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she joins us first on 13 with the latest... jodi? the effort to find sammy was a big one.... more than a dozen different agencies helped out searching by air and on foot. first finding kemp's cell phone in a nearby ditch... then choosing to send divers into the pond for a third time . 123115 - we at least knew he was in the vicinity to the rear of the pond but with the cadaver dogs hitting the pond we knew that there would be something in that pond that why we brought central iowa underwater search and rescue back out here to dive that after several hours in the water... dive teams found the teen near the edge. the water is 12 feet deep in some areas. kemp was last seen on saturday at a large house party. police came and broke up it up -- sending kemp and hundreds of others running investigators are unsure at this point if there is any trauma to kemps body.... but family and friends want to
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184614 - thats what the family wants to know, like how did he get there and why? did he fall or did someone place him there so hopefully they get some answers now kemp was a junior at scavo high school in des moines. he loved his family, friends and music. friends plan to set a go fund me page for the family in the coming days. services begin tomorrow for an iowa state student killed in a hit and run in ames monday morning. emmalee jacobs visitation is from four to eight at the center point united methodist church. her funeral is saturday at 10-30 at the center-point urbana high school. jacobs was hit and killed while crossing a street near campus. police are following up on leads but still don't have a description of the vehicle. if you have any information that might help investigators, contact ames police. cedar rapids police are releasing the dash camera video
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officer-involved shooting. officers say 27-year-old kyle orth was speeding and driving wrecklessly in march. when police tried to pull him over orth took off. at one point an officer called off the chase...but a short time later he was spotted in an alley. the video shows orth backing into a poll then driving at officers. police repeatedly told him to stop...and when he didn't... they opened fire. 45-51"shots fired shots fired show me your hands... show me your hands. orth was shot multiple times but survived. he was sentenced to 180 days in prison and three years probation. the officers who fired the shots were found to be justified in using deadly force. a des moines teen accused of killing his grandmother now won't go to trial until may. 17-year-old noah laprei was in court today. the judge moved the trial from january to may. laprei is accused in the beating death of 79-year-old rachel pray last
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security video shows him carrying shelves...and punching a customer. family members have said they think laprei was on drugs. the mahaska county sheriff's office is investigating a death. officials say a hunter found a body in a small wooded area north of oskaloosa yesterday afternoon. the state medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy. des moines police say an argument over dirty dishes led to a stabbing last night. 55-year-old william nixon is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. officers responded to an apartment at 16-20 east grand avenue around 6-30. there they found 48-year-old lial boggess with a wound to his back. boggess says there was a note on the table concerning dirty dishes that led to a fight and then the boggess says there was a note on the table concerning dirty dishes that led to a fight and then the stabbing. officials say the wound isn't life threatening. an iowa domestic abuse survivor is breathing a sigh of relief. the parole board has denied her
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from prison. the state parol board denied parole to scott parks yesterday. the board cited several reasons including his likely hood to re-offend. one of parks several victims...tiffany allison...has been pushing for tougher laws to keep repeat offenders behind bars. but lawmakers have been reluctant to embrace her ideas. 04:43:46-04:43:54 they will re review him a year from now...release at that point. allison says she 'll continue to change iowa laws in the upcoming session. allison says she 'll continue to change iowa laws in the upcoming session. paramedics took two people to the hospital after a fire in marshalltown. it happened just before 11 o'clock last night at 10-14 south 6th street. the residents say they were asleep and a smoke detector woke them up. authorities say the fire started when a stove burner left on. one resident has been treated and released from the hospital...the other was sent to the university of iowa hospitals burn unit. their names haven't been
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two iowans are among those receiving a medal for helping save a man's life. matthew tranel and cory simonson are among the 24 receive the carnegie medal. it recognizes those in the u-s and canada who risked their lives for another. tranel...a volunteer fire fighter...saw a maquoketa home on fire last december. he and simon...who lived nearby...broke down the door to rescue harvy untiedt. untiedt got trapped in his home when his wheelchair malfunctioned. after days of clouds we finally saw some sunshine today... but we'll still have to wait a few days for the return of the warmer temps. let's get to chief meteorologist ed wilson for a first look at
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federal administrators are telling iowa offiials to delay the new medicaid program. governor branstad wanted the transition tprivate copanies to begin on january
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however, a lette from the fedal "center or medicare and medicaid servics" aysthat deadline nes to be pshed back by 60 days. in staement the overnor ays quote.. e deciion y c-ms formlly ts te whees in moion t implent r micai modernizaon lan onmah 1 the c-m-s letr efctily giv thereenligh to iowa log as sts aretakento bld n te prgressalredy made se lawmakrs hae ben urging th gverr fr a elay.for nths. 04:53:03-04:53:21 this is a victory for the moms, dads and patients that are medicaid patients and it states to them that the federal government doesn't think we have a network to take care of these people. mccoy cited a c-m-s statics that says 49-percent of iowan medicaid patients who've called to get information on the new program haven't been able to
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illinois has become the second state to approve a controversial oil pipeline. according to the cedar rapids gazette... the illinois commerce commission voted unanimously yesterday to approve the permit for the state's 117-mile segment of the bakken oil pipeline. south dakota's public utilities commission gave its approval in november. now it's up to just two states. a decision in north dakota is expected in january. the iowa utilities board decision isn't expected until next year. the dakota access project is proposed to pass though 18 iowa counties. president obama visited the "national counter terrorism center" in virginia today. he was flanked by vice president joe biden and other key members of his administration... intelligence and security agencies briefed them on threat assessments. the visit comes in the wake of the attacks in paris and the shooting in san bernadino. obama says there are no credible threats at this time...but americans must remain vigilant over the
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1:26-1:44 "we are in a new phase actors and small groups of terrorists like those in san bernardino. because they are smaller, often self-initiating, self motivating, they're harder to detect, and that makes it harder to prevent." this week the department of homeland security announced a new alert system. it's called "bulletin" and replaced the color-coded threat system. g-o-p presidential candidate ben carson is canceling a trip to israel and africa. a campaign official say the move came after government officials briefed the campaign on potential security concerns. carson has been planning to visit nigeria, kenya and zambia later this month. the itinerary included a reunion with siamese twins he separated nearly two decades ago. he was also aiming to learn more about a terror group in the area. some west des moines students got creative.... while learning about a
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pause for nats 03 josephine shaw told west des moines' crestview first graders what it was like to grow up in kenya. she focused on the important roles beads play in the country. then the students made their own necklaces...only with cereal... the students are studying different cultures in africa...so this fun presentation fit right in... 14:35:02-14:35:23 a lot of time when people talk about africa they don't know about the diversity...so kids could enjoy and marvel at what would seem like very basic things from kenya and i don't think they'll forget it now josephine shaw is an ambassador with a group called "culture-all". it's a local group that works to teach kids about all different world cultures. coming up... some metro kids are
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tough diagnosis. next... how they spruced up a space at a local brain injury rehabilitation center... plus it's new hope for some cancer patients... next, hear about research on a blood test that some say could help save
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ovarian cancer is one of the deadliest cancers .... killing about 60-percent of patients within 5 years of diagnosis. new research suggests a blood test to screen for the disease may help save lives.
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chances of surviving ovarian cancer are excellent -- if it's detected at an early stage. the problem is -- it's rarely caught early. there either aren't any symptoms ... or they're incredibly vague... like bloating and abdominal pain. there is a blood test that measures an ovarian tumor marker called "ca- 125." but experts recommend against it because it's never been shown to lower the death rate and has too many false positives. now -- for the first time -- a major study of more than 200-thousand women in the u-k has found screening for ovarian cancer is beneficial and can save lives. the researchers used ca-125 in a new way -- a mathematical calculation that accounted for risk factors like the patients' age ... and then tracked how ca-125 levels changed over time. they found the test helped reduce the number of women dying from the disease by about 20-percent. you won't see this blood test in your doctor's office any time soon. doctors need several more years of research to make sure it works the way this study suggests it can.
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the american cancer society estimates nearly 15-thousand women in the u-s will die of ovarian cancer this year. "on with life" brain injury rehabilitation center in ankeny is trying to make it easier for families involved in a loved one's care. the organization is transforming its former outpatient facility into a "family house." it will have five bedrooms, a common kitchen, dining, and living rooms. students at northeast elementary in ankeny adopted the project this holiday season to make it feel more homey. they bought wish list items including sheets, pillows, plates, alarm clocks, and games. they even bought gift cards so families can go out to dinner. "on with life" serves people from across iowa and 24 other states. "families want to be involved in their loved one's rehabilitation program, and they either have to travel quite a distance to get to and from their homes frequently,
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housing locally, and that gets quite expensive for our families." the on with life family house is
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it's finally here... tonight star wars fans will get to see the newest release in the series. while everyone will see the same movie... find out why one des moines theater is one of only 18 in the
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diabetes. 7 out of 10 americans take prescription drugs. but in the last 7 years drugs prices have doubled. hillary's going to take on the drug companies. require medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. let people buy their prescription drugs from countries like canada at half the price. and cap monthly prescription costs for every american. the drug companies have been over charging long enough. it's time to fight back. i'm hillary clinton
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nats "there are stories about what happened" it's the night many have been waiting a long time for... "star wars: the force awakens" comes out tonight in theaters. experts say advance tickets sales for the movie have surpassed the 100-million-dollar mark. now those tickets holders are waiting in line to make sure they get the best seats. that includes fans seeing the film in the i-max and the science center of iowa. our reid chandler is there live with more...reid? well people started lining up here at the i-max theater as soon as some people were here even earlier in line. and there's a reason seeing "star wars" here in i-max is extra special... this i-max theater at the science center of iowa is just one of eighteen theaters in the entire world to show "star wars" in 70
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film... just eighteen reels of this film were made, and this is the only i-max theater in iowa to have it. it's just one of a small handful in the mid-west...so viewers here are truly getting a unique experience when they see star wars for the first time in i-max in a few short hours. so how on earth did the science center score one of the only eighteen reels of star wars i-max film in the entire galaxy? the power of persuasion... "we just got on the phones as soon as we could with our imax reps. we have a really close relationship with them, so we were able to tell them and just talk about how well sci-fi films do here, and what awesome promotion and marketing we had planned, and really prove to them we could be one of the best sellers in the country." :01-:17 you still have a chance to see "star wars" here in i-max, but you're going to have to wait until after monday. every showing here is sold out
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stick around, we'll get another look at your forecast, after
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paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock.
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