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and thanks for making kcci p >> you're watching kcci 8 news. >> now for your winning powerball number, good luck to you, it is the number 10. eric: right now it's 6:00, we have winners. the $1.6 billion jackpot is off the table this morning. we'll tell you where the lucky tickets were bought, and why you might still have a reason to double check your numbers. elizabeth: good morning, everyone, and thanks for waking up with "kcci 8 news this morning." eric: it is now 6:00 on thursday, january 14. if we are losers, we might as well have good temperatures. metinka: it is like a consolation prize. it is 36 now in des moines, no precipitation is falling.
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sunshine, 46 degrees, get outside and soak up the nice weather. tomorrow, temperatures will be tumbling, we will have some flurries and a blustery wind, and over the weekend, temperatures take a nosedive. brace yourself for the cold air headed our way on sunday. eric: this morning, we finally have a winner, or more than one. after several turnovers and a record-breaking $1.6 billion jackpot, someone has won the powerball. shaina humphries joins us now, and shaina, do we know where these winning tickets were sold? shaina: eric, there were actually three winning tickets last night. one of them was bought at a store in chino hills, california, and the store owner is pretty excited about that. >> this is the luckiest machine on the planet, so make sure everybody come in here to play. shaina: the ticket winner there
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whoever it is will share the $1.6 billion prize with two other winners, one from florida and another from mumford, tennessee. the winners can opt for annual payments or a lump-sum payment. it wasn't a jackpot win, but someone in iowa did win $2 million in last night's drawing. iowa lottery officials say the winner matched the first five numbers but missed the powerball. we haven't heard where the ticket was sold, so make sure you check your tickets. 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, and powerball 10. also developing overnight, deadly explosions in jakarta, indonesia. this is video of the moment one of three bombs went off. isis says it is behind the attack. officials say it was coordinated and lasted for several hours. at least four of the attackers were killed and two other victims, including a police officer that was stationed at the traffic post. eric: big stories in central iowa now, des moines police are investigating an early morning
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michael johnson was shot near 22nd street early wednesday morning. johnson says he got lost and ended up on a dead end road. he tried following a black car back to a main road but the car stopped suddenly and a man got out and started shooting at him. johnson sustained non life threatening injuries. the case remains under investigation. this morning, a mistrial is granted in the murder trial of joe lopez. >> it was on and off. he would force sexual intercourse with me. eric: after more than two days of testimony, the polk county judge declared a mistrial, after the victim's mother, nisa alvarez, made shocking new sex abuse allegations against lopez on the stand. lopez is accused of killing alvarez's 20-month-old daughter in 2014. a new trial is tentatively set for may. elizabeth: only on kcci, family members of mevlida dzananovic are speaking out. former des moines police officer merced dautovic killed the 24-year-old in a murder/suicide last april. records show dautovic was
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against mevlida, for hitting her in the mouth, grabbing and twisting her hand and fingers. mevlida's brother claims his sister went to police for help just weeks before she was killed. >> my sister was very worried, you know. she had said to the detective, he is going to kill me, he has people, you do not know what he is capable of doing. elizabeth: merso says mevlida worked tirelessly to obtain u.s. citizenship for her son. family members finally made that happen, four months after her death. eric: the parents of a waukee teenager who committed suicide are hoping to spread a message of hope to other struggling teens. dan and wanda lienemann held a press conference at mercy medical center wednesday. their 18-yeaeaold son drew died on january 11. his parents say drew never told them anything was wrong. they are hoping his story will show others that asking for help does not mean you are weak but instead shows strength.
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somebody and you've got to really talk to somebody , your parents especially. they're the ones who love you the most. this is such a tragic thing. i would just hate for another family to experience this. eric: many of drew's organs will be donated to other people and to research. a lot of reaction on our kcci facebook page to this touching story. teresa says "i am sorry for your loss. i am a lucky parent, my child did not succeed and is now married with a beautiful child. teenage years are so hard on everyone to come and terry says "i'm so very sorry that your son , is gone. however thank you, not only for sharing his story, but sharing his life. i am a heart transplant recipient due to a tragic death and for you to be willing to save others in your time of pain is just incredible."
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warm side this morning, which is good news. 34 degrees right now in des moines. it is a little bit frosty up to the north. temperatures have fallen back below freezing, so watch for re-freeze. that is going to be melting away this afternoon with sunshine and highs warming by noon into the low 40's, headed for 46 degrees. today will be the next -- the warmest of the next 10 days. elizabeth: thank you. commitment 2016 news now, a new des moines register poll shows the gap widening between ted cruz and donald trump, and the rest of the republican field for president. ted cruz is now leading donald trump among likely caucus goers by three percentage points. marco rubio is in third with 12%. ben carson is and forth with 11%. jeb bush has only 4% in this poll. the former florida governor campaigned in urbandale wednesday, where he said he's
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numbers. bush will be on the main stage tonight at the first republican debate. along with donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson, chris christie, and john kasich. the debate in south carolina starts at 8:00 and is sponsored p.m. by the fox business network. carly fiorina, mike huckabee, and rick santorum will participate in a preliminary debate at 5:00 p.m. we'll have more on the debate live from washington, d.c. before 6:30. republican candidates will not be in iowa today, as they prepare for tonight's debate. but democratic hopeful martin o'malley will be in des moines at uaw hall for a meeting with the ankeny area democrats. but things heat up again for republicans this weekend. donald trump will be in the metro tomorrow, and marco rubio has stops around the state saturday. eric: in sports news now iowa's , basketball team made a statement this season by
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one to start big ten conference play. but the spartans will look for payback tonight in east lansing , a place the hawkeyes haven't won in their last 18 trips. the hawks are 3-0, tied for the conference lead. they're also are well-rested. they haven't played a game since last tuesday's win over nebraska. but michigan state will have their star player back this time around. denzel valentine was out with an injury when iowa beat them earlier this season. tipoff for iowa michigan state is tonight at 6:00 p.m.. you can watch it on espn. uni's basketball team is on a rollercoaster ride this season. the panthers have beaten #1 north carolina and #5 iowa state, but they also have losses to missouri state, and now indiana state. the sycamores pulled off a 74 to 60 win last night. uni was out-rebounded 40 to 29, and they turned the ball over 13 times. they'll play loyola next at home on saturday. and after a string of really disappointing big 12 games, iowa state's schedule
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the cyclones faced 11-5 kansas state this saturday. then monday, they play 14 and 1 oklahoma. that is followed by 9-7 see you and 14-2 kansas. iowa state is ranked 17th in the nation right now, but their loss to texas on tuesday could knock them out of the top 25. still ahead, free to drive. a car trapped in a case of ice we showed you a couple days ago is finally freed. how they managed to get it out. elizabeth: and check your tickets closely. we'll show you what happened when one group of people, thought they had the winning powerball numbers. emmy: stoplights that do not turn green, why west des moines is investing in a new crosswalk trend. shaina: no problems on the roads, we are accident free, and it is warm out for a change. nothing is going to slow you down right now.
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this is to 35 and 22nd street and west des moines. things are moving right along.
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but nothing that >> this is iowa's news leader. this is "kcci 8 news this morning" with eric hanson, elizabeth klinge, meteorologist kurtis gertz and right now coverage with shaina humphries. metinka: yesterday was a beautiful day. we have some great photos coming in. this one taken by anna at gray's lake enjoying a walk with her dog. temperatures stayed really nice overnight, 34 degrees in des moines, and the wind chill is not a problem at all. temperatures will be warming nicely today. by noon, temperatures in the low 40's, headed for mid to upper 40's this afternoon, widespread sunshine, and a whole lot of melting. we have some big changes coming
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shaina: if it is warming up in western new york. right now, the car covered in ice we showed you earlier this week, is free. a towing company in hamburg, new york says the owner called them to help get his vehicle back. crews had to use a combination of salt and hot water to melt the car loose enough to be hoisted onto a flatbed. there was another lake effect snow advisory overnight in the buffalo area, but this storm was not expected to be as strong as the one that encased the car. and overnight, new developments in the flint, michigan water crisis. the michigan department of health and human services says there has been an increase of legionnaire's disease in the area over the past two years, and it could be connected to the contaminated water. legionnaire's disease is a type of pneumonia caused by bacteria that infect the lungs. flint's tap water was found to have too much lead, after the city switched its water supply in 2014 to save money. eric: new this morning, you may have noticed some new traffic lights around the metro. kcci's emmy victor found one this morning in west des moines. that is where she joins us from.
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emmy: a perfect example is the one just be fine -- beside me on 61st and ashworth in west des moines. these traffic lights are known as clock or pedestrian lights -- hawk or pedestrian lights. they are built on cross works does crosswalks to help pedestrians cross the street. if there is no pedestrian, you can drive right past it. the light is monitored through city departments and funded through grants and budget. they usually work rest in areas where there is a lot of pedestrian. they even just look different, take a look at how they are different than your normal begin. >> the position of the head is different. it has a two red indication and a yellow indication. so a group of two and then one.
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five in a row . emmy: they are also extremely cost-effective. the hawk sign is nearly half of what an intersection would cost. live in west des moines, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. elizabeth: economic headlines now if you're looking for a job, , today might be your lucky day. one of iowa's largest career fairs is in des moines today. the 2016 iowa career expo is being held at hy-vee hall downtown today from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. last year's event drew more than 80 employers and 1800 job seekers. employers will be looking for everything from entry level to professional employees. non-profit organizations, military, and college recruiters will also be in attendance. it has not been a good year on wall street so far. since 2016 began, the dow is down 7% overall, the nasdaq is down 9.7%, and the s and p 500 is down 7.5%. monday didn't help.
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the nasdaq dropped almost 160. and the s and p 500 was down almost 50. chipotle is hoping a new marketing campaign will help lure back customers. it'll include tv commercials, direct mail, and newspaper ads starting next month. this is of course all in response to an e-coli outbreak that began in october of last year. chipotle says it has taken additional measures to make sure its food is safe, including having more of its ingredients go through centralized kitchens. several kmart locations will be closing early this year including the one in ottumwa. , kmart says close to one hundred stores across the country will begin liquidation sales january 24, and close in april. customers who have layaway contracts at the ottumwa location can either pay them off early or transfer them to another store or online. and viewers can say goodbye to cable news network al jazeera america. the network says it will stop
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just two and a half years after its launch. the company blames the economy and the landscape of the media. eric: millions of powerball players were hoping to have the winning numbers in last night's drawing. some of you may have won a prize of some amount, but before you cash in, double check you have the right numbers. >> powerball 17. yeah. eric: this is after saturday's powerball drawing. employees at a new jersey restaurant pooled their money to buy tickets. when they read the numbers off a website, they all matched. problem is the website they were looking at still had the numbers frfr the previous drawing from the previous wednesday, so no jack hot. again, the winning numbers from last night, 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 and powerball 10. winners in california, tennessee, and florida. no jack hot winners in iowa --
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elizabeth: 6:18 right now, we will head over to metinka for the forecast. metinka: temperatures starting out some 15 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. you will notice a huge change when you step outside. these are still warmer than a typical highs of this time of year. no precipitation to slightly down, and no fog to worry about. the clearing taking place across far southwest iowa, setting the stage for what is going to be a beautiful afternoon. this is the quiet before everything goes downhill for the weekend. a cold front will bring a lot of cold air, along with snow showers moving into iowa after midnight and tracking into the state early tomorrow morning. flurries for the metro area. saturday will be quiet but very
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shot of that cold air coming in by saturday evening with another dusting of snow for central iowa . brace yourself for the cold temperatures rushing in this weekend. enjoy 46 degrees this afternoon, it is going to feel wonderful. all of the cold air to the north will be rushing in here tomorrow , temperatures will be falling throughout the afternoon and falling further during the weekend. wind chills this morning are not a factor. headed for 46 this afternoon, enjoy a beautiful day with the southwest winds at 10 to 15. a lot of re-freezing taking place tomorrow. temperatures falling into the 20's, it will be blustery with wind and flurries. over the weekend, it will get downright frigid. if you thought last sunday was cold, brace yourself for a four
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eric: enjoy today while we have it. elizabeth: let's check in with shaina. shaina: we are accident-free. we have quite a few mobile speed units, all in des moines. 1400 west mlk, 41st and ingersoll, 1800 eastern boulevard, 4400 northeast 23rd avenue, and 4400 delaware avenue. eric: republican presidential candidates are convening in south carolina today for their first debate of the new year. we'll have a preview live from our washington, d.c. bureau next on kcci. >> phil hit the jackpot?
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eric: welcome back to kcci at 6:25. it is the first debate of the new year. tonight, the republican candidates for president square
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could be a game-changer with voting commencing in just a couple of week in iowa. elizabeth: nikole killion is live in washington with more on what to expect in commitment 2016. nikole: this is the republicans' sixth debate but the first of 2016 giving the candidates another chance to make an impression with voters before they get ready to cast ballots, in south carolina. a smaller stage will be set as only seven republican hopefuls are slated to appear in primetime. expect all eyes on the top two candidates ted cruz and donald , trump tangled in a neck and neck race in iowa, where voting begins in just over two weeks. as the other candidates jockey for position, rand paul is clamoring to get back in the mix after being booted to the undercard, along with carly fiorina. >> to go and be sent back to the little kids table which is what is happening to fiorina and now to rand paul, it's devastating because it is the network saying , you're not ready for primetime.
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asked the debate host fox , business network and the republican party to reconsider. but as of now, fox business said it didn't plan to give any candidate a second look. eric: we know on the republican side it has been a contentious race, but we understand the gop is bracing for this to go potentially all the way to convention. nikole: apparently, the rnc is preparing for the possibility of a contested convention if no clear nominee emerges. they say they are not doing this because of donald trump, they are only planning as a contingency. we do note today that rnc officials are expected to hold a conference outlining possibl scenarios. eric: nikole killion, live in washington for us. the undercard debate kicks off tonight in charleston at 5:00 and will include carly fiorina,
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the main debate will follow at 8:00 p.m. more new stories in our next half-hour we're closely , following an apparent terror attack in indonesia overnight. what happened and who may be responsible. plus powerball. the breaking news overnight of not one, not two but 3 winning tickets. and costly clog. an iowan has a warning for you read the label before you let it go down the drain. the common product that is really causing problems for plumbers ahead.
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>> the most-watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is "kcci 8 news this morning." eric: money, money, money, money. so many people wanting to win the powerball jackpot even bigger than they thought last night. elizabeth: $1.6 billion, we now know it will be split three ways. where the winning tickets were sold, and why iowa is not coming up empty-handed. there's a big winner here too, just ahead. good morning, everyone and welcome back, i'm elizabeth klinge.
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with shaina and metinka. did any of you guys get any number? i got one. shaina: i got one number. metinka: everybody is a winner with his great weather, 34 right now in des moines. there is a little bit of frost across northern iowa, but that will melt away this afternoon, with sunshine and 46 degrees. a beautiful day. temperatures by noon will already be in the 40's, headed for 46, and it is the nicest day and the next seven. temperatures plummet over the weekend. shaina: and right now, they're incredibly excited at this store in california. one of three winning tickets to powerball sold here. there were a total of three winning tickets for last night's record $1.6 billion jackpot. they were sold in california, tennessee and florida. lottery officials raised the jackpot again early this morning after adding up last-minute
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now you might not have won the jackpot here in iowa, but someone did win $2 million. the iowa lottery says that person matched the first five numbers, but missed powerball. that person also bought the power play, which doubled the winnings. we are still waiting to hear where in iowa that $2 million ticket was sold, so check your tickets again. so here are the numbers, 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 and powerball 10. now the three winning tickets mean the jackpot will be split three ways. saturday's powerball drawing may seem like a letdown but it's still big money, $40 million. and now switching gears to another developing story overnight, surveillance video shows one of three deadly explosions in jakarta, indonesia. isis has claimed responsibility for the terror attack. three suicide bombers targeted busy spots around the city, including a starbucks, and two gunmen attacked a police post. officials had been warning in recent weeks that islamic
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something. eric: this morning the family of , a woman killed in a murder suicide tells kcci in an exclusive interview they are working to keep her memory alive for her young son. >> he lost his everything. she was his absolute everything. eric: merso jusic is talking about his sister, mevlida dzananovic. nine months ago, police found her strangled to death in an urbandale apartment complex. officers say her boyfriend, former des moines police officer mersed dautovic, killed her and then killed himself. jusic tells kcci the couple had a history of domestic abuse and mevlida sought help just weeks before her death. also this morning, fellow iowans are thanking a waukee couple for being so open about the painful loss of their son. >> seeking help is not a sign of weakness, but a sign of strength. eric: dan and wanda lienemann say their 18-year-old son drew committed suicide.
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straight a's, was well liked, but silently he was struggling. the lienemanns say drew was an organ donor and they hope sharing his story can prevent other deaths. the story touching a lot of central iowans. one comment on our kcci facebook page comes from kim, " from a mother that lost her son to suicide, i am very sorry for your loss." and sarah, "i lost my father to suicide in 2012. i wish i could save every person even thinking of doing such a thing. my heart hurts for you." elizabeth: prosecutors will try again in may to try a man for murdering his girlfriend's young daughter. >> i am declaring a mistrial. council for the parties, no more outbursts or i will clear the courtroom. elizabeth: as you heard the , judge declaring a mistrial for joe lopez after two and a half days of testimony. the little girl's mother nisa
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morning and testified lopez had sexually assaulted her, a claim the judge said would unfairly sway the jury. also new this morning, a safer way to cross the street. emmy victor is live from west des moines to tell us more. emmy: photojournalist zachery hayes and i admit we have seen a couple of traffic lights like this across the metro, and were not sure how it works. this one is a lot different. it is called a hawk pedestrian sign, a new way that people are crossing the street. you click the button like you normally would at a typical intersection. instead of the lights going from green to yellow to red, you can see the flashing yellow light. those eventually stop and turn
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turn red, when a person is signal to cross the street. when the person is done crossing, drivers can go through . what is special about this light is that when someone does not click the button, you can cross. the begins show a dark picture. this is important in residential areas, especially in areas where they might not need a full intersection. >> you put a traffic signal in an intersection where it is not warranted or needed, that actually slows things down for vehicles on the side street and four vehicles on the main street. emmy: there are two in des moines, one in west des moines, they are building a second one on 50th and wistful vista. live in west des moines, emmy victor, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader. eric: around iowa this morning some gun owners are defending their right to openly carry
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the iowa conservative union meets monthly at this cedar rapids godfather's restaurant. the group discusses local conservative leaders with a sharp focus on the second amendment while they have some pizza. members say the meetings also give new permit holders an opportunity to ask questions. and become more comfortable with openly carrying a weapon in public places. >> what's nice about this is if you are not used to normally carry, maybe you got your permit and you are new at it. here is a place you can come in, have your gun on your hip exposed, and you can carry. when you're around a bunch of people it becomes normal. eric: the group says they're hoping to boost attendance at open carry nights in 2016. elizabeth: in north liberty a , sewer backup into a homeowner's basement cost him thousands of dollars in damage. the home's water detectors went off early allowing the family to stop the flooding before it got even worse. the city immediately came to the house to investigate, and found multiple non-flushable items in the sewer main that caused the
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>> we believe they were the adult version of the wet wipes that are being marketed as flushable and disposable when they really are not. elizabeth: so take note, read those labels carefully. city officials say this has happened several times in the past couple years. just ahead, the slow speed chase that's baffling authorities still hours later. phone is ringing and it is not? it's an actual syndrome we'll explain ahead. and a pretty good moment on last night's late late show see what song adele really likes to jam to in the car, ahead on kcci. metinka: the forecast is going it because temperatures take a tumble tomorrow. freezing situation we usually have.
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mixmaster, no slowd metinka: it is a warm start, 32
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headed for sunshine, 46 this afternoon, even warmer than it was yesterday. temperatures will be taking a big nosedive as we head toward the weekend. tomorrow, temperatures start to tumble but over the weekend as when the cold temperatures start to arrive. eric: take a look at this new video this morning. actually, you have the first story. shaina: more new stories just in this morning, we're learning three americans were killed in honduras. the bus they were riding in veered off a road and fell into a gully. they were all women, all aid workers ages 20, 21, and 45. at least 12 more americans were injured in the crash.
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new video of a very big very unusual drug bust. u.s. border patrol officers in texas say drug smugglers hid marijuana in this large shipment of carrots. nearly packages of pot a street 3000 value of nearly half a million dollars. shaina: and another kind of baffling story you're looking at , a slow-speed chase involving a semi in garland, texas. investigators say the driver was supposed to be hauling fresh produce to maryland, but the company lost contact with him. police tried to pull him over but he refused not speeding, only going about 30 miles per hour. he finally stopped when he ran out of road and it took another 90 minutes for him to get out of the truck. no word on what exactly was going on. elizabeth: of course the other , developing story this morning powerball. , as you can see we're all here . we did not win. eric: if you missed it, three winning tickets were sold . the jackpot jumped again to $1.6
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the winning tickets were in california, florida, and tennessee. elizabeth: but even if you didn't win the really big money, check those tickets carefully. get this, every year about $2 billion in lottery prizes go unclaimed. many of those tickets are worth between one dollar and five dollars, but 114 prizes worth $1 million or more went unclaimed last year. some may just forget, but others may not even realize they have a winning ticket. there's an app for that. lotto lotto tells you if you have a winning ticket. another good one, lottery hub . that's the official app for the mega millions and powerball games. shaina: can you imagine realizing you have a $1 million ticket laying around? ok, so i have to ask if you have this problem do you ever think , your cell phone is ringing or vibrating when it's really not? they've even come up with some
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also phantom vibration syndrome. you reach for your phone, certain it's ringing only to find out it is a false alarm. a study of college students in they felt the phantom phone sensations. psychologists say it's tied to a text or someone trying to reach us. we may be too dependent on our devices. away, and go about your business. we know some of you like us weren't able to stay up late last night, so we wanted to show you that much-talked about moment on "the late, late show" with james corden carpool karaoke with adele. enjoy the rewind, and we'll be
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very cold ones next on kcci. >> weather is never more than five minutes away, only on "kcci 8 news this morning." metinka: good morning, it is a great start. we have warm temperatures for
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readings already into the mid-30's. north of highway 30, you will probably have some frost to scrape off your windshield. some clouds are starting to break up across southwest iowa, we will see sunshine this afternoon. across minnesota and north dakota is where the snow is flying, and that is headed in our direction. warm temperatures today, 15 degrees to warm. the cold front dives in later this evening and overnight with flurries in the central part of the state. this is the leading edge for all of that cold air, so we need to soak up these 40's. 46 this afternoon. the cold air to the north today will be settling in by tomorrow, and turning even colder by the
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in des moines, 34 degrees, a few clouds, headed for 46 degrees. friday, temperatures will be falling throughout the afternoon . it is going to be windy with a strong northwest wind. a few flurries in the morning. saturday will be cold, with another round of snow by the evening and overnight. eric: let's hope for a great commute. shaina: things are looking great . no accidents, slowdowns, or closures. just have mobile speed units to tell you about. 1400 west mlk, 41st and ingersoll, 1800 easton boulevard , 4400 northeast 20 3rd avenue,
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eric: news eric: news to go time, 6:53.
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know before you go. elizabeth: starting with shaina and powerball. shaina: at least three people are waking up incredibly rich this morning. danielle nottingham is in california, where one of the winning tickets was sold. danielle: crowds of california residents descended onto this 7-eleven store in chino hills late into the night, where at least one, golden powerball ticket was sold. >> i live down the street. what are the odds? i could have one. danielle: those who didn't win still came to the store to celebrate, even congratulated this store clerk who admitted he has no idea who the winner is. >> it's my pleasure. i'm very proud, and i'm very excited too. danielle: the 7-eleven clerk says this store sold thousands of dollars worth of tickets over the last few days as powerball fever took over the country. jackpot-winning tickets were also sold in florida and tennessee, meaning the big payoff will at least be split three ways. california state lottery officials plan to head to the 7-eleven in chino hills today, hoping that the state's winner
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danielle nottingham, cbs news, chino hills, california. shaina: those three winners will split the 1.3 billion dollar jackpot. and we've learned one iowan matched the first five numbers, but missed the powerball. they also selected powerplay so that ticket is worth $2 million. we should find out exactly where that ticket was sold later this morning. again the winning numbers, 4, 8 19, 27, 34, powerball, 10. elizabeth: hillary clinton losing her lead in iowa. a new des moines register poll now puts bernie sanders within two percentage points of clinton. the poll has clinton with 42%, sanders with 40%. maryland governor martin o'malley, far behind with 4%. a full 14% of likely democratic caucus-goers say they are still undecided. the caucuses now two and a half weeks away. eric: the register also has a new republican poll. ted cruz is on top with 25%. donald trump in second with 22%. marco rubio 12% and ben carson has 11%.
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digits. tonight voters will hear from , the republicans as they debate in south carolina. seven candidates will appear on the mainstage on the fox business network. we've also learned the republican national committee is considering the possibility of a contested convention if no clear nominee emerges. party officials will hold a briefing today outlining different scenarios. elizabeth: we will get a brief glimpse at spring this afternoon. metinka: already this morning you will notice a difference, 34 in des moines, headed for 46 degrees with sunshine, lots of melting, and the southwest wind. temperatures will be tumbling tomorrow, with wind and a few flurries over the weekend. that is when the heart of the cold air really settles in, with highs struggling to make it to five degrees. shaina: enjoy that warm weather.
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northeast 94th avenue. in the middle of the metro, things are looking just fine, seven minutes to get downtown from the west mix master and six minutes from the east. eric: even though you did not win the powerball, we hope you have a great day. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers.
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people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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