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to get away despite mandatory state supervision for life. and iowa state hasn't beaten a number one team since 19-57... they got another chance tonight... did they end the drought... and was it worth two days in the cold for these fans. a long cold-night is ahead for fort dodge fire fighters... they expect to remain at the scene of a massive fire making sure it doesn't reignite. good evening. i'm erin kiernan. and i'm dan winters... it was hard to miss the smoke in fort dodge this afternoon... it was part of one of the city's biggest fires in years... this is a big fire. fortunately they are few and far between. and think the last big was a church downtown that burned a few years ago this fire could take days to fully put out.
was full of tires.. which smolder and can easily reignite. the fort dodge fire department called in help from webster city. the webster city department brought in its tallest ladder truck... allowing firefighters to attack the flames from above. the burning tires weren't the only worry for firefighters. we got a heavy load of tires and there was some propane tanks that ended up exploding during the incident. its a matter of putting enough water to finally bring it out one firefighter suffered a minor injury. no one else was injured and the cause remains under investigation. the southeast webster school district is prepared for a day of sorrow on tuesday. it will be the first day back to class since the house fire that killed three students. amber sorenson... and her children... 9-year old riley.. 6-year old autumn.. and 4-year old brayden were killed. investigators think it was caused by a space heater. it was being used to keep a rabbit hutch warm. school leaders at webster grand elementary already met with
ahead of tomorrow's classes. 15:39:48 we were up front with them as far as the facts- there was a fire, they all died. we didn't sugar coat that. we wanted to let them know that they are safe and they will be ok while they are here 01 tomorrow, the district will have a crisis team made up of counselors, clergy and nurses, and the team will be available for students and staff. 5:46:46 we miss them very much. we can't explain a loss like that 56 this is how many of the students are expressing their grief... writing messages on posters, things like "its ok to cry"... and "we'll miss you". the posters will be given to their friend's father. there is also a go-fund-me account to help john sorenson. so far its raised more than 36- thousand dollars. if you'd like to help, you can
a registered sex offender is on the run, tonight. he was being monitored on work release. and the fact he was able to walk away has corrections officials defending their practices... and victim advocates sounding the alarm. more. 363302 - when someone is leaving the facility there is always a plan in place but things didn't go as planned after ross clouse failed to return to the fort des moines work release facility on friday in 20-09 clouse was sentenced to ten years in prison for sex abuse and indecent contact with child... he was released from prison after less than five years... but because of the charge is required to have mandatory supervision for the rest of life. offenders do not wear any sort of monitoring device... but supervision comes in the from randon check - in's by a parole officer 350029 - its a protection thing particularly for the victims and the community to keep these people under supervision - fred scaletta the iowa department of corrections says it's common for offenders to be placed in a transitional home
feet. they are allowed to find their own ride to work and are required to tell the facility -- where their job is, how long it will take to get there, and when they are expected to return back. authorities say clouse was working in guthrie county.... the same county where he abused 2 people. they are unsure if anyone helped him escape... 390625 - you dont want it to happen but can it? sure but is a possibility sure - lisa heldebrand local victim abuse advocates say the news of clouse's escape is concerning -- fearing he may strike again 280016 - his choice is to remain gone and his victim and other people who have been sexually assaulted, not by him but just in general.... that is their fear that they have that their offender will come back or knows where they live - lisa heldebrand authorites claim their monitoring is up to par... but unilke the prison
onc fond -- clousefaces ome pretty srios cnseuens. authorities say he will likely be put back in prison. if know see or know where the man might be -- contact police it took a decade, but a suspect in two sexual assaults is now in custody. 44-year old james murphy is accused of raping a woman at knife point in 20-08. police were able to get d-n-a evidence after the alleged attack. they were able to match it with another sexual assault case in 2014. murphy is now charged in both cases. iowans came together today to honor the legacy of doctor martin luther king junior... governor branstad took part in one of the celebration at the des moines botanical center... branstad has called on lawmakers to make racial disparities within the prison system a priority
there was also a prayer breakfast at drake university. during the event... alex hanna was honored with a "making a difference" award. hanna is principal at merrill middle school.. and assistant pastor at union baptist church. who radio hosts van and bonnie also worked to serve the community in honor of doctor king. this morning they offered free skating... and free breakfast to anyone who donated warm clothing to metro homeless shelters. 3755-3805 "oh its really cold ... i'm layered ... as long as i have a railing i'm doing well." cyclone fans don't need a lesson in layering their clothes... some spent two days out in the frigid temps... they parked themselves outside hilton coliseum in the lead up to tonight's number one match-up... find out if it was worth the wait coming up in sports..
between the top two republicans in iowa... the new attacks... and who has the most to gain from the fight coming up. and reason to look forward to february second... the campaign commercials will finally end... after the break... how many you've seen so far... and how much candidates are spending. after facing her main opponent last night... hillary clinton
the south carolina debate this morning... clinton campaigned in toledo this morning... touting her presidential credentials... presidential candidate i have been someone who has testified before congress. worked with other presidents and of course lived in the white house, because of my husbands presidency. and then i was elected to serve in the senate. then the man i ran against in 2008, that was one hard long race, turned around and asked me to be his secretary of sate. roughly 3-hundred people were on hand for today's campaign event. clinton says if elected president she will continue with president obama's initiative to find a cure for cancer. clinton is also on the mind of florida senator marco rubio.. presidential candidate hillary clinton does not want to run against me. they attack me every day. like right after the debate, within seconds, they
because they know i'll beat her. i can't wait to run against her. i cannot wait to run against her and i hope i'm given the opportunity rubio made multiple iowa campaign stop today.. this one in ottumwa. rubio is running third in iowa behind senator ted cruz and donald trump. rubio could be hoping trump and cruz take out each other.... the two candidates avoiding attacking each other during the early months of the campaign... now with the caucuses 14-days away... anything goes. dana bash has the story. "prompters out of here. we're going to have some fun, right?" appearing at virginia's liberty university is a rite of passage for g-o-p presidential candidates ... ... even donald trump, who drew a big crowd beyond students required to attend. presidential candidate"i want a general where we knock the hell out 'em!" he stumbled a bit ... quoting scripture. presidential candidate"i hear this is a major theme right here, but two corinthians right, two corinthians 3:17 that's the whole ballgame? "where the spirit of the lord ... right? where the spirit of the lord is, there is
two - a moment showing sharp contrast with ted cruz, who comfortably weaves bible verses into speeches. presidential candidate"how can you know that i will follow through on those promises on the first day in office and everyday afterwards? as the scripture has said, you shall know them by their fruits." but, so far, polls show evangelicals like trump despite him not talking the talk of a typical republican trying to reach them. presidential candidate"it seems that donald has a lot of nervous energy." still, a big part of the cruz/trump escalating war is a personality and character contest. presidential candidate"he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. he's a very -- he's got an edge that's not good." today, cruz responded to being called nasty with a classically cruz pop culture reference. but cruz is no longer laughing trump off. he is now following
lead, questioning trump's conservative credentials. presidential candidate"ronald reagan was a voice of consistency. and i'm pretty sure that ronald reagan didn't write checks and support democratic politicians." and a cruz superpac released this new t-v ad trying to paint trump as a hypocrite by playing trump, in his own words, praising cruz. "but he really is a special guy." as for trump, his campaign clearly knows they have some image softening to do, going up on new hampshire radio with a testimonial, from his daughter ivanka. "when i was a young girl, my father, donald trump, always told me that i could do anything that i set my mind to if i coupled vision with determination and hard work." that was dana bash reporting. iowans will get to hear from the candidates one more time from the debate stage prior to the february first
a presidential debate on january 28th.. 4-days before voters head to their caucus locations. people in des moines have already heard from the candidates more than anyone else in the country... according to "the hill"... run nearly 13-thousand campaign ads just in the des moines market. in advertising. and senator marco rubio leads all of them. his campaign and super-pacs have spent nearly 2-million dollars on 34-hundred ads. that compares to donald trumps 828- ads... and 737-ads for ted cruz. vermont senator bernie sanders is ahead in the advertising race for the democrats. he's spent 600-thousand dollars on 18-hundreds ads. clinton has spent 520-thousand on nearly 17-hundred. when you can't avoid the cold.. at least make the most of it. a minneapolis man posted a picture of his frozen pants standing in his front yard on facebook. the image went
there are two democratic visionsfor regulating wall street.one says it's okay to take rmillions 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 playby the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sandersand i approve this message. when you can't avoid the cold.. at least make the most of it. a minneapolis man posted a picture of his frozen pants standing in his front yard on facebook. the image went viral... and other
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. steve prohm could use a signature moment at iowa state, and an early opportunity tonight. prohm can do something no coach
years: beat the #1 team in america. of the most successful cyclone coaches in the modern era, the late johnny orr went zero for six against #1 teams. tim floyd oh for three. larry eustachy oh for two, and fred hoiberg had just one shot, but isu lost. this photo shows the most recent isu win over #1. the cyclones upset kansas with wilt chamberlain, 39-37. 2 player of the year candidates. georges niang and buddy hield 1at half monte morris drives, layup good. cyclones up 2. later morris up top to jameel mckay. alley oop. isu down 3. sooners keep rolling with hield. 3 later morris up top to jameel mckay.
alley oop. isu down 3. sooners keep rolling with hield. 3 ball. 15-12 ou. niang starts to take over. spin, inside off glass. 21-19 isu.
off glass. 21-19 isu. then its abdel nader. baseline for 2. isu still up 1. morris drives, blocked, but right to niang. buries the 3. 32-31 isu. niang on the break, goes
glass again. isu up 3. just before half. morris hits the floater isu leads 41-35. cyclones sooners 2nd half. matt thomas, who had a great game defensively, shows what's he's more known for, the 3. isu up six, 55-49. oklahoma takes the lead back. but niang answers from deep. cyclones back up 1. and the fans can feel it.! on
64-59 cyclones. ' sooners would tie it behind hield. 75 all. under a minute. morris. got it! the cyclones have done it. they beat #1 for the first time since elvis presley's jail house rock ruled
the charts. that's been a while. a much deserved court storming for cyclone fans. iowa state with a statement win. let's bring in channel 13's john sears live from hilston coliseum. john, that's hilton magic. live from hilton coliseum we bring in john sears who has wisely moved inside. john, how long did it take you to warm up after being outside for a few hours? live from hilton coliseum we bring in john sears who has wisely moved inside. john, how long did it take you to warm up after being outside for a few hours?
bring in john sears who has wisely moved inside. john, how long did it take you to warm up after being outside for a few hours? isu could become the third different iowa team to knock off #1, and it's only mid-january. in november, uni upset north carolina. in december, right before the rose bowl, iowa defeated #1 michigan
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.