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state and kansas. it's monday january 25th.. today in iowa starts now.... patchy dense fog and freezing drizzle are possible this morning. a winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 am to midnight for areas along and north of i-80. temperatures are starting off mild, but will drop slowly throughout the early afternoon hours, so precipitation will start as a mixture of rain and freezing drizzle and transition over to light snow during the afternoon. snow totals will be less than 1" but roads still have the potential to be slick due to the mix of precipitation types. the rest of the week looks dry and mild as temperatures will trend much warmer...even lower to middle 40s will be possible by the end of the work week and beginning
final frontier this morning... we're now exactly one week away from iowa's first in the nation caucus... and tonight all three democratic contenders come together in the metro for a cnn town hall. that's where we find channel 13's josh nguyen this morning. josh, this is the last time iowans will see these three side-by-side before caucus... is that right? setup started friday morning. a group of students were involved in the production. they were able to shadow all elements setup. classes will need to be canceled to accommodate with secret service. monday is the first day of class for students. tonight, all three democratic presidential candidates take part in a town hall in des moines. the prime time event will be hosted by the iowa democratic party and drake university. c-n-n anchor chris cuomo will be the moderator for the event. it will air from 8 to 10 p-m on
experience out of the three democratic candidates. hillary clinton is also getting a boost from the boston globe. the newspaper announced its pick yesterday... saying it "enthusiastically endorses her in the february 9th democratic primary in new hampshire." they go on to say she'd make a better president than her democratic rival, senator bernie sanders. they did not announce a pick for a republican candidate. the one week deadline is showing along the republican campaign trial as well... here's a look at today's parade of g-o-p contenders.... rick santorum... ben carson... ted cruz... mike huckabee... marco rubio... carly fiorina plus all three democratic candidates head to iowa. between the nine of them, they'll make 31 stops before the day is up. the campaign trail wasn't so rosy for one republican yesterday...
donald trump was greeted with not only a crowd of supporters --- but protestors. two were escorted out by police --- as they held up a sign saying "no hate" . while some people there said his rhetoric is too strong ---others said he's the leader america needs.. 10:27:40 if children in this building spoke the way he does... they would be sent out of the classroom. 10:50:41 we need somebody to change our country...bring jobs... somebody smart. someone who can lead our country. an average of the latest polls from real clear politics has trump leading an average of the latest polls from real clear politics has trump leading the pack in iowa... with senator ted cruz five points behind. one group is asking you to keep your kids in mind when you head out on caucus night... the "save the children action network," is a state-wide campaign to get both sides talking about early childhood education. the group has been knocking on doors for months.... trying to sway voters to pick the candidates it thinks will be champions for issues like
education seem to be left out of the conversation. the group won't endorse a specific candidate, but they say they hope to make an impact on caucus night. one-hundred and fifty iowans are finally back home this morning... after being stuck in a twenty-three hour long traffic jam... the group was traveling back from a rally in washington d.c. when winter storm jonas hit... channel 13's reid chandler has the story. 17:08:47 "we were worried, because you have to get up in the mountains and get over that, and we didn't get over that." - john fries - lutheran pastor even before 150 iowans left des moines for the "march for life" rally in washington, they had a feeling the approaching winter storm was going to be a problem. 17:11:15 "it just shows you the dedication that we have of folks who really see and understand the value of life, and the dignity of human life. but you know, we were vigilant. we were watching the weather, we knew this storm was impending, and it actually did cut our trip short." - maggie dewitte - executive director, iowans for life a caravan of three charter buses, transporting a mix of pro-life iowans from multiple churches and hools, found itself stuck on the pennsylvania turnpike on the return trip home... a traffic jam lasting twenty- three hours.17:11:42 "at firs it was a little devastating to think, 'oh gosh, re we are, what are we going to do?' but adidn't last long. let me tell you, that group was amazing." - maggie dewitte - executive director, ws for life organizers and
couldn't dampen the rm smiles of this grp.23 hours allows plenty of time for creativity...including an tdoor catholic mass, made out of snow.:11:56 "the kids, the chaperones,h st really ose to make it a siaonat cou be positive andmoraeor the kids. having a mass, t in the snow ilt by a snow altar - i mean, you can't get much better than that." - maggie dewitte - executive director, iowans for lifeholding on to tifth in d...these iowans say they believe there was a rpose to their day-long wait. 17:07:17 "i think the events of e ghway bnsck out overnight and everything got us tional attention that the march itself didn't even get! so that was a essing." - john fries theran pastor leaving d-c r to try and beat the orm,aor john fries says dsed them to save lives.:07:50 "you know, they took r hotel rooms that we gave t had already paid foto try to get out in me, angave those to the melessn shington d.c. to help them get rough e blizzard. so, god es work in mysterious ways." - john fries - lutheran pastorre, stepping down on iowa ound does feel go.:12:41 "it's great to be home, it was great to see family and iends and belcomed back into iowa." - maggie wte - executiverector, iowans f life but the experience - while notreenis one they say they'll cherish forever. 17:17:04 "one the boys said that he would it again. he was like, 'i
the investigation started around 4-30 yesterday morning... that's when police found a woman's body in the 14-hundred block of pioneer road.. the woman has been identified as 71- year-old norma jean mcneeley... investigators have not released any other information about her death... and they do not have a suspect at this time... additional information is set to
iowa gun buyers are being asked to be patient this morning... that's because the state is seeing an influx in sales and permit applications... in polk county, permit apps shot up by about 1-thousand last month. and area gun dealers say their sales have spiked by up to 30 percent since november. they say it's partly due to president obama's move to crack down on gun laws. cyclone fans are ready for another big monday to remember. so ready they're camped out waiting for it... dozens of tents stretch three-fourths of the way around hilton coliseum. we introduced these student campers friday.. and they're still there braving the cold. some have been camped out since last monday. even a fire inside one of the tents on friday morning couldn't keep them away. it's all in the name of getting the best seat possible when kansas comes to town. it's not too bad... we're hanging in there. it's freezing cold out here but you meet new people. and with
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.
patchy dense fog and freezing drizzle are possible this morning. a winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 am to midnight for areas along and north of i-80. temperatures are starting off mild, but will drop slowly throughout the early afternoon hours, so
precipitation will start as a mixture of rain and freezing drizzle and transition over to light snow during the afternoon. snow totals will be less than 1" but roads still have the potential to be slick due to the mix of precipitation types. the rest of the week looks dry and mild as temperatures will trend much warmer...even lowe middle 40s will be possible the end the work week and beginning the weekend. the filing process has begun,
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. our top story... drake university is set for the final democratic town hall before caucuses...
media room just outside the debate stage... soon all the big networks will start setting up here. then tonight, hillary clinton, martin o'malley and bernie sanders come together for cnn's democratic town hall. it airs live at 8 p-m. we are now exactly one week out from iowa's first in the nation caucuses. filing your taxes this year will be different than years' past. nbc's chris clackum tells us why it's music to the ears of procrastinators nation-wide... "first off for filing your 2015 taxes this year..if you're prone to procrastinate... you're going to have four extra days to file this year... the deadline's been moved to april 18th" that's because it's a leap year and there will be a february 29th. plus... friday the 15th is a holiday in washington, dc where the i-r-s is headquartered. "something else 'different' this year... are the 1095 forms which you'll have to file describing where you purchased your health insurance" the penalty for not having health insurance goes up considerably... to $325 or 2 percent of taxable income... whichever is greater. "also going up is the number of taxpayers who file electronically...whi ch means those due a refund that averaged $2797 last year...will get them
the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do
every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton