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" " coming up this morning on abc9 news... the big day is finally here... and we'll get you ready for today's caucus with an an extensive preview of what to expect. " plus ... democratic frontrunner hillary clinton spent the day before caucuses here in sioux city... we'll have an exclusive interview and ... why iowans should vote for her. " also in sioux city ... republican donald trump hodling a rally at the orpheum... we'll recap the stop for you... right here on abc9 news this morning. "" lukas: good morning siouxland and thanks for joining us... i'm lukas voss. well the day is finally here for the presidential candidates... it's the iowa caucuses... but as of now... it's too close to call. now both the democratic and republican frontrunners... made swing ts hrough sioux city last night...
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monday. spoke to a crowd the sioux city convention center. her daughter... former secretary family has been iowa all day. after she talked secretary clinton sat down with our own jenna rehnstrom for a one-on-one interview. jenna rehnstrom says, "are you confident you can some feelings about obama's surge at the secretary clinton says, "i have to say, i feel very good it is close, and that's why it's very people who support me come out and caucus tomorrow night. we got good news that the blizzard won't be here 'till after midnight, so you don't have to worry about the weather, because i think so much is at stake in the election of 2016, and i'm thrilled to have the level of support and enthusiasm that i see in the crowds and what our campaign has built, but it all comes down to who shows up tomorrow, and i think if my supporters show up, we can do well, but that's what it turns on." jenna says, "you were on this week with george stephanopoulos this morning talking about the state department's announcement
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emails [from your private server] won't be released to the public, because they're deeming them top secret. you've wanted those emails released." secretary clinton says, "right." jenna says, "for a voter and an iowan, hearing all this back and forth, and the issue keeps coming up, should they be worried about how trustworthy you are?" secretary clinton says, "no, not at all, jenna. you know, as i said this morning, as i've said for months, and it remains the fact, i did not send or recieve any material marked 'classified,' and i take classified material very seriously. i was in the situation room, advising the do about bin laden, agency dispute. it's unfortunate that it's been plagued by leaks and other kinds of shinannigens, but the fact is: it's like bengazi; the republicans kept raising it, but i testified for 11 hours, all the questions have been prevent them from continuing to try to make that something, talking about what iowans talk to me about and what they
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what i talked about here today, and that's the economy and jobs and healthcare and college affordability and student debt and education and the people's minds." lukas: and earlier this evening, clinton spoke to hundreds of people at the sioux city convention center. abc9 news reporter deborah souverain picks up our team coverage of that event. with just 24 hours before the iowa caucuses...hillary clinton is leaving no stone unturned...and no clinton at home. "hello, hello" chelsea on the campaign trail with her mother in sioux city sunday........and bill...delivering a video message to the crowd of close to 500 people... at the sioux city convention center nats -- clapping but the most important message of the night...came from the democratic front runner herself. "please go out and caucus tomorrow night, the storm is not coming until after midnight. plenty of time to caucus we'll get all
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it's the final time...iowans will hear from the former secretary of state before votes are cast in the first in the nation caucus. what's really at ste is a very different set of values and a vision for what kind of country we should be in the 21st century," said clinton for hillary that vision includes, equal pay for women, a higher minimum wage, tax reform ..... and a plan to make the u-s the world's leading clean energy power house. "there are so many new jobs that we could be creating," said clinton. "i believe this is all possible again because of what i have learned here in iowa," said clinton. as those in the crowd weigh their choices for tomorrows' big election.. some are leaving more commited than
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"i like the idea that she's raising the minimum wage if she can" said steven "the closer we get to caucus i've been between hillary and bernie," said debbie delaney, undecided. hillary is a real fighter and i think that she can stand status in iowa... however her lead is marginal. register poll night...has her just 3 percentage points ahead of creating a head to head chase in tonight's caucus. and on the the newest des moines register trump still at the percent. ted cruz behind him with 23- percent. and marco rubio is third with 15- percent. lukas: donald trump was also in town last night... drawing hundreds of siouxlanders at a rally downtown. abc9 news reporter jess plue has more on the republican front runners visit at the orpheum theatre " hundreds of eager people packed into the orpheum theater in sioux city sunday night to hear donald trump at his final campaign stop before the first in the nation caucus monday. attendee's ranged from curious
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undecided voter right now, i'm listening to all the candidates to find out which one is first, electable, and two that will do the job once they come into office" to trump enthusiasts: "trump really seems like a real guy who really cares about the american people" and all the spectrum inbetween:"i know trump, so when he says he's going to do something, he's going to do it" with veteran support being one of trump's main campaigning points, it came as no surprise that a large number of veterans came out to support trump in return. "so if we're going to be 30th in the world with politicans leading the country then maybe it's time to change direction and have a business man take it." the confidant candidate rallied supporters by promising to crack down on illegal immigration into the u-s, increase business to aid in paying off the as always... "we are gonig to make america great again and go back to winning victories" as of jan. 30, trump leads the republican party with 28 points, thats five more than runner-up for the
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with 23. lukas a local non-profit is getting a big fundraiser donald trump held for veterans . at his event last night... trump presented a check for 100- thousand dollars to support siouxland soldiers. the group was nominated by a local suporter when tmp announced he'd hold an event to benefit veterans last week is des moines. more than six million dollars was raised in total. sarah petersen, support siouxland soldiers says, "well support siouxland soliders started as a care package program about 10 years ago, just right across the street, sending boxes of candy and snacks to the troops overseas and then over the last 10 years we've grown significantly thanks to this wonderful community. very patriotic community." support siouxland soldiers says they're a non- partisan organization, but they're thankful for the support. lukas chris christie was also in sioux city for a town hall event at morningside college. the new jersey
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at 3-percent in the des moines register poll and he also had a few words to say about poll leader, donald trump. "so who are the people that are not restrained...okay, right okay. donald trump who has never run for a political race in his life and doesn't really, i think, understand the ramification of his conduct is unrestrained. " butt to "it is almost impossible for me to believe that iowans, iowans, are gonna give donald trump the iowa caucus." christie finished up his day in the state with a rally in west des moines, lukas and voters in spencer will have once last chance to hear from republican ben carson. dr carson will be speaking at the living word outreach ministries from eleven to 12-30 this afternoon. lukas and make sure to choose abc9 for your caucus coverage today... as we bring you team coverage and analysis. we have special caucus coverage from 6:30 to 10... with tim seaman from des moines, in addition to our regular news casts at 5, 6 and 10. " and when we come
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our coverage this morning on the iowa caucuses... bringing you all the latest from the first in the nation vote. stay tuned for more. scott: we'll have... "you're watching abc9 news this morning... with ... jessica rae... and meteorologist scott larson.. this is abc9 news this morning. "
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scott: good morning siouxland. we have a winter storm headed our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of
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with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low
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clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. compromised and exceptionally tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low
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clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of candidates have less than 24 hours to convince last minute voters to take their side in iowa. and that has campaigns working overtime for every last vote. reporter matt porter tells you how the final breath of campaigns in iowa is taking shape ...
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election headquarters. "nat rally sound the final push in iowa relies one one thing more than anything man power. each campaign will look to get as much as they can out of their volunteers. sot stella tsantekidou, sanders volunteer: "many hours. we are here all day." these volunteers from hillary and bernie sanders' campaigns are celebrating a little tonight. but torrow, many will spend every waking hour on the phones or knocking on doors to bring voters out to the caucuses. sot stella tsantekidou, sanders volunteer: "there maybe a snow storm it may be very cold but we want them nontheless to go out and caucus for him." "it's really hard to get people out caucusing." some volunteers traveled a long way to get to iowa. sot stella tsantekidou, sanders volunteer:"i'm not from the us. i'm from greece." devotion from the volunteers run high. stacie from des moines took time off from her full-time job to campaign for clinton. she'll have to have a strong pitch
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blizzard is expected to hit just around caucus time. sot stacie, clinton volunteer: "that's the way too it and that's really exciting and that makes the process very transparent and grassroots that we show in person and physically stand in the corner and get counted. how democratic is that? to have your voice count." stand up matt porter, des moines: it will all culminate here in caucus central monday when the votes start flowing in. in des moines, matt porter, your local election headquarters. lukas and tim seaman is in des moines covering the iowa caucuses for us... and checks in now with a preview. " abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. " " lukas previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. "abc9 news anchor tim seaman is previewing tonight's caucus coverage. " " lukas
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heads. lukas and scott are chatting about music getting stuck in our heads. lukas and scott are chatting about music getting stuck in our heads. lukas and scott are chatting about music getting stuck in our heads. scott: scott: here's a quick chekc outside on heads. lukas and scott are chatting about music getting stuck in our heads. lukas and scott are chatting about music getting stuck in our our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and
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exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. scott: here's a quick chekc outside on one of our iowa d-o-t traffic cam's here at . many folks still waking up and starting their workday....please drive safely everyone... scott: now you'll want to watch your speed in these areas today: ... police will be running radars, here... i-29 and on lewis blvd. so again... mind that speed. "still to come... a popular sioux city restaurant is reopening after a fire put the business out of commission ... i'll take you to sneaky's chicken...
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set to re-open, after a fire closed it down for business. "i'm not gonna apologize for my emotions cause their strug different ways, but tonight is all about gratitude." sneaky's chicken had a soft open last night... just for the contractors and volunteers that helped remodel the restaurant. the quick turn around happened just after 20 days of being closed for smoke repair. the building needed a lot of work, including all new duct work. the vice president of c-w suter... said their team was determined to get things done as quickly as possible. "all the trades cam together, and really uh got this thing put together quickly and it was pretty awesome to see all the trades come together, get this done and up for dave and the sneaky's family." owner dave ferris was also grateful
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staff for their dedication to the restaurant. "the fire was at 9:30 on the morning on january 11th, by 4:00 everyone was on location, every staff member and they have not stopped till 10:30 last night. so my heart goes out to my family and my personal team here." sneaky's reopens to the public at eleven a-m this morning with their buffet. the littoral combat ship program launched the u-s-s sioux city, today in marienette, wisconsin. the u-s-s sioux city is the first naval ship to be named after sioux city and the nation's 11th littoral combat ship. this ship allows the navy to sail in shallow waters and complete a wide range of missions. it was christened by, lockheed martin, for the u-s navy at marinette marine. the u-s-s sioux city is about 75 percent complete and the navy hopes to commission it in spring or summer of 2017 " lukas coming up.... i'll introduce you
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people who have beaten cance.. and how they are staying healthy ... post therapy. the premiere of my new segment "move it monday" ... is up next. scott: " "
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with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low prsu is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening.
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the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott: snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of
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going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae scott:
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snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of with that. snow will that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll
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new member. here's paul hughes with the details. "norfolk mayor sue fuchtman will be among seven individuals and groups inducted into the norfolk catholic high school hall of fame. fuchtman, a 1970 graduate of the school will be joined by larry sock, the 1983 state championship football team, dorothy widhalm, don and shirley sock, members of the 1971-72 school board and monsignor robert p. burns. the enshrinement will take place during a banquet april 23rd. the philanthropy council of northeast nebraska will honor a half- dozen individuals and groups saturday with the 2016 philanthropy awards during its sixth annual celebrate giving event saturday. honorees include dr. gordon adams as lifetime philanthropist and philanthropists of the year steve and karen warner. the banquet begins at 6:30 saturday at the lifelong learning center. managing market risk is the topic to be discussed at three workships scheduled for february 18th in bloomfield, february 19th in o'neill and in columbus february 24th. extension educators and university of nebraska-lincoln ag professors will be among the presenters.
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on news talk wjag, lite rock 97.5 and 106 kix. " lukas: cancer is a word nobody wants to hear ... but there are those who have to and those who but there are those who have to and those who have beaten it. i met with a group of survivors who are staying active even after they survived the deadly disease. take a look nats: group workout vo: group have in work out together ... but they are also survivors ... cancer survivors .... and they come together at the ymca to be part of the livestrong program ... designed to help post cancer patients to get back into an active routine ... it does much more than just helping them with their workout. sot: "i enjoy being with other cancer survives so we can share our journeys. you take so much away from it not just the physical
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experts train with the survivors and focus on improving muscle strenght including lower body workouts and some upper body exercise ... and there is a clear advantage ... sot: "it helps with your fatique it really helps increase your stamina gives you engery and helps your body regain that strenghts ... some of that strenght however might not be gained through your classic workout .... sot: "we'll take them through a trx strap it's hanging from the ceiling and it's like you want me to do what." nats: explaining apart from just the physical part ... live strong also focuses on letting participants create their n personal goals in the class room portion of the class ... they get materials that include information on nutrition, can help track appointments and also help with post cancer living in general ... judi deaton is a seven year breast cancer survior ... needless to say she has plenty of experience dealing with her illness .... the class however still helped. sot: "when you are going through cancer it's an uknown it's very scary and the more information you have the better prepared you can be to go through that dificult journey." experts agree that
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workout's can have many phsical benefits ... but the greatest one might just be sot: "we are survivors and that we can prevail from this." and as always ... don't forget ... to move it monday ... i am lukas voss for abc9 news lukas: our local blood bank is hoping you get out and give blood before you caucus today. lifeserve blood center is anticipating an increased need with the sw storm expected for tuesday. if you want to give blood... they encourage you to make an appointment. the number and website is on your screen. you can also walk location in morningside - that's by hobby lobby. lifeserve provides blood to facilities the tri- state area. lukas: patient in north football will help disease. not by playing it... but by keeping up with the stats about his beloved carolina panthers. reporter sarah blake-morgan has this wonderful story. " spend just a few
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and you'll quickly learn where his his allegiance lies. natsot: "i love cam newton with his exuberance.." this is the man who loves the carolina panthers. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "i read everything that the charlotte observer writes about the panthers."
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them out... natsot taping the printed paper to the back of his bedroom door. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "here is cam in action. fantastic!" setzer reads these articles over and over again, because if he doesn't, he'll forget. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "about a year ago, i was diagnosed with mild alzheimer's and of course that was a blow." setzer's alzheimer's is in its early stages. natsot he hopes to keep it that way. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "the average person who's diagnosed with alzheimer's will die in 11 years, and my determination is to slow that down." the former pastor has a list of things he does every day to slow the disease down. natsot: "about a hour of brain games" his favorite is pouring over panther stats with his grandson. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "i'm going to go down fighting and do everything i can to prolong life." peter is undergoing experimental treatments and joy henderson, peter's daughter, that helps with her dad's diagnosis. ( joy henderson, setzer's daughter): "my hope is that he'll always remember to call me on game day and talk about the panthers game. my hope is that he'll always know who i am when i call him and i hope he'll always know who his grandson is." for many with alzheimer's, uncertainty is the only thing they can see ahead. setzer is just looking forward to adding a new article to his door, once his team takes home the trophy. (peter setzer, carolina panthers fan): "oh! i wouldn't miss it." lukas coming up in sports...the musketeers retured to the "tyson" for the first time in 28 days.....stay tuned for the action from their matchup with waterloo... scott: stay tuned for today's forecast... lukas the musketeers
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seven-game road trip going 3-4. sioux city bk at home now for the first time since early january.... alex walker has more. it seems like the musketeers have been on the road for a long time.....it's because they have.....28 days since their last game at the tyson... yesterday, sioux city hosted waterlooo in the finale of their three-game weekend...the musketeers beat lincoln on friday, but fell to des moines on saturday in the state capitol. early first period...ronnie hein.....off the pretty feed for waterloo...initially.... the goal is disallowed....but after review.. counts......1-0 black hawks.... waterloo keeps pressing...shane bowers...the wrap around...and he scores off a musketeer skate....2-0 hawks..... but sioux city gets one back....jake ryzcek takes the loose puck and buries it on the power play....musketeers cut the lead to one.... waterloo just too
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should be illegal.....he beats the back line and makes it 3-1 hawks after one...they hold on to win it 5-2. sunday's theme for iowa was bouncing back.....for the first time since february of 2015, t hawkeyes played a big ten game coming off a loss.... it just so happens that iowa's last conference loss came to northwestern.......su ndays opponent. iowa had won 13 straight regular season conference games before last thursday's loss at maryland... 1st half....iowa by one....tre demps.......his name is trey for a reason.....three ball hits...he had a game high 30 points... hawkeyes down by four....but jarrod uthoff was on a mission....he had 12 of iowa's 1st 16 points....he finished with 23 big ones... peter jok was honed in as well.....gets the deep triple to fall off the feed from adam woodbury......hawks take the three point lead.... then its nicholas baer from three point land....you betcha.....iowa led 42-26 at halftime.... and they kept it rolling in the second half...jok from the corner.....he had four triples on the day....26 points to lead iowa... the hawkeyes have won 14 straight at home......85-71 the final. out in wayne america....the lady wildcats hosting u of mary. late second quarter...maggie
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screen and buries the 38--19...... then right before halftime....brittany dietz buries the three for the maruaders....38-22 recess.... to the third quarter we go.....rachel weir strikes first for mary.......the visitors opened the second half on an 11-2 run to get within seven.... but anna martensen is a stopper.......great move in the paint for the 'cats.......the frustrtation wears off.. and maggie schul- tee....takes over;...the j rattles home....she finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead wayne state to victory...70-54 the final. thats it for sports...have a great rest of your morning. jessica rae: scott: it's time now to check on your forecast... scott:current conditions are pretty comfortable with temperatures in the 20s and 30s. we
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forecast... scott:current conditions are pretty comfortable with temperatures in the 20s and 30s. we have a light wind at less than 10 miles per hour throughout the region. the dalanner reveals we'll have temperatures rise near 40 degrees under increasing clouds today.we have a winter storm headed our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds.
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have a light wind at less than 10 miles per hour new month... after the worst january in seven years. reena ninan and phillip mena have the latest. gd morning. topping "america's money" -- could wall street predict the presidentialelection. >> the dow fell 5.5% in january. that slow start could be big for the republicans. sincehe 1960s, every election year with a a negative jan and no incbent running, the white house has changed parties. americans chose to lighten things up at the movies this weekend. kung fu panda 3 brought in more than three times as much in its opening weekend as "the
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morning... 1:03-1:11 jacob peklo, reporting: "so far, there have been a lot of ways that people have been winning these caucuses. on saturday, a group of
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a stab at determining the winner." julia walter, urbandale resident: "usually we practice on saturday and we come in and we're all kind of tired, but this kind of upped the ante and was something really fun for our saturday practices." on saturday, the fate of the political parties lay in the balance. lance carlson, west des moines resident: "picking corn is great, but this is way more fun, and i think politics needs more swords." natural sound: "marco rubio!" "cruz." each fencer donned some political gear to represent each presidential candidate, natural sound of patting the name tag in place and whichever fencer could survive the swipes and lunges, with the most attacks of their own would live in to the next round. natural sound: "ready? fence!" kevin powell, head coach at red door fencing: "maybe there's a candidate that they're not as big a fan of and they'll get to hit them a lot." julia walter, urbandale resident: "i lost most of them. i had to halt a couple bouts just because there were stickers everywhere." lance carlson was a political science major during college, natural sound of swords clinging and he says this tournament was the perfect way to mix two of his favorite interests. lance carlson, west des moines resident:
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to have fencing represent the political trail, with all the attacking and the defending that happens, especially during this last push ahead of the caucuses." the round robin format allowed everyone the time to size up their opponents to see who'd stand out. natural sound of swords separating while there was many a parry on the floor, it was not enough to foil some of the upset bids. lance carlson, west des moines resident: top three finishers from the fencing tournament were donald trump, carly fiorina and hillary clinton. lukas: with the iowa caucuses just hours away... some passionate voters are going all out to support their candidate. meet summer rose... and her van, which she calls "the bernie bus" at a sanders event in california ... two weeks ago, she met a fellow supporter who made the illuminated sign. rose told her she wanted to learn how to make one herself... then, fate stepped in. " (summer rose, bernie sanders supporter) "i was like, well, i'm going to iowa i kind of need to do this fast, and she goes, 'you're going to iowa? i have a vision that this is supposed to go to iowa' i'm like, really? let's see if this fits in my van. and boom! we brought it out to my van and it fit perfectly in my van.
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all about. it's like meant to be" rose says she plans on taking "the bernie bus" to nevada, then possibly south carolina -- whatever she can do to keep his campaign going. lukas and speaking of die hard bernie sanders supporters... a vermont tattoo studio is now offering a free tattoo of the surging democrat. check it out. " people get tattoos for various reasons usually it's something personal... but how about political? a new hampshire tattoo shop owner declared his allegience to donald trump-- offering free tattoos of the gop frontrunner. tyre duvernay/aartistic inc. "we personally insulted by the whole free donald trump tattoo and i don't want people to get the wrong idea only donald trump has followers that are that passionate." i wanted to see if people would do the same for vermont native.. bernie sanders. none that we could fine... until the owner at aartistic inc. told us they will now and for free
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duvernay/aartistic inc. "anything to get people's attention and look into his views, because if they do their due diligence and proper research, i'm sure they'll feel the same way i do." christine souders: "the artist tyre chose this design. he chose it because he says it simply screams bernie sanders." "it's a little character of bernie!" raychel severance was the first to say yes, to bernie. raychel severance "i love it. i'm on his team even if he doesn't win." a sanders supporter says she wouldn't go that far. "my votes with bernie, but i prefer to keep bernie in my heart not on my skin." tyre duvernay/aartistic inc.: "it'll take us 15 minutes tops to knock this out for you." just a block from sanders headquarters in burlington... we the people tattoo parlor owner... rick meyer says he is dying to do a bernie sanders portrait. rick meyer/we the people owner: "i would like to do one, nice bernie sanders portrait. it will probably take around 5 to 6 hours to do. the longer you have on a tattoo, the more detail you can get into it." and when asked if he would tat any other candidate... rick meyer/we the people owner: "i would do most likely a hilary clinton, other than bernie as
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for another shop." tag: by the way... aartistic inc in winooski says they will do free cover ups on any trump tattoos..." lukas scott: lukas and scott are chatting about tattoos of candidates. lukas and scott are chatting about tattoos of candidates. lukas and scott are chatting about tattoos of candidates. lukas and scott are chatting about tattoos of candidates. scott:we have a winter storm headed our way tomorrow. with that, we'll have snow totals near 1 foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and
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hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae adlib jessica rae: " foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's
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tonight is 27 with clouds and snow after 7 pm. it'll snow throughout the day tomorrow and we'll have very poor travel conditions. here's the 7 day forecast. jessica rae foot and very strong winds. we'll put that into motion with our stormcast hd where an area of low pressure is going to spin out of the mountains and with that. snow will begin this evening. that snow will persist throughout the day on tuesday. visibilities will be compromised and roads will be exceptionally hazardous tomorrow. today's high is 37. the low "
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