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it's x:00 a-m on thursday january 28th thanks for joining us! elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a
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with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. elias: let's get into the top five this morning.... elias: to the statehouse...whe re the back and forth over education funding has been sent to a special conference committee. that's where the issue ended up
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year's session, before legislators made a final decision. meanwhile, a controversial bill has been brought up this session. the death with dignity act would allow for assisted suicide for those suffering from terminal illness. a similar bill came up last year, but didn't have enough support. elias: in the number two spot this morning... elias: the revelation about the brain health of tyler sash has become the latest case to add to the attention being drawn to football-related brain injuries. across the country and here in iowa, groups have contemplated alternatives. for instance, community y-m-c-a have flag football leagues. the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: despite not being on the debate stage tonight, republican presidential candidate donald trump will still cast a shadow over the event. instead, he plans to hold a veterans benefit event at drake university. fellow candidates will take the stage at the iowa events center for their last debate
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elias: number four... elias: ammon bundy, leader of the armed group occupying an oregon wildlife refuge, has asked his followers to stand down. bundy and several protestors were arrested tuesday on federal charges, with one protestor killed during the arrest. through his lawyer, bundy asked his followers to end the occupation. elias: and finally in the top five... elias: an upcoming comedy television show has cast a surprise actor to play pop star michael jackson. british actor joseph fines has been cast to play the singer who died in 2009. news of the casting has stirred up social media, which has been used to draw attention to the lack of diversity in academy award nominees. elias: elias: new this morning...look for some long lines at metro fast food restaraunts, but not for
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elias: just days before the iowa caucuses....and hours ahead of tonight's republican debate...the iowa fight for 15 will hold events in des moines... organizers and fast-food workers will protest for a higher wage... forty-eight percent of iowans are paid less than fifteen dollars an hour for their work. just before sunrise, cooks and cashiers from fast-food chains around the metro will strike... they also plan to hold a protest and march this evening at the iowa events center....the location of tonight's debate. elias: an activist for programs today... elias: actor and activist kal penn has returned to des moines to support the turnaround arts program.. the initiative integrates arts into other curriculum areas... he visited area schools in april and september of last year to see how schools were implementing the program. penn spent wednesday at the state capitol talking about
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iowa lawmakers... today, he will be back at harding middle school to meet with students... elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon
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today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. elias:
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first in iowa....yoga classes that take place behind bars for offenders. dave franzman says supporters already see some signs it's working to improve offenders lives in linn county. " [take pkg]pkg [anchor:dave]dave [readrate:15] [camio3(1 ) [one line l3] - cedar rapids (00:00 - 00:00 the mats probably look the same. sot/nat the instructions sound the same. that's definitely [camio3
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but one says after doing yoga for awhile she started noticing some benefits. [take sot]sot 4:50 [take sot]sot [camio3(1 ) [two line l3] - dawn schott linn cty. juvenile detention ctr. dir. (00:00 - 12:45 instructor ordman teaches what's called "trauma informed" yoga. what that means is more of an emphasis on breathing control, stress relief techniques and emotional calming and less on the more exotic yoga positions. it's aimed at participants who have different needs and yoga students. [take sot]sot [camio3(1 ) [two line l3] - allison ordman yoga instructor (00:00 - 00:00 9:15 juvenile center staff believe those who've taken part in yoga classes are less likely to have outbursts.
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time and trouble." elias: earlier this month, the greater cedar rapids community foundation awarded the program a five- thousand dollar grant to expand the effort. the funding will pay for more yoga instruction time, and train detention center staff to teach yoga. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break, but still have lots more good morning iowa ahead... coming up, a special guest joins us to talk about getting the latino community involved in the caucuses.. elias: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...eight-hundred block of northeast 50th avenue and a second at the ...49-hundred block of northwest beaver drive. so take care on the roads today... elias: let's also get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." elias: a storm system passing over florida may have spawned a tornado... strong winds overturned vehicles and even ripped off the roof of a building at broward college. the national weather service says they believe a twister did strike, but won't make an official determination until they perform a storm survey. luckily, nobody was injured. sabrina: elias: (anchor toss to wx)
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sam: weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through
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system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. elias: we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with tech bytes. techbytes: in today's tech bytes... a first for amazon. he
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sunday. hey there in today's "techbytes" a first for amazon. >> the company running an ad on super bowl sunday. >> all right, let's hear it. cheerleaders. >> marino again, i thought you were the expect at this party. >> alec baldwin and dan marino. >> they're planning the party with amazon echo. samsung may be ready to launch its own phone upgrade program. >> lease their devices for one year and exchange it for a newer model. and facebook's like button is about to get more emotional. >> the new reactions feature will allow users to go beyond a simple thumbs-up with an emoji. there are five new symbols.
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astrazeneca may be able to help. "you're watching good are iowa." elias: joe enriquez henry joe is leading the latino vote iowa caucus campaign. the league of united latin american citizens of iowa, with the support of national lulac, began the first-ever statewide iowa presidential caucus project, latino vote iowa, on oct. 31, 2015. our goal is to mobilize between 10,000 to 20,000 latino voters in the state to participate in the iowa presidential caucuses on feb. 1. historically, about 200,000 iowa voters participate in both the democractic and republican caucuses. our grassroots campaign is fully
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national lulac office and includes four field staff and a communications director. thus far, we have reached out to more than 43,000 registered latino voters in iowa through caucus trainings, mailers, in- person connections, door-to-door canvassing and phone calls. we have reached out to our high school and college age youth with trainings, as well as the latino business community. efforts continue with additional mailings and in-person connections. we have several more trainings scheduled for the next couple of weeks: 6 to 7:30 p.m. jan. 19, lulac council 10 will co-host a caucus at guadalajara restaurant, 208 e. second st. in muscatine. 6 to 8 p.m. jan. 20, lulac 308 will co-host a caucus training and mock caucus at the center for worker justice, 940 s. gilbert court in iowa city. dinner is provided. 5:30 p.m. jan. 21, lulac council 307 will provide a caucus training and campaign update at its regular
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united way of central iowa, conference room f, 1111 ninth st. in des moines. 4 to 7 p.m. jan. 23, there is a by-registration- only caucus training hosted by council 10 and qc let's connect in the quad cities. seating is limited, and a light dinner and refreshments will be served. anyone who is interested in attending can contact maria bribriesco at 563-505- 5711. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. jan. 26, there will be a roundtable discussion where representatives from several presidential campaigns will be available to answer questions and hear about issues that affect the latino community. the discussion will take place in the rogalski center, st. ambrose university, 518 w. locust st. in davenport. all trainings are either conducted in english and spanish, or interpreters are available. attendees will learn how the caucuses work and how to find their caucus location. the latino vote iowa
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approximately 50,000 registered latino voters statewide. our efforts have focused on mobilizing latino voters in the following counties with the highest percentage of latino voters: black hawk, buena vista, crawford, dallas, johnson, linn, louisa, marshall, muscatine, polk, pottawattamie, scott, wapello and woodbury. several thousand latinos have already indicated they will participate in the caucuses. we've tried to make it easier for anyone who visits our website to learn about the iowa caucuses by including tutorials on how the democratic and republican caucuses differ, and a listing of caucus sites for both parties on our website: www.iowalulac. org.
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most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back
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is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. sam toss back.
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toss back. elias: time for another short break but first...a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson...
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always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to
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monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. elias: let's keep an eye on education...as we check in at the statehouse. elias: its a waiting game for iowa school districts....as the education funding issue moves through the statehouse. lawmakers started with a 4
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increase, then it changed to 2 percent - that wasn't agreed upon either. which now sends it to a special which now sends it to a special conference committee. that's where it was stuck for much of the session last year, before legislators made a final decision. this year, lawmakers have said it's their top priority and they'll decide on it as soon as possible. elias: iowa lawmakers also looking over a controversial bill this session. elias: called the death with dignity act....it would give those suffereing from terminal illness the choice of euthenasia or assisted suicide. lawmakers who will introduce the bill held a news conference wednesday. and iowans suffering from terminal illness shared their stories. christine 15:21 i don't want to suffer a slow and painful death, i want this bill passed before it's my time. my family and friends want this bill to be passed. john 19:48 i believe it is a basic human right to choose not only how we live, but also how
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the controversial bill will likely spark debate....a similar measure was introduced last year but didn't have enough support. opposition to the bill came from some religious groups... elias: with an issue like this, we like to hear from you at home... miles says quote "it should be the right of a terminally ill patient to be in charge of his or her end to life." sondra says that her mother was diagnosed with cancer...and given only two years to live... but she fought and lived another eleven years... she says quote..."what a loss if she listened to the doctor's prediction! never give up and have faith are two lessons i have learned from her." elias: and keep the discussion going... do you support the death with dignity act? let us know -- you can post you thoughts on twitter and facebook. or send us an email or give us a call .
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information is on your screen. elias: with four days until the iowa caucuses....prepa reations are in full swing... setup in downtown des moines began yesterday... elias: it all began at capital square... all media coverage will be headquartered there as the numbers roll in on monday. the latest polls show a tight race for both parties....with candidates ramping up for a big weekend of the hawkeye trying to sway as possible before monday. elias: and all eyes on tonight's republican debate in the hawkeye state. the republicans look to clash...without donald trump on the stage. the gop frontrunner...sp eaking out...on why he's not attending..and what he will be doing instead of participating in the debate. abc's ray
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" the fox news - donald trump debate controversy continues this morning? both sides engaged in a high- stakes game of "chicken" just hours before tonights final debate (from tuner 4 donald trump on oreilly factor fnc c 16 012716) sot: 20:18:20: 00 o'reilly: "but by walking away from the debate, you are not giving them...." trump: i'm not walking away. i was pushed away. i'm not walking away, bill." o'reilly: "you are walking away." trump -- defending his decision to skip out on the republican debate on fox news (from turner 4 donald trump on oreilly factor fnc c 16 012716) sot @ 20:02:05:00 "i was not treated well by fox. i have zero respect for megyn kelly. i don't think she is very good at what she does. i think she is highly overrated." and the gop frontrunner's republican counterparts -- pouncing on his decision to be a no show. particularly senator ted cruz (from wsvote2016wedpkg4 sot: ted cruz "if someone did that, didn't show up at the interview, you know what you'd say? you're fired!" the texas senator also now challenging trump to a one on one. debate trump tweeting his response - saying "okay-can we do it in
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sanders rally in mason city: wssandersmasoncityia on the democratic side...bernie sanders meeting with the man he'd like to replace at the whitehouse. president obama and sanders long discussed meeting was a way for the president to show neutrality in the close primary race. nats back in iowa? former president bill clinton stumping for his wife ahead of monday's caucuses ray tag: donald trump says he will be holding a fundraiser for veterans in iowa...at the same time of the fox news debate...just two miles away. rr, abc news, new york." elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant
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cloud cover will keep today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight cloudy skies with calm mid 20s. friday is cloudy to partly sunny southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a
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elias: with so much attention by politicians on iowa....those pushing to raise wages in iowa are protesting this morning... a live look this morning at fight for fifteen events that are underway....fort y-eight percent of iowans are paid less than fifteen dollars an hour for their work. protestors are hoping to change that... along will fast food workers striking and protesting this morning...they also plan to hold events outside the iowa events center tonight...the
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elias: a call to end the protest in oregon tops our look at national headlines. look at national headlines. elias: ammon bundy, leader of the armed group occupying a federal wildlife refuge, has asked his followers to stand down. bundy and several protestors were arrested tuesday on federal charges, with one protestor killed during the arrest. officials say the man reached toward his waistband, where he had a gun, and swat team members opened fire. through his lawyer, bundy asked his followers to end the occupation. the group is being held without bail.
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and here's an animal you don't see every day. it's a two-headed turtle! its owner brought the turtle to a south miami animal hospital for a checkup. the vet says the six-year-old turtle is surprisingly healthy, as similar turtles usually don't live very long. the turtle is now headed to a new life at a zoo in the philippines. elias: at ((time check)) we'll take a short break here on good morning iowa... coming up, the awareness of football and brain injuries grows even more following new details in the death of tyler sash elias: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at three locations... the first at the nine-hundred block of southeast sixth....that's southbound. another at the 17-hundred block of park avenue...facing eastbound. and the third at the 14-hundred block of 55th...northboun d. so use caution while driving..
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it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this!
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morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the
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cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. elias: elias: with so much attention by politicians on iowa....those pushing to raise wages in iowa are protesting this morning... a live look this morning at fight for fifteen events that are underway....fort y-eight percent
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paid less than fifteen dollars an hour for their work. protestors are hoping to change that... along will fast food workers striking and protesting this morning...they also plan to hold events outside the iowa events center tonight...the location of the republican debate. elias: we have more good morning iowa coming up right after the break... but first here's what's coming up on "good morning america."
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias: the news from doctors that the late tyler sash had advanced traumatic injury to his brain after years of hits on the gridiron....has added to the debate over whether kids should be allowed to play contact football. sahs's family donated the young man's brain to science... researchers then found c-t-e, a degenerative brain disease caused by repeated trauma. according to their findings...the disease had advanced to a stage rarely seen in someone sash's age. elias: because of the national attention drawn to football- related brain injuries, people across the coutry and iowa have been contemplating alternatives. many organizations and community leagues, like the y-m-c-a already have flag football leagues for younger kids. it's designed for kids in kindergarten
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grade to learn the basics of the game, before throwing on a helmet and shoulder pads. doctors says more people are coming to be checked for head injuries, but it hasn't hit epidemic proportions yet. dr. mary russell, mercy medical center physiatrist: "i think probably with the cte, though, the players are probably being a little more cognizant and maybe trying to not push themselves into going back or trying to push themselves past symptoms as much as they were." doctor russell says this is really just the tip of the iceberg. she imagines there will be more players diagnosed with c-t-e in the coming years. researchers right now are working on m-r-i tests to determine levels in current players. sabrina elias: time for another short break...but before we go let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? he's in with central iowa's most accurate
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s in western and southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back
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is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. sam toss back. sabrina elias: a final look at the top five... all the news you need to know before you head out the door... right after this.
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let's get a final look at your top five.... elias: to the statehouse...whe re the back and forth over education funding has been committee. that's where the issue ended up for much of last year's session, before legislators made controversial bill has been the death with would allow for assisted suicide for those a similar bill year, but didn't have enough support. sabrina: elias: morning... elias: the revelation about the brain sash has become the latest case attention being drawn to football-related brain injuries. across the country and groups have alternatives. community leagues like the football leagues. sabrina: elias: the third thing you need to know before you door... on the debate stage tonight, republican presidential candidate donald trump will still cast a shadow over the event. instead, he plans to hold a veterans benefit event at drake university. fellow candidates will
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center for their last debate before monday's caucuses. sabrina: elias: number four... elias: ammon bundy, leader of the armed group occupying an oregon wildlife refuge, has asked his followers to stand down. bundy and several protestors were arrested tuesday on federal charges, with one protestor killed during the arrest. through his lawyer, bundy asked his followers to end the occupation. sabrina: elias: and finally... you'll want to know about this story in the big five... elias: an upcoming comedy television show has cast a surprise actor to play pop star michael jackson. british actor joseph fines has been cast to play the singer who died in 2009. news of the casting has stirred up social media, which has been used to draw attention to the lack of diversity in academy award nominees. sabrina elias: sam is in with a final look at central iowa's most accurate forecast... sam final weather adlib yesterday ended up feeling pretty nice with our highs climbing to a pleasant 41 degrees! cooler winds and afternoon cloud cover will keep things in the upper 30s today here in the metro, but i'm sure there will be a few 40s
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southern iowa. overnight tonight we'll see partly cloudy skies with calm winds and a low in the mid 20s. friday is looking like a partly cloudy to partly sunny day with warm southerly winds warming us up into the mid 40s. saturday will start with sun but clouds will return in the afternoon, but despite that cloud cover highs will still feel amazing in the upper 40s! we may see a few early morning showers on sunday with highs falling back into the low 40s. there is still a large snow storm expected to impact iowa late monday through wednesday morning. the energy from this system still has to cross the entire pacific ocean so it's still too early for reliable snowfall totals, but it is safe to say heavy accumulating snow is a possibility on tuesday. sabrina elias: thanks for watching! good morning america starts good morning, america. donald trump standing his ground overnight firing back atox. >> i was not treated well by fox. you know, how much of this do
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