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given the gridlock and record low school funding despite a strong economy, iowa educators no longer believe that this body values their work in public education a fight over school funding delayed the end of last year's session... and this session the battle lines are already drawn. good evening. i'm dan winters. and i'm sonya heitshusen... lawmakers needed an extra month to finish their work last year... and it could be more of the same this session.. governor branstad delivered his condition of the state report this morning... he warned of a difficult budget year because of falling crop prices and lower farm revenue... still branstad called for a 2- point-4-5 percent increase in school funding... nearly double the amount approved last year. democrats say the governor's
2.45 is not enough... as bad or worse as last year senator gronstal says democrats want closer to a four percent funding increase. . that's double the amount already approved in the house. one idea that's getting bipartisan attention is the governor's call to reform how the state punishes and rehabilitates those who break the law. 2516 it's time for a fresh look at the criminal justice system in iowa to ensure that we are doing the right thing for all of our citizens." the governor has already pushed for early release for some inmates. the number of inmates has also dropped eight percent since he returned to office five years ago. branstad is also creating a wrongful conviction division to investigate claims of innocent people serving time. the democratic attorney general
tom miller...4510 i think it makes sense. conservatives are libertarians. liberals wants to rehab criminals and bring back into mainstream of life. so you have common basis to go forward." the governor would also like to expand drug courts to give judges an alternative to prison.. claims of a deadly fall are at the center of a clive man's murder trial... joe lopez is accused of killing his girlfriend's one-year old daughter in november of 20-14. she suffered a skull fracture and broken ribs. the defense says the little girl was injured falling out of a high chair. a neurosurgeon took the stand today testifying the severity of the injuries make that claim impossible. 43:56 'the simple fact is if a
be full of kids on a ventilator, right now, nearly brain dead and that doesnt happen, we just dont see that. so thats, theres just something that doesnt match up. well, you never say never in your profession do you? 44:17 no but i would say no but with the whole picture this is very atypical for a fall 44:25 the defense claims the toddler fell onto a, concrete floor... making her injuries worse. an ames man is charged in an overnight attack... 20-year old david giera is charged with burglary and sexual assault. he's accused of entering an unlocked apartment on tripp street and assaulting the 23-year old woman inside. the woman managed to fight him off.. and force him out of the apartment. des moines is losing a piece of its history... burns united methodist church plans to demolish its old building at 8- 11 crocker street. the church was used from 19-30 until 20-11 when the congregation
parkway. hubbell realty plans to buy the land to build an apartment building. it was a quite day in downtown des moines over the lunch hour... the sidewalks were nearly empty except for the occasional person running from their car to a downtown building... even this little guy knows better than to step out in the cold.... in the skywalks... it was a different story... plenty of people decided to trade the fresh air... for warm air.. chief meteorologist ed wilson joins us... ed... any chance of getting on the right side of freezing... temperatures will be coldest this evening and rise overnight. by the time, we wake up early wednesday temperatures will be back in the mid teens. there will be a few clouds to start the day but more sun is expected for the afternoon with highs ni the 30s. there's no stopping the rising
sander's favor... not what hillary clinton wants to see less than 3-weeks from the caucuses... after the break... sanders opens and how hilary clinton is tried to reverse the trend during a stop in ames. 21-28 i think they just got a taste, kinda fueled them a little bit, a taste of what their potential is last year. this year.. grand view christian potential... later in sports... the team's dominating season so for... and the big
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 companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
caucus that i kind of call the "let's get real" period. with less than three weeks until the caucuses... hillary clinton is taking
the gloves off... throughout the campaign clinton and bernie sanders have talked about how they served in the senate together.. and respect eachother.. but now that the caucuses are three weeks away... the rhetoric is starting to change.. clinton campaigned in ames today... and called out sanders by name. she criticized him for what she says is his failure to take on the n-r-a... and for his plan to provide health insurance to every american... s/ hillary clinton / presidential candidate :27he wants to roll medicare, medicaid, the children's health insurance program, the affordable care act program and private health insurance program into a national system and then turn it to the states to administer. now, if that's the
he's talking about, i am worried folks, i think that would be a big problem. one reason clinton is likely sharpening her attacks... the polls aren't going her
way... the quinnipiac poll of iowa voters released today has bernie sanders with a five point lead. that's a big swing in just the past month. the quinnipiac poll in december showed clinton with an 11-point lead. the poll isn't the only thing sanders is likely celebrating today... last night on c-n-n he received a veiled endorsement from the vice president... .& vp joe biden: "bernie is speaking to a yearning that is deep and real. and he has credibility on it. and that is the absolute enormous concentration of wealth in a small group of people with the new class now being able to be absolute enormous concentration of wealth in a small group of people with the new class now being able to be shown being left out. there used to be a basic bargain. if you contributed to the profitability
got to share in the profit. that's been broken. productivity is up wages are... gloria borger: "but hillary's talking about that, and..." vp joe biden:"well, it's -- but it's -- it's relatively new for hillary to talk about that. hillary's focus has been other things up to now, and that's been bernie's -- no one questions bernie's authenticity on those issues." neither vice president joe biden... or president obama have.. or are expected to... endorse a candidate. tonight the president is focused on his eighth and final state of union address... n-b-c's steve handelsman shows us what to expect... thanks and good evening. president's making clear it's too late to propose major new initiatives at this...his last...state of the union address...and political divisions here in washington would doom them anyway. :15-:45instead he will lay out what he's accomplished ...on the economy and on
accomplished ...on the economy and on obamacare and in general where he thinks we need to go it's a far cry from the hope and unity message of his first state of the union address up here in 2010...when the fight over obamacare widened made the partisan divide poisonous mr obama said he sees the continued lack of unity in our nation not as a failure but as a disappointment. and he will not offer major changes in his plan to fight isis and the danger of terrorist attack here in the u-s because he does not see that as a failure. in this political year ... with republican candidates charging america is in crisis president obama is readying a speech with the opposite message you can see the president's speech live right here on channel 13. it begins at 8-o'clock. temperatures will start to increase overnight as a warm front lifts across the state tonight. more clouds will move in tonight as well. wednesday will begin with temperatures in the mid teens and reach the low 30s in the afternoon. thursday will be another mild day with 40s. clouds build back in on friday and there may be a few flurries at times. the weekend looks to be cold with temperatures back in the teens for daytime highs. the iowa hawkeyes started the football season with zero votes
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his
own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust.
the a-p top 25 poll. the hawks finish with 981 points. ap voters rank iowa #9. that's
the fifth top ten finish for iowa under kirk ferentz. the fifth in 14 years. ferentz earned a million dollars in bonuses alone. his staff also added an extra million. national champ alabama a unanimous #1, runner up clemson second.
the rose, stanford is third, ohio state fourth, and there you see the hawks at nine. grand view christian may be one of the smallest schools in the state, but the thunder have big goals. they also have the stats to back it up. john sears has more. the grand view christian thunder have a list of goals, but just one that sticks out. sot: burt- 'make it to state was the biggest one." gvc went 23 and 2 last season, but lost to earlham in substate. sot: glenn- "it hurts because we put a alot of work to get there knowing we could have pushed a little harder." sot: stubbs "i think they just got a taste which fueled them of what their potential is." grand view christian, which used to be called grand view park baptist, has never been to state. thats something these players want to change. sot: glenn "we definitely want to break that trend. sucks getting that close and not finishing it." sot: burt "it would be huge,
our first time there, huge for the school." the reason this season will be different, 1 word. sots: "chemistry...chemist ry...chemistry." sot: stubbs "that family environment on the court has really been one of those things thats taken to the next level." the thunder, bring the thunder on offense. gvc is not only the highest scoring team in class 1a, but the highest scoring team in the state, regardless of class...averaging 89 points a game. sot: glenn "we like to go up and down pretty fast." sot: burt "i love it, its a lof of fun, everyone gets looks every game." sot: stubbs "we alsoways have 5 guys in to give the green light to. i dont know if its red light green light necessarily but guys know who's going to get the shots." sot: glenn "we pressure teams in to making turnovers then we exploit their weaknesses and use our strengths." the thunder are hoping those strengths take them on a deep
perfection on the line tonight. grand view christian takes on their rival ankeny christian academy. the eagles are also undefeated. the cyclones must be the most scrutinized three loss team in the country. steve prohm takes the heat. cyclones could use a win tonight at texas. the hawkeyes haven't won at michigan state in 23 years. iowa did beat the spartans last month, but that was in iowa city. it remains michigan state's only loss. fran mccaffery explains the drought in east lansing. they win most of the time that they
play. four and oh won't be easy. the
history... this pennsylvania home went on the market this summer... but still no takers. there's a reason the house may
look a little familiar... it was the home of "buffalo bill" in the 19-91 film "silence of the lambs". the realtor however isn't blaming the fictional killer for the lack of a buyer. instead they say its because the home only has one bathroom to share among four bedrooms.
(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.