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iowa's historic season came down to the final 30 seconds of the game. it looked like the undefeated hawks would go 13 and oh ...winning the big ten championship. but a last minute touchdown by michigan state left players and fans heartbroken. michael admire has more from indianapolis. the hawkeyes held the lead with 33 seconds left in the game, but were unable to hold off michigan state on saturday. iowa battled throughout their matchup with the spartans, as they did every week during their undefeated regular season. however, an attempted goal line stand was unsuccessful when michigan state ended the longest drive in college football this season with a
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hawkeyes will no longer be among the top four teams in the rankings, but they played favored michigan state to nearly a standstill. they showed they belonged on the big stage and impressed several national pundits with their play, albeit in a heartbreaking defeat. iowa fell behind 3-0 early in the first quarter after michigan state recovered a henry krieger-coble fumble. the deficit was the first time the hawkeyes trailed in a game since the second quarter against indiana on nov. 8. iowa's defense turned the spartans over shortly after when michigan state quarterback connor cook was intercepted by josey jewell. marshall koehn kicked a 24-yard field goal to tie the game at three. the hawkeyes took an injury hit when leading-rusher jordan canzeri exited the game late in the first quarter following a first down run. in the second quarter, a confident kirk ferentz was going to go for it on fourth-and-four from michigan state's 20-yard line. however, iowa was called for a false start before snapping the ball, and instead kicked a 43-yard field goal to take a 6-3 lead. iowa was knocking on the door later at the spartans' 5-yard line when quarterback c.j. beathard's third down pass was intercepted in the end zone. the ball briefly fell on a michigan state player's back, which allowed demetrious cox to get the interception. it was the first time beathard was picked off since oct. 17 against
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regained the lead 9-6 in the third quarter after kicking two field goals. iowa's offense really struggled to move the ball at all, and didn't record a first down in the quarter. that would change on the first play of the fourth quarter. beathard connected with smith down the seam for an 85-yard touchdown. the play, which gave iowa a 13-9 lead, sent the hawkeye faithful in lucas oil stadium into a frenzy. michigan state answered like big ten champions should with one of the best drives you'll ever see in college football. with the game on the line and needing a touchdown, the spartans drove the ball down e field on a 22-play, 9-mintue ive to clinch berth in thellege football plaf iowa d force michigan state into a fourth-and-two on the 5-yardne, before connor cook ran for first downt ca iv-o ghe pthdcondth ksiniantle che ack.chiat de58etotand t thunrushifrsmeowasormltak-ewellubattthadosthame as's tib, fine8- tocwao. s ps yaand ed nw eoand the hawkeyes are waiting to nd out wh gaeewill play in. pn will reveal final top 25 nkings of the season as well bowl game irings ter today starting at-30. s moines police are vestigating the city's 20th homicide. e latest happened early sterday morning inside a home at 20 - 20 east 14 tseet. as channel 13'sreid chandler reports... this ishhhest homicide rate des moines has seen in decades.:43:13 "well i've lived inis neibhd my whole life - this stuff never happens." - chuck pemberton - neighbor chuck pemberton knows this r des moines like the back of s hand. mean, theothing we dealth is like someone getting a eedingticketoing down4th." - chuckmberton - neighbor imagine his reaction in the rly morning hours saturday to bright, flashing lights right ross from his doorstep. 16:42:44 "all the sudden there's, you know, cop car, cop car, cop car. and there's lights just everywhere, you know...but they had like
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cop cars right here, and then going all the way down the block on thompson...in all we counted like 14 units out there." - chuck pemberton - neighbor a bright, flashing signal for the city's 20-th homicide this year. 15:18:30 "initially the thought this was a home invasion; detectives are still trying to determine if that's the case, or not." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd police are still sorting out the details...but say the intruder likely used a knife on the people inside. two of them transported to the hospital for minor injuries...but the criminal himself paying the ultimate price. 15:18:36 "he had an altercation with them, and due to that altercation, he died." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd 16:55:07 "now, with this being des moines' 20th homicide this year, a lot of people are asking, 'what's going on?' but police say this isn't specific to des moines - crimes are up across the board." - reid chandler - channel 13 news 15:20:26 "if you see nationally, i think the trends are that the homicide rates are going up. you know, kansas city's homicide rate is up, chicago's is up. i know from reading an article, minnesota, there they had like a five percent increase in major crime. so, i don't know if it's specifically a des moines issue, i think it's more of a national issue." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd sergeant frentress's claims are backed up by stats... a new york times analysis this year shows more than thirty u-s cities reporting increases in violence. for this crime, police say history suggests the intruder had a connection to the people inside. 15:19:35 "i'd say a majority of the time they're not a random act. there is some connection between the parties involved, whether they know them, or their friends know them, or there's some reason that draws a
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certain location." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd and for neighbors, the ultimate justice here was served. 16:44:11 "unfortunately, this is still the east side; you come into somebody's house, you kind of deserve what you get." chuck pemberton - neighbor shaken, but not stirred...residents say they're hoping for a quick return to the usual peace and quiet along east 14-th. police have yet to release themef the suspected intruder o die the driver charged in a deadly crash is set to appear in court tomorrow. 24 year old troy mure junior is facing vehicular homicide and o-w-i charges. police say mure slammed his car into a tree, killing his passenger, 22 year old scalicity boyd. mure claims another car was chasing him before the crash and is asking for a reduced sentence. his preliminary hearing is set for tomorrow morning. a cigarette left burning is to blame for a des moines motel fire. flames engulfed the entire second floor of the cozy rest motel on southeast 14th street. it caught fire around 7:30 yesterday morning.. forcing guests to evacuate. firefighters say no one was injured. five republican presidential
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tide summit in cedar rapids. ben carson, ted cruz, carly fiorina, bobby jindal, rick santorum, and rand paul spoke at the forum. it was hosted by congressman rod blum and the group, freedomworks. the summit gave about 15-hundred people in attendance the chance to ask the candidates about their positions on economic issues. the iowa democratic party wants voters- especially minorities- to head to the polls. the party hosted its first ever diversity convention yesterday. caucus chairs and the voting public met in des moines to talk about how they can attract diverse iowans to the polls. organizers say they want everyone's voices to be heard this upcoming election. the red kettles are a familiar sight and sound this time of year... this weekend, the salvation army doubled its efforts to make sure kids have toys and warm coats for the holidays. the organization partnered with the windsor heights and ankeny walmarts to host the "fill the truck toy"
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provide food, clothing, shelter and financial assistance to families in need. the salvation army says it really does take an army to pull off a toy drive like this.. "the toys will go to the salvation army we will then sort them by age group and we are preparing right now a toy shop where we will give out toys on the 20th of the month." the collection this weekend is expected to provide gifts to more than 3- thousand children. and the man known for giving gifts made rounds in the metro this weekend. santa claus stopped by blank park zoo. his guests enjoyed hot chocolate, cookies and craft activities. the public was also encouraged to give gifts to animals or directly to the zoo. the zoo is open daily all winter long from 10 am to 4 pm. just ahead on today in iowa
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christmas sweater or get a glimpse of what the holidays looked like in the early 19-hundreds. a few of the ways you can spend your
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good morning everyone. it's another great day to get out and
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start the holiday season with the science center of iowa's jingle bell rock and run 5-k. the race kicks off at 9 a-m and runners are encouraged to dress up in their favorite festive attire as they dash through downtown. watch all the fun for free. take in the holiday spirit as you stroll through historic homes in the metro. the holly and ivy home tour begins at the salisbury house and goes on from 10 a-m to 5 p-m. tickets start at 10 dollars. finally, hear the sounds of the classic story of a magical car. chitty chitty bang bang is playing at the des moines community playhouse at 1 and 5 p-m. tickets for the family holiday musical start at 25 dollars. remember, there are a thousand ways to get out and enjoy des moines and the metro. to find out how, check out our website at catch des moines dot
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clouds have settled in over central iowa overnight and a few areas of rain are scattered about early today. a cold front is passing through the state. we will see a few showers through the first part of the morning with mainly cloudy skies. temperatures will be a bit cooler today with highs in the mid to upper 40s and winds from the northwest. sunshine and warmer temperatures in the 50s return as soon as monday. it will be a mainly quiet and warm week
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next on today in iowa sunday.. some iowa patients now have a
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in crime... the new role care managers are taking...and see how the effort is paying off. coming up in sports...it's a game of inches and the hawkeyes came oh so close. full coverage of the
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e has just been a huge plus in my health care." and she is a new resource for
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it can be tough managing chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure on your own. channel 13's megan reuther shows how care managers help. "and, you talked about going out to eat." you'd think maureen jacobson and heather selby are long-time friends. "i think i got introduced to her earlier this yet." but, this new relationship is critical to keeping heather healthy. "i have diabetes type 2. i was diagnosed back in april, i think, of 200, so it was a very hard adjustment going from old eating habits to going very healthy." that's where jacobson comes in. she's a care manager at the iowa clinic. she meets with selby weekly...typically on the phone. "she's there helping me motivate myself getting my routine back in order. she is
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"they form a relationship with the patient, and they really help educate the patient as to the condition and what they can do personally to try to keep that condition in good control." the iowa clinic started offering care managers about a year ago. the service is part of its accountable care organization, to help people manage chronic diseases. "this is an investment from the iowa clinic. we think this is an important things to do for a certain subset of our patients. the physicians and medical teams here have said, you know, certain people need more education and need more from us." standup "the iowa clinic has 8 care managers who are all certified health coaches, who also make calls to be sure people are being proactive about their health." "you're proactively reaching out for physicals." you just don't get it scheduled and so someone calls and we really need to get this done, and just sort of helps make it happen, and we've found some early cancers that have probably
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manager has changed her life. "i think having that person on your side pulling for you and doing what they can to get your health were it should be so your quality of life is a lot better."which is a huge plus, when you're dealing with a chronic disease. hug "i don't know what i would do. e-mail me." in west des moines, megan reuther, channel 13 news. the goal of an accountable care organization is to cut health care costs by keeping patients healthier. the iowa clinic says it's already noticing a return on its investment. and coming up in sports. the hawkeyes take over indianapolis but can't pull off a win against the spartans. full coverage from the big ten
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colin cowherd! paul finebaum! hawkeye fans, put away your garlic...these guys have done more good than harm. i'll explain, sunday night. no one expected iowa to be playing football on december 5th. a historic season has the hawkeyes 3 wins away from a national title. first things first, a big 10
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standing in the way. number 4 vs number 5. a spot in the playoff on the line. not a good start. 45 seconds in. cj beathard to henry krieger coble, ball pops out. originally ruled down, but another look and thats a fumble. leads to a spartan field goal, 3-0 msu. iowa's defense answers. pressure on connor cook, bad throw, picked off by the outlaw josey jewell. that leads to a marshall koehn tied at 3 after 1. 2nd q, more from the foot of koehn. this time from 43 yards. iowa leads 6-3.. iowa defense swarming all night. cook pressured, taken down by 3 hawkeyes. still 6-3 just before half. beathard hits george kittle, ball bobbled and
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another look, kittle drilled, ball loose and it lands on a spartan defender. 6-3 at the half. two 3rd q field goals by michael geiger give the spartans a 9-6 lead. 1st play of the 4th q. beathard unleashes a missle to tevaun smith. gone!!! 85 yards. iowa back on top 13-9. same score 33 seconds left. spartans 3rd and goal from the 1. lj smith looks to be stuffed, but the freshman, reaches, gets the ball across the goal line. touchdown
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1 final chance for iowa but its not to be. heartbreak in indy. michigan state wins the big 10 championship 16-13 over iowa. michael admire has more. sec championship. alabama and florida. 2nd q. tide leading 2-0. not anymore. antonio calloway, on
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sec championship. alabama and florida. 2nd q. tide leading 2-0. not anymore. antonio calloway, on the punt return, finds a seam and he is gone. 85 yards!!! gators lead 7-2. but no worries for bama. derrick henry plows in from 2 yards out. the tide clinch a spot in the playoff 29-15 over florida. after 2 straight wins against
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men home again today to take on the kangaroos. missouri kansas city visiting carver. 1st half. peter jok, his specialty, the 3. 10 for jok. iowa out to a 10-2 lead. more from deep. nicholas baer, the walk-on from bettendorf playing big minutes. career high 14 for baer. later inside. freshman ahmad wagner, dunk and 1. 9 for wagner. hawks roll 95-75. iowa home again monday night against western illinois. hawks home again monday against western illinois some bad news for the hawkeyes. junior dale jones will miss the rest of the season with a knee
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jones suffered the injury earlier this week in practice. jones was averaging 6 points 3 rebounds off the bench. northern iowa on the road at richmond, taking on the spiders. early 1st. paul jesperson splash from downtown, tied at 3. more from behind the arc. matt it. 14 for bo. uni up 1. later ted friedman, 8 for friedman. but 82-67., panthers fall to 5-2 drake men fall on the road at bowling green, 75-63. bulldogs now 4-3 on the year, return
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recapping today's top stories... the hawkeyes' historic season came down to the final 30 seconds of the big ten championship game. in the final quarter, the 12 and oh team looked like they sealed the win in indianapolis. but a last minute touchdown from michigan state ended iowa's undefeated record. later today, the hawkeyes will find out what bowl game they are headed to next. des moines police are investigating the city's 20th homicide.
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family's home on the east side, an altercation broke out, and the intruder wound up dead. medics took two others to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. police say this is the highest number of homicides des moines has seen in almost two decades and crime rates are up across the board in other cities. tonight, president obama will make a rare primetime address to the nation over terror threats. the commander in chief is expected to lay out how he will defeat isis and keep americans safe. this comes just days after a couple with suspected ties to the terrorist group shot and killed 14 peoppe in california. cnn, fox and other networks will cover the address starting tonight at seven. this marks only the third time the president obama has delivered a speech from the oval office. investigators say there is no evidence i-sis directly ordered the attacks in san bernardino. but, the militant group in an online
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miguel almaguer has the latest. in this bedroom community outside los angeles... neighbors tell nbc news syed farook and tashfeen malik appeared to live an ordinary life.... but inside their redlands home.. signs they were plotting and planning a terrorist attack... today the militant group isis praised the attack...calling the couple "martyrs" and "followers", but us government sources saying there is no evidence that the attack was directed by the militant group... malik was born in pakistan...pledged allegiance to isis on facebook shortly before the massacre began... reuters news reporting she spent time in the punjab province in her early years and later went to university there -- the province a hotbed for extremists recruiting... malik had two brothers and two sisters and spent time in saudi arabia
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no signs that she was involved with radical islamic groups... but some experts say some us officials are asking if she radicalized her husband... "i think tashfeen malik selected a vulnerable yet clean candidate to be her cohort in terrorism, often times with duo, we have a primary actor who manipulates a more vulnerable subservient person." coming to the us last year on a so called "fianc" visa... malik married farook after meeting in saudi arabia. he was born in chicago. a college graduate... with a good paying job as a restaurant inspector in san bernardino.. friends say there is no way he was the mastermind... "this is something political, because, this is my brother, he couldn't have done that. i will go to my grave believing he could not have done something like this." after rummaging thru their modest home... investigators sifted thru documents and began to scour their digital
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they took special care to try to destroy. their home ...where they raised a 6 month old daughter... was a bomb making factory ... packed with explosive s... ammunition and tools to build ied's. the suspects are downkilled by police in a shootout... their deadly plot ending in the hands of er doctors like dalia nassman. the 14 dead are mothers and father... sons and daughters. shannon johnson died a hero. when gunfire rang out he gave his life to save denise peraza. from the hospital she says johnson shielded her... saying three words... "i got you." tonight... her life a tribute to his... in a massacre where there are still so many questions... in light of the california attacks, communities across the nation are coming together to show support for muslim americans. kansas city's muslim community took to the streets yesterday to declare that isis is not islam. dozens marched nearly two miles...holding signs that read islam teaches peace, not violence. the group says that being muslim does not mean harm to others and like other americans, they feel the same sorrow over the attacks. "99 percent of the islam world condemns terrorists and the
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islam. and not the real islam. the true islam is peace." the march also highlighted an annual celebration honoring the prophet who stood up to terrorism centuries ago. demonstrators staged a "die-in" in downtown chicago in protest of the fatal shooting of a black teen by a white police officer. about 13 people laid on their backs outside the shops on michigan avenue as another dozen stood behind them... in support of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. police say officer jason van dyke shot him 16 times in october 2014. dashcam video of the incident was released just last month. van dyke is charged with first degree murder. reverend jesse jackson will hold a march today as part of the protests for justice. more and more americans are skipping lines at malls to shop online. but there is a trade-off to the convenience of avoiding the hustle at stores during the holidays.
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stolen from doorsteps, people are fighting back. julie unruh shows us how their warnings are sweeping social media. nearly half of american shopping will happen online. but ordering online can come with a price...theft. take a look at this surveillance video of someone shopping for trouble. it's happening in neighborhoods everywhere. packages for loved ones are being taken. remember this viral video of this fed ex delivery guy. a new app doorman will help you schedule a time it can be delivered directly to you instead. it's in new york, chicago, and san francisco.
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the app "doorman" charges by the package or you can pay a monthly fee for unlimited deliveries and returns. the u-s postal service says you can also talk directly to your letter carrier and request a special delivery location at your home. "a timeless tradition". that is the white house's holiday theme this year. first lady michelle obama called on some of her favorite
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d-c home for the holidays. more than 68-thousand tourists are expected to visit the white house this year.
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clouds have settled in over central iowa overnight and a few areas of rain are scattered about early today. a cold front is passing through the state. we will see a few showers through the first part of the morning with mainly cloudy skies. temperatures will be a bit cooler today with highs in the mid to upper 40s and winds
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warmer temperatures in the 50s return as soon as monday. it will be a mainly quiet and warm week
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still ahead on today in iowa sunday... the midwest is known for its corn and wheat crops. but one farmer is gaining national attention for planting something else... who he's honoring and how it's
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first
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it's a farm field many in the midwest have never seen before. a farmer in wisconsin first year when he planted miles of wife. even with the end of the growing season, boyd hoop-ert shows us the tribute lives on. "these are not the sunflowers and broken. their best days behind them. at times this past year.. don jaquish could relate. which leads us to the reason don planted these flowers in the spring. she always loved flowers, but sunflowers were her favorite. don lost his wife babbette to cancer last year... just before thanksgiving. what we had is as good as it
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half miles long. caught the attention of his highway 85 neighbors. then everyone else. japan, china, south korea. we've gotten emails from all over the world. it went way beyond anything that we ever dreamed about. and then i thought to myself -- oh my gosh, they're gunna die. the circle of life can be cruel sometimes.. those dried up flowers. babbette's empty seat in the combine, next to don. that's grandma's flowers.how nice it would be.. yeah.if flowers could provide a permanent ray of sunshine. good job.the seeds from the sunflowers that honored babbette are being bagged and sold for a cancer fund. aimed at finding a cure. reading notei'm thankful for today. kept awake by the chemo, babbette passed the hours writing notes to her family. this is her thanksgiving prayer. more readingpray that you get to
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friends, there is not guarantee we will get to see the sunrise tomorrow. love babette. it's a love story. don loved my mom. my mom loved her family. and who doesn't love a love story. seeds planted with love. and harvested with healing. "life is good."boyd huppert, nbc news, eau claire, wisconsin. still ahead on today in iowa sunday... run, santa, run. why thousands of old saint nicks
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but thousands of people dressed as the iconic christmas character laced up their shows and ran through sydney today for a good cause. proceeds from the santa fun run
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are disadvantaged, sick or have special needs. the route took runners past some famous sydney landmarks, including the sydney harbor bridge and the sydney opera house. still ahead on today in iowa sunday... one person is dead and two others are hurt after a home invasion in des moines. how many homicides the city has seen this year and how it compares to years
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hawkeye heartbreak. iowa's perfect season came down to the last play in the big ten championship. how the players and their coach are dealing with the loss to michigan state and the next likely road trip for the team. home invasion... police believe an intruder broke into a des moines home and wound up dead. who else was hurt inside the house... plus a look at the rising crime rate in the metro.. iowa's historic season came down
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iowa's historic season came down
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game. it looked like the undefeated hawks would go 13 and oh ...winning the big ten championship. but a last minute touchdown by michigan state left players and fans heartbroken. michael admire has more from indianapolis. the hawkeyes held the lead with 33 seconds left in the game, but were unable to hold off michigan state on saturday. iowa battled throughout their matchup with the spartans, as they did every week during their undefeated regular season. however, an attempted goal line stand was unsuccessful when michigan state ended the longest drive in college football this season with a touchdown to seal the win. the hawkeyes will no longer be among the top four teams in the rankings, but they played favored michigan state to nearly a standstill. they showed they belonged on the big stage and impressed several national pundits with their play, albeit in a heartbreaking defeat. iowa fell behind 3-0 early in the first quarter after michigan state recovered a henry krieger-coble fumble. the deficit was the first time the hawkeyes trailed in a game since the second quarter against indiana on nov. 8. iowa's defense turned the spartans over shortly after when michigan state quarterback connor cook was intercepted by josey jewell. marshall koehn kicked a 24-yard field goal to tie the game at three. the hawkeyes took an injury hit when leading-rusher jordan canzeri exited the game late in the first quarter following a first down run. in the second quarter, a
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to go for it on fourth-and-four from michigan state's 20-yard line. however, iowa was called for a false start before snapping the ball, and instead kicked a 43-yard field goal to take a 6-3 lead. iowa was knocking on the door later at the spartans' 5-yard line when quarterback c.j. beathard's third down pass was intercepted in the end zone. the ball briefly fell on a michigan state player's back, which allowed demetrious cox to get the interception. it was the first time beathard was picked off since oct. 17 against northwestern. the spartans regained the lead 9-6 in the third quarter after kicking two eld goals. iowa's offense really struggled to move the ll landdidn't record first down in the quart.hat would change the firstay of the urth quarter. athard connected with smith down theseafor an 85-yard touchdown. the play, which gave iowa a 13-9 lead, sent the hawkeye faithful in lucas oil stadium into a frenzy. michaste answered le bign champions should wito of e best drives you'll er see in college football. with the game on the line and needing a touchdown, the spartans drove e ball down t e on a-play, 9-mintue drive to inch a berth in the college football playoff. iowa did force michigan state into a fourth-and-two on the 5-yard line, before connor cook ran for a first down. lj scott capped off the drive with a 1-yard touchdown to give the spartanse lead with 27 sosft. the hawkeyes, with no timeouts and little time, couldn't complete the miracle comeback. michigan state held th3-268 edge in tal yards and dominated on theound by rushing for 172 yards compared to iowa's 52. the rmallystake-free hawkeyes also lost e turnover btle 3-1. athard, who lostifirstme ever as iowa's starting arterback, finished 18-of-26 for 216 yards with one touchdown and one
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ught five passes for 150 yardand reeled in iowa's lone score.and the hawkeyes arwaiting to find out what bowl game they will play in. espn will reveal final top 25 rankings of the season as well bowl gameirings ter today starting at 11-30. now know the names of eree people involved in a deadly homevasionpi say 31 year old travis williams died after he brokio theme of 1 9 year old ali cano and 18 year old itnecampbell. this is the th homicide in desmoines. it happen inside ame at 20 - 20 east 14 th street. as channel 13's id chandler reports...this is the highest homicide rate des moines has seen in decades. 16:43:13 "well i've lived in this neighborhood my whole life - this stuff never happens." - chuck pemberton - neighbor chuck pemberton knows this part of des moines like the back of his hand. "i mean, the worst thing we deal with is like someone getting a speeding ticket going down 14th." - chuck pemberton - neighbor so imagine is reaction in the early morning hours saturday to bright, flashing lights right across from his doorstep. 16:42:44 "all the sudden there's, you know, cop car, cop car, cop car. and there's lights just everywhere, you know...but they had like three or four
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going all the way down the block on thompson...in all we counted like 14 units out there." - chuck pemberton - neighbor a bright, flashing signal for the city's 20-th homicide this year. 15:18:30 "initially the thought this was a home invasion; detectives are still trying to determine if that's the case, or not." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd police are still sorting out the details...but say the intruder likely used a knife on the people inside. two of them transported to the hospital for minor injuries...but the criminal himself paying the ultimate price. 15:18:36 "he had an altercation with them, and due to that altercation, he died." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd 16:55:07 "now, with this being des moines' 20th homicide this year, a lot of people are asking, 'what's going on?' but police say this isn't specific to des moines - crimes are up across the board." - reid chandler - channel 13 news 15:20:26 "if you see nationally, i think the trends are that the homicide rates are going up. you know, kansas city's homicide rate is up, chicago's is up. i know from reading an ticle,nno, there they had like a five percent increase in major crime. so, in't know if it's specifically a des moines issue, i think it's more of a national issue." - sgt. joseph frentress - dmpd sergeant frentre's claims arbacked up by stats... a new yorkis analysis this year shows more than thirty s citiesporting ineases in violence. for this crime, police say history suggests the intruder had a connection to the people inside. 15:19:35 "i'd say a majority of the time they're not a random act. there is some connection between the parties involved, whether they know them, or their friends know them, or ere's some reason that draws a
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joseph frentress - dmpd and for ighbors, the uimate justichere was served. 16:44:11 "unfortunately, this is still the east side; you come into mebods house, you kind of serve what uet." chuckpemberton - neighbor shaken, but not stirred...residents y they're hoping for a quick turn to the usleace and iet along east-te driver charged in a deadlycrash is set to appear in cotmorrow. year olty mure junior is cing vehicular homicide and w-i argepolice say mure slammed his car into a tree, killing his passenger, 22 year old scalicity boyd. mure claims another car was chasing him before the crash and is asking for a reduced sentence. his preliminary hearing is set for tomorrow morning. a cigarette left burning is to blame for a des moines motel fire. flames engulfed the entire second floor of the cozy rest motel on southeast 14th street. it caught fire around 7:30 yesterday morning.. forcing guests to evacuate. firefighters say no one was injured. five republican presidential contenders headlined the rising tide summit in cedar rapids. ben carson, ted cruz, carly fiorina, bobby jindal, rick santorum, and rand paul spoke at the forum. it was
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blum and the group, freedomworks. the summit gave about 15-hundred people in attendance the chance to ask the candidates about their positions on economic issues. the iowa democratic party wants voters- especially minorities- to head to the polls. the party hosted its first ever diversity convention yesterday. caucus chairs and the voting public met in des moines to talk about how they can attract diverse iowans to the polls. organizers say they want everyone's voices to be heard this upcoming election. the red kettles are a familiar sight and sound this time of year... this weekend, the salvation army doubled its efforts to make sure kids have toys and warm coats for the holidays. the organization partnered with the windsor heights and ankeny walmarts to host the "fill the truck toy" drive. your donations help the salvation army provide food, clothing, shelter and financial assistance to families in need. the collection this weekend is expected
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megan you can take a stroll through some of des moines' oldest homes today. it's all part of the 19th annual holly and ivy holiday home tour. visitors will see salisbury house, the rollins mansion and the chamberlain estate all decked out for the holidays.. the tour runs today from ten to five. clouds have settled in over central iowa overnight and a few areas of rain are scattered about early today. a
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we will see a few showers through the first part of the morning with mainly cloudy skies. temperatures will be a bit cooler today with highs in the mid to upper 40s and winds from the northwest. sunshine and warmer temperatures in the 50s return as soon as monday. it will be
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coming up in sports... the hawkeyes face last minute
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final score and highlights from
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no one expected iowa to be playing football on december 5th. a historic season has the hawkeyes 3 wins away from a national title. first things first, a big 10 championship. michigan state standing in the way. number 4 vs number 5. a spot in the playoff on the line. not a good start. 45 seconds in. cj beathard to henry krieger coble, ball pops out. originally ruled down, but another look and thats a fumble. leads to a spartan field goal, 3-0 msu. iowa's defense answers. pressure
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picked off by the outlaw josey jewell. that leads to a marshall koehn tied at 3 after 1. 2nd q, more from the foot of koehn. this time from 43 yards. iowa leads 6-3.. iowa defense swarming all night. cook pressured, taken down by 3 hawkeyes. still 6-3 just before half. beathard hits george kittle, ball bobbled and picked off by demetrious cox. another look, kittle drilled, ball loose and it lands on a spartan defender. 6-3 at the half. two 3rd q field goals by michael geiger give the spartans a 9-6 lead. 1st play of the 4th q. beathard unleashes a missle to tevaun smith.
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same score 33 seconds left. spartans 3rd and goal from the 1. lj smith looks to be stuffed, but the freshman, reaches, gets the ball across the goal line. touchdown michigan state. spartans lead 16-13. 1 final chance for iowa but its not to be. heartbreak in indy. michigan state wins the big 10 championship 16-13
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sec championship. alabama and florida. 2nd q. tide leading 2-0. not
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finds a seam and he is gone. 85 yards!!! gators lead 7-2. but no worries for bama. derrick henry plows in from 2 yards out. the tide clinch a spot in the playoff 29-15 over florida. after 2 straight wins against wichita state and florida state the hawkeye men home again today to take on the kangaroos. missouri kansas city visiting carver. 1st half. peter jok,
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10 for jok. iowa out to a 10-2 lead. more from deep. nicholas baer, the walk-on from bettendorf playing big minutes. career high 14 for baer. later inside. freshman ahmad wagner, dunk and 1. 9 for wagner. hawks roll 95-75. iowa home again monday night against western monday against for the hawkeyes. junior dale jones will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. jones suffered the injury earlier this week in practice. jones was averaging 6 points 3 rebounds off the bench. northern iowa on the road at
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early 1st. paul jesperson splash from downtown, tied at 3. more from behind the arc. matt bohannon, we know he can shoot it. 14 for bo. uni up 1. later inside to the pride of ankeny, ted friedman, 8 for friedman. but the spiders pull away and win 82-67., panthers fall to 5-2 drake men fall on the road at bowling green, 75-63. bulldogs now 4-3 on the year, return home wednesday against depaul with your sports on today in iowa
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colin cowherd! paul finebaum! hawkeye fans, put away your garlic...these guys have done more good than harm.
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sunday, i'm john sears. and recapping today's top stories... we now know the names of the three people involved in a deadly home invasion. des moines police say 31 year
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the home of 19 year old ali cano and 18 year old whitney campbell. this is the 20th homicide in the city. police say this is the highest number of homicides des moines has seen in almost two decades and crime rates are up across the board in other cities. recapping today's top stories... the hawkeyes' historic season came down to the final 30 seconds of the big ten championship game. in the final quarter, the 12 and oh team looked like they sealed the win in indianapolis. but a last minute touchdown from michigan state ended iowa's undefeated record. later today, the hawkeyes will find out what bowl game they are headed to next. and coming up on the insiders with dave price... why hillary clinton isn't a fan of the iowa caucuses, rick santorum goes hands free and talks renewables, plus a well known iowan turned
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there are their day said not so flattering remarks about the i iowans who show up to caucus but
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very different. we will compare what happened with howard dean versus hillary clinton. plus on the road another unique talk with another presidential candidate who will go hands-free with us on renewables, multitasking and look mom no hands. in the quick picks we will have a a well-known iowan turn off author will pick his powerball among other things. first of hillary clinton artie had her iowa skeptics out here. she finished a surprising third in the 2008 caucuses then complained the process excludes some people like exclude some people like those who have to work on caucus night for example. she is not exactly wrong about that and the democratic party has worked to make some changes. this week police are a newly released batch of newly released batch of her old e-mails from the secretary of state and this
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e-mails. she wrote it to her longtime friend in january 2012 and apparently talking about newt gingrich in florida there will be pressure on state republican party's to reopen or liberalize valid ballot access especially in the caucuses which as we know are creatures of the parties extremes. those last couple of words they are is what got the attention there. so did iowa democrats you might hear some of the states highest profile democrats sticking up for the caucuses and those who take part in a part of of part of the extreme. they would push back against that. we did not hear any impassioned power although she's publicly
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was congressman in the second district is the only democratic member from iowa in congress right now. those two back the process but did not really say anything disparaging about clinton or what she's has said here. john dietz is one of the most active and well read democrats. he put out something on his blog with a recurring complaints that the clintons had not done enough to say that iowa is indeed first in the nation and we can after her for about that for a while but he added in his blog the irony is that the iowa caucus has played a role in strengthening diplomacy and 2008.
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from howard dean and things he said back in the 20 oh four campaign. he was the former vermont governor at the time. at the time nbc went back to the old tape archives and pulled out something he had said set in 2,000 on a canadian public affairs show. here is part of that report from lisa myers, nbc's investigative reporter at the time and a fellow mizzou graduate. >> nbc news has reviewed and 90 of dean's appearances since 1996 and found him to have a wide range intellect, sharp tongue and shifting views on some key issues. four years ago he had almost nothing nice to say about the iowa caucus. >> if you look at the caucuses caucus systems they are dominated by special interests on both sides and both parties. special interests don't represent the tendencies of the american people just the extremes. >> he said caucuses were a waste
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>> but i can't stand there and listen to everyone else's opinion for eight hours about how to fix the world. >> now is a candidate dean seems to appreciate the value of iowa caucuses. >> it is important. we spend a lot of time here, we want to make clear this is the place to change the democratic party and change america. >> his opponents had a lot to say back then and here is how they tried to rip dean and praise i once. >> i think the iowans deserve an explanation as to how he came to these conclusions and if he has changed his mind about what goes on here. >> it really is insulting to a process that i have found to be democracy at its best. i have been stunned by how serious iowans are about the caucuses. >> number one, i disagree with what he said.
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caucuses are very important part of the democratic process. i have learned an enormous amount of myself traveling around myself traveling around iowa and participated. >> dean later apologized sort of and said those were old comments you had heard and he had learned a lot about traveling in the state of iowa as state of iowa as a candidate purely. hillary clinton did not come out with an apology right after this statement monday. her campaign released a statement to me saying clinton is committed to the process and not in disputed claim she is not committed to earning iowans support. this time she comes here a lot more and talks to media more. she is doing this earlier in the campaign and her leadership is different her campaign focuses different, her outreach is different but this that came out monday reminds some people that she does not always have the
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iowa caucuses work. since we were back there digging in our archives for all that old dean stuff i did find one other thing so here it is before we get to some other serious stuff, howard dean in des moines after his disappointing finish in the caucuses in 2004 and you know what is coming. >> were going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan and then were going to washington dc to take back the white house. [cheering] >> you remember the whole thing is like two minutes and will give you 10 seconds there and
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i was standing at the robert ray conference room this past weekend. we expected to listen through a series of long budget hearings were department and agency leaders tell government government grant governor branstad and his top agencies
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year and what they want to do in the coming year. he watched judy bradshaw on the podium the longtime police officer who eventually became the chief there and is now the director of the iowa law enforcement academy. during her talk she made a candid moment about what happens to colleagues after serving and protecting for a number of years >> it gets back to why we make the judgments and decisions that we are making and that your actions as a you are actions as a law enforcement officer have consequences and they impact that fit the citizens and what we see and in law enforcement, and i can't can speak firsthand from my own career, is that we start out doing the job for all the right reasons, and after a period of time, we get this cynical we they perspective. it happens to everyone in the profession. blue courage is an attempt to dial it back and remind us of
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to begin with. >> blue courage is the national training effort to get law enforcement better prepared for the next emergency, accidents, hostage situations, domestics mentally ill and it will train officers how to deal with that and i was giving $1 million grant from the us department of justice. next february national blue courage trainers can start educating the iowa trainers of the law-enforcement academy here. then those folks will train officers from all over the state. next one of the more unusual interviews i've done this cycle and it has nothing to do with the interview subject.
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ted cruz iowa -based group america's renewable future are
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the group says cruz, a texas senator is to the holder to big oil. cruise argues that his tax plan if he becomes president and eliminate all energy subsidies that they give tax credits to but that does not silence renewable fuels critics about stances cruz has taken in conger congress. rick santorum is far behind crews these days in the polls and sees his own support for subsidies and mandates for renewables as ways to try to win back support for iowans. >> this is a national security issue. it has always been a national security issue for me because it is an issue about domestic production of energy in this country not being reliant upon foreign sources of oil. it really comes down to as simple as that. i do not understand why we would not be in favor of the
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goes into our tanks that makes us less reliant on foreign energy. >> i will explain why his talking to us like he is in a second, but we also asked him if iowans bring up this topic of renewables a lot to him as he campaigns throughout the state. >> i've got to be honest with you, not as much as i really would have thought. i hear a lot more from a lot of other energies for example the girl electrics are really really world electrics are really really very vocal at town hall meetings and show townhall meetings and show up. there are folks who really have not historically really pushed this issue as hard as frankly i thought they would. i am really surprised. i go back to a think that is all changed as a result of what just happened here with president obama. i think we are in a situation where they realized that real bullets are being fired and
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is going to be standing for the rss, you are going to have real serious problems in your industry and iowa. >> i want to explain what we were doing here. we caught up with santorum as he was driving from dc back to his home in virginia and he was multitasking so he set up his iphone and we used face time to talk back and forth with him so we could see him. >> that is just part peeking that is just part of what it takes. you've got to have the balance between what you do at work and what you do in your personal life, and i just finished shooting a whole bunch of commercials and i have about an hour or so to run back to the house to spend a little time with karen and the kids after they get back from school, and then i am off to do a what is
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so it's just another day in the life. tickets and the consent form is the father of seven. i did bring up to him that once people saw this thing, moms and dads out there might be wondering about his driving and face timing out there but he said don't worry because he was being safe. >> i am a stickler for no texting and driving in my family, and obviously hands-free and we do hands-free all the time and that's what we've got going on right now, the hand free dl deal and i am sort of turning this into a regular conversation not really an interview on tv. i'm going to stop and look over at you and say hi to everybody as i sit here waiting in a lot of traffic. >> for the record we talked to him for about 10 minutes and he did keep his eyes on the road and checked his blind spots and wasn't really checking his phone and said for that one spot right
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who has combined cable tv from the dream county town of cooper all the way to the specified on the johnny carson show he is been a executive on tv of the boss of the black park zoo and now blank park zoo and now he is the boss of the lottery. >> when i was on the johnny carson show ed mcmahon was actually drinking whiskey in his coffee cup, but this is water. >> mine is as well, just for the record. dear to dream, dear to act, unlock your ideas to greater success. so we read this and we're supposed to do what? >> and iowa people don't realize how many opportunities we have and how many fun things we can do.
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in iowa and great jobs in iowa my kids to live here. great things happen right in the state and we can do a lot of the thing got a lot of great things. >> you have can either not hold down a job or you have a diverse career. >> i have a bs in speech and i guess maybe that comes together era my generation where you went to work for someone and you retired at 60 to your social security and you're done. i went to work for a company called heritage communication, cable television before it was big leader in des moines and they started this deal where every day i went to work it was fun. everything you touch seemed to turn to gold. it was such an experience but 20 years later a big-time moneymaker for the bass brothers took a run at the stock and we had to do a mass buyout and i found myself everything i with not accomplished in life had was junk and they helped me take some of those idea and take it to make own company and companies and get started.
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years than the zoo and the lottery. >> is there a thread that connects these various careers are not? >> i think when i was young people called it or grace of a started taking this creativity but i realize being creative doesn't make you any money. you have to innovate the idea to make it work. >> so this will inspire us to follow our dreams? >> either that or have a good nap. i think the ideas to tell some stories after maybe two or three visits one of the big things to take away is when you're in an organization or personally, ways to take ideas and act on them. today are to dream. come up with ways to act on the idea. i've got a couple of ideas for you to make the show better. i think you should wear a different tie. >> we need a lot of ideas. >> the first thing i do is look to see your reaction but when you're giving ideas you don't want to make the judgment so it becomes a two-point process.
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10 minutes and listen to as many ideas as you can. if i'm really thinking of ideas i write down a hundred ideas and then you take those and judge them. that is the way i have always found success in daring to dream. >> one we've talked to a lot of various successful people they will say they learned most about their fit from their failure is not necessarily their success so i assume you've had some failures to talk about. >> many failures. including cooper iowa. we sent out many letters telling people cooper iowa was 43 of the 44 letters failed but the one letter that made it went to u-letter vi and ubi called and said we like the idea stuck it on a national wire and then it went to johnny carson and then that little town of 50 had 12,500 people show up including the cbs nbc the today show. this was a huge youtube sensation before any of that stuff was around.
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about was growing up i got up on the air with bill reilly who was riley who was my mentor. so i decided that because i was on tv and i noticed that the didn't have a 5:00 o'clock shadow and when i wrote to shake i figured two weeks later i would get this letter or e-mail back saying we want to bring it to new york for a tv spot right? two weeks to the dad got the letter and during those two weeks they did and did what a lot of people do when they would play powerball is that what would you do with your life if you got on television and that i got the letter that said thanks for your letter we appreciate your input but we don't make a it to let set so i failed. it started my dream of wanting to be on national television and do a lot of the things that i want to do. >> we've got about half a minute left but if you daring to dream what does iowa as a state need to dream about? you helped give it some links to
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that'll that a new lease on life so picking bigger picture statewide what do we need? >> don't be afraid to try new ideas and act on them. over 90 percent of the time we were off course but they kept doing course correction so don't give up the first time when you have a great idea. i think that's what makes it all successful. >> dared to dream, dear to act but we dare to go on to our favorite part here. our favorite number, going a la
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predictions will all be next time for insiders quick pics. very first question number one, obviously you can't play powerball but do you have a lucky number? >> 72 because of everybody place plays 72 the r 72 numbers and only 35 will get you an audible. facebook's mark zuckerberg and his wife said they are going
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in the years ahead. do you have a personal cause the most important cause to you in the nonprofit world? >> no doubt the blank park zoo has been phenomenal and now malaga to take my grandchild said that's really cool. >> taking us brilliantly and to question into question number three. what do you think is next for them? what does that zoo still need? >> i think they are really trying to develop how to use animals who are going to become extinct and try to continue so that there will always be around for our grandchildren to see. >> so you worked in the cable tv biz. how long do you think it will be before we can truly go a la carte and buy only the stations we want? >> it has to happen soon. i think the netflix model is the way to go and everybody wanted on demand. >> what's the best place in iowa to network? >> i would say downtown.
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>> my prediction is that on november 282022, 4:30 p.m. they will be dedicated number of grants --dash on a model downtown or governor brooke branstad will of shaved his mustache and put on a model so that everyone can admire and say how great this governor was and how ethical he was. >> and you work for him now. >> i hope that doesn't get me fired.
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first
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this sunday morning, the terror attacks in san bernardino. did the killers get help? why did no one see this coming? and can we prevent these kinds of attacks from happening here in the united states? we'll get the latest on the investigation from the very t. attorney attorney general loretta lynch joins us.
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