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martin o'malley in a distant third with 3%. the iowa poll margin for error is 4%. hillary clinton hoping to hold on to that lead. her final get out and caucus rally happening right now in des moines. >> the lincoln high school auditorium behind me was just not large enough tonight to house all of the excitement from the hundreds of hillary clinton supporters. the candidate took center stage when hillary mentioned climate change and the need for renewable energy. she also sent a democrat in the white house is good for the economy. ms. clinton: i know, as convenient as it may be for our republican friends to hear it, that the american economy does
this is one of those inconvenient facts. all you have to do is look back at the last two democratic presidents that we had. i know both of them, and i know that they both inherited economic problems from their republican predecessors. senator tom harkin was one of the first speakers at the event tonight. he had the clintons told the crowd to make sure and get out and caucus tomorrow night. todd: competitor bernie sanders also holding a final rally here in des moines tonight. he spoke to a huge crowd at grand view university, thanking them for his progress and reminding supporters just how far that campaign has become. sen. sanders: is not just electing been -- electing bernie
coming together as a people to tell that billionaire class that they cannot and will not have it all. todd: sanders boasting what he calls more individual contributions than any candidate in the history of the united states. he said last month, they raise more than $20 million with an average contribution of just $27. democratic candidate martin o'malley also in the metro making a final push. he kicked off a canvassing event in johnston this afternoon where he urged supporters to remain strong. mr. o'malley: we all face a tough fight. i have always been drawn to a tough fight. todd: you can hear more from o'malley and his supporters later in this newscast. on the republican side, the final register poll shows donald
ted cruz has fallen to second with 23%. marco rubio in a distant third with just 13%. right now, ted cruz hosting a pre-caucus rally at the iowa state fairgrounds. he focused on how he would fight isis n.y.c., not donald trump, is the best candidate for the nomination. -- sen. cruz: have a president willing to utter the words radical islamic terrorism. we will not weaken, we will not degrade, we will utterly and completely destroy isis. todd: donald trump also in iowa today. he started his morning at a middle school in council bluffs. he criticized ted cruz's voter
mr. trump: he is putting in houses "voter violation". i have never heard of anything like this. it is so dishonest. then he took an ad about me and said i am in favor of obamacare. my whole campaign is against obamacare. todd: senator marco rubio all islands to caucus this afternoon at a rally in cedar falls and he promised he is the guy to grow the conservative movement. sen. rubio: i want to grow it. i want to convince more americans that conservatism is the right approach for them and for this country. that will mean taking our message to people who have not voted for us in the past. todd: rubio was in davenport tonight and he just wrapped up a
despite a fall in the polls, jeb bush showing no sign of going down quietly. the former florida governor says marco rubio supporters should stop whining about attack ads from his allies. he also told a crowd in cedar rapids he can beat hillary clinton. mr. bush: it is so important in the world that we are in, with these nationstates on the run, that the united states gets back in the game. i will have the back of the military. our friends will know the united states will support them, our enemies will fear us, and we will be a more peaceful and secure country because of it. your work makes me believe that i have a very good chance of being the republican nominee. todd: chris christie also campaigning in iowa today. he'll spoke at the wellman's pub and rooftop in west des moines tonight with governor branstad. rick santorum in the metro, too. he was at the pizza ranch in urbandale at 7:00. and, rand paul held a rally at the university of iowa tonight as well. you can trust kcci tomorrow for
we will be live all night long until the final results are in. we will also have crews at all the big campaign watch parties and we'll inside a democratic , and a republican caucus. our coverage starts at 6:30 monday night. if you are still wondering when, where, and how to caucus, we have got you covered. we broken down on a kcci 8 news close up this morning. we also talked to leaders from the iowa democrats and republicans, getting their insights on the caucuses process. you can watch it right now on our website, kcci.com. now, a big factor in tomorrow's turnout is the weather. jason sydejko is in now with more of what we are calling i guess a blizzard watch at this point. jason s: a blizzard watch across portions of iowa. i can't stress enough that the bulk of the snow balls on tuesday. the vast majority of this is going to not be in your hair, not going to be making the roads
if you are heading out, know that this shouldn't be an issue for you, that is monday. blizzard watch northwestern portions of the state. some of us could see over a foot of snow in spots out of this system. we are not quite seen it yet. clouds pushed eastward. it made for an absolutely wonderful day. temperatures climbed back into the 40's. we will get another day of that tomorrow, at least some of us will. not a lot of snow that we are looking at for tomorrow. i will have that kind of breakdown along with your snow total forecast shortly. todd: an update now on a story we brought you at 5:30. the des moines police department was asking for help identifying two potential witnesses in the death of des moines architect kirk blunck. tonight they tell us the two , people in that picture have now turned themselves in, and they are answering questions.
sunday at the teachout building on locust street. trust kcci for more details on the investigation as we learn them. next at 10:00, a devastating murder case on a college campus in virginia. and the surprising new arrests. ,plus the big impact of , tomorrow's caucus results. we're live downtown to break it down. and bouncing back. , scott reister shows us how the hawkeyes' top two scorers came up big. >> begin your caucus day with kcci. we'll help you find your caucus location, tell you what to expect monday night, and also senator grassley will join us in , studio to add his insight. we will also update your forecast for the winter weather ahead. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and
look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one.
where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and
i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children
and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done.
a real difference for you and your families across our country. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: right now,
the college town of blacksburg, virginia is in mourning after the murder of a 13-year-old girl. brian webb reports tonight, police have arrested two promising virginia tech students in connection with her death. brian: police say david eisenhauer abducted 13-year-old nicole lovell and that natalie keepers helped him dispose of
highway 90 miles from her home. we were investigating all types >> of things, social media included. there were lots of things coming in that led us to a general area. brian 18-year-old eisenhauer, a : virginia tech freshman engineering major and member of school's cross country team, is now charged with abduction and murder. 19-year-old keepers, a sophomore engineering student, is charged with improper disposal of a dead body. >> she was always the cutest little thing, you know? brian lovell's family believes : she climbed out the bedroom window of her blacksburg, virginia apartment wednesday after blocking her door with a , dresser. while nicole was missing, her father posted this message to facebook. >> nicole, honey, if you see this, if you're out there you , can come to me. i'm not mad at you. i'm worried about you. your family is worried about you. just come home. brian lovell's disappearance : sparked a four day search that included a thousand members of virginia tech's corps of cadets.
she was killed. brian webb for cbs news. todd: nicole's body has been taken to a medical examiner's office for an autopsy. right now, in lexington, kentucky, investigators are interviewing witnesses to this massive fire. it destroyed a beef cattle auction business. a lexington fire department spokesman says it's too early to determine the cause of the fire. several nearby businesses were also destroyed. but, nobody was injured. in california rain and snow , snarling traffic and closing roads. this video taken in nevada county, near the sierras, where flooding began early this morning. traffic was blocked for close to officials say ice got caught seven hours. under the bridge. they're hoping to clear the road overnight. time now to check back in with jason. everybody wants to know, when is it going to snow in how much?
we are not going to see much. late into the evening, a chance of a few flakes but i don't take we will see anything accumulate. monday night into tuesday is what will start to see some of those aggressive accumulations start, at least. a look at the blizzard watch we have for the northwestern half of the state. anywhere in those areas, plan on traveling will be in peter's by snow and/or blowing snow. today, not exactly the same situation. a beautiful day. clouds cleared out. our temperatures back into the middle 40's, and some of us made good on that wonderful day. this is briana's beautiful shot. thank you for sending in that shot. we have a few of those up on the u-local page as well. freezing is our average high, so a bit mild out there.
40 degrees by 3:00 p.m. no snow in the forecast until 6:00 p.m. so if you are headed out to caucus, you won't see any travel impediments just yet. right now, clear skies for most of the midwest and all the way back to rapid city. you can see some snow starting to fall off near north platte. eventually, we will see that system make its way in our direction and i think it will make travel difficult right away. early on monday, not see a lot. as we head into the morning hours on tuesday and into the afternoon. one thing that could you way at any of these snow totals is any dry air that works in behind it. some indication that we could see this to the middle portion of the day, so there is a chance that we could still eat into some of those totals. i think by and large, we will be
light waves through the 5:00-6:00 p.m. hour. the morning commute on tuesday likely will be impacted. plan on difficult travel. here is that dry air i am talking about. you can see it nosing its way into the late morning and afternoon hours. keeping a lot that snow to the northwest. i would still plan on difficult travel, -- travel. we will have the winds to support blowing snow. we will likely see those roads become snow-covered and continue to stay snow-covered. 8-12 inches across a good swath of the state. 4-8 inches tapering back to dubuque or so. slushy stuff and rain through extreme southeast iowa. tomorrow, we're back up to 40. we do bring in the clouds that
snow into later on in the evening. initial signs of that snow will not be accumulating, just a bit of light stuff. tuesday, it does accumulate. after that temperatures do take a dive. back to near freezing by the end of the week with sunshine trying to work back in. todd: we are one day away. the candidates making their final pitch across the state. a live picture of ted cruz's rally at the fairground.
but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. iowa is now 8-1 in the big 10, -- discuss got iowa is now 8-1 -- discuss scott iowa is now
8-1 in : the big 10, tied for first place. 7 of their 8 wins have been by double digits. the latest, sunday at home
jarrod had 19 first-half points, 23 in the game. the hawkeyes had a 16 point lead at the half. peter jok had 22 second-half points. he finishes
the break strong here. how does 85-71. this season is all about finding the right guy at the right time. >> absolutely. we share the ball. we find a guy who was half. >> we hold each other accountable. this team, i think, continues to do a couple of things. they share the ball and they believe in each other. we can survive a player or to
scott: they host a struggling penn state squad on wednesday. the hawkeyes also defeated northwestern. this game was at northwestern. the drink women win -- but drake women win. uni was at home against southern illinois. tied at 29 at the half. wes washpun went on a personal scoring vendetta. bennett koch, a career-high 22 and 11 rebounds. 67-58 panthers. they improved their record to 4-6 in the valley. coming up, the cyclones are still sitting pretty. we will also have more from the hawkeyes. hear from their scoring machine.
we will also have the latest from super bowl 50. and, a sunday sports extra. what a reunion it was. we are talking about tony watson from dallas center grimes high school. they retired his jersey on friday night. we were there. tony had quite a nice seeing all of his coaches and teachers. todd: worth staying up for. countdown to caucuses. taking a live look out at the state fairgrounds, where texas senator ted cruz is having his pre-caucus rally. most of the candidate part of the state giving their final
car repairs, home improvements, a family trip ...it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. he's just not ready to be president.
they've all come to look for america [ cheers
and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. announcer: the most-watched evening news in central iowa. this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00. todd: cap down to caucuses. -- countdown to caucuses. candidates in iowa tonight making their final pitch. why they say they deserve your vote. first, blizzard watch.
jason sydejko is here to help you plan what is coming up next. jason s: if you happen to be heading out to caucus, you won't have a lot to worry about. but you will likely see some snow, but not talking about any accumulations. another look at your blizzard watch and your winter storm watch that we have out there right now. the blizzard watch is in bright lime green. we don't have anything on the radar as far as snow goes. clouds are beginning to work in. that system has yet to take full shape as it is making its trek eastward. springlike squarely this. this spent it -- they sent in from a u-local user. that squirrel might need another acorn. tomorrow, temperatures warming into the mid-30's. chances for some light snow into the evening tomorrow night.
efforts a connection iowans , appreciate. >> this is grassroots politics at its very best. i mean this is where it starts , in the neighborhoods with active people. rose: o'malley is polling at 3% in the latest register poll. far behind the neck&neck race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. mr. o'malley: i'm encouraging my supporters to hold strong in the caucuses. the people of iowa have the ability to change the trajectory of this race. rose: an optimism his followers also share. >> we think he's still viable. this race isn't over. this is just beginning in iowa. from iowa to new hampshire. rose: o'malley says he's not wavering from his goal to win the nomination, explaining his mind is set on just one thing. could a vp nom be in your future looking forward? mr. o'malley: the only thing that's in my future is caucus night. that's all i'm focused on. that's what i've been focused on. rose: in johnston, rose heaphy, kcci 8 news, iowa's news leader.
his final plea to voters tonight at the iowa state fairgrounds. he focused on his plan to fight isis and why he, not donald trump, is the best candidate for the nomination. and with less than 24 hours to go until the caucuses, the votes will offer more than delegates, they will determine which campaigns can turn support into turnout. weijia: there certainly is a buzz throughout iowa as people anxiously await what happened. it will really depend on who actually shows up, because what they tell pollsters and what they tell us here in the field doesn't really matter in less they are actually there. presidential candidates are crisscrossing iowa to seal the
sen. sanders: monday night could be an historic night for this country. weijia: democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are separated by just three points in the latest polls. martin o'malley is in a distant third. if his supporters jump ship, they could be a decisive factor. donald trump has a slight lead over ted cruz. on the campaign trail, his tour bus got stuck in the mud and needed a tow. meanwhile, trump campaigned with the reverend jerry falwell junior, trying to win over evangelicals. mr. trump: if we can come out of iowa with a nice victory, it is so important. weijia: volunteers are also giving a final push, canvassing across the state and making tens of thousands of phone calls. political experts say this late in the game, volunteers should not be trying to change people's
committed voters actually show up on caucus night. >> have to be in line by 7:00. if you are not in line, your vote will not be counted. weijia: that weather threatens most of the state, but the candidates are hoping it holds off until after the caucuses. many candidates are already looking forward, trying to focus on new hampshire, where a new poll just came out tonight showing trump and sanders are soaring. in fact, trump has 30% to cruise 's -- 30%. todd: we have reporters in town from all of our sister stations across the country. philip from our station in boston was on the campaign trail
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but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm
hillary clinton and i approve this message. announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: new tonight, a central iowa mother almost missed her
but her daughter took things into her own hands. forrest saunders reports on a big change of venue. reporter: the story of kelsea and shane prather, the bride and groom up there, began at a mall. through friends, the two were encouraged to meet there. but, kelsea's mom, misty butler one of the most important people , in her life, had doubts. she said, are you sure he's >>she said, are you sure he's going to be at the mall? i said, yes, he said he's going to be there. sure enough, he was at the mall that day. that was the first time i ever got to meet him. forrest: fast forward about eight
years. kelsea and shane decided to spend the rest of their lives together. they were planning on getting married but tragedy struck in , august. misty had a heart attack and suffered severe complications. she's now stuck in a wheelchair, too sick to leave the hospital. hospice is being considered. it's hard for kelsea to take. >> my mom and i have this special bond that nobody can break. it's almost hard to describe. forrest: that powerful bond gave kelsea an idea. after nearly losing her mom about a month ago, kelsea decided she was going to have the wedding at university of
where her mom is staying.
>> it was a little bit of a challenge but it took a village , to do. forrest: jeremy hudson has been a chaplain at hospitals for 9 years. he said this is kind of thing is rare. he's only taken part in one other hospital wedding in his entire career. >> i think it's a wonderful opportunity to really have something positive for a family that has really had a lot of challenges. forrest: the ceremony went off without a hitch. but the moment that stole the show wasn't the kiss between bride and groom it was this one , between a mother and daughter. forrest: misty can't speak because of her condition, but she wrote this on a piece of paper and showed it to her daughter. it read, "i'm so glad we went to the mall." and kelsea is so glad her mom could make it to one of the best days of her life. >> it felt amazing and wonderful. todd: taking another live look outside tonight. not a bad day. not really winter but we are
jason s: it is hard to believe that a lot of us are seeing grass. no snow really to be had out there. 37 right now. still snow melting temperatures. a light breeze out of the northwest at 10 miles per hour. as we head to the next 24 hours, things will be changing. a system approaches from the south and that is going to drop a swath of snow across portions of iowa. a couple factors here that will play into who will get the heaviest. right now, it will driving a little bit of drier air. how much dictates. that will be a main player and we will keep you posted. i do think that we are still in for some heavy stuff. you can see futurecast bring in that light first wave. monday evening, not looking at too much as far as accumulating
monday, a positive blowout that makes its way through. drier air pulling in from the south and that will continue to keep most of the air off to the northwest. i think that initial batch of snow will drop quite a bit. with the wind tuesday into wednesday, that will create some difficult driving conditions due to blowing snow. wednesday, we do start to work in a little bit more sunshine. whence, as i said, they will make it a little bit more difficult to get out and about. teens by tomorrow evening and then we ramped those up even further. sustained winds upper 20's to low 30's to start off and we carry those through most of the day. we could see that blowing snow continued to be a threat. heaviest totals to look to be off to the west. you can see those taper greatly off to the southeast.
that will be a main player where the heaviest batch of snow lies. right now, looks to be from council bluffs to about fort dodge or so. tonight, we keep the mild area in place. tomorrow, back up to 40 degrees. our spring stress continues. mostly cloudy skies. we could see a few peeks of sunshine. we start to bring in some light snow. 8:00 or 9:00, areas to the southwest. it begins to track its way to the east in the evening hours. we're down to 22 on wednesday. you look through the remainder bad. temperatures back to near skies. todd: taking you back live to the iowa state fairgrounds.
to fight isis in life should win the nomination. sen. cruz: i am here tonight with a word of hope and encouragement. all over this country, people are waking up and held is on -- and help is on the way. look forward to january 2017. if i am elected president, let me tell you what i intend to do a the first day in office. the first thing i intend to do is resend every single illegal and unconstitutional executive action taken by president obama. todd: one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential.
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa.
i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. >> from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott jarrod uthoff is going to : get plenty of points. what makes the hawkeyes so good. -- so good is that they have an equally dangerous second option. peter jok continues to pour in the points. our tony seeman caught up with him following sunday's big win. tony: jok had 26 points on the night. >> that dude is
amazing. he has a knack to get the ball in the hole at any point in time. when he makes one, you pretty much given the ball again so he
>> he can get on a roll very quick. he couldn't miss for a little bit. >> jerrod was great in the first app. second half, i just had to pick it up.
>> i think the impressive thing was that our guys recognized where he was. he gets in a group like that, you have to load him up. >> it is fun, especially when your teammates find you. tony: next up, the hawkeyes are back home on wednesday. in iowa city, tony seeman. scott: a little side note. northwestern coach chris collins has known fran mccaffrey basically his entire life. he also knows fran's old nickname. >> i have known franny since i was a ball boy when he was a player at the university of
"white magic". >> he remembers, and i told the story before, but lewis lloyd, the former drake great, we both played with the same group. he was "black magic" and i was "white magic". scott: just imagining fran in the short shorts. the end a first-place team. tied with indiana at 8-1. check out the big 12 logjam. six teams separated by one game. the cyclones are a game out of first place. they host west virginia on tuesday, so they certainly have a chance to make up some ground there. iowa state may have lost this past weekend, but
it is not really a costly one on a couple of angles. first off, georges niang appears to be ok.
bit down the stretch in saturday's 72-62 loss to the aggies. but he did come back in the game, and afterwards coach steve prohm said his star was ok. and there's no shame in losing on the road to the fifth ranked team in the nation. texas a&m hasn't lost all year in reed arena. it also doesn't hurt you in the big 12 standings, since it was a non-conference game. coach prohm loved what he saw from many of his guys, namely jameel mckay. >> there are some positives from this game. i thought jameel really competed. had 14 rebounds. he had a couple of big blocks on the defensive end. we lost, but i think we will take some positives from it. scott: their game against west virginia is tuesday at 6:00. on the mats. the cyclones get a win at home taking on central michigan. northern iowa was wrestling program loses on their home turf 18-17 to ohio. you may have heard this year is , super bowl 50. the nfl is pulling out all the
francisco. and the league's biggest star is not holding back either. cam newton and the panthers arrived in san jose sunday afternoon. cam was rocking not just tights, but gold, zebra, tiger tights. look at those things. peyton manning not attempted to pull that off. not a tights kind of guy. the area is expecting 1 million visitors pouring in this upcoming week. the game is on kcci, so i am lucky enough to be one of those visitors going to san francisco. we will have live reports from the area beginning on thursday all the way up until super bowl sunday. just 70's away. it starts 5:30 on kcci. sunday,carolina and denver. the dallas center grimes community has watched tony watson go from a high scool star -- a high school star to a major league all-star with the pittsburgh pirates. thirteen years have gone by since watson last competed for the mustangs.
open arms. >> tony, tony. >> i can't say how proud i am. >> he is a fantastic young man and it is great to have him as a member of our community. scott: dcg's first major league are is now the first former mustang to get his jersey retired. >> let's welcome back tony watson! >> i didn't foresee this turnout coming. it is something i will always remember. scott: it was a high school reunion like none other. >> there are so many familiar faces. i could go on. there he is.
>> talked to the guy up and you gets the mets and the cubs. i remember back when he was in little league. wow, unbelievable. >> all the people that came out tonight to see this, really appreciative of the community. obviously, when you don't get to see your son all that often, except for on tv or something you like to see him back. , its great. scott: the boys were back in town. >> my teammates, classmates. scott: there were last. >> he is a little more colorful language than that. scott: and tears. brenda and jim jermair are the parents of tonys friend chris who died last summer in a car , accident. >> it was chris's dream to be a major league pitcher. i think chris was thinking that
to see this happening is just unbelievable. scott: it's easy to see how much tony means to this town . and how much the town means to this big-league star. >> to become the man i am today because of what you have done. this place will always be home for me. when i tried in from the bullpen, on the scoreboard it says, tony watson from grimes, iowa. that is something i will always be proud of. [applause] scott: tony lives in florida when he is not a pittsburgh so you doesn't get to come back a whole lot. i have never met a more humble, personable, approachable major-league all-star. todd: is a good sign that he is from grimes. scott: and he does not do twitter. do you believe that?
[ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. todd: as we mentioned earlier, we have reporters in town -- we have reporters from our sister stations all across the country?
caught up with volunteers making the final push. reporter: sunday morning and iowa means church for most people, especially those running for president. donald trump and his wife in council bluffs after an hour and a half service. mr. trump: i feel great, we are having such a response. reporter: the day before the first vote is cast,. bernie sanders running neck and neck with hillary clinton. his people spent most of the day knocking on doors, finding this man, and o'malley supporter, leaning toward hillary but willing to look at bernie. i am on the -- >> i'm on the fence. >> most important thing? >> education. for porter governor chris christie -- reporter: governor chris christie on why i was so important. >> how seriously you
take this process. sen. rubio: i believe it is the greatest country in the world
it was founded on a very powerful principle, the idea that our rights come from god. reporter: this is one of trump field offices in west des moines. people have been going in and out all day. just to give you an idea about how up in the air the iowa caucus is, we just met a democrat switching to drop. >> i am jumping over to drop the good i like them -- to trump the good i like the man, i think he will take charge and do a better job. >> i am calling from hillary clinton campaign. reporter: anyone willing to listen and possibly change their mind could change the course of this campaign. jason s: a decent one tomorrow. no snow early on. average is warming to
40 degrees. another above-average springlike day. a bit of light snow and potential for light rain through
you look at the next eight days. we have that one glaring mark on tuesday. after that, back to near average with sunshine. todd: don't forget, trust kcci tomorrow with full caucus coverage. we will be live all night long until the final votes are in. we'll be inside the democratic and republican caucuses for coverage. they can for joining us tonight. we hope you get out to caucus.