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candidate, in fact i'm in the 70s and 80s on leadership. it's interesting cnn did a poll where - the leadership is the highest. military is the highest, because they think i'm stronger than these other characters. and i am. the economics and all of the things, leading in every category. the one thing they said - is he a nice person? and i actually think i should be leading in that one also to be honest with you matt. trump has often said during the campaign that the challenges of the world, including isis atrocities, don't leave much room for a candidate to worry about having the proper "tone." hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley -- were all trying to energize supporters in iowa this weekend. cnn's jeff zeleny reports from des moines, where the democratic race for president just got real.
the corner." and the political power of bill clinton - in his campaign trail debut. (bill clinton no8 font) "i've never been the warm up act for katy perry before. but i am well aware i am the warm-up act." the biggest week yet of the democratic presidential race ended in iowawhere clinton had plenty of company - and competition. (sanders) "people power! wooo!" bernie sanders has become a democratic star of his own his campaign chartered a plane to fly over their dueling rallies, calling for a revolution .before marching side-by-side with his followers. (bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "this is a march you will join me at the white house." a festival of politics coming to a full boil at the jefferson jackson dinner, a marquee event for democrats. it was at this dinner, eight years ago, where illinois senator barack obama jumpstarted his
presidential campaign. (pres. obama) "if we are really serious about winning this election democrats, then we can't live in fear of losing it." sanders said history could repeat itself. (bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "about eight years ago all of the political experts talked about how another democratic candidate for president just couldn't win. he was unelectable. remember that guy? what's his name? oh, it's president obama." sanders presented himself as a principled progressive - drawing a sharp contrast to clinton's votes on iraq, gay rights and wall street reform. (bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate) "i will not abandon any segment of american society former maryland governor martin o'malley said it was time for a new generation to lead. (martin o'malley/(d) presidential candidate) "new leadership or the same old
battles or our past. actions or words? do we want to get things done? or do we just want to keep shouting past each other?" but clinton argued her experience makes her the party's strongest nominee. (hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) "it's not enough just to rail against the republicans and the billionaires. we have to win this election." in iowa, clinton has an edge in the polls. but sanders is capturing the enthusiasm, a sign this democratic race is not yet settled. (crazy crowd) "bernie! bernie! bernie!" >> > weather ad-lib a few more clouds up above will help shave a few degrees off of our high temperatures today, but overall we'll still be decently warm with
temperatures after starting the day near 40. we'll continue to see the clouds thicken both tonight and tomorrow when a couple of isolated showers become possible, but most of that should miss us to the east. see graphics. >> seventeen people remain hospitalized as a result of the crash of a car into the oklahoma state homecoming parade on saturday. five of those people are in critical condition. the driver, 25-year old adacia chambers is due in court this afternoon. her lawyer tells nbc's "today" show that she had "no real response whatsoever" when he told her that four people had died as a result of the crash. he says he thinks she's mentally ill.
why did adacia chambers drive her car into a crowd? fourty seven people were injured. four died including a 2-year-old little boy. today 17 remain in the hospital. five are in critical condition. now the police say the driver of the car is charged, including dui. she faces four counts of second degree murder but her attorney says he does not believe she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. tony coleman / chambers' attorney "i was not satisfied at all that i was communicatin g with a competent individual. i am not a psychiatrist not am i a psychologist however i have represented. i'm currently representing several with mental illnesses and in my opinion ms. chambers suffers mental illness." adacia chambers will be formally charged later this afternoon. it's believed her father and other family members may be in that courtroom trying to find out an answer everybody here wants to know as well. why did this happen? in stillwater oklahoma, kerry
sanders, nbc news. >> sioux city police continue to investigate a weekend shooting that sent two people to the hospital. late saturday night, officers were called to this home in the 14-hundred block of isabella disturbance. police say 35 year-old nadia broady and 23 year-old mykale johnson were fighting and during the struggle, a handgun went off. the bullet hit johnson in the hand and third person, an unnamed woman, in the chest. their wounds were described as not life- threatening. brody and johnson both face weapons charges, plus aggravated domestic assault. an autopsy confirms that a man who's body was found on a missouri river boat ramp drowned. the body of 32-year-old robert galvin was found friday morning on the homer boat ramp. he had been reported missing five days earlier. galvin grew up in siouxland but
earthquake felt there in recent decades. the epicenter was about 150 miles from kabul and could be felt as far away as india. ron mott/ nbc news/ london, england "pakistan's non combat- army units were also placed on stand by for emergency relief assignments and already aftershocks are being reported. ron mott, nbc news, london." >> clouds have moved in, but our temperatures are still quite mild. meterologist ben dorenbach is in next with the forecast. here's the live view from our skycam in spencer, iowa, where it's and degrees
jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.
the nebraska farm bureau is advising farmers in the state to rules governing grain sales and storage because some of them have changed. some recent changes in state law farmers when a grain elevator fails. to collect from a grain dealers security payment, farmers now payment from a buyer within 15 days after the last shipment in a contract and cash a check within 15 days. previously, it was 30 days. the farm bureau says the shorter deadlines should help speed up resolution of grain elevator insolvencies, but farmers need to protect their rights. farmers can expect fewer problems shipping their crops this year because railroads have made improvements and the market may encourage more farmers to store their grain initially. railroads have upgraded their networks since the problems of the last couple years. also, low oil prices have slowed the growth of hydraulic fracturing mining, which ships oil and mining materials by rail, so there's less competition for rail cars.
american airlines is planning to offer "no frills" airfares starting next year. the airline's goal is to offer lower fares in an effort to compete with fast-growing rivals, such as spirit airlines and frontier airlines. american hasn't released many details, but the plan could include fares that are non- refundable and allow no changes... and with seat assignments made after check-in. american is the lone airline that serves sioux gateway airport, through its regional carrier, "american eagle." still ahead... her family couldn't afford a trip to disneyland, so what's a girl to do? this utah 3-year old is selling her paintings to
learned how to talk. "repunsal, your moms names repunsal." she's been asking her parents for one thing. (jay sorensen, dad) "she's asking me every single day "i want to go to disney land i want to go to disney land"" unfortunatly, the answer to that question has always been the same. mom and dad cant afford the trip. but last month when eva asked again... (kaitlin sorensen, mom) "this time for some reason i decided to respond to her like she was a grown up" the follow up question from mom took eva's disney desire to 'a whole new world.' ( kaitlin sorensen, mom) "i said well, we can't afford to do that, how would you help us do that? and her first suggestion was ..make pictures.." jay sorensen, dad) "it's been incredible to watch her do this." eva started selling her painting on social media, earning money for her disney trip. and that's just the beginning. kaitlin sorensen, mom) "the entire business is hers." eva the artist - is also eva the entrepreneur. kaitlin sorensen,
in from her paintings goes into a bank account, so when she needs supplies she goes out with me and uses her own debit card." that's right - her own debit card. learning the value of a dollar at age 3. "this is my master piece" all while earning her dream trip to the magic kingdom. "go to disney land." jay sorensen, dad) "there's true magic there, and so i just want so badly to see her accomplish this dream it would be fantastic" kaitlin sorensen, mom) "she's learning at a very young age that she can make what she wants happen" >> that was nicole vowell reporting from cedar city, utah. as of last week, eva had sold about 20 paintings to buyers all over the world. she's raised more than $600 in just one month. coming up on around siouxland... a special breakfast that involves a lot of
hood over there. this seems like a great opportunity -- not just for the kids to perform in front of a crowd in a very different and see this kind of performance. that's right. it's very different from our traditional performances that we do where the kids are on stage; the audience is in the seats. this is very interactive. it's very one on one and it's a very different style for my students. what sort of tunes will they be performing? what can people expect when they come to the character breakfast on the 31st? you're going to hear some songs invited to sing along with. you may hear some songs that you may familiar songs done in a new and different way. you're going to get the kids involved this weekend letting them put their own spin on tunes or find a creative way to perform. absolutely. we're going to do a little composition exercise and kind of come up with some of our own arrangements of some classic tunes and perform that - put our own north high spin on it. the kids aren't going to be the only ones in costumes at this event right? i hope not. i hope that when the guests arrive they're dressed up in their favorite costumes. that way they can take pictures with their character if they're dressed alike. it's on halloween. it's a really
halloween - you just mentioned that there. it's going to be october 31st from 9 to 11 a.m. in the north high school commons. if you want more information you can call (712) 239-7020 or you can email this guy right here. his email is email@example.com ols.com. andrew, guys thanks for joining us. thanks a lot. thanks for joining us around siouxland. >>
which means that you are causing a great deal of stress on father's heart. i just have to make sure that that comes to an end. soon. >> hope: oh, my gosh! you're here, you're really here! [smooching] let me look at you. oh, my gosh. you just get more handsome. i had no idea that you were going to be here for my wedding. >> shawn: yeah, well, it was a surprise. >> hope: julie! >> shawn: i had a little encouragement. >> julie: [laughing] i thought you deserved a wonderful surprise. do i get a hug? yeah. talk about a sight for sore eyes. >> doug: oh, shawn-douglas. >> shawn: grandpa. >> doug: it's so wonderful to see you. >> shawn: oh, great to see you. >> doug: wow. >> shawn: missed you. >> doug: welcome back to salem. >> shawn: yeah, thank you. thank you. >> hope: okay, now, i know that you spotted my fianc\ the minute you walked in here, but now it's time the two of you got formally introduced. let's go. aiden jennings... >> aiden: yeah. >> hope: this is my very handsome son...