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it will feel nice out there today with the wind that we had. fastest goffin -- fastest gust in the metro at 44. temperatures back down into the mid to upper 40's. we have seen at least some clouds make their way in here. likely going to hang onto a little bit for the overnight. do plan on another mild start to the day. temperatures backing down into the upper 30's. i will have more warm on how -- have more on how warm you can expect tomorrow coming up. new --todd: new at 10:00 an , annual report shows iowans are buying hundreds of millions of addictive prescription pills. rose: todd, this report comes from the iowa prescription monitoring program. it tracks people to prevent them from doctor-shopping, when they pick up more prescription drugs to feed a possible addiction.
million pills last year. 20% were the pain-killer hydrocodone, known as vicodin. while iowa's amount of painkiller prescriptions is below the national average, some still find the numbers concerning. i spoke with a mother who lost her daughter to substance abuse. her daughter first began abusing prescription pills before switching to heroin. >> not be afraid to talk to your children, because it's not just a street drug anymore. it's all of our problem. everyone. rose: since this database started, doctor-shopping has decreased in iowa. the program is working on expanding its database by sharing databases with more states to better track patients. todd? todd: right now officials search , for 2 escaped inmates from the newton correctional center. michael amodeo and jessy foley were discovered missing around 10:00 last night. amodeo is serving a 10 year sentence on drug related charges. foley is serving a 27 year sentence also for drug related
if you see them, or know anything about their whereabouts, call 911. a knoxville township man recovering tonight after receiving third degree burns on his leg. officials say the man was on a car -- was working on a car this afternoon when gas leaked out and he caught fire. the knoxville fire chief says the fire was out by the time crews arrived. the man was air lifted to iowa city to receive burn treatments. a boil advisory tonight for prairie city in jasper county. the city administrator says the water tower lost pressure overnight. that left some homes without water. city leaders say this is a precautionary measure. the advisory is in effect until testing is complete on tuesday. health officials say it's spreading at unprecedented speeds. here in iowa, zika virus cases have double. 3 people have now tested positive. kcci's marcus mcintosh reports all 3 are women between the ages of 41 and 80 who traveled to a country where that virus is present.
of the mosquito-borne zika virus in the state of iowa experts say we should be careful but are far from panic mode. >> i would be very surprised if it got established in the united states, but there is always that chance. marcus: dr. quinlisk stresses the seriousness of the zika virus for women who are pregnant or planning to get pregnant, due to a birth defect called microcephaly, where a baby's head is smaller than expected . babies with microcephaly often have smaller brains that might not have developed properly. >> once that acute disease goes away, we have no indication that future pregnancies would be at risk. marcus: we went to gray's lake to find out what central iowans have to say about the 3 cases of the zika virus at home. >> it is something you need to be aware of and you need to take precautions against it. marcus: precautions that include protecting yourself against mosquitoes if you travel to puerto rico, virgin islands, caribbean, central and parts of south america, by wearing pants long sleeved shirts and using mosquito repellant with deet. iowans say being careful is key
not the first, nor will it be the last, public health concern. >> i wouldn't say it is somthing to get worked up about because we saw h1n1 that got a little out of hand, and i dont think -- i don't think this is anywhere near that. todd: nationally, a strong warning from health officials for pregnant women who want to attend the olympic's in rio this summer. a new travel advisory is the strongest one the cdc has issued to date. it's triggering new concern for athletes planning to attend the games in august. >> at some point, i do want to start a family. i don't want to be worried, i don't want those anxieties. todd: two-time olympic gold medalist hope solo says she's considering not competing. most olympians are of child-bearing age, making them especially vulnerable. zika can be transmitted sexually but it is primarily contracted through mosquitoes. commitment 2016 news tonight. republican presidential candidate donald trump is facing criticism after he refused to distance himself from a controversial endorsement. meanwhile, don champion reports a new cbs news poll shows trump
states ahead of super tuesday. donald trump campaign in alabama sunday afternoon. earlier, he appeared on cnn's "state of the union" and refused to denounce an endorsement from former kkk leader, david duke. >> i'm just talking about david duke and the ku klux klan. i don't believe i've ever met and i just don't know anything about him. don: other republican candidates slammed trump for not condemning the support. sen. rubio: there is no place in the conservative movement for david duke, the ku klux klan. craig: --don: with more than 1500 delegates up for grabs on super tuesday, the candidates are hitting key states in the south. while courting voters in arkansas and tennessee today, hillary clinton also attacked trump. ms. clinton: i said last night, america has never stopped being
whole. don: a new cbs battleground tracker poll shows clinton is ahead of bernie sanders in georgia, virginia, and texas. sanders admits he's got work to do after losing south carolina's democratic primary. sen. sanders: we did really, really badly with older african-american voters. i mean, we got decimated. don: trump is ahead in georgia and virginia, but trails cruz in his home state of texas. 155 delegates are at stake there. don champion, cbs news, new york -- new york. todd: we'll be keeping a close eye on all the super tuesday competitions. you can kcci 8 news on-air and online for the results. testimony continues tomorrow in the alexander fazzino murder trial. the former boone man is charged with first degree murder in his wife emily's 2012 death. friday, jurors learned more about emily's injuries. fazzino told police he found his wife submerged in a bathtub.
bruises on her forehead, arm, thigh, and neck. the doctor also said she had bruising on the inside of her throat, which could be from strangulation. the doctor didn't find definitive signs of drowning. also tomorrow johnston and , grimes residents should expect detours on a major metro road. sections of northwest 70th avenue are closing around 100th and 107th streets for construction. the road is being widened as part of a larger project to improve the area of the new johnston high school. the closures and detours start at 9:00 tomorrow morning. new at 10:00 a jarring wake-up , call for an omaha boy overnight. an suv came crashing through his bedroom wall. the driver arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. camila orti reports a decision the boy made a few hours before the crash made all the difference. >> a neighbor's surveillance cameras are rolling as an out-of-control suv swerved story
near north 61st and park lane, all before 3:00 sunday morning. this is where the vehicle ended up. >> i heard a big old boom and then like, sizzling noises. camila: the front bumper breaking through the wall of 12-year-old jeffrey moore's bedroom, a couple feet from where he was sleeping. he says it could have been closer. so you're telling me just hours before he crashed through here, your bed was on this side? >> yes. camila: the boy, moving his bed to the other side of the room right before going to sleep that night. >> thankfully, he did, so it's a blessing that he's still here and he wasn't harmed. camila: jeffrey's mother says police were on scene within minutes, and took the man behind the wheel into custody, >> he's like, my car, my car. i'm like, you almost killed my
i'm just glad that he was taken away. tonight for the victims of spree. police say 3 people were killed most of them were shot at the excel plant. investigators say the suspect, cedric ford, worked there. they believe ford was ticked off by a restraining order from a former girlfriend that he received the same day. one of the victims' sister-in-law says the family is working to continue on in his name. >> josh will never die from us, we will continue to keep josh alive in our hearts and do everything that we know josh would do to raise his son to be the man that josh was. todd: no word on when excel industries might re-open. the suspected gunman was killed in a shootout with the harvey county sheriff. next at 10:00, prayer services for a virginia police officer shot in the line of duty. plus miscarriage myth. , the new study bringing good news for women trying to get pregnant. and in sunday sports extra, two
county, virginia, to honor fallen officer ashley guindon. it was guindon's first day back on the job. an army staff sergeant is behind bars tonight, facing murder charges in her death and the death of his wife. -- death of the wife. >> bagpipes, candles, and prayers were part of a memorial for officer ashley guindon, killed on her first day on patrol with the prince william county police department in virginia. >> we will continue one step at a time in honor of ashley. it would be a discredit to her memory and her selfless service to do anything less. >> one officer down. i don't know where the suspect is. reporter: guindon and two other officers were responding to a domestic dispute saturday night, about 30 miles outside of washington dc. police arrested 32-year-old ronald hamilton, an active duty army staff sergeant assigned to
they say he shot and killed his wife, then opened fire on the officers. >> it was very scary. i heard the shots, like 4 to 5 shots back to back. reporter: yellow tape roped off the crime scene sunday. residents paid their respects at the hospital, where the officers are recovering. >> to have this happen over something stupid is so sad. guindon, a 6 year marine corp reservist, was sworn in friday. this picture was posted to the department's twitter page, welcoming her and another officer with the words, "be safe." brian webb for cbs news. todd: right now in salt lake city police investigate an , officer-involved shooting that injured one man and triggered hours of unrest downtown. authorities say two salt lake city officers were called to break up a fight and found a man hitting someone with a broomstick. they say the man tried to attack one of the officers and one or both of the officers shot the
no word on that man's condition. new numbers tonight show colorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal, they're ending up in emergency rooms at higher rates than residents. physicians found the rate of emergency-room visits related to marijuana doubled among out of state residents during 2014. there was only a slight change among colorado residents. doctors say there needs to be more education about pot aimed at visitors. in alaska, boards began accepting applications for marijuana business licenses this week. it's the next step in setting up the state's legal pot industry. alaska joins colorado, oregon, and washington as the only states with legal recreational use. here in iowa, a bill allowing cannabis oil to be made and distributed is headed to the full house. the bill allows for 2 dispensaries. severe epilepsy, m.s., and terminal cancer are the only medical conditions eligible for medical cannabis under the bill. right now, there's a group of
legislation passed in iowa. kcci's mark tauscheck talks to a man so passionate about the fight to broaden iowa's medical cannabis laws, he's speaking openly about his personal battle with pain and his solution that is currently illegal in the state. you can catch his special report, tomorrow on kcci 8 news at 10:00. also tomorrow, a new coffee shop between ames and des moines is making it clear, their real purpose has nothing to do with coffee. freedom blend coffee is the first step of several shops being built across iowa to give kids a second chance. eric hanson's this is iowa takes us to the new hangout in huxley where experience isn't required and every cup helps young adults who've been in trouble or are headed toward it. that's monday on kcci 8 news at 6:00. checking back in with jason. a full look at your forecast. jason s: we do have cool down and chances for snow in the forecast. starting to cool down a little bit.
webster city and carol both coming in at 32 degrees. clouds started to clear out a little bit. by the time you wake up, you sunshine. we have a load of beautiful sunrise -- sunset pictures today and continue to please send those in and we will continue to post them. latest for the storm spotting, this is in warren county come from 6:30 to 8:00. it is better to be informed when the severe weather makes its way in your direction. 38 right now. wind not knocking down the feels-like temperature too much. tomorrow, we catch a little more .
high temperatures continue to build and along that timeframe as well. if you do anything going on outside, you should be fine for most of the day. futurecast arts to bring in a chance for rain or even snow as we head into the evening, and especially into the overnight. i would say you have until 8:00 or 9:00 before we see anything in the metro. you can see enrolled through. it will not last too long. early in the morning, we start to clear that out and then bring in a little bit of sunshine through the afternoon hours. it does look like some spots could see an inch or two of snow. that will mainly be north and east of the metro. you can see where this line sets up. i wouldn't doubt that some spots see a few inches out of this thing. dubuque down to around davenport. i don't think the metro will see anything out of this and i don't think the extreme southern portions of the state will see a
winter is trying to fight back. winds out of the northwest remained fairly steady at 10-15. at least our temperature not dropping that much. 35 in the metro. tomorrow, it looks warm, but those guilt like temperatures should drop a bit -- but those feels-like temperature's should drop a bit. 63 lamoni, though. next two days, a totally different picture. 33 on thursday, 42 on wednesday. we start to warm up. by next weekend, back into the 50's. todd: scott reister in now and
first half, mike gessell. he and jerod uthoff had 16 each to lead the hawkeyes. second half, gesell does it again. a six-point lead with four minutes left. can williams. cam can. closing seconds, iowa still down by 2. gesell is blocks from behind. buckeyes beat iowa 68-64. iowa health -- iowa has now lost 4 of their last the cyclones are 5. coming off a win this weekend and play aagin monday night in the home finale. all season long, steve prohm says his philosophy was to fine tune his isu team so they're playing their best basketball come march. well, march is basically here. the cyclones did have a stagnant first half against k state before finding their rhythm in
keeping that rhythm is what it is all about. >> it's the time of year you have to have your team figured out. i have told my team, all year, we're trying to build a team. we had put a t up yet and we have to spell the rest "e, a, m" the rest of the year. scott: the madness begins this week with arch madness. drake is the 10 seed out of 10 teams, so they have to play one of the play-in games thursday night in st. louis. friday, wichita state will play the loyola-bradley winner. uni is the fourth seed. if tradewinds the plain game -- and drake with the plan game,
we have a lot coming up in sunday sports extra. we speak with the isu seniors as they get ready to say goodbye. georges niang may need some tissues. plus, more from iowa's road loss at ohio state. plus a coaching tandem that has , been around for decades. what they will miss most and the ridiculous chant that their former players remember all too well. i thought it was pretty cool to hear myself. todd: i think we get a tease earlier today, so i'll you get to say it and not me. also ahead at 10:00 a sweet new , benefit to snacking on chocolate. what a new study says about its benefits for your brain. and a memorable birthday , celebration in waukee tonight. why it's only the 19th time these twins have celebrated their big day.>> our focus is on optics. our focus is on visualization. todd: plus how a company right , here in the u.s. is developing
todd: right now quiet night on , the roads after a beautiful warm weekend. thankfully, the weather is coming down as far as the wind. jason s: is going to be nice. one more reasonable day ahead of us. if you are looking to get outside, tomorrow is definitely that day. this is down in creston, this beautiful shot. those clouds are starting to clear out and it has made for an absolutely beautiful night. when all's at the same time, i want to wish -- my mom's birthday. the state, besides the dirty mounds along the road, is pretty much snow free. certainly looking and feeling like spring.
clouds built into the afternoon. i will have more on the snow chance coming up. todd: the warming temperatures could mean the end of ski season in boone. hundreds hit the slopes at 7 oaks recreation today. but, unless it snows this week, this may be their last weekend open. seven oaks opened five weeks late this year, due to a rainy but despite the shorter season, december, the general manager says attendance made up for it. >> we are in iowa, so you see all kinds of weather. yesterday was 66 degrees and then today is 44 and windy, so very difficult, but with our snow making system, we're able to keep a lot of snow on the ground and overall it's been a good season. todd: resort leaders say crews will push snow the next two days. on tuesday, they'll announce on facebook if the slopes will be open next weekend. new at 10:00 a tiny scope, with , extraordinary vision. doug meehan shows us the new
safe. >> if you look at a 20 normally, you would never see any of these line. doug: getting up close and personal with andrew jackson is pretty cool, but the technology being developed and the products that are made here is serious business. >> our focus is on optics. our focus is on visualization. doug: paul joyce is ceo of optim, the sturbridge company making products that essentially allows people to see where the human eye can't go. these precise scopes are used by doctors on the human body to detect disease, and by security professionals all over the world to fight crime. doug: -- >> we have a shipment of scopes that are going actually to the saudi royal guard. doug: their patented l.e.d. technology lets police illuminate the smallest of spaces with the brightest light possible so that tiny video cameras can detect hidden criminal activity. so far, optim scopes have help locate hundred of millions of dollars in cash, illegal drugs, and other contraband. and the emails are pouring in
front lines. >> we just got one last week with a picture of a really cute dog sitting next to a whole pile of cocaine that was found in a car with our scope. doug: you can find an optim scope at every u.s. border crossing in the country. a fact and a responsibility, not lost on those who work here. todd: optim has taken its 40 years of experience and developed a third business element. they produce very precise components for other companies, mostly medical. good news for chocolate lovers. new research finds eating it can actually boost your brain power. scientists in south australia studied nearly people and found 1000 snacking on chocolate improved scores on a variety of mental tests. it can also help protect against natural cognitive declines that come with age. how about that? another new study also bringing welcome news for women trying to get pregnant. it found your chances of getting pregnant could be higher if you try soon after having a miscarriage. 53% of women gave birth
miscarriage, compared with 36% of those who waited longer. doctors normally suggest waiting at least 3 months. record-breaking money raised at this year's greater des moines heart ball. event leaders tell us it raised more than $400,000. that's more than $80,000 above their goal. kcci's eric hanson and elizabeth klinge hosted the fundraiser for the american heart association. people bid on items throughout the night. proceeds go toward training, research, and more. >> it's a celebration of the services that the american heart association provides. it's also an important night to raise some dollars for our mission that gets delivered in many, many ways. todd: more than 800 people attended the event saturday. an exciting night in hollywood tonight. the 88th annual academy awards. the ceremony still going on right now.
this is kcci 8 news at 10:00 with todd magel, laura terrell, meteorologist jason sydejko, and sports with scott reister. todd: new pricing at disney parks. starting today, disneyland in california and walt disney world in florida are coming up with demand-based pricing. now the resorts will charge 3 , different prices depending on the time of year. the calendar will be divided into value, regular, and peak periods. a one-day value pass monday through thursday will drop to a $95. regular pass, for most weekends and summer weeks rises to $105 and then shoots up to $112 on peak days. disney hopes they surge pricing will "help spread out visitation." birthdays are always special, but perhaps even more so if they only come once every four years. earl nielson and jane tiggeman
celebrating a day early in waukee, they blew out the candles for their 76th birthday, but in leap years that makes them only 19. earl and jane grew up in redfield, iowa, and are known to be double trouble. >> our birthdays only four years. he decided to celebrate four days. he started friday, saturday, today, one more day left. >> it's working good. todd: why not? the two celebrated with family members saying it's great to spend special days together with special people. must-see video tonight. check out how 4 shelter dogs steal the show at the brazil open tournament. they were trained to retrieve balls and give them back to the players. they didn't quite like the getting back as much as the getting the ball part. another animal getting a lot of attention tonight. this 1-year-old doe caused quite a commotion by leaping through an open window and into a middle -- into the middle of a school. it happened friday in new
the joe went on -- the deooe when on to break a wall and knock over a water cooler trying to get back out. this all happened while students were in the middle of being dismissed from school. we are looking at a little bit of snow. jason s: we had chances. but we are looking for a little bit of warmth. feels like temperatures in the mid-20's. otherwise, still hanging on to 30's in the metro. we will eventually be back. we have a better chance tomorrow and that will help to warm the temperatures up. wind-chill, 31 in the metro. advertise for this time of years in the low 40's. as we work our day through the way tomorrow, we will eclipse that.
gusts upwards of 20-25 miles per hour. clouds built through the afternoon and especially into the evening. that will be our next shot of a light rain-snow mix. this is that system that is going to be driving that in. area of high pressure is going to try to ride behind this. that will arrive monday evening into tuesday morning. if you have plans before that, it is not looking too bad at this point. clouds relatively clear to kick off your work week. a batch of the morning hours in that we start to build that into the afternoon. this thing moves through late into the evening on monday, early in the morning on tuesday. a good chance that some of us could pick up that little bit of snow. snow's already clear out in the
through the overnight, you can see a couple to a few inches areas to the north. have in spots to the east. don't expect much in the metro or southward for that matter. we have another fleeting chance of snow. the winds will be dying down, but that will help make these temperatures feel about 5-10 degrees cooler. another springlike day. 60's again and we are ending february, starting march. 63 lamoni. we tumbled down quickly. chance really early in the morning for a little bit of snow. the temperature hole's tight for a few days before get another
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announcer: from iowa's sports leader, this is kcci 8 sports. scott: hilton coliseum is one of, is not the most electric atmosphere in college basketball. no one knows hilton magic better than the iowa state players. but all good things must come to an end, and that's the case for 3 seniors. georges niang, jameel mckay, and abdel nader will all be running out of the tunnel at hilton for
they host -- they play at 6:00, and have those kleenexes ready. >> we give a lot to this program . the younger guys we have got really close with. it will be fun. >> as a player, you never think it is going to come to an end. then you are like, i have one more game to walk through those doors and compete in front of the best players in the country. you can't take it for granted. i think me, as well as my own fellow senior teammates, we want everyone to remember us on a positive note. >> playing at hilton has meant everything to me. just the fact that i will run out of the tunnel and have those passionate fans really cheering for you.
i am for sure going to miss this place. only i have left enough here that they will remember me, but this will always have a special place in my heart. scott: he will be a tough one to forget himself. oklahoma state and then if it is at kansas on saturday. a week away, the big 12 tournament starts. iowa state really could use a win. right now, they're in sixth place with a 9-7 record as kansas has already clinched a 12 straight regular-season championship. the bracketologists have a red arrow pointing down next to iowa's name. that's the last thing the hawkeyes need as march approaches and a spot in the des moines regional remains a possibility. at unranked ohio state. title game in the first half. later on, lack or down the jam.
quite a day for mike gesell. this is one of his two dunks. that was the easy kind. check out the crossover coming up. first half, see you! that was pretty slick. i would give trail by five-and-a-half. second half, iowa led by 1. please the buckeyes in front. closing seconds, i would down by 2. jok in the corner. gesell goes to the rack and his blocks from behind. hawkeyes go on to lose 68-64. they have now lost 4 of 5. iowa falls to 11-5 and also has all but lost their shot at the big ten title. thursday, they host indiana. saturday, they are at michigan. a week from wednesday, the
the hoosiers, two game lead over michigan state. maryland, iowa, and wisconsin. the hawkeyes are at 11-5. the madness begins this week with arch madness in st. louis. drake is the 10 seed out of 10 teams. have to play the dreaded play in game in st. louis. this is what it looks like. uni had a four seed. it drake does the missouri state , they have to be evansville on friday. speaking of the valley, final home game for the drake women, and they make the most of it. this was a blowout. lizzy wendell putting drake up being.
lizzy wendell had a game-high 24 points. drake breezes 78-45. ,uni panthers are playing great basketball as well the women's side. they win at home. there are great shooters in the nba, and then there is steph curry. what he did saturday night was the buzz of the sports weekend. facing oklahoma city, curry had 46 points. he tied an nba record with 12 3s in a game. 12. the game was insane. 118 all in overtime. russell westbrook missed it. within a few seconds left, curry barely crosses half-court. that would be the game-winner. he has a record 288 3-pointers so far this season. he has already broke his own single-season record there are still 24 games to go. have you guard that guy?
it's a strange sight at dowling. the maroons will not be a part of the field when the girls state tournament begins they got monday. knocked out. the bigger shocker, a coaching change. bob and sharon hanson made it work for a total of 46 years. after 775 wins and 6 state titles, the couple has retired. some things you can't put a number on, the size of their impact and the amount of fun they had. check it out in tonight's sunday sports extra. >> back in the day, when we used to have some really crazy assemblies. i got up and led a cheer with the student body. "pork chop, pork chop, chicken wing, we are getting ready to do our thing." scott: for job, pork chop, chicken wing.
>> the kids went and rented a pig outfit and chicken outfits. >> there have been a lot of good kids. scott: enough memories and wins to last a lifetime. but they do it was -- but they knew it was time. >> i think i could probably coach forever. >> it is time to get a little free time for our self. our daughter is going to have a baby in august. >> if you are coaching for wins and losses, you should get out of it. it is all about the relations with kids. scott: was a hard decision? >> it was. i love the game, love being with the kids, love being around coaches, players, even officials of you can believe it. it has been a labor of love. >> they are one of the few that found success in the six on 6, 5
scott: jenny won a state title back in 2000. >> they are an interesting duo. >> i said, 20 years from now, it is going to be all those relationships, all those things you did at practice. it's sad. i just wonder, six months from now, whether we are really going to miss it like crazy. >> we think we will find plenty to do, but who knows. scott: if you hear the words -- you will know the hanson's legacy is still hard at work. the old pork chop. todd: it really is the end of an era.
you can see on the 17th, there are some officers in the street have some flashlights out. they're looking on the ground. they have been looking up and down in front of this house. we are not quite sure what they are looking for at this point, but there is an investigation going on. we have been here for about 15 minutes and it looks like they are still looking for an object on the ground. be sure to tune in on kcci.com for all updates. todd: of course, we will have updates on the news tomorrow as well. [kcci captioning is brought to you by the iowa clinic.] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.
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