tv 13 News at Nine on FOX 17 FOX February 28, 2016 9:00pm-9:30pm CST
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i'm dave price... it was not whaa ralfml expected when they sat down to watch t.v. this evening. a loud crash...and then this: police say 0yr ldivr and her passenger where traveling too fast when she tried to turn off east 27th street on to shady lane drive. the p-t cruiser ran over the stop sign at the corner and slammed into the garage. police say the driver and her passenger only had minor injuries. the husband and wife inside the house...along with there son were not harmed. charges against the driver are pendg it took an airlift from a helicopter to get a knoxville man the medical attention he needed afr a fire left him with third degree burns. the incident happened just after 1 p-m. fire crews say that the man, in his mid 50s, was working on his truck in the driveway when it suddenly caught
coveralls which then lit the tops of his boots. his two adult sons came to quickly put out the fire...but not before the man suffered sever injuries to his legs. despite the pain he was in fighters say the man was able to walk to an ambulance under his own power. "we noticed the injuries were significant enough that he needed to go to a burn centers so we notified mercy 1 that was located at our local airport they were available." the waiting helicopter airlifted the man to the burn center in iowa city. fire fighters say they are still investigating what actually sparked the fire. new f-b-i data shows that violent crime is down across the country. and two iowa cities in particular are falling fast. reid chandler has the story... if you're looking to live in a safe community, look no further than the state of iowa. data analyzed by 24-7 wall street from the f-b-i between 2010 and 2014 shows dubuque and ames are the top two cities nation-wide where
11:19:37 "we've been pretty fortunate over the years to have a very low violent crime rate. and so, that affords us the opportunity to get into the neighborhood and work on a lot of quality of life issues." - commander jason tuttle - ames police department for ames, the data shows a 56 percent drop in violent crime over five years. there was only one homicide in the five year span of the study...with zero from 20-12 to 20-14. police say the study doesn't include 20-15 data...where the city had just one homicide, classified as "justifiable" due to self-defense. 21:23:59 "i've lived here for 30 years in the same neighborhood, and generally i would say i've never had the perception that violent crime was ever a problem." - debbie lee - oak to riverside neighborhood leader debbie lee is the leader for the oak to riverside neighborhood association. she credits the police department for being proactive - by forming close relationships with the city's neighborhoods - for the low crime rate. 21:24:37 "progress doesn't happen in a vacuum, and i would really
exceptional police chief who has been willing to be creative and try different approaches." - debbie lee - oak to riverside neighborhood leader those different approaches include training landlords to keep crime out of their apartments, meeting with students every fall at iowa state university, and providing resource officers to neighborhoods. 11:47:42 "i credit this very much to the leadership in the police department, that has...been working very hard on being a proactive rather than a reactive situation." - mayor ann campbell - ames commander jason tuttle says it's a cycle...if you have a low violent crime rate, you can focus your energy on preventative measures to keep it that way. 11:20:27 "and so, when we can do that, and we have the time to do that, we can get into the neighborhoods, work with some of the community leaders, work with some of the neighborhood association leaders on trying to solve specific problems in our neighborhoods." - commander jason tuttle - ames police department with plans to add another police officer to the force next year...the ames police department says its doubling down on its efforts to keep it at the top of these kinds of lists. while homicides specifically are down in ames, sexual assaults for the
average for 20-14, something that police say could be affected by having a college campus in town. authorities are trying to find two inmates who escaped from a newton facility. the department of corrections say guards couldn't find michael amodeo and jessy foley during a routine check last night. amodeo is serving a 10 year prison sentence and foley was sentenced to 27 years behind bars. both men were convicted of meth charges. authorities say anyone with information about the whereabouts of the two inmates should call 9-1-1. a des moines man goes on trial tomorrow for a fatal accident last november.... 24 year old troy mure junior is charged with vehicular homicide by reckless driving police say he was speeding when he crashed into a tree... the crash killed his passenger, scalicity perez. mure claims he was trying to get away from people in another vehicle who were chasing and shooting at him. his bench trial is set for tomorrow
courthouse. the trial of a boone man accused of killing his wife continues tomorrow... 41 year old alex fazzino is accused of killing his wife, emily, in january 20- 12. during a recorded interview, he told investigators that she was addicted to prescription medication and believes she accidentally drowned because of drug withdrawal symptoms. it'll be much more than just a one state test for the people who want to be president. coming up next... why tuesday's primaries and caucuses are so important... and how they could impact the race for delegates jennifer ad lib weather tease at the matte!!! we're 48 hours away from a contest that this presidential
yet. it's super tuesday because so many states hold contests tuesday, they could either define or completely shake up the races. caroline shively breaks down the contests.. clinton says: "we are not taking anything, and we are not taking anyone, for granted." it was no surprise that hillary clinton won the south carolina primary this weekend... the surprise was just how =big= she won... crushing bernie sanders by almost 48 points, leading in nearly every demographic: whites, blacks, seniors, women and men. sanders says: "in politics on a given night, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. tonight we lost." sanders says he expects to do well on super tuesday... but clinton appears to have begun a pivot to the general election, taking a shot at donald trump in her victory speech. clinton says: "despite what you hear we dont need to make america great again, america has never stopped being great!" republican senators marco
trump on the campaign trail saturday. rubio says: "he should sue whoever did that to his face." cruz says: "that's a very good way to get rich, pick the right daddy." trump returned fire this morning, going after rubio. trump says: "i think he's a light weight he couldn't get elected dog catcher if he goes back to florida." trump is well ahead in most of the 15 states and territories that vote this week... but rubio says he could still get the nomination... even without winning a single super tuesday state. wallace says: "you could still be oh- for-15 and still be the nominee?" rubio says: "because we're going to pick up a lot of delegates, sure. and, that's not the plan, by the way, but sure. i mean, absolutely we can because we're going to pick up a lot of delegates." now, it is all about the delegates. on tuesday, about half of the delegates needed to win the republican nomination are in play... and for democrats, a third. in the battle for the republican presidential nomination -- real estate mogul donald trump leads the field with 82. delegates --
1,237 delegates are needed to secure the g-o-p nomination. in the race for the democratic presidential nomination -- hillary clinton leads bernie sanders in the delegate count -- 544-to-85. that counts the so-called superdelegates...which are the party insiders. 2,383 delegates are needed to secure the democratic presidential nomination.
but more important than winning a conference title, finding that mid- season swagger as the postseason nears. on the road today at ohio state. 1st half. defense leading to offense. anthony clemmons the steal, then coast to coast for the layup. hawks lead 8-7. later inside to peter jok, posting up. takes the contact, bucket and the foul. iowa still up 1 16-15. more in the 1st. mike gesell. hammer time! kam williams
gesell poster. but the buckeyes end the half on a 9-2 run, and lead 35-30 at the break. fran, not happy. 2nd half they pick it up. jarrod uthoff, nba range. hawks lead 44-42. more from deep. dom uhl, out of hibernation, big time 3. lead is 6. 58-52. but ohio state rallies. redemption for williams hits the long 2 to give the buckeyes the lead 63-62. 1 last chance for iowa, but gesell is stuffed at the rim. hawks lose again 68-64 heres a look at the updated big 10 standings... indiana now a 2 game lead over iowa, maryland, michigan st, and wisconsin.
the regular season is winding down for the drake women jennie baranczyk's crew currently in a tie for 2nd in the mvc, 1 game back of in-state rival uni. home finale taking on bradley. my man griff, #1 mascot in the land, never camera shy. 1st q. nicole miller, slicing to the hoop. 2 of her 11 points. good, bulldogs up 2. then on the break. maddy dean to caitlin ingle, out to lizzy wendell. bottoms up from 3. 24 for wendell. drake up 4. later its ingle, baseline, strong take. 11 for the former southeast polk star. drake rolls on senior day, 78-45 over bradley mens missouri valley conference tournament is set. drake will play missouri state on thursday night. northern iowa earned the 4 seed
friday in the quarterfinals. should the panthers win they'll likely face wichita state in the semis. solid bench, jameel mckay returned to his old form and iowa state took care of business on saturday against kansas state, rolling over the wildcats by 19. after leading by just 1 at the break the cyclones blew it open in the 2nd. matt thomas scored 20 points, georges niang added 17. but the story was jameel mckay, energy, focus...14 points, 17
senior night tomorrow against oklahoma state...abdel nader, jameel mckay and georges niang will play their final game at hilton. tipoff set for 6pm. and in case you missed this last night in the golden state oklahoma city game... tied at 118, time winding down. step curry pulls up from 38 feet. ball game!!! what a shot. 46 points, 12 -three pointers for curry. unreal. warriors win 121-118
well, i must say, leonard, when i first heard your idea for giant jenga, i was skeptical. i can't blame you-- tiny twister was a complete bust. no, i was wrong. the looming threat of being crushed under a pile of lumber does add a certain spice. i've never felt so alive. (knock on door) oh, hello, alex. uh, let me go get you last night's recordings. what recordings? well, you remember when you told me i talk in my sleep?
it's probably pure gold. so i started recording it all, and now alex gets to comb through eight hours of what i like to call "sheldon after dark." hey, leonard. hey. just playing a little giant jenga here. oh, i know-- i'm the one who had to buy him the helmet. so, do you have any plans this weekend? well, most of saturday's gonna be figuring out where to put this game when we're done. how about you? oh, i'm gonna go see kip thorne give a lecture on subatomic space-time. ooh. that's his take on john wheeler's quantum foam. that should be great. well, if you want, you can come with me. ah, i'd love to, but i'm supposed to hang out with penny. well, bring her. well, she's not really into that kind of stuff. yeah, okay. well, if you want to hear about the lecture, i can tell you all about it at work, or, you know, over dinner sometime. what? giant jenga, i win!