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anger, that's why we're here today." an announcement from the university of missouri's president after step down. what he had to say late this morning. search continues. police are looking for more answers in a deadly nightclub shooting. what witnesses saw and what investigators are doing today to find the person responsible. the news at noon starts now. news at noon front door open good afternoon. i'm megan reuther, thank you for joining us. polk county deputies are searching for a suspect in a deadly nightclub shooting...that left
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one person dead and three others hurt. we hear arguing, and then we hear a car alarm go off for a good 20 minutes. and then, all the sudden, it sounded like fireworks - pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. the apparent gun fight happened early yesterday morning at "evolution nightclub." police say when they got there, they found 20 year old dashwan smith with gunshot wounds and he later died at the hospital. a little later... three more gunshot wound victims arrived at hospitals. police have not released their names or conditions. this morning investigators told us they are conducting interviews and are considering a new piece of evidence, but did not elaborate. no arrests have been made at this time. a judge set the preliminary hearing date for a teenager accused of a deadly shooting in des moines. josue socop is charged with first degree murder. he is scheduled to appear in court on november 18th at 8 a-m. police say the 17 year old shot and killed 28 year old jose
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lopez late friday night. it happened at the intersection of 13th street and jefferson avenue around 10-30. socop is a north high school student. his bond is set at 500-thousand dollars. and november 18th is also the preliminary hearing date for a man accused of a deadly shooting in waukee... 42 year old brendan mcguinness is charged with first degree murder. police say he shot and killed 41 year old gino risola saturday morning. it happened in front of risola's home on southeast carefree lane... as he returned with his wife. mcguinness left the scene before officers arrived... but was eventually arrested. the department of criminal investigation is now handling the case. mcguiness' bond is set at 1 million dollars. a des moines woman charged in her daughter's death will be sentenced this afternoon. tionne bloodsaw faces child endangerment, neglect, and drug charges. bloodsaw was set to
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month... but instead reached a deal with prosecutors. police say she and her boyfriend... deshaun trombone... left morphine within the reach of 5 year old jayda canada... who died at their home. deshaun trombone pleaded guilty to child endangerment causing death and several drug offenses. he was sentenced to 65 years in prison. after protests from students and at how the university of missouri charged incidents, tim wolfe has announced he is stepping down. i am resigning as president of the university of missouri system. school officials held an emergency meeting earlier this morning addressing student protests before wolfe's press conference. jacob rascon has the story on what happened leading up to his controversial resignation. while the mizzou tigers lost this weekend... they're
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larger battle off the field. the team standing with many of their fellow students...faculty... even lawmakers from both parties... demanding university president tim wolfe resign or be fired. the tigers head coach tweeting this photo of the team and coaching staff with the caption: "we are united. we are behind our players." a tipping point in a movement vowing to protest... walk out... and in one student's case.... not eat... until wolfe is gone. the anger stems from alleged acts of racism on campus in recent months... and what many say is wolfe's woefully inadequate response. black students, including the student body president, say they have faced repeated shouts of the "n" word... and last month, a swastika smeared in human feces on a dorm building wall... when the group "concerned student 1950" - named after the year
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university - called on the he appeared apathetic. "what do you say systematic oppression is?" and another confrontation over the weekend... "systematic because you don't believe you have the equal opportunity for success." "my apology is long overdue," sunday, "my behavior seemed like i did not care. that was not my intention." but in his lengthy response, the previously planned diversity strategy - set to begin... next april! "we're tired of statements, we're tired of you know the pr teams writing on behalf of our leaders. graduate student jonathon butler's response is the most dramatic... he's now on his eighth day without food or drink. an individual, and a university, seemingly at their breaking point. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... meteorologist joins us
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ad lib wx quick quiet and calm for now with sunny skies and mild temperatures. we will reach about 60 degrees early this afternoon. skies will stay mainly clear into the evening with temperatures dropping back to
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republican presidential candidates are criss-crossing the country campaigning before tomorrow night's debate. and voters are expecting lots of questions for ben carson about his violent past. tracie potts has more. ben carson's on the defensive milwaukee. his beliefs about pyramids. claims he was a violent youth. a west point scholarship he never applied for. now a wall street journal report questioning whether carson defended white students during a high school riot. he says it's all about his quick rise in the polls. super burned in presidential candidate :22- :31"because i'm a threat to the progresives, the secular progressive movement in this country. i'm a very big threat."
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super burned in donald trump tells nbc: super burned in presidential candidate :35-:37"he's going to have to explain a lot of things away." bernie sanders says the focus for carson should be on issues. super burned in presidential candidate :42-:49 "this man does not believe that climate change is caused by human activity. this man wants to abolish medicare." rand paul's giving hints he may go after marco rubio... comparing him to hillary clinton. super burned in presidential candidate :54-1:01"i see her and rubio as being the same person. they both want a no fly zone. they both have supported activity in libya." and chris christie's says being bumped from tomorrow's debate isn't the end of the world: presidential candidate 1:07- 1:10"what really matters is what is iowa." but the latest iowa poll shows christie isn't doing very well in the state. it has him pulling in only three fox-business-wall street journal g-o-p debate takes place in milwaukee starting at 8 p-m. home base iowa says the state is making progress on making the lives of veterans better. and the most important number of all is we have hired over
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15-hundred veterans to date." today governor terry branstad along with members of the iowa national guard, v-a department, and home base iowa highlighted veteran's day events going on this wednesday across the state. the governor says he will take part in 93 point 3 k-i-o-a's vets of valor radiothon which is helping raise money and awareness for veterans. for a full list of events, you can go to governor dot iowa dot gov and search veteran's day. waukee students could soon know where they may be attending school next year... a committee will deliver a boundary proposal to the board of education tonight. the plan would affect nearly 600 students.... according to the "des moines register." it's an effort to reduce overcrowding in many of the district's elementary schools. the board will vote on the plan next month. we've lucked out with warmer temperatures this season but colder weather is on its way. polk county housing services
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leaders say people should undergo a complete energy audit in order to have the most efficient heating system this season. the process includes adding insulation to attics, walls, and floors...to reduce the amount of heat lost through these areas. you should also do a safety check on all heating systems and stoves to make sure they are not putting off too much carbon monoxide. polk county officials say there are also a few, simple things people can do on their own to save money when reaching for the thermostat. "the main thing is to change your furnace filter make sure you're using a good clean filter. you can also set your thermostat for a few degrees less." if you're interested in the program we've put a link on our website on who tv dot com. still ahead on your news at noon... you can't put a price tag on a good education... but don't tell that to someone paying back student loans. what the end of november brings for graduates and where they can
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find help. but first...when in doubt, buy a gift card. that's the shopping trend experts are seeing this holiday season. the changes this christmas sure it stays popular. chances are, these will end up
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tree this year. retailers say gift cards are becoming even more popular this holiday season. but they're going through some significant changes just to remain a
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favorite among those who give...and those who get the gift. chris clackum has more. money spent buying gift cards is expected to soar this year over last...by 25-percent...if not more..according to a survey by the national retail federation. while another survey.. by bankrate.com ... of those who sell gift cards found something else. "this is a very competitive marketplace and people providing gift cards understand that" bankrate's claes bell says that 'something else' includes enhanced features on gift cards... ...like reducing or eliminating fees.. "it's even to the point now where some retailers are beginning to offer rewards for using a gift card in their store" rewards that translate into discounts on purchases made with gift cards. there's also better security...for lost or stolen cards. which brings us to millennials... who love getting gift cards.. but are the most likely to lose it.
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"4 in 10 millennials said that they had lost a gift card before being able to use the whole thing" security codes are now being assigned to each gift card...so that recipients can be assured of getting all that's coming to them recipients can be assured of getting all that's coming to
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ad lib main weather another nice november day is on the way for central iowa. skies will be sunny and will quickly warm from the 30s this morning to right about 60 degrees by early afternoon. winds will be from the south at 5 to 10 mph. skies stay clear tonight with lows again in the upper 30s. more clouds will fill in over the skies of iowa on tuesday but still nice conditions with temperatures reaching the low 60s. stormy weather looks to be possible on wednesday. behind that system, it will be windy and cold. highs will stay in the 40s on friday. the metro should drop below 32 degrees by thursday morning.
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college brings new knowledge and skills. but it also carries with it a
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how to tackle student loans and
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welcome back to your news at noon. i'm joined now by heather doe from the iowa college student aid recent college graduates some advice on
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teases are done! "the response to this announcement i'm sure ranges from joy to some, to anger, that's why we're here today." an announcement from the university of missouri's president after
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if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil
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i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
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"the response to this announcement i'm sure ranges from joy to some, to anger, that's why we're here today." an announcement from the university of missouri's president after pressure from student groups to step down. what he had to say late this morning. search continues. police are
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answers in a deadly nightclub and what investigators are doing today to find the person responsible. reuther, thank you for joining us. polk county deputies are still searching for a suspect in a deadly nightclub shooting...that left hurt. we hear arguing, and then we hear a car alarm go off for a good 20 minutes. and then, all the sudden, it sounded like fireworks - pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. the apparent gun fight happened early yesterday morning at "evolution nightclub." police say when they got there, they found 20 year old dashwan smith with gunshot wounds and he later died at the hospital. a little later... three more gunshot wound victims arrived at hospitals. police have not released their
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names or conditions. this morning investigators told us they are conducting interviews and are considering a new piece of evidence, but did not elaborate. no arrests have been made at this time. a judge has set the preliminary hearing date for a teenager accused of a deadly shooting in des moines. josue socop is charged with first degree murder. he is scheduled to appear in court on november 18th at 8 a-m. police say the 17 year old shot and killed 28 year old jose lopez late friday night. it happened at the intersection of 13th street and jefferson avenue around 10-30. socop is a north high school student. his bond is set at 500-thousand dollars. and november 18th is also the preliminary hearing date for a man accused of a deadly shooting in waukee... 42 year old brendan mcguinness is charged with first degree murder. police say he shot and killed 41 year old gino risola saturday morning. it happened in front of risola's home on southeast carefree
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returned with his wife. mcguinness left the scene before officers arrived... but was eventually arrested. the department of criminal investigation is now handling the case. mcguiness' bond is set at 1 million dollars. a des moines woman charged in her daughter's death will be sentenced this afternoon. tionne bloodsaw is facing child endangerment, neglect, and drug charges. bloodsaw was set to stand trial last month... but instead reached a deal with prosecutors. police say she and her boyfriend... deshaun trombone... left morphine within the reach of 5 year old jayda canada... who died at their home. deshaun trombone pleaded guilty to child endangerment causing death and several drug offenses. he was sentenced to 65 years in prison. after protests from students and dozens of football players upset at how the university of missouri president handled racially charged incidents. tim wolfe has announced he is stepping down. sarah dallof has
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student reaction from missouri. i am resigning from the university of missouri system. the announcement was met with cheers from students on campus. they've been camping out in protest. the student body president tweeting never underestimate the power of students. now activists are calling this a step towards unification. i think the university is showing itself to be a leader in making things happen. it's my belief we stopped listening to each other. they say they hope to take this momentum and inspire change. still a very long journey for this campus for now they're saying it was time for the president to go and he did not listen to these racially charged incidents. it is a moment of celebration for them. back to you. school officials held an emergency meeting earlier this
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student protests before wolfe's announcement. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... meteorologist joins us now... ad lib wx quick quiet and calm for now with sunny skies and mild temperatures. we will reach about 60 degrees early this afternoon. skies will stay mainly clear into the evening with temperatures dropping back to
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temperatures dropping back to the 40s later this evening. republican presidential candidates are criss-crossing the country campaigning before tomorrow night's debate. and voters are expecting lots of questions for ben carson about his violent past. tracie potts has more. ben carson's on the defensive ahead of tomorrow's debate in milwaukee. his beliefs about pyramids. a west point scholarship he never applied report questioning whether carson
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defended white students during a high school riot. he says it's all about his quick rise in the polls. super burned in presidential candidate :22- :31"because i'm a threat to the progresives, the secular progressive movement in this country. i'm a very big threat." super burned in donald trump tells nbc: super burned in presidential candidate :35-:37"he's going to have to explain a lot of things away." bernie sanders says the focus for carson should be on issues. super burned in presidential candidate :42-:49 "this man does not believe that climate change is caused by human activity. this man wants to abolish medicare." rand paul's giving hints he may go after marco rubio... comparing him to hillary clinton. super burned in presidential candidate being the same person. they both want a no fly zone. they both have supported activity says being bumped from tomorrow's debate isn't the end of the world: super burned in
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presidential candidate 1:07- 1:10"what really matters is what is happening in new hampshire and iowa." but the latest iowa poll shows christie isn't doing very well in the state. it has him pulling in only three percent. tomorrow's fox-business-wall street journal g-o-p debate takes place in milwaukee starting at 8 p-m. waukee students could soon know where they may be attending school next year... a committee will deliver a of education nearly 600 students.... according to the "des moines register." it's an effort to reduce overcrowding in many of the district's elementary schools. the board will vote on the plan next month. we've lucked out with warmer temperatures this season but colder weather is on its way. polk county housing services says residents should undergo a complete energy audit in order to have the most efficient heating system this season. the process includes adding insulation to attics, walls, and floors...to reduce the amount of heat lost through these areas. as well as a safety check on all heating systems and stoves. you should
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all heating systems and stoves to make sure they are not putting off too much carbon monoxide. polk county officials say there are also a few, simple things people can do on their own to save money when reaching for the thermostat. "the main thing is to change your furnace filter make sure you're using a good clean filter. you can also set your thermostat for a few degrees less." if you're interested in the program we've put a link on our website on who tv dot com. still ahead on your news at noon. they've had sleepovers before... but none like this one. where kids battling cancer got to spend their weekend and the team that made it happen. another nice november day is on the way for central iowa. skies will be another nice november day is on the way for central iowa. skies will be the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement.
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where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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sunny and will quickly warm from the 30s this morning to right about 60 degrees by early afternoon. winds will be from the south at 5 to 10 mph. skies stay clear tonight with lows again in the upper 30s. more clouds will fill in over the skies of iowa on tuesday but still nice conditions with temperatures reaching the low 60s. stormy weather looks to be possible on wednesday. behind that system, it will be windy and cold. highs will stay in the 40s on friday. the metro should drop below 32 degrees by thursday morning. a group of the philadelphia phillies' biggest pint-sized
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to be part of the team and spend the night in the clubhouse. randy gyllenhaal has the story. when the kids and their families arrive at the ballpark... "i'm matt klentack general manager of the philadelphia
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phillies." they're surprised with some pretty big news. "i have issued each of you a one day phillies contract." for one night -- they were part of the team with a real locker and a uniform. it's a dream come true for riley from king of prussia. "it's amazing." his locker is right next to ryan howard. "i feel just as big as him...i've been a phillies fan for like ten years." most of these kids have had it tough the past few years... spending months in the hospital. missing school -- unable to play sports. "they did the brain scan, they found a brain mass." the ortiz family says their son noah was diagnosed with brain tumors this summer. "he likes sports, he likes baseball, we're hoping he can just get some fun out of it." so the kids hit the batting cages... their parents take pictures. it's a moment of bliss. a distraction. amid an unthinkably difficult time. 8th grader marcus quattlebaum -- suffers from sickle cell -- he says here -- at the ball park -- that's not even on his mind. "even though i have this disease inside of me, i can still have fun, swing at the cages, do everything i dream about." can you imagine what it must be like... to be ten years old. and have a sleepover with your
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favorite team. tomorrow some of these kids will go back to the hospital. but tonight... they dance and they play like the pros. stick around.. an iowa trade deal.. up next
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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... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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dear future, life is good. no, great. i'm like, a man. only better. but even though i know everything, i still feel like you could surprise me. like that skateboard incident with the squirrel. but life is sweet now. hey, what could go wrong? it's you and me all the way, future.
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geiger.. the trans-pacific partnership has taken nearly 20 years to complete.. and 34 high-level negotiations between the 12 countries involved finally brought it to an agreement last month.. last week, the full text was released to the public and there's plenty of businesses.. for iowa.. that means a commodity like pork will get an 80 percent tariff next 11 years. the iowa farm bureau says it's a win.. "18,000 tariff lines will be either eliminated or reduced that includes machinery, autos, appliances, communication products. everything you can think of including agriculture and it's been said that this agreement wasn't drafted specifically for agriculture. but it would never pass
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if it weren't for agriculture. so, agriculture is very important to this agreement, and i think we come out as a winner." hill says unscientific trade barriers were also addressed in the agreement concerning g-m-o or genetically enhanced commodities that puts rules in place to deal with historical issues like shipments being stopped at port because of g-m-o's. it's not looking good in the livestock sector.. and the grains are still in a sideways market.. "well, i am short the corn market, in the december corn i've been recommending a short position from around the $3.80 level. we're waiting for that u- s-d-a crop report." "the commodity markets are melting. they continue to go lower. i am short soybeans in the january contract from $8.72, the stop is at $8.94. however, again, it's the u.s. dollar, outside markets that are influencing it." "i am short the cattle market. i think $128 is in the cards and if we
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break $128 i think we can trade the next couple weeks. you have to remember, these prices are still rediculously high especially compared to fallen out of bed in the last year. cattle prices have been in a bull market for three or four straight years and now it's finally melting down. sell." bullish position in hogs. they're starting to react off of cattle prices, i do think it's somewhat the downside. if you're a little patient at these levels but i am certainly can't stress that enough. we are headed lower across the board." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw 314 head of sheep. feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $1.97 per pound, while fed lambs averaged $1.44 per pound. the 76 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging from $77.50 to $202.50 per head. late last week.. farmers
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cooperative company and west central cooperative announced a unanimous vote by its board of directors to go ahead with a merger vote.. iowa law requires half of the membership to vote with two thirds in favor. if the membership approves the merger.. the new cooperative will be represented by a new board of nine farmer-owners... member equity will roll into the new cooperative on a one-for-one basis. the combined co-op will be headquartered in ames iowa.. and will be led by milan kucerak as the chief executive officer and that's it for our show today.. thanks for joining.. we put stories up every day.. check out who-tv dot com.. click news then agribusiness and before we go... new giants
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and before we go... new giants in the sky. four balloons were unveiled during the annual macy's
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parade test flight. they were inflated and flown outside for the first time. the four new characters are angry birds' red, dino, ice age's scrat and his acorn, and ronald mcdonald. the 89th annual thanksgiving day parade will take place november 26th... starting at nine a-m on
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college,
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where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
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