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what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straight. and all these so-called deals? well, they come with a lot of deal breakers. like when you leave the city the signal goes weak. u.s. cellular built a network to give you a stronger signal where the other guys don't. and as for deals? how's $300 back for every line you switch? $300! no ball nonsense. get $300 per line and a stronger signal, in the middle of anywhere. of basketball fans will descend on des moines... how officials are preparing... teen summit ... teenagers face a lot of tough issues... the event that brings them together... and the ways they
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prison policies... union officials are examining a prison's policies after a fight broke out inside its walls. find out what changes they're calling for... 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. years of planning will be put to the test in three weeks when des moines hosts the ncaa men's basketball tournament... justin surrency explains why the basketball court isn't the only place you can find a game-plan during march madness... the game plans for the ncaa tournament in des moines won't only be on the court... 'between logistics of transportation hotels, team functions, in arena aspects, its kind of been a collaborative efforts.' the police department will be providing a large downtown assist... 'one of the biggest challenges we have with this being at wells fargo is we are bringing thousands and
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dense area downtown.'scouting has been key... 'we did have a team that went down to omaha last year. we were able to witness what the police efforts were there and how they handled traffic flow and brought that info back to our police crew...'so police plan a full court press of the downtown area... 'one plan i saw had one officer on every corner between wells fargo and court avenue.'and when it comes to the bill for extra policing... 'you are going to see a lot officers waving people through lights.'local businesses will largely take the charge... 'majority of it is wells fargo and area hotels.' like a team ready for march, their also watching their minutes leading into the tournament 'weve actually used some adjustment of hours so we can alleviate overtime.'police escorts will be commonplace and in years past its even included referrees 'theres some security escorts that i wouldnt expect a college team to need but when you look at the scale, its a national event.'with
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'its definitely been something we have been working on for a long time and we feel like we have a good plan in place.' hoping to leave many with some highlights of their own... 'our officers we love interacting, we want to make sure everyone leaves des moines with a great impression and that includes the police department... while we still do not know which teams will be playing in des moines, the greater des moines convention and visitors bureau has already designated 8 hotels where the teams will stay. it's all to help with the logistical planning ahead of time... battered and bruised.... a corrections officer is recovering from an incident inside the mitchellville women's prison. this man was one of four corrections officers injured.. when authorities say an inmate attacked one of them. the union representing the officers says the incident could have been prevented or descalated had more staff been on duty. they also say staff should be able to carry pepper spray
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and here they got the pepper spray locked up in the captain's office and ya gotta run back and get permission to get it and by the time that's don the incident's over. somebody is hurt. an inmate could be killed. an inmate could be dead. an officer could be killed. a statement issued by the department of corrections says quote: the department of corrections is committed to operating safe and secure facilities and will continue to work to improve our operations for the safety of all. -end quote- the department of corrections declined to explain why the officers are not allowed to carry pepper spray. jurors in the murder trial of a boone man are hearing his side of the story... 41 year old alex fazzino is accused of killing his wife, emily, in january 20- 12. today, fazzino's hour long interview with investigators played out in court. in it, he told them her addiction to prescription medication was putting stress on their marriage. he also talked about the night
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found her dead in the bathtub. she was. she was dead. i mean, there was, because i wanted to give her cpr, and i don't know cpr, and like i said, i started screaming, like as soon as i saw her, i was like, help! help! the defense argues emily fazzino accidentally drowned because of drug withdrawal symptoms. her father acknowledged that addiction in court today... her sister, however, denies it. two more iowans have been diagnosed with the zika virus... that brings the total number of cases to three... the new cases were found in women... one traveled to the caribbean... the other to south america. none of the women are pregnant. zika is believed to cause birth defects in babies. the mosquito that carries the virus is not in iowa. but health leaders are warning travelers to take steps to
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spring break is right around the corner... we don't have to head to the tropics to enjoy some nice whether in the coming days.. meteorologist brett mcintyre has details..
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a popular donut shop is closing down to make way for new development in west des moines... 24:40 i'm not ready to retire yet the problem is just finding a place
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that we can make work. 24:51 lou king owns the donut king on grand avenue in west des moines... his building, was purchased by a developer... and at the end of the month, king will close his store to make way for new businesses. he's owned the donut king since 19- 73... king says over that time, he's built a loyal customer base. he says he's been blown away by the support of the community... the store will close for good on march 20th. more than 200 teens representing all of des moines' high schools gathered to have a safe place to talk about some of the issues facing america's youth... 'we wanted to create an event that brought young people from all over the city together to discuss social issues, and create art using one of the urban art forms and we wanted it to be youth led, youth produced.' emily lang helped start the urban leadership class at central campus, a class that has grown from just
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short years... the two day event offers town hall style meetings and artistic workshops like graffiti writing, street art and spoken word poetry... and teens say it's a place they feel comfortable expressing themselves and talking about tough issues... 'i think its important that we have it in des moines, because a lot of times people think iowa is perfect and corn and there are problems going on here and i think its really important that we have an outlet to talk about those problems and have people relate to those problems and listen to us.' tomorrow the public is invited to a community showcase featuring all the art the teens created as well as a performance from joshua bennett, who is national poet. the event tomorrow will be held at performing arts hall on drake university's campus at 1:00 p.m. the event is free and open to the public. there's still much more to come tonight.... coming up next -- find out who is launching a brewery in madison county, and hear the prohibition era story that inspired it. and later.. at 9-30.. race for president.. republican candidates are back
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last night in texas. democrats are stumping ahead of tomorrow's south carolina primary. how they're trying to gain more ground ahead of super tuesday. from who h-d iowa's high definition're watching the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17
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it's as old as the square it sits a popular cafe in winterset is embarking on a new journey. there are plenty of historic sites and shops along the winterset square, but north-side cafe has been there through it all. it's celebrating one-hundred and forty years this spring. but as reid chandler shows us... the historic cafe is preparing to start something new 12:18:20 "people love stories, and a place that's been open 140 years has a lot of history, a lot of stories." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing and as one of the most popular stories goes...nearly 100 years ago, during iowa's prohibition era, north-side cafe in winterset was where patrons could sneak a drink. 12:13:51 "one of my favorite owners was harry gaspari - he owned the cafe during prohibition. and it's been rumored that special customers could get a little extra in their coffee, or even buy a
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box to go." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing those happy customers walked out of the same screen door that slams shut every time a customer walks in today. celebrating 140 years on the square, current co-owner, michele jahncke, is steering the cafe in a new direction. 12:17:24 "we'll be brewing a bohemian-style pilsner, and a stout - specifically named george stout - for the monument's man. and also, a historic sarsaparilla that will be non- alcoholic." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing they'll call it "middle river brewing company"... it'll open this summer, on the second floor of north-side cafe. 12:25:23 "i would say for the most part people are very excited and chomping at the bit wishing it was here sooner than later." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing for loyal customers like connie bosier - this is the place to be. 12:38:09 "i am a regular, this is like my second home." - connie bosier - customer bosier comes here daily for a cup of coffee or some lunch...she's not big into the craft beer scene, but she's excited for the cafe's new adventure. 12:41:39 "i think it's always interesting that way to see how they bring in other people, and newer people, and keep
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customer until the beers start brewing, jahncke's hoping to get some help from the community to keep the historic look of northside cafe intact. 12:28:00 "the goal is $15,000. we want to improve the face of the building, because the building - 140 years old - has seen a lot of wear." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing and once middle river brewing joins northside cafe on the square, jahncke says her shop's 140-th year will be one to remember. 12:19:54 "we kind of want to bring that all together here - the past, the present, and the future. we've been open 140 years, we want to be open 140 more." - michele jahncke - owner, northside cafe/middle river brewing north-side cafe will host a celebration for its 140-th anniversary on march 5-th from 4 to 8 p-m. the cafe will offer free craft beeflights from other local breweries, and the owners say they may just have a few early versions of their own
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winds will remain light and skies will remain clear as we go throughout the evening and overnight hours. temperatures will drop back to right
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we see a major warm up during the day on saturday. winds will pick up from the southwest and the sun will be shining, both of which will help boost temperatures into the upper 50s and lower 60s saturday afternoon. by sunday a weak cold front will move through and although winds will be gusty from the northwest around 35 mph, temperatures will hang out in the middle 50s during the day as the sunshine will
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coming up -- j-c penney is
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but first -- the list of america's most hated
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stocks on wall street closed slightly lower on friday. the s&p finished 3 points lower.
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and the nasdaq closed 8 higher sandwich chain subway says it is adding antibiotic-free chicken to its menu. the company claims it beat out its fast- food rivals to become the first major chain to make the change in all stores. the antibiotic-free rotisserie-style chicken sandwich will be available on march first. mcdonald's announced a similar move a year ago, but is still working on implementation. chick-fil-a says it has now reached 23 percent of its goal to eliminate antibiotics, with full conversion expected by 20-19. many fast food companies have e committed in recent years to selling "cleaner" ingredients. that's due in part to years of public health warnings about antibiotics in food. the list of america's most hated retailers is out... . abercrombie and fitch scored the lowest on the american customer satisfaction index for the retail industry. and this is abercrombie's debut on the list. the company scored a 65 on the
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sector's overall score. walmart ranked just ahead of abercrombie with a score of 66. it has ranked the lowest among department and discount stores for nearly 10 years. j-c penney is living up to its name with its newest campaign. the retailer says it will start offering certain items in its private label collections for just one cent. the "penney days" promotion kicks off sunday... and will offer customers an arizona-branded item at full-price and a second arizona item for a penny. the campaign runs all year with penney rolling out other items for a penny throughout the year. the company hopes its new promotion will help it climb out of the hole it found itself in... after former c-e-o ron johnson's abysmal turnaround attempt a few years ago. there's still much more to come in the next half-hour... just ahead -- security vs privacy the situation is escalating between apple and the fbi, with all eyes on what happens and what it means to future of the government and
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race for president.. republican candidates are back on the trail after their debate last night in texas. democrats are stumping ahead of tomorrow's south carolina primary. how they're trying to gain more ground ahead of super tuesday. shooting investigation.. a shooting spree in central kansas left at least four people dead yesterday. what we know tonight about the gunman and his possible motive for the crime. ceasefire.. intense fighting in syria ahead of the ceasefire agreed to by the u-s and russia.. and accepted by the syrian government and syrian rebels. when the cessation of hostilities is set to take effect from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 one day after a gop debate filled with insult laden diatribes .... the candidates were back on the
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offense ... the frontrunner had a major announcement four days ahead of super tuesday. hillary clinton and bernie sanders, meanwhile, acted much more tame heading into saturday's south carolina democratic primary. joel waldman is in washington with more. a familiar face, back on the campaign trail, if just for one day ... new jersey governor chris christie throwing his support behind the candidate leading the republican race. christie says: " i am proud to be here to endorse donald trump for president of the united states." the endorsement coming just four days before super tuesday ....when one-quarter of the 1237 delegates needed to win the gop nomination are on the line...donald trump showing his appreciation for the nod. trump says "this is an endorsement that really meant a lot." the pressure to perform well "super tuesday" ... a big reason marco rubio and ted cruz tag-teamed donald trump during last night's debate ... delivering even more scathing insults today. rubio says "we cannot allow the conservative party to be taken over by a con artist."
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clear rubio was forced to switch campaign tactics because niceties were no longer working. johnson says "i think rubio can win in fla, the questrion is if he can keep up the attacks on trump and how successful trumps pushback on him." with 2,383 delegates needed to win the democratic nomination ---and 53 0n the line in the south carolina primary saturday --- hillarly clinton talked about the importance of each and every vote. clinton says "it is one of the most important elections we have had in a really long time." waldman says "despite several close democratic caucuses and primaries, hillary clinton is holding a big lead over bernie sanders in the delegate count ... leading him by more than 400. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." the gunman behind a deadly shooting spree in kansas yesterday had been served a "protection from abuse" order by a harvey county sheriff's deputy about 90
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harvey county sheriff t. walton identified 38-year-old cedric ford as the man who killed three people and wounded 16 others thursday.... after being served at work. the rampage came to an end after ford was shot and killed by police at excel industries, where he worked. that's also where most of his victims were shot. the f-b-i is still on the scene at excel industries. "agents inside excel industries are processing the crime scene, photographing and marking and collecting evidence. the exterior of excel industries is mostly processed and evidence collection continues." two guns were found at the scene of the shooting... , an ak-47 style rifle and a glock handgun according to a law enforcement official. both guns were traced back to a woman the shooter used to be involved with. philip chism, the teenager convicted of killing his teacher in massachusetts--- is ordered to serve at least 40 years in prison, essex superior court judge david
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prison friday --- with the eligibility of parole in 25 years for the murder colleen ritzer. he also imposed a sentence of forty years plus one day for the rape- and forty years and one day for the armed robbery. under the judge's ruling chism will have to serve at least 40 years---- before being eligible for parole. he will serve his sentences concurrently. prosecutors say chism, who was fourteen at the time of the crime--- killed ritzer inside the girl's bathroom of danvers high school in 20-13. syria's five-year-old civil war is coming to a halt... at least in theory. a cessation of hostilities is supposed to start tonight, but, fighting there still rages. john huddy is in jerusalem with more. heavy fighting in syria ahead of a scheduled ceasefire. video posted to social media is said to show smoke rising over major cities just hours before a truce in the syrian civil war. the plan - brokered by the u-s and russia, and agreed to by the syrian government and rebel forces -
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turkey. kalin says: "..we have serious concerns about the future of the ceasefire since russian air strikes and ground operations by forces loyal to assad regime continue." president obama acknowledges there's potential for difficulty, but, says the u-s will do everything it can to keep the peace so all parties involved can focus on fighting isis. obama says: "..history would judge us harshly if we did not do our part in at least trying to end this terrible conflict with diplomacy." the deal will not completely stop the fighting in syria, since isis and the al-qaeda linked al-nusra are not included in the truce. russian president vladimir putin says his country will keep hitting terrorist organizations in syria. moscow maintains it is only targeting terror groups, but, u-s officials say russia is also hitting forces battling president bashar al-assad's regime. his future in syria remains a major point of conflict between washington and moscow. the syrian government says its military has a right to
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any attacks during the cease-fire... raising concerns that bashar al- assad's regime will use that as an excuse to keep attacking rebel forces. in jerusalem, john huddy, fox news. al-nusra now says it rejects the cease- fire plan, and is urging militants to ramp up attacks against assad and his allies. the questions raised over the f-b- i's fight with apple over opening up the san bernardino shooter's cell phone -- could make it's way up to the supreme court. but one presidential candidate said it could be handled with just one meeting at the white house. kevin corke has more. we are a staunch advocate of privacy! those were the words of apple ceo tim cook, who today told company shareholders that the tech titan would resist the government's demand that it unlock the iphone of one of the san bernardino shooters so the fbi could access its data. mehlman says: "tim is
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the problem isn't breaking into one phone. the problem is the precedent." delgaudio says: "no, i don't necessarily agree that apple made the right decision, ok?" while shareholders strongly debate the company's strategy, others have been equally vocal in their criticism of president obama's refusal to personally intervene in the fight. kasich says: "where's the president been? you sit down in a back room and you sit down with the parties and you get this worked out. you don't litigate this on the front page of the new york times, where everybody in the world is reading about their dirty laundry out here." mcfarland says: "a better leader would say to the american people, we're entering a whole new age now..i'm your president, and i'm going to guarantee not only the privacy of the american people, but the security of the american people." but instead of the president, fbi director james comey has become the face of the administration's push to get apple to comply... ten days ago, a federal judge ordered the company to help comey's f.b.i. unlock the phone... but in its response thursday, apple asked the court to vacate the order- saying it violated the company's first & fifth amendment rights. and while the court considers apple's request- other tech giants... including facebook, microsoft,
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and google say they plan to file briefs of support of apple's right to refuse... earnest says: "we're talking about a phone that was owned not by the terrorist, but by the local government. the terrorist is no longer living. and the need to extract as much information as possible to learn as much as we can about that incident is something that our law enforcement officials have concluded is a priority." apple is arguing that the government is essentially asking them to create a hacking program that would impact its own product. congress is going to weigh in on the matter by the way on tuesday as a house judiciary hearing gets underway that will involve not only director comey but also apple's general counsel. at the white house, kevin corke, fox news a virginia woman and her baby are alive today thanks to an old mattress. tornadoes causing chaos across the east coast this week... one mom in virginia says she is lucky to be alive -- crediting an old mattress - which she was supposed to take
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lives of her and her 1-year-old daughter. sharanda totty grabbed her daughter from her nap, running to the basement and hiding behind it. her entire house was completely destroyed around her. totty saying god must have had a hand in her survival. totty says: "literally in the blink of an eye the walls were gone and i tucked beneath the mattress and held my baby girl really tight, and say god please no, please no,no,no." totty says: "i knew that it was coming. i knew that it was there, it's just you didn't think it was coming this way." tornadoes in virginia killed three people in waverly, virginia and one in
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this is the channel 13 news at
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reporter: "so when you hear, say, one side, saying that they'd like to wait 'til "the next president is in office to appoint a justice, what do you think about that?" justice o'connor: "i don't agree. i think we need somebody there, now,"
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winds will remain light and skies will remain clear as we go throughout the evening and overnight hours. temperatures will drop back to right around the freezing mark before we see a major warm up during the day on saturday. winds will pick up from the southwest and the sun will be shining, both of which will help boost temperatures into the upper 50s and lower 60s saturday afternoon. by sunday a weak cold front will move through and although winds will be gusty from the northwest around 35 mph, temperatures will hang out in the middle 50s during the day as the sunshine will return.
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valley was the number 1 team in the state for much of the season, but the tigers stumbled a bit down the stretch. just 4 and 3 in their final 7 games. 2 wins from a trip to state.
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1st q. turner scott, driving, floater good. tigers up 2 early. riders answer. gatador keuth, crossover, also gets the floater to drop. roosevelt still down 2. more from the roughriders. ethan shafer, buries the 3. roosevelt now up 1. but valley responds. scott, again gets in the lane. bucket and the foul. then its charlie crowley inside for 3. tigers pull away in the 2nd half 51-27 4th ranked dowling taking on urbandale. 1st q. j-hawks go inside to chancelor house, backing down for 2. but its all maroons after that. joey kern, gimme 3 from the corner. and dowling can get out and run as well. stevie sarcone, elevates, and the
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then more from sarcone, this dowling rolls 69-34 over urbandale 3 games left in the regular season for iowa state. its been a bit of a roller coaster ride, but the cyclones do not lack
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kansas state at hilton coliseum saturday night at 5. or is that saturday afternoon? i'm never sure about 5 pm. football in february. the 2nd season in the i-f-l last week, with a win at colorado. now a rare early home game, and a chance to start 2 and 0 for the first
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and look at this. stormers home tonight against green bay. right now game in the 4th q. iowa leads . barnstormers now hit the road for 3 straight games before returning to the well april 9th. hockey. wild lose on the road
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okay, max. how would you describe our apartment? and i've already ruled out "worse than that girl-pit in silence of the lambs." well, at least she had some silence once in awhile. look, no one's gonna pay money to rent this dump. we haven't in six months.
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renting their crappy places on airbnb. it's all how you describe it. so let's start lying. this is a fantastic idea and i really want to do this. first question: "describe your neighborhood." run-down with a bunch of rats. old-world charm. pet-friendly. "what type of people live there?" junkies, whores, homeless. actors. "do you have a hot tub?" sometimes. "gym?" two. gay jim upstairs, and straight jim across the hall who's only gay when he's drunk. "when is your space available? always, sometimes, one time." oh, just like our sex lives. always for me, sometimes out of boredom, and one time for you. (peter bjorn and john) ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh [cash register bell dings]


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