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climbing just above freezing and a much lighter breeze out of the southwest. overnight we're going to see a cold and quiet low fall to around 15 degrees with calm and quiet conditions. friday clouds return with a few flurries or a quick light snow shower possible in the afternoon with minimal to no accumulation expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light accumulations possible. cold air will be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the : also coming up on local five news midday.... the zika virus is becoming a more present threat world, especially in next summer to be held. sabrina: a new way of find out how one developed a creative way of making family keepsakes. sabrina: the democratic presidential candidates officially debate for the first time in new hampshire, following their town hall forum last night. "local 5 news midday in hd starts now. we are iowa"
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joining us for local 5 news sabrina ahmed. sabrina: sabrina: a house fire in nevada left one man dead. early this morning, story county authorities were called to a home in the 800 block of north avenue, where they found the home fully engulfed and the male resident deceased. he has been identified as 36 willian blazek. was not home at fire. the cause of the fire is still unknown. suspicious only markings and the on the scene still processing it. we'll make a determination later once we get everything together."" sabrina: officials are still waiting on autopsy results. we will be sure to keep you updated on this story throughout the day. sabrina: onto our top story this morning...three people face charges after gunfire in waukee wednesday. sabrina: the incident even forced the lockdown of three nearby schools for a short time yesterday...
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involved are 19- year-old jejuan (jay-jonn) lyke (like) junior, 18 year old william walls, and an unnamed 17 year old. they've all been charged with attempted murder, robbery, intimidation with a weapon, and going armed with intent. waukee police got the call just after eight a- m...with a report of shots fired at the 11-hundred block of southeast olson drive. no one was hit, victim was taken to the hospital for none life- threatening injuries. "upon arrival there they found a subject there that been injured during an determined during the investigation that shots had been fired but the subject had not been hit nor had anyone else been shot during the altercation " sabrina: school, prairieview and waukee middle on lockdown determined there was no schools. sabrina: morning...the the week having some lasting efeects in iowa.. iowans may have snowfall, but limited travel
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blood banks had low turnout for donation...which has reduced the current blood supply in the state. sabrina: life-serve, which provides blood products to hospitals in iowa, normally keeps a three to five day supply of blood on hand.. but the winter storm has cut the current stash to less than two-days. to help build up supplies, donor centers around the metro will be open extended hours this weekend. you can find out more about scheduling an appointment on our website....we are iowa dot com. sabrina: after nearly seven months, a popular vietnamese restaurant will be opening its doors once more today a-dong announced it would be serving hungry metro residents starting today... back in august, a passer-by saw flames shooting out of the restraunt and called 9-1-1. that fire caused nearly 100 thousand dollars in damage. the owners of the des moines restaurant tell the des moines register they'll be offering free food tonight to celebrate their re-opening. sabrina: more developments from the hot lotto jackpot case.
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the case resulted in the arrest and conviction of eddie tipton...a former security director for the multi state lottery association. a jury found tipton guilty of rigging the hot lotto jackpot in his favor. now, a lawsuit has been filed over those actions... a des moines lawfirm says when the association allowed tipton to rig the jackpot - they took away from a webster city man's jackpot. they're also questioning the security and surviellance practices of both lotto locations. " "this was a theft. this was a rigged game. lottery rules. shouldnt have gone back and should go reverted"" sabrina: the lawsuit asks for a jury trial. meanwhile, tipton is currently free conviction., but is set to be on state for fraud later this year. sabrina: the massive storm sweeping across the country. touching down in the southeast wednesday. abc's steve osunsami is
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" nats sirens + a tornado warning has been issued for the second night in a row, tornadoes rained down on families in parts of the south nats it looks like it is almost splitting into two this one was recorded on cell phones (nats) tearing through fort stewart, georgia - the u-s military base near savannah. sirens and warnings blared on loudspeakers - "abandon your vehicles and trailers " frightened parents and children couldn't oh my god it's taking are we going to die? says it has to move 50 dozens of vehciles are destroyed. you better run there were reports of tornadoes there too - and it wasn't just the high winds. the storm lots of it. kept her hanging on? in nashville to atlanta, drivers had to be rescued from flash floods. and take a look at this surveillance camera crocket county high in
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near that coaches office?. you can see the moment a tornado tore through this school tuesday. sot bobby mullins / director of crockett county (tn) schools 170916 so: everybody was gone home? bobby: yeah so: ...and that saved lives. bobby: yes. no doubt" sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: the weather is going to be getting a little better today with a lot less wind and a bit looking at sunny skies bit more cloud cover coming back in the temperatures will be a today with highs climbing just above freezing and a much lighter breeze out of overnight we're going to see a cold and quiet low fall to around 15 quiet conditions. with a few flurries or shower possible in the afternoon with minimal
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expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light accumulations possible. cold air will be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the low teens. sabrina: growing concerns over the zika virus outbreak top your national headlines... spreading now to florida -- where the governor has declared a state of emergency in four counties -- and ground zero for the outbreak -- brazil -- is struggling to contain the outbreak -- with prominent voices now calling for this summer's rio olympics to be cancelled -- abc's dr. richard besser is on the scene in brazil right now "nats carnival with millions of tourists in rio for the start of brazil's
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and millions more expected this summer for the olympic games, controlling the zika crisis here is more urgent than ever. nats brazil president overnight, brazil's president saying the virus has gone from a "distant nightmare" (keyable) to a "real threat." (keyable).the government, scrambling to start developing a vaccine ? she says, mosquito prevention is their best course of action. nats fumigation now this morning- some doubting whether brazil can get zika under control by calling for the rio olympics to be cancelled. sot art caplan director of medical ethics, nyu langone medical center 132653 (gfx) the us olympic committee tells abc news it is keeping a close eye on the situation and that team usa participants will be made "aware of the cdc's recommendations regarding travel to brazil." (end gfx)
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especially for olympic athletes like michael pregnant fianc? is among the most at risk population. zika has severe birth defect, microcephaly, when pregnant women get team soccer team is for the rio olympics, head coach jill ellis tells the dallas outbreak is "concerning." (keyable) sot adeline gray 22 44 58 there were mosquitos in the arena there were mosquitos on the mat, we did as far as wearing long pants trk = 11 seconds three time world champ-- us wrestler adeline gray --returning from rio just days ago-- winning gold in an olypmic test event ...not letting the outbreak hold her back from competing this summer. sot adeline gray 22 42 02 i have a couple mosquito bites and the olympic training center is monitoring them. we're just hoping those mosquitos are not the ones infected sabrina: so far.. at least 40 cases have been reported in 12 states...and an iowa company is trying to help. ames-based "newlink genetics" joined the race to develop a vaccine for the zika virus. it is also developing an ebola vaccine with merck that has proved to be highly effective. sabrina: also in your national headlines-- the continuing water crisis in flint michigan shows more potential health problems.. the lead-tainted water could be causing skin rashes... health officials are going to interview people
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rashes and test the water in their homes....but say it is too early to make a direct connection. meanwhile, congress held its first hearing on the city's water crisis yesterday.... outrage was expressed both in and out of the courtroom. cummings: "this is not a third world country!" (applause).." walters: "my home used to be a place of comfort and safety for my family / that was taken from us." sabrina: michigan's governor wants to spend 30 million dollars to help the affected residents and pay their water bills. sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... superbowl fast measure are ramping up. sabrina: and... presidential candidates are stage again tonight in new hampshire. their first forum wrapped up, coming up. sabrina: next.... a creative way of making family heirlooms. we'll take a look at how one texas
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news midday in hd with sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most this is local 5 midday. we are iowa" sabrina: an artist in texas -- who also happens to be a mom -- has come personal keepsake. a method for culturing breast milk. pooja lodhia has more. "--reporter pkg-as follows-- (bridgette boudreaux/artist) bridgette boudreaux isn't quite ready for her boys to grow up. but how do you freeze time and hold on to this moment? the answer, it turns out, was right in front of her. (bridgette boudreaux/artist) "i really wanted a special way to commemorate that bond between mother and child. i just wanted a wearable piece of art and i created breast milk jewelry." boudreaux takes real breast milk, adds preservatives, and then lets it sit in a refrigerator?
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becomes a solid that shape you want. add designs, color, even sparkles. a top coat resin hardens and protects the precious milk. (bridgette "each breast milk pearl is a different shade of cream to white so you're getting what came from you. no two are alike." and why stop with (bridgette boudreaux/artist) "the placenta is on the bottom, first curl, and for many, her jewelry is a little strange -- unsettling, even. but for the hundreds of women who have bought the pieces it's therapuetic. boudreaux's facebook page is filled with messages like this. thank yous from mothers who have had trouble breastfeeding. some dealing with post-partum depression. there are even some mothers here who have lost their children. (bridgette boudreaux/artist) "with each pearl, it represents so many things for so many women. when people buy their breast milk jewelry from me, i get their stories and a lot of their stories are empowering. you
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the breast milk pearl is sustaining and life giving for many women." sabrina sam is back now...
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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:: the weather is going
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less wind and a bit more sunshine. we're looking at sunny skies in the morning with a bit more cloud cover coming back in the afternoon. temperatures will be a lot more pleasant today with highs climbing just above freezing and a much lighter breeze out of the southwest. overnight we're going to see a cold and quiet low fall to around 15 degrees with calm and quiet conditions. friday clouds return with a few flurries or a quick light snow shower possible in the afternoon with minimal to no accumulation expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light accumulations possible. cold air will be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the
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sabrina: "i mean it just comes to
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a screeching hault. there's no deliveries, people can't get out to go to work and if they do get out they can't get anywhere anyways," says carla mathers, deputy clerk at correctionville city hall. sabrina: to the west of des moines, small towns like correctionville still working on clearing out the snow that fell earlier this week. city leaders say the snow should despite some sliding on metro roadways....many are happy we missed tuesday's worst sabrina still to come on local five news midday... the animal rescue league is on with a special furry guest.
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about the arl - about arl the animal rescue league of iowa (arl) is iowa's largest nonprofit animal shelter, caring for many thousands of pets each year. the arl serves people and pets from across the state of iowa through its programs, which include pet adoption, humane education, pet behavior training, spay/neuter, animal cruelty intervention and much more. history the arl has grown dramatically since its founding in 1926 - expanding its programs that serve both people and homeless animals across iowa. the most obvious growth is the number of animals the arl provides shelter and care for each year. intakes have increased from a few thousand animals a decade ago to more than 15,000 animals in 2013. through our proactive community outreach and spay/neuter programs, in the past few years
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decrease in the number of animals we care for, but our work is far from over. other areas of growth include the arl's programs designed specifically to address the reasons animals end up in shelters, including spay/neuter, behavior training, and humane education programs. the arl's positive reinforcement training program has expanded to offer year-round classes, as well as free behavior advice for dogs, cats, rabbits and other pets. the shelter continues to spay and neuter all dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and pigs that are adopted from our shelter. in addition to the animals that come through the arl's doors, the arl also serves the people of iowa through its many services. mission to promote animal welfare, strengthen the human-animal bond, and prevent the overpopulation of
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa"
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hd. we are iowa" : sabrina: on your money now sabrina: that pain at the pump we used to talk seems to be dissipating so far this year. according to triple-a-- the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is now a dollar and 78-cents. filling up costs even less than the national average in some states-- like missouri and oklahoma. gas prices there are under one dollar and 50- cents. the average around the hawkeye state comes in at a dollar 80. sabrina: toyota has decided to end its scion brand...and re- badge the vehicles as toyotas. scion was started in 2003 as a separate car brand targeted at younger buyers. the brand had a unique style, designed to be easily customizable. an analyst with autotrader says millennial buyers -- who are scion's target age today -- are less interested in standing out, and would rather buy cars from known and trusted brands. sabrina: laundry and dry-cleaning
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industry giant procter & gamble could bring the fledgling category some real attention with its new laundry service, called tide spin. trading on the popular detergent brand, tide spin is a delivery service that will pick up your dirty clothes and return them washed or dry- cleaned and ready to wear. sabrina: trending now... sabrina: fans of the "fast and furious" are celebrating...the movie has at least three more installments to go... number eight hits theaters in april of next year...but universal pictures says a ninth film will be out in 20-19....and a tenth in 20-21. the "fast and furious" series is one of the most successful blockbuster franchises in hollywood.... series star vin diesel posted about the news with a photo captioned simply....two decades...ten films...one saga and the release dates... sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... some changes coming to superbowl security this year. and a new toy that you won't
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sabrina: next.... now two just democratic presidential candidates on the trail. with the stage set for their first new hampshire debate , we'll take a look back at their town halls last night in the granite state.
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local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina: just ahead of their debate in new hampshire tonight, the democratic presidential hopefuls are battling over who is the most progressive. abc's ceclia vega is on manchester with the latest. " overnight? hillary clinton? on the hot seat defending the big bucks she received for paid speeches... 22:43:40 "did you have to be paid 675,000 dollars?". even bringing back that famous phrase... q: do you still believe there's a vast right- wing conspiracy. 22:25:06 clinton: don't you? ac: i'm asking you. clinton: yeah. it's gotten even better
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by the one question that just won't seem to go away 22:27:20 q: . what will you do to regain that trust i have to really demonstrate as clearly as i can who i am, what i stand for and what i've always done in bernie sanders' own back yard? the vermont senator not holding back either.. 21:05:00 of course we're an underdog. we are taking on the most powerful political organization in the country. and that's, you know, the clinton organization. but now just days away from the nation's first primary.... clinton and sanders both ... looking to the future?" sabrina: a lot happening in the republican side of the
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race... with accusations being thrown around about the iowa caucuses... plus....the once lengthy roster of presidential hopefuls continues to get shorter... sabrina: wednesday saw a pair of candidates back out of the race.... rand paul and rick santorum both announced they would suspend their campaigns... neither had strong showings in monday's strong showings in monday's caucuses...thoug h paul did manage to take fifth place ahead of jeb bush.... our local five political analyst dr. steffen schmidt says it's all just part of the process. steffen 1:20: i think that's what is nice about iowa is we give them a chance to really shine and be great and connect and then we give thema chance to bown out and let the field shrink down. sabrina: now, at one time there were 17 candidates in the republican field, it's now down to 9 after the iowa caucuses. sabrina: the other big news from the presidential race...a new attack on caucus winner ted cruz from donald trump....
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that cruz: "stole" iowa by mailing voter- violation fliers trump took to twitter to accuse cruz of fraud....by implying ben carson was dropping out to get more evangelical support. get more evangelical support. sabrina: support. sabrina: and we want to know what you think...was there some shady behavior? who do you think will drop from the presidential race next? or what do you think of the caucus results in general.... send us your thoughts. you can connect with us on facebook and twitter. send us an email or call us in the newsroom: 1- 800-858-5555 we'd love to hear what you think sabrina: political action committees raise money privately to influence legislation or political candidates. now a new one called panther pac just formed to help support the university of northern iowa. the community group just held it's kick-off meeting last week. their goal is to get candidates elected to office who will support u-n-i and their top concerns for
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especially want to tackle the issue of state funding. "joe gorton panther pac chair & uni professor - :15 " sabrina: gorton says forming a pac in support of an institution is pretty rare. the community group will now work out the process of deciding which candidates to support for future elections. all: (reax) sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: the weather is going to be getting a little better today with a lot less wind and a bit more sunshine. we're looking at sunny skies in the morning with a bit more cloud cover coming back in the afternoon. temperatures will be a lot more pleasant today with highs
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lighter breeze out of the southwest. overnight we're going to see a cold and quiet low fall to around 15 degrees with calm and quiet conditions. friday clouds return with a few flurries or a quick light snow shower possible in the afternoon with minimal to no accumulation expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light accumulations possible. cold air will be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the low teens.
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security is tight here in the u.s. -- as we get ready for the super bowl -- the big game is just three days away . around 75 thousand people will be packing into the levi stadium sunday night. abc's pierre thomas has an inside look at how the fbi and homeland security are making sure everyone is safe. " from this heavily armed tactical team preparing to confront terrorists. sot -- jason dwyersan jose police merge team leader: "we're not going to be too far away from any large crowds" nats to the coast guard- deploying speed boats for water way patrols--and mounting big machine guns that fire these huge bullets. this morning -- no one taking any chances with this year's super bowl--the potential threat of terror--real-- present. sot - jeh johnson, secretary of the dept. of homeland security: "we try to anticipate things that could happen from multiple different directions, but we're always informed by recent events." security always tight for the big game, but this year a joint fbi/
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the paris attacks where a stadium full of fans was targeted ? and the san bernardino massacre ? -- as evidence of what could happen during the super bowl. david johnsonfbi special agent in charge: "i think the achilles heel for us is either an active shooter or a lone wolf terrorist event." bomb sniffing dogs and undercover police -- already everywhere. and monitors searching for chemical and biological weapons have been secretly deployed. nats - area where trucks are being screened these x-ray machines are checking every item being delivered --from the food-- to beyonce's wardrobe for the half-time show. during the game, military fighter jets and u.s. customs and border protection blackhawks will patrol the skies---hunting for menacing planes and a new potential threat-- drones. so many out there, the faa has released this super bowl video warning. faa psa video (shot from behind player with helmet heading to stadium) "leave your drone at home"" sabrina: national signing day proved to be a positive one for iowa's top two universities... fans got a glimpse at the iowa teams for the upcoming college football
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iowa's class ranked number 31 in the country by scout...with two dozen new recruits...iowa state coming it just a but lower at number 46, landing 36 new recruits for the team. this of course the first signing day for new i-s-u head coach matt campbell. sabrina: and local five will get a better understanding of iowa state athletics tonight.,..when sports director jon scharffer shares more of his conversation with athletic director jamie pollard.... " 2015 what stood out to you the most on the year that was. well from a work standpoint i would say two things. one the opening of the football stadium. the south endzone where we sit today. it's a project that iowa staters had talked about and dreamed about and so for it to come to fruition was pretty neat. and then secondly i would say winning the second big 12 championship in basketball because those are pretty special moments. it was a little unique for me because i got to experience it and experience it in a different way from a hospital bed." sabrina:
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in tonight at 10 on local 5 to hear how pollard handled some major changes in the past year and why expectations are high for both basketball and football in 2016. sabrina: and sunday's big game has an iowa tie....and will definitely have the attention of hawkeye head coach kirk ferentz...his son james is listed as the number two center for the denver broncos. there was plenty of pride beaming from both of them wednesday.... "it's funny i was talking to my wife about it the other night. it really hadn't hit us until we got here into the bay area. that we're in the biggest stage in football. it's really cool everything about it just trying to absorb it. at the same time you're trying to stay focused on the task at hand and getting ready to go out there and compete. and we're really proud. i think everybody here is proud of him. it's a good story. a guy went from treading water here for a year practice squad. he got cut again this year he was hoping to make the roster in houston didn't make it then two
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the roster up in denver so it's a good story he's sticking with it chasing your dream a little bit. that's what makes iowa special. obviously i got some serious ties to the program but after going through that program you can see what people mean when they say they get you nfl ready. " sabrina still to come on local 5 news midday... (weather) sam has the details in central iowa's most accurate forecast next.
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with
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weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: the weather is going to be getting a little better today with a lot less wind and a bit more sunshine. we're looking at sunny skies in the morning with a bit more cloud cover coming back in the afternoon. temperatures will be a lot more pleasant today with highs climbing just above freezing and a much lighter breeze out of the southwest. overnight we're going to see a cold and quiet low fall to around 15 degrees with calm and quiet conditions. friday clouds return with a few flurries or a quick light snow shower possible in the afternoon with minimal to no accumulation expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light
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be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the low teens.
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show. your interviewee will be maxwell schaeffer who plays the pivotal role of juror no. three (the henry fonda role in the movie). information to consider for the screen would be 12 angry men at the des moines community playhouse feb. 5-21 tickets: dmplayhouse.com, 515- 277-6261 i will take b-roll monday and upload it to our shared dropbox on tuesday. i'll let you know when it's there. let me know if there's anything else you need. thanks! des moines community playhouse press release for immediate release kill date: feb. 21, 2016 subject: des moines community playhouse presents "12 angry men" photos available for download beginning jan. 22 at https: contact: lee ann bakros, playhouse public relations director, 515-974-5358
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presents the classic drama, "12 angry men," feb. 5-21, 2016. tickets may be purchased online at dmplayhouse.com, by phone at 515-277-6261, or at the playhouse ticket office, 831 42nd st. "12 angry men" is sponsored by the ins family of companies. a 19-year-old man stands trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. it looks like an open-and-shut case, until one of the jurors begins opening the others' eyes to the facts. "this is a remarkable thing about democracy," says one juror, "that we are notified by mail to come down to this place and decide on the guilt or innocence of a person; of a man or woman we have not known before. we have nothing to gain or lose by our verdict. we should not make it a personal thing." but personal it is, with each juror revealing his or her own character as the various testimonies are re-examined, the murder is re-enacted, and a new murder threat is born before their eyes. tempers get short, arguments grow heated, and the jurors become 12 angry men. the jurors' final verdict and how
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and keep audiences on the edges of their seats. the playhouse cast, directed by john viars, features michael banks, micheal davenport, jim kimball, scott mcmaster, mark morrison, aaron price, jason rainwater, jeff rohrick, don
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this today... sabrina: a florida family didn't expect some fresh fish to show up in their mailbox...but the catch of the day definitely showed up. a catfish was found insde of their mailbox... they can't figure out if it's a prank or something sinister. the family wasn't even the ones to find out first.... the mailman told them there was something fishy in their mailbox. sam weather adlib: to be getting a little better today with a lot less wind and a bit more sunshine. we're looking at sunny skies in the morning with a bit more cloud cover coming back in the afternoon. temperatures will be a lot more pleasant today with highs climbing just above freezing and a much lighter breeze out of the southwest.
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low fall to around 15 degrees with calm and quiet conditions. friday clouds return with a few flurries or a quick light snow shower possible in the afternoon with minimal to no accumulation expected. saturday should feel pretty nice with partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. sunday we'll see overcast skies with temperatures rising into the upper 30s and a few snow showers with light accumulations possible. cold air will be blasting through the state starting sunday night but it won't really hit us until tuesday when highs drop into the
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