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has many talking about who should choose his successor... local 5 news at 10 starts in 30 seconds. "you're watching local 5 news at 5 in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecas
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weather adlib: patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" "mary gibb, president of st. edmond school: "it's very important that we offer support for the parents as well so they know how to deal with their children when they get home at night." nikki: after the loss of a student... a fort dodge community is coming together to heal tonight. nikki: good evening. welcome to local 5 news, i'm nikki davidson. a roll over
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dodge kills a teen and sent five others to the hospital. the accident is still under investigation, but tonight, we're learning the driver fell asleep at the wheel. nikki: it happened yesterday afternoon just east of fort dodge. the van went off the road and into a ditch, rolling several times. multiple people were thrown out of the van. the driver of the van is a teenager... the other crash victims are all children. nikki: local 5's jacob peklo was in fort dodge today, he joins us now with the latest in tonight's big story. jacob/bam: nikki, there was not a dry eye to be found inside saint edmond catholic school today. the school president granted us an interview, but the students and staff were able to mourn duane touney's death privately. the emotions after a tragedy, are still so incredibly raw. and it's something they hope to get through together. school was back in session on sunday, for st. edmond catholic school in fort dodge. but it wasn't a time for learning, it was a time for healing. mary gibb, president of st. edmond school: "we're just offering all kinds of support for the parents and
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catholic school." the parking lot quickly filled up with parents and students. counselors, priests and nurses prepared to put in some extra time after a deadly crash saturday afternoon, where 13 year old duane touney died and five of his siblings were rushed to a local hospital. now, after a fresh layer of snow covered the 170th street roadways, only faint outlines of the crash remains for the public to see. but that pain...still community as a whole. mary gibb, president of very important that getting support, to be the ones at home at night answering their questions about why." the students embraced and consoled each other, safe inside the school's walls, while the parents had their own session to grieve. it may be a story of a student taken too soon, but in time they hope they provide strength to the touneys and their classmates. mary gibb, president of st. edmond school: "we just ask that everybody in the community keep the touney family in their prayers this week and in the weeks to come as they deal with this
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jacob/bam the counseling services will continue at least through this week. the school says they'll provide them for as long as they're needed. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. nikki: iowa patrol says they're still investigating the case... stay with local five for the latest information... nikki: new details in a deadly crash in ankeny last week. nikki on friday, we brought you the story of a woman that was killed in an car accident in rural ankeny. the victim has been identified as 30 year old samantha overton of ankeny. her four year old son who was traveling with her is in good condition according to the polk county sheriff's office. nikki: the man accused of the fatal hit and run of i-s-u student emmalee jacobs with a bus in december... is expected in court tomorrow afternoon. benjamin clague was arrested january 20th after survelliance video inside his cy-ride bus suggested he hit her. a criminal complaint later showed, clague had heard a thud but kept going
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later that he was the one that hit jacobs. clague could face up to five years in prison. nikki/2hang: a cold start to our week, local 5 meteorologist james peterson joining me now. james just how much snow did we get today? james: (adlibs about weather) james: patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. i'll have more on what to expect this week in your full forecast later in the show. nikki/lam: moving to
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no word yet on funeral arrangements for supreme court justice antonin (ska- lee-a) scalia. he died suddenly yesterday at age seventy-nine. as the flag flies at half-staff outside the high court -- the move to fill his seat is already a political fight.... president obama is vowing to take on senate republicans. abc's elizabeth hur has our report. a hearse carried the body of justice antonin scalia to the airport for a final flight home -- as a battle for his seat on the supreme court is brewing. obama: "i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor ...." replacing a legal giant.. adding another bitter divide in this election year.. not only in congress but also on the campaign trail.. sot sen. ted cruz: "we should not allow a lame duck president to essentially capture the supreme court in the waning months of his presidency." sot hillary clinton: "it is outrageous that republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to block any replacement
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scalia died in his sleep saturday.. at a texas ranch during a quail hunting trip.. sot john poindexter owner, cibolo creek ranch : "he was totally peaceful. he's a man who went to sleep and sot guevara presidio cty., tx: did not see any signs of foul play." the scalia family objecting to an autopsy after talking to investigators on the scene.. back in washington.. with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell declaring "this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president" -- president obama is forging ahead.. and on the short list of his potential candidates.. judge sri srinavasan.. considered the frontrunner. elizabeth hur on camera: and the stakes could not be higher.. on major issues like affirmative action and climate change policies for example.. without scalia.. the court remains divided 4 to 4. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. nikk/lami: iowa senator chuck grassley could hold a big role on who the next supreme
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as the head of the senate judiciary committee , he has the first say in confirming or denying a nominee. following (ska- lee-a)s scalia's death, he sent out a statement saying no one should be picked during an election year. he believes that president obama will try to appoint a justice that will push his own agenda. therefore, it only makes sense that we defer to the american people who will elect a new president, to select the next supreme court justice. if president obama doesn't pick a new justice, that means we could go a whole year without a full supreme court, and could delay decisions on some big and controversial issues. nikki: still to come on local 5 news at 10...they weren't looking for love but they found it. " she was working int he bakery and i walked by and just said hey." nikki: a valentine's day treat...they didn't meet online, or through an app. meet some iowans who found love the old fashion way...in the grocery aisles. nikki: and..we're approaching one of the first deadlines for iowa lawmakers.
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legislation that's making waves so far in 20-16. james: and i'll have your forecast ahead " monday on good morning iowa... whether too expensive, or too much of a hassle... there can be plenty of excuses behind why we aren't quite eating as healthy as we would like... but a new study shows that it could more to do with time...than money. and sam has a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's monday on the all-new good morning
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"now, we are iowa'experts" james/wx wall weather adlib: patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will
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with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson
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our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening!
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james peterson our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the
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week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson nikki: top five plays of the week are back... and the no. 1 play has gotten more than a hundred thousand views on facebook... the story is ahead... nikki: next, meet a few iowans who found love the old fashioned way, in the grocery asile. next.... nikki: valentines day is all about celebrating
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nikki: valentines day is all about celebrating being in love... but where do these relationships start? well for many.. it's where you spend the most time. at work. one business might be a bit luckier than others... here's local 5's sabrina ahmed with more. as employees stock the shelves.. and shoppers make their last minute buys... having a valentine is on just about everyone's mind. "i am looking for someone." mark brown may not know who that special someone is yet... but if history repeats itself... "i just noticed her in one of the aisles one
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working at fareway is definitely the right move. "you're with each other every day. .." that's where elizabeth and jon met... "she was working in the bakery and i walked by and just said hey." it wasn't love at first site for both of them.... "i liked him but i thought he was kind of rude at the time.." but as time passed.. the two realized they were a match made... in fareway heaven. "fareway not only with meeting my wife but building different friendships and.. i worked in 8 diff stores moving around and you meet a lot of different peopole and sometimes you're lucky enough to meet your wife." now they have a growing family.. their son, mason, is 4 months old. here's the crazy thing.. it's not just elizabeth and jon who gave walking down the aisle a whole new meaning. it's also where danielle and bill met. "walking by the meat department, saw him working one day and just kept walking..." a very shy danielle eventually made the first move.. and gave
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" asked her if she'd like to live here one day, if we could grow old together, and she said yes." knowing these relationships have started here... fareway took to social media... the facebook page now has dozens of responses.. couples who prove love is in the air at fareway. it gives people like mark a glimmer of hope... "oh maybe i'll go to a new store and i'll be like.. i can find someone oh maybe ill actually be that person getting married to someone from fareway. but for those who've made it work... some advice... don't get too close at work. "i don't think you see a lot of relationships coming out of the same department," but also some for the future. "go with the bad and improve on it, enjoy the good, just remember we're in this together." from pleasant hill kiss sabrina ahmed. local 5 news. kiss we are iowa. nikki: know someone
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that should be featured on local five? let us know, we love to hear from you. email us at: news at we are iowa dot com. or call us in the newsroom: 1- 800-858-5555. we're on facebook "we are iowa local 5 news" and twitter "we are iowa 5 news" if you see news break... let us know. nikki a very special top 5 plays of the week tonight... jordan: as cool as the great passes and dunks are, tonight's top 5 is one of my favorites so far!! up next, we unveil our latest top 5 plays of the week.... we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10. " now, local 5 sports
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jordan: tonight we've got plenty of great baskets and some amazing dunks, but this group of top 5 plays might be my favorite and i think you'll agree... let's check out our top 5 plays of the week all made by local athletes. play number
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during the season. at iowa state's practice on friday jameel mckay and co are goofing around with some circus shots. after monte morris nails this nba range three. jameel mckay starts launching shots from off the court in the corner, missing badly to start. but then he finds his shot, knocking it in from 30 plus feet. and of course, he takes a bow! they call him showtime and the big showing coach prohm that he can shoot from anywhere... play number four ..we head out waukee. hoover taking on the warriors. on the fast break, the huskies douglas wilson and nate lee working the give and go. wilson gets it back. gets the bucket, plus tax! take another look, wilson with another appearance on top 5. and it's not his last, more on that later.... play number three ..we head over to north. they love them some jal bijiek and for good reason. his dunks bring the house down!! look at that rim rattler. the 6'7 junior, ya he's got another year.
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versus ankeny. 11 points, 10 boards, 6 blocks and one monster dunk! if north makes it to state, #22 might be a big reason why! play number two, we stay at north high for their game versus hoover. and here's dougie! douglas wilson can do it all. he plays defense. shows off great effort saving the ball. he can fly up court. and fly in general!! wilson's dunk was part of a 11-0 run for the huskies as they got the better of their rivals from north! my favorite part about this dunk... even the polar bear mascot looks on in disbelief! when you can make a mascot shake its head. you're doing something right! wilson again teaching us how to dougie. finally play number one was sent in by graettinger terril school district. in their game versus newell- fonda. newell-fonda's graham brown, a senior who has down syndrome enters the game and heads down court. he gets the ball back. spots up and
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shot! brown nails the triple as the crowd goes crazy! this clip has gotten more than 125- thousand views on facebook! but this is just another bucket for graham. he has played in 8 games so far this season and scored 10 points! brown has been a member of the team all four years! and that's why he's our top play! graham brown. number 14 in your programs, number one in our hearts! in our local 5 top five plays of the week! jordan: (wraps up top 5 plays) nikki: thanks jordan. still to come on local 5 news at 10. nikki: we're taking a look at this year's top statehouse matters, including the fate of medicaid in iowa. nikki: and... how much money iowa schools can expect for the coming year. nikki: plus, will lawmakers expand iowa's medical cannabis laws now that there is bi-
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nikki: in statehouse matters tonight, the first deadline for iowa lawmakers is coming up. nikki/lam: this friday, february 19th is the first "funnel" deadline for iowa lawmakers. it's the final date for senate and house bills to be voted out of their respective committees. tonight, we're looking at the hot button issues being debated at the capitol. first up, the fight against governor branstad's medicaid privatization plan. nikki: last thursday, the senate passed a bill that would terminate the contracts the state has with three companies. but that may be where this bill stops.... house republicans say they will not even consider the bill when it arrives,
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funding was one of the biggest issues of the 20- 15 session, this year lawmakers say it's a top priority. both the house and senate have plans for this coming school year, they have not made it very far. but looking ahead, senate passed a bill for a 4 percent increase for the next year...2018. that bill too moves on to the house. nikki/lam when iowa passed a law allowing people to have medical marijuana, many said it was a step in the right direction. but it didn't do enough to help them legally get it. now there's a movement to give iowans better access. a new study bill was announced that would allow for growing and distributing medical cannabis in iowa. the bill has bipartisan support. the house subcommittee on commerce will meet to discuss this bill tuesday morning. nikki: concussions - they are showing up more and more in pro athletes, as well as in players at the high school level. now iowa state lawmakers are getting involved. a bill will be introduced tomorrow that will require an athletic trainer to be on hand for any varsity football, soccer, or wrestling event.
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last year, nearly 800 people were charged with public intoxication in iowa city alone. this year, a house democrat is looking for a better solution. a new bill would end the public intox offense, but does not offer another solution. it passed out of sub comittee on the 11th. nikki: for the third year in a row... profitability in the farm sector is on the decline. that's this week's farm to family topic. nikki: u-s-d-a projections for 20-16 show net farm income is expected to dip 3 percent from last year's forecast level.... thats the lowest in 14 years. it's a drop of 56 percent from a recent high logged in 20-13. ag experts say the drop is mostly due to a large supply, not only in the u-s but around the world. chris benson, director of applied ag and food studies at morningside college says a big part of the drop in corn and soybean prices is weather related. "i think the u-s farmer needs to be planning for two to three more years of markets in this area if we have normal weather. and if we have perfect
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drop even lower from here. nikki: benson says another factor is that the dollar is now as strong as it's been in twelve years. while that seems like a positive... it has actually given other countries an edge when it comes to lower prices for exports. nikki: a cold sunday, but perfect weather to snuggle up with your sweetheart. hope you all traveled safely whether you were headed out for a nice breakfast or even if you're still planning on heading out. local 5 meteorologist james peterson joins me now.... nikki: james, is this cold going to stick with us the rest of the week? james (adlibs about 10 day forecast) patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps.
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week? james (adlibs about 10 day forecast) patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. nikki: a cancer diagnosis is bad for anyone -- but may be the worst for a child. they many times feel like an outcast, and it's a painful thing. but you can help a little with that. a great event is coming up in des moines later this month for "children's cancer connection." they help families keep their lives on track -- families like the andersons. 13:21 "i couldn't help but to get a little teary eyed that the first camp he was ever going to attend was an oncology camp." 13:28 alissa that's a shocking reality only the parents of a child with cancer will ever understand. it happened to the andersons of st.
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8 year old son reagan was the picture of health. the next, his life was threatened and he was dealing with the unpleasant affects of chemotherapy. 4:14 "well i wasn't really happy because i hated the taste and i just did not feel good." 4:19 reagan but children's cancer connection swooped in to help another family understand childhood cancer and support them in the many ways their lives were about to change. maybe the biggest thing they do all year long is provide the kids a free summer camp. 12:38 it didn't cost us a dime. and what they got out of it is so much more than any other camp we could have sent them to 12:45 (((butt to))) 9:14 he was able to go to camp where there are doctors and nurses and people who care and other kids who are going through cancer just like him 9:23 mike the week-long camp each summer is the best week of the year for most kids with a diagnosis. and even though reagan found out about his cancer only a couple weeks before camp, this intuitive eight year old knew right away that he was somewhere special. 8:43 i was glad because
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alone and i knew that other people were there to support me 8:50 ((butt to))) 7:38 it was in the middle of trees , so it was really cool when i came out. so it was a bunch of trees and birds and it was really cool. 7:50 reagan and then something amazing happened. reagan responded amazingly well to his chemo. so well that he was declared cancer free just three months later, something that's rarely seen. 5:34 it was a few months. we only had to walk in the shoes of cancer for a few months. so to know it didn't have to be a really long drawn out process was just surreal. 5:46 alissa and though reagan's been cancer free for six months now, he won't dare miss camp this year so he can support those who are getting a week-long respite from their cancer battles. 13:42 it just felt like a place to have a blast. it was a blast. 13:46 mike and reagan nikki: here's the part where you at home can help out. join local 5's jack miller for a very special
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night away is thursday february 25th. this is the biggest fundraiser of the year for children's cancer connection. and as the name suggests, it helps raise money for the kids to go to that fabulous week-long camp this summer. all the information is at the website children's cancer connection. nikki: coming up on the weekend buzz, the walking dead take over west des moines. we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10.
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headed out to romantic dates.... lets get serious its also the mid- season premiere of the walking dead. nikki: millons of viewers across the country tuned in... including singles and couples gathering at 34's sports grill in west des moines for a watching party.... there will be no spoilers coming from us on tonights show... mostly because we haven't seen the episode yet... but it's rumored to be a bloodbath... we were just looking for something to do on sunday nights we're a local family owned business and a lot of regulars come in lookin for something to do on sunday nights and someone came up to me why aren't you guys showing the walking dead its on and i went ok . nikki: (reax to walking
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jordan: turning to the big screen, you could say that "deadpool" has crushed all rivals in the box office this weekend. the superhero flick based on a marvel comic made an estimated 135- million dollars in its opening weekend. (react about the movie) nikki: and finally
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weekend buzz, there's a new app that's trending on social media we want to tell you about. it's called fetch. what it does, is takes a picture of you or a friend and calculates which breed of dog you most look like. we thought it'd be fun to try them out, you let us know if they're accurate. jordan got a golden retriever. it says he gets along with everyone. james got a lab, it says he's strong, smart and waterproof. and i got an english cocker spaniel, it says i'm outgoing and need to be told more than once.
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independent weather experts" james weather adlib: patchy fog and a little more light snow will develop overnight tonight. maybe another 1/2" of snow to add to our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson
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with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! james peterson nikki: our storm total of stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into
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with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the
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week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson nikki: our storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson nikki: hawkeyes back in action tonight looking to
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jordan tough loss to indiana, but they face a team that was winless in the big ten heading into tonight but would the hawks had trouble with the gophers of minnesota... highlights and reaction up next... we'll be right back... you're watching local five news at 10. " now, local 5 sports with jordan furbee. we
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jordan: after a tough loss to indiana on thursday, the
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now get an off night. well actually they play minnesota, but the gophers are 0-12 entering tonight's game, so it's a cakewalk game right? wrong. minnesota the last team to beat the hawks at carver, last february! trying to do it again tonight. 1st half, gophers with a 2 point lead. check out dom uhl. uhl with the block, he then leads the charge down court, and lays it in! hawks tie it up at 20. but minnesota not backing down. off the missed three, jordan murphy grabs slams it home. gophers go up by 4! side note, jarrod uthoff hadn't made a bucket at this point in the game. but he gets it together here, with the left handed layin. then uthoff scores with the right. then from kinnick stadium, uthoff bombs in the three. hawks up 4 at the break. 2nd half, iowa goes ahead by 10 as peter jok nails the three. he finished with a game high 27! but the gophers refused to go away. minnesota within
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then with the game looking like it's over. the gophers get the bucket and the foul to pull within 3 with 2 seconds left. and fran mccaffery can't believe it. luckily for he and the hawks, they hold off the upset, 75-71 the final "(alex giaimo) well it wasnt pretty but the hawkeyes did prevail tonight against minnesota and now stand alone a top of the big ten standings after the game the players said that no game in the big ten is easy and a win is a win. (mike gesell) we knew what we were getting into theyve been in almost every single game in the big ten and they were all down to the wire and they are a team that just keeps fighting. (peter jok) most of the games they played have been close we knew it was going to be a tough game but we got the win that's all that matters. you got to come and bring your game and ever team is good anythign can happen you just got to come and bring your game. (jarrod uthoff) w win is a win we feel good
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don tthink their record reflects how good they are. they can do a lot of different things. (alex giaimo) and the first place hawkeyes head to happy valley to take on penn state they will be looking for a season sweep. in iowa city with your hawkeyes headquarters report im alex giaimo. next up for the hawks a trip to state college to face penn state. that game tips off wednesday at 530 on btn. drake women see their 5 game winning streak snapped. 68-53 to indiana state. and uni takes down illinois state 61-35. drake and uni face off friday, those two tied with missouri state for first in the valley. cyclone wrestling celebrating 100 years with a great video honoring past national champion teams and wrestlers... to the action at 133 pounds. #8 ranked senior earl hall pounces and gets the takedown, en route to the 10-5 decision.
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tanner weatherman also wrestling in his final match at hilton. and what a way to finish it. with the pin! he earns the big six points helping the cyclones clinch the match. 28-11 is the final. isu finishes up the regular season friday at #16 minnesota. jordan: it's not just players that go up and down in farm systems, but coaches as well. yesterday iowa wild head coach john torchetti was named the interim head coach of the minnesota wild after the nhl club fired mike (yo) yeo. the boston native has coached in des moines since 20-14 and previously led the team when it was in houston. for torch, this is a dream come true. "i'm excited, i'm real excited. somebody's giving me the opportunity and it's not the best of times, but it's an opportunity now that we've gotta come in and battle as a team and get our way out of it. tough to say bye to fans because i can tell you one thing, they were awesome to me and great to the team, the support was incredible. i'll miss them all and they stuck with us and they backed us and this is the type of hockey
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and this is the type of hockey that they deserve going forward." associate head coach david cunniff will take over here in des moines as the interim head coach. jordan: (adlibs sports wrap with nikki) nikki: coming up, james has a final check of your forecast. we'll be right back. james weather adlib: patchy
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develop ovour storm total of about 3.4". monday will stay mostly cloudy with lighter south winds, and a bit warmer temps. we have another "clipper" type system coming in from the nw overnight monday into tuesday. another 1-2" expected overnight, with a transition to rain/snow mix early tuesday is possible, especially south. maybe another 1/2" on tuesday. tuesday will also be breezy again, with nw winds gusting to 25 mph. warmer weather will finally start to take shape over the midwest and iowa late week with some 40s and 50s likely by the end of the week! have a great evening! local 5 meteorologist james peterson nikki thanks for watching abc five news at 10... you can find all the latest news
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