tv Today in Iowa at 6 NBC January 8, 2016 6:00am-7:00am CST
first on 13... all of central iowa's waterways are within their banks this morning, despite the rain. but the city of luther remains history will repeat itself... i'm afraid that everything will get like lodged in the tiles and everything will fill up and back up and i'll be back to where i was at square one again. last month, residents were plagued with some of the worst flooding they'd ever seen. luther has no sewer system, but officials say an inadequate storm tile system is to blame. the system is dated, damaged, and unable to remove storm water at the
measure to replace it... and the mayor hopes leaders will take action soon. i'm hoping the council votes on tuesday to go forward and start soliciting bids and working on this project as fast as possible. if the city council votes in favor of the project, construction could begin as early as the spring. the trip between urbandale and johnston will soon take a little longer... the northwest 100th street bridge over interstate 35-80 will be removed this winter. the 2 lane bridge dates back to when the interstate was first install back in the 19-50's. it will be replaced by a 9 million dollar, 5 lane bridget that's set to open in the interchange planned for the area. jury selection continues in the trial of a clive man accused of killing a child.... joe lopez is charged with first degree murder and child endangerment causing death.
his girlfriend's daughter in november of 20-14. the 1 year old suffered a skull fracture and broken ribs. she later died at the hospital. opening statements will begin once the pool of jurors is narrowed from 38 to 14. that could happen sometime this morning. the man accused of committing waukee's first murder in decades is due in court... brendan mcguinness is scheduled for a pretrial hearing in dallas county this morning. police say he shot and killed a man in the driveway of the man's home back in november. mcguiness has pleaded not to begin february first. authorities are investigating an attack on a correctional officer... it happened in a living unit at the anamosa state penitentiary wednesday night. officials say taylor denney assaulted year sentence for several charges. the officer was treated for minor injuries and released. denney is now being held in an
some waukee residents are who keep them safe... shooting waukee's 10 week "citizen police academy" wrapped up yesterday. the academy gave people a first hand look at what officers experience on the job... from investigating a crime, to incarcerating a suspect... and it was more than just curiosity that drove some to participate... i manage an apartment complex so i thought it would be good to get in good with the police, plus i thought it would better myself. i just wanted to learn more, about what the officers do in waukee as well as how i would be able to help them as a business owner. nearly 2 dozen people enrolled in the academy. the y-m-c-a of greater des moines is searching for a new leader... we have a lot of things that we're working on at the y a lot
have been out there in the public that we're going to continue to work on and it was the time.. the to take the y moving forward to take us to even greater heights. and vernon delpesce won't be the person to take them there. resigned yesterday morning... delpesce had been under fire for the swimming poll at the new wellmark y-m- c-a. the project was supposed to be finished last summer, but right now the "y" doesn't have the money to complete it. the des moines public school district is also on the hunt for new employees... the district is looking to hire more than 200 teachers for the upcoming school year. the positions are in a wide range of grade levels and subject areas. those who are interested can sign up for an interview at a career fair tomorrow... it begins at eight and runs until noon at the iowa events center. walk ins will be interviewed as time allows.
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temperatures will hold steady in the middle 30s throughout the day today, making for another chilly and gloomy january afternoon. we'll start the day with more fog/mist, so give yourself a little extra time for driving. another wave of light rain is expected to move through before noon, with a few flurries possible after lunch. this system will move northeast during the day, so not much more than a few flurries are expected through saturday. the biggest change over the next couple of days will be the temperatures, which will drop off into the middle teens by the afternoon on saturday... possibly not even making it
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welcome back. it's time to dive right into the depths of what's trending... and today we find a whole lot of hilarity, from cute kids to uncontrollable animals. but first, if you've ever wanted to roll a t-v up like a newspaper, you may be in luck... "l-g" unveiled a rollable television at this week's consumer
but it's not clear if it'll ever hit store shelves, because the company created it only to show off what's possible. the c-e-s runs through saturday. a marriage proposal is a moment in time you'll want to capture forever. this man had a team of 10 photographers capture hundreds of moments. they took pictures from every angle as the man popped the question at the lincoln memorial, then stitched them motion video. and by the way, she said "yes." this is one tale these fishermen will likely never forget... this is one tale these fishermen will likely never forget... they were fishing off the coast of australia, when they hooked a feisty striped marlin. as you can see, the 200 pound fish flew out of the water and onto the
the man then posted the close call to facebook, calling it "pretty much as close as it gets." move over grumpy cat, angry pearl is the latest fierce feline to gain viral stardom. a florida couple adopted pearl after falling in love with her disgruntled face on an animal shelter's website. and her new parents are having a good time making the most of her looks, she already has more than 8 thousand followers on instagram. still, pearl is not impressed. business is booming for a canadian canine clothing company... it started when a diagram went viral, asking if "dogs wore pants, which way would they wear them?" the internet went nuts debating
but "muddy mutts" settled the argument with its 4 legged, waterproof waders. the owner says sales jumped 28 hundred percent after the diagram debate. look at all the snow! ahhh! little kids love snow, right? not this one. her dad revealed the first snow of the year to her and clearly, she's not happy about it.
you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
let's get the ball rolling so every time it rains, i don't have to get my rafts out. soggy situation... luther residents are growing impatient
with the town's regular flooding. find out where they're pointing fingers, and how leaders are responding... breaking ground... it's a sign of even more growth in one of central iowa's largest cities... get a look at waukee's record breaking 20-15 for building permits... and see how it stacks
iowa's waterways are within their banks this morning, despite the rain. but the city of luther remains on edge, fearing its flooding history will repeat itself... everything is working, the sump pump is going every 12 seconds that's keeping up with it. last month, residents were plagued with some of the worst flooding they'd ever seen. luther has no sewer system, but
say an inadequate storm tile system is to blame. the system is dated, damaged, and unable to remove storm water at the necessary speed. so the city council is considering a measure to replace it... and the mayor hopes leaders will take action soon. there were frustrations with the council tabling some of the actions we have had an election in november there's a couple new people stepping on, so it's really going to be up to them to determine what they're going to do and what action they're going to take. if the city council votes in favor of the project, construction could begin as early as the spring. family and friends are preparing in a trench collapse... 30 year old justin jorgenson was altoona yesterday, when the walls gave way. crews worked for hours to recover his body. a visitation will take place
home in des moines. it starts at 11. a memorial service will follow. jorgensen leaves behind a wife and two kids. a group of new york miners are safe this morning after getting trapped underground. they were beginning their shift at a salt mine when the elevator carrying them stopped. crews contacted them over radio and passed them heat packs and blankets to keep warm. it took about 10 hours to free all 17. now, investigators are trying to figure out what caused the incident. the president is taking his gun control pitch to the road... and the way it is described, is that we're trying to take away everybody's guns. and part of the reason i welcomed this opportunity by cnn to have a discussion and debate about it, is that our position is consistently mischaracterized. president obama argued his
restrictions in a virginia town hall last night... he's expanding background checks for gun buyers and narrowing the so called "gun show loophole." that leaves most small and private sellers exempt from keeping formal sales records. a "c-n-n o-r-c" poll found the majority of americans support his measures... but less than half think they would actually limit gun violence. many of the presidential candidates have something to say about the president's plans. we will likely hear more about that from the 5 of them making stops in the state today. that includes republicans ted cruz, bernie sanders, rand paul, and rick santorum. martin o'malley is the only democrat.
this is the latest wave of hopefuls flocking to iowa, ahead of the february 1st caucus. it seems there's an app for the caucus.
captains from both parties. here's how it works... the captains will tally up the votes, and submit them through the app to be verified. after that, the results will be made available to the public in real time. financial markets are off to a rough start in
20-16... the dow dropped more than 5 percent in the first 4 days, and 10 percent from its high in may. experts say the tumble is being driven by volatility on china trading floors. beijing debuted a circuit breaker system this week to prevent panic selling... then scrapped the system after it halted trading for a second time in 4 days. and it's all adding to the angst on wall street. it's been almost seven years since the bottom of the u.s. market, and we're overdue for a correction another factor - oil prices, which plummeted to a 12 year low at one
waukee had a record breaking year for building permits... the city issued nearly 34 percent more in 20-15 than the previous high in 20-14. officials say the 900 building permits added up to 154 million dollars. most were for single family homes. 674 permits were issued the year before. waukee's population is estimated at about 20 thousand people. the world's toughest rodeo rolls into to town today. that's where we find channel 13's josh nguyen this morning, right in the middle of the action! good
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temperatures will hold steady in the middle 30s throughout the day today, making for another chilly and gloomy january afternoon. we'll start the day with more fog/mist, so give yourself a little extra time for driving. another wave of light rain is expected to move through before noon, with a few flurries possible after lunch. this system will move northeast during the day, so not much more than a few flurries are expected through saturday. the biggest change over the next couple of days will be
the temperatures, which will drop off into the middle teens by the afternoon on saturday... possibly not even making it
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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. jury selection continues in the trial of a clive man accused of killing a child.... joe lopez is charged with first degree murder and child endangerment causing death. prosecutors say lopez assaulted his girlfriend's daughter in november of 20-14. the 1 year old suffered a skull fracture and broken ribs. she later died at the hospital. opening statements will begin once the pool of jurors is narrowed from 38 to 14. that could happen sometime this morning. a council bluffs man is behind
police say 22 year old dakota koehrsen assaulted a woman late last night. it happened at the super 8 motel in marshalltown. koehrsen was arrested at the scene. he's being held in the marshall county jail. university of iowa is asking its students to leave their hover boards at home... federal authorities say the motorized scooters can cause serious injury, or even catch fire. the university is one of 20 across the country that have issued bans. it applies to iowa's dorm rooms and campus buildings... if a fire breaks out, that's our main concern. if a fire breaks out, i mean it could damage the room, joining rooms, and things like that. fires burn hot, and it can damage a lot of property. other schools that have banned hover boards include george mason
feel... nothing but optimism for the future. last year, kirk ferentz named c-j beathard the starting quarterback over jake rudock. he proved himself an excellent leader, and ferentz believes the best is yet to come. desmond king passed up the n-f-l draft to finish alongside beathard. king earned first-team all-american honors, and won every award a defensive back can. many expected he'd go pro, but instead he's finishing his education, and is ready for an encore. i took that as a really positive sign and it gives you a reflection of the way our guys are thinking. that kind of closeness is how good things happen. i think there's a respect between those guys. i think everybody on the football team had a healthy respect for each other. so that was a really positive things as well. this will be ferentz's 18th
consecutive tenure in college football. the rose bowl apologizes if you band's halftime show. the band has long prided itself on irreverent trolling of opposing fans. it's also fresh off a travel ban for violating policies on alcohol, hazing, and sexual harassment. it took aim at iowa's reputation by simulating cow tipping and referencing a farmers' dating funny...others didn't. "pepsi" wants to win over everyone with this year's halftime show at super bowl 50. the company has confirmed that beyonce will join the band, coldplay, for the show. beyonce last performed during the super bowl in 20-13. the big game takes place february 7th in santa clara, california.