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the new app.... even training some on how to use time 035907 - its really about nation and making sure we have cutting edge technology - dr. andy mcguire in the age of smartphones, tablets and apps.... why not blend technology and politics 053614 - its just another tool for them to use, there is a lot going on caucus night and its very exciting - dr. andy mcguire at no cost to the democratic and republican parties of iowa... microsoft is gifting them the first of it's kind of technology the process slightly differs between the parties... but overall it's the same... here's how the app works ... precinct chairs will tally up the votes for each of the candidate .. then sumbit them through the app directly to the party.... from there special technology will verify and confirm results youtbue 1:15 -+ anomolies and highlight problems and and once verified -- the results will be made available to the public in real time -- through an interactive map nervous about how it will
butterflies like its the night before the prom - jeff kaufmann the republican party says after the 20-12 results snafu -- it's aware of the skeptics.. but are hoping to prove them wrong 104318 - i hope that the rest of county sees that we are taking this seriously and what we are taking seriously. quite frankly its leading of the search for the next commander in chief. so what if this technology fails... both parties have a back up plan in place -- by using getting the results on paper the old fashioned way the iowa caucus meansa big boost to the local economy... hotel rates soar for the iowa caucuses... at the hampton inn and suites downtown... you'll pay at least four- hundred dollars for a room... and up to nine-hundred. but rooms will be hard to come by.... most hotels downtown are sold out. visitors will also need
says it expects full tables just about everywhere across the metro on and around caucus night. "in 2011, we estimated about a $12 million economic impact. we have some new tools now that we can utilize to better quantify those numbers and we're going to try and get a better season." - greg edwards - president & ceo, and visitors bureau the convention and visitors bureau expects hotels to have an 88 to 100- percent occupancy rate in the weekend, its usually around 70-percent. presidential candidates have iowa... and today mike huckabee completed what he calls the full grassley. here we are in keokuk county, the last of the 99 counties in which we have conducted town halls. huckabee making stops in all 99- counties. he went on to say that he plans to surprise people with a win on iowa caucus night... if that would
his second victory. he won back in 20-08. huckabee is making six stops in iowa today - including one that starts in about an hour. he's holding a volunteer rally at his iowa headquarters in urbandale, starting at six. conservative leader, bob vander plaats will serve as ted cruz's national co-chair. the head of the family leader endorsed cruz last month. vander plaats has been campaigning with cruz this week ... but the announcement wasn't made until today.. cruz is on a six day bus tour of iowa... three days after hillary clinton made a campaign stop in cedar rapids... there as well... the former president staring the day at a local market... meeting with hillary supporters... said she's fighting to keep america on the right path. that includes defending obamacare which republicans voted to repeal. bill clinton also addressed criticism that hillary clinton is too focused on women's rights... 13:38:17-13:38:48 if we went to equal pay, pay family lead, paid child care that's an economic strategy. why? when i
the board, we ranked 7th in the world with the percentage of women in the work force, despite of the fact that we were a county with no paid family leave. now, we are not in the top 20 bill clinton brushed off donald trump's criticism of clinton's past indiscretions... when he was president. clinton says he's focused right now on helping his wife's campaign. it was a different form of today. the bulls from "the world's toughest rodeo" made their predictions.. in a not-so-sanitary way. they were guided by the call of nature... to pictures of the candidates.. donald trump was the "winner" for the republicans. the bulls were too shy to pick a
no bull... it was a dreary day out there... chief meteorologist ed wilson joins us now... the fog sticking with us most of the day... light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain showers before things wind down into the weekend. temperatures will be falling all day on saturday, with sunday seeing very cold temperatures across the ne half of the state. highs there on sunday will be in the single digits, with low teens
the iowa division of criminal investigation is looking for a gunman... who shot a keokuk man and his dogs this morning police were called to a home in keokuk just after one this morning... officers found 32-year old ian keefe with three gun shot wounds. he was taken to the hospital, but there's no word on his condition. police say two people wearing masks were seen running from the home... before taking off in a car. investigators are working with police in hamilton illinois.... where a similar incident occurred about a half hour before the shooting in keokuk. opening statements are expected
accused of killing a clive toddler. 26 year-old joe lopez is charged with first degree murder and child endangerment resulting in death. prosecutors say lopez assaulted 20- month old ruby alvarez at an apartment in clive in november of 20-14. she suffered a fractured skull and broken ribs... lopez told police she fell from a high chair but officials say her injuries weren't consistent with a fall. a newton 12-year old who disappeared on christmas eve is back in foster care. charlene brown was found with her mother... misty shaver and her mother's boyfriend... kevin carlton in victor yesterday. carlton is charged with child stealing... shaver is being held as a material witness... but police say charges are pending against her. brown was living with foster parents when police say she voluntarily left with her mother... but a protective order was in place prohibiting contact between shaver and brown. the president and c-e-o of the ymca of greater des moines is stepping down... the board of directors accepted
it's effective immediately. current senior vice president, wade riedinger, was appointed at acting president and ceo. the ymca of greater des moines is launching a national search to find delpesce's replacement... a lot of iowans went to work a little disappointed this morning... they were hoping to retire with their winnings from a powerball ticket. but no one won the monster powerball jackpot last night... that takes the next drawing up to an estimated 700-million dollars - the largest lottery prize in u-s history... the cash option - a mere 428 million dollars. iowans bought four million powerball tickets leading up to the drawing. and not all those were duds... nearly 74-thousand tickets were good for smaller prizes. if you want to check your ticket... one more time.. here are the numbers from last night... 2 - 11 - 47 - 62 and 63.
out... and it's recommendations might be hard to swallow. comiing up... why it could have you taking another look at your soda... and what the recommendations do and do not include. and video of hoverboards catching on fire have gone viral... the university in iowa that's now saying students should keep them off campus... a marshalltown school is off to a fresh start in the new year... why all of it's students are
marshalltown christian school started the new year... in a new home... the new semester brings some changes for students... for the first time in school history, they are all in the same location. marshalltown christian school was started in 2006... but classes took place in two churches... today, all the students attended classes in the same building. it took three years of fundraising to build the one-point-six million dollar school... now students can focus on learning... and much more.. not only the academics, the students have high expectations, in order to learn, but also behavior too. we do not allow any bullying here, we take behaviors very seriously. 50 students, kindergarten through 8th grade, attend
iowa state university says when students return to class for the spring semester... electronic cigarettes are not allowed on campus. e-cigarettes and vape pens are now included in iowa state's smoke-free campus policy. it went into effect january first.. the policy applies to employees, students and visitors.. and includes vehicles, buildings, property and grounds at iowa state. over in iowa city, the university of iowa is banning hoverboards from areas of campus. the decision comes after another report of a hoverboard catching fire. the pennsylvania family said it was plugged into the charger when it overheated, iowa announced hoverboards are banned from dorm rooms and campus buildings. several local charitable organizations want to help you de- clutter your home. they're accepting everything from old toys... athletic equipment... even arts and craft supplies. nicole opher runs the website, des moines for kids dot com. she says if you're donating toys, make sure the items are clean, safe, and not under a recall... also check that all the pieces
light rain will continue as we head in marco rubio thinks it's unfair to criticize him for missing votes. "but i am going to miss votes, i'm running for president." but he's been missing votes for a long time. "one third of all of his missed votes in 2015 were missed before he announced he was running for president." over the last three years, marco rubio has missed more votes... than any other senator. washington politician marco rubio. doesn't show up for work, but wants a promotion? right to rise usa is responsible
fog covering part of the skyline. light rain will continue as we head into the overnight to friday. rainfall totals through thursday afternoon were generally less than 0.25" in central iowa, with another 0.10" to 0.25" possible through friday. lows tonight will once again stay above freezing, so widespread slick spots should not be a concern, though bridges and overpasses will require some caution. throughout the day friday a few snow showers may mix in with the rain showers before things wind down into the weekend. temperatures will be falling all day on saturday, with sunday seeing very cold temperatures across the ne half of the state. highs there on sunday will be in the single digits, with low teens around the
those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. (donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech) there's a big difference between making noise... (mic tap) ...and making sense. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk.
there's some 'good' news to report -- when it comes to fight against cancer. the american cancer society says death rates from the disease continue to drop. the organization says that means one-point-eight million fewer people have died from cancer. the latest data shows a 23-percent decrease in the cancer death rate since peaking in the early 1990's. breast cancer deaths alone have dropped 36-percent since peaking in 1989 ... and deaths from prostate and colorectal cancers have declined by about 50-percent. experts say advances in cancer prevention, detection and treatment ... along with lower smoking rates ... are responsible for the decrease in deaths. at a time of year when many people have resolved to eat better... the federal government has issued its latest set of dietary guidelines. erika edwards has more on what is and is not included in the new recommendations. for the first time -- the federal nutrition guidelines set a limit on added sugar.
together the total calories in a day the recommendation is not have more than 10 percent of those calories be from added sugars." the term "added sugars" does not apply to what's naturally found in fruit. it refers to sweeteners added to products like drinks, soups and sauces. the goverment is working on new food labels that should clearly show added sugar... but until then, here's some dietary math that may be hard to swallow: 10-percent of a 2-thousand calorie diet equals 12-teaspoons of sugar.... which can be found in just one large soda. "whether it's the beverages that you drink or maybe eating out one fewer night a week. these small changes can get you to a place where there's healthier eating for you and your family." the guidelines also suggest increasing the amount of fruit, vegetables and whole grains in our diet... and cutting back on salt and saturated fat -- both linked to heart disease. while excess red meat and processed meats have also been associated with health problems... the guidelines don't specifically advise cutting back on those sources of protein. cardiologists have other advice. "in our conversations as clinicians, it's our obligation to be
very often will say expressly that you should reduce fatty foods specifically red meat and processed foods." the guidelines do suggest people incorporate other forms of protein into their meals... like nuts, legumes and seafood. erika edwards, nbc news. the guidelines also find limited amounts of caffeine and alcohol appear to be safe. stick around, we'll get another look at your forecast, after the break. cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical
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finally tonight.... a party was held today for shirley in marshalltown... that might not seem like a big deal.. until you meet the guests of honor... and the story behind it. ray pille lost his wife, shirley, two years ago.. so today in her honor he threw a shirley party. more than twenty women named