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unemployment error... hundreds of iowans who incorrectly collected thousands of dollars in unemployment checks may not have to repay the money... why officials say it would cost more than it's worth to collect it... buck of a lifetime... that's what an iowa man thought he got after a hunting trip in 20-14... did it caused controversy... how state legislators could now change the way iowans hunt of spring.. where they're causing problems along the des moines river right now.. from who h-d iowa's high channel 13 news at
nearly three quarters of a million dollars in unemployment checks paid out mistakenly by iowa workforce development last year... may never be recovered. good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us has been a member of the workforce created should be able to keep those checks because it wasn't their mistake. money its worth. mike dasilva has the story. 02:12:27--35 it was really workforce developments fault. iowans came forward and pointed it out and said i want to return the check and they said no.' that's why state senator bill dotzler believes the iowans who received unemployment checks in 2014 due to an error by iowa workforce development...should be allowed to keep that money...even though they got money that they weren't supposed to. dotzler, who's a non-voting member of the iowa workforce development board, is proposing that iowans should not have to pay the
cant get blood out of a turnip and when somebodys been laid off and they dont have any resources, youre gonna have to go through procedures of garnishing wages and all that. andy roberts of the plumbers and steamfitters local union 33, is the chairman of of the iowa workforce development board. roberts is in favor of dotzler's proposal. 01:50:15--24 'i just feel that what its gonna cost for the state of iowa taxpayers to recuperate this money is far more, outweighs the amount that youre gonna receive back in.' both dotzler and roberts think that money would be better spent trying to go after folks who try to defraud the system intentionally...and to make sure that mistakes like this don't happen again. the taxpayers we spoke with agree. 01:58:58 'and i think that what they should do is look at preventing this things from happening in the future rather than trying to go back and reclaim money thats already been dispersed because trying to get that back is just gonna waste more money.' 01:59:13 02:00:11--23 'because thats government agencys error so, and the money
plus it cost them more. 02:01:00--16 'i think that its time to just drop it, because it was a big snafu obviously. errors abounded and i think it would be more costly to go after it and it would tie up a lot of peoples time i mean think they should just forward.' senator dotzler will deliver his proposal to the board this friday. a spokesperson for iowa workforce development director beth towsend said the townsend is waiting to see which direction the board
des moines police got a break in 71-year-old woman. it turns out their suspect is the man who was shot and killed by urbandale police. ali yahia... the same man involved in a shootout with urbandale police on february 13th... is accused of breaking into norma jean mcneeleys home on january 24th. she was brutally stabbed to death. police say yahia tried to cover be the victim of a crime. investigators found a bloody scene inside. they collected samples from the home and followed a bloody trail away from the crime scene. tests confirmed that d-n-a matched a known violent offender. police say yahias death basically closes the murder investigation.. which comes as a relief to some neighbors. 02:02:40 it's just a horrible thing and it would be horrible to happen to anybody, but they were just so vulnerable and the crime was just so atrocious 52 norma jean mcneeley lived with her sister who is disabled.
the murder and heard her sister being time. a des moines woman is accused of fire. 47 year old amy thornton is charged with "attempted murder" and "willful injury." police say she lit the man on fire while they were arguing originally claimed it expected to recover. thornton remains in the polk county jail on a 110 thousand dollar bond. jury selection is underway for a his wife. investigators believe 41 year old alexander fazzino killed emily fazzino... her body was found on a bathroom floor in the home they shared in 20-12... at first... her death was ruled accidental, but a second autopsy indicated otherwise. the trial is being held in winneshiek coutny after being delayed five separate times... the most recent delay allowed fazzino to care for his daughter as she recovered from a bone marrow transplant. more than a year ago, joe franz harvested what many called the buck of a lifetime... but
did it caused controversy justin surrency explains how his innocence is now causing legislators to change hunting laws in the state of iowa a judges decision to clear joe franz friday of with hunting over bait charges was more than personal 'i think the verdict that was handed down today is a victory not only for my family and i but also for all the hunters in the state of iowa because i think its been a landmark decision.'in august of 20-14 franz bought land outside of the melcher dallas area in marion county in preparation to hunt palmer, a large buck many considered a lifelong dream... 'such a beautiful creature.'in october, franz fulfilled that dream... 'i never imagined in a million years that id be so fortunate, i thank god for the opportunity.'but over a year later the d-n-r accused him of hunting over bait 'any time bait is in the vicinity and obviously being used to attract wildlife to the area being hunting.'franz
areas previous owners and made sure they wernt an issue by calling the filming the process... 'i contacted the dnr officer a he instructed me to cover up the everything was good.' "the dnr shouldn't be trying to make it more difficult to thin the deer herd than it needs to be"republican state senator mark chelgren hopes to pass new bills to put an end to what he believes are vague baiting laws... "across the state it's been handled differently based on the interpretation of different
what we need done..."the dnr says they are willing to change "we want to be able to work with both legislators and hunters to come up with something people can understand in the field..."and it's what franz wanted to see, but now, despite the victory he's no longer sure if he wants to be a part of... "i have no plans to go hunting anytime soon, it actually feels like part of my soul has been ripped out." another issue state senator chelgren hopes to address is the d-n-r's authority to take a hunter's items before they are convicted of any charges... franz has been without his bow, rifle and trophy buck since the accusations were brought forward... the d-n-r says it will return the items... warm weather means.. melting snows.. and ice jams.. in recent days, jams have caused damage and closed roads in boone county. ben oldach reports that despite dodging destruction or major flooding, areas along the des moines river aren't out of
the dnr expects roads to reopen in the next few days.... again though, boone county is paying close attention to the ice jam near fort dodge. we've been watching flood warnings around the state.. and some are still in effect tonight. meteorologist brett mcintyre has details.. brett.. it seems spring has sprung it will be quiet and cooler this week. this evening will remain cloudy with temperatures dropping to the low 30s. a cold front will move through during the morning on tuesday which will could bring a quick rain/snow mix
there's still much more to come tonight.... coming up next.. teens have heard the warning's for years ... tanning is bad for you. but now there's a tool that allows healthcare professionals to show kids the damage that may already be done. how the "dermascan" is opening kids' eyes. from who h-d iowa's high watching the channel 13 news at nine on fox
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"it wasn't what i was expecting. i didn't think i'd have that much damage, but clearly i did." this machine is making its rounds to area schools to show students what's going on underneath the surface of their skin. teens typically don't think about wrinkles, age spots or skin cancer. megan reuther shows how a group
high school students don't think much about their skin... @31:17 "i'm outside a lot, especially with sports and stuff, you're exposed all the time." except maybe how it looks. @38:15 "towards the beginning of wrestling season, i tanned a lot, and then after christmas break, i stopped." that's why a look inside this machine can be eye-opening. @38:14 "i looked in the mirror and it showed the light spaces on my skin was the non-damaged part. @39:36 "the darker was damaged, and it was most of my face." this is called the dermascan. gina mandernach and rachel dow with the john stoddard cancer center bring this to area schools for the "it's your skin iowa" project. @49:06 "the dermascan is a tool we can use...not actually a screening...but just a tool to show damage done below the surface of the skin that you can't get back. so this is damage donenats@36:13 "which show damage from uv rays." the project started last year with a grant from the iowa cancer consortium. their goal is to get teens to
and avoid tanning tanning, and we're seeing so many cases of melanoma in that age bracket, so it's the second highest cancer that is seen for 15 to 29 year olds." standup@59:46 "19 area schools are participating in the "it's your skin iowa." it's a contest to get students to pledge not to tan." @55:20 and, whoever gets the most percentage will get $500 for their school to use as they want." norwalk high school won the contest last year and used the money for post prom activities. @38:03 "it really opens my view." all while teaching the students to protect their skin. @30:07 "i think you should be comfortable in your own skin." the it's your skin project also has an instagram contest for
school student to participate. students use the hastag "itsyourskiniowa" and say why they don't tan. students have two chances to win a one hundred dollar amazon gift card. ed ad lib weather tease on set it will be quiet and cooler this week. this evening will remain cloudy with we don't just serve any fish sandwich at culver's. we serve wild-caught, north atlantic cod.
full of flavorful nutrients, and that comes through in the fish. this is the way we ship it to your restaurants. it's not pre-breaded. so not only do we use the highest quality cod, but we still hand-batter it the old-fashioned way. that's remarkable. and we think we get the best fish filet sandwich because of that. this is the best fish sandwich in america.
apple's c-e-o emailed his staff on monday...thanking them for their support. tim cook is referring to the case involving the iphone of terrorist syed farook. farook and his wife shot and killed 14 people last december in san bernardino. the fbi is demanding apple help break into farook's phone. cook is refusing. the ceo emailed his staff saying that the case is about more than a single phone. the f-b-i's director said sunday the agency's demand ...is about giving the victims justice... and providing a thorough investigation into theehooting. apple has until friday to respond to the court order. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- a group of sandy hook shooting victims are filing a lawsuit... who they are suing... and the history that the case could make... 1
today after a shooting spree kills six yesterday in michigan. the latest on the investigation... syria agreement... president obama and vladimir putin have reached a ceasefire agreement on syria. what the u-n has to say about the agreement... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 a michigan prosecutor says uber driver - jason dalton - has allegedly admitted to carrying out a deadly shooting rampage this weekend in the kalamazoo area. the prosecutor says dalton waived his right against self incrimination and said he was - quote - "involved in these incidents." news of the admission came just a short time after dalton made his first court appearance. mike tobin reports. forty-five-year-old uber driver jason dalton making his first court appearance monday...showing little emotion...and saying very little. judge says: "are you jason brian
one word answers -- "yes" when asked to confirm his name... and whether he understands the sixteen criminal offenses he is charged with... including: six counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder. judge says: "the defendent did murder mary lou nye. if guilty of this offense it is a felony punishable by a sentence of life in prison." dalton - a former insurance adjuster with no prior criminal record... is accused of carrying out a deadly shooting rampage...in the kalamazoo, michigan area. beginning on saturday around six p-m, firing at an apartment complex... four hours later at a car dealership, and - fifteen minutes after that - more shooting - at a restaurant parking lot. police say dalton targeted victims...fatally shooting at least six people. no word yet on a possible motive... meantime, dalton reportedly off uber passengers in between shootings...including this couple. female rider says: "i would never expect someone that had just been out killing people to come and pick me up." halfheartedly joked at him and said, 'you're not the shooter are you?' and he said
i said 'are you sure... and he said no... i'm just really tired." uber says dalton did pass their background checks. the county prosecutor says a search warrant was executed at dalton's house... and a significant store of weapons was uncovered. in kalamazoo, michigan, mike tobin, fox news. a group of survivors of sandy hook shooting victims are filing a lawsuit against gun-maker remington. twenty children and six educators were killed when a young man unloaded 154 rounds from an a-r-15 semiautomatic rifle on that fateful day in newtown, connecticut. an attorney representing the families of nine victims and a teacher who survived announced the lawsuit today. the a-r-15 is based on an automatic, lightweight weapon originally commissioned by the u-s military. the military studied how do people die from gunshots. how do we kill more people with more efficiency, more accurately in less time. and they put it out to bid and the ar-15.== ==and that same weapon was found
sota's classroom, classroom 10, on december 14th, 2012. that is why this is a lawsuit. the case has the potential to make history if it goes to trial. a 2005 federal law grants gun manufacturers immunity from any lawsuit related to injuries that result from criminal misuse of their product. but there is an exception to the "negligent entrustment." in minnesota - a man is facing 25 counts of possessing and receiving child pornography. danny heinrich is also a suspect in the 19-89 kidnapping of 11-year old jacob wetterling. the young boy was abducted while riding his bike in saint joseph and has never been seen again. authorities say d-n-a testing also links heinrich to attacks on other young boys. one of the alleged victims - jared scheierl - spoke out about the
he said it's unfortunate the statute of limitations expired einrich could be prosecuted. "i feel like procrastination on law enforcement side may have constituted injustice on my side. so although i can't prosecute danny heinrich i feel that there's a lot of other victims that haven't received answers as well." danny heinrich pleaded not guilty to all 25-pornography counts in court today. the white house and russia are talking, as president obama and vladimir putin have reached a ceasefire agreement on syria. the obama administration calls it a moment of opportunity, and says the u-s will try to capitalize on it. but as john huddy reports, the agreement will be anything but easy to implement. as isis carried out suicide attacks in syria, the u-s and russia hammered out a cease-fire plan to stop syria's civil war, at least temporarily, starting saturday . the u-n's spokesman said today
quote- "exerts influence on the warring parties" to reach a long term cease-fire. dujarric says: "above all, it is a long-awaited signal of hope to the syrian people that after five years of conflict there may be an end to their suffering in sight." but syrian president bashar al-assad, and the rebel groups his regime is fighting, must also be willing to hold their fire. over the weekend, assad said he would agree to a truce as long as it didn't help "terrorists". one of the factions russia and syria considers a terrorist group, is the al-qaeda linked, anti-assad, nusra front. the cease-fire plan excludes the nusra front and isis. but the high negotiations committee - the group representing syria's opposition factions - said it would accept a cease fire with conditions, one of them, that syria and russia stop bombing the nusra front. earnest says: "this is going to be difficult to implement... we know there are a lot of obstacles, and there are sure to be some setbacks." after several other failed
doubt this will be any different. but russian president vladimir putin called the agreement a "real step forward" that can stop the bloodshed". even if cease-fire happens, it doesn't mean the war will end in syria, as the us and russia will continue to fight isis, and isis will continue its bloodshed. in jerusalem, john huddy, fox news. donald trump ... now being called "unstoppable" ... after his big win in and next up there is the democratic race .... where hillary clinton looks to keep the momentum following her win in nevada over the weekend ... peter doocy, is in washington with the latest. the g-o-p candidates are gearing up for their next campaign showdown ... as they crisscross nevada monday before tomorrow's state cacaus there ... and it comes on the heals of another big win for the frontrunner -- donald trump ... who is now suggesting he is unstoppable after taking
trump says: "i'll win michigan about winning. i'll win new york. if i win that, he election is over because there's so many delegates. so, i do things nobody else is going to do." and with jeb bush officially out of the republican race ... the fight between senators ted cruz and marco rubio is intensifying ... the two lawmakers ... coming in ... are now aiming to prove themselves as the stronger anti-trump rubio says: "now it's every single day ... something comes out of the cruz campaign ... that's deceptive and untrue .. and in this case, goes after my faith .... meantime, the democrats are turning their focus to south carolina, which holds its primary this weekend ... bernie sanders -- looking to regain ground after a five-point loss to hillary clinton in the nevada caucuses ... sanders says: "every one of our ideas is not only the right idea, it's what our country needs, it's what the american people want." doocy says : clinton and sanders will go
before this weekend's primary ... when they attend a prime-time town hall event tomorrow night ... in washington, peter doocy, fox news. and just this afternoon... ted cruz asked his national spokesman, rick tyler, to resign ... over that video alleging fellow candidate, marco rubio, was trash-talking the bible ... it will be quiet and cooler this week. this evening will remain cloudy with temperatures dropping to the low 30s. a cold front will move through during the morning on tuesday which will could bring a quick rain/snow mix through central iowa early in the day. this is the channel 13 news at
this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 it will be quiet and cooler this week. this evening will remain cloudy with temperatures dropping to the low 30s. a cold front will move through during the morning on tuesday which will could bring a quick rain/snow mix through central iowa, but accumulation is not expected. winds will pick up during the middle of the week with temperatures dropping back into the middle to upper 30s. temperatures will bump up to the upper 40s again briefly on saturday with the possibility of more snow on
week. class 1a. 8th ranked grand view christian and mount ayr. 3rd q. shayla mccool buries the 3. tied at 32 after 3. tess shields answers. 3 from on fire for gvc in the 4th. 3 with a minute to play, and we head to overtime tied at 44. in ot. kelcie shields takes over. bucket and the foul. mt ayr up 4. then the offensive rebound, putback to seal it. let the celebration begin. mount ayr heading to state for the first time since
boys substate basketball started tonight for big schools. des moines north advanced with an easy win over indianola. another solid season, 17 and 5 overall. in the last 2 weeks, north has beaten 2 ranked teams. the polar bears are the 2nd highest scoring team in class 4a, and dangerous in the postseason. polar bears host indianola tonight at 8. the cyclone soap opera "mckays
iowa state won saturday night, but no one is talking about that. all the talk centers around the coach's decision to bench jameel mckay for the entire game. iowa state says it was not a suspension, but today on the big 12 conference call, head coach steve prohm said mckay will definitely play tonight at west virginia. mckay has not played in three of iowa state's past five games. he is the cyclones leading rebounder and shot blocker. cyclones, now ranked #17, on big monday with another quick turnaround... at #14 west virginia. cyclone star shawna johnson is away from the team. bill fennelly says johnson's with her father in minneapolis. her dad recently had a stroke. the register's tommy birch reports johnson could be back in time for iowa state's next game, wednesday. it's been an uncharacteristic
iowa state is 5 and 10 in the big 12. cyclones host k-state wednesday. the hawkeyes had their first bad loss of the season at penn state, and followed up with a players only meeting. the hawks also had a week off. hawkeyes host resurgent wisconsin, wednesday night at carver-hawkeye arena. and it's surprising any time
it's payday! and i'm not talking about the delicious little treat with nuts. han, not cool to brag about yourself. here, max, maybe you can use the money to buy a new attitude. "new attitude"? isn't that the name of the boy band you're in? and oleg, you'll notice i docked your pay 'cause you didn't even come in yesterday. i told you, i was working from home. there you go, earl. don't spend it all in one place. you think you pay me enough to spend it in two places? oh, my god, this is less than it cost me to get here today. and i walked. i know. that's all i made? what is this, "12 years a waitress"?