tv Today in Iowa at 530 NBC February 2, 2016 5:30am-6:00am CST
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fall and when it will be at its worst. news array clinton thank you, iowa! 34:57 sanders 403696 tons :25 - :29 iowa thank you! virtual tie. democrats spent the night tracking the closest caucus race in history. hear what clinton had to say to voters even before official results. 558-god bless the great state of iowa.' 602 cruz trumps the trump. a look at his winning moment, and how the senator says he pulled off the win. it's tuesday february
iowans have their eyes set on that big winter storm this morning. here's a look at road conditions right now. as you can see it's not looking too bad yet. but the metro is expected to see up to 6 inches by 1 this afternoon. we have team coverage this morning tracking the storm. channel 13's josh nguyen is live from the des moines international airport tracking delays and cancellations following caucus
and onto our other top story this morning... caucus day 20-16 is leaving its mark on political history. big surprises and nail-biters packed last night...with the closest iowa democratic caucus keeping voters on the edge of their seats. here's a look at the numbers as of this morning. one final precinct has yet to report but officials say it
difference. hillary clinton narrowly defeats bernie sanders with 49 point 9 percent. that's just 5 votes separating the two. as you can see, martin o'malley only received one percent support. with his poor caucus showing, the former maryland governor announced he is dropping out of the presidential race. a tie is still a big win for the bernie sanders campaign. the vermont senator overcoming a huge deficit to give clinton a run for her money.. cheers flanked by his family, sanders took the stage to address his supporters. nine months ago, he says his campaign had no name recognition, no money, and no organization. they took on a political powerhouse and are now leaving iowa with momentum to take on washington. sanders calls it a political revolution and wants others to say no to a
i think the people of iowa have sent a profound message to the political establishment, the economic establishment and by establishment 12 declared victory at the same time across town. result were called... and clinton delivered a passionate victory in iowa. - every single one of you.. who came out for me... from my young organizers with energy and passion to the families and friends across this state. i am deeply grateful. 30:00 the former secretary of state becomes the first woman in history to win the iowa caucuses. and republicans caucus goers turned out in record numbers last night.
poll....ted cruz comes out on top with 28 percent. the business mogul trails him at 24 percent. and marco rubio isn't far behind at 23 percent. ben carson 9 percent rand paul 5 percent jeb bush 3 percent carly fiorina 2 percent john kasich 2 percent mike huckabee 2 percent...like o'malley, he announced during caucus voting he will drop his bid for president. the republican winner, ted cruz was greeted by a big crowd at his victory party at the iowa state fairgrounds. nats cheering cruz credited his win in iowa to his strong ground game. he completed the 'full grassley' visiting all of iowas 99 counties finishing up in jefferson before the caucuses. cruz made it a point to talk one on one with voters, which caucus goers said
push forward on his conservative christian values to ensure a republican is the next president. 1127' this campaign has been a movement from millions of americans from across this country to organize, to rally to come together, whatever washington says they cannot keep the people down.' 1139 cruz pulled in over 51 thousand votes last night. while drivers in the metro are worried about their morning commute... some people are still filtering out from last night's caucus. channel 13's josh nguyen is live from the des moines international airport. josh, staff there have had this storm on their radar for a while now. des moines airport travel: a lot of planning go into today's travel. staff knew this day was going to be busy. they got in around 430. it's all hands on deck. staff are very worried about
canceled 10-12. they're expecting heavy snow, but the runway will be clear visibility is an issue. they need to see the landing environment. if it is a mix. ice is harder to handle than snow. it builds up plane and runway. you can only de-ice just before take off. not one empty seat for today... over sold by 90 seats. delta and american upgraded to bigger planes. also asked for priority handling. traffic control. keep des moines flowing be here 90 minutes before departure. rental cars will have extra staff to handle returns. extra tsa staff. working on this 6 months ago. if flights cancel
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a blizzard warning is in effect today for those north and west of the des moines metro. moderate to heavy snow is expected at times and wind speeds will increase as well. winds will be strong from the north-northeast at 20 to 30 mph, gusts to 40 mph. this will create very difficult driving conditions all day through the start of wednesday. a winter storm warning is in effect for those southwest and southeast of des moines until 6
continue to strengthen during the morning commute. the heaviest snow in the metro will fall before 1 pm. avy ow will continue in northwest iowa through the day. totals ll be in the to 6" range through central iowa, including des moines, wh totals 8" + in rthwest wa. southeast iowa ll see mainly in. blowing snow will continue be a problem mainly in northwest iowa through early wednesday morning.
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