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watching it unfold on the n-b-c nightly news... police have surrounded an suv-- believed to be involved in a deadly... mass shooting in san bernadino. right now... one suspect is believed to be dead... another is in custody... and a third may be injured and still inside the vehicle you see here...hicle... good evening, i's sonya heitshusen... and i'm dan winters. law enforcement says possibly three suspects are responsible in a deadly mass shooting... and those three are now out of action... this is the s-u-v that swat has surrounded... they believe that the three suspects were inside of it...
arrested after coming outside the suv... they say one of the others suspects was shot and killed in a shoot out... and the third suspect was wounded... police say he could still be inside that suv... police say he could still be inside that suv... this all unfolded around 11, this morning, police say as many was three masked men walked into the inland regional center and opened fire with a- k-47 type weapons. preliminary reports find that 14-people are dead, and 17 other people are wounded. officers from around the area poured into the area... here in iowa, polk county emergency management says they are ready for a situation like this. 47:43-47:58 whether its a shooting like we've seen in san
whether it's a natural disaster or even a traffic accident. basic processes is the same. dealing with a large number of casualties and that that's practiced on a regular basis. director a-j mumm says today's shooting serves as a reminder that people need to be prepared for situations like this, but he also says it's important not to panic. a man accused of killing his two roomates at a des moines moneay is now charged with first degree murder. authroities arrested michael wanchanic following a four hour stand-off on highway 1=41 near woodward last night. channel 13's justin surrency talked with the man who helped authorities track down wanchanic... justin... tell us what happened.. "and i don't remember saying the letters, i just saw it and
phone and i was shaking and said siri, call 911." while on his way to volunteer at woodward academy...maxwell resident chris charron says he was trailing the vehicle police described michael wanchanic to be driving for about 10 miles and realized the license plate description matched about 5 miles outside of woodward...after his call, the dallas county dispatchers sent woodward police to a convenience store where he said wanchanic was parked at...once the officers arrived...wanchanic led police on a chase and eventually his vehicle stalled out along highway 141 sparking a 4 hour long standoff...wanchanic surrendered peacefully and is now in custody in polk county charged with two counts of murder in the first
howard and 31 year old heather belieu who were found dead monday in a home they shared with wanchanic at the 3900 block of center street in des moines... charron says one distinct image gave him the strength and courage to follow wanchanic long enough so police could catch him... "i was going to follow him regardless." "i just kept seeing the video of the kids being carried out and i think about the family and what they're going through." des moines police are still looking for the gunman who killed a man on des moines police are still looking for the gunman who killed a man on court avenue. edmanuel perez was shot early sunday. another man was seriously injured. now business owners are doing something about the violence in their entertainment district. reid chandler joins us live from
right guys, theat about 1 a-m, so barsstill packed with patrwere around whenunshots went off right outsh houses six difbars. the of court center says re security. "this is in response to the incidents over the weekend. we are wanting to maintain the public's sense of safety over the court avenue area, until the city of des mones can come up with a solution." :01-:19 court center will be paying for two, off-duty police officers to patrol the area during the "peak hours" of 11:30 p-m and 2:30 a-m thursday through saturday. that's going to begin this thursday...but building manager matt funk says he's not sure when it will end. he says that extra security will definitely be around between now and january first...but
hoping the city will step in at that point with a better plan. here's the tricky part: no one knows exactly what the city will do. officials say they're discussing options, but council woman christine hensley told us in an interview monday, she thinks the businesses need to help pay for more security down there as well. one thing she does agree on is adding more lights and security cameras to the area. "things we're talking about right now would be additional lighting; we have gone through and done an audit for lighting. also cameras - i know in talking with chief wingert, he's looking at, you know, what would it cost to add significant number of additional cameras down there. and then the key is they'd have to be monitored, or there would be specific times where we would monitor those." :01-:25 me today they're planno details yet on who i be a burden on the
officials like councs a joint effort. rs here told me needs to police officers h how long and on seen. t to increase tuition iowa... the three percent increase for iowa students starting next fall. northern iowa and iowa state student won't see an increase. their rates were raised earlier this year. the regents will wait to see how much support they get from the legislature, and if needed could adjust tuition again next year. iowa state university is helping a cat land on its feet.. this is three year old vincent... he was adopted as
hind legs... owner cindy jones took him to lloyd's veterinary medical clinic at iowa state.... that's where dr mary sarah bergh attached metal prosthetic legs to vincent... these implants go inside vincent's bones. she says his bones look good and the implants are stable. he can now walk well and dr bergh says he should be jumping soon. coming up...the university of northern iowa athletics director is jumping ship. later in sports, find out where troy dannen is going...and when he will serve his last day as a panther. weather tease say goodbye to the snow and hello to much warmer temperatures. we are going to see 40s, and even 50s by the weekend. more heat is set up for much of next week. it may not look like christmas, but for pre-holiday travel and busy shopping time, it will be great. dry weather is expected through the seven day. and coming up next... iowa law enforcement officers are about to undergo a new training... how it will help
there's a new effort to better prepare iowa's law enforcement. it's called blue courage... and it's being made possible with a one million dollar grant from the u-s department of justice. political director dave price shows us how the new program could help make officers and the public safer. for iowa's law enforcement, it's the unknown....a dangerous unknown. officers often have no idea what awaits them in an emergency situation their actions and reactions could mean life or death. the nation's law enforcement officers are under scrutiny like never
teen by a white police officer's only enflamed racial tensions. add those tensions...to economic unrest along with challenges of responding to unstable incidents involving the mentally ill...they've all led iowa's new law enforcement academy director to look for a new approach. 5920 the blue courage training." blue courage is a national program featuring some of the top trained enforcement minds. it's a holistic approach and it's continual. it's not just something that we send you to a two hour class and how you've received your training. it's continual." iowa's new law enforcement academy director's unveiled the details of this first of its kind training the governor acknowledged the need and added his approval.
director bradshaw says the first round of blue courage training begins at director bradshaw says the first round of blue courage training begins at the academy in february. say goodbye to the snow and hello to much warmer temperatures. we are going to see 40s, and even 50s by the weekend. more heat is set up for much of next week. it may not look like christmas, but for pre-holiday travel and busy shopping time, it will be great. dry weather is expected through the seven day.
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. first as a student, the past seven as athletics director. dannen decides it's time to leave his comfort zone. he takes the a-d job at tulane. dannen went to northern iowa after leading the iowa girls union he helped upgrade uni facilities, and increase the number of scholarships.
five structure in football makes it harder on schools like northern iowa. uni begins the search of a new athletics director immediately. espn's mark finebaum says iowa has quote, "no chance against michigan state". no chance? that's silly. the hawks and spartans haven't met since 2013, and michigan state won that game at kinnick stadium. overall, kirk ferentz is 4 and 3 against mark dantonio. ferentz is the only big ten coach to beat dantonio four times. the spartans are four point
the undefeated hawkeyes will wear their home black jerseys. if you don't have tickets to the title game yet, you'll pay. nosebleed seats on stubhub start at 150. for good sideline seats, you're looking at five to seven hundred dollars apiece. this is a big reason way. it's a defacto quarterfinal game for the national championship. winner a virtual lock for the college football semifinals the walter camp award goes to the nation's finest college football player, and iowa's desmond king is a finalist. he's the only defensive player. that's a serious honer in and of itself. king leads the nation with 8 interceptions, which ties nile kinnick's school record. he also has 39 solo tackles. look at this company: at least three of these guys will end up at heisman trophy ceremoney. king, alabama rb derrick henry, clemson quarterback deshaun watson, oklahoma quarterback baker mayfield, and stanford running back christian
the mid american conference, or mac, names its football coach of the year. and he's no longer in the mac. it's matt campbell. former toledo coach, now leading the cyclones of iowa state. campbell had a busy first week, winning over players, and hiring most of his coaching staff. several guys from toledo. the latest rocket turned cyclone, tyson vite. he'll coach the linebackers at isu. the designer of a new light display in altoona hopes his work spreads it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs
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