tv Channel 13 News at 6 NBC January 15, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm CST
he lost his wife to murder in june.... and this week filed a lawsuit against his youngest son... accusing him of pulling the trigger. good evening. i'm erin kiernan. after seven months.. bill carter arrest... instead... he's filed a wrongful death lawsuit against his son jason carter... he says evidence he's collected proves carter murdered his 68- year old mother... bill carter is also putting the arrest... channel 13's justin surrency joins us live from marion county where family members held a rally today. earlier this afternoon more than 100 marion county residents demanded justice 7 months after shirley carter's murder inside her
"i feel when she got killed i feel like i lost a mom..." shirley's killer remains on the loose but on january 5th bill carter, shirley's husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit against their youngest son jason carter...despite the lawsuit and investigation, no suspects have been charged... concerned family and friends hope their rally for justice can spark results from county investigators... "we trust the system but it's slow right now, the fear is that the system will forget her and we won't let that happen" 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
the iowa department of criminal investigation continues to work the case....shirley carter's husband bill was at today's rally for justice but did not wish to speak with the media today. people claiming to be involved with the iowa caucuses are scamming iowans into handing over their personal information. the johnston police department is investigating about half a dozen reports of a political phone scam. the caller asks residents if they are planning to caucus on a date other than february first. however, february first is the actual caucus date. the scammer is also asking residents for their address, social security number and for them to fill out caucus related paper work. police say if something doesn't
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 as a reminder -- political parities say the only paperwork you may need to fill out -- is to register to vote. you can do that the night of caucus. dinner and a movie is cheaper than usual tonight for donald trump supporters... you're looking live at cobblestone theaters in urbandale where trump is picking up the tab for a screening of the movie "13 hours." the showing begins just before seven tonight. the movie is based on the 20-12 attack on the u-s embassy in benghazi libya... clinton served as secretary of state at the time of the attacks... but is not mentioned in the movie. trump isn't expected to attend tonight's screening.. he's already made one surprise visit today... got to go along. donald trump had finished telling iowans he'd make america great again and was signing whatever they put before him. several hundred people stood for a few hours in the living
visitor center for the chance to style the pizza ranch..iowans werent exactly sure what they were about to see...but they had an idea. 1003 they said laughs.. that hint...and this first glimpse of the country's most famous hair let them they'd been told the campaign rented this place out for lunch for caucus campaign volunteers instead we watched as they got a pizza
surprise. tuesday...john wayne's daughter will be a special guest at a rally with trump...in her father's birthplace of winterset. winning the nomination is no longer the only challenge for senator ted cruz... his now part of a federal lawsuit.. "this is the worst-drawn provision in the constitution, it's the most ambiguous provision, and it hasn't been tested in 220 years. now, the time has come to have a case for testing it newton schwartz is challenging cruz' status as a "natural born citizen" eligible to be president. cruz was born in canada and moved to texas when he was four. cruz maintains he is eligible to be president because his mother is a u-s citizen. former president bill clinton returned to iowa today... he says his wife's economic policies will benefit all americans... not just the wealthy... 38- where ever there's a
struggling, the striving, and the successful, and we work together across the lines that divide, good things are happening. clinton is in the middle of a two day-swing through iowa. tomorrow he'll campaign on his wife's behalf in council bluffs.. fort dodge.. and des moines. hopefully the former president brought his winter jacket... meteorologist brett mcintyre joins us...
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 is responsible for the content of this message. fiction. but things are declining on wall street... losses have cost investors one- point-five trillion dollars in just the
oil fell below 30-dollars a barrel today... and the stock market slid right along with it... the dow was off more than 5- hundred points at one point.... it closed nearly 4-hundred points lower. the nasdaq gave up 126-points and the s-&-p was off 41. adding to the wall street worry... today walmart announced its closing 269-stores worldwide. 154-are
in the u-s.. and the closures will impact 10-thousand employees. the stores will begin closing next month. none of them are in iowa. governor branstad is already warning of a tough budget year because of a slow-down in the farm economy... its something organizers of the quad cities farm expo are dealing with as well.. low crop prices are hurting farmers... and reducing big equipment purchases ahead of spring planting. 35-44 i think they'll tighten their belts quite a bit i mean, this is something everyones been predicting the last several years is gonna come 01:15-01:20 its never as bad as it seems, its never as good as
we'll get thorugh it. it isn't all bad news... next week the altoona city council is expected to approve site plans for a 300 thousand square-foot, open- air outlet mall... once approved... construction would begin next spring on the 34- acre site. the project was originally pitched two years ago... and altoona's mayor says he's fielded questions ever since. 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 theyre there. the new mall will involve 75-retailers. the names of the stores won't be released until next year. 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
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 accumulations will be minor, slick conditions will still be possible for those t earlosday. it will be ld to start the wo ek, butmperatures will start to trdrmer by the second half of theek. however, anotheround of ow could bring high cumulations on tuesday.
tter conference resume in the 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.
hawks are back home sunday to take on michigan. wolverines are fresh off a win over #3 maryland. tipoff at 3:30. game is sold out iowa state needs a win. not just to stay in the big 12 race but also to put fans, at ease. cyclones have lost 3 of their last 4 games including an overtime loss on tuesday at texas. 12 and 4 overall, just 1 and 3 in the conference. all 4 losses have come by single digits. with kansas and oklahoma looming on the schedule this is pretty
must win for iowa state. tipoff set for 3:00 in manhattan the chiefs will be looking for a new offensive coordinator after the season. doug pederson heading to philadelphia as the new eagles head coach. first though, the playoffs. after winning thier first playoff game in 22 years, k-c will try to make it 2 in a row when they travel to new england saturday afternoon. chiefs and patriots, saturday afternoon. banged up pats favored by 4, but after winning thier first playoff game in 22 years, k-c will try to make it 2 in a row when they travel to new england saturday afternoon.
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. announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state
which governor led the fight
to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. 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.
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