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district... the reasons for them... and who's footing the bill. warm gift... waterloo residents began finding care packages attached to utility poles. who left them there... and what was found inside... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 the day after the caucuses... iowa democratic party chairwoman andy mcguire said there would be no review of the results and that hillary clinton's' razor thin margin of victory over berne sanders was final... but now.. errors are being discovered and the final tally is being changed. good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us tonight. it may not be over after all... the iowa democratic party is now looking into those concerns raised by both campaigns on a case by case basis... the party won't say how long this review process will take, but officials are standing by the way they run the caucuses... mike dasilva has this report. 18:21:17--20 'theres always room for human error,
have this many people participating.' thomas henderson saying there may have been mistakes made in transmitting the data on caucus night... 18:21:41--51 'it is possible that the reports that were received on caucus night are different than the actual sheets when we have a chance to calculate now that we received from precinct captains. that is possible.' henderson stands by the process itself...calling it fair, accurate, and legal...but he also says the results as we know them...could change... 18:22:58 'is it possible that at some point down the road we could look back and say actually bernie won. we thought hillary won that night but in retrospect bernie won? i guess anythings possible.' 18:23:09 i dont anticipate the numbers will shift but its so close who knows when they have a chance to look at the numbers again and i think the state party will do that review we could get a different result, we dont know yet. 15:11:28--32 we think our process is very special and we think that there are a lot of great things about the process.' part of the iowa democratic party's special process includes flipping a coin. 00:00:24--28 'remember this is a caucus, it was very very close,
coin toss.' hillary clinton supporters won 6 out of 6 coin tosses at iowa caucus sites... 15:09:04 "these take place in very rare circumstances where usually either you have awarded too many delegates than you can elect or too few or that there might be a complete tie and so you know this is the process that is in place. all campaigns knew about that" sam lau says iowa democrats are currently reviewing complaints from both the sanders and clinton campaigns... 15:07:36--43 'we obviously want to make sure that everything is accurate and so i cant give you a specific number, but we are looking at everything thats brought to us thoroughly.' 15:10:18--27 'when things are very close, you know obviously people are going to look into exactly what happened but which is fine you know thats why we are taking all of these steps.' the iowa democratic party says after every caucus they look at what went right what can be improved upon and then they work to improve what they can while preserving what makes
thanks, mike. no problem. congressman steve king is still answering questions about a tweet he sent out on caucus day. in it, king suggests ben carson may be dropping out of the race.. and that iowans should support ted cruz instead. king says the tweet was a reference to a c-n-n report that carson would take a break following the caucuses. carson's campaign called it a dirty trick... earlier today king said he is standing by his statements... 16:41:20 the origin of this information came out of the carson campaign. i went to visited with carson campaign on wednesday one of them was the one that communicated with chris moody on cnn. so i got it straight from the horses mouth, what came later
confusion. 16:41:56 voicemails have now surfaced revealing how the cruz campaign helped spread that message. precinct captains were told ben carson was suspending the campaign after the caucuses so they needed to direct voters to support cruz. hello, this is the cruz campaign with breaking news: dr. ben carson will be suspending campaigning following tonights caucuses. please inform any carson caucus goers of this news and urge them to caucus for ted instead. thank you. good night. cruz, who won the republican caucuses on monday, personally called carson to apologize earlier this week. city and business leaders have safety along court avenue... the effort comes nearly three months after a man was fatally shot during a night out... today city leaders released a three pronged approach 020227 - an entertainment district and a vibrant downtown like this rests on on few things that we have to have our a - game and more
safety - city councilman at large the plan includes additional lighting and patrol officers... as well as a state of the art camera system. electronic engineering donated nine high definition cameras that will be placed in alley ways, parking lots and along the street. as for the patrol officers.... six of them will be stationed in the court avenue district every weekend. currently off - duty officers are only paid for time during the summer months. all of this will cost about 220 - thousand dollars. several different city entities and organizations including area hotels and housing units will help pay for the expenses. officials plan to have all the safety measures in place by the nc-aa tournament next month. if you're planning to be out and about this weekend.. keep a warm coat.. and a lighter weight coat handy.. the temperature will fluctuate a bit.. meteorologist brett mcintyre has details..
it was something of a happy mystery in waterloo, when residents began finding care packages attached to utility poles. the bags with warm clothing were neatly placed in several locations in the area. it caught the attention of locals, who finally discovered the identity of the good samaritans behind the acts of charity. amanda
it may not look like much... but this bag.... which was once attached to this rope.... could save someone's life. while driving to her mom's... tayla vivian's noticed it attached to this utility pole.... "and i got out and looked..."it had warm clothes inside and a note attached.... "it said im not lost if you need me. take me." "and this is just the beginning. bags along the utility poles behind me. them at randolph street... sullivan park... and near east high." "it was kind of throughout the urban neighborhoods... here on the east side and some on the west side."no one seemed to know who this good samaritan was... "it had 'denver slt or something like that." turns out denver s-l-t... stands for the denver high school student leadership team.. a viewer sent us these pictures.. of the students hanging the bags up last sunday.... "they took their money.... you know they took their time out of their day.. to come out and hang stuff up for people that needed it. that's... appreciation."
earlier this winter, residents found scarves in parks throughout the area. a harding middle school student is being recognized as apart of a nationwide campaign tied to the super bowl..... coming up... how he was chosen to be a part of the ad campaign.... why he feels honored... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..you're watching the
as we gear up for the super bowl this weekend, a local middle schooler is helping with an ad campaign... harding middle school student johnny castro is part of a nation wide social media campaign... it promotes several p-s-a's that will air during the super bowl. it's all part of the 'i have a dream' campaign. part of it features castro holding a football and diploma in a cap and gown. the i have a dream foundation helps children from low income areas save for college and make higher education a reality. castro hopes to attend iowa state university and become a police officer. he says he understands how special it is to be part of this campaign. 'i was impressed and happy because some kids dont get to do the same things as us, so i want people to do the
castro says while he prefers european futbol....for the super bowl he will be cheering on the broncos... it appears iowa is on the brain of the super bowl halftime headliner... how do you get this gig, do you campaign? how does it all come together, how did you get it? we started in iowa 3 years ago, we had a bus, a small bus, and at that point not very many investors. we had barely enough money to afford one can of pepsi. pepsi stepped in they were very sweet, they gave us a bigger bus we got some stickers, coldplay for 2016 and we just got out there and we just worked our little butts off and low and behold, the voters of america said alright, you have a go. of course, coldplay's lead singer was referencing the recent iowa caucuses. band members haven't said what they're going to play during the performance...
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light snow is possible as you are driving home this evening, but it will not amount to much more than a light dusting. clouds will hold temperatures in place throughout most of the night. lows will be in the lower 20s, which is nearly 10 higher than we have seen over the past couple of nights. we'll start the day on saturday with quite a bit of cloud cover, but as they break up temperatures will start to warm up into the upper 30s throughout the des moines metro. it will be quite a bit cooler toward the northwest, but we could be pushing low 40s in southern parts of the viewing area. sunday will start off nice, but a cold front moving through will strengthen the winds and bring in a chance for light snow late in the evening. next week is expected to start off in the lower to middle 20s with northwest winds around 15-25 mph. enjoy the pleasant weather while you
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january. but wall street fell on a strengthening dollar and concern the federal reserve could consider raising interest rates next month. at the end of the trading session the dow was down 212 points the s & p 500 fell 35 points and the nasdaq was down 146 points. facebook, amazon, netflix and alphabet, formerly known as google, all got hammered today as the tech sector fell 3 percent. amazon stock fell 6.3 percent and alphabet dropped almost 4 percent. but it was linked in that took the biggest hit among tech favorites. the business social media job connector fell as much as 40 percent after an earnings report that lowered guidance for 2016. linked in hit a new 52 week low, 102 dollars and 81 cents at the end of trading it was down 43 percent but investors helped themselves to healthy portions of tyson
95 cents a share. the u.s. meat and poultry giant reported higher than expected first-quarter earnings and raised its financial forecasts for 2016 even though sales of chicken beef and pork declined in the last quarter. tyson closed up 10 percent. next week investors will focus on federal reserve chief janet yellen as she testifies before congress on the economy and central bank monetary policy. on the floor of the new york stock exchange, adam shapiro, fox business. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- zika outbreak... as the virus spreads across the world.... a new warning to pregnant women.... what c-d-c is warning... and how
in the world... snowed out... a snow storm prevented a presidential candidate from flying to new hampshire today.... who was snowed out... and how it could affect his numbers on primary day... from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 u.s. stocks were down sharply today... with wall street seeing weakness in a new u.s. jobs report... and questioning the strength of the u.s. economy. but, president obama is seeing strength in the jobs numbers...especially the employment rate. peter barnes has the latest. president obama celebrating new u.s. jobs numbers out friday... obama says: "after reaching 10 percent in 2009, the unemployment rate has now fallen to 4.9 percent." mister obama highlighting news of the lowest unemployment rate of his presidency: obama says: "this is the first
has dipped below 5 percent in almost eight years. americans are working." the president praising the u.s. economy...pointing to low oil prices...as well as wage and income growth... obama says: "the united states of america right now has the strongest, most durable economy in the world. i know that's still inconvenient for republican stump speeches as their doom and despair tour plays in new hampshire." but, the president's enthusiasm tempered by wall street ...with stocks dipping friday... as the labor department's report also shows u.s. job creation slowed last month. sharply ...compared with recent months... as companies let go of some eighty-four thousand education, transportation, warehousing and temp workers. and, there was also news friday that u.s. exports fell in 2015 for first time since the great recession. obama says: "so unemployment,
down." obama says: "that does not mean that we don't have more work to do. there is softness in the global economy. china is going through a transition. europe's economy is still slow. a lot of the emerging markets are challenged." still... in a sign of strong consumer demand, retailers, restaurants and bars have stepped up hiring. in washington, peter barnes, fox news. tight polls are giving way to loose lips on the campaign trail. as candidates for president continue to rip into each other, just four days before the new hampshire primary. joel waldman has more from washington. heading into the final stretch before the new hampshire primary, gop candidates continue to jockey for position ... a new granite state poll shows donald trump still leading the pack ...with marco rubio replacing ted cruz in second ... the texas senator slipping to third. but, with roughly half the voters in new hampshire still undecided, chris christie worked to pick 'up' votes by putting 'down' hillary clinton. christie says: "not only that we need to have someone who is competent and qualified and ready to
difficulties of the presidency, but we need someone who can beat hillary clinton's only remaining opponent on the democratic side, dropped some haymakers of his own... calling clinton out for cozying up to wall street ... promising to reign in big banks if elected president. sanders says: "they got bailed out under the argument that banks were too big to fail... today, it turns out that 3 of the 4 largest banks are bigger now than when we bailed them out." taking incoming fire from a cavalcade of candidates is not clinton's only problem. during an msnbc debate last night, the former secretary of state insists she's worry free, despite the state department announcing 22 of her e-mails contained information too "top secret" to release. clinton says: "i am 100 percent confident. this is a security review that was requested. it is being carried out. it will be resolved." waldman says : "a new quinnipiac university
lead over sanders ...giving up a 31-point lead back in december. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." donald trump has the most to lose since he's sitting high atop the polls.. dana bash explains, that's why being absent from the granite state today is the last thing trump needed. it turns out being a billionaire with your own plane can be politically perilous. presidential candidate"i'm number one in new hampshire. will you please keep me there?" after last night's rally, trump went home to new york. he said his plane couldn't get back to new hampshire this morning because of the snow tweeting: "big storm in new hampshire. moved my event to monday. will be there next four days." and posting this on facebook. presidential candidate"the great slogan of new hampshire 'live free or die' means so much to so many people. all over the world they use that expression." but granite state voters expect to see candidates in person. being absent for a day this close to the primary is not ideal.
stepping it up - with more traditional retail campaign events. jeb bush trolled trump about it on twitter, saying: "my 90-year-old mother made it out to campaign." as for bush - he suddenly seems to be embracing the bush brand ...bringing his mother - the popular former first lady. "he's decent and honest. he's everything we need in a president." even releasing an ad with a more controversial family member- his brother. "i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country." but jeb bush's former protege - marco rubio - could be standing in his way. he's sharpening his criticism to try slow rubio's rise, with this new ad. "jeb bush ran florida, marco rubio = finish the sentence. well i mean that, i would just say he's a guy that's been able to uh, number one, uh... the bottom line is he didn't get accomplishments done, neither did president obama." rubio is
the publisher of new hampshire's conservative union leader, who endorsed christie, wrote: "young rubio must think new hampshire a bunch of rubes. he hasn't spent much time here but is trying to sell himself with tv ads as someone who can go to washington to clean up the washington mess." meanwhile - ben carson won't let up on ted cruz for what carson aides call dirty tricks iowa caucus night -- sending this email erroneously suggesting carson may drop out. cruz has apologized, but carson isn't satisfied, telling buzzfeed: "not to take corrective action is tacitly saying it's okay, or it's sort of like, as hillary clinton said after benghazi, 'what difference does it make'... carson said it doesn't rise to the level of benghazi but -- quote -- "i'm saying it's the same kind of attitude." pregnant women whose sexual partner has traveled to or lives in an area affected by the zika virus.. should refrain from sex or use condoms until the baby is born. that's part of the updated guidelines on zika virus
released by the centers for disease control and prevention.. the c-d-c says even though virus is now possible.. mosquito bites remain the primary way that the virus is transmitted.. and because there is currently no vaccine or treatment .. c-d-c director doctor tom frieden says there are steps you can take whether you are pregnant or not to protect yourself from the disease.... freiden says: "we're hopeful that in a few years we might have a vaccine against zika and it may be very to apply the tools we have now. in addition to the recommendations for couples.. the c-d-c added jamaica and tonga to its travel alert list of nations that pregnant women should avoid... bringing the number up to thirty. julian assange is one step closer to leaving the ecuadorian embassy in london. a u-n panel ruling the wikileaks founder has been "arbitrarily detained" by britain and sweden since december 20-10. assange took refuge at the embassy in june 20-12... in an
avoid extradition to sweden, where prosecutors want to question him over rape allegations, which he denies. meantime, a separate criminal investigation into wikileaks remains open in the u-s. swedish and british authorities reject the panel's finding, saying it is not legally binding... calling the decision -quote- "ridiculous." assange's lawyer disagrees. : 'basically we will try to enforce it in united kingdom courts, in swedish courts, in international mechanisms. i can't see how united kingdom can maintain this position. international law is not ridiculous, human rights are not ridiculous but committing crimes, committing arbitrary detention that is ridiculous' no charges have been filed against assange in sweden, but, an international arrest warrant remains in place. it remains to be seen if the u-s will also pursue an arrest. the face off between the broncos and the panthers won't be the only excitement at super bowl fifty. pop super-star lady gaga will be
kick off sunday's big game ... today gaga had dress-rehearsal for her role on sunday... she sported a shiny red outfit... a contrast so some of her more typical attire... gaga ... rose to fame for her outrageous costumes .... including an awards show outfit made of meat. she joins an already star-studded cast of performers scheduled to appear at levis stadium in santa clara, california. cold play and beyonce are both
this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 light snow is possible as you are driving home this evening, but it will not amount to much more than a light dusting. clouds will hold temperatures in place throughout most of the night. lows will be in the lower 20s, which is nearly 10 higher than we have seen over the past couple of nights. we'll start the day on saturday with quite a bit of cloud cover, but as they break up temperatures will start to warm up into the upper 30s throughout the des moines metro. it will be quite a bit cooler toward the northwest, but we could be pushing low 40s in southern parts of the viewing area. sunday will start off nice, but a cold front moving through will strengthen the winds and bring in a chance for light snow late in the evening. next week is expected
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make the trip to stillwater. mckay has been the man in the middle all year averaging 12 points 9 rebounds a game. deonte burton will get the start in mckay's place, but that aves only jordan ashton and hallice cooke available off the bench. jameel mckay has been known for his unsual tweets. he sent this out earlier tonight. quote...1 game...meaning he will only miss saturdays game. we shall see. the loss of mckay certainly isn't what iowa state needs right now while a big 12 regular season cyclones have bigger goals, michael admire has more. iowa state will try to make it 6
cowboys just 2 and 7 in the big 12. tip set for 1pm from stillwater. after just a 7 and 5 non-conference the drake women have turned it on in the missouri valley. bulldogs 7 and 2, on top of the conference. home tonight taking on wichita state. 1st q. caitlin ingle, great look to a wide open sammie bacrodt, dogs up 1 early. 10 points for sammie later in the 1st. outside, maddie dean, money from downtown. 9 for dean, drake up 2. they start to pull away. paige greiner, the rainbow 3. drake rolls 81-59 over the shockers. . head coach jennie baranczyk knows just how important the month of february is. tipoff set for 7pm tonight against wichita state. we'll
these on the field any time soon! these "fashion footballs" were dreamed up by the council of fashion designers of america. it's all part of the super bowl's 50th anniversary. designers produced their own bizarre, glitzy, and glamourous takes on the brown leather ball. among the participants are big names such as tiffany-and- company, betsey johnson. gold leaf, tassels, metal spikes and other extravagant embellishments can be seen throughout the series. each piece is being auctioned online from now until february 14th.