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for.. plus... food shortage. thousands are without food the metro... and a local church is stepping in to help solve the problem.. the event held today and how much money it raised good evening and thanks for joining us... i'm jodi whitworth. ankeny police say a fight inside a fast food restaurant... ended in gunfire.. 36-year-old gabriel coco is accused of shooting two 18-year-olds in the parking lot of the mcdonald's on southwest state street around 10-30 last night.. when officers arrived, they found justin phongsavanh and nickolas culver with gunshot wounds.the two men are being treated for serious injuries at an area hospital. shortly after the shooting ... coco turned himself into the polk county sheriff's office. he is charged with two counts of willful injury causing serious injury. today, coco was released on bond
from the polk county jail. republicans and democrats are reflecting today, on what was learned during thursday's benghazi hearing. where the house committee interviewed former secretary of state hillary clinton for 11-hours. on nbc's "meet the press" today... chuck todd interviewed the chairman of the house select committee on benchazi... asking if he can now say what new information he learned in thursday's hearing... if you look at the charge that i think secretary clinton has the most information on, it's that first charge that before, when she's asked, whether she takes responsibility, she says, "yes." but when you ask responsibility for what, i can't tell you what she's taking responsibility for. and my main fear there is how are we better prepared to avoid the next benghazi if we don't fully understand who made the errors and where the errors were made last time a democrat on that committee says it was not their role to defend clinton
clinton, along with her two rivals -- bernie sanders and martin o'malley were in des moines last night. the trio headlined the iowa democratic party's annual jefferson jackson dinner... where they battled for iowan's support. many who attended the event say they already know who they will vote for ... but others hoped the speeches would help make up their mind. channel 13's reid chandler spoke with voters and joins us now in the studio with more... hy-vee hall last night was filled to the brim with iowa democrats...most of whom were there to cheer on a specific candidate... but minds aren't all made up...and some aren't even sure they'd rally behind another candidate if their favorite doesn't come out on top. what's the big difference between hillary clinton supporters and bernie sanders supporters? 19:01:00 "they're a lot more quiet laughs." - yvonne fielder -hillary supporter that's what one clinton supporter thinks about the sanders crowd... of course, sanders' supporters have their own opinions on that question. 18:57:01 "i really like that bernie isn't funded by multi-million dollar
companies, and i just believe his values more than hillary supporters do." - haley wilcox - bernie supporter but not everyone at the jefferson- jackson dinner saturday night knows who they're caucusing for. take jessica padilla - an iowa latina and graduate student at iowa state who went to the dinner hoping to see who's serious about latino issues. 19:16:18 "because i feel like everyone's putting up a front, especially because everyone wants the vote." 19:14:10 "i think being able to see who has the genuine care for the latino population across the country. they are being more aware that our vote counts, and so they really need to provide stances - not just promises." - jessica padilla - ames, ia are being more aware that our vote counts, and so they really need to provide stances - not just promises." - jessica padilla - ames, ia sanders poll numbers are higher than anyone expected when he entered the race...but his supporters say, even if he doesn't win the nomination, that doesn't mean they'll rally behind clinton. 18:57:14 "probably, but...i don't know, i'd have to think about it a little bit more." jenna conn - bernie supporter for kimberly roberts, who supported clinton in 0-8...she says there's an organizational difference between the clinton and sanders supporters that'll help her candidate win in iowa. 19:03:55 "hillary clinton supporters, as you can see tonight, they're all up, they're all cheering for her, we're all ready for her. while
you look over to the other side, bernie sanders people are just sitting down, not even caring about it. you can see that all of us are fighting for her, all of us want her to be on, all of wa her be back in office. we fought ce, we'rgnto fightain, and we're not i to get knocd down thisme." - kimberly roberts - dianola, rtin o'malley, the third ndidate seeking the nomination, is just llg around twoee among voters... t he s not without his own support at last night's dinner, and o ts believe he's more progressive option thllary clinton,and still more electablthanbernie sanders. we'll see how it shakes out in february...thanks reid. this weekend it was the democrats turn.... and next weekend the republican party of iowa will hold a fundraiser -- the first of it's kind. here is a look at the confirmed guests attending the "growth and opportunity party" the only presidential hopefuls not attending so far are.... doctor ben carson, donald trump and governor's george pataki and john kasich candidates will debate on how to grow the economy and provide opportunities for all americans.. the event will take place next saturday october 31 - st at the varied industries building on the iowa state fair grounds. tickets are 10 dollars we are now less than one - hundred days away from the iowa caucuses... and in the final days leading up to the event...
legendary n-b-c anchor tom brokaw will visit des moines to talk about the importance of the event. brokaw will speak to hundreds of central iowa business and community leaders at the greater des moines partnership's 127 - th annual dinner. he has covered presidential politics for three decades. and the event's organizer says brokaw's timing and appearance in the state sends a strong message. "to have someone like tom brokaw, arguably one of the most highly- respected journalists, most well-known journalist of our time, come talk about the caucuses just one week before sends a very powerful message across the nation, across the world, on the importance that iowa plays in selecting our next president." :01-:18 tom brokaw is a best-selling author and winner of some of journalism's most prestigious awards. it was another beautiful day across central iowa.... meteorologist jennifer mcdermed joins us now for the first look at the
what's left of hurricane patricia.. in fact, hurricane patrica is now considered a tropical depression the storm started as one of the strongest recorded storms in history -- but died down before reaching mexico's west coast. the damage to the coastal towns were less than expected... but now the regions biggest concerns are flooding and mudslides.... flooding is also impacting parts of texas... in some areas more than two feet of rain has fallen - washing away homes and businesses and stranding drivers on the road. disaster relief agencies are in place across the state to help residents there... and there is a need for hunger relief in iowa... the des moines area religious council's food pantry is expected to help more than 15 - thousand people this year... that's more than ever before. and a local church is stepping in to help put more food on the shelves
union park united methodist church held a concert and potluck this morning to help raise money... close to one - hundred singers and musicians took part in the event. the church was hoping to raise 5 - thousand dollars... but it doubled it's goal 331228 - weve raised, idk were pretty close to 85 hundred dollars. im thinking that by the time we close the account we will be between 9 thousand and 10 thousand dollars in just wonderful people stepping up and sharing their talents the food pantry is asking for donations of both food and cash. coming up after the break... we are learning more about the deadly crash in oklahoma. hear from witnesses and survivors....and the additional charges the suspect may face.. plus coming up in sports.... the lastest a- p poll highlights iowa's winning record... where the hawkeyes winning records places them in the rankings nearly 50 people remain
i can't wait to meet you. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same...
including a 2 year old and a former oklahoma state university professor. nick valencia spoke to witnesses and survivors. you can hear the horrific screams from the crowd as a car barrels through a homecoming parade in oklahoma. the cell phone video captures just how fast the driver was going on saturday afternoon when she crashed into the celebration...filled with unsuspecting victims. "people were here having fun and literally they don't know what hit them. i mean it just came 40, 50 miles per hour. the suspect, 25-year-old adacia chambers, walked away from the crash in handcuffs. she's been charged with driving under the influence. more charges are possible. littered throughout the scene...debris from the crash that killed four people. several others are in critical condition in all-- at least 47 were hurt.
"i just saw something black coming at us. i didn't know what it was at first. so i just got up and ran and the car hit me like as it was stopping and then i flew over some strollers." at the oklahoma state university homecoming...a moment of silence. players kneel to honor the victims. among them, 2-year-old nash lucas. late saturday, his father, posted a message on facebook -- "miss you so much, buddy"... authorities says possible charges for the driver range from negligent homicide to murder. for the first time in 5 years
jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. 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.
michigan state is 6th, alabama 7. stanford 8, notre dame 9 and iowa rounds out the top 10. bama, stanford and the irish all have 1 loss and are ahead of the hawkeyes. the last time iowa took the field they put a whooping on northwestern in evanston, 40-10. cj beathard was only about 50%, but the hawks dominated on the ground, and the defense shut down the wildcats. akrum wadley was the new star at running back, scoring 4 touchdowns. with the week off leshun daniels should be healthy and ready to play next week against maryland. here is a look at the remaining schedule. 3 at home, 2 on the road. no ranked teams left. in fact out of those 5 games, only minnesota has an overall winning record. next week maryland visits iowa city. the hawkeyes are an early 16 point favorite. most coaches don't believe in
iowa state suffered another loss on saturday against baylor, but paul rhoads was able to find some positives. the cyclones got off to a horrendous start falling behind 35-zip in the first half. sam richardson struggled at quarterback, completing just 3 of 11 passes for 12 yards, which included 2 interceptions. 2nd half, in steps joel lanning, and we have life in the iowa state offense. lanning throws for 144 yards and 3 td's to make the game respectable. so one would assume after saturday that lanning will be the starter this week, but nothing official yet. here are the season stats. obviously richardson has started every game with lanning getting spot duty here and there. 5 touchdowns, no interceptions for joel, and he's also completing passes at a 65 percent clip.
cyclones return home this week to take on texas. longhorns are just 3-4, but they have won 2 in a row over oklahoma and kansas state. kickoff on saturday set for 6 pm, under the lights at jack trice. texas is an 8 point favorite the vikings are a trendy pick to make the playoffs this year in the nfc. its still early, but through 6 games minnesota looks like a postseason contender. on the road today at detroit. 3rd q down 2. teddy bridgewater, up top to the little man strfon diggs. what a catch from the rookie out of maryland. 36 yard touchdown. vikings improve to 4-2...28-19 over detroit. chiefs home taking on the steelers. late 4th. alex smith, dumps it off to chris conley. defense shuts the door after that. k-c gets win number 2 on the
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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, i couldn't wait for halloween. on this sunday fight, homecoming tragedy. witnesses describe the terrifying moments as an alleged drunk driver plowed into a homecoming parade, killing four people. was it deliberate? dramatic rescues as torrential rains turn texas streets into rivers, and it's not over yet. deadly mission. new images and more