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itathletics. tonight we sit down with the man in charge to hear his game plan for 20-16. local 5 news at 10 starts in 30 seconds.
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5 news at accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." brad/wx wall weather adlib: a little "clipper" system went through today and brought some clouds here and snow flurries to ne iowa. we can expect more of these systems in the days to come. tonight will be mainly clear early in the wake of today's clipper. this will mean cold, dry conditions overnight with lows in the 10s for most areas. the next weather system will come in friday with more clouds and a chance for some flurries or snow showers for mainly late afternoon and early evening. it looks like we will have some clouds to start saturday with, but then see more sunshine later in the afternoon with milder temperatures across the state. highs should reach the mid to upper 30s with even some 40s for southern iowa where some areas have no snow on the ground. another clipper will swing to our north saturday night, and this one is stronger than the others. it will bring us a lot of wind with variably cloudy skies through monday. the first chance for showers will be late saturday night, and it looks like mainly rain showers will be possible for central iowa. i think we start sunday with some sunshine but more clouds will be swinging down from
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through sunday night and into monday. we could see some light accumulations sunday most areas will be less colder air will back into iowa for next showers it does look " local 5 news at 10 in hd starts now. we are iowa" jack: the candidates may have moved questions still just what monday's good evening. i'm jack miller. the night off. the confusion two democratic precincts in woodbury western iowa. tonight, some people say there precinct delegate was won by the bernie sanders campaign, but somehow was credit to the hillary clinton campaign, and they aren't sure why. we'll have more on that story in just a minute, meanwhile.... jack: ...at the state house, senate democrats are making a bold move to stop governor branstad's plan to privatize medicaid. ever since the governor announced plans to change over the state's medicaid program to managed care companies, the plan has received a lot of criticism. even the federal government says the state was not ready on january first, so they moved
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march first. but democratic senators say it's time to stop the whole thing. they've introduced a bill to do that. "gronstal - 11:20 they assured us back in november and december they were signing people up left and rightr and they're still not the halfway point. we think it's timr eto pull the plug on this, go back to the old system, maybe someday come back to this issue." jack: house republicans say repealing the plan would be a step in the wrong direction... and further. the bill gets to the house floor dead on arrival. "upmeyer - 27:10 i'm moving forward instead of looking back and protect a status quo " jack: speaker upmeyer says the house won't bother debating is because any repeal of the medicaid privatization would just be vetoed by governor branstad. jack: new details tonight show a metro teacher accused of exposing himself claims he is
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jack/1shot: tonight local 5 has obtained the criminal complaint from west des moines police detailing what happened at valley west mall on january 30th. former lincoln high school teacher michael madson is accused of exposing himself to a female mall employee outside of the great american cookie company. according to the police report, madson maintained his innocence throughout police questioning. local 5 went to madson's home tonight for comment on the case, but no one answered. the des moines school district says madson was immediately put on administrative leave after the incident and was not allowed to return to school. he resigned his position on tuesday. jack: . one person is dead in a house fire in nevada -- and investigators say it looks suspicious. it happened early this morning in the 800 block of north avenue. the home was burning and one man was dead inside where firefighters got there. he's been identified as 36 year-old adam
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the rest of his family was not home at the time. "the fire itself is suspicious only because of the markings and the indicators that are there. we have people on the scene still processing it. we'll make a determination later once we get everything together." jack: investigators are still waiting on autopsy results to figure out of adam blazek was killed by the fire or something else. jack: 2015 was a roller coaster of emotions for the iowa state athletic department especially when it comes to basketball and football. local 5 sports director jon schaeffer sat down with athletic director jamie pollard to talk about 2015 and what we can expect for this year. " the year didn't start the way jamie pollard expected-- he suffered a heart attack which is admittedly something he doesn't think about much these days. after watching isu men's hoops claim back to back big 12 championships it was on to the ncaa tournament where the
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reality didn't live up to it. now the ncaa tournament didn't go hoped it would with a uab what was your disappointing for you were still living on the high of the big 12 championship and first game the you're early on thursday morning and um it was like it was over before it ever started and like a bad dream. but as you learn in athletics tomorrow comes whether you want it to or not and life had to go on and so we've put that in the memory bank and moved on." pollard then watched on that spring as the bank and moved on." pollard then watched mayor-- fred hoiberg chicago bulls. beloved coaches in school history. he chose murray state head coach steve person to follow fred. because he is extremely humble. have run from fred's legacy because it would be stifling. and he's been able to embrace it. and work
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embrace it. and work with it." then the attention turned to the football season. paul rhoads was under pressure to find success from the iowa state fan base. unfortunately-- the program didn't make the turn in the right direction. rhoads went 3-9 before being let go. "coach rhoads is a great football coach but that friendship piece makes it easier and harder. it's easier because we are so close that you were able to just work through it in a way that was good for everybody involved." "in less than two weeks pollard had already gotten the guy he wanted. toledo head coach matt campbell who fit the mentality of what it takes to coach at iowa state. "he wanted to be at a place where if we won a championship he would be the first there were places he could have went where they would say when we win a championship this is what you do. that's not the kind of environment he wanted to be at he wanted to be at something where he could build it. that is
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department so he fit that." so expectations for 2016 couldn't be bigger from fans in both basketball and football. in 2016 is it too much for fans to expect a sweet 16 basketball team and a bowl bound football team? "absolutely not. that's what our coaches and our administration aspires to do i think we'd all be disappointed if we weren't in the you know got to that level in basketball with the team that we have this hard but we are 16 teams in the country and so i hope that happens. as far as a bowl game that's our goal every year that'll be no different for next year. jack: jon will have more from jamie pollard throughout the month of february on the of cyclone athletics. jack: local 5 news at so much excitement tonight about being able to order a meal
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jack: then--state wrestling is just two weeks away. one central iowa team is hoping to keep their title at the well and at home. jordan has the highlights later in sports. brad: ((ad lib weather toss)) tomorrow on good morning iowa... zombies....caesar....and a love story, oh my! we'll take a look at new releases hitting theaters this weekend... weather.. and sam has a look at your forecast that's tomorrow on the all-new good morning iowa! "your watching local 5 jack miller, stephanie
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iowa's most accurate forecast with chief meteorologist brad edwards and local 5 sports with sports director jon schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." brad: weather adlib: a little "clipper" system went through today and brought some clouds here and snow flurries to ne iowa. we can expect more of these systems in the days to come. tonight will be mainly clear early in the wake of today's clipper. this will mean cold, dry conditions overnight with lows in the 10s for most areas. the
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more clouds and a chance for some flurries or snow showers for mainly late afternoon and early evening. it looks like we will have some clouds to start saturday with, but then see more sunshine later in the afternoon with milder temperatures across the state. highs should reach the mid to upper 30s with even some 40s for southern iowa where some areas have no snow on the ground. another clipper will swing to our north saturday night, and this one is stronger than the others. it will bring us a lot of wind with variably cloudy skies through monday. the first chance for showers will be late saturday night, and it looks like mainly rain showers will be possible for central iowa. i think we start sunday with some sunshine but more clouds will be swinging down from the north by afternoon with some snow showers possible right through sunday night and into monday. we could see some light accumulations sunday night into monday, but most areas will be less than an inch it seems. colder air will eventually find its way back into iowa for next week, but after monday's snow showers it does look pretty dry. brad
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we can expect more of these systems in the days to come. tonight will be mainly clear early in the wake of today's clipper. this will mean cold, dry conditions overnight with lows in the 10s for most areas. the next weather system will come in friday with more clouds and a chance for some flurries or snow showers for mainly late afternoon and early evening. it looks like we will have some clouds to start saturday with, but then see more sunshine later in the afternoon with milder temperatures across the state. highs should reach the mid to upper 30s with even some 40s for southern iowa where some areas have no snow on the ground. another clipper will swing to our north saturday night, and this one is others. it will bring variably cloudy skies through monday. the first chance for showers will be late saturday night, and it looks like mainly rain showers will be possible for central iowa. i think we start sunday with some sunshine but more clouds will be swinging down from the north by afternoon with some snow showers possible right through sunday night and into monday. we could see some light accumulations sunday night into monday, but most areas will be less
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eventually find its way week, but after monday's snow showers it does look pretty dry. brad jack: jack: we can expect more of these systems in the days to come. tonight will be mainly clear early in the wake of will mean cold, dry conditions overnight with lows in the 10s for most areas. the will come in friday with chance for some flurries or snow showers for mainly late afternoon and early evening. it looks like we will have some clouds to start saturday with, but then see more sunshine later in the afternoon with milder temperatures across the state. highs should reach the mid to upper 30s with even some 40s for southern iowa where some areas have no snow on the ground. another clipper will swing to our north saturday night, and this one is stronger than the others. it will bring us a lot of wind with variably cloudy skies through monday. the first chance for showers will be late saturday night, and it jack: now back to tonight's big story.
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tonight's big story. many questions still remain about just what happened during monday's caucuses. the confusion includes at least two democratic precincts in woodbury county in western iowa. tonight, some precinct won by the bernie sanders campaign, but somehow was credit to the hillary clinton campaign, and they aren't sure why. local 5's tim seaman reports in tonight's big story. "this system like i said is outdated we need to change it," said patrick west. on monday, patrick west served as a captain in woodbury county precinct #40 held in correctionville. like some others in iowa, he's questioning the way democratic caucus results are posted. "our precinct went for sanders. oto's precinct, the paper work was filled out showing they went for sanders and yet somehow the
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clinton," said patrick west. keane schwarz served as captain for that oto precinct, precinct 43. he was the only voter to participate and aligned with bernie sanders, but the state party results show the precinct being won by hillary clinton. "one person, i'm the only one on a sheet of paper very clearly filled out for this candidate with no oppisition and it's you become a hillary delegate," said keane schwartz. precints 40 and 43 were 2 of 6 held at the river valley high school. schwartz, west and fellow precinct co- captain stephen eitzen all say caucus night was a night of disorganization. "there wasn't a lot of discussion. at the end there was, but during just sitting there. in hindsight i would have what are you guys doing," said eitzen. that "afterwards" eitzen mentioned..... mass confusion and sanders. was just a basic cafateria. lots of
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just have a seat whereever you want," said west. the men say the precinct's lone o'malley supporter offered to switch support to clinton forcing a deadlock, but that person left the caucus prematurly. " you can't have votes that way it's just not resonable. i wanted her to have her opinion i wanted her to have her votre, but if she's already left the building and we can't confirm it, it can't be counted," said west. "never was there an announcement that some candidates were unviable and that there was a realignment period that they could realine to other groups," said eitzen. in the end, the captains signed off on a 9-8 win for sanders but the state democratic tally shows woodbury county precinct 40 awarded to clinton by that total. monday marked all three men's first caucus experience. they told us they want to see changes in the iowa system but plan to participate again. "there needs to be more people step forward and question and make those numbers more available," said schwarz. " it fit when it was just
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drinking whiskey and arguing all night. it doesn't fit with modern lifesytles at," said west. ts local 5 news we are iowa jack: local 5 has been in touch with the iowa democratic party about these accounts. here's a statement. "the iowa democratic party has released our final results. any concerns we will look into at the local level and with the parties involved. reporting sheets are internal party documents. " meantime, the des moines register teed off on the iowa democrats in an editorial today, saying " once again the world is laughing at iowa. we can take ribbing over our quirky process. but what we can't stomach is even the whiff of impropriety or error. stay with local 5, we'll keep you updated on developments with regard to the the iowa caucus numbers. jack: next.... a local favorite went down in flames. see why there's so much anticipation for a-dong vietnamese to re-open. jack:
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reopens, after a fire closed it down for nearly six months. to celebrate, a dong offered free food for their patrons. it was hard to find a seat inside tonight. local five's jacob peklo made it inside and is here now with more. jacob? jacob jack, there were a lot of questions about when a dong was going to reopen. some thought it was going to only take a couple of months, but the owners say lots of little details kept pushing things back. tonight, some free food and a lot of fan support is starting to bring things back to normal. neal ngu was hard at work thursday night, but it was hard for him to stop smiling. neal ngu, owner: "oh, better than tonight." about six months ago, an early morning fire restaurant, leaving neal and his crew with a long rebuild. neal ngu, owner: "well, somehow we had a feeling that we would get back on track customers always matter what. we knew if we reopened, they despite the delays, the loyalty for their brand only grew. see thongsouk, des
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really good restaurant, and it's a shame that it caught on fire but it looks really good in here and the food is really good." and with the offer of free food for opening night, waiting in the cold didn't seem like such a sacrifice. paige crall, des moines resident: "it's worth it for free a dong food." paige crall, des moines resident: "it's pretty unique and authentic, which is hard to find in iowa, but it's pretty good." many endured a wait of 20 minutes or more to get in the door, see thongsouk, des moines resident: "i'm getting the feeling in my toes back from standing outside, and i'm getting full now. good food." but that was nothing compared to make this restaurant part of their regular routine again. becky pinegar, des moines resident: "probably once every week or two weeks since i live so close. it was just really easy to come over." nats crews were hard at work, restocking the buffet line with egg rolls, spring rolls and a variety of meat, vegetable and pasta dishes. rick scupham, business partner: "they stood up very well under a lot of stress and a lot of pressure, and it's wonderful to be open again." and that feeling of satisfaction is mutual for these customers and the owners, who are seeing signs of
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normal. neal ngu, owner: "nothing better than right now." jacob: the owners estimated that at least half of the crowd tonight was regular customers. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. jack: jordan's here now and it's hard to believe state wrestling two weeks away! jordan: and even less than two weeks really, state duals are on the 17th with the big meet on the 18th... coming up on local 5 sports, new #1 se polk takes on centennial on senior night and #2 valley travels to urbandale. highlights from both up next...
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are iowa sports" jordan: two weeks from today the state wrestling meet will be underway at the well... today southeast polk took over as the new #1 in 3a... the rams are looking to defend both their dual meet and traditional tournament titles! tonight they welcomed in centennial on senior night! we start at 285 pounds. 5th ranked daniel ramirez going up against riley mcclaksey. ramirez picks up riley and throws him down. time called for an injury. riley would be ok. later on, ramierz would come up with the pin and six points! ahead to 113 another fall, as #4 gauge perrien takes steve stych down. sep cruising! 126 pounds, #2 nathan lendt racked up the points with the 20-4 tech fall over alan ayres... then a good one at 138 pounds. #3 zach barnes of sep and #6 jace williams of
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but barnes was on a mission. he handles williams easily winning 22-10 for the major decision. win, 53-18! let's head over number two valley takes on the j-hawks. first varsity match at 182. pearson gets the early pin on valley's bracken cobb. but the tigers respond at 195. tigers' connor corbin pins michael nemmers. next up at 220 was valley's against the j- hawks alex newberg. and not only is rocky a good football player. but also a great wrestler the second ranked lombardi gets the pin and valley goes on to take the match 58-16. jordan: switching to hoops action. the north boys find themselves into the top 10 time in 2016! entered tonight, 3, winners of 6 straight! dontre english and north hosting 3-12 indianola. polar bears up at the break and they add to it. great ball movement by the home team as ben hayeys finds english in the corner for
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add the knock out punch early on. the freshman tyreke locure finds jal bijek for the alley- oop. that one make it on local 5's top plays this sunday. but the indians hanging around. jalen hunter takes it in and scores it on the scoop layup. indianola not done. schafer orwig with the sweet name and the sweet 3-point play. could indianola pull off the upset?! north starting to pull away. again locure finds bijek coming out of no where. (ben hayes hits the corner three to put north up in the fourth) but indianola stuns north on its home floor. indians knock off the polar bears 73-69. on the girls side indianola also taking on the polar bears. home team lationna robinson hits polar bears up back come the carrington kuehl hits the corner pocket trifecta to tie it but north, trying monster upset. nyadholi deng finds herself wide open and but indianola
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just too good she would go on a ten-0 run by herself to end the first quarter. indians led it 30- 13 after one. rolls 64-31. jordan/bam we'll be right watching local five news at 10.
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check this out. at the famous par 3 16th during wednesday's pro am at the phoenix open....spectator s saw a hole in one, by eldrick. but no not eldrick, tiger woods. eldrick the robot hit the shot! it was his 5th try but still!! tiger famously aced the hole back in 97! this hole can hold 15-20 thousand spectators... brad: weather adlib: put script here in green jack: thank you for
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