tv 13 News at Nine on FOX 17 FOX January 29, 2016 9:00pm-10:00pm CST
endorsed by council bluffs daily nonpareil because "he would build on obama's legacy and challenge the establishment." i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. snow storm... colder temperatures and snow move in early next week... when the flakes are expected to start falling... and how much we can expect... final push... the candidates are working overtime to get your support as we count
their last pitches to get you to your caucus site on monday night... plea from new hampshire. international city... des moines is now a player on the now home to a consulate office. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us tonight.. if you don't have plans yet to get outside this weekend... you may want to sneak in an outdoor activity if you can.. it's going to be beautiful out there... and it won't last long.. let's go straight to meteorologist brett mcintyre with details.. brett.. a warm way to wrap up the month of january. besides the wind it has been a mild day all across the state, and we have one more day of beautiful weather on tap for central iowa. clouds will begin to move in late which will hold temperatures steady and in the lower 30s. we'll see a mix of sun and clouds on saturday with some of the warmest temperatures we have
before the bigger system early next week, we will see a chance for a rain/snow mix early sunday. this is not expected to bring significant impacts but could create some slick spots throughout the area. for caucus goers, monday looks to be dry with temperatures in the middle 30s...it's not until tuesday that we will see strong winds and moderate to heavy snow move
while crews start getting ready for the big storm tuesday.... the city is getting ready for the storm of political campaign workers... we've got 681 locations so that's at least one volunteer in all of those spots. oftentimes many more. meanwhile we'll have people staffing our caucus helpline in case anyone has any questions. iowa's democratic and republican parties say they're dotting the i's and crossing the t's. that includes making sure each caucus site is prepared for crowds and has enough voter registration forms to accommodate everyone. and
agree one thing will make the process easier... we've really evolved with the technology and we're really excited about the microsoft app this year. we've actually tested all 681 precincts and we've done successful tests with that so we're really excited about getting those results back on monday. precinct captains will enter results into the microsoft app, sending them to party headquarters. the results will then be made available to the public in real time. if you've made any changes to your voter registration in the past couple of months, you may want to show up extra early to your caucus location monday night. you may have made such a change by newly registering to vote, changing your address or changing your political party affiliation...either at the department of transportation or by mail. if you've made a change like that since mid to late december, those changes may not be reflected on the precinct caucus roster. if so, you will need to fill out a new or duplicate voter registration form
06:40:48 --06:41:03 'they key is to make sure you get there early so theres no surprises. much like anything else, people are gonna cut it short, come in running in at seven oclock so they can make it, and theyre going to have to do some changes at that point which will slow the process down.' the political parties needed to run the caucus lists early in order to ensure that the more than 32-hundred temporary precinct chairs across the state received their packets. the men and women running for president are out on the campaign trail here in iowa.. but it seems the republican front- runner.. donald trump... has already moved on to new hampshire.. that's where he was today.. where he is continuing his crusade against republican rival ted cruz. "ted cruz may not be a us citizen right? but he's an anchor baby, no he's an anchor baby, ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada but canada doesn't accept anchor babies they just waited a long time."
"the only anchor here is the one being dragged behind the s-s new york values, causing donald trump's campaign to stall out as voters learn about his affinity for hillary clinton and his previous statements supporting abortion." as for trump, he's due back in iowa tomorrow. florida senator marco rubio began his day in burlington... he made his final pitch... saying no matter where you stand on the issues you should stand with him because he is the only republican who can win in november. 11-39 "today i'm here, three days away, to ask you to caucus for me on monday night. number one because i will unite this party. we have our differences, but we cannot win unless we are together. and i am the only one left running that, at the end of this nomination process, can unite this party. we cannot win if we're divided and the sooner we can unite at the end of this contest, the better off
rubio says hillary clinton and democrats are scared he'll be the republican nominee. new jersey governor chris christie told voters he plans to ride his "strong" debate performance into the iowa caucuses on monday. 9:13:15 "i felt really good about the answers we gave. i felt good most particularly because we answered the questions we were asked. and what drives me crazy about those things is that people get up on stage, they don't like the question they were asked and they think that you're really not listening and think you're at home distracted by the potato chips, or a phone call, and they don't realize that you listen, the people in iowa listen." :01-:27 christie hosted a send-off rally at his campaign headquarters in johnston this morning. he says he'll do better in the iowa caucuses than people think because of his campaign efforts. christie says between today and monday he will make stops in every corner of the state. senator rand paul started his day today in knoxville. he is wrapping up his campaign here by talking to younger
the issues that affect them. "i think people are frustrated with washington and so am i and in their frustration they're looking for an easy way out and right now donald trump is the easy way out, give him the power and he will fix things but there is also a long standing tradition in our country going all the way back to our founding fathers that worries about one person getting too much power, so i worry about a donald trump accumulating so much power that it would be used to take away our freedoms, i'm a big believer that the constitution was put in place to keep in check power, i think it's a foreign tradition to donald trump but should be very important to iowa voters because anytime you let power get carried away, there's always the chance we'll lose our freedoms in the process." paul says his caucus hopes could depend on him winning over younger voters and inspiring them to time. hillary clinton hopes her husband, bill, will help her
the former president campaigned for his wife in fairfield today. meanwhile, clinton touted her experience with foreign policy and national security in des moines. she made a promise to supporters if they go out and caucus for her monday night. "and if you will go to the caucus for me on monday, i promise you if you stand up for me monday night, i will stand up and fight for you as hard as i can for the next four years. it's more than just political candidates being drawn into the city... today the republic of kosovo took its relationship with the state of iowa to the next level. it opened a consulate in downtown des moines this morning...only its second consulate in the united states, and the first ever for the state of iowa. iowa began its relationship with kosovo in 2011 when the iowa national guard partnered with the kosovo security force.. since then, iowa national guardsmen and women have been to the eastern european country for a variety of projects. the republic of kosovo says iowa was the perfect location for a consulate because of that strong partnership and the ease of
governor terry branstad says des moines is now truly an "international city." 12:34:04 "we simply are delighted to be here for this very first consulate that any country has had in iowa, in our capitol city of des moines. this is a great city, and it's gotten a lot of awards and recognitions, but this is the first international consulate that we've had here." :01- :17 the consulate is located in the court avenue business suites inside the saddlery building downtown. you'll know it when you see it...the consulate is hanging the kosovo flag just outside. donald trump's decision not to attend last night's g-o-p debate helped a local non-profit... coming up next... who will benefit from the money he raised at his event last night.. and how much they will receive... and coming up at 9-30.. spy tech.. the u-s -- has been spying on its friend and ally israel -- in a very high tech way -- for almost 20 years. who spilled the beans on this new revelation from noted government .. and how
car repairs, home improvements, a family trip ...it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for
five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. he's just not ready to be president.
do you think
when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
welcome back... on monday iowa voters will decide if donald's trumps decision to skip the republican debate will hurt his white house hopes...but regardless of the outcome, there was one local organization that came out a true winner... justin surrency introduces us to one of nearly two dozen charities that received an unexpected donation... 'this guy really loves his is being trained for an important mission that could save lives... 'we raise well trained service dogs for veterans with ptsd and mobility issues.'the puppy jake foundation in urbandale was founded in 20-13, relying solely on donations 'without donations from the public we cant run and with the average dog costing us 20,000 dollars we find it highly important to raise money.but no donation bigger than the announcement on thursday that donald trump made during a special fundraiser event at drake university... 'its for our vets and youre going to love it because we raised 5 million dollars in one day...over 5 million...'22 organizations
the funds... 'it was just a euphoric feeling of happiness.' leading to around 300,000 dollars... 'that in itself can give us 15 dogs which is almost half the dogs we currently have in our program.'while trumps decision to dodge the gop debate sparked controversy... 'is it good for me bad for me, nobody knows, who the hell knows.'for the foundation...accepting the donation from the republican front runner days before the iowa caucuses was not a political issue... 'we have people on both sides of the party lines in our group and all of us are just excitedthe only issue... was providing soldiers with a new life 'its just a great feeling because you can give back to a person who has been willing to give their life' the 300,000 dollar donation will
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together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america
besides the wind it has been a mild day all across the state, and we have one more day of beautiful weather on tap for central iowa. clouds will begin to move in late which will hold temperatures steady and in the lower 30s. we'll see a mix of sun and clouds on saturday with some of the warmest temperatures we have seen so far this january. before the bigger system early next week, we will see a chance for a rain/snow
mix early sunday. this is not expected to bring significant impacts but could create some slick spots throughout the area. for caucus goers, monday looks to be dry with temperatures in the middle 30s...it's not until tuesday that we will see strong winds and moderate to heavy snow move in. at this point snow we could see snow starting to fall as early as monday night, which means snow will likely impact the morning commute. it is still a bit early to put out exact snow totals, but it is possible that many places across the area will see amounts approaching or exceeding 6". on top of that wind will also be a huge issue with this next system which means visibility will be next to nothing at times. be sure to stay informed over the next several days as we continue to bring you the latest updates.
the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it.
not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. stocks skyrocket nearly four hundred pointstoday .. the dow ended the day up 396 points.. the s-and-p closed up 47 points.. and the nasdaq ended the day up 170 points. gas prices continue to tumble, an economic stand-still... and what's your excuse for being late to work? neil cavuto has the details in this business report.
you're gonna have some extra cash. the national average for regular unleaded gas falling again. it's now $1.81 a gallon. prices have been down just about every day so far this year. those low prices won't help if you drive a nissan altima. the japanese automaker pulling back more than 800,000 of the mid- sized sedans. apparently the hood can pop open while the car is moving. but the economy isn't moving... barely growing in the final three months of 2015. turns out fewer people buying big- ticket things like cars and appliances. that had stocks rallying on hopes the federal reserve will take it easy on hiking interest rates. the dow still finishing down six percent for the month. and better late than never. according to a new survey, one in four employees are late to work least once a month. many offering up some bizarre excuses... including someone who said all their clothes were stolen. another person saying their hair caught on fire from the blow dryer. that's business. i'm neil
spy tech.. the u-s -- has been spying on its friend and ally israel -- in a very high tech way -- for almost 20 years. who spilled the beans on this new revelation from noted
government .. and how isreal is responding.. fighting isis.. reports that president obama may putting more troops on the ground -- in the fight against isis.
water crisis.. new emails show the state may have known about the problems with water in flint michigan even earlier than they acknowledged. the new evidence.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 reports coming out that the west actively spies on israel allegedly going so far as to hack their drones. john huddy has the story from jerusalem.. an armed israeli drone, hacked from a fortified mountaintop base in cyprus. it
reads like a hollywood spy thriller. but this story is apparently real. the investigative website the intercept reports that the national security agency and uk intelligence officials have spied on and infiltrated israeli intelligence for the last 18 years - part of a classified program code-named "anarchist". the reports are based on documents exposed by former nsa contractor
will not comment on intelligence affairs. i can confirm that the cooperation between us, the us and israel on intelligence matters is the best there is." the video and images reportedly show reconnaissance missions over gaza, the west bank and other parts of the middle east, including iran. the anarchist images don't show any israeli drone attacks. but they provided intelligence about israel's military operations and training, critical, according to one 2008 document, for us and allied operations in these areas. steinitz says: "we are not surprised but definitely we are angry and disappointed from the simple reason that for 30 years we've avoided spying on the us." this isn't the first report of the us spying on israel. while some are downplaying this latest expose, one senior israeli official reportedly called it an "earthquake" and "the worst leak in the history of israeli intelligence.
for the second time this week -- reports that president obama may put more troops on the ground -- in the fight against isis. kevin corke has the latest tonight from the white house. in meetings as part of the president's national security team, pentagon officials- citing recent gains in the fight against isis- are calling for an increase in american troop levels in iraq and syria. and the commander-in-chief is said to be open to the change... the ny times reports military leaders asked for hundreds more trainers, advisers & commandos...as the campaign to isolate isis intensifies.. currently there's about 3700 american troops in iraq and syria and at least one official tells the times he doesn't anticipate that number increasing to more than 4,500. graphic "in syria and iraq we're looking actually to do more, because we need to accelerate the defeat of isil." and he has granted every proposal we've asked him. and do i expect more in the future? yes. while carter
been amenable to the shifting strategy, the times reports the president quote "resented" efforts to pressure him to add more troops... a notion white house officials reject. earnest says: "i assure,
if anything, it is the leaders at the department of defense who are feeling pressure from the commander-in-chief, to find new ideas and new ways to further intensify those elements of our strategy that are working." working- like last month's liberation of ramadi...and recent gains in northern syria... but with expected battles ahead in mosul and raqqa some believe the president needs to do more than just add more bodies... utterback says: "we need a special operations surge though to iraq and syria to enable the local forces to be more effective, and to bring the might of american airpower, with pinpoint accuracy, against isis." the united states frankly has had little success convincing european allies to put more troops on the ground in iraq and syria. that's something that defense secretary ash carter expects to address next
when he meets with his counterparts from many of the nations that are part of the coalition. the future of u-n brokered talks about the syrian conflict seems uncertain. after days of delays, the u-n special envoy on syria said talks are expected to start this weekend but it's not clear which parties will participate. : "we have been strongly suggesting to them that the best way to actually discuss the implementation of such a type of discussion, and therefore offer improvement is to be done here."..."i have good reason to believe that they are actually considering this very seriously and therefore to be in a position on probably sunday to actually start the discussions with them in order to be able to proceed with the syria talks"
two years that the warring sides in syria meet in an effort to find a political way out of bloody civil war that's dragged on for years. throughout much of south
and central america... efforts to combat...and screen for...the zika virus...are underway. in hard-hit brazil...the government is now launching a nationwide military operation... to eliminate breeding areas for the mosquitos that transmit zika. researchers are concerned zika virus is linked to rare birth defects...including thousands of cases of babies in brazil born in with microcephaly or abnormally small heads and brains that don't develop properly. the cdc says pregnant women - or those trying to get pregnant - should talk to their doctor and consider postponing trips to countries with zika, police are still looking for two of the suspects who escaped from a california jail. 37-year-old hossein nayeri and 20-year-old jonathan tieu are still on the run.they escaped with 43-year-old bac
, who gave himself up to police this morning.all three men are charged with murder, attempted murder, and torture the group is suspected of using a stolen white g-m-c van to escape - and police say the other two suspects may still be using it. "i want to reiterate the importance of the white gmc van - that utility van we've been looking for. we have information that mr. nayeri and mr. tieu may still be together in the san jose area - as recent as yesterday, yesterday morning and yesterday afternoon. we also have information that there may be a possibility that they may be destined for the fresno area - so both san jose or the fresno area." also... a woman who worked as an english teacher at the jail has been arrested. authorities say nooshafarin ravaghi may have provided material to help nayeri in his escape from prison. new revelations from michigan in regards to the flint water crisis... this ... as republican presidential candidates weigh
more from new york. more hot water for the flint water crisis --- this ... as new e-mails reveal michigan sent trucks of bottled water to the state office building in flint ... months before the city acknowledged the tap water was unsafe to drink due to lead. scott says: "it just shows that the reaction was to take care of the state workers while they were still telling flint residents your water is safe o ahead and drink it." problems with the city pipes began back in 2014 when the city switched it's water source from detroit to the flint river. while governor rick snyder has claimed he was unaware of the problems until this past october... the e-mails show the state was trucking in the water back in january of 2015. scott says: "it shows what we've assumed all along there is no way the governor's administration didn't know earlier there was real issues with the water." now even governor snyder's own party is criticizing his response to the water crisis. kasich says: "i don't know all the details of what rick snyder has done. i know there have been people who have been fired; people who are being held accountable. but the fact is, every
like that. meantime ... bottled water donations continue to come in from across the county... including from a texas school with a teacher who's a native of flint. carpenter says: "it's a joyous feeling, just to know that way down here in houston we're having this drive. all my family is in flint, michigan." the governor's office has not yet commented on the e-mails. while environmental and civil lawsuit to replace all the lead pipes in the city... snyder says they won't be able to put new ones in any time soon.
this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america
all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait.
right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. besides the wind it has been a mild day all across the state, and we have one more day of beautiful weather on tap for central iowa. clouds will begin to move in late which will hold temperatures steady and in the lower 30s. we'll see a mix of sun and clouds on saturday with some of the warmest temperatures we have seen so far this january. before the bigger system early next week, we will see a chance for a rain/snow mix early sunday. this is not expected to bring significant impacts but could create some slick spots throughout the area. for caucus goers, monday looks to be dry
until tuesday that we will see strong winds and moderate to heavy snow move in. at this point snow we could see snow starting to fall as early as monday night, which means snow will likely impact the morning commute. it is still a bit early to put out exact snow totals, but it is possible that many places across the area will see amounts approaching or exceeding 6". on top of that wind will also be a huge issue with this next system which means visibility will be next to nothing at times. be sure to stay informed over the next several days as we continue
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anytime valley and dowling get together, in any sport, its a big deal. even more so this year in basketball. all 4 teams, girls and boys are ranked. lets start with the boys. tigers number 1 in class 4a, dowling 7th. maroons get off to a good start. sam ingoli, drives. floater good. dowling up 6 to start. more
3. fans dabbing like cam newton. tigers answer. charlie crowley inside for 2. later its quinton curry, big guy showing the range. 3 from downtown. the largest high school sporting event in the state will be here in 3 weeks. state wrestling. sold out crowds will invade downtown des moines
but first, best in central iowa. ciml conference meet at southeast polk. the second ranked wrestler at 113, waukee's kyle biscoglia, wastes little time. opening round, first period pin. 120 pounds, johnston's zach price follows suit with a pin. he's finished 3rd in his first two state appearances. southeast polk has dominated the c-i-m- l.. zach barnes at 138 works the half, i call it a pretzel. thats a fall. fort dodge could be the
the defending champs, cayd lara winner at 145. 19 teams taking part in the conference meet and it will last all night. the hawkeye wrestlers have 1 goal, and only 1 goal. national title. hasnt happend in 6 years. 2nd ranked iowa home taking on number 23 minnesota.
125. thomas gilman gets skyler petry on his back, and thats a fall to start dual. 133 from cory clark, former southeast 12-zero to start the hawks roll over the gophers in the last 2 weeks iowa state and to prove it on the road. the big 12-sec challenge sends the cyclones to 5th ranked texas a & m. and it will be a reunion for steve prohm and aggie head
before we go tonight.... an unlikely friendship between a duck and dog -- beating the odds in texas. they're heading to a new home ... where they'll live together forever. workers at a texas animal shelter in garland say it's the best thing that could have happened. that's because sirence the dog and thing two the duck had been friends before they arrived at the facility ... and they didn't want to break them apart ... mos says: "we like it when we see any animal get adopted out, but when you have a case like this, they're bonded, we'll call 'em brothers you know, they're going home together so that's our ultimate goal and i think they'll be happy as well." the two will be leaving the shelter later today
with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton
hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm they've all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. stealing han's dishes so we don't have to clean ours at home is genius. and a little sad. are you kidding? this is the greatest thing that's happened to me since i got my period this morning. max, caroline, you're stealing my dishes?