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so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back. let's not overthink this. friends and family remember a marion county mother killed in her own home... why the family says they know who did it, even though police haven't named a suspect. caucus countdown.. we're a little more than two weeks away.. from the first presidential contest of this election cycle..
from iowa.. and who hillary is bringing with her. using the iowa caucuses as a way to target potential victims.. what to be on the look out for.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us tonight. it's been seven months since shirley carter was killed in her marion county home and investigators still have no answers... justin surrency explains why the family and community took action today, seeking justice... "i feel, when she got killed i in marion county, the death of shirley carter was more than just the loss of a neighbor... "she touched so many lives and was such a geniune good person in so many ways."friday's rally outside the brought over 100 people all demanding results
investigation. "we must bring some closure, we must have justice for shirley..."many have been left wondering why... "super devastating that someone could ever murder shirley carter, the nicest woman you could ever meet."and investigators have been wondering who... "someone did this and someone needs to be held responsible.."since her death june 19th in her lacona home there have been no suspects charged...bill carter, shirley's husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit against their youngest son jason carter but no charges have been filed against him either... "justice for shirley carter, that's what this is all about, that's what the lawsuits about, that's what the rally is about, that's what the depth of emotion you saw today was about."but many are growing impatient with the investigation... "we trust the system but it's slow right now the fear is that the system will forget her and we won't let that happen" "just feet away from a memorial
battled for our freedom...friends family and loved ones of shirley carter vowed to never give up on action." our family will never let this become a cold case. we won't let shirley's memory become a memory and i guarantee justice should be served and will be served and we will make sure it's served." the department of criminal investigation continues to work the homicide...bill carter was in attendance at today's justice rally but declined to comment at this time... students in des moines remembered martin luther king junior today... on what would have been his 87th birthday. students at samuelson elementary held a peace walk... 470 students joined hands and listened to king's "i have a dream speech" and sang "we shall overcome". teachers say this means a lot to
students. 36:52 i think they're aware of what is going on in the world and they see things on tv and i think there is an understanding, that this is something that is a result of the many years that we that we have struggled with this as a country. 37:06 martin luther king junior day is monday.. so many schools will not hold classes and all federal and state agencies will be closed. next week the altoona city council is expected to approve site plans for a 300 thousand square-foot, open- air outlet mall... once approved... construction would begin next spring on the 34- acre site. the project was originally pitched two years ago... and altoona's mayor says he's fielded questions ever since. 14:07:35 'and the questions i get, well, when are they coming? are they coming? are you sure? you know i get those things all the time, and we have to go by what the developer tells us, but theyve been hinging their starting with getting at least 50 percent of it leased. and im told that
the new mall will involve 75-retailers. the names of the stores won't be released until next year. it won't be a great weekend to be out in the open air.. meteorologist brett mcintyre joins us now with a first look at the forecast... brett.. we got a little spoiled yesterday temperatures have been falling throughout the day today and will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to mostly clear overnight, with temperatures dropping back into the single digits. tomorrow doesn't look much better, we'll see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will
sunday. it will be cold to start the work week, but temperatures will start to trend warmer by the second half of the week. however, another round of snow could bring high accumulations on tuesday. the countdown to caucus night is on.. donald trump was back in iowa before dawn this morning.. to be live on msnbc's morning joe show... just hours after wrapping up last night's debate in south carolina. trump told iowans he didn't get much rest. . "zero sleep. zero. i mean i was on program this morning...630. i do
zero sleep." trump told a few hundred people in urbandale he wants them to join him and be part of what he calls the noisy majority. trump acknowledged to the crowd candidates often don't want to say they want to win the caucuses...just in case they end up not winning. but he says...he wants to come out on top. trump....3808 i really want to win iowa. people say just say you want to do well in iowa. 2nd 3rd 4th? i want to win iowa......with everybody." trump is trying everything he can to try to win the caucuses... on tuesday...john wayne's daughter will be a special
trump...in her father's birthplace of winterset. trump has been raising questions about fellow candidate ted cruz's eligibility to be president. and now cruz is facing a lawsuit on the matter. a houston lawyer filed the suit thursday in federal court in texas. cruz was born in canada... his mother is a u-s citizen. the suit wants to clarify what is a "natural born citizen". the attorney wants the supreme court to expedite the case since the iowa caucuses are fast approaching. jeb bush is getting an endorsement from a former rival... 47-53 "on february 20th, we're going to give jeb bush the momentum that he needs and deserves to win the nomination. south carolina senator and former g-o-p presidential candidate lindsey graham made the announcement in north charleston. graham dropped his bid in december... today he said bush is the person who will be ready on day one to be commander-in-chief. during the news conference, bush also pledged to make veterans affairs one of his first
former president bill clinton is campaigning for hillary clinton... telling voters why his wife is the most qualified to be president. today, he stopped at morningside college in sioux city. bill clinton began campaigning for her last week in new hampshire and now he's making his rounds in iowa. he called hillary clinton the best change-maker he's ever met. "the reason republicans have been so hard on her for over a year now is they know that too. they've basically been screaming at all of us democrats saying please nominate somebody else. we don't want to run against her." bill clinton says he's not surprised bernie sanders is inching closer to hillary clinton in the polls. he attributes it to republican attack ads on his wife. hillary clinton is bringing in anther pop star to help woo young iowa voters. demi lovato plans to appear with the democratic presidential candidate in iowa city next week... clinton has already drawn the support of several other celebrities, including singer katy perry... the event will be held next thursday at 7-30 p-m in the
memorial union. politicians are used to their opponents playing dirty.. but now, voters themselves are vulnerable.. coming up next.. scam alert.. how con-artists are using the iowa caucuses as a way to target potential victims.. what to be on the look out for.. and later.. at 9-30.. the republican race for president grew even more contentious during last night's debate.. who's taking swipes at whom.. from who h-d iowa' definition leader..you're watching the
callers are calling from a 515 area code... asking residents to caucus on a which is the real caucus date they are also asking for their address, and social security number and for residents to fill out important caucus related
paper work but political parties are urging people beware of those red flags.... none of that information is true ed to caucus for either party is to be a register member of that party but you can do that night of - sam lau they also emphasize real campaigns will introduce the candidate they are calling on behalf of.... but determine if the call is legitimate or not.... don't be afraid to ask 302026 - i would encourage them like something is not right we live
switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back. let's not overthink this. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you.
she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
temperatures have been falling throughout the day today and will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to mostly clear overnight, with temperatures dropping back into doesn't look much better, we'll
see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will still be possible for those out early on sunday. it will be cold to start the work week, but temperatures will start to trend warmer by the
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. call it the red-tide... a sea of red and a downward movement swamping wall street today. markets tumbling right out of the gate... falling below the 16-thousand level for the first time since september. no surprise oil taking most of the punishment... settling down $30 dollars per barrel when it was all said and done..
below the 16-thousand level for the first time since the end of august. the s&p 500 had a down day as well, lower by 42 points. the nasdaq lost 127. hyatt hotel's stock taking a tumble .. hitting its lowest level since november of 2012. we have this following goldman sachs' downgrade of the hotel chain to a sell from a neutral. we also had chipotle mexican group. that is a surprise gainer. the company's stock trading up about two percent in early afternoon trade. chipotle is working to restore confidence in the safety of its to reorganize its food preparation exchange i'm liz claman, fox business network. k-f-c is whipping up some chicken with a little more kick... ..."nashville hot chicken." k-f-c rolls out the new menu item on monday. it pays homage to a popular local specialty in nashville. the kentucky-based fast-food chain
offer the spicy chicken at all of its more-than-4-thousand u-s stores. it's the fourth chicken flavor k-f-c has added to the menu in the chain's 86-year history. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... a pharmacutical trial goes horribly wrong.. where and how it happened.. coming up in sports.hawkeyes surprise everyone except themselves... and iowa state
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he
flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
terror group.. to keep it from spreading any further into its country. nuclear deal.. where the u-s stands tonight.. in the implementation of the nuclear deal with iran.. when sanctions could be lifted. caucus countdown.. the republican race for president grew even more contentious during last night's debate.. who's taking swipes at whom.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at
indonesian police have released the name of one of the five terrorists involved in yesterday's deadly attacks in
jakarta. he already had been convicted on terror-related charges-- and died during the attack. indonesian authorities say the alleged mastermind had left the country for syria some time ago, to join the terror group. there are fears that isis is gaining ground in indonesia-- but as saima mohsin reports-- locals are fighting back against that narrative. at the capital's main mosque prayers for those killed and injured and thoughts on the threat of violent extremists like isis recruiting indonesians in the name of islam. in a strongly worded sermon during friday prayers here at the grand mosque the imam said "terrorism is a crime against humanity" and that islam is not meant to scare people or to be used to spread fear among people. this, the first attack on indonesian soil claimed by isis has compelled people here to speak out against
the name of islam. "what happened yesterday - they are i condemn them. i demand the as a muslim i reject this terrorism in the name of islam." "islam's become a scapegoat. people believe islam is identical to violence. every time violence happens people think it's related to islam. but it's not." "no no no. i'm not a terrorist. humans all over the world. islam & muslims are not terrorists. terrorism is not islam." across the city - nahdlatul ulama, an association of islamic scholars - with 50 million indonesian members worldwide - held an interfaith dialogue with representatives of the catholic and protestant churches, jewish, hindu and bhuddhist communities. signing a declaration condemning the attack, calling for unity and compassion for the victims' families and peace. in november 2015 - recognizing the potential threat, the association released a video campaign - aimed at
the film urges muslims to put more focus on the human side of islam. there is growing concern, heightened by this attack, about isis gaining a foothold in the world's largest muslim country. at least 500 fighters are believed to have traveled to iraq and syria from here. but that's 500, out of 200 million mostly moderate muslims - in a secular state. isis claimed responsibility for thursday's gun and bomb attack saying the group was targeting quote "a gathering of nationals of the crusader alliance, which is fighting the islamic state"not in our name say indonesian muslims. saima mohsin cnn jakarta indonesia secretary of state john kerry be traveling to austria tomorrow to meet with the iranian foreign
united states says it's not yet ready to suspend economic sanctions against iran. it says iran's compliance with the nuclear
deal has not been verified. the state department reiterates that the deal is good for the united states, and its allies in the region. kirby says: "this deal was about one thing, and one thing only - moving iran's ability to possess nuclear weapons. and it will do that. and one of the reasons why we pushed so hard for the deal, why it matters so much to us, is because it is so good fro our allies and partners and friends in the region. it makes them all safer. and iran without that capability is not just good for our interest. it's good for their interest." there's no word yet on when the deal's so-called "implementation day" will be. the quest to fight pain is as old as the pharmaceutical industry itself.. but tonight there is word of a drug trial that went horribly wrong. abby huntsman has the story from
clinical trials are designed to make sure that medications are safe before they are released to the public. but in france where several large pharmaceutical companies are based.. something went very wrong while testing a new painkiller. six men are hospitalized.... one of them is brain dead. touraine says: "an accident of exceptional gravity happened during a clinical trial in phase 1 in rennes." the medication that was being tested was supposed to work on the system in the brain which deals with pain touraine says it acts on natural systems which fight pain, a system called the endocannabinoid system. but i must stress, there is no cannabis in this drug.'' ninety healthy male volunteers were given the drug in varying doses: coubris says: "it is obvious that we are facing an unprecedented situation. such an event has never happened in france before. i remind you that we are in phase one of the drug trial. theoretically, there is no reason for any kind of accident to happen. " the experimental drug is produced by a portuguese pharmaceutical company. the company testing the drug -- biotrial laboratory -- is headquartered in france but also has offices in london and newark new jersey. the chief neurologist at the
are being treated says there is no known antidote for the drug that was being tested. in new york... abby huntsman... fox news. cases of early-stage clinical trials
going badly wrong are rare but not unheard of. the last drug trial disaster in europe occurred in 2006, when six healthy volunteers given an experimental drug in london ended up in intensive care. the republican presidential field appears to be a two-man race in iowa. but with a little over two weeks to go until the state's primary going all in. and that's leading to some tense story. nasty presidential candidate "that was made" presidential candidate "i'm not from donald trump"donald trump and ted cruz spent most of thursday night's fox business debate
themselves from personal attacks. from the birther issue to a jab on so-called "new york values" -- the two gop frontrunners were armed and ready. and they weren't the only ones - presidential candidate "that is not consistent conservatism. that is political calculation." presidential candidate "the reason, the reason -- no you already had your chance, marco, you blew it"so on friday... the gop contenders returned to the campaign trail... donald trump focusing his efforts on iowa. where the latest poll shows a dead heat between him and cruz. trump said today -- he doesn't want anything less than first place. presidential candidate: we have a great relationship with the evangelicals, like fantastic -- and with the tea party, and with everybody in iowa. and i really want to win it. cruz, meanwhile, is sticking around in south carolina - holding two rallies in a state where his campaign thinks he can be competitive. south carolina "jeb bush is ready on day one."and a former frontrunner, jeb bush, received an endorsement from a former gop candidate, lindsey graham. all while one of bush's current rivals, marco rubio... is going after him in a new ad. "we all see what's happening.
false attacks" presidential candidate "if you're a candidate, you can't play the role of the victim. so i'm not going to do it, and he shouldn't either. " in washington, i'm steve nannes. the next republican debate is scheduled for january 28th here in des moines at the iowa events center. it was an incident that went viral st groundhog day. a groundhog bit a small-town wisconsin mayor during a ceremony. now...that wisconsin town is considering changing future groundhog day ceremonies. director of tourism and economic development neal stechschulte says this february second, an actual groundhog may not be available. the issue has caused a big uproar in the town of sun prairie.. one potential solution ... someone
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temperatures have been falling will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to mostly clear overnight, with temperatures dropping back into the single digits. tomorrow doesn't look much better, we'll see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will still be possible for those out early on sunday. it will be cold to start the work week, but temperatures will start to trend warmer by the
country right now than iowa's. the hawkeyes are 4-0 with 3 wins over top 25 teams, 2 over michigan state. iowa jumped all over the spartans right from the start leading 47-25
at the half. from there it was cruise control to a 76-59 win. peter jok led the way with 23 points. jarrod uthoff another double double, 15 points 10 rebounds. iowa now 13 and 3 overall, 4-0 in the big 10, best conference start in
hawks are back home sunday to take on michigan. wolverines are fresh off a win over #3 maryland. tipoff at 3:30. game is sold out iowa state needs a win. not just to stay in the big 12 race but also to put fans, at ease. cyclones have lost 3 of their last 4 games including an overtime loss on tuesday at texas. 12 and 4 overall, just 1 and 3 in the conference. all 4 losses have
with kansas and oklahoma looming on the schedule this is pretty much a must win for iowa state. tipoff set for 3:00 in manhattan drake women back home hosting indiana state. 3rd q. bulldogs starting to pull away. courtney rush, bottoms up from deep. 11 for rush. drake up 17. more in the 3rd. sarah rhine battling inside, if at first you dont succeed, try try again. good on the putback. dogs rolling. more from rhine. great pass from maddie dean, and 1. drake cruises 8-55 over indiana state. the chiefs will be looking for a
the season. doug pederson heading to philadelphia as the new eagles head coach. first though, the playoffs. after winning thier first playoff game in 22 years, k-c will try to make it 2 in a row when they travel to new england saturday afternoon. chiefs and patriots, saturday afternoon. banged up pats favored by 4, but wobbling down the stretch. after that game, the packers and cardinals kick at 7:15 saturday night,
before we go tonight... remember the "pizza rat" in new york, last year? well, say hello to the "pita rats." somebody dropped
a piece of pita bread in new york's herald square subway station. these two rats struggled to drag it up the stairs. laura duch saw it happening, and she recorded this video. the rats manage to get it up a few steps, but they take plenty of breaks to chow down. they also play a bit of tug-o-war with it. temperatures have been falling throughout the day today and will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to mostly clear overnight, with temperatures dropping back into
look much better, we'll see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will still be possible
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