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iowa community.. and how much more rain is still on the way here.. caucus prep... the iowa caucuses are now 25 days away... the new app that aims at getting the right results as they come in... town hall.. after announcing new executive orders on gun control earlier this week.. tonight.. president obama talks guns in a nationally televised town hall meeting.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 winter rain has already caused heavy damage for homeowners in luther...and the mayor thinks she knows why it's been worse than normal... good evening. i'm lynn melling. instead of shovels and snow blowers, january rain has residents in luther worried that they may have to start pumping out water... luther is one of the few cities in iowa without a sewer system but that's not what city officials are blaming for some of the recent flooding
rain is typically a welcomed sight for iowans in january , but it's making those in luther nervous ... everything is working, the sump pump is going every 12 seconds and that's keeping up with it..."in december kristen hethcott and other home owners weren't so fortunate...for some it was the worst flooding they'd seen "kudos to ames trenching they pumped nearly three quarters of a million gallons of water in 3 days."despite luther having no city sewer system mayor cindy miller says that's not to blame... "the problem is we have storm water and we can't get it out of town because of inadequate tile systems..."the issue isn't a new one... "this is a decades old problem."but mayor cindy miller says it's recently gotten far worse because of a local business... "in 2015 an expansion project by the motorcycle shop, this storm tile was removed, there was no permit for them to work in this alley." "they have raised the ground and the water now runs onto everybody elses property, that surrounds this property."but b-f-e vintage motorcycles disagrees...
that a recent roposal to replace the tiles underneath the city is being kicked down the road.. quit putting it off each council meeting, saying they''l talk about it next council meeting..."but with two new city council members being sworn in on tuesday...mayor miller feels a change is coming... "i'm hoping the council votes on tuesday to go forward and start soliciting bids and working on this project as fast as possible." "let's get the ball rolling so every time it rains, i don't have to get my rafts out." mayor miller says that if the city council votes in favor of
project they could begin as soon as this spring after the bid proposal process... as folks deal with flooding.. the rain is still falling tonight.. and it will continue to fall tomorrow.. before it changes over to sleet.. and then snow.. as the temperature dips below the freezing mark.. meteorologist brett mcintyre joins us now to break it down for us. brett... strange weather for january.. light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain showers before things wind down into the weekend. temperatures will be falling all day on saturday, with sunday seeing very cold of the state. highs there on sunday will be in the single digits, with low teens
a newton 12-year old who disappeared on christmas eve is back in foster care. charlene brown was found with her mother... misty shaver and her mother's boyfriend... kevin carlton in victor yesterday. carlton is charged with child stealing... shaver is being held as a material witness... but police say charges are pending against her. brown was living with foster parents when police say she voluntarily left with her mother... but a protective order was in place prohibiting contact between shaver and brown. funeral arrangements have been made for the man killed in a trench collapse yesterday... 30-year old justin jorgensen of colfax died at the scene. initial reports suggest required safety walls were not in place at the time of the collapse.
from 11 to 1 at hamilton's funeral home in des moines... a memorial service will follow at one o'clock. a go fund me page is now collecting money for the jorgensen family. nearly three-thousand dollars has been raised in less than 24 hours. the president and c-e-o of the y-m-c-a of greater des moines is stepping down... the board of directors accepted vernon delpesce's resignation... effective immediately. senior vice president, wade riedinger, has been appointed as acting president and ceo. the ymca of greater des moines is launching a national search to find delpesce's replacement... the iowa caucuses means a big boost to the local economy... hotel rates soar for the iowa caucuses... at the hampton inn and suites downtown... you'll pay at least four- hundred dollars for a room... but rooms will be hard to come by.... most hotels downtown are sold out already. visitors will also need to eat... the iowa restaurant association says it expects full tables just about everywhere across
"in 2011, we estimated about a have some new tools now that we can utilize to better quantify those numbers and we're going to try and get a better handle for this upcoming caucus season." - greg edwards - president & ceo, greater des moines convention visitors bureau the convention and visitors bureau expects hotels to have an 88 to 100- percent occupancy rate in the weekend, its usually around 70-percent. the republican party of iowa and learning more about the app they'll rely on come caucus night. it's a tool that microsoft says will deliver accurate results - fast. jodi whitworth shows us how it works... 035907 - its really about making sure we are first in the nation and making sure we have cutting edge technology - dr. andy mcguire in the age of smartphones, tablets and apps.... why not blend technology and politics 053614 - its just another tool for them to use, there is a lot going on caucus night and its very exciting - dr. andy mcguire at no cost to the democratic
microsoft is gifting them the first of it's kind of technology the process slightly differs between the parties... but overall it's the same... here's how the app works ... precinct chairs will tally up the votes for each of the candidate .. then sumbit them through the app directly to the party.... from there special technology will verify and confirm results youtbue 1:15 -+ anomolies and potential problems will highlight problems and and once verified -- the results will be made available to the public in real time -- through an interactive map nervous about how it will work... 113215 - oh absolutely, butterflies like its the night before the prom - jeff kaufmann the republican party says after the 20-12 results snafu -- it's aware of the skeptics.. but are hoping to prove them wrong 104318 - i hope that the rest of county sees that we are taking this seriously and what we are taking seriously. quite frankly its leading of the search for the next commander in chief. and if the technology fails... in place
paper the old fashioned way no candidate will be putting in more time in iowa leading up to caucus day than the man who won it in 2008... today, mike huckabee completed "the full grassley" ... visiting all 99 counties in one campaign cycle. he's the second republican to do so. rick santorum completed his tour before christmas. huckabee is planning to make 150 campaign stops in iowa this month alone. he has 26 events planned this week. there's still much more to come tonight.... coming up next-- town hall.. after announcing new executive orders on gun control earlier this week.. tonight.. president obama talks guns in a nationally televised town hall meeting.. and later.. at 9-30.. city on edge... less than two months after the attacks on paris... a new threat emerges... the latest from paris... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..you're watching the
at reducing gun violence -- the president took his pitch on the road. sitting before supporters and critics -- the president participated in a town hall meeting at george mason university -- and argued his reasoning for the increased restrictions. which include -- expanding background checks for gun buyers and narrowing the so-called "gun show loophole," that leaves most small and private sellers exempt from keeping formal sales records. karin caifa in in fairfax virginia with the latest. : "the way it is described, is that we are trying to take away everybody's guns. our position is consistently mischaracterized."the president says he never owned a gun -- and has little experience with firearms. but he says his policies and positions on guns -- has helped gun manufacturers. : 'i have been now president for over seven years and gun sales don't seem to have suffered during that time. i have been very good for gun manufacturers,"the president argued the country would be safer -- if the government was more involved with the buying and selling of guns.
cnn/orc poll found that a majority of the public supports the measures that obama outlined this week but less than half of americans think they will actually work. in fairfax virginia -- i'm karin caifa the president also said that he would be happy to meet with representatives of the national rifle association, which declined to take part in the town hall meeting even though other gun rights advocates did attend.
light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain showers before things wind down into the weekend. temperatures will be falling all day on saturday, with sunday seeing very cold temperatures across the ne half of the state. highs there on sunday will be in the single digits, with low teens around the des moines area.
but first -- scary streak.. the nosedive on wall street this week breaks a record.. and not a good one.. what's driving the sell off.. on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us.
marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced he was running for president." over the last three years, marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator. washington politician marco rubio. doesn't show up for work, but wants a promotion? right to rise usa is responsible
st four-day annual start on record. stock indexes worldwide are also slumping. but why is this happening? alison kosik explains ... "hi there. an ugly day on wall street. we saw the dow fall 392 points. it is officially in a correction. that's a 10 percent decline from the dow's recent
high. so what's going on? a lot of this is because of what's happening in china. suspending trading for the second time in four days and then the government there doing an about-face, taking away its circuit breakers, so we could very well see more selling in china tonight and that could still spread throughout the globe. all of the concern also has to do with its currency. china is in the process of trying to stimulate its own slowing economy, devaluing its yuan to try to make its exports cheaper. that could start a currency war, that's adding to the mood here on wall street. but to investors, that sends a message that china could be in worse shape than we may realize, and has sparked, once again, fears of a currency war. also making everybody anxious -- oil prices falling at one point today to a 12-year low. you look at over the past 18 months, oil has been in a slow motion crash. and
who are enjoying lower gas prices, putting a little extra money in their wallets, it's really crushing a
lot of companies. it's unsettling to investors to see anything in the market crash. we will see what tomorrow holds after we see how the chinese market reacts. back to you." there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- officials are trying to determine if yesterday's nuclear test in north korea was really a hydrogen bomb. and the international political fallout.. i'm keith murphy... coming up in sports. kirk ferentz looks back on lessons
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the latest from paris... power struggle.. the speaker of the house signs legislation to repeal obamacare.. why critics call it nothing more than political theater.. birthplace controversy... after years of debate over president obama's birthplace... a republican presidential candidate's birthplace is being called into question... what other candidates are saying.... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 after weathering a year of terrorist violence, paris faced a fresh scare today.. as police shot dead a knife- wielding man on the anniversary of the charlie hebdo attacks. one year ago today, islamist gunmen burst into the paris headquarters of satirical magazine charlie hebdo and killed 11 people, before shooting dead a policeman in the street outside. atika shubert has
the middle east moved ever closer to chaos today as iran accused saudi arabian jets of bombing it's embassy in yemen in the latest confrontation between the two regional powers. eyewitnesses have cast doubt on the claim, saying no damage to the embassy was visible. also today, iran announced it was banning all saudi imports, and that it is forbidding it's
the annual pilgrimage to mecca.. relations have deteriorated between the two following the execution in saudi arabia of a shiite cleric, which led to the storming and torching of the saudi embassy in tehran by iranian students. this breakdown is a disaster for syrian peace talks. and hopes of an agreement there now seem bleak. some are blaming iran for the crisis not saudi arabia. keane says: "iran is undermining every sunni government in the
region, and yet the kingdom of saudi arabia is doing nothing to undermine the iranian government, yet why are we cuddling up and nurturing the iranians as opposed to our allies in the region?" on tuesday.. iran unveiled a new missile depot, with state television showing precision guided missiles, which violate a 2010 security council. intelligence agencies around the world are hard at work... trying to determine if yesterday's nuclear test in north korea really was a hydrogen bomb. but, the political fallout is already
in south korea, the military has resumed cross-border propaganda broadcasts which the north considers an act of war.... and the government has started talks which could bolster the u-s military presence in the area... including the deployment of nuclear subs and warplanes to the korean peninsula. but, many south korean officials see the test as a political maneuver... designed to bolster the rule of north korean leader kim jong un. meanwhile.. china - north korea's strongest ally - is calling for a
resumption of denuclearization talks - to begin as soon as possible. chunying says: "long-term peace and stability is in line with the interests of all sides. it is the common responsibility and requires joint efforts from all sides. it takes two to tango." congressional leaders from both parties say there's strong support for a north korea sanctions bill... and, it could be ready for a vote as soon as next week. today.. house speaker paul ryan signed a bill to defund the affordable care act and to defund planned parenthood. the bill has been sent to the
ryan held what he called an
"enrollment ceremony" to sign the bill before sending it off to the white house. ryan says: "obamacare does not work. it has to go. higher premiums, fewer choices, restricted access. these are not signs of success. these are signs of failure. and the american people. the american people deserve better. so were are asking the president to reverse course. don't give washington bureaucrats more control over our health care. put patients in control. the ceremony was symbolic. president obama has vowed to veto any republican bill that dismantles his signature health care law. democrats are calling the ceremony pointless political theater. planned parenthood is endorsing hillary clinton for president. the national women's health group says it'll make it official in new hampshire this sunday. it will
parenthood has endorsed anyone during presidential primaries. the move is likely to open clinton up to attacks from republican candidates. many of them have promised to cut the group's funding if elected. but clinton said today she'll make sure that doesn't happen if she wins. republican ted cruz is one of the g-o-p presidential front runners in iowa at the moment -- but his main competition is causing controversy and bringing up cruz's canadian birthplace. dianne gallagher explains how donald trump's questions about the senator's eligibility are catching on -- on the campaign trail. donald trump wants ted cruz to clear something up -- can a man born in canada be president of the united states? presidential candidate there's this doubt. people have doubt. again, this was not my suggestion. i didn't bring this up, a reporter asked me the question.but in a 2014 interview with a-b-c news, trump expressed more than just doubt. presidential candidate i would say that he can't be president. if you're not born in this country you can't be president. it's another problem that ted cruz has.now, the texas senator says there's no issue because his
presidential candidate the u.s. are straightforward. the very first u.s. citizen born abroad as a natural legal experts agree with cruz, his fellow politicians don't seem so sure. presidential candidate i think is qualified and eligible to be the prime minister of canada.at least one house democrat has threatened a arizona senator john mccain, who faced similar questions in 2008 because he was born on a u.s. military base in panama, expressed doubts. arizona i think there is a question. i am not a constitutional scholar on that but i think it's worth looking into.even the white house commented. it would be quite ironic if, after seven or eight years of drama around the president's birth certificate, republican primary voters were to choose senator cruz as their nominee -- somebody who actually wasn't born in the united states.in washington, dianne
the aftermath of heavy rain and flooding can be seen in many damaged parts of san diego. this is video out of la jolla today... showing a road that collapsed sometime yesterday. the pavement fell about two feet, exposing the brown murky water. they're still figuring out what exactly happened, but one official says it could be a combination of the different severe weather patterns. the san diego area was hammered this week with pounding rains and flooding that caused a lot of damage. portable tanks have been temporarily issued to affected businesses in the area, as crews work to re-route the gas pipe line. light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain
light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain showers before things wind down into the weekend. temperatures saturday, with sunday seeing very cold temperatures across the ne half
is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field.
never too soon to look ahead. hawkeyes open next season september third, at kinnick stadium. miami ohio redhawks visit iowa. the rose bowl apologizes if you were offended by the stanford band's halftime show. the band has long prided itself on irreverent trolling, and just came off a travel band for violating school policies on alcohol, hazing, and sexual harrasment. the band took aim at iowa's farming reputation with a silly cow costume, farmer''s dot com references, and a nod to cow tipping. many iowans found it funny.
especially down 35 to nothing. the hawkeye women lose at michigan, 82- 75. the american hockey league announces gustav olofsson as all-star. the iowa wild defensemen, on the assist here, will play for the western conference at the all star classic in syracuse later this month. olofsson is a 21 year old swede. fox sports reported paul rhoads as a finalist for the texas state job. texas state is known by most as the fightin' armadillos from the movie necessary roughness, but it's actually the texas state bobcats. texas state introduced its new head coach today, and he's not rhoads. he's former ohio state defensive coordinator everett withers. the undefeated second ranked iowa wrestling team travels to number 11 illinois friday. that's a chance for iowa to show its the team to beat in the big ten. and a chance for tom brands to describe