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split and how much people won in iowa. house fire... firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in west des moines. the two problems that made it difficult for them to fight. the news at noon starts now. news at noon front door open joining us. i'm megan reuther. west des moines firefighters continue to put out a fire they say caused significant damage to a home. it happened around 10-30 this morning in the 6-hundred block of juliann road. authorities say the fire started on the second story of the home...but are unsure how the fire started. the home sits in the heavily wooded "brown's woods" park area. firefighters say not only was the home difficult to access but the area also does not have any fire hydrants. two people were home at the time of the fire. they were able to make it out
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still under investigation with less than three weeks to the iowa caucuses..... the top republican presidential candidates will face off for the first time in 2016 in a big debate in charleston, south carolina tonight. peter alexander has the story. sot: donald trump: "he's been really nice until the last couple of days. now, he's getting a little testy!" donald trump.. still on "cruz control".. nats: trump rally: "born in the usa.." ..the tycoon recently turning to "the boss".. before rallies playing "born in the u-s-a".. to taunt rival, ted cruz.. born in canada to an american mother. trump telling a crowd of thousands he's prepared for anything tonight. sot: donald trump: "they attack, but unlike this country, i attack back." cruz... holding on to a narrow lead in iowa... insists trump is howie carr show": "i think he may shift in his new rallies to playing 'new york, new york' from new york, and he embodies new york values." but now... the new york times reports cruz failed to properly disclose a loan up to a-half million dollars from goldman sachs -- where his wife works -- to help fund his 2012 senate campaign. "semantics." sot: sen. ted cruz: "it is
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facts of the underlying matter have been disclosed for many, many years. it is not complicated. our finances are not complicated." heading into tonight: the divide between the establishment and outsiders is escalating.... ... with trump.. responding to the republican response.. to president obama.. nats: nikki haley/republican response: "it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices..." south carolina governor nikki haley.. calling out trump as "angry." sot: donald trump: "they said you're an angry person. i thought, i am! i'm very angry." jeb bush now admits he misjudged the intensity of anger among republicans, calling it "dramatically different" than in past elections. the debate stage now shrunk to seven.. carly fiorina and rand paul cast out. ... but no debate over the top
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talking about what it takes to be president -- accidentally put his wife in the oval office . sot: pres. bill clinton: "one of the things i'm proud of, when hillary was president, she did all that." that was peter alexander reporting. donald trump comes to iowa to campaign tomorrow. he'll host a town hall at living history farms in urbandale. bill clinton will campaign for hillary in iowa the next two days. he'll be in marshalltown tomorrow and des moines saturday evening. he will join chelsea clinton at lincoln high school at 5-15 p-m... republican candidate jeb bush released a new campaign ad in new hampshire called "enough".... spotlighting his latest attack strategy against frontrunner donald trump for mocking a reporter with a disability. bush: i believe life is precious. i think life is truly a gift from god. and we're all equal under god's watchful eye. that's what i believe. and when anybody, anybody disparages people with disabilities, it sets me off. that's why i
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from the beginning of bush's campaign he has fought for people with disabilities as a major part of his pitch. he regularly tells the story of working with the republican legislature when he was governor of florida to secure millions of dollars for people with disabilities. chris christie also released a new campaign ad in iowa today called "strong and clear." "there's no one else who's running for president of the united states who's actually been responsible for prosecuting and investigating terrorists. he went on to say quote "hillary clinton will be nothing more than a third term barack obama." christie accuses clinton of being the designer of barack obama's failed foreign policy. as for democrats the top two presidential candidates are close in the polls for the number one spot. according to a new des moines
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clinton now leads bernie sanders just by two points. the former secretary of state now has 42 percent while sanders has 40. as for martin o'malley, he still lags behind with only 4 percent. democratic candidate martin o'malley is scheduled to make a stop in des moines this evening. o'malley will talk to voters at "u-a-w hall" on northwest 6th drive... the event begins at 6-45. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to amber alexander at the science center. ad lib wx quick highs will be close to 50 this afternoon, but a cold front moving in late will quickly change conditions for friday. as this cold front moves in so will a blanket of clouds and an air mass that is much, much colder. flurries will be possible throughout friday, but accumulation is not expected. the biggest change will be the temperatures, we'll drop into the 20s for friday, the teens for saturday, and single digits for sunday. chances for snow will be minimal, but slight chances look possible during the weekend, and early next week. we have the first hurricane of the year. hurricane alex became an
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morning. it sustained winds of 85 miles per hour and is headed toward portugal. alex is the first hurricane to form in january in 78 years. the atlantic hurricane season officially begins june first. isis claims the attack that 19 others in one of the most populated muslim countries. it started inside a starbucks in jakarta, indonesia today where one of the attackers set off a suicide bomb inside the coffee shop. the blast shattered windows and hurt one of the customers. it all happened close to the presidential palace, the u-s embassy and the united nations. police say the attackers had guns....grenades....and suicide belts. all five of the attackers were found dead at the scene. a rally is scheduled tomorrow for a woman who was murdered. 68-year old shirley carter shot to death in her home in lacona last june. so far, authorities haven't made
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on friday... friends and family will hold a justice for shirley rally outside the marion county courthouse... carter's husband isn't waiting for police to make an arrest.. bill carter says his youngest son is the killer and this week he filed a wrongful death lawsuit... one of iowa's largest career fairs returns to central iowa... the 2016 iowa career expo hosted by the "central iowa chapter of society for human resource management" took place a hy-vee hall this morning. people can interview for a range of positions, from entry level to professional. professionals will also be there, for resume critiquing and help with online applications. it goes until 2-30 p-m. admission is free. we didn't have a big winner in iowa, but three tickets in three different states hit the jackpot in last night's historic powerball drawing jennifer bjorklund has the story...
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chino hills.... " they didn't win ... but it didn't seem to matter, they were sooooo close!!! and so happy for the holder of that winning ticket that came out of this machine ... sound m farqui - 7-eleven store clerk :10-:14 "i am very happy. i am very excited and very proud that we sold that much money" natural sound cheering inside 7-11 it was a party inside the store natural sound the owner showed up and got caught up in the glee of it all. sound babir atwal, owner of 7-eleven :23-:27 "it was so joyful. i am so thankful to my customer that they come here and he gets a million dollars' commission half of which goes to 7-eleven corporate, the rest he says he'll share with his employees. ....winning tickets were also sold in melbourne, florida and munford, tennessee. the jackpot, nearly one-point-six billion dollars. that's roughly $530 million each if they take the lump sum option, before taxes. i'm jennifer bjorklund in chino hills, nbc news. in iowa, someone won 2 million dollar in the powerball drawing. in iowa, someone won 2 million dollar in the powerball drawing. someone bought the ticket in
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the ticket matched the first five of these winning numbers but missed the powerball number to win 1 million dollars. but the person who bought the ticket also added a power play option to purchase, which multiplied the prize to 2-million dollars. six other tickets were also one number away from the jackpot. people bought those tickets in walnut, mason city, west des moines, davenport, cedar rapids, and polk city. still ahead on the channel 13 news at noon. an auction that raises money for a children's charity in the metro. how you can be involved and purchase tickets. plus... a new food truck will serve iowans fresh food and help others at the same time... how the local organization plans to help iowans with disabilities. "we are so excited because this
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food trucks have become a popular place to get a meal in des moines. now, one non-profit has plans for a food truck with a purpose. as people look forward to the sizzle of the grill... a metro non-profit plans to offer a new place to grab food on the go. @13:58 "we are going to be launching a program, hopefully this spring/summer. it's going to be called food truck with a purpose." easter seals iowa helps people with disabilities live, learn, work and play in the community. the organization is looking for a truck and developing a menu. the goal is to provide job
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@14:16 "they would have opportunity to learn how to develop a menu, to market, to sell and to produce the product we will be serving." they plan to use some of the fresh produce from the easter seals garden. about thirty clients will have the chance to work in the truck throughout the year. @14:24 "our goal is to come up with healthy menu choices we could sell from a food truck to our community and the proceeds from this will go back to support our mission for the work we do in our community." standup@23:26 "the food truck with a purpose is going to take about $65,000 to start up, but the project is getting a boost thanks to a community challenge." @6:34 "the ignite community innovation challenge was actually launched in 2014 @ 6:41 "it's a unique opportunity to challenge, really the non-profit sector to re-frame or re-imagine how they'll carry out their mission."
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for the community foundation of greater des moines' second ignite community innovation challenge. eleven businesses funded the investment dollars. "really with all these different funders coming together, we can create one opportunity to really allow non-profit organizations to pause and rethink how they would do something if they had the funding." easter seals won more than 25 thousand dollars to get the project going. @17:35 "we are really hoping by this summer that you'll be able to come in and purchase product and enjoy our tasty affair that we'll be selling." selling fresh food from a truck with a purpose. art force iowa street cred studio program was the runner up. that project won a 20-thousand dollar investment. one fast food restaurant is jumping on the organic bandwagon .
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first organic item nationwide on monday... honest kids' appley ever after juice drink. customers who choose the drink will not incur an extra charge. the nationwide launch comes after area. highs will be close to 50 this afternoon, but a cold front moving in highs will be close to 50 this afternoon, but a cold front moving in late will quickly change conditions for friday. as this cold front moves in so will a blanket of clouds and an air mass that is much, much colder. flurries will be possible throughout friday, but accumulation is not expected. the biggest change will be the temperatures, we'll drop into the 20s for friday, the teens for saturday, and single digits for
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minimal, but 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.
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late will quickly change
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cold front moves in so will a blanket of clouds and an air mass that is much, much colder. flurries will be possible throughout friday, but accumulation is not expected. the biggest change will be the temperatures, we'll drop into the 20s for friday, the teens for saturday, and single digits for sunday. chances for snow will be minimal, but slight chances look possible during the weekend, and early next week. coming up after the break... we
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she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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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.
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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 is responsible for the content of this message. today. to talk with us about the 5th annual des moines sweetheart date night auction. thanks for joining us today...... when: january 16th, 6 pm to 9 pm. where: jasper winery with all when: january 16th, 6 pm to 9
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all proceeds going to benefit young variety the children's charity. what: 5th annual des moines sweetheart date night auction tickets: $20 dollars available at the door, food by vinny's bbq is included with ticket. wine and beer are available for purchase. website: yviowa dot com teases are done! when: january 16th, 6 pm to 9 pm. where: jasper winery with
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proceeds going to benefit young variety the children's charity. what: 5th annual des moines sweetheart date night auction tickets: $20 dollars available at the door, food by vinny's bbq is included with ticket. wine and beer are available for purchase. website: yviowa dot com teases are done! people celebrate in california
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split and how much people won in iowa. house fire... firefighters are on the scene of a house fire in west des moines. the two problems that made it difficult for them to fight. good afternoon thanks for joining us. i'm megan reuther. west des moines firefighters continue to put out a fire they say caused significant damage to a home. it happened around 10-30 this morning in the 6-hundred block of juliann road. authorities say the fire started on the second story of the home...but are unsure how the fire started. the home sits in the heavily wooded "brown's woods" park area. firefighters say not only was the home difficult to access but the area also does not have any fire hydrants. two people were home at the time of the fire. they were able to make it out safely. the cause of the fire is still under investigation with less than three weeks to the iowa caucuses..... the top
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presidential candidates will face off for the first time in 2016 in a big debate in charleston, south carolina tonight. peter alexander has the story. sot: donald trump: "he's been really nice until the last couple of days. now, he's getting a little testy!" donald trump.. still on "cruz control".. nats: trump rally: "born in the usa.." ..the tycoon recently turning to "the boss".. before rallies playing "born in the u-s-a".. to taunt rival, ted cruz.. born in canada to an american mother. trump telling a crowd of thousands he's prepared for anything tonight. sot: donald trump: "they attack, but unlike this country, i attack back." cruz... holding on to a narrow lead in iowa... insists trump is rattled. sot: sen. ted cruz/"the howie carr show": "i think he may shift in his new rallies to playing 'new york, new york' because, you know, donald comes from new york, and he embodies new york values." but now... the new york times reports cruz failed to properly disclose a loan up to a-half million dollars from goldman sachs --
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works -- to help fund his 2012 senate campaign. cruz dismssing it as a matter of "semantics." sot: sen. ted cruz: "it is inadvertent filing question. the facts of the underlying matter have been disclosed for many, many years. it is not complicated. our finances are not complicated." heading into tonight: the divide between the establishment and outsiders is escalating.... ... with trump.. responding to the republican response.. to president obama.. nats: nikki haley/republican response: "it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices..." south carolina governor nikki haley.. calling out trump as "angry." sot: donald trump: "they said you're an angry person. i
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jeb bush now admits he misjudged the intensity of anger among republicans, calling it "dramatically different" than in past elections. the debate stage now shrunk to seven.. carly fiorina and rand paul cast out. ... but no debate over the top target: hillary clinton, even as her husband -- talking about what it takes to be president -- accidentally put his wife in the oval office . sot: pres. bill clinton: "one of the things i'm proud of, when hillary was president, she did all that." that was peter alexander reporting. donald trump comes to iowa to campaign tomorrow. he'll host a town hall at living history farms in urbandale. bill clinton will campaign for llary in iowa thnt twoys. 'll be in marshallwmorrow and des moines saturday evening. he will join chelsea clinton at lincoln high school at 5-15 p-m... republican candidate jeb bush new hampshire called "enough".... spotlighting his latest attack strategy against frontrunner donald trump for mocking a reporter with a disability. bush: i believe life is precious. i think life is we're all equal under god's watchful eye. anybody, anybody disparages people with disabilities, it sets me off. that's why i from the beginning of bush's campaign he has fought for
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disabilities as a major part of his pitch. he regularly tells the story of working with the republican legislature when he was governor of florida to secure millions of dollars for people with disabilities. chris christie also released a new campaign ad in iowa today called "strong and clear." "there's no one else who's running for president of the united states who's actually been responsible for prosecuting and investigating terrorists. he went on to say quote "hillary clinton will be nothing more than a third term barack obama." christie accuses clinton of being the designer of barack obama's failed foreign policy. as for democrats the top two presidential candidates are close in the polls for the number one spot. according to a new des moines register bloomberg politics poll....hillary clinton now leads bernie sanders just by two points. the former secretary of state now has 42 percent while sanders has 40. as for martin o'malley, he
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lags behind with only 4 percent. democratic candidate martin o'malley is scheduled to make a stop in des moines this evening. o'malley will talk to voters at "u-a-w hall" on northwest 6th drive... the event begins at 6-45. it's time now to get a first look at the forecast... let's head down to amber alexander at the science center.
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we didn't have a big winner in iowa, but three tickets in three different states hit the jackpot in last night's historic powerball drawing story... natural sound "chino hills, chino hills.... " they didn't win ... but it didn't seem to matter, they were sooooo close!!! and so happy for the holder of that winning ticket that came out of this machine ... sound m farqui - 7-eleven store clerk :10-:14 "i am very happy. i am very excited and very proud that we sold that natural sound cheering inside 7-11 natural sound the owner showed up and got caught up in the glee of it all. sound babir atwal, owner of 7-eleven :23-:27 "it was so joyful. i am so
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and he gets a million dollars' commission half of which goes to 7-eleven corporate, the rest he says he'll share with his employees. ....winning tickets were also sold in melbourne, florida and munford, tennessee. the jackpot, nearly one-point-six billion dollars. that's roughly $530 million each if they take the lump sum option, before taxes. i'm jennifer bjorklund in chino hills, nbc news. in iowa, someone won 2 million dollar in the powerball drawing. someone bought the ticket in onawa at a caseys gas station. the ticket matched the first five of these winning numbers but missed the powerball number to win 1 million dollars. but the person who bought the ticket also added a power play option to purchase, which multiplied the prize to 2-million dollars. six other tickets were also one number away from the jackpot. people bought those tickets in walnut, mason city, west des moines, davenport, cedar rapids, and
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still ahead on the channel 13 news at noon.... eight films have been nominated for the coveted "best picture" for the 88th academy awards. which films made the cut...and who is
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highs will be close to 50 this afternoon, but a cold front moving in late will quickly change conditions for friday. as this cold front moves in so will a blanket of clouds and an air mass that is much, much colder. throughout friday, but accumulation is not expected. the biggest change will be the temperatures, we'll drop into the 20s for friday, the teens for saturday, and single digits for sunday. chances for snow will be possible
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it's one of the biggest days of the year in hollywood as oscar nominations were announced this morning. mark barger was there.. and has a look at those who made the cut. "the revenant's momentum from the golden globes on sunday continued this morning at the oscar nominations. it lead the way with 12 nominations overall, including best picture, best director, and best actor for leonardo dicaprio." for dicaprio it's his 5th career nomination, but he's still looking for his first win. his competition includes fellow globe winner matt damon for "the martian", michael fassbender for "steve jobs", emmy favorite bryan cranston for "trumbo" and last year's best actor eddie
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nominated this year for "the danish girl." "the revenant's" best picture competition includes "the martian", "bridge of spies", "brooklyn", "the big short", "room", "spotlight" and "mad max: fury road". that film grabbed 10 nominations overall. two time oscar winner cate blanchett has a shot at number 3 best actress for "carol". her rivals include 2 golden globe winners.... brie larson for "room", and jennifer lawrence for "joy". also in the mix are saoirse ronan for "brooklyn" and with her first career nomination, veteran actress charlotte rampling for "45 years". also among this morning's nominees, sylvester stallone. he's up for best supporting actor for "creed". it's his third oscar nomination, it would be his first win. best picture titan "star wars: the force awakens" missed out on a best picture bid, but did pick up 5 nominations overall. "the tag line for this year's oscars is 'we all dream in gold', and come february 28th we'll find out which of those dreams come true for this morning's nominees. i'm mark barger in los
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you." stick around, the agribusiness
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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.
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geiger. a bill that would shut down a controversial water rule passed yesterday.. twelve democrats joined republicans to disapprove the e-p-a's waters of the u-s rule in a vote of two hundred 53 to one hundred 56.. from iowa.. only congressman dave loebsack voted against it.. the bill was originally drafted and passed the senate in a 53 to 44 vote in november.. however.. both vote totals are short of the two-thirds majority needed to override what will likely be a presidential veto. supporters of wotus argue getting rid of the rule would leave an unworkable one in its place.. weakening environmental protections.. opposition to the rule say it is an e-p-a power grab.. the iowa farm bureau says the expanded definition of the water rule would make 97 percent of iowa land under e-p-a jurisdiction. with the production report behind us, analysts are looking at some other underlying factors moving the grain markets.. "we're looking at some new
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really have in the marketplace is the funds are pressing the short side of the market, the negative side of the market.." "sitting with near record positions on the short side so really just out of new sellers to the down side. meantime, argentina corn, which was well under estimates 20 cents is back to about the same value as us in the united states so we're at some support values around the world and the technicals are positive so it's a market that's just trying to find a bit of a technical bounce here short term." "the cattle market continues to push higher on the beef market we're up around 23 percent and and just since december, early december, so a big move to the upside. the market is coming under some pressure just on anticipation of the market topping out on beef and cash cattle." "the hog market continues to push up seasonally anticipating that we're going to see the slaughter come down versus what the forecast was by the government in the last hog and pig report. that's a supportive underlying factor along with the demand starting to pick up a bit." china is going after u-s
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the chinese ministry of commerce announced the investigation of u-s... d-d-g's with solubles exported to china this week.. the u-s gains council says it's disappointed in the announcement.. to start anti-dumping and countervailing duties.. its c-e-o thomas sleight says the allegations are unwarranted and unhelpful.. and could have a negative effect on u-s ethanol and d- d-g's. adding u-s trading practices are fair throughout the world.. however.. he says they stand ready to cooperate fully with the investigations. d-d-g's are concentrated.. ground up corn.. usually a co- product of ethanol plants.. they're use as a supplement of protein and energy in feed rations. the u-s-d-a announced a three to help producers transition into organic farming.. the money will support research, education,
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assisting current and transitioning producers. the funding is through the organic transitions program.. administered the the national institute of food and agriculture.. which has awarded more than 25 million dollars since 2009 to help the organic community. and that's all i have for the show today.. thanks for joining.. see you next time. we put stories up every day.. check out who-tv dot com.. click news then agribusiness. an iowa woman is using her baking skills to try to fight
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she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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food insecurity in her town. "you can pay that suggested price or if you don't have that much you can pay what you can or if you don't have anything, we're gonna serve you anyway. jodie tietsort of fort dodge is
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wanted to do something to pay back the town that helped her recover. so now she is launching "southwest circle cafe", a place for people to pay what they can to eat. if they do not have money, they can eat for free. she is working with one world, an organization opening cafes with the same motto around the country. highs will be close to 50 this afternoon, but a cold front moving in late will quickly change conditions for friday. as this cold front moves in so will a blanket of clouds and an air mass that is much, much colder. flurries will be possible throughout friday, but accumulation is not expected. the biggest change will be the temperatures, we'll drop into the 20s for friday, the teens for saturday, and single digits for sunday. chances for snow will be minimal, but slight chances look possible
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