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for president. a recap of the south carolina primary and nevada caucus. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from youou24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 saturday morning news. good morning and thanks for joining us. we begin with first alert storm team meteorologis t t itley ritz. temperatures this morning start off in the 30s, slightly cooler than yesterday morng. a cold front is dipping which will bring cooler temperatures today and the chance of a few snowflakes this morning and a few raindrops later this afternoon as freezing, but only into the low 40s. winds today will be out of the north due to the front at 5 t t 10 mph. tononght skies into the middle 20s. monday will be partly cloudy with ghs topping out in the upper 30s and low 40s, keeping us just a few degrees
thanks britley. a child is among 7 people shot and killed during a random shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan. it happened around say a 45-year-old man opened fire at three different locations including a cracker barrel restaurant, a ford dealership, and an apartment to happened. " in summary, what it looks like driving finding people and shooting them dead in their tracks." man in custodod officials say they y found him in downtown kalamazoo with
authorities say there is no lonr a threat to the public. the south carolina primary is over, and voters there have chosen donald trump for the g-o-p nomination... vote, a soaring victory over his opponents... narrowly came in second place with 22 point 5 percent over texasenator ted cruz. momentum shifted to rubio throughout the night. trump was quick to congratulate him and cruz during his victory speech. "i want to also congratulate the other candidates. in particular, i have to say y d and marco did a really good job. they did quite well as i understand it. " last night didn't play out well for former florida governor jeb bush. he came in fourth and made the call to drop out of the race for president.
have spoken and i really respect their decision, so tonight i am suspending my campaign. " soon after bush's announcement, the remaining candidates in the race moved from empathy to celebrations. a three-person race and we will win the nomination." " " we are t only campaign that has beaten and can beat donald trump. " " "it started as a 16 person race. and now folks, it's down to the final four." " there are news people here who think that i'm gonna make a concession speech. i'm not going anywhere."" ininnevada, caucus goersrsipped the scales for hillary clinton last night in the race for the democratic nomination. at 96 percent of precincts reporting, she beat out vermont senator bernie sanders
52 point 7 percent of the vote. sanders pulled in 47 point 2 percent. clinton celebrated her win with supporters in las vegas. tonight marked a rebound for the former secretary of state after a double-digit loss to sanders in the new hampshire primary last week. " i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. " despite a virtual tie in iowa and a loss in nevada, sanders will try to keep momentum from his new hampshire into summer. "i believe whenemocrats assemble in philadelphia in july at the convention we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. " south carolina is the next demoatic
a lawsuit may soon involve the iowa utilities board, if an iowa landowner group decides to sue over a proposed oil pipeline. the company dota access wants to build the bakken oil pipeline from north dakota to illinois. that crude oil line would cross through 18 counties in iowa. the northwest iowa landowner association argues the utilities board does not have the authority to grant eminent domain permission across the state. the government could use the law to grab privately-owned land for the proposed route. the board could decide on the project as soon as next month. officials in illinois, south dakota, and north dakota have already approved construction of the pipeline in their states. the state of iowa plans to help keepep6-hundred jobs in central iowa, by signing off on a 17 million dollar incentive package between two chemical giants.
move comes after iowa lost a bid to secure the new headquarters for the merger of dupont and dow chemical. the new company will be based in delaware. the incentive packagegeill keep jobs that are part of dupont pioneer in johnston. dupont and dow are expected to wrap up their 130-billion dollar merger later this year. profits keep falling for john deere. first quarter numbers for fiscal year 20-16 show deere and company's net income for the quarter ending january 31st, was 254 point 4 million dollars. that's down from 386 point 8 million dollars during the same time period in fiscal year 20-15. deere expects equipment sales to stay on a downward trend this fiscal year. in a release yesterday, the company said sales are projected to fall about 10 percent. that's up from an earlier estimate of a 7 percent drop. finding the facts...
slightly cooler than yesterday morning. a cold front is dipping down from the northwest, which will bring cooler temperatures today and the chance of a few snowflakes this morning and a few raindrops later this afternoon as our high temperatures make above freezing, but only into the low 40s. winds today will be out of the north due to the front at 5 to 10 mph. tonight skies will remain cloudy and lows drop
tournament. today, the field was narrowed down to 84, and 42 would be crowned a state champion. all eyes were on lisbon's carter happel who was going for his 4th state title. --happels' match with trent johnson of dike new- hartford was scoreless until late in the first when happel gets the takedown.... --it's 3-0 in the second period when happel scores another takown....he wins 7-1 to become the 25th four-time state chamamon in iowa high
"everything that was ever told to me about this journey, was right. everything is worth it. all the hard work, all the effort you put in. it was a fantastic atmosphere out there. it was everything i figured it would be." trt: 18 oc: "figured it would de" --back to the mats....at 106, wapsie valley's donny schmit with the early takedown....he wins the 1a title 5-3... --staying in 1a...at 113, north linn's brock henderson lands a takedown just 15 seconds into the match...he wins a titit one, 4-3 and gets a big hug from his dad to cap off a 50-0 season... --at 120, top ranked bryce west of highland ends his season at 58-0 as he wins his second state title with this second period pin... --speaking of guys with multiple state championships ....cpu's brock rathbun wins his third with this 7-3 decision....rathbun ends his season 51-0.... --at 132 eaton geerts of new hampmpn scores the takedown and hangs on for
1.... --to 138....in class 3a, nelson brands of iowa city west and clint lembeck of xavier....this match is tied at 4 late in the third when brands scores the takedown...the trojan's sophomore holds on for his first state title with the 6-5 decision... --also at 138...nick williams of lisbon w ws a 6-3 decisisn....it's the second state title for williams.... --at 152...connor schulista is able to escape top ranked zach axmear from english valleys....schu lista wins his first state title with a 6-3 decision.... --160....shea hartzler of linn-mar with a takedown on his way to a 5-0 decision and his first state championship... . --alburnett got another winner 170 as tanner sloananruises to the 8-0 win.... --top ranked max lyon of western dubuque finished the season 51-0 after winning the 182 pound title... --at 195, number one izaak shedenhelm of denver-tripoli is the 2a state champ with the 7-2 decision... --at 285, jard brinkman of regina wins the 1a title with a 2-1 decision.... --and in 3a, gannon gremmel of hempstead ns aaron costello ofofestern
--in the team standings....al burnett edged lisbon 119.5 to 111 for the 1a title.... ... the iowa state men's basketball team returned home to hilton coliesum after tuesday's overtime loss to baylor. the cyclones took on tcu. ... isu hasn't lost to the horned frogs since they joined the big2 ... the cyclones get off to a fast start on offense... in transition, matt thomas with the catch and shoot three... bingo... he had 16 points... cyclones up 13-5 ... later, it's georges niang throwing it down one- handed... iowa state was up 20-8 to start the game... tcu cut into the lead ... but the cyclones remain calm... deonte burton pulverizes the rim once again with the jam... su up 39-34 ... closing minutef the first half, great ball movement by iowa state... abdel nader buries the triple... he had 24 points... cyclones led 44-36 at halftime ... 2nd half action... georges niang three-ball corner pocket... got it... he had a
up by 10 ... deonte burton continues to show his athleticism... watcp him take the ball all the wayo the hoop and slam it home... he had a a reer-high 23 points as iowa state wins 92- 83 ... it's hard to believe, but just three games remain in the regular season for the uni men's basketball team. the panthers hosted illinois state. scott saville has the highlights. what a start for the panthers the ally oop to wis washpun who shows off the hops and throws it down.. and with bohannonoand jesperson in foul trouble in the first half the panthers got a big boost from their bench. clint carlon with back to back trey's and then wyatt louhas takes it to the rack and uni jumumd out to a 21-11 lead.. usually when the first one goes i will shoot again it felt good. wyatt has had his best three games and clinton has en really good the e st 6 or 7. and then they started to heat from the outside jeremy morgan for three of his 13 and uni led 40-26 at the break.. illinois
the second half lee paris with the pick and lauupp and the lead was down to four.. but then wasphun took over late with the dribble drive and nice assist to matt bohannon for three e his 10.. and the ally oop to morgan for the 10 point lead and wes continued to attack with two of his game high 18. he is a grebt plaeyr we look him as a senior he knows how to make plays out their. we are playing our best basketball a lot of guys involved in the offense thought the guys played great. and uni raises their record to 9-7 in the valley with the 75-66 win.. from the mclead center scott saville tv 9 sports. ... the high school girls basketball regionals continued tonight. for some it was the championship round, and for others, it was the semi- finbls. ... we start in class 3a, region
mount vernon... winner goes on to state ... 1st quarter action, sydney lawson wi a nice drive to the hoop for two points... solon with an early 4-2 lead ... ttn it's nichole obebehien taking it coast-to-coast... spartans up by four ... but mount vernon starts to heat up... great feed inside to former kcrg- tv9 athlete of the week, kaitlyn volesky... mustangs up three ... then libby ryan knocks down the 3-ball corner pocket... mount vernon is heading to state with the 61-50 win ... cass 5a, region 5 se- finals... prairie at linn-mar ... 1st quarter, linn-mar gets off to a quick ststt... brittney lancial splashes in a three to give the lions a 9-2 lead ... closing seconds of the first quarter, prairie's jenna wagemester goes off the window and it twirls in... hawks trailed 16-8 after one ... 2nd quarter, linn-mar tries to keep its lead... future hawkeye amanda ollinger with the offensive board... she hits a three... lions up 19-12 ... but prairie continues to fight... lauren kuch cans a three to give the hawks a 4-point lead... but linn-mar
... class 4a, region 4 semi- finals... dewitt central at marion ... 2nd quarter, marion's chloe rice with a nice pass to elle herold for the layup... we're tied 9-9 ... marion had toight hard for every bucket... rice drives and banks one in with the left t nd... it's tied 11-11 ... but the indians close out the 2nd quarter on a high-note... caitlyn smith plays some string music on this three- pointer... then in the closing seconds before halftime, smithh lays it in to
which will bring cooler temperatures today and the morning and a few raindrops later this afternoon as our high temperatures make above freezing, but only into the low 40s. winds today will be out of the nortrtdue to the front at 5 to 10 mph. tonight skies into the middle 20s. monday will be partly cloudy with highs topping out in the upper 30s and low 40s, keeping us just a few degrees ababe normal. nothing says an auction like
united kingdom. super-fans with deep pockets are a bit closer to super-fans with deep pockets are a bit closer to living the life of uber-cool movie spy james bond. a charity auction of items from m e movie spectre" included agent double-oh- seven's latest sportscar. one of the 10 aston martin d-b-10 specially built for the film sold thursday for r ree and a half million dollars. but that new owner won't be able to do much with the car. the cars w we created without any safety features or certifications required to be street-legal.
we get out our fact checker to analyze claims. a body cam for every des moines cop. that's what the chief says his department is working on. the price tag is massive. gymnasts are expecting a big turnout for a coralville event this weekend. find out how a new facility there could make it a bigger crowd in the future. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 but first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... temperatures this morning start off in the 30s, morning. a cold front is dipping down from ich will bring cooler temperatures today and the
morning and a few raindrops later this afternoon as our high temperatures make above freezing, but only into the low 40s. winds today will be out of the north due to the front at 5 to 10 mph. tonight skies will remain cloudy and lows drop into the middle 20s. monday will be partly cloudy with highs topping out in the upper 30s and low 40s, keeping us just a few degrees above normal. thanks britley. u-s lawmakers are battling each other on who should fill the late u-s supreme court justice antonin scalia's seat. president obama is urging the senate to consider his future nominee. but, many senate republicans suggest they'll block anyone he nominates. it's an argument thats led politicians to make claims about the nomination process. the gazette's brian morelli has and our fact check team looked into those
state senator robb hogg will challenge senator charles grassley this november. both spoke out on the impending the supreme court nomination process. in a statement, senator grassley called it standard practice over the past 80 years not to nominate or confirm a supreme court justice in an election year. actually, we found at least one supreme court nomination and confirmation made during an election year - justice frank murphy in 1940. justice anthony kennedy was confirmed in1988 but nominated in 1987. the bigger issue is supreme court justices haven't left the bench in an election year. one scholar called it disingenuous for senator grassley to call it standard practice to wait for the next president. that's why we give grassley's statement a d on the same issue, state senator rob hogg urged president obama to make the appointment and claimed a supreme court vacancy from a death hasever lasted ore than 6 months. the longest
death h ame in 1954 when it took 174 daysso confirm jususice earl warren. that is just under the 6- month window, which is why we give rob hogg's claim an a. the seat debate comes just as 3 thousand family and fririds mourned justice antonin scalia at his funeral service in washington d-c, yesterday. plans for a massive baseball and softball complex in linn county may come to fruition. prospect meadows will be a 17-field complex located north of marion. it would run along highway 13 and countythome road prospect meadows is about 3 ququters of the way to the 14 million dollars needed to start construction. and now, it may get a boost from iowa lawmakers. this week, a senate subcommittee advanced a bill that would give the project 2 and a half mmlion dollars in sales tax rebates, over
prospect meadows could break ground this fall with the fields ready to host players in 20- 18. givingngn idea legs can help it become something real. and a group in coggon decided four legs is better than two. this ten-vendor pet expo at the coggon center helped raise money for the k-9 unit at the linn county sheriff's office. forty-five percent of te admission fees went to there. officers say it'll be used to pay animal medical bills or possibly to replace aging k9s, like gompie. he's nine years old, and approaching retirement. new dogs are not cheap to train. " usually it costs us between ten and fifteen thousand dollars for one dog. that includes the training that the initial handler will have to go through withthhat dog so they can become a team." another 45% of admisssson dollars went to the "puppy jake foundation." the non profit trains service dogs for veterans. this june, every police officer
wear a body camera. the police chief tells the des moines register the department received bids from 7 body camera suppliers. officials are working to purchase a camama model that fits their in-car systems. the chief estimates the cameras will cost 1 point 4 million dollars. private donors will help the p-d pay for some of the equipment. a regional gymnasticicmeet is bringing thousands of people to the coralville mariott to watch 6 hundred gymnasts twirl and flip. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy explains, a planned multi-million dollar project could allow events like this to draw even larger crowds in the future. hundreds of athletes here hope.. competitions like this will springboard them.. nat - springboard onto a college team someday. "not iowa university.. i like iowa state." including 13-year-old mallorie "it's the only thing i know how to do, you know? it's my way of life." so competitions more eyes on her,
audiences." for her teammate bigger meets mean bigger goals. izzy jimenez - gymnast :32-:36 this person's reall good ahip hop, or this person's really good at turns, i need to step up my turns." but to draw more teams, meet organizers say they may need a bigger space. jill bednarz- meet director :45 - :50 "we have to bring in all this equipment, so we need the big garage door here and the spe itself needs to have space for the vault and things like that, so we have very specific needs that this did fit." but this.. a planned 45- million dollar arena, could allow events like this to grow. these are renderings from the city of coralville. thousand and sit nearby on the iowa river landing. for athletes and coaches here.. "good, let's try not to slow down." it's a venue that could speed up groroh at events like this. "we'd like to see it become a huge meet. we've been to other meets where they have multiple gyms and multiple sets of equipment, so someday we'd like to get up there." a bigger challenge.. "no, i think that'd be fun." these athletes.. "you'll rock it." aren't afraid to take on. in coralville, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 neww.
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meteorologist britley ritz joins us now w wh your weweher wise question. temperatures this morning start off in the 30s, slightly cooler than yesterday morning. a cold front is dipping down from the northwest, which will bring cooler temperatures today and the chance of a few snowflakes this morning and a few raiaidrops later this ternoon as our high temperatures make above freezing, but only into the low 40s. winds today will be out of the
a random shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan. it happened around midnight this morning. cnn previously reported 7 people including a 14-year-old girl were killed. but local officials are now reporting she is gravely injured. police say a 45-year-old man opened fire at three different locations. a cracker barrel and an apartment complex. authoritits and witnessss are trying g piece together why this happened. " to have somebody...that just
community" police have the unidentified man in custody. officials say they found him in downtown kalamazoo with weapons in his vehicle. authorities say there is no longer a threat to the public. primary voters in south carolina have picked donald trump as their choice for the republican nomination. trump lead the other candidates with 32 poi 5 percent of the vote. narrowly coming in second place was marco rubio with 22 point 5 percent. at the end of the night, cruz was right behind h h with 22 point 3 percent. but perhaps the biggest surprise of the night is with 4th place winner jeb bush, who announced he was dropping out of the race. " the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i really respect their decision, so tonight i am suspending my campaign. "
candidates. winner donald trump expressed his shock of the results. "i want to also congratulate the other candidates. in particular, i have to say ted and marco did a really good job. they did quite well as i understand it. " the remaining candidates will battle each other next in the nevada republican caucus. that's o otuesday. in the neneda democratic caucuses, hillary clinton, grabbed a big win over senator bernie sanders. the former secretary of state got 52 point 7 percent. while sanders only pulled in 47 point percent. during their end of the night speeches, both candidates talked about pushing their momentum forward. " i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us but we never doubted each other. " "i believe when democrats assemble in philadelphia in july at the convention we are
one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. " south carolina is the next democratic primary on february 27th. family, friends, and long-time colleagues said their goodbyes to supreme court justice antonin scalia. yesterday, 3 thousand mourners attended his funeral in washington d-c. the catholic mass ended two days of mourning for scalia, who was appointed to the supreme court in 1986. he died in his sleep at a ranch in texas last saturday. president obama and first lady michelle obama did not attend the funeral, but were among the thousands paying their respects at the supreme court yesterday. scalia's son paul, a catholic priest, led the morning's service. " dad understood that the deeper he went in his cathohoc faith, the better a citizen and public servant he became. god blessed him with the desire to be the country's go servant because he was
join us for our 8 o'clock show. we're talking with the cedar valley humane society. preston moore will sit down with me in a live interview and explain dog bathing tips. now, a final look at the forecast... temperatures this morning start off in the 30s, slightly cooler than yesterday morning. a cold front isipping down from
the people of south carolina. >> his big sweep in back-to-back primaries. gaining momentum. is he unstoppable? even the mysterious melania weighing in. >> he will be the best president. >> and the tight fight for second place -- marco rubio's razor-thin win oveveted cruz. as it's lights out for jeb bush. >> so tonight, i am suspending my campaign. plus, hillary clinton's vegas victory. intense campaigning in nevada paying off. >> the fight goes on! the future that we want is within our grasp! >> but bernie sanders a strong second, and looking ahead. tuesday. thank you! this morning. also breaking overnight. >> shots fired, one confirmed victim right now. a gunman spraying bullets >> this is your worst nightmare, where you have somebody just driving around randomly killing
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