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in urbandale he wants them to join him and be part of what he calls the noisy majority. he ripped the obama administration for giving billions to iran in a negotiated deal...even as iran just took 10 u-s sailors captive. trump acknowledged to the crowd candidates often don't want to say they want to win the caucuses...just in case end up not winning. but he says...he wants to come out on top. trump....3808 i really want to win iowa. people say just say you want to do well in iowa. 2nd 3rd 4th? i want to win iowa......with everybody." at one point, trump did say to the crowd about his supporters...quote.. .maybe they won't show up. but
event later where he personally made the pitch to iowans to show up. we'll take you inside that private meeting tonight at six. donald trump's campaign rented out a des moines movie theater, so his supporters can see the movie 13-hours tonight. the movie depicts the 20-12 attacks that killed u-s ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. those involved with "13 hours" have said the movie steers clear of any partisan trappings... and does not mention hillary clinton or president obama. trump's iowa co-chair... tana reserve free tickets to the screening at the cobblestone theater on 86th.. the movie starts at six. donald trump has been raising questions about fellow candidate president. and now he's facing a lawsuit on the matter. thursday in federal court in texas. cruz was born in canada... his mom is a u-s citizen. the suit wants to clarify what
the attorney wants the supreme court to expedite the case since the iowa caucuses are fast approaching. trump and cruz exchanged words on it during last night's debate. 38-47 cruz: my friend donald said he'd had his lawyers look at this from every which way. and there was no issue there, there was nothing to this birther issue. now since september the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. ted cruz and donald trump are running neck and neck for first place in iowa ... former president bill clinton is campaigning for hillary clinton... telling voters why his wife is the most qualified to be president. today, he stopped at morningside college in sioux city. bill clinton began campaigning for her last week in new hampshire and now he's making his rounds in iowa. he called hillary clinton the best change-maker he's ever met. "the reason republicans have
is they know that too. they've basically been screaming at all of us democrats saying please nominate somebody else. we don't want to run against her." bill clinton says he's not surprised bernie sanders is inching closer to hillary clinton in the polls. he attributes it to republican attack ads on his wife. jeb bush is getting an endorsement from a former rival... 47-53 "on february 20th, we're going to give jeb bush the momentum that he needs and deserves to win the nomination. south carolina senator and former g-o-p presidential candidate lindsey graham made the announcement in north charleston. graham dropped his bid in december... today he said bush is the person who will be ready on day one to be commander-in-chief. during the news conference, bush also pledged to make veterans affairs one of his first priorities. some metro police are warning residents to be on the lookout for con-artists... trying to use the caucus to steal your personal
whitworth has the story. callers are calling from a 515 area code... asking residents to caucus on a date other than feburary 1st - which is the real caucus date they are also asking for their address, and social security number and for residents to fill out important caucus related paper work but political parties are urging people beware of those red flags....
224805 - what you need to caucus for either party is to be a register member of that party but you can do that night of - sam lau they also emphasize real campaigns will introduce the candidate they are calling on behalf of.... but police say if you still can't determine if the call is legitimate or not.... don't be afraid to ask 302026 - i would encourage them to ask questions, if they feel like something is not right we live in a free country ask every question that you can - sgt tyler thompkins - johnston pd jodi whitworth channel 13 news so far the scam has only been reported in johnston. if you experience any suspicious activity contact police or the campaign or party's headquarters. a rally was held this afternoon, for a woman who's murder is still an open case in marion county.. 68-year old shirley carter was lacona last june. so far, authorities haven't made suspect... but carter's husband did file a his
today... about 100 people county courthouse. friends and family shared memories of their loved one... they said they don't want forgotten. "our family will never let this become a cold case. we won't let shirley's memory become a memory be served and will be served and we will make sure it's served." we'll have more on today's rally tonight at six. students in des moines remembered martin luther king junior today... on what would have been his 87th birthday. students at samuelson elementary held a peace walk... 470 students joined hands and listened to king's "i have a dream speech" and sang "we shall overcome". teachers say this means a lot to the students. 36:52 i think they're aware of what is going on in the world and they see things on tv and i think there is an understanding, that this is something that is a result of the many years that we that we have struggled with this as a country. 37:06
monday.. so many schools will not hold classes and all federal and state agencies will be closed. it's a good thing those students were inside. temperatures dropped today.. and they're not turning around anytime soon. meteorologist brett mcintyre joins us now... brett...we'll stay below freezing for a while. temperatures have been falling throughout the day today and will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to mostly clear overnight, with temperatures dropping back into the single digits. tomorrow doesn't look much better, we'll see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although
be minor, slick conditions will still be possible for those out early on sunday. it will be cold to start the work week, but temperatures will start to trend warmer by the second half of the week. however, another round of snow could bring high accumulations on tuesday. a pizza restaurant owner who helps feed the homeless, found he was in need himself... and the community stepped up to help.. and they're doing more than just giving a donation... how volunteers are stepping up to make sure he can keep his business, and charity work, going. and the owners of one of three winning powerball tickets came
people into town. the outlet mall will be located next to near bass pro shops and johnny's italian steakhouse. construction is set to begin this spring. channel 13's mike dasilva has more. 14:03:14 'we want it to look nice and the council has the final say mayor skip conkling says altoona city leaders have been working closely with new england development to make sure this project is done right . 14:03:35
'were elected to look at these things and use a little bit of common sense and work with these developers, and you know just because it says the front should be all stone, that doesnt really, thats not written in stone. set over some 34 acres...the outlet mall promises some 75 retailers...and the mayor says because of it's location...the mall is sure to be a success. 14:06:16--29 we lay along interstate 80, i mean you cant quite throw a rock that far from, where it sits but pretty close. you can see it. and the beltway 65 which comes up and and ties in at that point too, very visible.' for those who live, work, and shop locally...the mall would make life easier...it would mean they
14:37:58--14:38:04 'absolutely, yes. that is kind of an inconvenience about living over here in altoona is we have to always head west for just about everything.' 14:47:29--34 'yeah, it would be nice, we need more things on the east side. we have a lot on the west, i love shopping over there but it would be nice to be close to home.' 14:43:08--18 'i think that would actually ended up there and for us to you know people in the area to have some at least choice plans for the project were first announced in 20-14...and for those who are getting impatient about when mall will actually be built and open? the mayor says...hang on. 14:07:35 'and the questions i get, well, when are they coming? are they coming? are you sure? you know i get those things all the time, and we have to go by what the developer tells us, but theyve been hinging their starting with getting at least 50 percent of it leased. and im told that
so what stores will be in the mall? we reached out to new england development, and they said they like to keep details quiet until a few months prior to their openings. the mall is expected to open sometime late next year. a golf center is now closed, but the state is helping gift certificate holders get their money back. longview golf center in urbandale closed in october... the former owners reported the unclaimed funds to the state treasurer's office. customers with unused gift card can redeem them through the great iowa treasure funds - a program that returns unclaimed property in the state.
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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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. center street dam, fast moving water temperatures have been falling throughout the day today and will continue to do so through the night. arctic high pressure is pushing in from the northwest and has started to clear some clouds out of the way. we'll remain partly to
temperatures dropping back into the single digits. tomorrow doesn't look much better, we'll see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the middle teens at best. the coldest day of the week will be sunday when temperatures only make it a couple degrees above zero at the most. there will be a wave of light snow late saturday and early sunday. snow totals will be between 0.5" and 1.5". although accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will still be possible for those out
early on sunday. it will be cold to start the work week, but temperatures will start to trend warmer by the second half of the week. however, another round of snow could
wall street took another dive today. the dow was off 2-point-4 percent... closing below 16-thousand... the nasdaq dropped 2-point-7 percent... and the s and p 500 closed down more than 2-percent. that's a 12-percent drop from it's all time high last year. analyst blame a sell off in chinese markets, and falling oil prices, on the downturn in the u-s markets... a tennessee couple doesn't have to worry too much about those numbers - at least not yet. they're sitting on hundreds of
around town as "chef d," owns rock power pizza. he was homeless in the past... so he now shuts down his restaurant every monday to feed people in need. he received a nice donation from ellen degeneres on her talk show, but those funds soon dwindled. rock power pizza was about to close. but the community stepped up and raised triple the amount of money he needed to stay open. but that's not the end of it. volunteers from saint andrew's episcopal church are making sure has the know-how to keep his business running. the offered to help chef d file for non- profit status, increase marketing, and create a long-term business plan. "so the community has given chef fish, and we want to help teach him to fish." - lizzie gillman - st. andrew's church volunteer "this mission is so important, that we continue this all year round. homelessness is an issue all year round." chef d the local band, brother trucker, has offered to host a benefit concert for the restaurant on january 22-nd. stick around, we'll get another look at your forecast, after
there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then
we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. 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.
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.