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mostly under in it, but the flow is downtown, especially north on i-35. very slick roadways, and more bands will slide through. you can already feel the low moving in, look to the northwest. below 0, and that is headed our way into saturday night, especially in northern iowa. let us break saturday down. starting out in the teens, holding their, dropping off late in the day. we see below 0 wind chill by the afternoon hour. i think we could see a few flurries fly on saturday. southeastern iowa. saturday. sunday has a high of only 9, early on the wind chill's 15-25 degrees below zero. stacey: also right now at 10:00, road conditions are deteriorating across central iowa. this is a live look of the state
you can see a lot of blue, which means roads are covered and likely slick. the green means the roads are in normal, seasonal conditions. mark: new at 10:00, an indianola man is in jail tonight, accused of threatening to kill multiple people. now, he is charged with making terroristic threats. >> mr. sudbrock had allegedly made some statements that he wanted to get a firearm in order to kill a lot of people. mark: 21-year-old trey sudbrock may be facing the first-ever threat of terrorism charge in warren county. although, investigators are quick to point out it's a relatively new statute. >> if that's not the same thing as yelling fire in a crowded theater, it should be. mark: according to arrest and incident reports from the warren county sheriff's department, sudbrock was arrested in november for harrassment and domestic assault.
animal torture and violation of a no-contact order. then last week, he was charged with threatening terrorism because an indianola woman heard sudbrock say he wanted to "kill a lot of people." >> that's a chilling phrase for anybody to hear. and the first thought that goes through our mind is, we want to make sure the community is safe. mark: the "indianola record-herald" reports a friend of sudbrock's told an investigator sudbrock had asked several acquaintances to buy him a firearm. sudbrock's mother told me tonight, "there's more to the story." stacey: a mom forks over thousands of dollars to bail her daughter out of jail. the problem is, she's still locked up. lori evans paid $4000 to alpha bail bonds. but she says the business simply kept the money. we tried to track down the business operator, listed as amy stevens, according to county records. repeated visits to the storefront at east 9th and guthrie avenue got us nowhere. evans filed a formal complaint with the iowa insurance division. lori: just let me get my baby out of jail. that is all i wanted to do.
have yet to get her out of jail. i have yet to come up with that money again. stacey: and we did some checking with the state. turns out, amy stevens and her associate are not licensed with the iowa insurance division to do surety bonds. opening arguments today in the joe lopez murder trial. prosecutors say lopez violently shook his girlfriend's baby, ruby, and squeezed the child's ribs, resulting in a fractured skull and several fractured ribs. lopez told authorities that ruby somehow fell out of her high chair, onto a concrete floor, when he walked out of the room. the trial continues monday morning. the polk county sheriff's department is inundated with permit to carry applications for handguns. mark: officials say they've received more than three times the number of permits, compared to this time last year. kcci's rose heaphy tells us why. rose: polk county officials tell me they are usually backlogged about 100 background checks. right now, they're behind about 1300. gun shop owners say it's due to a combination of current events and expiring permits.
waiting waiting and waiting, not so patiently. rose: jlm shooter supply owner mike sporer says he's noticed the frustration from his customers. facebook posts on the polk county sheriff's department page ask people for their patience, saying it could take the full 30 days to process carry permit applications. in december, the department received 1446 applications. compare that to just 422 last december. mike: what we're experiencing right now is the perfect storm of circumstances. we had the paris bombing, and that had a lot of people thinking about owning a gun. and now, we've got the president doing his thing, talking about various regulations. rose: a tense gun atmosphere, combined with the people renewing their five-year permits. iowa started issuing those in 2011. and now, they're expiring. to renew, applicants have to take a training course, or shoot with a qualified instructor. rangemasters in clive is booked through mid-january. >> we're telling them to get
well as getting in here to get the training that they need for that certificate. so, that way, they can get that completed in a timely manner. rose: in time to reach their deadline, so applicants don't have to start all over. mike: we want everyone to be thoroughly vetted. we don't want any permits issued to people that shouldn't be having them. so, if it takes a little time, it's all for the better. rose: polk county officials say they expect to process the applications within the 30 days of submitting, which is in line with iowa code. in studio, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. mark: new tonight, a body found in a burned home in rural carroll county city of breda. the remains have not been identified. investigators say the resident of the home did not show up for work yesterday. an autopsy is underway right now. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. stacey: a newton pastor is hit by a drunk driver, while helping another stranded motorist. pastor cory stout at community
recovering at home. stout was shoveling out a hit the vehicle. a 19-year-old was arrested for drunk driving. stout says he forgives him. pastor stout: i would give him an invitation to come join us at church. or if he's not from newton, a church out there. just to let him know there is a he can find. stacey: stout ended up with seven stitches and lots of cuts and bruises. kingpin captured, mexican authorities say el chapo is back in custody. details on his capture. mark: devastating fire, an apartment building destroyed. the extreme measures some kansas city residents took to escape. stacey: plus, it is friday night hoops. games from all across central iowa. our sports department is hard at work, putting together all the highlights for you.
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take a look at this. a massive apartment fire forced more than a dozen people from their homes. the fire spread so quickly that some residents had to jump out of the building. no word on what started this fire, but investigators are calling it suspicious. stacey: more incredible images
tonight. we're learning more about what happened when a man shot at a philadelphia police officer. and tonight, police say the suspect is 30-year-old edward archer. archer told officials he was acting in the name of islam, when he ambushed the officer. officers. a muslim or following the islamic faith. stacey: archer has a criminal history. and the gun used was stolen from a philadelphia police officer two years ago. officer hartnett was seriously injured, but he is expected to be ok. mark: new tonight, the most wanted drug lord in the world is
the man they call "el chapo" was recaptured in mexico, nearly six months after the second prison escape. omar villafranca has the new information. omar: mexican authorities finally got drug kingpin joaquin guzman back in their grasp. the man known as "el chapo" was arrested friday in the city of los mochis. mexican marines were met with a firefight that ended with five of his men dead. marines seized guns, a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, and two armored vehicles. law enforcement sources tell cbs news the united states provided the key tip. both the u.s. and mexico have been looking for "el chapo" since his elaborate prison break last july. the brazen drug trafficker slipped out through a hole in his shower stall, and into a mile-long tunnel, equipped with a retrofitted motorcycle. arturo: it was unconscionable. there was so much embarrassment on his second escape. there was so much pressure, both from mexico and the u.s. at least, to apprehend him.
means shorty. but guzman's sinaloa cartel is worth a giant $3 billion dollars and controls nearly half of the illegal drugs funneled into the u.s. guzman is believed to be responsible for as many as 34,000 deaths. u.s. officials will likely push for his extradition, to face justice on american soil. omar villafranca, cbs news, dallas. mark: "el chapo" first escaped back in 2001, allegedly hiding in a prison laundry cart. stacey: commitment 2016 news tonight, presidential candidate senator bernie sanders back in iowa this weekend. the vermont senator was asked by a man in toledo, iowa if hillary clinton lacked the moral authority to be president, because of her husband's affair while he was in the white house. senator bernie sanders: i hear what you are saying. look, hillary clinton is not bill clinton. what bill clinton did was totally, totally, totally disgraceful and unacceptable.
clinton. and i gotta say this, i thank you for your question. in this sense, i think what we need to do as a nation, certainly something the republicans are not doing, is focus on the bloody issues of this country. stacey: sanders will be holding several events this weekend across central iowa, including a town meeting at the iowa state fairgrounds at 7 p.m. tomorrow. the event is open to the public. doors open at 6 p.m. mark: checking back in with kurtis tonight. and we have a very cold weekend ahead for us. kurtis: we got that burst of snow out there. our webcam in ames, you can see that light coating of snow. with temperatures falling, it is very icy out there. the roads and sidewalks and parking lots are slippery wind chill at 16, and you can see the colder air moving at the
already 14 in fort dodge. because of the light snow and all of the travels, a winter weather advisory is in effect through 6:00 a.m., including polk, franklin, and down south where they have a little less snow in union county. not a tremendous amount of snow, but for the righticy roads out there. generally, a little band will move into southern iowa. that is right now in nebraska. it really picks up from altoona, bondurant, the snow moving on through. another piece of snow in dallas county and southern polk and warren county. the windchill early on is about 2 above. a few morning flurries, zero temperature.
we could gust tomorrow, and the general trend is to head down -- especially as we head into tomorrow evening. snow moved on through again, most location saw under an inch. a bit more and northwestern iowa , 3-4 inches. more blowing snow, this is the snow that will creep through southern iowa later tonight. the high builds in from northern canada, strong winds in between. if you are traveling, there will be a secondary lull that will bring heavy snow to wisconsin and illinois. here is futurecast. snow moving in, some flurries into saturday. another little band of snow will move through southeastern iowa tomorrow midmorning, this will be very light. the clouds solely thin, setting us up for a very cold saturday.
lot of sunshine, but it will be the kind of day or you look outside and don't want to go out. it will be terribly cold. dipping down into the teens, snow in most locations, less than an inch. northwest wind picking up. gusting near 30, falling temperatures, flurries -- the high is 18 early on. look at sunday, just 9. wind chill in the metro is 15-20 degrees below 0. as you head up to northern iowa, could get as cold as 30 below. 20's on monday, teens tuesday, dry all next week. the warmest day is thursday at
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sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. andy: good evening. it is time for friday night hoops. we dedicate our show to the high school hardwood all around central iowa. you can check out the games all across the state on the ticker at the bottom of the screen.
showdown. ankeny in action early on. the second quarter, joel roberts off the inbound. the hawks led by 9. y'vez quinn attacks the rack. it's no good. douglas wilson soar in for the putback. and the bucket. that cut the ankeny lead to 23-16. ankeny pushed the tempo. conor riordan, coast to coast. almost gets the steal. scott reister almost ended up with a steal, too. that is when, fancy finish. 57-52. that is a final. more boys' hoops over in west des moines. dontre english tightropes the baseline.
then, dialing long distance -- jal bijiek for 3. rattles that home. but dowling has a distinct size advantage. dowling
defeats north, 53-49. you know it is going to be fun when the 3a rivals collide. some of the best football we saw was pella and norwalk. tonight, the basketball version. payson vande lune, pella, turnaround jumper. pella up 4-0. norwalk goes around the horn, jake portatz corner 3. baseline shot, norwalk battling back-and-forth. drew pringle for norwalk. 81-49. i always love this time of the night.
we hand the microphone over and let you be a sportscaster for the night. up in ankeny, grand view christian was hosting seymour. >> we are just hanging out for you make the call. grand view christian facing seymour tonight. keeping him on fire, back to back 3s. grand view christian was on 8-2 lead. seymour's big man splashes to the hoop. it must smell bad, there is no one around him. grand view christian pulls away. they go on to win big. thunder road tonight! andy: thank you very much. girls basketball up next,
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story, 10-0 -- stepping up to 5a for the first time this year. taking on valley in west des moines. indianola up 30-29 at the half. the second half, the indians broke it open. it was the grace berg show in the second half. terrific moves, number 43 finishes with 30. a game-high, certainly not the only one to light up. indians when big advocate huge statement 72-52. bert: a heck of a third quarter, we really played well. we found grace underneath the basket, and the kids played underneath excellently. grace: we knew it was going to be close. we had to work together to the open shot, not are sent. we play the game, and we did that, and ended up winning. andy: 5a is going to
be an interesting one.
jennah johnson doesn't make the shot. rachel hinders with a follow. the dragons fall by a single point, 51-50. more 5a hoops. waukee hosting east high. kylie coleman, on the steal. andie mataloni, again from deep. wide open, she squashes home the triple. again,
from long distance, dialing of the 3. waukee up 69-42. and they would all the way to win, 85-if the one the final. a big one for his team out there in waukee. finally, van meter hosting des moines christian. ebby prewitt, dmc, for 3. up 21-18 early in the third.
own mess and puts it
in. des moines christian would go on to win 55-44. a big road win for the lions. it was a state of iowa sweep, drake knocks off northern iowa 82-75. and finally, a little college football. troy davis is probably the best player to ever put on a cyclone football team. a two-time consensus all-american, who is still the only man to rush for 2000 yards in a season twice. he didn't win the heisman. but today, he became a hall-of-famer. davis elected to the college football hall of fame. he is the second cyclone to make it to the hall, after o-lineman ed bock from the 1930's. davis was spectacular in many ways, because every defense knew what was coming. and they still cannot stop him, to the tune of 2100 yards. he left for the
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this weekend, a lot of people are hoping to win big. it is hard to even wrap your mind around this number -- $800 million. a big reason the jackpot is so large? so many people are buying tickets. there it is. this line is near the arizona/nevada border. people waiting for hours to get tickets. and lottery officials say the jackpot could grow even larger before tomorrow night's drawing. now, more realistic, the weather. it affects more people. brace yourself. kurtis: it is getting colder, snow on the ground -- not a lot but it is really slicking of the roads. there is another band that will slide through southern iowa. keep in mind, it is very slippery. not a lot of snow, we are getting reports of a tremendous amount of accidents. windy on sunday, dry another next week.