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if we do, we are gonna run the table folks and we are gonna make this country so great, you are gonna have victories all conservatives and evangelical voters in most polls. cruz -- asking for support, when it most counts. presidential candidate this is the time for the men and women of iowa..to make a decision to stand and vet the candidates. amid the divide, marco rubio aimed for a late surge. presidential candidate if you caucus for me and i'm your nominee, i will unite the conservative movement. the chairman of iowa's republican party says he believes many decisions tonight -- will be made at the last minute. hopefully they can come to some synergy, you know where principle and beating hillary clinton, in their minds can come together clinton wants to avoid a repeat of 2008 -- an iowa loss to then- senator barack obama. presidential candidate we learned a lot of lessons. we have applied those lessons. we've got a great team working literally around the clock. she's banking on her ground operation, and solid blocs like older voters -- to win a race with bernie sanders that tightened
with a wide lead in new hampshire polls, sanders' campaign says a loss in iowa, would not be the end. hopefully we will find a way to get across the finish line ahead of her but if we don't -- we go to new hampshire next week. on both sides - battles that are months old, but the contest really only beginning here tonight. the caucuses come just 20 days before the republicans face off in south carolina. and 27 days before the democrats do. will whitson takes a look at the keys to victory. the big word for tonight is turnout. caucus turnout will play a key role for both republicans and democrats- but that doesn't necessarily mean high voter turnout is what every candidate wants. in fact- a large number of voters may only benefit donald trump and bernie sanders- the two candidates who have established themselves as outsiders- so the votes they're looking for are also not your typical republican or democratic caucus-goer- which means in order to win in iowa, they have to get those people who don't normally go out
to their local party offices. "trump may be seen as bringing in new voters, but it's untested as to whether they are willing to sign up and stay through the whole process, than just to show up. now, he's had 20,000 or more people show up at his rallies. if they're willing to stand out in the snow and wait in line to get in, that's a fair amount of dedication." " so, who benefits if there's low voter turnout? the candidates who have garnered much of their support from what you'd consider to be establishment democrats or evangelical republicans- so professor oldendenick says ted cruz, and hillary clinton could benefit the most from a low turnout scenario- since those voters are more likely to turn out and vote regardless of how their candidate is faring. ww, wis news 10 . after iowa, the focus will shift to new hampshire. and this week, the democratic
stage for a primetime town hall there this weweesday at 8 on cnn. msnbc will host that debate. the new hampshire primary is next tuesday. and while hillary clinton campaigns in new hampshire, her husband former president bill clinton will be in columbia. he'll be meeting with democratic leaders at the state house on wednesday and we have a link to rsvp for the rally in this story on wistv-dot-com. that's where you can also find complete decision 2016 coverage. there, you can find an entire section devoted to the race for the white house. a sunny start to the first week of february as we take a look over the capital city through the wis skycam. after a warm weekend meteorologist von gaskin has more on the changes we could see this week.
warm with highs in the lower 70s. a "backdoor" cold front coming in from the north will move through tonight, not expecting much change to the forecast until a much strong front arrives wednesday. lows tonight in the middle 40s. tuesday, partly cloudy, breezy and warm, highs in the low to middle 70s. increasing clouds by evening with showers developing late. wednesday, cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms, highs in the lower 70s. rain chance 80% few showers around thursday. cooler highs near 60 clearing skies much cooler friday, highs lower 50s. two virginia tech students were coming in from the north will move through tonight, not expecting much change to the
until a much strong front arrives wednesday. lows tonight in the middle 40s. tuesday, partly cloudy, breezy and warm, highs in the low to middle 70s. increasing clouds by evening with showers developing late. wednesday, cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms, highs in the lower 70s. rain chance 80% few showers around thursday. murder and kidnapping of a 13 year old girl. - david eisenhauer and natalie keepers were formally read their charges today. -eisenhauer: first degree murder and abduction 13 year old nicole lovell -keepers: improper disposal of a dead body and acessory after the fact. -police: not released a motive, or how lovell was killed. -eisenhauer knew nicole--believe he used this relationship to his advantage to lure her out of her house.
time. a man is facing charges after kershaw county deputies say he broke into a home investigators say kristopher dixon broke into a home on tower road in elgin on saturday and tried to steal household items.. deputies say they followed footprints leaving the home into the woods and found dixon after a bloodhound team was called to the scene. investigators say dixon had set things outside the home to be carried off later. dixon is in kershaw county detention center where he remains pending a bond hearing. two people are facing charges after a drug bust in dalzell. deputies arrested rondell harriet and keevan roberts friday after they say investigators got information that there was marjiuana being distributed for the home. deputies found approximately 5 pounds of marijuana at the home valued at more than 22- thousand dollars. they also found more than 16-thousand dollars in cash and three hand guns. a north carolina couple facing drug charges in newberry county are now out of
deputies say stephen taylor and bridgette clark were spotted in a car parked behind a restaurant on s.c highway 34 near interstate 26 last week. they say the driver was "acting suspicious." after searching the car, deputies found drugs, more than $4000 cash and a handgun. south carolina's weather seems to be on a rollercoaster... dipping high and then low. trtrsitions homeless recovery center says that's making it hard to recruit volunteers for its winter weather shelter. whenever temperatures hit 40 degrees or below, transitions opens its inclement weather center.... housing up to 240 people. at least 10 volunteers are needed in the evening to help clients check in and then two people are needed for a couple of hours in the morning to get people back on the bus to go downtown. since the start of the year, the shelter has housed more than 600 different individuals, but ththlast time it was opened.... it only had one volunteer. "there's not a lot for clients to do when they're here. they're here to stay warm, so it's great when
who can talk with them or play games with them. it just really is a good thing to help volunteers help out." if you don't have time to volunteer, transitions says it always welcomes donations of things like ... board games, crossword puzzles... anything that can keep clients engaged. to sign up as a volunteer, visit the eventbrite link in this story on our website, wis tv dot com. tonight, people in lexington will hear from their mayor during his annual "state of the town" address. mayor steve macdougall is expected to talk about everything from recovery efforts after the historic floods...to achievements the town has made. his "state of the town" starts at 6:30 tonight in council chambers on maiden lane. the public is invited to attend. he was at the controls during a deadly hundred-mile-an-hour train wreck. up next: now we're finding out what he can tell about what happened that day. and the devasting "zika" virus is now officially an international emergency.
of the space shuttle columbia. the shuttle broke apart during re-entry
with debris raining down over texas. six american astronauts and israel's first astronaut were killed as they returned to earth from a 16-day science mission. shuttles were grounded for more than two years after the explosion. investigators say the damage was caused 82 seconds after liftoff when foam from the external fuel tank fell and damaged the left wing. the engineer at the controls during a deadly amtrack train
trying to slow down then realizing he was headed for a crash. that's part of the evidence in thousands of pages of evidence from federal investigators released today. the documents include interview transcripts with the train's engineer, brandon bostian. eight people were killed last may when the train derailed on a curve in philadelphia. the train wsa going 106 miles an hour, more than twice the speed limit. the ntsb investigation into the crash is still ongoing. the explosive spread of the mosquito-borne zika virus is now considered an international emergency. n-b-c's mark barger reports. the world health organization today declared an international emergency over the spread of zika. the disease has been linked to microcephaly in brazil. the w-h-o called the spread of the disease "an extraordinary event." the emergency session was called to evaluate the outbreak after a number of cases were linked to the birth defect that results in abnormally small heads. s/ dr. margaret chan / who
"all agree on the urgent need to coordinate international efforts to investigate and understand this relationship better." the w-h-o said it could be six months to nine months before the connection is proven or disproven. the group said there could be as many as four million cases of zika in the americas in the next year. w-h-o director general margaret chan said that there are several methods tt can be used to avoid getting the disease.. s/ dr. margaret chan / who director-general :58-1:02 "the most important protective measures are the control of mosquito populations and the prevention of mosquito bites in at risk individuals, especially pregnant women." the last time an emergency designation was used was in 2014 over the ebola outbreak. the world health organization was criticized over what was called its slow response to ebola. mark barger nbc news. the investigation into the chipotle's e. coli outbreaks has come to an end according to the c-d- c. among two seperate outbreaks, at least 60
infected by the foodborne illness. in all, 22 people were hospitalized as a result. the c-d-c says investigators in several states were unable to find a single food item or ingredient that could explain the outbreaks. according to a company spokesperson, chipotle has made every effort to improve the safety of all of its food items. today the white house announced it wants to put 1-billion dollars toward programs to speed up cancer research. it's part of the "moonshot to cure cancer" effort announced during president obama's state of the union speech last month. vice-president biden is leading the initiative to double the rate of cancer research progress s er the next five years. the national institutes of health would get most of the money. cancer is the number two killed in the u-s, behind heart disease. time now for an update on your weather. for that we turn to von gaskin. mix of sun and clouds today, warm with highs in the lower 70s. a "backdoor" cold front coming
change to the forecast until a much strong front arrives wednesday. lows tonight in the middle 40s. tuesday, partly cloudy, breezy and warm, highs in the low to middle 70s. increasing clouds by evening with showers developing late. wednesday, cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms, highs in the lower 70s. rain chance 80% few showers around thursday. cooler highs near 60 clearing skies much cooler friday, highs lower 50s. 3 students at river bluff high
into their final hours of an international competition. coming in from the north will move through tonight, not expecting much change to the forecast until a much strong front arrives wednesday. lows tonight in the middle 40s. tuesday, partly cloudy, breezy and warm, highs in the low to middle 70s. increasing clouds by evening with showers developing late. they're finalists in a global world series of innovation challenge to design an app. it's being called the "helping hands" project app for smartphones. the students say their app was inspired by october's floods. during the floods, they noticed how many people wanted to get involved in olunteering and decided their creation could help direct
direction. "i'm really proud of it, i feel like it came together good. i feel like my team helped out. we all seemed to agree on what we wanted the app to do." voting ends tonight at midnight. to vote, go to the world series of innovation website and click on the challenges section. we've added a link for you on wistv dot com under the big red
10. on most smartphones, there's a feature or an app that emergency personnel like medics or police...really wish you would use. it could be a lifesaver. nbc's chris clackum has details. :31 - :34 :55 - :1:09 most of us use the lock screens on phones to keep out the bad guys .. but what if it's the good guys who need vital information to save your life? turns out, that information can be easily accessed on your smartphone. on iphones, it's right there in the bottom
screen....the word 'emergency'. tap on it and a keypad pops up for a quick call to, say, 911. "or, if you're unconscious, someone else ...like a paramedic...can tap on "medical id" below the keypad..and up pops info on yourself that could prove crucial." it's a standard app on iphones.. where you input whatever info you deem important.. like your name, the person to call in case of emergency... your height, weight and, most importantly... medical conditions. "if you have epilepsy, we want to know that. if you have preexisting heart condition, if you have strokes, if you are diabetic, all of those major medical situations, which could actually determine the outcome of why you're having the medical emergency in the first place." certain android phones come with similar apps... or there are plenty online to choose from... but the advice is: do it...
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