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are iowa's most your forecast first." james: weather adlib: tonight we are going to be cold and calm with a low in the low teens. saturday we are looking at some early sunshine, then partly to mostly cloudy skies with a high in the lower 30s. sunday still looks very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa"
" julia monat, iowa state senior: "i yelled fire and they all ran. the four other people in my tent all started running and freaking out." stephanie: students camping out for the hottest seats in hilton awoke to a big suprise this morning after some of their tents caught fire. stephanie/2shot good evening. i'm stephanie angleson. jack/2shot and i'm jack miller. those students are camping out for a shot at the best seats for the upcoming iowa state basketball game against kansas on monday. a towel inside one of the tents caught fire, damaging three tents and causing chaos around the arena. but students say they don't want to change this "first come, first served" system where the those who sacrifice the most get the best seats. jack: local five's jacob peklo joins us now with more about the debate that this fire has started, jacob? jacob jack, it's the third time students have camped out like this year, and the first time the university can ever recall a near-disaster like this happening. the administration has talked about assigned seats,
admission. but students say they don't want a change. natural sound of julia monat: "i would be, like, running without even opening the doors." julia monat and her iowa state classmates have been braving the cold, in this tent since thursday. julia monat, iowa state senior: "i'd say that's the most important part is staying warm, especially when it gets really, really cold at night. i think it got to - 10 before the oklahoma game." early friday morning, they had quite a scare. julia monat, iowa state senior: "we heard it. it sounded like a thunderstorm at first, but then the rain never came and you just look out the window and then you see the flames, like ten feet from your tent." the heat woke up ryan gabrielson. ryan gabrielson, iowa state freshman: "it's 3:30 or so and i can hear the commotion going on outside and i get out of my bed, and i open up the door to my tent, and i see the flames maybe ten feet away from me and i thought, 'well, that's not good.'" a charred sidewalk is the only way you can tell the tents were ever here. these photos from the ames fire department show how quickly the fabric got torched. paul sandoval, ames fire deputy chief: "we are fortunate that other tents didn't catch on fire. students, it would appear pulled the tents out really quickly." ryan gabrielson, iowa state freshman: "and that was a pretty loud noise. so, that kind of scared everybody, and got everybody out of
get away from it all. so, there was a little bit of panic, a little bit of fear there, but it all turned out okay." despite the scare, students still believe in the process. administrators say it's the first time something like this has happened. warren madden, senior business and finance at isu: "they have not seats or a lottery of this model." zipper school officials say have discussions with that nothing like this happens again. warren madden, senior vice president for business and finance at experience that they want to have, and do it in a safe way, we're willing to cooperate with them." jacob in case you're wondering, the students say that if the group that lost their tent comes back in line with another tent, they'd be willing to give them their spot back. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. jack: firefighters and police departments will be running periodic checks outside of the stadium throughout the weekend to make sure that there's nothing else they would consider a fire hazard. stephanie: a shocking guilty plea in a union county double murder
jerry dillinger was set to be arraigned in court this morning...for the murder of two people. one of them... this woman ... loretta dillinger- his ex sister in law. her body was found in a pond outside lorimor in december. days later, detectives found another body buried near jerry dillinger's home in thayer. he was arrested and charged with murder. stephanie: today in court, he stunned everyone by pleading guilty to both murders. " "did you undertake this with specific intention of killing loretta dillinger- yes"" stephanie: dillinger--who represented himself--took only minutes to waive all of his rights. he said he was sober when he shot and killed loretta and her friend, michael robinson of des moines. detectives say they're waiting to confim the second body is robinson's. after pleading guilty, dillinger declined a trial and asked to be sentenced on the spot. "wish to preceed with sentencing today correct? yes to save victims family and mine more grief" " stephanie: family and friends were in
the surprising sentence unfolded. loretta's brother wrote a statement saying he wishes dillinger could get the death penalty. her other brother and cousins say they're glad it's all over with. stephanie: it's an interview you'll only see here on local 5. "familys releived it went the way it did, justice is being served. stephanie: dci officials said they believe the three were just acquaintances and not romantically involved. dillinger will serve two consecutive life sentences at oakdale prison. he's also been ordered to pay restitution to the robinson families. for one convicted newton man. 33 year-old abraham stone domestic abuse assault, after attacking hammer in
those are lesser charges than before. stone originally pled not guilty in november to his initial charges of attempted murder, going armed with intent, and domestic abuse assault. he was sentenced to two years in prison. jack: here's a new one. a guy in iowa city is charged with making a school bomb threat and robbing a bank -- all in the same day. today, iowa city police charged 30 year-old clifton brinkmeyer with "threat of terrorism" after the bomb threat tuesday at iowa city's west high school. but that's not all. investigators say brinkmeyer then robbed a bank shortly after the bomb threat was called in. police have not said whether they think the bomb threat was an attempt to distract them during the bank robbery. stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at 10... our sports team has criss crossed central iowa... we've got all your basketaball highlights coming up. james: ((ad lib weather toss)) elias: monday on good morning iowa... a veteran whose
a wheelchair hasn't let that stop him from doing a good deed for his neighbors sam: plus in our forecast, things are looking a bit warmer. big kansas and iowa state game, we'll get you the weather for that too. elias: we'll get you all ready
to go, monday on good morning iowa. "your watching local 5 news at 10 in hd with jack miller, stephanie
sports with sports director jon schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." james: weather adlib: tonight we are going to be cold and
calm with a low in the low teens. saturday we are looking at some early sunshine, then partly to mostly cloudy skies with a high in the lower 30s. sunday still looks very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. i'm expecting light rain/snow mix on monday morning, then switching over to light afternoon and evening snow. strong winds will kick up and blowing snow is very likely so drive safe that day. temperatures will slump into the upper 20s until next wednesday, but after that we look to grab a warming trend and 40s may finally creep back
brad stephanie: sunshine, then partly to mostly cloudy skies with a high in the lower 30s. sunday still looks
very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. i'm expecting light rain/snow mix on monday morning, then switching over to light afternoon and evening snow. strong winds will kick up and blowing snow is very likely so drive safe that day. temperatures will slump into the upper 20s until next wednesday, but after that we look to grab a warming trend and 40s
brad stephanie: sunshine, then partly to mostly cloudy skies with a high in the lower 30s. sunday still looks very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. i'm expecting light rain/snow mix on monday morning, then switching over to light afternoon and evening snow. strong winds will kick up and blowing snow is very likely so drive safe that day. temperatures will slump into the upper 20s until next wednesday, but after that we look to grab a warming trend and 40s may finally creep back into the state. brad stephanie: jack: stephanie: jack:
tonight, we begin with girls basketball. with the battle hawkettes host number three centennial.. an absolutely the rivals square off. low scoring and then both teams turn it on.. ankeny in transistion.. sara mccullough finds annika della-vedova for three. centennial wakes up. rachel schon, the freshman with three hawkettes all over her, she still scores it. then the jags turn defense into offense. schon with the vision, she finds tasha vipond for two. again, it's schon down low, she lays it in. centennial builds the lead. home team stays in it with the three ball. meghan trimble finds sara mccullough, she's only a freshman too. but centennial goes on to win. jon: heading on over to the valley girls they are taking on johnston. johnston starting off the night with a wide open three from junior elle brown. she would score the first points of the game, on to valley. lexi merrit charging inside takes the fould but lays the ball in for two. she would go to the line for one.
with another wide open triple from rachel hinders. back to valley. the assist down low from leah lodermeier to mackenzie ward would result in two points for valley. taryn knuth for johnston using her height to her advantage she would put up a shot but miss and get the rebound to put it in for a basket. valley trying to get some momentum together shea fuller would find her way to the basket and float it in for two. however it was not enough. float it in for two. however it was not enough. johnston would pull away in the end and win tonights matchup 64 to 56. jordan: it was another top 10 showdown over in waukee, as the 4th ranked lady warriors were hosting #7 southeast polk. waukee has won 4 in a row, while the rams have doubled that, winning 8 straight... someone had to lose tonight... 3rd quarter. waukee up 15. but the rams rally. sierra mitchell on the drive, she gets the hoop and the hack. then it's casey stuart drawing away the defense before dishing it to shiloh mccool. she is
cooler than the other side of the pillow. rams all of a sudden within 3. but waukee would answer back with some great passing.
carlie littlefield nails the big three. then it's littlefield down low to andie mataloni who gets the friendly roll to go. warriors up 6 after three. and in the 4th, they pull away. reilly jacobson with two of game high 18... waukee wins their 5th straight snapping se polk's 8 game win streak, 56-47. jordan: 6th ranked dowling girls hosting urbandale... early first quarter, j-hawks looking good. kennedy kracht kicks it out to mylea cole who splashes in the three ball. then on the other end, check out kracht with rejection! beware the kracken!! but dowling things going, hittner. the hit woman, thru contact and gets the bucket. then it's hittner again, count the bucket and the foul. and then
with the double good for two! dowling's 12 first quarter maroons win their 8th in a
jon: ranked showdown in 4a girls.. number five ballard hosting number fourteen boone.. toreadors winners of ten straight.. bombers go right to the tin. taylor larson, hoop and the hack. home team with the early lead. back come the dors. claire sandvig up and in after the crisp ball movement. boone coach jim mcpartland has to like that. but the bombers were soaring high tongiht. aubry bartleson a deeep two. and you know it's your night when that goes in. ballard wins it going away 51-34. jon: let's head out to van meter hosting woodward granger-- bulldogs already up big mackenzie roberts adds three more to it from the corner... not the last we'd see of her. then deja vu emily roberts finds nothing but twine from the same corner. bulldogs up 29. off the dribble now-- cj jones adding her name to the score sheet with a floater in the lane. bulldogs running away with it. but the hawks showing some heart-- great pass down low to riley kirton who gets the bucket. then kirton again misses the
her own rebound...the junior gets her own rebound again-- third times a charm-- another bucket for her. but at the very end of the third-- if there's a dagger this is it... mackenzie roberts unloads the three at the horn drops it... van meter winning tonight 62 to 35. jon: still to come we have plenty of boys action to showcase including a showdown for bragging rights in ankeny don't go any where! jon:
themselves ranked 6th in 4a hoops. their cross town rivals--centennia l are ranked ninth. the question who would come out with bragging rights tonight! the "hawks nest" was rocking tonight and they had a lot to cheer about. jags, playing well early. look at the ball movement by centennial. chase edwards kisses it off the glass for two. back comes the home team. ankeny with some ball movement of its own. trystan cummins finds joel roberts and the big guy nails the three! hawks building the lead. jaguars answer. the black and ball and jalen smith splashes fecta. too good for its rival tonight. last possession of the first half, drew maschoff nails the three at the buzzer, maschoff one of the best players in the metro. to win jon: heading back to valley. valley starting from the three point line turner scott left wide open would drain it for three. johnston would answer back with jared bacon who pulls one up and puts it in for three.
the lane guarded heavily by johnston would float one in for two. bacon again this time from mid range with a hand in his face would make it for pair. staying with johnston camden vander zwaag showing his range would scor a wide open triple. valley is not discouraged. the laser pass down low from carlo marble to pete economos would give him the easy lay in for two. johnston hot tonight from the three point line dawson jones puts it in for another three. bacon again in the corner would score yet another three for jonston. valley pressing on defense curry gets the steal he would take it down the court for a monster one handed slam, sticking with valley marble goes in for the layup and curry still feeling from earlier catches the rebound and puts it back in with a slam. valley rolls 80 to 56 22 points for marble 20 for curry. jon: over to dowling senior night taking on urbandale josh dietrich getting the ball rolling going strong to
then follows it with a three-- a long one at that from the wing. dowling up early. then ross otty getting his name called the floater high off the glass and in he wasn't done-- how about a three from the corner-- no doubt about it stretches the twine-- the starting seniors getting a standing o from the home town crowd. chancelor house now attacking-- backs off ted brown and uses the glass for a pair. now on the fast break-- eric milewsky the fake pass gets the bucket and the foul-- he'd miss from the stripe. but dowling comes right back ted brown inside using that size for the field goal-- and one-- he'd miss his free throw... but...the maroons win, 62- 45. jordan: when you look at waukee's 8-4 record, they just might have the best resume of any 8-4 team in the state. the warriors' losses have come to #1, #6, #7 and #10. coach ohl
and his squad, just outside the top 10 hosting se polk. 2nd quarter, warriors up 16. michael winger down to jacob rau, back out to winger for
now from the rams, keegan van kooten. sweet name. even sweeter shot! waukee now pulling away... winger from the corner to the hoop, good for two more! then check out this play from the rams. chris henderson down low to nick levine who goes reverse
for the no-look layin!! worth another look. that is silky smooth. waukee up 42-25 at half. they roll to their 5th staight win...78-53. jon: . huskies looking loose before their showdown with east. east's cortez pinks strong dribble drive to the cup with the nice layin. y'vez quinn pump fake and the nice midrange j. enok khat off the curl, getting the shooter's roll for the scarlets. hoover's devonte thedford in transition, with the scoop up and in. some nice ball movement
perimeter...and michael douglas buries the triple to try to keep east close. huskies too tough tonight, though....quinn on the runout, with the touch pass to douglas wilson and he slams that one home. hoover rolls in this one 71-25. jordan: west on i-80, van meter hosting woodward granger. bulldogs up in the 1st quarter. blake fryer to ben trent, who kicks it back out to fryer, who flies it in for three! then with time winding down it's fryer to trent and this time trent keeps it, and sinks to floater to beat the buzzer. 20-5 van meter after 1. 2nd quarter, back come the hawks. marcus mcconahay for three! alright alright alright! then it's nick squires, squeezing his way thru traffic for the and one. but van meter too much tonight. trent out to anthony lowman who kisses it off the glass. bulldogs win, 76-34. jon: out to des moines
christian hosting woodward academy. the knights were wells fargo arena bound a
tonight though-- the lions took control early. keaton van soelen opens things up with a three from the wing.. but bobby collins comes right back with a jumper cuts the lead to two. the lions though using transition for some points tonight-- isaac prewitt takes it to the hole... des moines christian building a lead early. ben juhl now with a lay in and one-- he'd make it a three point play. but the knights refusing to go quietly into the night ammari johnson sneaks behind the defense and kisses it off the window. then tyray king on the back door cut lays it in... but the lions taking care of business juhl the triple-- rolls right in for him.... jon: north polk hosting cmb. in the early grant rampton with the steal and he's going to finish with the lay up. home team not brett haun in the corner, takes it baseline, and scores it. he had thirteen in the first quarter alone.
with a low in the low sunshine, then partly to mostly cloudy skies with a high in the lower 30s. sunday still looks very nice with highs in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. i'm expecting light rain/snow mix on monday morning, then switching over to light afternoon and evening snow. strong winds will kick up and blowing snow is very likely so drive safe that day. temperatures will slump into the upper 20s until next wednesday, but after that we look to grab a warming trend and 40s may finally creep back into the state. stephanie: jack: thank you for spending your time with us tonight.