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tv   Channel 13 News at 6  NBC  October 24, 2015 6:00pm-6:30pm CDT

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that's where channel 13's dan winters joins us.. he's anchoring our coverage live from hy - vee hall... dan biggest fundraiser of the year for the state party... biggest opportunity to this point for these candidates to influence the people who influence this process. remember the way the democrats caucus... a lot of the people attending the dinner in this room tonight are the some people who will be in a room on caucus night trying to convince their friends and neighbors to support one of these candidates. now, i want to bring in our political director dave price. he's used to support one of these candidates. now, i want to bring in our political director dave price. he's used to covering politicans. today, he covered a pop star. did the katy perry concert for hillary clinton live up to the hype? picture this combination. you mix a star like katy perry with
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former secretary of state who's running for president you have her husband...who's a former president himself. that means people had to stand in line and wait for hours. it's a test of people's patience. but then it was showtime. katy perry sang three of her biggest hits in a mini-concert just outside this building. 'the campaign estimated 4,000 people attended the free concert perry had volunteered to do something for clinton. the campaign decided this pre- jefferson jackson dinner rally was the perfect way to showcase her. i asked a woman in the crowd why she was willing to stand out here for so long. throughout this campaign, bernie sanders has been close behind
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in the polls, in fundraising, and on the debate state. tonight sanders took a high across a bridge. reid chandler joins us now to explain how supporters are trying to bring some energy to the sanders campaign. roll to vo: through the caucuses and onto the general throughout this campaign, bernie
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in the polls, in fundraising, and on the debate state. tonight sanders took a high across a bridge. reid chandler joins us now to explain how supporters are trying to bring some energy to the sanders campaign. roll to vo: through the caucuses and onto the general rollcue to sot: sick of establishment politics. we'll take you back live to hy-vee hall tonight at ten and hear from the candidates ... and from some of the supporters who opened their wallets to get in the door to meet them. .an amber alert issued in
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rollcue to sot: sick of establishment politics. we'll take you back live to hy-vee hall tonight at ten and hear from the candidates ... and from some of the supporters who opened their wallets to get in the door to meet them. .an amber alert issued in southeast iowa today has been cancelled. police in ottumwa were asking for help finding 13-year old paige johnstone. within the last 15 minutes that
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it was a cold, wet start to the day today ... but the sun managed to peak out this afternoon we could be in for more of the same tomorrow. meteorologist jennifer mcdermed joins us with a first look at the forecast. it was a recipe for disaster
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cyclones traveled to take on the number-three baylor bears. coming up in sports ... michael admire has the good, the bad and the ugly from the cyclone showdown. and coming up next ... it was a one stop shop for veterans. what they found today at congressman young's veterans care fair. iowa is home to 230-thousand
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invited to downtown des moines to find the answers and care many of them desperately need. seven-and-a-half-percent of the state's population has served in the armed forces. that includes the
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tens of thousands who've served in the wars in decade. today iowa congressman david young hosted a fair to discuss different options available for all veterans ... young and old. 8:22:49:05-8:23:09:27 "we want to set the standard here in iowa and we are hoping that we in thing...this should be a nationwide thing that we do." 20 different agencies set up shop at the pappajohn education center downtown this morning. they represented everything from healthcare companies to universities. vets we spoke to said the fair made the job of finding the right kind of help -- easy. one of the things i've found...there are a ton of resources out there...but it can overwhelming...that' s phenomenal" there's no word from the
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regular event in his district. what do you do when a hurricane strikes during your family vacation to mexico? jenga! our co-worker amanda vizcarra and family are doing the best they can to stay entertained in puerto vallarta after narrowly missing hurricane patricia this weekend. cyclones another week, another top 3
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halloween is like a boomerang...it comes back to you. as a parent, it's come back to me, and wouldn't you know? it's bugging me, sunday night. --------------------- as a kid,
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another week, another top 3 offense facing the cyclones. as if that wasn't hard enough... iowa state will have to keep pace without an injured, allen lazard. rain falling hard in waco, but it didn't slow baylor. the bears offense putting up points, and putting them up with ease. seth russell strolls into the endzone. iowa state down 14-0. baylor with 377 first half yards to iowa state's 135. another uncontested six.. 28-0 baylor. it has the making of a big blow out until paul rhoads turns to former ankeny hawk, joel lanning. the offense wakes up... joshua thomas scores from three yards out 35-7
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more lanning, showing off the arm... back of the endzone touchdown, quenton bundrage. 35-14 baylor. cyclones shutout the bears in the 3rd quarter, lanning throws three second half touchdowns. it's too little too late, cyclones lose 45-27, but they've found their new quarterback. a timely bye week for the undefeated hawkeyes. iowa can sit back this saturday and watch the rest of the big 10 beat up on each other. the hoosiers giving michigan state all they can handle. spartans take control late thanks to connor cook's 4th touchdown pass of the game. indiana has a bye week, then plays iowa in two weeks. score is a little deceiving... michigan state indiana six straight wins has grand view back in the top five.
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perfect afternoon on the east side. grand view and peru state. vikings four-year starting quarterback, derek fulton going to work. up top to, cory , touchdown grandview... 14-3 vikes.one second remaining in the half... enough time for one final play... fulton to alex brammer diving catch. touchdown! a 36-yard strike as time expires. grand view wins big 34-3. rick fox, and the bulldogs welcome the dolphins to drake stadium. andy rice throwing to the front pylon, eric saubert snags the ball before it touches the turf... great touchdown reception for saubert, he had three for the game. drake 28 jacksonville 24 northern iowa ready for 6th ranked south dakota state. panthers hold the jackrabbits to 259 total yards in a defensive struggle.
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the royals are making up for lost time. after 29 years without a playoff appearance. the royals are going to a second straight world series. here's the play that sent those royals fans at power and light into an all night party... wade davis' five-out save sends k-c back to the fall classic. just like last year the world series will start in kansas city.
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if you think storm damage is the only cost of climate change, think again. from the rising price of food to higher insurance rates for homes and businesses, the economic damage will only get worse. but with american-made clean energy, we can save money on electricity and spur innovation to create new businesses and jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
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the evening started with a fireworks in downtown des moines ... as performed by pop star katy perry. tonight the festivities continue inside at the jefferson-jackson dinner in downtown des moines. this is a live look inside the event at hy-vee hall right now. hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley will be taking the stage later tonight at the iowa democratic party's biggest fundraiser ... as well as the biggest iowa event so far in the democratic presidential race. we'll take you back to the
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evening's speeches and the pre-dinner rallies. before we go... it's never too late to do the right thing. this week an alabama finally returned an overdue library book to his high school ... after 63 years! bobby rice found the book "lydia bailey" that he checked out in 1952 hidden away in his house. so he did the right thing and took it back. thankfully for him the school librarian waived the more than 15-hundred dollars in fines rice had accrued over the years. coming up at ten.. hillary
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