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two virginia tech students are arrested in the death of a 13-year-old girl who disappeared last week. the charges they face and the link between the suspects and their victim. the reason i pulled you over today, i just wanted to know what is the emergency? >> a role reversal on a miami highway. why a driver pulled over an officer. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the iowa caucuses, the first vote of the 2016 presidential campaign is just hours away. today, candidates make their final pitch and campaigns will do their best to make sure their supporters actually show up. the final pre-caucus poll, shows donald trump with a five-point lead over ted cruz. on the democratic side, hillary
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ahead of bernie sanders. but because democrats can horse trade, former maryland governor martin o'malley could become a king maker. marlie hall is in des moines. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: for the first time tonight, voters will have their say in the 2016 race for president and candidates will campaign until the very last moment. hoping to dampen donald trump's momentum, texas senator ted cruz made his final pitch to iowa voters sunday. >> if everyone here brings nine other people to the caucuses tomorrow night, we will win the caucuses tomorrow. we will win the nomination and we will win the general election in november 2016! >> reporter: during an event in sioux city, trump pushed back this time labeling cruz dishonest and deceptive for sending out this flyer. >> voter violation, it's like an official document being sent to people in iowa, that is really terrible. it's a fraud, as far as i'm
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>> reporter: forecasts here in iowa are calling for snow in parts of the state beginning tonight, which could have an impact on voter turnout. volunteers for both bernie sanders and hillary clinton knocked on doors and made calls late into the night, as the two candidates made their closing arguments. >> we have a radical idea. together, we will create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%. >> i will stand up and fight for you every location of this campaign and then when we win, i will fight for you in the white house! >> reporter: clinton lost iowa during her presidential bid in 2008. political analysts say this time around, the secretary of state is working on her like ability. >> she has focused a lot on her relationship with people, she has focused a little bit more on middle class issues. >> reporter: with polls showing tight races on both sides, the fight for iowa could come down to the wire.
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rallies throughout the day today in iowa. and on the democratic side, clinton and sanders will hold caucus night events. >> marlie hall in des moines, thanks a lot. the nation's first primary in new hampshire is just eight days away. a just released poll finds donald trump holding a commanding league among likely republican voters. and bernie sanders is leading hillary clinton by 23 points among likely democratic primary voters. we will talk with hillary clinton about the iowa caucuses coming up on "cbs this morning." well, two virginia tech students are in custody this morning, accused in the death of a 13-year-old girl. nicole lovell disappeared wednesday from her blacksburg, virginia home, and police say she was abducted by 18-year-old david eisenhauer. and 19-year-old natalie keepers is accused of helping to dispose of her body. >> based on evidence collected today, we have determined that
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disappearance. >> police have not released a motive or cause of death. the autopsy is set for today. at least one person is dead after severe weather swept through california. police say a driver in san diego was killed when a large oak tree fell onto a moving car. powerful winds downed power lines and trees across the region. a home south of los angeles was hit hard. >> the whole tree started moving, swinging. and i came back and get ready to pull out my truck and heard it pop. slow motion. it was down. >> heavy snow triggered a massive pileup near the california/first half line. the crash involving more than two dozen cars and trucks closed interstate 80 for hours. amtrak is investigating objects that struck a train from washington to new york. the train was hit sunday evening in north philadelphia. passenger photos show the damage the train stopped and police
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continuing the journey. no injuries were reported by the 201 people on board. police in denver have identified a person of interest in this weekend's deadly motorcycle gang brawl. one person was shot and killed and seven others were hurt in a fight between rival clubs at a motorcycle expo. one of the groups was made up of police and military members. no arrests have been made. isis claims responsibility for a triple bombing in syria that killed at least 50 people. the blast sunday targeted a mostly shiite suburb south of damascus. attackers detonated a car bomb at a bus stop. then as rescuers rushed to the scene, two suicide bombers set off explosives. the bombings come as peace talks begin in geneva. the world health organization convenes an emergency meeting today on the zika outbreak. w.h.o. says up to 4 million people in the americas could get the mosquito-born illness. the virus is linked to severe
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a vaccine for widespread use is months or even years away. excitement is building for super bowl 50 next sunday. the denver broncos and carolina panthers arrived yesterday in the san francisco bay area and fans are getting a head start on the football frenzy with a kickoff of a week full of events. jamie yuccas is in san francisco. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. it's more than 30 years since san francisco hosted a super bowl and the city wanted to make sure the party got started in a big way. the nfl experience. >> yea! >> reporter: and super bowl city. >> we just want to welcome you. we want to thank you and, most importantly, we want you to have fun. >> reporter: both got marching over the weekend. people from all around the san francisco area came to play. like jennifer waltz who is not shy about getting into the game. or who she is rooting for. >> it was awesome!
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i did it for the broncos. that's what we are going to do is score a touchdown and spike that ball. >> reporter: the security is tight at all events. officers with long guns and dressed in s.w.a.t. gear are easily noticeable, but it did not stop thousands of people from coming out. >> we expect tens of thousands every day. probably a million people or more to the entire region over the course of super bowl week. >> reporter: the bonus weekend was a real touchdown for locals. they got a nice head start ahead of all the thousands of football fans headed into town later on this week! whoo! >> yea! >> reporter: both exhibits have interactive exhibits and games and plenty of places to take selfies but for most families, it was all about having fun together. >> this is awesome! we are a big football family, obviously. >> reporter: the city also got into the spirit. they relit the bay bridge and set off fireworks all kicking
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ahead of super bowl 50. now tonight will mark the first time that media day is held at night. the nfl totally rebranding it as opening night, but like in years past, reporters can ask whatever they want of players. anne-marie, do you have any questions? i'm ready. >> i wasn't thinking about questions. i was impressed by your complicates moves there! put her in, coach! >> reporter: thank you. i'm not sure about that, but thank you. >> thank you, jamie. you can see panthers face off against the broncos on super bowl 50 right here this sunday on cbs. coming up on the "morning news." turning the tables on a cop. a frustrated driver catches an officer speeding and decides to pull him over. later, tiny newborns make history after surgery to
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quality. the "deseret news" of salt lake city says the mormon church is mourning the deaths of lgbt members sins november. the death in four states are being blamed on increased anxiety over the church's new rules that bar same sex married couples from the church. >> how do we stop the bleeding of our youth that are gay? and, actually, the bleeding of the families that have those gay children. >> the deaths could not be independently verified. the mormon church says it does not reject lgbt members. "wall street journal" says the centers for disease control could declare as early as today an end to the e. coli outbreak at chipotle restaurants. the outbreak sickened chipotle customers in nine states since october. the source of the contamination has not been determined. the "daily mail" of london says doctors in switzerland have
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>> seeing this is like, my goodness, i am so wrong. there is so much good out there and so many kind people and so many people that want to see a wrong righted. >> the bidding starts this month. if hickey is able to buy ajax at the auction, the remaining money will go to other canine units to purchase bullet-proof vests for the dog. on the cbs "moneywatch," gas prices flip and google's drone project. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. stock markets in asia lower on a weak manufacturing report from china. the shanghai composite lost 1%. japan's nikkei added 2% to finish at a one-month high. gasoline prices are continuing to edge down. aaa says the average price of a gallon nationwide is $1.80. this time last year, the price was $2.05 a gallon. facebook will reportedly ban the private sale of guns on its social media site and on instagram its photo sharing service. facebook is a marketplace to buy and sell guns without buyers
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checks. the move is meant to slow the sale of unlicensed gun transactions. and google is testing solar-powered drones in an effort to deliver high-speed internet from the air. secretive test flights are conducted over new mexico. the idea is transmit data 40 times faster than current systems. google hopes to have aircrafts delivering internet access around the world. >> sounds interesting. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. coming up. diversity dominates the sag awards. black actors take some of the top honors at the screen actors guild awards. lose weight while eating healthier, with all new smartpoints. and move more by including fitness in ways that work for you. see how good you'll feel with the new weight watchers
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here is another look at this morning's stop story. candidates are making their last-minute pitch to turn out supporters before tonight's iowa caucuses. final polls show donald trump with a five-point lead over ted cruz in the republican race. among democrats, hillary clinton is just three points ahead of bernie sanders. iowa's first in the nation voting contest is steep in history.
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caucuses work. >> i'm asking to you caucus for me on monday night. >> reporter: presidential candidates is part of the culture in iowa and voters are doing their work. at hoover high school in des moines, government students have been studying too. >> why do we do the caucus every four years? >> so we can choose who is going to run for president. >> reporter: but outside the state they see it confusing. think of it as a get-together with your neighbors. every precinct has its own caucus and which precinct you belong to depends on your home address. at republican caucuses? >> she wants to make college tuition tax deductible. >> reporter: someone speaks on each candidate and then participants cast a secret ballot. but for democrats, it's more complicated. voters separate into groups, depending on which candidate they support.
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around 15% in that precinct is eliminated. their supporters are then free to move to the other camp. >> this is about standing with your neighbor, transparency, and being committed, not just to the process, but to your candidate. >> reporter: the iowa caucuses started in 1972 and the old-school process hasn't changed much, but this year, it's going high tech. >> application does the math in the background. >> reporter: each precinct will report results with this new app which will quickly determine winners. >> what did you think of this whole process? >> reporter: this organized chaos is the first step in picking the next president. weijia jiang, cbs news, des moines, iowa. >> one of this weekend's lighter moments came during a campaign event for bernie sanders. this land was made for you
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>> the band played "this land is your land." and the candidate joined them on stage much to the crowd's delight. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will go to iowa for the kickoff of the caucuses and speak with hillary clinton. plus, country singer dierks bentley joins us in the studio with a live announcement of the nominees for the academy of country music awards. and actress meagan good on her new book "the wait." that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching.
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have a great day. >> you are watching kcci 8 news. eric: right now on kcci, candidates out all across the state giving their final pitches. front-runners hillary clinton , bernie sanders, donald trump and ted cruz drawing big crowds. knowing today's turnout will make all the difference. good morning. happy caucus day. thanks for waking up bright and early with us.
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metinka: at least the weather is going to be quiet. your caucuses, you'll have plenty of time to get out there and do your thing. we are looking up to clouds. it is quiet and calm. the wind is not effective. nearly like all day long. 20 degrees in knoxville. great for this time of year. a little bit of patchy fog developing. we've got melting developing. most of the day is going to be dry. late this evening, we could have a light, wintry mix moving in from the west. that will be after the caucus time. eric: first at 4:30, the des moines police department says the two potential witnesses they were looking for in the death of kirk blunck have turned themselves in. they are meeting with police and answering questions. the well-known architect was found dead over a week ago at the teachout building on locust street. you can trust kcci for the latest on this investigation.

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