sot: warner bros. dont worry about it clark, a little tree water aint gonna hurt him.'sot: dr. heather puksta 'aspirin can be deadly to dogs and cats and a lot of people are using aspirin as a preservative dissolved in the water for their christmas tree.' its also not a good idea to have any wrapped food- like chocolates-
eat it. nats: follow these tips and you and your pet can keep the 'happy' in holidays. are you still trying to figure out what to buy your friends and family this holiday season? here are the top ten gifts not to buy... ahh the 'holidaze' -- otherwise known as one of the most stressful shopping seasons of the year. you know who were talking about... the 'i- just-dont- know- what- to- buy -because -theyre- so -hard- to -shop- for' person in your life. ha! theres one in every family. ohhh...if only santa were as generous in real life, as he is in the commercials... 'this year, look at what he put in our driveway. santa can do that? he sure can, honey.' seriously, who has a 'december to remember'?! well - unfortunately - this story isnt loaded with the clich list noting: 'the perfect gift for every person.' but we can give you a list of gifts you shouldnt give - to ensure your holiday is merry and bright. the folks over at m-s-n dot-com break it down. number one on the list: pets. sure - theyre cute and cuddly - but as the article notes: 'pets are a lifelong commitment and shouldnt be forced
knowledge or consent.' then, there are the obvious no-nos: gym memberships.. self-help books -- school or office supplies - and ... bathroom scales. one word: n-o, no! rounding out the top 10 - cleaning supplies diet cookbooks... socks and the proverbial fruitcake. but perhaps the biggest 'dont give gift' on the list: the dreaded regift. he recycled this gift! hes a re- gifter!' well, now that you know what not to buy - we wish you well on your
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