tv Today in Iowa NBC February 21, 2016 8:00am-9:00am CST
plus... a new bill cculd take a ddg user's high away... then... a big weekend for the frontrunners in the race to the white house take a look at how this weekend's winners are now moving race... but first, good morning and welcome to today in iowa.. happy sunday. as we take a live look outside.... thanks so much for joining us this morninig. i'i'lauren moss. it was a beautiful day yesterday..let's check in with storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan for a look at our forecast. eileen.... we are starting the morning with temperatures in the upper 20s to mid 30s and light northerly winds. a few snow showers are tracking in that even reaching g e ground in ouu area. we have some relatively dry air that will eat that tonight. it will stay mild, though, with highs today in the upper 30s to week. i'll have that forecast
a few minutes. we are starting the morning showers are tracking in that may have some sleet or rain mixed in, , ut much of it is not dry air that will eat that precip up. we keep mostly cloudy skies, however, and could see upper 30s to mid 40s and light northerly winds. we do have a cool down in new and developing this morning new this morning -- tragic news out of michigan, where a mass shooting overnight has killed at least six people... several law enforcement agencies in kalamazoo michigan are scrambling to find answers after multiple people were shot and killed in what they believe is a random attack... the shootings took place over a five hour time period oveenight. police e ay the highest body count was in the parking lot of a
barrel restaurant...where 5 people were gunned down and 4 died... officers arrested a 45-year- old man suspected of committing the shootings... listen as an officer gave a chilling description of what happened... "we have multiple dead in finding people and shooting them dead in their tracks" "because we don't know why. there is not connection between any of them. this all appears to be random. this is your worse case scenario that any community can have" the victimm include an eight- year-old... police are searching the alleged shooter's home this morning for clues about what might have led up to the rampage...keep it to kwwl for any developments on the situation... decision 20-16 coverage this morning... as the race for the white house gains momentum.. this wwekend's winners are hillary and donald trump in a runaway win during south
the g-o-p race also lost the candidate who was once considered the favorite for the nomination... steve handlesman has more on the duel contests from south carolina this morning... it's the second victory in a row for the national republican frontrunner ... donal trump's first in the south. "when you win its beautiful and were gonna start winning for our flocked.... to marco rubio, powering the 44 year old's comeback from 5th in new hampshire "tonight here in south carolina, the message is pretty clear. this country is ready for a new generation of conservatives to guide us into the 21st century." ted cruz kept his spot in has beaten and can beat donald trump."
down in fourth and quit the race... with a parting shot "we put forward detailed, innovative, conservative plans to address the mounting challenges that we face because despite what you might have clinton lost her once- bii lead in the polls but still won. "i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters pushed a big democratic caucus turnout... which helped nullify bernie sanders' late surge. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, columbia, south carolina. thank you steve...both clinton and trump add to their delegate leads.. now -- the parties will switch states... with the republicans
their caucus in nevada on tuesday... wile the democrats head to south carolina for votes there e ext saturday... iowa's largest city will soon have body cameras on each of its police officers... that's according to the police chief in des moines -- who said this weekend that his goal is for each of his nearly 3 hunred officers to wear a camera by june... it's expected to cost around 1- point-4 million dollars...which will be funded privately. a 71-year-old woman crashes her car into a busy restaurant during the lunch hour... it happened friday afternoon around 12-30... the mason citwoman says she accidentally crashed her car into god-father's pizza. police say the woman told officers her foot slipped off the brake and onto the gas pedal -- launching her car into the building's west wa. the car even hit tables where people were sitting. luckily no one, including the woman.. was seriously hurt. a bill that would give more
limit heroin overdoses -- is up for debate ininiowa. e bill passed through two senate committees this week -- meeting the funnel deadline on friday... it would allow them to carry and adminster the drug commonly known as narcan. kwwls olivia mancino has more on the drug at the center of the bill... this video shows a man being brought back to life by narcan.. we've turned off the audio, due harm us first, cause they could falls for more than 20 years he's seen his fair share of heroin and opiate overdoses-- heheays the drug "n"nrcan" is a
drug abusers. "there pretty good at counteracting opiate overdoses to the point where when we bring you've taken away their high" here's a look at one version of literally zaps away an opiate high if passed in the iowa legislature, a bill would allow police and e-m-ts would to join the list of responders able to use narcan. "as you can see, a fine mist comes out of herer" cook says they'd most likely use the nasal spray or epi- pen version of narcan, though it is commonly interjected intraveneously--tha t requires more training. cook iowa. "theyre on the rise, theres no abuse, its right behind that, on in cedar falls olivia mancino kwwl news also spoke to police about their thoughts on the bill... one officer says -- as long as they get proper training -- it wouldn't be a bbd tool to have. but he says medical services typically arrive at the same time as police -- so it might
thousands of iowans are waiting to hear whether or not the edicaid transition wiil happen... by march first -- the state's medicaid program is supposed to switch to three private companies. it's been a cause of concern for many people -- including legislators. the transition was delayed because the federal government said there weren't enough health providers that signed contracts with the companies. provider network in iowa is still very thin, and their topeople with dsabilites, to our seniors in nursing homes and so on." governor branstad says privitzing it will save the state 51- millio dollars in the first six mont. right now -- the state senate has aa ll to try and top the transition... this weekend- many people are the annual dubuque on ice brew-fest.
community center -- right on the ice rink. nearly 50 breweries from the area and around the country -- along with wine vendors took part in it. many people ttied different craft beers. there was also live music a ad competitions. "so it's reallly about promoting craft beer, craft spirits, and craft wineries and local foods 25-hundered people attended throughout the day yesterday... this is the fifth year of the event... time now is coming up on today in iowa... we are headed to the mat...as high school wrestling champions were crowned this weekend. plus...crews are getting ready for a big stadium series hockey game nearby today... and as a reminderer- when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to be back with much more -- keep
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ow your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: light rain and snow showers be a lot of moisture available. most of the showers are drying out as they hit our viewing area, although we may stormtrack7 live weather network shows those clouds, with some holes in them... temps are in the upper 20s to mid 30s and should start to climb a little e it... most of
day, although at times could get to 15 mph. we have a rather large area of snow tracking through the state, but most of it witl become spotty as it tracks to the east as a cold front tracks through the region. this will bring the spotty showers through the morning and into the early afternoon before tracking away although we could see fog the 20s to 60s in the midwest tody and the 30so 50s tomorrow. our viewing area wii have highs in the upperer30s to mid 40s, light winds and light will form with light winds. lows will be in the mid to upper 20s, so melting snow will refreeze again. highs on monday will be in the mid 30s to low 40s with partly sunny skies. we stay mild through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be breezy on wednesday and thursday with cooler air tracking in for the weekend light rain and snow showers are possible ttay and maybee again on tuesday but there won't be a lot of moisture available. have some light snow showers or even sleet and rain showers track through early afternoon. stormtrack7 live weather network shows those clouds, with some holes in them... temps arar in the upper 20s to mid 30s and should start to will stay pretty light most of the
to 15 mph. we have a rather large area of snowwracking through the state, but most of tracks through the region. this will bring the spotty showers through the morning and into the early afternoon before tracking away although we could see fog tonight. we will stay prettytymild with highs in the 20s to 60s in the midwest mid 40s, light winds and light rain and snow showers through early afternoon. we will dry out tonight, although areas of g will form with light winds. lows will be in the mid to upper 20s, so melting snow will refreeze through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be breezy on wednesday and thursday with cooler air tracking in for he weekend. track through early afternoon. stormtrack7 live weather network shows those clouds, with some holes in them...
mid 30s and should start to climb a little bit... most of the day, although at times could get to 15 mph. we have a rather large area of snow tracking through the state, but most of it will become spotty as it tracks to the east as a cold frot night. we willtay pretty again. highs on monday will be thanks eileen -- while it may temporarily be moving out now... iowans are caught a quick glimpse of spring this weekend with temps reaching their highest points in months -- and many took advantage by heading outside... storm track 7's hillary maglin
some decided to enjoy it... in iowa city... bikes are coming out of storage and the year has iowans like mariah bankert - and herr dog jager - taking care of their cabin fever. "it's a beautiful day. play." bankert says it's been a long winter indoors for both of inside... (sot) "he'd probably be chewing my slippers at this weather, and are spending the day." a4 "we got to go outside and go bankert? she's just hoping this like to enjoy it as soon as possible." we've got you covered
maglin... kwwl news. and this warmer weather is being felt across the region... but it's creating some problems for our neighbors in minnesota... the north star state is famous for its winter activities... but this weee's thaw has put some populaa skating lakes and winter festivals off ice... the ice wasn't thick enough to support vehicles...so many events were canceled this ekend. but nothing will come in the way of a big game on ice there today though... crews put the final touches on the rinkwhere today's stadium seriri hockey game tween the wild and blackhawks will be played... they'll drop the puck at the t-c-f bank stadium on the university
minnesota campus at 2-30 this afternoon... this will be game one of this year's stadium series -- game two is next sunday in denver when the colorado avalanche hoo the detroit ree wings... you can catch both c... coming up on today in iowa... more from the world of sports -- as we go to des moines for a look at the new state wrestling champions that were crowned this weekend... you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered inwaverly, decorah , gilbertville and all
only one entered the night with a shot to become a four-time champ...could he do it? well, zach grant has been in des yea mark its finas day here at the state wrestling tournament and as always it starts with the grand march at 106 pounds donny schmit of wapsie valley finished in first henderson of north linn troy mills escaping and taking a 4-3 win. at 120 pounds bryce west of highland riverside took home gold via a pin in the second cpu stormin pointer his third title moving on to 132 pounds we had a pair of winners at 138 pounds nick wiliams of lisbon won 6-6- for the 1a title iowa city west outduked clint lembeck of cedar rapids xavier 6-5
pounds pinning trent johnson of dhn p against carter happel of lisbwn, happle looking for his 4th state title and haaple handles johnson winning by a 7-1 decision, the 25th member of the 4 time clb and alburnett parlayed a few takes down i io a 6-2 victly at 152 at 160 pounds he gets the title and into the stands he goes to celebrate with the parents in des monies im zach grant kwwnews state title and happle handles johnson winning by a 7-1 connor shulista of alburnett parlayed a few takes celebrate with the parents
grant kwwl newss in the later matches -- western dubuque junior max lyon went out with a bang with a first period pin for a 3-a title at 1 hundred 82 pounds... and denver's izaak had a big takedown in the final seconds for a 7-to-2 win in the 2-a for 1 hundred 95 pounds, and became a state champion... and dubuque hempstead senior gannon gremmel -- ended his high school career on top -- in the 3-a heavyweight match... as far as team titles go...
showing on finals night -- will take home the 1-a championship. then in class 2-a -- new hampton in 5th place... and southeast polk goes back to back in class 3-a -- as for our area teams... waverly shell rock and cedar rapids kennedy tie for 4th in state... from the maa to the hardwood now..as iowa state was in hilton this weekend to host the last place team in the big-12... lets get right to it.. the cylcones taing advantage early...iowa state is up 12 on t-c-u early.. the horned frogs though -- responding with an 11 nothing run.. but the cyclones respond with more action of their own -- with some highlight reel dunks all over the ple -- and statt would lead by 8 at halftime... the teams go back and forth again in that second half...but iowa state pulls away -- thanks to 28 points from george niang... cyclones get the job done at home with a 92to 83 win... u-n-i hosting illinois state last night...a team they had beaten
straight times at home entering the evening... and the panthers would have no big problemmin making it 12 straight against the red- birds in cedar showdown by a score of 75-to-66... coming p on today y n iowa... tax season means a little extra money in the form of returns for some of us -- but how are you planning to use that cash-fw? we'll see who's spending or saving -- up neet... you'r'r watching kwwl -- we've got
the national retail federation's annual tax rrturns survey finds 49 percent of those expecting a refund plan to save the money rather than spend it right away. get this: that's the highest percentage in the survey's history. in addition to saving, almoo 35 percent ppan to pay down debt and 22 percent will use their refund for everyday expenses. one of america's biggest
is giving out raises... more than a million walmart workers got a raise this weekend -- boosting the companies minimum wage from nine dollars an hour to ten dollars an hour... the change applies to almost aal of eir hourly workers... the raises will cost the company an additional one point five billion dollars this year alone... coming up on today in iowa... an american favorite when it comes to ice cream is expanding their non-dairy options... and... a favorite this week -- we'll take another look at an exotic animal's road to recovery here in iowa... you're watching kwwl -- we'll be
thousands remember and honor the life of justice scalia this weekendd then... here on friday...just wait until you see some of the destructin that cyclone winston left behind in figi. but first welcome back to today in iowa. i hope you're enjoying your sunday morning! thanks so much for joining us -- yesterday was gorgeous..but what can we expect today? let's go right to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan for a check of our forecast. eileen.... . we are starting the morning with temperatures in the upper 20s to mid 30s and light northerly winds. a few snow showers are tracking in that may have some sleet or rain mixed in, but much of it is not even reahing the ground in our area. we have some relatively dd air that willeat that precip up. we keep mostly cloudy skies, however, and could see upper 30s to mid 40s and light northerly
in store for the end of the week. i'll have that forecast for you in a few minutes. recapping our top story this morning -- at least 6 people were killed overnight in michigan. authorities in kalamazoo county are calling it- random shootings... the do have a 45-year-old man in custody on suspicion of committing the shootings... four people were shot and killed in the parking lot of a restaurant with another badly injured there -- while two more were killed at a nearby car dealership....among the dead is an eight-year-old... a washington state murder suspect who led police on a wild car chase is dead after a roadside shoot- out with officers. more than a dozen troopers chased the suspect.
his girlfriend at the nursing home where she worked.. the suspect then drove away -- shootiig at police befooe he was stopped with spike strips. he then started shooting at officers -- when he was shot -- and then died on scene. no one else was hurt. the nursing home calls the incident a tragic case of d dmestic violence. in the south pacific -- fiji was slammed this weekend by one of the most powerful cyclone's on record ere.. causing extensive damaa in the chain oo islands... here's the latest nbc report.. cyclone winston crashed into fiji with deafening winds torrential rain....and gusts of 86 miles an hour lifting steel roofs like pieces of paper.... ...leaving tourists and locals terrified for hours. i didn't know whether i would survive last night or not because ...wow...this cyclone was terrible...it was terrifying everyone. the spanish rugby team,
defense...protecting a beach resort with a line of sandbags. the monster storm is one of the strongest ever recorded in the southern hemisphere....a category five cyclone. there are reports of homes flattened...but people are already out clearing away the worst of winston's wrath. the government has declared a month long state of emergency to assess the damage. kelly cobiella nbc news london. at least six people have been killed as a result of the huge storm... here in the u-s, thoussnds attend the funeral for supreme court justice scalia this weekend in washington d-c... he is remembed as a man who loved god, his country, and his family. he was known as a funny man...and
son got a couple laughs when he spoke about his father... he was the father that god gave us for the great adventure of family ife. jujutice scalia dieie in his sleep last weekend during a hunting trip in west texas... first it was flint michigan -- now another state is under the spotlight for water issues this weekend... the water in crystal city, texas is no longer crystal clear...in fact -- it's the exact opposite... dark-colored water has been owing from city taps over the past few days... some say the water looks more like black sludge or oil... officials say the color is coming from sediment that leaked into the lines during a cent cleaning of the area's water tower... apparently the tower hadn't been cleaned in decades... people are being told to boil the water before drinking or using it... while there's no word on when the water might return back to normal... switching gears to a more pleasant topic -- ice cream!
iconic, but now they're offering a new line of desserts..somethin g a bit when you hear ben and jerrys-- ice cream likely comes to mind. but the company is ditching the cream in it's new wanting to8do it, we've been listening to them for awhile say this is something we want and we've actually been working on it for about three years now." the result -- four decadent flavors. two are spins on iconic favorites-- chunky monkey and chocolate fudge brownie. but the other two are instead of milk and cream-- the base is almond milk with coconut oil mixed in. (sot: avigdor schiffman, visitor) "it tastes like real ice cream, jerry's waterbury plant-- visitors ot the chance t try the new flavors. for fiona finlay-hart-- it was as good as she expected. "i've really been looking forward to this and actually i came up they didn't have it yet." since it's beginnings in but nothing uite like this. "for the people who are lactose intolerant and people who are vegan, they go come on make
just fruit sugar and water, so we think what we've come up with being shipped out -- and most stores should have them in two to four weeks. something fans like finlay-hart are happy to hear. "it's really great they're finally getting into this." how's this next story for unusual... a legendary music icon's hair sold for thousands of dollars this weekend... this is john lennon's hair - and it sold for 35- thousand dollars at an auction in texas yesterday... people there were joking around saying this must be "the largest lock ofofennon's hairrever
the former beatles legend was shot and killed in new york city in 19- 80... an exotic animal is now on the road to recovery -- thanks to a rescue on the side of the road in dubuque county this week... sheriff's deputies found a bearded dragon... kwwl's brad hanson looked into the unusual tale this week -- and has our story for us this morning.. game of thrones character. like her fictional counterpart, the story of how it's totally true. daenerys was found on the side of te road by these wo deputies--frozen nearly to death. "it was really really cold that night. close to zero if not below zero." the deputies rushed her to robin mundt's nearby house--but it didn't look moving. i mean you picked it up and it just came like a board in
but a little cold wouldn't keep this not so thical dragonon down. withh hours she had movement back, and soon was back vet floor. oh...right--the point being, she's healthy again, and in good nds. dadanerys might not have had a educational tool around the office to help train people how to deal with exotic animals." mundt says she's expected to live a long and healthy life--most likely, drama free. bearded dragons tend to live about ten years. coming up on today in iowa... new studies say coffee is brewing up some more benefits for your health.. plus... how a canadian island is hoping to
presidential election here in the u-s... we'll examine an unusual sales pitch in a few moments... you're watching k-w-w-l. we've got you covered. rain and snow it hits our viewing area. we i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a raracar. i i ve a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common.
with xarelto . xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto . hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, dodot stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto , watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical
before starting xarelto , tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto here is no regular blood monitoring ananno known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . weather information. here is additional forecast are possible today and maybe again on tuesday but there won't be a lot of moisture available. most of the showers are drying out as they hit our viewing area, although we may stormtrack7 live weather network the upper 20s to mid 30s and should start to clclb a little bit... most of will stay pretty light most of large area of snow tracking through the state, but most of it will become spotty as it tracks to the east as a cold front early afternoon before tracking away although we could 20s to 60s in the midwest today and the 30s to 50s tomorrow. our rain and snow showers through early afternoon. we will dry out so melting snow will refreeze again. highs on monday will be in the mid 30s to loww0s with
through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be breezy on wednesday and thursday with cooler air tracking in for again onnuesday but therere won't be a lot of moisture available. most of the showers are drying out as they hit our viewing area, although we may have some light snoshowers or even sleet and rain showers track through early afternoon. stormtrack7 live weather network showw those clouds, , ith some holes in them... temps are in the upper 20s to the state is in the low to mid 30s.. .north winds are light and will stay pretty lightost of the large area of snow tracking through the state, but moot of it will become spotty as it tracks to the east as a cold front early afternoon before tracking away although we could see fog tonight. we will stay pretty mild with highs in the 20s to 60s in the midwest today and the 30s to 50s rain and snow showers through early afternoon. we will dry out tonight, although areas of fog will frm with light winds. lows will be in the mito upper 20s so melting snow will refreeze again. highs on monday will be in the mid 30s to low 40s with
through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be breezy on wednesday and thursday with cooler air tracking in for the weekend. mild through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be breezy on wednesday and thursday with cooler air tracking in for the weekend. again on tuesday but there won't be a lot of moisture available. most of the showers even sleet and rain showers shows those clouds, with some holes in them... temps are in the upper 20s to 30s.. .north wis are light and ll stay pretty light most of through the s sate, but mosttof it will become spotty as it tracks through the morning and into the early afternoon before pretty mild with highs in the 20s to 60s in the midwest today and the 30s to 50s rain and snow showers through early afternoon. we will dry out will be in the mid to upper 20s, so melting snow will refreeze through tuesday with a chance of light rain and snow, mainly north, and then it will be
with cooler air tracking in for the weekend. more decision 20- 16 coverage for you this morning... as big wins for two frontrunners this weekend.. spellsshe end for a former favorite. jeb bush -- once seen as a top contender for the republican presidential nomination -- suspended his campaign after a disappointing showing in the south carolina primary yesterday... he finished in fourth place - with only seven percent of the vote... he was emotional as he made the announcement -- saying-- voters the big winners of the weekend? these two... as hillary clinton builds on her lead in the democratic race with her victory nevada yesterday...
has the biggest day of all -- with a commanding win out of south carolina... and it seems as if all eyes are on trump and his rise in the republican race. but - get this: some americans are threatening to leave the country if the billionaire becomes the next president of the united states. jeanne moos explains.. when donald trump deals with protesters... "get him out." he doesn't meaea out of the e ountry. but for those who country. if that happens and you decide to get the hell out of there, might suggest moving to cape breton island." "first of all, where is cape breton?" it's in nova scotia, along "and nobody has a handgun." cape breton radio d-j rob calabrese is no donald trump fan. his "if (rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins website) "where women can get
there are answers to questions like "how do i breton if donald trump wins hundreds of inquiries. (jeanne moos/cnn correspondent)t) "would you consider moving to "i would do it in a heartbeat. i would." "no i'm an american. i'm gonna stay here no matter who's elected president." but in cape breton, they need people. "absolutely. we have an unsustainable population decline." housing is a bargain. we saw 3-bedroom waterside houses selling for 200- thousand, even 25- thousand supporters. (rob calabrese/runs cape breton if donald trump wins website) ""hy would anyonnwant to move to canada? especially some isolated known-for- nothing place like cape breton." well it's known for leave. "get him the hell out of here will you please?" jeanne moos c-n-n "bye bye!" neneyork thousand, even 25- thousand dollars. sure, rob has gotten some angry emails from trump sspporters. (rob calabrese/runs cape to move to canada? especially some isolated known-for- nothing place like cape breton." well it's known for something now. cape breton's
"get him the hell out of here will yoyoplease?" jeanne moooc-n-n "bye bye!" new york pretty drastic measures there -- bubujoke or not -- that canadian island says they are definitely ready for some new citizens later this year... still come this morning... are you drinking your morning coffee right now?? thats good news for your liver. we will explain after this
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new studies say that drinking coffee could cut your chance of developing a type of liver disease... that's according to a medical journal that reviewed nine studies on the effects of coffee... it
says two cups a day could cut your chance to develop alcohol-related cirrhosis by 44- percent... good news for manthere but it is importann to know..it does also add, however, that coffee will never balance out all negative affects of excess alcohol in the liver... coming up on today in iowa... a rare new addition to a zoo has everyone talking...but its momma is not loving all the attention.
right now...understandab le though -- mommas are protective. get thi there are now ten of these tigers at this zoo -- and officials hope the population will continue to increase.... a few rain or snow showers track through today and again on tuesday with mild temperatures through midweek. we will then cool off to the upper 20s to low 30s friday and tuesday with mild temperatures through midweek. we will then track through today and again on tuesday with mild temperatures rain or snow showers cool off to the upper 20s to low 30s friay and saturday. thanks for joining us this morning. our next newscast is tonight at 5.
the undisputed republican front-run sgler it's tough. it's nasty. it's mean. it's vicious. it's beautiful. >> but republicans believe it's a three-man race as marco rubio and ted cruz vie to become the chief trump challenger. >> and the st century conservative movement is the son of a bar tender and a maid from cuba. meanwhile, the bush dynasty comes to an official end. >> tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> trump, rubio and cruz all join me this morning. plus, hillary clinton gets the win she so desperately needed in nevada. >> some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. >> while bernie sanders loses in the first state with a diverse electorate. >> you're going to see the resusuts of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> bernie sanders makes his case this morning. joining me for insight and analysis are, radio talk show host hughh hewitt, mnsbc's