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these are the victims -- bryon howard and heather belieu. they were found dead monday. today, we learned the name of the man who played a crucial role in helping law enforcement bring in wanchanic. local 5's claire powell has his story. claire: jack, hours before the stand off between wanchanic and law enforcement agencies ever began, chris charron was heading to announce woodward academys high school basketball game like he does every tuesday and thursday night. on his way, he noticed that beige dodge grand caravan everyone had been looking for. ever since mondays double homicide, chris charron has been playing one scene over and over in his head "the video of the children being carried out, i keep playing that back" thats why on tuesday night while heading to announce a high school basketball game, he paid attention to the radio. "thats when i heard the description of the cars license plate" that was until wanchanic's van ended up right in front of him, just outside of woodward. "rear end of his car was there in front of me, saw the plate and i just dont remember reading the individuals, i saw the dmr 234 and it instantly holy cow thats the guy" shaking, charron dialed 911 and
until he stopped at this caseys in woodward- thats when police took over and charron went on to announce gym, is where he got "first time the person saved the people at caseys and that was the first time that it like whoa" "tv that the standoff was still going on" hours later, watching all his emotions "theres so many variables in my day that changed what i did how i did it charron will be nothing but humble about the role he played that day...but it's something the family's of the two victims couldn't be more thankful for. "i have no idea why its effecting me, ive heard from both parents of the victims and you know im still trying to figure out how to process that, if i helped in someway, thats good" claire: wanchanic's next court date is set
14th - and he will be represented by a public defender. reporting live claire powell local 5 news we are iowa stephanie: turning to national headlines tonight. stephanie: we're learning more about the two married suspects in the deadly shooting in california yesterday. the fbi now saying the husband, syed farook, had been in contact with people under investigation for international terrorism. and that he had travelled to pakistan. brandi hitt is in san bernardino with more. " sot - dispatch: "we have several down in the conference room... several down." the inside the san bernardino business people dead... sot - crazy - " and culminated - here - into a police shootout... is scene. sot - sb police chief
process what exactly happened yesterday, many political leaders are commenting on the situation. spoke in the briefly about the shooting today. obama thanked the police involved for their rapid response to the shooting, but said now is the stricter gun laws and checks. search ourselves as a that we can take basic steps that would make impossible but harder for individuals to get access to weapons." stephanie: several questions remain
the president said it will take investigate. the san bernardino police have said they will be thorough...which will take time. jack: new at five, university will be paying a money next year. jack/lam: of regents approved a three-percent bump in tuition during its meeting wednesday. undergrad students at the university of iowa will see the increase at the start of the next school year -- the fall of 2016. undergrads at iowa state and the university of northern iowa are already to set to pay more starting in the spring semester. that's under a tuition increase that the board of regents previously approved. the increases come after state lawmakers failed to approve the board of regents funding request last session. jack: iowa hawkeye fans -- we have a little more than 48 hours until the team takes the field in the big ten championship. they're 12-0 going in to the biggest game of the season so far.
will take on michigan state in indianapolis on saturday with a kickoff time of 7-17 pm. local 5's sports team is already setting up at the stadium, and we'll check in with jordan furbee and alex giaimo coming up in a little bit. stephanie/2shot coming up on local 5 news at five... a dog takes a trip of a lifetime- by accident! find out how this corgi got a few extra plane rides - and if she made it home. jack: but next... a famous track star is going back to prison. the latest on a big change of direction for oscar pistorius in court today. "you're watching local
forecast with chief meteorologist brad edwards. this is local 5 news at 5, we are iowa." jack: money laundering, racketeering and wire fraud. it sounds
like a story from a gangster movie. but it's all about professional soccer. earlier today u-s attorney general loretta lynch announced new indictments related to the fifa scandal -- that's the governing association for world soccer. criminal charges are filed for several fifa officials. (loretta lynch/attorney general): "earlier a federal grand jury in brooklyn has returned a 92-count superseding
against 16 new defendants, all of whom are current or former soccer officials. these defendants include the sitting presidents of two of fifa's six confederations." jack: the 41-officials charged in this case allegedly received more than 200-million dollars in kickbacks and bribes over the years. the vice president of fifa and other top officials at the organization were arrested in a raid by swiss police near the headquarters of fifa, which has been in turmoil since the first round of arrests were made there back in may. jack: double-amputee olypmian oscar pistorius is getting a much longer sentence in the death of his girlfriend. back in 2013, a judge found pistorius guilty of manslaghter... a lesser charge. now south africa's supreme court of appeals has overturned that ruling. so pistorius is now convicted
pistorius can appeal this new verdict if he chooses. a 15 year prison sentence is the minimum punishment for murder in south africa. stephanie: hopefully this doesn't happen to your dog... bethany the corgi was supposed to fly from dallas to jackson but an airline mixup sent her to hawaii! bethany has flown close to 10-thousands miles from seattle to dallas to honolulu and back before getting to meet her new owner at the airport. ross adams has more. " it was supposed to be a simple trip - from seattle to jackson with one stop in dallas for this prized pooch. (deddie "during the period of time when we didn't know where she was.") but along the way - bethany the corgi got detoured - ("was to be put on a plane saturday morning to jackson mississippi and something happened and ended up in hawaii.") now - ten thousand miles after starting her trip - bethany is where she belongs. (nats) bethany's new family is relieved to finally have their newest addition safe and sound and home. ("i want to thank american airlines for everything they did following up finding the dog getting him back to us keeping us safe you know she's had a long trip.....i don't know"). "
weatherrate the independent weather experts" brad: weather adlib: put script here in green what a difference the sun can make! with a full day of sunshine and milder west winds, we pushed up into the 40s for most areas today. it looks like we can do even better than that in the days to come! tonight will be clear with some patchy fog possible after midnight in some areas. temperatures will fall back below
rinks! we can expect more sunshine for friday with warmer temperatures and light southerly winds. the metro should get into the low 50s, but areas north will be cooler and those with snow on the ground in nw iowa will be stuck in the 30s for highs it seems. the weekend will be mild, but there will be some clouds around and maybe a few light rain showers early sunday morning. saturday will be dry though with partly to mostly cloudy skies and high close to 50. sunday will be back in the mid 40s, but that is still about 10 degrees above average, so who's complaining? next week will be mild and dry as well
with highs mostly in the upper 40s to lower 50s
moines... stephanie you're looking live at the scene of a gas leak near grand avenue and 3rd street. we know that traffic is being rerouted in the area and some buildings nearby are being evacuated as well, as a pre- caution. the leak is being attributed to a construction crew that was digging in the area. midamerican energy has already been called in to shut off the gas to this area. but you should definitely avoid this area as part of your evening commute. jack: coming up on local 5 news at five... we'll check in with local 5's sports team live at indianapolis to hawkeye fans stephanie: out something for you to flag down your ride. "you're watching local
against the world" tomorrow night at 6-30 following our 6 o'clock news. we'll have cyhawk analyst jeff woody, as well as live coverage from the indianapolis stadium with local 5's jordan furbee and alex giaimo. the big ten championship is saturday , with kickoff at 7-17 pm. jack: soft drinks are off the kids' menus at two popular restaurant chains. jack: applebee's and i-hop are only serving soft drinks to children by request. the move is the latest to trim back on soda consumption by kids. many school districts have pulled soda machines from school cafeterias and menus. the centers for disease control reports
obesity has more than doubled in the last 30 years. one in five american kids is now classified as obese. stephanie: uber is looking to make it easier for customers to find their drivers. the company is currently testing a new color-coding technology in seattle. it's called "spot" . itallows riders to choose a color within the uber app. then, a light bar in their uber cars' windshield will glow with that color. the idea is to make it easier on riders to find their ride in crowded places or in the dark. if spot succeeds in seattle, the program could expand to other cities. stephanie: diehard coffee fans in seattle can now have their favorite cup of joe delivered for just under six bucks. starbucks rolled out its delivery pilot program in a few neighborhoods in its hometown this week-- its available to users of the i-o-s version of the starbucks mobile payment app. mobile app delivery service postmates schedules the deliveries. it's pricey, but the 5-99 mobile delivery fee will earn users starbucks loyalty rewards.
you full day of sunshine and milder west winds, we pushed up into the 40s for most areas today. it looks like we can do even better than that in the days to come! tonight will be clear with some patchy fog possible after midnight in some areas. temperatures will fall back below freezing so watch out for those puddles turning into little ice rinks! we can expect more sunshine for friday with warmer temperatures and light southerly winds. the metro should get into the low 50s, but areas north will be cooler and those with snow on the ground in nw iowa will be stuck in the 30s for highs it seems. the weekend will be mild, but there will be some clouds around and maybe a few light rain showers early sunday morning. saturday will be dry though with partly to mostly cloudy skies and high close to 50. sunday will be back in the mid 40s, but that is still about 10 degrees above average, so who's complaining? next week will be mild
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