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winning season for the hawkeyes tonight at the rose bowl. local 5 news at 10 starts in 30 seconds. "you're watching local
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accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." brad/wx wall weather adlib: happy new year everyone! we exceeded expectations today with reaching above freezing for the first time since last sunday! there were some clouds over northern iowa where temperatures were held down quite a bit. look for mainly clear skies for all of the state tonight with more cold conditions. the winds that caused some blowing snow in some northern counties will be gradually diminishing tonight, but wind chill values will still fall into the -0s for some areas overnight. saturday is looking sunny and even warmer for just about everyone with highs in the low 30s north to near 38 here in the metro. a weak cold front will come through saturday night into sunday, so we will be a little colder sunday afternoon with a nw wind. next week will start off seasonal and dry, but we are going to see a light wintry mix developing by thursday and friday across the midwest again. our best chance for precipitation will likely be friday and again next sunday when it could be just snow as we get colder. stephanie: it's a solemn night across the state as the iowa hawkeyes lost to stanford in the rose bowl. stephanie: then... des moines finished up 2015 with the most homicides in one
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how the community is planning to start the new year on a better foot. " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" stephanie: good evening. welcome to local 5 news, home of we are iowa dot com. i'm stephanie angleson. glad you're with us tonight. stephanie: 20-15 was a violent year for the city of des moines. the 21 homicides this year were the most in nearly two decades. police are saying the last time the city hit 20 was in 19-93. local 5's jacob peklo joins us jacob? jacob stephanie, those numbers don't even include those just outside of the mass shooting at nightclub, or the city of waukee's nearly 40 years. the city has had a wide range, it's been averaging between 5 and 20 a year, the last year 19-90. so business owners are hoping this is truly just an outlier.
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downtown des moines for about 11 years now. over the years, he's seen the area become a go-to destination. brendan kelley, stuffed olive bar owner: "i think a city that's booming like des moines definitely needs an entertainment district. i think they did a really good job creating it, they just need to keep it safe." sgt. paul parizek, des moines police department: "downtown is a safe place. court avenue is a safe place." even though kelley agrees with sergeant parizek, he says he'd like to see more officers downtown, especially on the weekends. he says the deadly late november incident got everyone's attention. brendan kelley, stuffed olive bar owner: "they weren't able to apprehend the guy for over a week. i think if there was some police force down here, they'd be able to capture him a lot quicker and people would feel a lot safer down here." kelley says several downtown bars pay into an officer buyback program for the warmer months. he says the mere presence of officers can be a deterrent to potential criminals. brendan kelley, stuffed olive bar owner: "in the summer time, there's police force down here and if there's any fights or disturbances or trouble makers, they take care of it right away." the 21 homicides in 2015 were the city's highest
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not downtown. in fact, there were nine shooting incidents, including three deaths within a mile radius, just west of the fairgrounds. but with so many homicides taking place in november and december---months where there is normally less criminal activity--has businesses eying ways they can stay safer. sgt. paul parizek, des moines police department: "we're looking into some funding obviously that's a big issue, some strategies for the police presence, using some technology to help us, cameras specifically." brendan kelley, stuffed olive bar owner: "i don't think anyone down here is coming down here just to cause trouble, but sometimes things happen, and i think the police should be down here when that stuff does happen." jacob: kelley says it costs about $200 dollars per officer per night downtown. he says at the peak, there's about 12 officers patrolling the area on a busy night. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. stephanie: new details now
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stephanie: it happened at a home in the 13- hundred block of east 14th street. initial reports said people in the home found a 15-year-old boy suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest on their porch. in reality -- police say evidence shows the shooting happened inside the home. after witnesses were interviewed, a 15-year-old boy was taken into custody for a felony charge of reckless use of a firearm. the injured teen remains hospitalized and is expected to survive. stephanie: meanwhile -- police are investigating after two men reportedly drove up and open fired on a group of men standing outside. it happened near the forest market on 21st and forest avenue thursday night. a police report says witnesses saw four men standing in the parking lot when a black sedan pulled up and two men inside started shooting at them before driving away. later -- when police found the men, they said they heard the gunshots but didn't see the vehicle. no one was injured in the shooting -- and no arrests have been made. stephanie/1shot a central iowa
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extra help after his house burnt down in october. lehigh fire chief kirk kelley and his family lost their first house in 2011. then in october of 2015 their newly built home caught fire too. the family narrowly escaped but lost everything inside. now living in a temporary smaller home.. kelley's daughter kyah is stepping up to help. she's started her own business selling cookies, brownies and desserts to raise money. she told her dad she wanted to get help get a new home and their dog back living with the family. ""it doesnt matter if she helsp us or not, its lessons and life. if she fails, she fails. if she does decent, thats money for her college" " stephanie: if you'd like to donate to kyah's kandies or just learn more about what kyah hopes to do in her business.. visit our website we are iowa dot com stephanie: well it was a bittersweet ending to the hawkeye football season today in
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stephanie: the hawkeyes will not be coming home with the rose bowl trophy, as they fell to stanford 45 to 16. here with more about the game is jordan furbee. jordan? jordan:: stephanie, the rose bowl is supposed to be the dream bowl game for every team, but it quickly turned into a nightmare for iowa... hawkeyes playing in their first rose bowl since 1991, looking for their first win since 1959! first play of the game! christian mccaffery, iowa said they knew how dangerous he was. apparently not, he takes the pass to the house. 7-0 cardinal like that. stanford led 21-0 after one quarter. then in the 2nd, the onslaught continues. the punt to mccaffery and you know the rest. 63 yards to the house it was 35-0 at halftime. 2nd half, iowa finally gets on the board with a fg, then cj beathard hits matt vandeberg for the touchdown. they'd add another score, but that was about it. iowa falls and falls hard, 45-16
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we now head out to pasadena where alex giaimo is standing by with where alex giaimo is standing by with where alex giaimo is standing by with reaction from the team...alex? alex: you know it really was an incredible ride this season for the hawkeyes. almost spoiling us a little bit at the end there. tonight they played in their first rose bowl in 25 years and it did not go the way they wanted it to. the hawkeyes say it's simple they were outplayed and over matched. (kirk ferentz) you know its kind of the same thing, cj's been less then 100 percent basically all season long so its par for the course, stanford they just outplayed us, every turn they did a great job. (teavun smith) for one we knew they were great job. (teavun smith) for one we knew they were ready to play, they came here to make a statement and they defenitely did i mean, they um they put a stamp on it right there and they defenitely proved that they were the better team today. (matt vandeberg) i mean offense,defense,speci al teams none of us, none of us showed up to play,especially in that first half second half we were able to come back a little bit un the first half just kinda it didnt go our way in any situation. so i mean anytime you lose even when you win but its easier when you lose to see what you need to correct and we will be doing that testify about what she knows about her husband's alleged sexual predatory behavior. and for the first time since his arrest on criminal charges... the comedian is also speaking out online. abc's brandi hitt has the latest from los angeles. " nats -- "no comment mr. cosby?" 2 just days after bill cosby's arrest... on a felony charge of aggravated indecent assault ... all eyes are now shifting to his wife of 50 years -- camille. nats -- a federal judge has ordered her to testify in a defamation lawsuit filed by seven of cosby's accusers -- the couple's attorneys losing the argument... that the cosbys' private conversations were protected... under marital privilege. ((transition))
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have now come forward -- accusing the comedian of sexual assault... drugging... or rape. many of them appearing in the a&e documentary "cosby -- the women speak" -- produced by abc's lincoln square productions." sot -- beverly johnson, cosby accuser stephanie: cosby tweeted
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message yesterday after his arrest. he said, quote - friends and fans, other than that his wife have his court appearance wednesday. stephanie: meteorologist brad edwards here now... brad ((ad lib weather toss)) stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at 10... metro area residents laced up today to kick off the new year. find out why they braced the cold to get in a few miles. stephanie: then you won't believe the number of iowa events republican mike huckabee is planning in the final month before the iowa caucus. take sot " monday on good morning iowa. your regular crew will be back, sabrina and elias. bringing you al lthe day's top stories, and
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a woman gets a helping hand at a car dealership. plus a look at your forecast. yeah, we'll be seeing if there's going to be any temperatures that will help melt some of this white snow we have everywhere. sounds good. all coming up monday on good morning iowa. "your watching local 5
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angleson, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist brad edwards and local 5 sports with sports
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schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." brad: weather adlib: happy new year everyone! we exceeded expectations today with reaching above freezing for the first time since last sunday! there were some clouds over northern iowa where temperatures were held down quite a bit. look for mainly clear skies for all of the state tonight with more cold conditions. the winds that caused some blowing snow in some northern counties will be gradually diminishing tonight, but wind chill values will still fall into the -0s for some areas overnight. saturday is looking sunny and even everyone with highs in the low 30s north to near 38 here in the front will come through saturday night into sunday, so we will be a little colder sunday afternoon with a nw wind. next week will start off seasonal and dry, but we are going to see a light wintry mix developing by thursday and friday across the midwest again. our best chance for precipitation will likely be friday and again next sunday when it could be just
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colder. brad stephanie: time since last sunday! there were some clouds over northern iowa where temperatures were held down quite a bit. look for mainly clear skies for all of the state tonight with more cold conditions. the winds that caused some blowing snow in some northern counties will be gradually diminishing tonight, but wind chill values will still fall into the -0s for some areas overnight. saturday is looking sunny and even warmer for just about everyone with highs in the low 30s north to near 38 here in the front will come through saturday we will be a little afternoon with a nw wind. next week will start off seasonal and dry, but we are going mix developing by thursday and friday across the midwest for precipitation will again next sunday snow as we get colder. stephanie: time since last sunday! there were some clouds over northern
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temperatures were held down quite a bit. look for mainly clear skies for all of the state tonight with more cold conditions. the winds that caused some blowing snow in some northern counties will be gradually diminishing tonight, but wind chill values will still fall into the -0s for some areas overnight. saturday is looking sunny and even warmer for just about everyone with highs in the low 30s north to near 38 here in the metro. a weak cold front will come through saturday night into sunday, so we will be a little colder sunday afternoon with a nw wind. next week will start off seasonal and dry, but we are going to see a light wintry mix developing by thursday and friday across the midwest again. our best chance for precipitation will likely be friday and again next sunday when it could be just snow as we get colder. brad stephanie: jordan: we now head out to pasadena
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jordan: we now head out to pasadena giaimo is jordan: to pasadena giaimo is standing by with reaction from the team...alex? alex: you know it really was an incredible ride this season for the hawkeyes. almost spoiling us a little bit at the end there.
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first rose bowl in 25 years and it it to. the simple they were over matched. (kirk ferentz) you less then 100 percent basically all season long so its par for the course, stanford they every turn they did a (teavun smith) for one we knew they were ready to play, they came here to make a defenitely did i mean, stamp on it right there and they defenitely the better team today. (matt vandeberg) i mean offense,defense,speci al teams none of us, none of us showed up to play,especially in that first half second half we were able to come back a little bit un the first half just kinda it didnt go our way in any situation. so i mean anytime you lose even when you win but its easier when you lose to see what you need to correct and we will be doing that this off season. (henry kriger-coble) it was uncharacteristic of our team and its a tough pill to swallow especiallu kowing our team what kind of guys we have and how hard we play. um but i mean
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stanford, their a heck of a team and they outplayed us today. (jordan canzeri) just as a whole and what we've done and the good things, you can smile about that we made history did a lot of good things but made history did a lot of good things but today, we just didn't play our football. alex : like jordan canzeri just said this was a tough loss and it's going to take some time to get over but this is a season that iowa can really be proud of. in pasadena with your hawkeye headquarters report, im alex giaimo. jordan: thank you alex... coming up later in sports, we'll have full highlights from the game, plus caught up with game to get their reaction. as you can imagine, a lot of heartbreak, anger and disappointment. we'll hear from them later on in sports... stephanie: (adlib) stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at ten, hawkeye fans at the rose bowl couldn't even escape politics for a day. find out what was flying over
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stephanie: hillary clinton started the new year with millions in her pocket - and shattered a campaign goal. stephanie: the new year's day holiday can't stop politics in an election year. spotted at today's rose parade in pasadena, california - a skywriting message bashing presidential candidate and gop frontrunner donald trump. it reads - "america is great, trump is disgusting, anybody but trump." six planes were used to write the message, which reportedly could be seen from a ten mile radius. aerial advertising company 'air sign' took credit for the message. it began tweeting before the event, promising a surprise for parade-goers. stephanie:
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for the hawkeyes, just a tough way to end it... jordan it really is, if you told hawkeye fans before the season they'd be 12-2 and go to the rose bowl, they would've taken it in a heartbeat...but it's still not an easy pill to swallow... coming up on local 5 sports, full highlights from the rose bowl, plus jon schaeffer will bring us some fan reaction from pasadena... " now, local 5 sports
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are iowa sports" jordan: it's a game almost a month in the making, but for most fans it's more like 25 years in the making. iowa taking on stanford in its first rose bowl since 1991! "you are looking live at one of the grandest venues in american sport." ah, the iconic brent musberger on the call... hawkeyes after their first win in pasadena in 57 years! not a good start. on the first play of the game! christian mccaffery takes the pass to the house. that makes it 7-0 cardinal like that. next possession, qb kevin hogan walks this one in to make it 14-0. iowa trying to get it together. cj beathard's pass is gonna be picked off and taken back for another score. stanford led 21-0
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2nd quarter, not much better. the punt is returned by mccaffery and he is off to the races. he set a rose bowl record with 368 all purpose yards. cardinal led it 35-0 at halftime. 2nd half, iowa finally gets on the board with a field goal and they find the endzone here as beathard hits matt vandeberg for the touchdown. 38-9. later on it's beathard to akrum wadley who finds pay dirt, 38-16. but the damage was done, stanford adds another score here on the deep ball. the cardinal win and wins big, 45- 16 the final, sending iowa and its many fans home with a tough loss... jordan: we already heard from some of the players, now we head back out to pasadena, jon schaeffer caught up with hawkeye fans after the tough loss and has more from the rose bowl... "jon schaeffer/ rose bowl stadium :00-:10 usually in bowl games like the rose bowl, there is something always to remember well for stanford there were plenty of memorable moments.
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fans just want to forget. jeff herman/ iowa fan :12-:21 "how are you feeling after that mean like poop okay heath gathercole/ iowa fan :22-:30 "it's really depressing right now. i mean just three big plays and it seems like we're out of it." justin gathercole/ looking good right what to think about it at the moment just iowa's not showing up." "we're proud of this team still and we're proud of what the hawks have all brought i mean we're all here. we're making it through i mean it was a tough first half but we're still positive." kelly haks/ iowa fans :52-:59 "i gotta tell you it was a pretty disappointing first half but had a great day. great experience in pasadena it's been a great season and i'll always be a hawk." "we will always love iowa. we will always love iowa. yeah we do." jon schaeffer/ rose bowl stadium 1:19-1:24 "
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to try and get this bad their mouth that for them. now the basketball for these fans where they're hoping for maybe a little better season or at least the outcome to it than what happened here tonight. reporting from the rose bowl stadium i'm jon schaeffer." " thank you jon. looking back on the 2015 season, still a lot to be proud of! 12-2 on the year, undefeated in the big ten regular season. they had the best start in school history which coincided with the first ever 12 win season. the hawkeyes were 4-0 in rivalry games against iowa state, wisconsin, minnesota and nebraska, don't forget they were 0-4 in those games last year. the hawks also made their first big ten championship game apperance and first trip to the rose bowl since 1991! that's a whole lot to be proud of! jon/3shot (wrap sports) stephanie: jack: we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10.
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script expectations today with reaching above freezing for the first time since last sunday! there were some clouds over northern iowa where temperatures were held down quite a bit. look for mainly clear skies for all of the state tonight with more cold conditions. the winds that caused some blowing snow in some northern counties will be gradually diminishing tonight, but wind chill values will still fall
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saturday is looking sunny and even warmer for just about everyone with highs in the low 30s north to near 38 here in the metro. a weak cold front will come through saturday night into sunday, so we will be a little colder sunday afternoon with a nw wind. next week will start off seasonal and dry, but we are going to see a light wintry mix developing by thursday and friday across the midwest again. our best chance for precipitation will likely be friday and again next sunday when it could be just snow as we get colder. stephanie: jack: thank you for spending your
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