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are brad/wx wall weather adlib: we started the day with light snow covering many areas, but temperatures have pushed up into the mid and upper 30s for most areas this afternoon and melted it away. the clouds are being pretty stubborn here in central iowa, but they will gradually move out leaving us with clear skies heading into thursday. thursday should be a really nice day especially in the afternoon when temperatures warm up into the low to mid 40s under mostly sunny skies! we will do even better come friday with ample sunshine and temps pushing up into the upper 40s and even low 50s for the metro! conditions will stay mild over the weekend, but some clouds will be coming in saturday afternoon and might be thick enough to produce some rain showers late saturday night into early sunday morning. right now, i think the showers will be gone by sunrise sunday, which should lead to a pretty decent day as the sunshine increases. saturday should reach the low 50s and sunday in the mid 40s in the metro depending on how much sunshine we
above average for most of the days and dry! that is until we get to friday/saturday of next week when a stronger weather system is likely to bring us more rain- yes, rain! our mild winter is underway it seems! " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" stephanie/2bam tonight, the suspect from monday's double homicide- is behind bars. good evening. i'm stephanie angleson. jack/2bam and i'm jack miller. the arrest happened after a four hour standoff last night. someone spotted michael wanchanic at a gas station in woodward. when police approached him, he took off in a stolen van. but the van broke down on highway 141 near bouton, leaving wanchanic stranded. around 10:30, police say wanchanic got cold and surrendered. stephanie: now in criminal complaints filed this morning- we're learning more about what exactly happened to the two victims: bryon howard and heather belieu. local 5's claire powell has more in tonight's big story. as monday's scene unfolded - you can see a confused step brother and roommate of michael wanchanic sitting next to the
he told local 5 news- off camera- wanchanic had been living with him, his stepmother, howard, belieu and their two children and was battling depression.. he said wanchanic was struggling with the one year anniversary of his fathers death when he shot and killed bryon howard and heather belieu. "probably wont make any sense to us" according to a criminal complaint filed wednesday morning, wanchanic "willfully, deliberately killed the victims by shooting them multiple times." killing belieu while she held her 8 month old infant in her arms "children apparently in the home, theyll be taken to the hospital but are ok" thats when police say wanchanic hid the murder weapon in his room - grabbed a 9 mm and stole the victims van- leaving for slater. "we'll need to find mr wanchanic to get his side and how thatll help us and figure out what happened" 24 hours later, this was the scene. seen here in newly released dallas county sheriff dash cam video- wanchanic hiding in the broken down van on highway 141-- waving the handgun around threatening suicide. "had the vehicle lit, crawling around his van doing a lot of stuff,we could see the gun alot " after a four hour
you see him finally surrendering to police and deputies without any fight at all... jack: michael wanchanic is charged with two counts of first degree murder. he'll be in court tomorrow morning, stay with local 5 for the latest. stephanie: meanwhile, family members are still in shock, and still grieving, after monday's unthinkable crime inside their home. and the house that bryon howard and heather belieu lived in...still has other tennants. stephanie: local 5's jacob peklo is in the digital media center with more, jacob? jacob: that's right, stephanie. one of bryon's best friends for 14 years, who only identified himself as kevin, lives there with
while he's still not ready to go on camera, he told me he was the one who came home and found heather and bryon in the basement, after he heard heather's infant daughter crying. he says he and his mom are having a hard time even going downstairs, and are trying to figure out what to do with the bed that they were found on. meanwhile, family members are still trying to determine how they'll pay for funeral expenses. they've applied for the crime victim compensation program, which could potentially reimburse them $15-thousand dollars the attorney general's office confirmed to us today, that the family applied for both belieu and howard. as the office reviews their applications, they've set up gofundme accounts to help with the costs. and as always, make you research these gofundme accounts to ensure that they're legitimate. services will be held at hamilton's funeral home on friday night from 5 to 7 p-m for howard. belieu's will be from 6 to 8 p-m. the funeral service is scheduled for saturday morning at 10.
media center, jacob peklo, local 5 news, we are iowa. stephanie: thank you jacob. stephanie: now, with the recent shootings in the metro, how safe is the city? let's take a look at the numbers... jack: des moines' homicide rate averages about 12 a year. it compare to this year's current number of 19. and we still have a to go in the year. the good news? des moines police say they typically solve of homicides. jack: are trying to figure out how from even stephanie: des moines police and city leaders don't argue that there has definitely been a surge in crime. their main focus now is how to stop it before it happens. once city council member admits the recent drive bys and killings have him keeping an extra eye out.
result of a change in times and easy access to guns. 21:23:33 people are solving issues different than 30 years ago, now they just shoot each other. stephanie: moore doesn't think the majority of the crimes in des moines have been gang related. he says it's a combonation of domestic violence... and young kids with too much time on their hands. jack: now let's get to that deadly confrontation involving police in california. an update on the breaking news we've been covering all evening. three suspects open fire on an office building, killing 14 people here's the latest. a massive police presence descending on this san bernadino neighborhood. officers seen approaching a dark colored s-u-v, matching the suspects' vehicle description - riddled with bullets... and a man down in the street. sot - chief jarrod burguan / san bernandino police department "of the suspects that are dead at the scene - one is male, one is a female. both dressed in kinda assault style clothing. both armed with assault rifles. both armed with hand guns." nats - "sirens"
responded.. rushing to the scene of an active shooting ... unfolding just a few miles away inside the inland regional center. sot - juan hernandez / witness "shots being shot like crazy?" sot - marcos aguilera / wife just got out "she said the guy just came in next to her office and i guess started shooting." this man says his wife was in an office next to the building.. she managed to escape safely.. when gunfire broke out.. shortly before noon.. sot - terry pettit / father "our daughter's in there... she texted us about 30 minutes ago, and said there was a shooter, and he shot 10-20 people." the fbi and atf.. joining the local swat team.. sot - (fbi) "is this a terrorist incident? we do not know." president obama reacting to the news during an interview with c-b-s. (cbs) sot - president obama "obviously our hearts go out to the victims and the families. the one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in world." jack: and here is the latest.
suspects have been killed by police. one got away. investigators in the last few minutes have raided a house where that third suspect may be. they say the gunmen were heavily armed and may have even been wearing body armor. the big question tonight remains, what was their motive? one of the suspects was just named a few minutes ago -- and the name is syed farook. but there's no suggestion yet that it was an act of radical islamic terrorism. we do know the building they attacked houses county offices and also an organization that helps the developmentally disabled. stephanie: the 2016 legislative session is right around the corner... stephanie: house republicans are outlining their approach to next year's budget. state
told reporters today that lawmakers will hold true to their promise made last year, in that they will not overspend state money. "iowans have sent $175 million on top of what they spent last year, ah, sent to iowa - to the state capitol and it's our job to make sure that we fit that inside of the budget and spend that money wisely " stephanie: governor branstad and lieutenant governor reynolds have been in budget hearings all this week. they went over a number of iowa agencies' budgets today. the governor typically makes his recommendation s the first week of the legislative session, which will be next month. jack: meth, marijuana and more seized from a fort dodge home today as we take a look around iowa. this morning, the webster county drug task force searched a home there. the man who lives there, 51- year-old steven randall was charged with possesion with intent to distribute and posession of unlabeled prescription drugs. jack: and a 16 year old is in jail for lighting a shed on fire in marshalltown tuesday.
marshalltown fire got the call for the fire on 12th avenue. crews put the fire out, and police then arrested the teenager. the 16 year old has been charged with arson. no injuries were reported. the estimated damage is at 25- hundred dollars. stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at 10... "putting these implants into his femurs was going to be the best options to give him legs so he could actually walk for the very first time" stephanie: see the amaizng surgery that is giving this cat a rare second chance. jack: then-- local 5 talks with jeb bush about whether he can make a comeback in iowa, and what that means for his campaign in your local election headquarters. stephanie: and...the football team is undefeated, can the men's basketball team keep up? we've got the latest from tonight's game later in sports. brad: ((ad lib weather toss)) tomorrow on good morning iowa...
will bring a piece of the world trade center towers to central iowa.. we'll find out more about the event, and who will be there to welcome the tower piece.. plus... a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's tomorrow on the all-new good morning iowa! "now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with chief
weather adlib: we started the day with light snow covering many areas, but temperatures have pushed up into the mid and upper 30s for most areas this afternoon and melted it away. the clouds are being pretty stubborn here in central iowa, but they will gradually move out leaving us with clear skies heading into thursday. thursday should be a really nice day especially in the afternoon when temperatures warm up into the low to mid 40s under mostly sunny skies! we will do even better come friday with ample sunshine and temps pushing up into the upper 40s and even low 50s for the metro! conditions will stay mild over the weekend, but some clouds will be coming in saturday afternoon and might be thick enough to produce some rain showers late saturday night into early sunday morning. right now, i think the showers will be gone by sunrise sunday, which should lead to a pretty decent day as the sunshine increases. saturday should reach the low 50s and sunday in the mid 40s in the metro depending on how much sunshine we get those days. next week is also looking about 10-20 degrees above average for most of the days and dry! that is until we get to friday/saturday of next week when a stronger weather system is likely to
jack: coming up on local 5 news at ten, we'll show you how one iowa cat is among the lucky few to have a special procedure. see why vincent's on the move. and next.... "iowas important.. all the february states are important..." stephanie: we go one on one with jeb bush..the big question...is he giving up on iowa? "your watching local 5 news at 10 in hd with jack miller, stephanie
on one. the big question on our mind-- is he going to gloss over iowa? here's local five's sabrina ahmed. this morning, i had the opportunity to speak with jeb bush... and we talked about his ground game in iowa. as you saw in that last poll.. he's not doing to hot. but is he worried? take a listen. lets talk iowa.. how are you doing? just spent 2.5 days doing well, great ground game.. 3 town hall meetings.. conencting converting 4% worry you? no because the candidates who were winning in year before election in iowa never win these are discerning voters who make up their mind late i think theyre going to want someone who has the leadership skills to face these complex challenges how important is iowa to win the country? iowas important.. all fevb states are... iowa at feb 1 makes it doubly imprtant so is nh.. you've spent more money, bigger staff, more effort? we're workign hard in all places, theyre unique some requre tv ads, orgs, i feel good about where we are, i really do less than 60 days.. what in iowa? connect, find, convert, make sure they go to the caucus. for your local election headquarters, i'm sa,
upset the wichita state shockers. but it's been an up and down start for the hawkeyes who have a lot of youth coming off of their bench. tonight they get florida state at home as a part of the big ten-- a-c-c challenge. the big ten led this season's series 7-4 coming into tonights game. let's head to carver-hawkeye arena-- a less than full house tonight. hawkeyes down early-- nifty layin by anthony clemmons. iowa down 7 now-- mike gesell doing what he can to get iowa back in it-- pull up jumper from the top of the key knockes it down 5 point game. peter jok stepping just inside the arc knocks down the long two 21-16 seminoles. jarred uthoff waking up the hawkeye home court with a three to knot it up at 21. now trying to take the lead uthoff drives-- dishes and woodbury lays it in iowa would trail still trail by 1 at half. second half. now you want more uthoff you get more uthoff-- the long two tickles the twine iowa up one. then uthoff shows off with a block-- gesell feeds him-- and uthoff you are
handed jam... in women's basketball the cyclone women take down northern iowa in cedar falls 84 to 75 the final-- seanna johnson had 28 points and 10 rebounds for the cyclones. her 5th double double this season. jon: it's pretty easy to say-- most people didn't expect the iowa hawkeyes to be 12-0 and in the big ten championship playing for a spot in the college football playoff. alex giaimo has more as the hawkeyes look for win number 13 on saturday a " few, if any, predicted iowa would have this type of season. the hawkeyes are still trying to prove they belong in the top four of the college football playoff. they are more than a field goal underdog heading into the big ten championship game against michigan state. iowa coach kirk ferentz told a national network earlier this week that his team was playing with "house money". i asked ferentz why. (kirk ferentz) in a lot of people's eyes we weren't supposed to be here so, you know, but it is, you know, i say that ahh tongue and cheek because it's important to us. i mean it's not like we are out there just winging it. uh, we're treating this just like any other game. we are trying to put a really good plan in place. uh, the staff has done a great job of that all season long. our players are doing a great job absorbing it right now. uh a couple days into
still got a couple more to go but, um, we are probably the team that's not supposed to be there so, you know, what the heck. let's go cut it loose and see what happens. (cj beathard) i dont know if anybody would have predicted us being 12-0 but we knew we had something special, we knew we had a great team, and we had a good group of guys that played together, and that's all you can ask for. we've turned it into something real special. (giaimo) iowa has met every challenge they've faced this season but they are still trying to earn respect. (austin blythe) it is what it is at this point. you know, we've won every opportunity that's been in front of us and this one is just another opportunity and show what kind of team we've got and we just need to go play hard. (tevaun smith) i mean we like being those underdogs and yea we haven't been there before, but i mean we won twelve games and found a way to win so we are going to do the same for this weekend. (alex giaimo) it all really just comes to this. it's simple.. win and the hawkeyes are in the playoffs. then nobody can argue that they don't belong there. in iowa city with your hawkeye heaquarters report, alex giaimo, " iowa and
starting at 7pm on saturday night in indy. we'll have a half hour preview show-- iowa against the world friday night at 6:30 here on local 5. alex giaimo and jordan furbee will be out in indianapolis with live reports. jeff wood will be in studio with me to break down video and bowl season impacts. once again 6:30 right here on local 5. also out of cedar falls today-- athletic director troy dannen is leaving northern iowa to take over as ad at tulane. dannen spent the last 8 years as a-d at uni. athletic director troy dannen leaving uni taking job as a.d. at tulane spent 8 years as athletic director at northern iowa jon we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10.
beforejack: meet a cat unlike any other. vincent, from story county -- is a cat on the move now, thanks to an innovative surgery from iowa state's vet med center. stephanie: it's a surgery that only a couple dozen animals in the world have received. " he was very young at the time but had an abnormality in both of his hind limbs he was missing them he was unable to walk. not exactly sure what unable to walk. not exactly sure what caused it. putting these implants in his femurs was going to
he could actually walk for the very first time stephanie: cindy jones, of nevada, met vincent at the story county animal shelter, cindy's daughter attends veterinary school at iowa state, and thought that the clinic might be able to help. vets say now his future... looks bright. brad: weather adlib: we started the day with light snow covering many areas, but temperatures have pushed up into the mid and upper 30s for most areas this afternoon and melted it away. the clouds are being pretty stubborn here in central iowa, but they will gradually move out leaving us