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overnight fire, how neighbors came together to help the family and the damaged that remains this morning. eric: the first homicide of 2016. the ongoing investigation in search of the killer. >> you are watching kcci eight news. eric: the cyclones are on a roll right now as they prepare for a big monday in ames tonight. kansas is coming to town. good morning. elizabeth: we want to get right over to metinka for the forecast. metinka: those roads will be affected today. we are already noticing across northwest iowa, roads are getting icy and slippery. patchy, freezing drizzle will be developing across western iowa and to the north. we will be of above freezing so we will see a light drizzle event switching over to snow this afternoon.
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happens and roadways will become slippery so the evening commute will be slower than the morning when. eric: expect slick conditions as the winter weather advisory take affect. so far in the metro this morning, everything looks to be ok. this is a live look. a little reflection in the pavement. everyone is going the speed limit. let us look at statewide road conditions as well. different picture in the northwestern part of the state. more color moving in where the flurries are flying. pink means completely covered. blue means partially covered. conditions are spreading across the state. elizabeth: major airlines have canceled hundreds of flights for today as the east coast tries to
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amtrak is operating a reduced number of trades and bus service is expected to be limited around the region today. some of the heaviest snow ended up over new york city and long island. 26 inches in central part. the second-biggest snowstorm for new york since records began. american airlines has said that seven people were taken to the hospital following a turbulence situation. the aircraft landed safely in canada on sunday where it was met with paramedics. the boeing 767 was carrying 192 passengers. authorities in california are following every lead as a contact for three escaped inmates. they still did -- do not know all the details on how the men got out of the prison in santa ana. they repelled for stories down from the roof.
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authorities are offering a reward for any information leading to their arrest. still no arrests in the first homicide of 2016. norma jean mcneely was found in the basement of her home on high knar roads. authorities were initially called to the home for a welfare check. authorities say her death was while it in the crime scene stretches west run the home across southeast 14th street. >> it is a large crime scene. evidence we first saw at the home we were able to follow quite a distance. as a process the scene come it took them to an area across the street. elizabeth: we're told the police detectives are making progress in the investigation. fire officials are investigating two overnight fires.
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firefighters say one side of the building was on fire when they arrived at around 1:45 a.m. this morning. neighbors helped the owners board up the windows overnight. fire investigators are working to determine the cause. in marshalltown, fire investigators are trying to find what sparked the blaze at the port processing plants. they believe the fire started in the furnace area that they were able to contain it to the roof. they are working to assess the damage. eric: a high-speed chase ends with one man in custody sunday. 34-year-old jesse leach was driving a stolen maroon sedan. he was hold over for speeding along the highway 65 ipass. he took off toward des moines. police eventually caught up to him in the union pacific rail
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an altercation involved several different people sending five to the hospital. all of their injuries are considered non-life-threatening. elizabeth: we are now just one week away from the iowa and caucuses and the candidates are coming out in whole force. on sunday, hillary clinton pointed to her leadership experience to set herself apart. some people waited hours to get inside. clinton has voters who are still shopping around should be looking for someone the nation can rely on in dire times. >> you see what happened in paris and in san bernardino. americans want to know the person they make president can deal with these issues and threats. elizabeth: the latest cnn poll shows bernie sanders leading clinton by eight points. more stars stomping for hillary in iowa.
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people on sunday. she says clinton is the only real democrat in the race. she is supporting her because of her intelligence and experience. she will also be in newton this morning. eric: clinton will join martin o'malley and bernie sanders this evening in the metro at drake university. cnn is hosting the town hall for them. we will carry that the event live. it starts tonight at 8:00. on the republican side, donald trump is on top here in iowa. 34% of likely caucus-goers support the billionaire businessman. ted cruz is in second with 23% support. marco rubio, 12%. the poll was taken january 18 through the 21st. bernie sanders and martin o'malley and clinton all have
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rick santorum, ted cruz, mike huckabee, and marco rubio will all be in our state today. it is 6:07 a.m. and as you are going to work this morning, there are no problems on the roads. >> the weather is still off to our west. there is a big hand of snow from north platte to balentine. the system will be swinging through the state today. it is now in grand island, nebraska. once the wind shifts, you can expect the temperatures to tumble. now, coming in from the north. here in des moines, our breeze is coming in from the east. roads in central iowa are mainly wrecked -- wet. headed to 36 degrees around noon time today. colder air will arrive this
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starting this morning, local school age kids will be getting first-hand knowledge about what to do if disaster strikes. eric: this after several house fires have devastated local communities in the last few weeks. alex: it is called the pillowcase project. it originated after hurricane katrina. it helps teach kids how to prepare and cope with a disaster. the american red cross is teaming up with mercy college sending 45 mercy students to present life-saving tips. they will be heading to johnston schools and a couple of des moines schools. nationally, the program focuses on home fires. families are encouraged to work together to gather supplies in an easy to carry kit like a backpack or pillowcase. it is recommended they put food, water, a blanket, cash and a
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>> they have had a situation that they need to cope with such as a natural hazard or home fire. how do we strengthen the community through nursing and helping our students? >> this is a win for mercy students as well. having this experience will make them more marketable. how to help kids cope when disaster strikes. elizabeth: still ahead, a big blowout by one team on nfl sunday and a last-minute win for another. who will be squaring off for super bowl 50. eric: the super -- the hawkeyes are on top. elizabeth: another food illness outbreak. the latest investigation by the cdc. we will tell you what to look for just ahead.
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>> this is i was banks news leader. . with eric hanson, elizabeth, meteorologist curtis and right now coverage with shaina humphries. >> good morning, we are tracking the next weather maker and it is heading right towards iowa. a little bit of a wintry mix now near grand island. it is all headed in our direction. the purple shaded counties are the winter weather advisory and it will be in effect until midnight tonight. we expected to start as freezing drizzle and then transition to snow.
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fog around this morning and that is why the roads are damp. in des moines, 36 will be our high temp today. that will transition over to snow by mid to late afternoon. we are expecting about an inch of snow accumulation. it will be blowing around also in time for the evening commute. elizabeth: in southern china, one city received their first snowfall in about seven decades. a snow for -- a cold snap continues to bite in asia. china has issued its second-highest weather alert. in other news, isis has released a video that showed the extremists that carried out the deadly attacks in paris. the group also threatened to attack the u.k. all nine militants in the video
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eric: we are less than two weeks away from super bowl 50. quite the finish in the afc title game. the denver broncos played the patriots. a missed extra point for the patriots early on had them behind the eight ball. this touchdown pass kept them in. last chance. fourth and goal. tom brady pass to gronkowski but they had to go for two and tom brady was picked off. 20-18, denver goes to the super bowl. in the nfc, the championship game was not in question. cam newton led carolina to a blowout win over the arizona cardinals. newton had four touchdowns. carson palmer through four picks. arizona phil hard. here is what is next.
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panthers against the broncos, february 7 in santa clara, california. you can catch that game right here at 5:30 p.m. scott will be at the game and he will bring us live super bowl coverage during february 4. elizabeth: how about those red-hot hawkeyes. they have one bank 13 straight big ten games dating back to last year. the last time this happened was the 1969-1970 season. sunday was the latest big win for iowa, against purdue. purdue led her to 3-30 at the half. the hawkeyes then went on a 23-6 run to start the second half. 83-71 is a final. >> it is a great start but we still have a lot of work left.
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elizabeth: here's where they stand out, tied for first in the big ten with the hoosiers. they hit the road this week that they are back in iowa's city on sunday against northwestern. the cyclones take on kansas. the jayhawks may be the top dog in the big 12 but iowa state has won the last three of their five. expect some big changes in the college cold tonight. last monday, the number one oklahoma sooners fell to the cyclones plus the jayhawks fell to oklahoma state and the spartans failed to nebraska. eric: economic headlights. the average gas price has plunged $.14 over the last two weeks. down to $1.91 nationwide. the latest decline is the lowest
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it is $.16 cheaper than it was a year ago. in the metro, you can get a gallon of gas for $1.67. on friday, rising oil prices dave the market a little boost to energy cap -- energy companies. the nasdaq climbed 119 on friday. 2015 was the best year for home sales in nearly a decade. purchases of previously owned homes jumped 14.7% in december alone in part because of warmer weather and strong job growth. the group predicts sales will slow down because interest rates will go up this year. elizabeth: check that salad package. the cdc is investigating a list year he a breakout. one person has died and 12 have been hospitalized.
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and presidents choice. with the letter a. one big bang now employs more women than men, barclays. 51% of their workers are now women. men it still make up the there. eric: 6:19 a.m. no snow outside. no trouble getting to work it will be this evening that we have things going on. metinka: futurecast. 8:00 a.m., like wintry mix moved in across southwest iowa. freezing drizzle and light snow mix especially near fort dodge. temperatures will be added are above freezing in des moines for a short window of time. we will see some drizzle. that will be followed by freezing drizzle moving in
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fort dodge will continue to get light snow or wintry mix. a great day out there with pockets of fog. 3:00 p.m., the transition will occur and we will switch back to light snow continuing through the evening commute. with wind, we could have limited visibility. travel later on today will be slower than it will be this morning. we are not expecting much icing, maybe some glazing in southwestern iowa. hundreds of an inch of ice accumulation. at this point, it is still really quiet here in central iowa. we will have missed in with the fog. the main system is still off to the west and it will be pulling in here this afternoon. frosty conditions shaping up already across northwestern iowa.
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be careful. winter weather advisory continues for these purple shaded counties until midnight from des moines southeast where temperatures will be key today to determine what type of precipitation we will get. we are heading to 36 degrees around noon time. that will be dragging in light snow and creating slippery areas on the roads. tomorrow will be blustery and cooler followed by a warming trend. elizabeth: let us see what we can look forward to out on the roads. shaina: no problems. easy morning commute. not the best evening commute. your morning drive should be just fine. no problems to report. no slowdowns. some mobile speed minutes. franklin avenue. guthrie avenue.
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how the east coast is as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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elizabeth: welcome back. to the nation's capital now where millions of people are continuing to dig out this morning after the massive blizzard. eric: nikole killion is live. nikole: as always, passengers are encouraged to check with their carrier regarding their flights no matter what city you are in or where you are traveling to. we can tell you if you do have plans to come to the east coast, a limited service has resumed in cities like baltimore, philadelphia and new york and this morning we also expect our two washington area airports to reopen so that metis some travel backlog. also, anyone traveling along the east coast via amtrak, we know
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available and that is expected to be the case again today. elizabeth: how much snow did you get in washington? nikole: you can see the landscape behind me. our official tally was just under 18 inches that there is some dispute over that because other parts of the city got much more than that. 20 plus inches where i live. i sell 27 inches. unclear why there is such a disparity. the device the use to measure the snow is somehow got lost during the storm so weather observers insist the reading is still accurate in spite of the conditions but probably some more investigation needs to go on to figure out what happens. eric: how is everyone reacting on the streets? nikole: everyone is dealing with cabin fever and folks are
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people are having a lot of fun in it also especially if they do not have to go to work or school. we see people building snowmen along the national mall and kids got to sled on capitol hill. it had been be up for a long time but it was allowed. whenever we have big snowstorms, there is typically a big snowball fight and that was the case over the weekend. this one was themed after the movie star wars, although it was called snow wars, a snowball strikes back. elizabeth: making the most of it. thank you. eric: much more ahead, we will tell you about an overnight fire that damaged a des moines home overnight. a new isis video may show hints
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the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. elizabeth: right now at 6:30, watching the weather. a wintry mix affecting parts of
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where you live i. eric: and overnight fire. we'll show you the damage done to a des moines home while you were sleeping and show you a new effort to make sure families are prepared for these emergencies. >> the most-watched morning news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news this morning. eric: and in case you missed it, we revealed big news earlier this morning. you might say we're breaking some news of our own. we'll clue you in on the big announcement just ahead. worth sticking around for this monday morning, january 25. i'm eric hanson. elizabeth: i'm elizabeth klinge along with shaina and metinka. the first big news is the snow moving in quickly. metinka: looking at a wintry mix as you head out early this morning and into the afternoon hours. we have a little bit of light fog. the moisture is collecting on the roads. across northern iowa, they are freezing on the roads.
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27 here in des moines. we do not have much wind, but it will all be changing. that light freezing drizzle will become more common across central iowa. by noon, we will head our high of 36. temperatures will be tumbling this afternoon and the light wintry mix will switch over to snow. the evening commute tonight will be a lot slower than the morning commute. eric: we are watching weather conditions live across the state. here is a live picture from our trafficam at i-80 and jordan nothing here yet, but we did see trucks out pre-treating the roads overnight. now look at this dot picture from the sioux city area. things are different there. snapped just now, pretty telling all iced over there, can't even see through all the ice. and checking statewide road conditions, it is showing completely covered roads in northwest iowa right now. blue is partially covered. north union is two hours late today.
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air, online, on your mobile app. you'll find our interactive radar, traffic alerts, plus frequent forecast updates from the team you trust here at kcci. shaina: and right now, millions of people on the east coast are getting ready to try to get back to work today. but that might be tricky, as many roads there are still very slick and snow-covered. two feet of snow in washington, d.c., and new york city also got more than a foot. the most snow fell in glengary, west virginia. they got 42 inches. because of all this, federal offices are closed again today. airlines also still canceling flights even here. one 6:00 a.m. flight to d.c. out of des moines is showing a 3-hour delay this morning. at least 30 deaths are being blamed on the storm in ten states. also right now, analysts are looking very carefully at a new isis propaganda video showing final messages from the 9 paris attackers. the video shows the attackers killing isis prisoners, but the victims' identities are not known. analysts say the video appears to signal that their next target
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people were injured by's by severe turbulence on an american airlines plane flying from miami to milan. >> it was a very strong bump. the pilot said he never took a bump like that, never ever. >> rolled on its side, everything went flying, yeah, so it was pretty intense. shaina: just a few of the passengers talking about the wild ride. the turbulence so intense, the pilot made an emergency landing in newfoundland. three flight attendants and 4 passengers are still hospitalized this morning. elizabeth: back here, we have been checking with des moines police and no arrests yet in the latest homicide -- an elderly woman found dead in her home. >> we are gathering a lot of physical evidence that is going real well for us. elizabeth: 71-year-old norma jean mcneely was found at 1413 pioneer road early sunday morning. police were called there on a welfare check. police say it's a very large crime scene with a lot of evidence to process. neighbors told us mcneely kept to herself and lived with her
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two overnight fires to tell you about -- this one at east 32nd court and aurora near grandview little league on des moines' east side. firefighters say one side of the building was on fire when they arrived around 1:45 a.m. some nice neighbors helped the owners board up their windows overnight. everyone got out safely. no cause just yet. and in marshalltown, fire investigators are trying to find what sparked a blaze at the jbs pork processing plant. officials said the fire appeared to have started in the furnace area, but they were able to contain it to the roof. no injuries reported. with so many fires in iowa the past few weeks, officials are starting a new effort today to make sure families are prepared. kcci's alyx sacks is in the newsroom. what's going to be happening, alyx? alyx: for the first time as part of the curriculum, lung yokel students will be learning how to prepare and cope after disaster strikes.
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this student because in times of emergency, we tend to panic and it gives them resources on staying calm as well as having their family members stay, as well. alyx: the pill case project is a preparedness education program for children in grades third fifth, which teaches children about personal and family preparedness. the american red cross is central iowa is teaming up with mercy college and will send 45 mercy students to present life-saving tips to school kids. the program focuses on home fires, which is the most common disaster someone may face. they encourage families to work together together supplies in an easy to carry kit like a backpack or pillowcase. inside those kits, they recommend food, water, a blanket, cash, and a third first aid kit could they will make it to lovejoy elementary in
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alyx sacks, kcci, iowa's news leader could. elizabeth: and new numbers just out show the importance of being prepared. "the des moines register" reports there have been 184 fire-related deaths in iowa in in more than one-third of those, there were no working fire eric: commitment 2016 now -- 7 days. , caucuses will be the first real test for the presidential candidates. and you can expect to see many of them crisscrossing the state as they try to get as many votes as they can. nine candidates are in iowa today. over the weekend, republican frontrunner donald trump took credit for a rival's rise in the polls. >> i was the best thing that ever happened to bernie sanders because my attack on hillary. all of a sudden, she went down and sanders got all the credit for it. right? this guy, i mean this guy, bernie sanders, give me a break. eric: trump speaking in muscatine on sunday. a new fox news poll shows trump with 34% support in iowa. ted cruz second with 23%.
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trump's, hillary clinton, had some words of warning for her republican opponent. >> you cannot be shooting off your mouth when you're the president of the united states. you need to be careful, thoughtful, be reliable in what you say. eric: clinton was speaking in north liberty on sunday. she has several stops in the state today. her fellow democratic candidates, bernie sanders and martin o'malley, are also in iowa today with several planned stops. and tonight, all 3 will be at a town hall forum at drake university. you can watch that live on our sub-channel 8.3 my des moines, starting at 8:00 p.m. for the republicans, ben carson, ted cruz, carly fiorina, mike huckabee, marco rubio, and rick santorum will all have campaign events in iowa today. that big announcement we've been teasing you with is coming up next. elizabeth: can't wait. plus, gettin' in the game. a police officer called to this neighborhood basketball game, but it's what he does next that has gone viral with millions of
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metinka: a wintry messes has our way today. we will start off with freezing drizzle that will switch over to light snow. travis will be impacted -- traffic will be impacted this afternoon. shaina: but not this morning. we should not run into any issues and we have not had accidents yet. should be in good hands of your heading out anytime soon. looking at highway 65 and the
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eye metinka: it is 27 now in des moines and freezing drizzle will develop throughout the morning hours. the roads will become a little bit slippery as the weather is moving from the west and northwest. by once in des moines, temperatures near 36 degrees. a little bit of drizzle and that will switch over to freezing
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temperatures will be following this afternoon. by the evening commute, the roads will likely be slippery across the state. be extra careful if you are traveling later on. shaina: new this morning -- check it out. the empire state building lit up in super bowl colors this morning. the denver broncos will play the carolina panthers on super bowl sunday, february 7. eric: carolina beat the arizona cardinals 49-15 to earn the bowl trip. that one was not even close. and denver just edged out new england 20-18. that was quite again yesterday. the big game at levi's stadium in santa clara, california should be a good one. and you can watch it right here on kcci. elizabeth: it didn't take long for this funny meme to hit the internet. steve harvey congratulating the patriots on their trip to the super bowl er, wait -- shaina: he will never live that down. well, did you catch the big announcement over the weekend? ragbrai is going south this summer. this year's route starts in glenwood goes through
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washington, and muscatine. a lot of the cyclists' comments so far seem to be about the pretty hilly route. compared to most years. ragbrai starts july 23. eric: speaking of announcements, we made a big one earlier this morning. elizabeth: in case you missed this is a video from my vacation a couple weeks ago. >> do you hear something? ["jump around" by house of pain plays] eric: so excited, elizabeth! elizabeth: the end of june is the due date right now.
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girl. we will find out in a few weeks, but i'm sure everyone will be able to offer their opinions or if they are getting any vibes one way or the other. eric: now that everybody knows, they can enjoy the excitement with you. elizabeth: it is more real now that everybody knows. it's exciting. eric: well, we wanted to show you a viral video now. a gainesville, florida police officer was called to a neighborhood on a noise complaint. turns out some kids were playing basketball in the street. instead of reprimanding them, he joins in. he plays for a bit and then tells them next time he'll bring back-up. well, he does come back and his back-up is basketball star shaquille o'neal. the kids went crazy when they saw him. they played a pickup game and had a great time. shaina: that's a day they will never forget.
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across southeast iowa, we will have a rain or drizzle of it. that will be switching back over to freezing drizzle and snow as we head toward midafternoon. by 3:00, snowflakes will be flying across central iowa. that will continue into the evening commute before coming to an end around 9:00 p.m.. alike glazing of freezing drizzle will create slippery roadways out there. that will be followed by an inch or snow -- or so of snow. the radar is not picking up on worcester, but we have fog out there that has led to moisture condensing and freezing on the roads. the main system is still from minnesota through nebraska. it will work its way through the east by the mid afternoon hours. the dot is reporting icy roadways across northwest iowa. be careful if you're getting an early start this morning. foggy conditions are improving. as you can see here from one of our webcams up there, the roads are looking a little bit icy. we have a winter weather
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purple shaded counties. so far, it does not include polk county. right now in des moines, light fog and 27 degrees with that patchy freezing drizzle to the northwest. it will all switch over to light snow by been afternoon. the wind will be picking up. will be falling later on today. slippery across parts of the state. tuesday is looking blustery and chilly. a big warm up is on the way. after a messy monday, we will look forward to the 40's. eric: sounds like this morning will be better than the drive times this afternoon. shaina: no problems so far and the accident. we are starting to see slowdowns, but that is the usual morning traffic congestion starting out. nothing major so far that will slow you down. we do have mobile speed units. franklin avenue is the first and
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heading downtown from the west, one at mlk and grant. here's a polk county unit outside of ankeny. here's another one at 200 northwest 100 18th avenue. elizabeth: news to go time next. updating the investigation into des moines' first homicide, and
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eric: news to go time. our kcci morning team ready with all the big stories you need to know before you go. elizabeth: we want to start with the search for a killer in des moines. 71-year-old normal jean mcneeley was found dead in the basement of her home here on pioneer road early sunday. police say it was a violent death and the crime scene is large with a lot of evidence to process. it is des moines' first homicide of the year. eric: now to the search for a cause of this overnight fire at 3243 northeast aurora in des moines. one entire side of the home was on fire when firefighters arrived about 1:45 am. no injuries and no cause yet. another fire at the jbs pork processing plant in marshalltown. authorities say it started in the furnace area. again, no injuries reported. elizabeth: today, lawmakers in the iowa house may debate education funding.
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has proposed a 2.45% increase in funding for k-12. some lawmakers and district leaders say that's not enough. shaina: the iowa caucuses one week from today and 9 presidential candidates will be in the state today trying to get your support. republicans ben carson, ted cruz, carly fiorina, mike huckabee, marco rubio, and rick santorum all have campaign events in iowa. democrats hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley also have events planned. and tonight, they'll be at drake university for a televised town hall forum. we'll show that live on our sub channel 8.3 my des moines at 8:00 p.m. eric: big game coming up tonight for iowa state and fans are freezing for their chance to get in to hilton coliseum. this picture posted on facebook of fans in tents, all wanting against kansas -- the jayhawks, a big rival. we will have live reports at 5:00, 6:00, and 10:00 from the hilton. tip time is 8:00, and it will be on espn.
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slick in northwest iowa. we are keeping an eye on conditions up there. want to share this photo from the dot in sioux city. you can see on i-29 just one lane open. others covered in ice and snow. a look at 511 -- has gotten more colorful throughout the morning, spreading further into the northwestern corner. inc. means completely covered and blue means partially covered all in that corner of the state. parts of iowa are under a winter weather advisory. metinka has the update on that for us. metinka: the weather will get worse as the day goes on. not too bad in the central part of the state. we have fine mist and fog. that will be switching over to freezing drizzle this morning followed by light snow in the mid to late afternoon. the roads may be in ok shape now in des moines. the evening commute is probably going to take you a little while longer than it usually does. here's that winter weather advisory. so far, it does not include polk
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we will update you to that you know if you are included. temperatures will stay below freezing so we have that freezing drizzle with an inch of snow. to the southeast, it may be drizzle. it will be a blustery and chilly day tomorrow, but better days are the forecast. 40's on tap by the end of the week. shaina: the 40's look great. your morning commute should be just fine. if you are heading north west or anything like that, be ready for that weather. your evening commute might be slower, but right now, your drive times are normal. seven minutes downtown to get to the west mix master. 11 minutes as always to get downtown from ankeny. 25 from a dell and 29 for newton. eric: thank you for joining us. we are in the home stretch before the caucuses.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, january 25th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." millions dig out after the blizzard of 2016. washington, d.c. is still shut down. parts of the jersey shore are under water. donald trump retakes the lead in iowa, one week before the caucuses, but could another
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