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todd: laura: a live look outside on a snowy sunday. the snow has stopped but cold temperatures remain. todd: let's check in with jason. what can we expect over the next few hours? jason s: we have seen snowfall, some to the tune of almost a half a foot. metro has 3.4 inches. nearly the exact storm that we were expecting. you can see that push off eastward. we are bringing in some light returns from the west. we could see a dusting for southwestern portions. otherwise, plan on being locked in with clouds and temperatures on the warm-up. 23 degrees by 10:00 p.m. we do have one more snow chants over the next couple of days before we rockets our temperatures back to the mid-50's.
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iowa. the first in story county. one teen was killed, another injured after the car they were in lost control and crashed just west of maxwell. the driver, 17-year-old rylee mohler, died in the crash. 16-year-old william spencer was taken to a des moines hospital. his condition is not known. laura: in webster county, a 13-year-old was killed and 5 others injured, when the vehicle they were in lost control and rolled into a field. it happed about 3 miles east of fort dodge on saturday. 13-year-old duane touney was thrown from the vehicle and died at the scene. the 5 others injured range in age from 5-years-old to 18-years-old. the cause of the crash is still under investigation tonight. a man says two people shot at him while he was driving on des moines's east side. it happened around noon today. the man says he was shot at by two unknown suspects. police found two bullet holes in the man's car. authorities also did pull over a potential suspect near fremont
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investigation continues tonight. todd: authorities tell us we should know more tomorrow about a deadly officer-involved shooting in urbandale. just after 4:00 saturday morning, officers responded to a drug complaint at the holiday inn on merle hay road. a scuffle began with one of the suspects when he fired a gun. officers then fired and killed the man. two female suspects ran away but are now in custody. officials are not saying how many officers are involved in the shooting. the death of u.s. supreme court justice antonin scalia is sending shockwaves through the nation's capital. laura: republicans who control the senate do not want president obama to nominate a replacement in his final year in office. mark albert has the latest. mark: early sunday morning, the body of supreme court justice antonin scalia arrived at an el paso funeral home. the flag out front is lowered to half-staff. president obama paid tribute to the longest-serving member of the court. pres. obama: he will no doubt be
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consequential judges and thinkers to serve on the supreme court. mark: scalia was often seen as the keystone of the conservative, five-justice majority on the high court, which frequently split with the 4 more liberal justices. president obama said he would nominate a replacement, setting up an epic battle with republicans on the direction of the court. sen. cruz: there is a long tradition that you don't do this in an election year. sen. rubio: he can nominate someone. the senate's not moving forward on it until after the election. mark: mitch mcconnell, the senate's top republican, vowed to block any obama appointment to the supreme court until a new president is voted into office. ms. clinton: it is totally out of step with our history and our constitutional principles. sen. sanders: it is beyond my comprehension and it just speaks to the unbelievable and unprecedented level of republican obstructionism against president obama from day
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mark: funeral arrangements for scalia have not yet been announced. mark albert, cbs news, the supreme court. laura: scalia is believed to have died from natural causes. president obama has ordered that flags at all federal buildings and bases remain at half-staff until justice scalia's burial. speaker paul ryan also ordered flags lowered at the u.s. capitol. todd: commitment 2016 news tonight. a new cbs poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton have big leads in south carolina. on the republican side, trump leads ted cruz by nearly 20 points. marco rubio comes in 3rd with 15%. on the democratic side, clinton points in south carolina. pope francis held an open-air mass in one of mexico city's most violent suburbs. adriana diaz reports huge crowds showed up to see him up-close. adriana: more than 300,000 celebrate sunday mass. the holy father circled over aztec ruins before landing in mexico city.
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by his presence. "he gives us so much love," she said. "he radiates love. he's so simple, so humble. " the mass, an estimated 2 million people greeted pope francis with yellow and white balloonsthe colors of the vatican flag. pope francis specifically chose to visit this poor suburb, notorious for deadly violence, drug trafficking, and kidnappings. >> it is amazing. amazing, i'm nervous. >> why did you like him? porque te gusto? >> porque andaba en un carro blanco y a mi me gusto tu carro. adrian: >> you like his white car? in the days ahead, the pope
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border, and it's northern border with the u.s. adriana diaz, cbs news, ecatepec, mexico. todd: 10,000 police officers and presidential guards were on duty to keep the pope safe for this stop on his historic six-day trip. laura: last minute gifts. the rush to deliver valentine flowers in the middle of a snow storm. todd: gearing up for the grammys. a look ahead to tomorrow's big night of music. laura: and, the hawkeyes can
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with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time, streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. yeah, the internet's great, but i think hair and makeup went a little too far. yeah, that's not working. i much prefer the two-day beard, horn-rimmed glasses, just-slept-in-his-car kinda thing. yeah, i miss the rumpled crazy uncle look. okay. be "paul giamatti." that's the essence of this role. feel like a hollywood insider with high-speed internet from centurylink. announcer: this is iowa's news leader. this is kcci 8 news at 5:30 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. laura: the biggest names in music are getting ready for monday's grammy awards. todd: suzanne marques caught
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a sneak peek at what the artists will take home. adrian: -- reporter: four-time nominee alabama shakes is preparing for monday's grammy awards. the southern rockers are up for the big prize album of the year and lead singer and guitarist brittany howard admits, they're starstruck. >> we come from a little town. it's crazy to be shaking hands with people like pharrell, and adele, and prince. it's wild. reporter: alabama shakes joins a diverse lineup of performers from across musical genres. host ll cool j says the closing act is still under wraps. >> the appetizers will be amazing and dessert will be spectacular. reporter: this year the trophy , is outfitted with a grammy cam, which will capture video from the winner's circle. >> when the grammy award is given to an artist, you will literally be in the hands of your favorite artist, you'll see
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reporter: even if they don't take home a trophy, every artist is invited to the backstage grammy gifting lounge, where they can choose anything from clothing to cocktails to jewelry. >> we pre-stuff an amazing gift bag and then they get to come through this lounge and fill this trick-or-treat day. reporter: two-time nominee miguel will take the stage to pay tribute to michael jackson. miguel is performing a cover of "she's out of my life," celebrating the reissue of jackson's 1979 album, "off the wall." suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. todd: todd: the 58th annual grammy awards air tomorrow night. the eagles also plan to play tribute to glenn frey. plus lionel richie will be , honored. it all starts at 7:00 p.m., monday night, right here on kcci. laura: central iowans woke up to snow this valentine's day but , that did not stop efforts to
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purchase or delivery. at bosens on beaver, workers were very busy, taking orders. arranging the flowers packaging the flowers and of course delivering the flowers. family-owned boesens has been in business for nearly a century and they say weather conditions will not slow them down in getting customers flowers on valentine's day. >> a florist on valentines day being part of the lovers holiday , it is busy, busy, but we are ready for it. laura: tonight at 10:00 kcci's , marcus mcintosh takes us inside boesens for a look at what it is like working at a florists shop on valentines day. todd: checking back in with jason. i don't think this was the gift on valentines day that we were all looking or. jason s: we heard the month of warm-up was coming and i think everyone wanted that a little bit sooner. winter lovers rejoice. another chance for snow on the way. this system is clear up to the east. bringing in some showers from
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it was pretty beautiful when it was falling. it looks like a wintry ninja star stuck into a tree. thank you for sending in that beautiful shot. along with the snow, it is chilly outside. some spots in the single digits above zero for feels-like temperature. we will eventually rebound that this pushes further to the east. you can see just how far is this is pushed. winter weather advisory's it is -- in illinois. -- one more --. 24 degrees. wind-chill only sitting at 16. not miserable by any stretch of it gets warmer. we keep the cloud cover around
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eventually, our next chance for a little bit of snow. this looks largely to be on the 1-2 inch range. alberta clipper style from the north. this ditch down, and as it does so, could even see southern portions of the state warm-up enough to bring in a little bit of a light mix. futurecast doesn't start this until the evening. look up quick assumes in. of that next. a little bit more snow. travel. 21 tonight. tomorrow, back up to 36. that average. you can see the warmth starting to build into the southwest, but we are going to absolutely crews
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wednesday, we sit at 34. 48 thursday, 54 on friday. after this initial chance for snow, we don't have another one in the mix. there could be some other ones on friday that are pushing back into the 60's. laura: tonight on "60 minutes come code -- "60 minutes," fi ghting isis. >> we have a number of instances where isil has used chemical munitions on the battlefield. scott artillery shells. :>> sure. yeah. scott isis has access to : chemical artillery shells? >> there are reports that isis has access to chemical precursors and munitions that they can use. scott the cia believes isis has : the ability to manufacture small quantities of chlorine and
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and the capability of exporting those chemicals to the west? >> i think there is always the potential for that. that is why it is so important to cut off the various transportation extra -- and smuggling routes. u.s. intelligence is actively involved in being a part of the efforts to destroy isil and to get as much insight into what they have on the ground inside of syria and iraq. laura: you can see the full interview with cia director john brennan on "60 minutes," which will air right after this newscast. todd: scott reister in now. the hawkeyes have an unusual way of celebrating valentine's day. scott: love is in the air, so is basketball. a lot of reasons they shouldn't win.
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went down at the dunk announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: here is what's on the line tonight for the hawkeyes. if you beat last place minnesota, you remain in sole possesion of first place in the big 10. lose, and fall back into a tie. the minnesota, because remaining alone in first is way more fun. the golden gophers have not won
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and iowa is not about to let them start now. the hawkeyes are motivated to get back in the win column after dropping thursday's huge game at indiana. they are back home where they have won 15 straight. this iowa team has been historically good. they are ranked fourh in the ap highest sense 1987. the last time iowa was in first place this deep in the season? 2006. the way the big 12 is looking right now, the cyclones need every win they can get. they did get one this weekend to stay right in the thick of things. cyclones in a three-way tie for fourth place. can visit west virginia tied atop the league at 9-3 each. what separates the league's best from the bottom? we have seen the cyclones go both ways in tight games. saturday, at home against texas, they were up by 2 at the break
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stretch and winning 85-75. it was tight until the final minutes and a reminder that each and every play is huge. >> i was proud of this team. playing the right way, playing like we were really capable of. one thing i learned is, no matter who you play this league, you better play for 40 minutes, because these teams are good. we won by 10, but it feels like we want by 1. obviously, a very good team. scott: women's hoops. drake winning streak has come to an end at five games. they shot just 31% in the loss. cyclones seniors both went out winners on senior day -- cyclone senior wrestlers tanner weatherman and earl hall both went out winners. on senior day sunday, the pair
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virginia 28-11. the clones wrestle on before the friday big 12 championships next month. we have state wrestling coming up this week. to get up pumped up, we are going to go back to check out one of the most emotional championship wins in recent memory. it's the story of southeast polk wrestler dylan blackford a few years ago at the well. i was right there to witness it. i will talk about why he was so absoultely overwhelmed. we will get an idea for what could potentially happen this way -- this weekend. the torch has been passed. iowa wild coach john torchetti is now the minnesota wild interim head coach. torchetti coached the wild last night and then announced his move to minnesota. he'll replace the fired mike yeo. torch had coached iowa since last season. the record was not really ever that's good. the team was near the bottom of the standings each year. but he has helped develop a lot of the talent that minnesota now has on its roster. it's his third interim head coaching job at the nhl level. the boston native began work sunday, and is already familiar
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>> you always watch the big club. you want to make sure you are dialing with them just in case certain call-=ups are needed. you want to see how your old players are playing. that is something that you take a lot of pride in. it is exciting to watch. scott: tonight nba all-star game starts at 7:30. it will be hard to top the show we got last night at the dunk contest. in toronto, check out sac levine. whatever happened to just the alley-oop? by the back, reversing, throwing it down. he actually got a run for his money. look at gordon of the atlanta
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cradles it and throws it down. zach levine, star of the show. the oop off the side of the backboard. here is the winter. free-throw line. he went between the legs midflight. ridiculous. he was a champion, just barely. it was epic. the slamdunk contest is back. laura: it is like they just float. scott: kind of like pool bask
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laura: todd: we want to melt some snow. scott: we're going to melt all of it. 40's and 50's. we have spring air moving in, not quite tomorrow. we do plan to freezing by noon. any chances for snow overnight will be to the southwest forces of the state. mid-30's tomorrow, low 40's to the southwest. you look at the 8 day forecast, and what is not to love? if you are a snow lover, chances on tuesday. after that, we melt everything. 54 on friday, 51 with sunshine on saturday. laura: we will be back at 10:00. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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captioning funded by cbs and ford. we go further, so you can. >> is isis coming here? >> i think isil does want to eventually find its mark here. >> you're expecting an attack in the united states? >> i'm expecting them to try to put in place the operatives, the material or whatever else they need to do. >> the man who was supposed to stop that attack is john brennan, the director of the c.i.a. tonight, in a rare interview, we talked to brennan about a world
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does isis have chemical weapons? >> we have a number of instances where isil has used chemical munitions on the battlefield. >> john buretta used to run the organized crime section of the u.s. attorney's office in the eastern district of new york, with a specialty in the mafia. >> who's vinnie gorgeous? >> he was used to names like, genovese and gambino and had case ended up on his desk six years ago. but he knew how the game was played. pay me. you want this? you gotta pay me. >> those are definitely the allegations. >> you gotta pay me $10 million in one case. >> there were many millions in many instances alleged not just for low-level tournaments. but the world cup itself. >> so you're talking about shakedowns? >> absolutely. >> danny clinch has photographed just about every heavyweight in the music world: rappers, rockers, country stars, jazz and


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