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it happened around 8 o 'clock at the in the 3 - thousand block of forest when police they arrived -- the alleged shooters fled from the scene in a car. police chased the car into an alley a couple blocks near by. police were able to arrest several of the people in the car but the others are still at large police are not releasing an exact number at this time. the victim is at area hospital. police say he is suffering from non - life threatening injuries turning to weather... the sunshine we had today will be sticking around....but rain and snow could be making their way into the 7 day... meteorologist amber alexander joins us now with a first look at the forecast well remain dry and mostly sunny to start the first week of the new year. temperatures will fall slightly for sunday and monday, only reaching the upper 20s. by tuesday temperatures will rise back into the lower 30s which will help melt some more of the snow. the next chance for precipitation comes on thursday, where we could even see a chance for rain mixed in with snow, however the
a snow mobile accident has claimed the life of a marshall county man. last night -- 25 year old travis van de walle was driving the machine when it flipped over on to him. van de walle was riding the snow mobile in a field north east of the town of le grand. a family member set out to find the man -- after he didn't return home at the time he said he would. authorities believe the man was riding up a snow drift -- when the snow mobile overturned a nevada man is lucky to be alive after his plane crashed after landing on a runway
michael bates says as he landed his cessna 172 --- a plan similar to the one on your screen. he lost control, ran off the runway and hit snowbank. that caused the plane to flip over onto it's top. bates was trapped inside for short time but managed to make it out without any injuries starting next week, becoming a registered voter in iowa will be easier than ever before. the state is launching an online voter system. while the system is meant to help iowans -- some organizations say it will hurt them instead. reid chandler explains . signing up to vote in iowa will soon just be a few clicks away... the iowa secretary of state's office has been working on an online voter registration system for the past year... starting next week, anyone with a state driver's license or i-d card can use that system for the first time. 2:35:00 "we applaud the secretary of state's office for pursuing online voter registration." - veronica fowler - aclu of iowa groups like the american civil liberties union of iowa like the idea,
2:49:00 "the problem is that the system excludes 146,000 people, who don't have access." - veronica fowler - aclu of iowa nearly one-hundred-and-fifty thousand iowans without a driver's license or state i-d... these groups say if they don't need one to register in-person, why should they need one to do so online? 3:08:00 "a lot of these people are elderly and they don't drive. or maybe they are impoverished and don't own a car. or they have a handicap that doesn't allow them to drive. and those are people that need access to online voter registration, perhaps as much, or even more, than any other population." - veronica fowler - aclu of iowa joe enriquez henry, with the league of united latin american citizens, agrees with the a-c-l-u. 15:16:30 "because we have many people here coming from other countries who are becoming citizens, who then want to register to vote. so they're not going to have these additional
henry - national vp - midwest region, lulac henry's group is in the midst of a campaign to get 10-thousand iowa latinos to turn out on caucus night... they want even more to participate in the general election next november. for that reason, he says his group has a vested interest in seeing this system improved. 15:17:54 "it brings up questions about why is it being made more difficult? it's another form of suppressing the vote. if we don't have the same access online as people do when they walk into the office." - joe enriquez henry - national vp - midwest region, lulac a legislative solution creating a parallel path online for non-i.d.-holding iowans to sign up passed in the senate last session... but stalling in the house, these groups say their focus in 20-16 is to see that bill pass. the secretary of state's office has said it does want to expand and improve the online system, but it hasn't released any specifics on how, or when that would happen. tomorrow martin o'malley and mike huckabee will continue their swing through the state omalley will start in sioux city
. as for huckabee...he will be at the iowa machine shed in urbandale at 2 p-m a huge powerball jackpot has millions of people seeing green. 334-million dollars is on the line for tonight's drawing. no one has won the powerball jackpot since november 4th setting up the enormous prize... powerball's highest-ever winning jackpot was for more than 590- million dollars in 2013. tonight's jackpot is the 12th largest in the game's history. all you need to do is hit five numbers plus the powerball number and it's yours! coming up after the break.... the manhnnt for the gunman who fired off his gun in tel aviv is still on the loose. coming up... the search for an isreali man who killed two people and injured
for a deadly rampage shooter. police say the 31 - year - old gunman open fire in a cafe -- killing two people and injuring several others. police have not yet figured out if this was a terror attack keir simmons has more panic moments after the tel aviv attack... and more than 24 hours later the killer is still at large... identified by police as 31 year old nasat melham... ... he'd been arrested before... seen here in court in 2007. ... one witness from new york says the hunt to find him began within minutes... sot 'we saw people get out of their cars, run towards the action. some of them got their guns' in new surveillance footage today... people dive for cover... ... a child plays until someone scrambles to pull the youngster to safety. while footage on israeli media appears to show the killer cooly walking
... pretending to shop in a grocery store... .. then firing more than 15 rounds. the family home of the suspect - an arab israeli - was raided today... ... his brother arrested... his own dad alerted police... upsound ... i am deeply sorry he says... his son was mentally unstable he claims... or was he inspired by isis... a computer was seize from the home. sot 'it requires a deep search as to the probability it may have been isil' for the victims... a candle light vigil... one group had been celebrating a birthday... ... until the lives of alon bakal, 26, and shimon ruimi, 30, were ended in cold blood. an unbelievably vicious murder of young people israel's prime minister called it... vowing increased law enforcement in arab areas... a move that risks heightening tensions in israel. with police standing guard tonight at a murder scene where the killer smiled as he pulled the trigger.
well remain dry and mostly sunny to start the first week of the new year. temperatures will fall slightly for sunday and monday, only reaching the upper 20s. by tuesday temperatures will rise back into the lower 30s which will help melt some more of the snow. the next chance for precipitation comes on thursday, where we could even see a chance for rain mixed in with snow, however the best chance for snow looks to be on friday. america is not just electing a president, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong.
the big 12 regular season runs through lawrence, kansas has won 11- straight. iowa state and oklahoma look to be the biggest threat to ending that streak. georges niang and the cyclones down in norman, a top 15 meeting, right out of the gate. deonte burton squares up a three. burton good for 19 points off the bench, cyclones up 11. matt thomas misses, georges niang cleans it up, niang with 29
points, 8 rebounds. iowa state leads 32-24. oklahoma back within one, cyclones running rim-to-rim... niang up top to jameel mckay. sooners relentless in the return... isaiah cousins from deep. good. that puts number three oklahoma up for good. only six cyclones scored, and a rare monte morris turnover late are costly. tough road game.
cyclone women with a big win at home against
oklahoma state 49-42. seanna johnson 16 points, 13 rebounds. iowa state now 10-3 overall, 2-0 in the big 12. hawkeye fans needing a sports remedy after the rose bowl beat down, look to basketball. hawks at number 14 purdue. iowa hasn't beaten the boilermakers in 10 years. it didn't look good early. purdue up big, kendall stephens jumper gives the boilermakers a 19 point lead. coach mccaffery starting to boil. second half, anthony clemmons, from the corner pocket, purdue's lead down to single digits. then it's down to three... jarrod uthoff. two of his 25 it's a one point game. hawkeyes have lost 7 straight to purdue, that seems impossible, dom uhl fires from deeeep... just like
iowa puts this thing in the baer cage, nicholas baer can he get a scholly? in one week the hawkeyes upset number one, michigan state and number 14 purdue.. this one 70-63 on the road. hawks return home tuesday to take on nebraska panthers open missouri valley play with a loss at southern illinois, 75-73. wes washpun with 19 points. before the season, no one saw a rose bowl coming for iowa. also, not many saw what happened at the rose bowl coming either. a picture perfect afternoon in pasadena.
days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa
polar bear challenge near boise, idaho on new year's day for a good cause. people jumped into the lake that was just seven degrees. the event raised money for make-a- wish idaho to grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. "oh yeah it's freezing." "it's the coldest time i've done it." "it's very cold, when i came out it's like four seconds of pure death." "it's a little chilly out." "it's like - find a way to get warm." "it's a good day, first of the year, start out with something exciting." the event raised at least
is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field.