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scalia in washington. the 79 - year -old was laid to rest today. jennifer johnson has the story. draped in an american flag...the casket of justice antonin scalia was taken into the nation's largest roman catholic church...the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception. over 33-hundred politicians...friends and family came to pay their respects....including his fellow supreme court justices. "hope does not disappoint..." former and current congressman and presidential hopefuls also attended the service...vice president joe biden, came too. despite criticism president obama was not there citing his large security detail...but paid tribute to the justice at the supreme court friday. scalia's son....the reverend paul scalia delivered the homily. "god blessed dad, as is well known, with a love for his country. he knew well what a close run thing the
father scalia...one of the justices nine children...added humor to the somber ceremony....telling a story of his father coming to church for confession.....only to learn his son was the priest on duty. "as he put it later....like heck was i confessing to you. the feeling was mutual."scalia who died last weekend at a texas ranch....spent nearly three decades on the nation's high court. he was considered one of the country's most influential conservatives. audio outcue: jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. despite disapproval from the republican - led senate... president obama says he will nominate a replacement soon. as for the race to the white house...it's a big day for republican presidential candidates in south carolina. hallie jackson has more on what we can expect from that state's primary i was against going into iraq and i was against it since a long time after months of highlighting
new interviews - now unearthed - seem to suggest something different. with howard stern before the war: nats are you for invading iraq? yeah, i guess so" fox news now confirming this interview took place just after the start of the iraq war. "it looks like a tremendous success from a military standpoint." in a statement the trump campaign responded: mr. trump did not say he supported the war- he commented on the execution of the invasion from a military standpoint one day after it began. trump - now - amping up his attacks on ted cruz.... he holds up the bible and then he cheats! cruz - hitting back. it's easy to say let's 'make america great again.' you can even print that on a baseball cap, but the question to ask is do you understand what made america great in the first place?" a super-pac supporting cruz - slamming trump with new robo- calls...about the confederate flag... "donald trump talks about our flag like it's a social disease." cruz - campaigning with duck dynasty's phil robertson... imagine phil robertson as
marco rubio was joined by south carolina governor nikki haley we want to do foamerica whatkki haley has done for south carolina. his campaign - warningpporters toatch for "dirty icks" from cruz today... the o - in a ferocious fig forcond... jeb bush - not fbehind... his mother - by sde... "90 years old stilgoing rong." in bush cotry - he's ping south caroli won't bes last stand night'sutcome in the nevada
r the rest of thedemocratic race. sanders will have to win the minority population to hold a lead against clinton according to the real clear politics poll leading into the primary... - percent to 49 - percent. place so far... nevada has a large minority population and thee largest group of latinos. political experts say he needs to prove he can win in diverse states... clinton won the latino running against president obama. and remember the controversial coin tosses during the iowa
they were used at democratic voting locations where candidates were locked in a tie... well nevada has a similar process. there -- in order to break a tie -- it will come down to the luck of the draw... the highest card wins and the vote goes to the respective delegate. the next time you get a call from the i-r-s -- you may need to be extra cautious. both the pleasant hill and clive police departments say residents should be aware of a phone scam. they say a man claiming to be an i- r-s agent is threatening people they'll be thrown in jail... if they don't give him money. any one who receives a call like this should hang up... then call police coming up later on the channel 13 news at six... it's the final day of the state wrestling tournament... who will be crowned champion? we'll take you live to wells fargo arena for highlights and updates but first... 10-16 great bands...great music....awesome people....a lot of bacon...and a lot of fun"
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state championship in a few weeks... this is the second year in a row the team will advance to state... for some of the players they have made the trip to state before... but for most players this is their first year on the team. the team hosted a bake sale today and raised close to 3 - hundred dollars to help fund their trip. for the players... its all about coming together for the love of the game and each other. this gives them other opportunities to compete to learn how to be on a team and to gain confidence and also learn athletic skills beyond just the special olympics competition. the team will play in the state competition on march 11 -th and 12 - th in bloomington, illinois and it was hard to avoid the smell of bacon the air downtown des moines. the blue ribbon bacon festival
events center bacon lovers could try all sorts of bacon, attend bacon lectures, bacon competitions, and take part in the annual bacon queen contest. this year's theme is body by bacon and guests were encouraged to dress up in 80's attire. 42:05-53:19 "this is our fourth time to bacon fest we've been here when it was hard to buy tickets now it's not so hard to buy tickets but it's great to start
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becoming mostly cloudy. lows will be a bit cooler and in the lower 30s. northwest winds will bring in slightly cooler temperatures tomorrow, highs will be near 44 but this is still a few degrees above average for the end of february. the sun will peak out a little more on monday, but highs will still be in the lower 40s. a rain snow mix is possible early tuesday morning with mostly cloudy skies middle 40s. the rest of the week looks to be a bit cooler, but overall dry and
clinched another title, their 3rd in the last 4 years. fort dodge in 2nd valley 3rd. class 2a. creston orient macksburg on top and looking for their 2nd title in school history...the only other one came in 2007. logjam for 2nd. class 1a. alburnett and lisbon are running away with it. i-35 looking for a top 10 finish. earlier this week we brought you the story of indianola wrestler kobey pritchard who lost his leg because of cancer at the age of 6. kobey battled the odds and is now one of the best wrestlers in the state. pritchard advanced to the semifinals at 106 pounds in class 3a before losing to valley's nick oldham. this
season with a 5th place finish, a fall in his final match. kobey is just a sophomore so expect him to make a return to the well 1 year from now. with 12 losses its unlikely uni will receive an at large bid to the ncaa tournament. panthers need towin the valley tourney/ first, a strong finish to the season. home against illinois state. this is how you start a game. opening possession, alley oop to wes washpun. panthers up 2 early. later, outside. paul jesperson. nba rnge for 3. 12 for jesperson uni up 14 at the break. 2nd half. washpun, driving. 2 at the rim. 18 points for wes. lead would balloon to 19. then more above the rim. jeremy morgan on the alley oop. he finishes with 13. panthers win 75-66 the struggle continues for the
over in waco...78-41 by number 4 baylor. the iowa state men won't be winning a big 12 regular season title, so these final 5 games are all about tournament seeding and gaining momentum. it all starts on the defensive end. cyclones back home tomorrow against tcu. horned frogs are the worst team in the big 12. tip set for 6:30 from hilton. coming up tonight at ten... when
with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time, streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. yeah, the internet's great, but i think hair and makeup went a little too far. yeah, that's not working. i much prefer the two-day beard, horn-rimmed glasses, just-slept-in-his-car kinda thing. yeah, i miss the rumpled crazy uncle look. okay. be "paul giamatti." that's the essence of this role.
iowa family...three's company 15:21:53 "it's our lifestyle, and it's just a part of us, and that's who we are. the state tournament and wrestling, it's what we do, and it's what we were born to do." :01-:08 meet the clarion triplets... their entire life story, from the minute they were born -- to sixteen years later, has all revolved around getting to state. the special connection they share, and why their family says this weekend as the ultimate reunion. and finally tonight, congratulations to a mother bald eagle for laying her first egg in decorah this week. this mother bald eagle laid her first egg around 8-30 p-m thursday night. the new parents began building
hi. what brings you here? all right. get ready. we'll give away some money here. $1,000 in our first "toss up." and the category is "title." [ bell chimes ] alex. gulliver's travels. that would be it, yep. [ applause ] alex itskov. alex: yes. you came all the way from new york. i did, yes. we appreciate that. you're in the financial game there? yeah, i work in operations at a large investment firm. a married man? yeah, married to my beautiful wife, kimberly, for six years. we have two kids, caroline and jasmine. and you are a transhumanist, which of course means...? well, i'll try to sound-bite it. it's a group of people around the world who are using technological innovations to make people healthier, smarter, and just cure diseases and things like that. oh, all right. do you have a little club? do you get together? is there a secret handshake i should know about? i'll tell you after the show.