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at large.... the two inmates that escaped from the newton correctional release center over the weekend remain missing... why officials say the inmates most likely don't pose a threat to the public. animal abuse.... iowa's low animal protection rating doesn't sit well with one iowa senator... what he is doing about it... and why the laws were written the way they are... super tuesday... republicans are scrambling for support before an important day in politics. how they're attacking the frontrunner, and why governor branstad is joining in. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at
good evening. i'm lynn melling. thank you for joining us. in like a lion... doesn't exactly describe the start to march here in central iowa.. but it may be a different story for part of northern iowa.. snow is falling tonight.. meteorologist brett mcintyre has the latest on what we can expect by morning.. hi brett... skies are cloudy and temperatures have dropped back to the 40s. a winter weather advisory begins at 6 pm. a light rain snow mix will develop through 9 pm. it will transition to all snow by 11 pm. it will continue through early tuesday morning. 1 to 2" of snow looks to fall in the metro, but should be done by the morning drive in. it will be colder and cloudy through the day on tuesday. temperatures
the two inmates that escaped from the newton minimum security correctional release center over the weekend remain at large. the department of corrections says officials are investigating the escape and discussing ways they can prevent it from happening again. mike dasilva has this report from newton. michael amodeo and jessy foley were both serving sentences on drug charges... the department of corrections says most of the people in the facility the inmates escaped from are working their way out of the system... 02:56:12--28 'are people who have completed their recommended programming and services and are basically working their way out of the system so. a lot of times the parole board will want somebody to spend some time in minimum security before they consider putting them on some type of release. either work release or parole.' fred scaletta isn't sure whether the inmates that escaped pose a threat to the public. 02:57:17--28 'most people, if they make this choice, they dont want to get
try to stay hidden as much as they can so its a real difficult question to answer as far as if theres any public safety or not.' but if they are dangerous...david kessler is prepared. 03:15:12--23 ' i got protection at my house. i lock my doors and i got a handgun, so 031515 kessler says he's had a run with an escaped inmate before. 03:15:34--55 'this happened a while back last summer too with a female inmate from the jail and escaped 03:15:41 'she came right through my yard so, i had the cops everything over there so, searching with the dogs and stuff. is that right? from the same facility or from sheriffs station. is that why you got a gun? yup. mark otto lives near the newton correctional facility... 03:12:45 'our home is located next to the railroad track and weve always been on the alert system to be aware of any inmates that escaped.' he too has a story to tell when it comes to inmates that've escaped... 03:12:54 some 25 years ago i recall seeing a couple of gentlemen walking down the tracks with blue jeans and white t shirts and later learned that they were escapees and so walking past our home, the railroad tracks
of whats going on.' 03:13:09 iowa council 61 president - danny homan - of the american federation of state, county and municipal employees blames the escape on what he calls critically low staffing levels in iowa's correctional system and the department of corrections classification system...which he says is now designed to try and move people out as fast as they can.... by the way, anyone with information as to the whereabouts of amodeo or foley should immediately call 911. the des moines driver charged in the deadly crash of a 22 year old woman is on trial this week. troy mure junior is facing one count of vehicular homicide for the death of scalicity perez boyd. the mother of four died last november when the car she was riding in crashed on 35th street. an accident investigator determined that mure was traveling about 86 miles an hour when he
that the couple was being chased by another vehicle at the time. mure told police he saw a handgun inside that other car and it rammed him.. causing him to lose this case... the bench trial is expected to last about three days. the animal defense league is ranks iowa 49th out of 50 states in it's animal protection laws... a bill is working it's way now through the iowa legislature to change that.... ben oldach reports.... iowa's bottom of the barrel rating in animal abuse laws doesn't sit well
with senator tony bisignano "we're not going up we're going down...and that's pretty pathetic for a state like iowa." senator bisignano championed senate bill 2289 which would allow crimes involving abusing pets to be elevated to a class d or c felony...but the new law wouldn't stop there. "good components in this bill requires if you're a juvenile that you will have to have counseling based on your actions. an adult is to the
discretion." in addition under the proposed law...if a person is found to have abused a pet in the presence of a child...there would be stricter penalties and wellness check would be conducted "you know, violence is violence...if you beat your dog i'm sure you probably beat your kid." stand up--"now despite the majority of support 16 senators did vote no on this bill. senator tom shipley is one of those senators saying it could negatively impact the ag industry." "and when you read in there some of the explanations, people that can control and confine animals....well
that could be construed as livestock" however those in favor of the bill say that it has intentionally been written to avoid involving livestock...in fact in the title of the bill it specifically addresses this issue. still...senator shipley...an avowed animal lover... isn't convinced this bill would prevent someone from abusing an animal. "i understand protecting animals, done it myself all my life, would do it every day; but i just don't think this is necesarily the right approach and
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nothing is more valuable than cash in hand... but many families in our area live paycheck to paycheck... and sometimes that next paycheck is not coming soon enough. jim mertens looks deeper into the money you borrow... when you're most in need. the offer is enticing... cash in minutes ... no credit check .. fast cash ... so you need money now. what could be easier than a payday loan? delaney : you get your loan, you pay it back, yeah, it's sort of expensive, but it's not the end of the world.. and it's popular. ten years ago there were only eight cash advance stores in all of iowa. now there's eight in davenport alone. so business is good... for the lenders. delaney : if you roll it over for 12-months, that's sort of like
tony soprano couldn't have been much more than that. advance america says a 100-dollar 14 day loan will cost you 16-added dollars... that's a 430-percent annual percentage rate... check 'n go... 100 bucks for two weeks is 404-percent... check into cash... 407-percent. mertens/owen : they're just running low for this payment, i just need money for four days, doesn't a payday loan still pay off? i can't see a situation where it ever pays off, quite frankly. ascentra credit union's dale owen says payday loan companies are seen as lenders of last resort, but credit unions can be the alternative for those who have what he calls "colorful credit" histories. owen : being a realist, i know there's a lot of great people in tough times, tough situations and they're working their way out of it. and opening an account can help build credit. but that takes time. oftentimes a better alternative
business in the world. nat sound : yes, anything on that table is half off. christopher shumaker has been in the pawn shop business since he was 14. though pawn shop collateral loans aren't regulated, he says they still come nowhere close to the 300- to 400- percent seen from payday lenders. shumaker : that's higher than a percentage rate you're going to get on a credit card, that's higher than a percentage you're going to pay at a pawn shop, that's higher than the percentage rate you're going to pay quite literally anywhere else. a new survey just out shows about a quarter of all americans have no savings account. so when the unexpected happens, they're stuck between a rock and a hard place. shumaker : there's single mother coming in that just need money to get to their check on friday, there's people strapped for their unforeseen bill that popped up. the other problem with payday loans is the cycle they may create. here's a list of 24 consumer credit customers trying to get their debt under control. one person with 15-payday loans... owing more than 10-thousand dollars... another just one
thousand dollars. delaney : the worst thing you can do is get another loan to pay off a loan. delaney says before you take that step... get help. and the sooner the better. delaney : i'm willing to bet that there are a number of people who get payday loans that really could get other credit if they tried. some lawmakers have tried to drive payday loan companies out of business... but many in the financial industry say they offer alternatives to a segment of the population
temperatures will continue to fall tonight from the 50s to the 30s. clouds will continue to stay overhead with a mix of rain and snow developing across northern iowa and parts of central iowa through 10 pm. the rain-snow mix will transition to all snow by 11 pm. a winter weather advisory will be in affect across northern iowa through 8 am tuesday. the first of the snowfall will melt, limiting totals. the snowfall will stay the heaviest and most consistent across far northern iowa and into eastern iowa. totals will range from 1 to 2" for the metro with 3 to 4" in parts of north central to northeastern iowa. the snow will end before 5 am in the metro, but the morning commute will likely be slick. the remainder of the day, cloudy
afternoon. temperatures will be much colder with highs only in the low 30s. winds will be breezy from the north at 15 to 30 mph. we'll return to the low 40s on wednesday with another chance of a light rain-snow mix late wednesday through thursday morning. temperatures gradually moderate to mild conditions again during the weekend. skies will be sunny and highs will be back in the 50s.
welcome back. stocks on wall street sold off in the final two hours of trading on monday. adam shapiro has more from the floor of the new york stock exchange. stocks tried to squeeze out some gains in the month of february but an increase in the price of oil plus economic data which shows a global economic slowdown not only abroad but potentially here at home held indexes back. the dow closed down 123 points. the s and p 500 was down almost 16 points. and the nasdaq was down 32 and a half points on the last trading day of
a barrel, that's up 3 percent in trading monday and lately an increase in oil correlates with an increase in stock prices. but a disappointing reading on pending home sales which declined two and a half percent in january, added to downward pressure on equities. disney stock however got a boost today after the theme park operator announced new ticket pricing policies effective immediately. people heading to disney theme parks could see ticket price swings anywhere from a four percent discount to a 20 percent increase depending on which park you visit and takes into account value days, low attendance compared to peak days which have peak attendance. disney stock closed up barely, but still up two tenths of a percent. caterpillar stock also closed higher today after the company announced plans to dump its relatively new on highway dump truck business to the decision because of insufficient market opportunity to justify an investment. cat stock closed almost one percent higher. on the floor of the new york stock
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s paid off in 10 yeasuper tuesday.. in the next 24 hours.. the ground could shift in the race for president.. how the candidates are gearing up for day tomorrow.. detained.. a u-s citizen in north korean custody.. what allegedly put him there.. the charges he's facing.. and the growing tension between the isolated nation and the rest of the
medal of honor.. the man honored by the president today.. for acts of bravery in a war zone.. what he did... to earn the military's highest honor.. from who h-d iowa's high definition leader..this is the channel 13 news at nine on fox 17 there are 865 democratic delegates on the table -- and hillary clinton is trying to gobble up most of them... fresh off her big win saturday in south carolina. clinton feels like she is finally in the driver's seat for the democratic nomination... poised for big victories tomorrow on super tuesday after cruising in south carolina... so now she's looking past bernie sanders and training her fire on republican frontrunner donald trump... clinton says: "america has ever stopped being great. what we need to do now is make america whole." despite clinton's efforts to position herself as a uniter, a civil war broke out in the democratic party this weekend. as congresswoman tulsi gabbard endorsed sanders and resigned her post as vice chair to democratic
wasserman schultz gabbard says: "i can not remain neutral any longer. the stakes high." the lawmaker clashed with wasserman-schultz about whether the d-n-c was coddling clinton with too few debates... the death toll from a pair of bombings in baghdad has climbed to at least seventy-three. more than one hundred people remain in the hospital ... following sunday's back-to-back market bombings. at least five people are still missing due to the attack ... which is the deadliest in a wave of explosions that have targeted commercial areas in baghdad. isis has claimed responsibility for the bombings. united nations secretary-general ban ki moon says the cease fire in syria is holding "by and large" the fragile agreement remains intact for a third day today, even as monitoring groups report renewed russian airstrikes on areas held by opponents of the regime of bashar assad.
violations - white house press secretary josh earnest told reporters they expected some "potholes" along the way... and says they remain committed to the agreement for one very big reason. earnest says: "it can allow for a more sustained and successful effort to deliver humanitarian relief supplies to communities inside syria that have been suffering for a long time. there are a lot of innocent people that have been caught in the crossfire and not able to get the kind need. " the cease-fire does not apply to the isis, al-qaeda-linked nusra front terrorist groups, or airstrikes from russia, syria, or the u-s. tonight north korea says an american college student has confessed to "committing a hostile act against the state." 21-year-old otto warmbier is being held in north korea. he was arrested there in january during a tour of the country with a
warmbier says: "i am begging to the korean people and government for my forgiveness." twenty-one-year-old american - otto warmbier - a student at the university of virginia...put on display for the media by the north korean government monday. warmbier says: "i have been very impressed by the korean government's humanitarian treatment of severe criminals like myself." warmbier- who was arrested in late january - is being held by north korea... accused of stealing a political sign from a hotel where he was staying during a trip to pyongyang over new year's eve. warmbier says: "i committed my crime" warmbier says: "aimed at harming the work ethic and the motivation of the korean people." previous detainees in north korea say authorities pressured them to make apologies ...they later recanted after being released. earnest says: "we've seen the news conference and we're aware of this particular situation and have been for almost a couple of months now. the fact is there's no greater priority for the administration than the welfare and safety of u.s. citizens abroad." this all comes as north korea is expected to face tough new u.n.
well as a long-range rocket launch earlier this month. on monday china's chief nuclear foreign minister to discuss a range of nuclear program. the u.s. presented a draft u.n. security council resolution last week. have a significant impact on the north korean economy, and an impact on their ability to continue to fund their nuclear and missile activities." china has reportedly agreed to the sanctions proposal that would dramatically tighten restrictions on north korea - following months of negotiations with the u.s. a u-s navy seal -- who helped rescue an american civilian in afghanistan -- is tonight the latest recipient of the military's highest honor. kevin corke has the story from the white house. obama says: "even if he had never performed the actions for which he is being recognized here
remembered for his compassion, his sacrifice and his endurance." in awarding navy seal... senior chief special warfare operator edward byers the medal of honor today, president obama gave the nation's highest military citation to a man who's commitment to service knows no bounds... obama says: "eleven overseas deployments. nine combat tours. recipient of the purple heart -- twice. the bronze star with valor -- five times." but it was a daring rescue of an american doctor held by the taliban in afghanistan in 2012, that brought a man used to working in the shadows into the spotlight. byers says: "jumped off the guy i was on, and onto the doctor, who was about 3 or 4, maybe 5 feet away from me on my right...and the reason i did that was i'm wearing body armor, so i want to protect him from any other potential threats in the room...anyone who's been in combat knows that in those moments, you either react, or you get killed." indeed, byers quick action saved the doctor... who said in a statement "byers and his team are examples of courage, bravery and heroism. i am so grateful for their dedication for rescuing me as well as bringing security to the afghan people..." though byers is the sixth navy seal to received the medal of honor... he
old petty officer 1st class nicolas checque with the mission's success.. checque was first into the firefight...and died that night with valor and distinction. byers says: "he will forever be remembered in you know the pages of history for the sacrifices he made." a solemn reminder of the price of freedom...and a moment of thanks on behalf of a grateful nation. byers is one of 78 living medal of honor recipients... skies are cloudy and temperatures have dropped back to the 40s. a winter weather advisory begins at 6 pm. a light rain snow mix will develop through 9 pm. it will transition to all snow by 11 pm. it will continue through early tuesday morning. 1 to 2" of snow looks to fall in the metro, but should be done by the morning drive in. it will be colder and cloudy through the day on tuesday. temperatures will hold in the low 30s. this is the channel 13 news at
fox 17 temperatures will continue to fall tonight from the 50s tohe 50s to the 30s. clouds will continue to stay overhead with a mix of rain and snow developing across northern iowa and parts of central iowa through 10 pm. the rain-snow mix will transition to all snow by 11 pm. a winter weather advisory will be in affect across northern iowa through 8 am tuesday. the first of the snowfall will melt, limiting totals. the snowfall will stay the heaviest and most consistent across far northern iowa and into eastern iowa. totals will range from 1 to 2" for the metro with 3 to 4" in parts of north central to northeastern iowa. the snow will end before 5 am in the metro, but the morning commute will likely be slick. the remainder of the day, cloudy skies will give way to more sun by afternoon. temperatures will be much colder with highs only in
low 30s. winds will be breezy from the north at 15 to 30 mph. we'll return to the low 40s on wednesday with another chance of a light rain-snow mix late wednesday through thursday morning. temperatures gradually moderate to mild conditions again during the weekend. skies will be sunny and highs will be back
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no player in iowa state history has won more basketball games than georges niang, and only two men have scored more points. one final home for jameel mckay, abdel nader, and georges niang. oklahoma state wants to spoil the party. 1st half. inside to niang, layup good. cyclones lead 11-10. later its nader. weaving, 2 handed flush!!! lead up to 3. lets go outside with darth nader. buries the 3. isu still up 2. more
mckay, big time dunk. cyclones lead by 2, 27-25 at the break. 2nd half. niang, down the lane, finger roll. 17 points for georges, cyclones starting to stretch the lead. then nader closes it out in style. one handed monster dunk, and the foul. 19 points for abdel. low scoring, but iowa state gets it done on senior night 58-50 over oklahoma state. 21 wins for the 21st ranked cyclones. the hilton coliseum crowd gave a rousing ovation to niang. niang fights back tears. the rare 4-year starter. he's beloved by cyclone fans,
girls state basketball begins class 1a. and if you want to see what it means to reach state, check the looks of joy on the faces of this mt ayr raiderettes when they qualified last week. that's an excited bunch. to the big stage at wells fars 1a quarterfinals. and a good excuse to get amped up, and miss school. the raiderettes in black. tess shields to kelcie shields. the shields girls can play. both teams hustling. the unsuspecting water cooler takes nymeyer. and then this happens at the half. i don't what it is. but i like it. second half, mt ayr mounts a comeback. shields off the glass. mt ayr down
coast for an old fashioned three pointer to keep turkey valley in the lead. but again shields scores as mt ayr closes to within one point, but can't quite get over the hump. good game as turkey valley edges mt ayr, 55-51. drew ott's hopes of playing a fifth season of football at iowa look more likely tonight. though hard to be sure. the big ten grants iowa's request for a medical hardship waiver, and forwards the petition to the ncaa. ncaa has final say on whether ott gets another year. ott played in six games, which is too many, but due to injuries, only two full games. a healthy ott is a
before we go tonight.... even hedgehogs are being put on weight-loss regimens these days!! a wild hedgehog living in a rescue center in the united kingdom weighed nearly three times the weight of the average hedgehog. so he was put on a diet! when jabba arrived at the oak and furrows wildlife rescue center, he tipped the scales at more than four pounds. the pudgy hedgehog was an instant hit with the staff. star wars fan and animal caregiver
thank you, everyone, for staying late to learn our new ipad order system. we had no choice, you locked the door from the outside. [chuckles] either way, we're learning. han, why would we update our order system when our uniforms are from the 1970's and our paycheck is from the 1800s? let's get to the tutorial. max, you and i are going to role-play. all right, you can be the little bitch, and i'll be me. i don't need this lesson. i'm very familiar with the touch screen. let's just say i put the "goo" in google. i'm going to pretend i'm a customer, and order a hamburger. hello, miss. i'll have a hamburger. certainly, miss. [chuckles]