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culver was released from the hospital on sunday afternoon....but phongsavanh remains in serious condition in the i-c-u... according to a go-fund-me- page....culver was hit in the face with the gun and shot in the arm while phongsavanh was shot in the arm and back and could possibly be paralyzed from the waist down.... the page has been set up to help with medical expenses...we've linked it to our website at w-h-o-t- v-dot-com. davenport police are investigating a shooting at a military recruiting center... officers were called to the u-s navy recruiting center this afternoon...after witnesses heard gunfire. no one was hurt there... police were also called to
they found someone armed... police say turned the gun on no other injuries were reported.. investigators are still looking into the cases and will release more information as they get it. a des moines man faces multiple charges after police say he led them on a car chase. officers attempted to pull over a car last night, at ovid and 2nd street... but they say the car took off. the driver eventually ran into a light pole... and hit a garage. paramedics took two people to the hospital. police arrested 22 year old brandon st peter. he's charged with theft, o-w-i, and interference with official acts. governor branstad announced he's launching a new division today... designed to help people wrongly convicted of crimes... 53:35 we also know in a system operated by humans, mistakes can be made including wrongful convictions. 53:42 the wrongful conviction division will focus on hair comparison analysis. the f-b-i recently admitted to serious errors in testimony on those tests..
many times overstating how close hair from a crime scene matched a defendant. the f-b-i trains the iowa division of criminal investigation on hair analysis methods... so the public defender's office wants to review cases where hair comparison analysis was used. they're looking at cases from 1980 to 2000 - a time when d-n-a analysis wasn't widely used. gregg: 8:14 one of the things that is exciting about this is, if we are able to identify any cases in which those mistakes were made, that hair should be under glass somewhere and we could be able to use dna technology in order to test those hairs and find out whether they got the right person and if they didnt, then we will have the post conviction relief process in order to correct that mistake. 8:38 about 100 cases involving hair comparison have been flagged for review. the wrongful conviction division is part of the office of the state public defender's office... working with the division of criminal investigation, the iowa innocence project and the
in the race for the white house, dr. ben carson is pulling ahead in iowa, according to new polls. donald trump... not accepting his second place status. steve handelsman has the story from washington sot: donald trump presidential candidate :00-:04"one crummy poll and it wasnt even that bad!" at a rally today and a today show town hall in new hampshire, where donald trump does lead in every poll, he was in denial about iowa sot: donald trump presidential candidate :12-:18"i don't believe i did fall behind. it was one poll and a second poll. it was small polls" in fact, ben carson tops three iowa polls, the latest out today carson's at 32%, trump at just 18% in the monmouth survey of iowa republicans. trump and carson were tied in august. a non politician like trump, carson is also controversial. yesterday again opposing abortion even after rape and incest. sot: dr. ben carson presidential candidate :39-:44"i would not be in favor of killing a baby because the baby came about that way"
but carson is low key and religious and that's appealing to christian conservatives sot: diane dube, new hampshire voter :50- :58 "i think ben carson is a good decent man. he's saying the same thing that donald trump says only he's little bit more finesse with it or something" jeb bush... polling 5th in iowa... laying off staffers... huddled with his family in texas to plan a campaign reboot trump attacked sot: donald trump presidential candidate 1:07- 1:13"he's meeting now with mom and dad... he needs counseling" he went after the new iowa front runner sot: donald trump presidential candidate 1:16-1:22"by the way carson is lower energy then bush. i don't get it. i saw him being interviewed; he's lower energy than bush." gop candidates have their 3rd debate on wednesday. standup trump goes in with bragging rights from a new national poll. the associated press finds 70% of republicans now think trump has the best chance to win the general election in november 2016. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington..
campaign stop in iowa this week... but one graduate doesn't want it to happen. francisco valadez started a petition to prevent it... calling trump "a bully." he says trump is threatening the latino community. more than one-thousand people have signed the petition so far. one group wants to make sure the presidential candidates talk about clean energy during the campaign. "climate parent" a clean energy advocacy organization... created this billboard at fluer drive and mckinley avenue... the message to candidates as they come into town... "clean energy equals healthy kids." leaders say candidates who support clean energy will help create jobs and clean the air. n-f-l star tim dwight who is now the president of the iowa solar energy trade association was there for the big reveal.. 16:56 it's exciting to see becuase it's happening right here the jobs you create when you install a solar panel is 70% local. so this resource that we are pulling off our wind turbines are... that's all coming with iowa resources that means all our money stays
the location of that billboard is along the route president candidates will take into des moines, after they arrive into town from the des moines international airport. iowa state cyclones are not without an offensive coordinator... coach paul rhoads says mark mangino stepped down because he didn't agree with changes that were being made. rhoads wouldn't give any details on what those changes are. this weekend quarterback joel lanning was promoted to starter after sam richardson struggled against baylor. tonight the des moines city council is expected to give food trucks the go-ahead to stay on the roads. a food truck pilot program in the city has been underway for the past six months... the council will vote tonight on whether or not to continue the program. council members received and update this morning. the city manager's office says there have only been a handful of complaints. the food truck operators say they're being overrun during lunch hour every day ... especially
when they park near the sculpture garden. hensley @32744-32808 the sculpture park has become so popular, the art center says the aroma from the food is distracting to the students that are taking tours. that's a common complaint that we get. i'll take that as a compliment. i would too! the council will consider some recommendations on the program, including finding additional truck zones. food truck operators also asked the council to park near the downtown homeless shelter... so they can give food away to the homeless. we've had some beautiful weather the last few days...
brett mcintyre is in for ed tonight... brett some rain is on the way. skies will be mostly cloudy tonight and temperatures will drop to the 40s by morning. we've had a nice couple of days... but moisture from the south will build north overnight and arrive in central iowa with some scattered showers by afternoon and evening. a look at how much rain to
it was a good day to get out... and a great day to meet a new family member. michael francis kiernan. erin, michael, and baby michael are home from the hospital... michael francis was born last thursday, but they didn't have a name right away. they thought they were going to have a girl... but baby k surprise them. right away. they thought they were going to have a girl... but baby k surprise them.
today would have been one of the last few days to get out the stroller and take a baby on a walk... and the city of des moines is finding way to make it easier to get around. coming up, the walkability of des moines... the changes on one stretch of downtown that's taking the focus off four wheels and putting it on two feet. and des moines may be the home of baconfest... but a new report says to limit the amount of processed meat we consume... how it falls the same category as cigarettes... and the reason meat lovers shouldn't
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business. 19:08:37 we're excited. we think it's going to begin to put that that urban feeling into the west side of the river that has been felt over the last decade over in the east 51 any additional street changes would have to be approved by the city council. mayor cownie says it wouldn't likely happen until 20-17. another piece of art is hanging at the polk county health department, making a sometimes anxious place - more inviting. dick shook painted these pictures for the waiting room. shook came up with the idea while he and his wife were there getting their flu shots three years ago... he saw the big empty walls and his wheels started turning. he worked with the director rick kozin to come up with ideas to promote healthy lives and physical activity. the three paintings show people biking, swimming and playing basketball.. shook hopes the paintings have a calming effect on patients.
dick shook 25:52 i'm sure you've have some kind of understanding of what that might feel like to be in a waiting area. what are you waiting for, it's like not knowing what's going to happen next 26:02 rick kozin19:48 it offered us an opportunity to make the waiting room more inviting and comfortable it gave a way to reenforce the messages we work with our patients on about what it takes to live a healthy life. 20:02 it took shook three years to
more clouds will stream in overhead this evening and skies will becoming mostly cloudy. temperatures will be mild tonight in the mid to low 40s by early tuesday morning. moisture from the strong area of low pressure in the southeast us will lift north and bring a few scattered showers to central and eastern iowa by tuesday afternoon and evening. rainfall totals look to be light from a tenth of a inch to a half inch. the heaviest rain will fall in eastern iowa. behind the rain, cooler temperatures and brisk northwest winds will give us chilly conditions on wednesday. highs the remainder of the week will stay in the 50s. beggar's night looks to be mostly cloudy, but dry with highs in the upper 50s. for halloween, rain chances return
iowa is known partly as a meat producing state... but now there's concern over the health affects of processed foods... hot dog and bacon lovers -- take note... a new study suggests some meats can cause cancer. dr. kurt straif - iarc, world health organization - :08 - :16 "this was based primarily on strong evidence that consumption of processed meat causes colorectal cancer." the group says there's also evidence to suspect red meat -- including beef, lamb and pork -- likely can cause colorectal cancer, as well. but the doesn't mean eliminate the foods from your diet... experts say those leaner cuts of for health. madelyn fernstrom - nbc news health and nutrition editor - :42 - :52 "it contains abundant need. it's concentrated protein, all the amino acids for good health, and importantly it has vitamin b12 and iron." the north american meat "defies
common sense". in a statement it says "scientific evidence shows cancer is a complex disease not caused by single foods and that a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle choices are essential to to good health." when it comes to portion control -- guidelines suggest lean meats should be limited to about the size of a deck of cards or the palm of your hand. processed meat refers to anything that's been cured, salted, smoked or fermented to enhance flavor or lengthen shelf life. the nation's leading group of pediatricians is urging lawmakers to raise the legal age to buy cigarettes. the vast majority of adults who smoke started as teenagers. that's one reason the american academy of pediatrics says people should be 21 to buy tobacco. hawaii and new york city have already passed such laws. that includes electronic cigarettes. the group recommends increased restrictions on flavored products that may be appealing to kids. karen wilson, md, mph - american academy of pediatrics "we don't believe that they
should be marketed in flavors. i do understand that people have said that the flavors make it much more appealing for the adults who are going to try and use them for cessation, but unfortunately we don't have evidence that says that its actually working yet." 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. right to rise usa is responsiblefor the content of this message. dear future, sailed through that diaper stage, learned to walk, and i'm reading like a third-grader. but now it's time to go out into the world. and from what i hear, it's not all toys and games out there. will you look out for me, future? you can ride my new bike. 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
a big health alert tonight. do processed meats cause cancer. a warning about eating hot dogs, bacon sausage and cold cuts. world health organization putting them in the same risk category as spoking and asbestos. homecoming horror, four killed including a toddler. so manyore badly injured when a car plows through a crowd. what the driver's family is revealing about her. a mystery at sae. a dream vacation