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iowa's most accurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." sam high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through today, and there won't be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come to an end across the state, and even though accumulations were very minimal with most places receiving under an inch, blizzard conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light snow hasn't been able to settle very easily. today will be very cloudy with highs in the mid to upper teens zero for most of the we'll see a lot less cloud cover and wind leading us to a very chilly night with lows dropping into the low single digits. wednesday there is a quick clipper that will swing through the state in the morning and early afternoon that should give us a light snow with totals ranging from a couple news midday.... the bakken main issue for the iowa utilities vote. sabrina: suppressors iowa? find out what
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enforcement officials have to say, coming up. sabrina: tonight is the first in the nation primary. we'll take a look at the presidential race now that's it's moved on to the granite state. "local 5 news midday in hd starts now. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina: new at midday today, an unexpected fire this morning, left one man dead. sabrina: it happened shortly after midnight on the 25 hundred block of 59th street in des moines. authorities were called to the residence twice last night following noise disturbance complaints officials evetually tried to make contact with a man inside the residence, when they saw a fire erupt within the home. the man refused to leave, and fire crews were forced out by the fire and smoke. the male resident died investigations show the fire was intentionally started. we will be sure to keep you updated on this investigation as we receive any new information. sabrina:
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story...wintry weather leads to car accidents and an interstate closure... sabrina: the winter weather hitting north and central iowa forced the iowa department of transportation and state patrol to close down interstate 35 yesterday between ames and clear lake. high winds and snowy weather left visibility poor, leading to numerous accidents. officials have also warned against using sections of highway 69, which runs parallel to the interstate. the roadway closure left some stranded in ames monday. "i've been here since 5:00 we've had at least 10 more arrivals than we had expected of just people walking in saying they needed a room because the roads were closed we just left dallas texas this morning driving straight through back to go home and i didn't realize it was closed here so i dont know what i'm going to do " sabrina: this morning, i-35 has been re- opened for those travelling north or southbound between ames and clear lake. sabrina: secretary of state paul pate
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declaration to delay start times for special elections today in twelve iowa counties. the polls for the special election int the iowa lakes community college district will not open until nine this morning. this delay also affects the polling hours for the city special election in emmetsburg. sabrina: and for the latest weather related closings and delays make sure to visit our website..... we are iowa dot com. sabrina: also new this morning...state investigators assist authorities in jefferson county... sabrina: sunday, fairfield fire and police were called to a house fire...where the body of a man was also discovered... the fire happened at a home on north twelth street... inside, fire crews found the body of 56-year- old richard hendershot.. the state fire marshal's office and iowa d-c-i have been called in to assist in the investigation. sabrina: and a sunday car accident in eastern iowa claims the life of an 18-year-old... the accident happened just south of eldridge... the iowa state patrol says the car left the
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culvert....causin g significant damage..then caught fire. 18-year-old mitchell hayes of davenport was killed in the crash...with two other teens injured as well. the accident remains under investigation... sabrina: the proposed bakken pipeline project is the focus of hearings this week for the board... iowa remains the hasn't approved would run 346 miles diagnolly across the state. the project is more than three during monday's hearing the board deliberated over the environmental and economic impact of the project... " rather than consider of each factor separately, does it positively public conviencene and neccessity or is it against it take them into isolate, i really think the better approach is to take them all together at the end and decide how much weight each one is entitled to in each of your deliberations" sabrina: the board said they may not
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during this weeks' meetings... however, they'll continue for the next three days in des moines. they all begin at 1 in the afternoon and are open to the public. if you can't make it, the hearings will also be live-streamed. sabrina:: it's a mock crime scene, but there's nothing fake about it. central campus students got the chance to go through a homicide investigation and it had to be done before their next class period. the "fake" murder investigation is part of students' criminal justice class curriculum, and it allows students to go through the different roles and responsibilities involved in a criminal case. "so the evidence we get will be collected and eventually passed on for analysis so i don't know of any other high school programs doing that in the nation. i haven't been able to find one, let alone, i haven't really seen any college programs taht do both the forensic collection and the analysis of evidence." sabrina: captian willis and his c.s.i team partnered with biotechnology, aviation and film production
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into "murder on a lear jet." sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through today, and there won't be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come to an end across the state, and even though accumulations were very minimal with most places receiving under an inch, blizzard conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light snow hasn't been able to settle very easily. today will be very cloudy with highs in the mid to upper teens and wind chills below zero for most of the day. overnight tonight we'll see a lot less cloud cover and wind leading us to a very chilly night with lows dropping into the low single digits. wednesday there is a quick clipper that will swing through the state in the morning and early afternoon that should give us a light snow with totals ranging from a couple
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inches. we're still cold the rest of the week but we will warm back to the 20s by thursday and friday. valentines day as of now still looks to be fairly cold with snow possible, but luckily next week we are still expecting a warming trend. sabrina: over to the statehouse, where some iowa senators are fighting the medicaid privatization plan sabrina: the state is less than a month away from the over...with the working to repeal the plan. this, as govenor branstad lashes out at democrats...clai ming they are trying to make healthcare all about politics. but the thing is, there's also a republican voting to repeal privatized medicaid... that senator says he wants to make it clear that this isn't about taking political sides. " i just think we need to slow down a little bit, reconsider this and i wanted to throw my hat in the ring. i'm not speaking for all republicans but i am speaking for my 60 thousand constitutents.
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the govenors plan is supposed to save 51 point three million in months of medicaid.... repealing the plan passed out of committe with a 9-3 vote... though it is not expected to make it through the house, and if it did, would be vetoed by the governor. the plan is expected to take effect march first... sabrina: meanwhile, gun suppressors are also a topic at the state house...with the iowa firearms coalition, the nra, and the american suppressor association working together on the legislation. organizations say leading cause for the measure is improving hearing safety for gun owners. " a 308 hunting rifle will be around 165 170 as far as a decibal 130 decibal range." sabrina: however, not all are in favor of gun suppressors...so me law officers say it could maker their job tougher. "from a policing
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know about it we rely o the community to report that to us most often so anything that would surpress that sound might impact our policing efforts " sabrina: the bill is now on its way to the house floor... sabrina: an announcement today will focus on advancing medical cannabis legislation in the hawkeye states. iowans for medical cannabis plan to release the findings from a new statewide survey on the issue of medical cannabis in iowa. this afternoon, the group plans to announce the findings and discuss new legislation being introduced in the iowa house of representatives. sabrina: coming up on local 5 news midday... new tests are being done to find the most effective mosquito repellent, to protect you against the growing danger of the zika virus. sabrina: and... why are some americans turning in their passports? sabrina: next.... a local senior residence home gains a new, unexpected
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sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast. this is local 5 midday. we are iowa" sabrina: this year millennials will surpass baby boomers as the largest living generation . but that doesn't change the growing demand for housing more than 60 million people retiring over the next 20 years. with more retirement communities competing for new residents, one facility in urbandale may have found the key to attracting new tenants while keeping them young at heart. take a look... "nats piano music" its hard to hear the music over the buzz going around inside
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deerfield resident i think there's a lot of deerfield resident oh yes, certainly. tom mckenna - deerfield resident we heard about it about two weeks ago. nat - elevator the fuss is all about the newest senior to move in glennis nunn - deerfield resident in fact i think when she walks in everyone is gonna say, 'oh, come eat with me." so i hope i get a chance to eat with her once in a while. but glennis nunn shouldn't expect her for bridge at 10 am on tuesday and thursdays - because thats when haley jenkins has composition class haley jenkins - drake university senior as my friends and family know i'm a bit of an old soul. the 21-year-old drake senior is officially the youngest person to ever call deerfield home thanks to a newly formed partnership haley jenkins - drake university senior i got an email from clarence badilla, the head of the music department at drake
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at drake about this opportunity the opportunity was unique - play two music performances each the retirement community in exchange for free room and year james robinson - deerfield executive we're the first that we have this type of prestigious university and an exceptional but as deerfield executive director james robinson explains - there's much more haley offers to her new neighbors than just music james robinson - deerfield executive director and that's the relationships that haley will build with the residents of deerfield and that impact of that is immeasurable glennis nunn - deerfield resident it give you a whole different outlook on life to be with someone young
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i really enjoy the older generation because they have a lot to teach and hopefully i can teach them with this experience as well." nat - playing pool including, how to run the table nat - cheers while haley keeps her new neighbors young at heart - they're also filling a void she's been living without for most of her life haley jenkins - drake university senior i only knew one of my grandmothers and she was very special to me because of that young relationship with me getting out of preschool, getting to spend time with grandma, baking and playing games with her and going out on walks - but she died when i was really young. tom mckenna - deerfield resident a lot of us already think of her as granddaughter and shes a lovely young lady and a talented young lady and this relationship is going to be terrific and that's music to everyone's ears in urbandale elias johnson nat - end clapping local 5 news, we are iowa sabrina:
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encouraged to come visit, just like they would anywhere else. deerfield isn't the first retirement community to invite a young person to live on site. in fact, they got the idea from a similar community in cleveland, ohio. sabrina sam is back now... sam high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through today, and there won't be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come to an end across the state, and even though accumulations were very minimal with most places receiving under an inch, blizzard conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light
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meteorologist sam weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come state, and even though very minimal with most conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light snow hasn't been able to settle very easily. today will be very cloudy with highs in the mid to upper teens and wind chills below zero for most of the day. overnight tonight we'll see a lot less cloud cover and wind leading us to a very chilly night with lows dropping into the low single digits. wednesday there is a
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state in the morning and early afternoon that should give us a light snow with totals ranging from a couple tenths to about 2 inches. we're still cold the rest of the week but we will warm back to the 20s by thursday and friday. valentines day as of now still looks to be fairly cold with snow possible, but luckily next week we are still expecting a warming trend. sam: still to come on local five news midday... valentine's day is coming up, which means it's time to
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sabrina: still to come on sabrina still to come on local five news midday... valentine's day is coming up, which means it's time to take your sweetheart for a spin. coming up, faith lutheran church is on to talk about their mother son dance.
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celebrate in a winter
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lutheran church's 3rd annual mother son dance on february 19!! are you ready to boogie? have you heard of a daddy- daughter dance? now it's time for mothers and sons to have a chance to join in the fun and celebrate in a winter wonderland at the 3rdannual mother-son dance, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., friday, february 19, at faith lutheran church, 10395 university avenue in clive. moms, grandmas, and aunts: grab your sons, grandsons, and nephews - young and old - and have some fun!! enjoy dancing, contests, snacks, punch, and a photo booth from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at faith lutheran church. tickets are $25 per couple and $5 more for each additional child. tickets for faith's mother-son dance can be purchased on our website under quick links/payment for events and can also be purchased at the church office. faith lutheran church is located in the western part of the des moines area. to get to faith lutheran church, take
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valley west drive (exit 1b). go north on valley west drive to university avenue. go west on university avenue beyond the at home store. faith lutheran church is on the north side of university avenue by the clive water tower. for more information, please contact the church office at 515- 225-8334 or visit www.faithlc.org .
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local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" :
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on your money now sabrina americans are giving-up their u.s. passports. a cnn money analysis of the latest government data shows more than 20-percent - over 42-hundred people - turned- in their passports last year. the trend is increasing with americans living overseas, amid complicated paperwork and new tax regulations. those new rules fight tax evasion. sabrina motor club triple-a reports price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is down to a dollar-74. that's the cheapest it's been since january of 2009. for the cheapest gas in the nation you have to head to oklahoma city....where its down to a dollar and eleven cents... and at least eight states have and at least eight states have gas prices as low as a dollar- 25. gas prices are likely to stay low in the near term - unless there's a major disruption in supply. sabrina: and finally...remembe r lehman brothers?
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synonymous with disaster after its bankruptcy sparked the 2008 financial crisis. now it's back in a whiskey form. a british real estate investor filed to use the term for his line of whiskies... with names like 'ashes of disaster' and 'snapfire,'...refer encing the lehman disaster. sabrina/bam: now to the growing concern about the zika virus -- with at least 50 confirmed cases in the united states -- the white house has announced it's asking congress for nearly 2 billion dollars to combat its spread. so how can you protect yourself? abc's linzie janis has the details. " this morning -- concern surrounding the zika virus at an all time high...the cdc raising their zika response to the highest level of activation -- assigning staff to work 24/7 on the response. nats spraying brazil/elsewhere around the world and while the world continues to spray pesticides to try to kill off the mosquitos -- what can you do to keep from being bitten? sot - matthew degenarro - assistant professor, florida international
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consumer reports re-releasing ratings for mosquito repellents? highlighting their results regarding the aedes egypti mosquito - known for carrying and spreading zika-- consumer reports finding these three products to be the most effective: sawyer fisherman's formula picaridin, natrapel 8 hour, and off! deepwoods viii sot - sue byrne - senior editor for health and food, consumer reports - consumer reports test found agains the zika virus were the ones that contained either 25% deet or 20% picardin. both protected for about 8 hours. the ratings also advising consumers to avoid products made of natural plant oils? sot - sue byrne - senior editor for health and food, consumer reports - some of those even failed our tests immediately and the mosquitos bit right through our testers arms those infected with zika may become ill with symptoms like fever, rash joint pain or red eyes and the virus has been linked to the a severe birth defect, microcephaly, when pregnant women get
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safe to use insect repellent while they recommend choosing an epa- registered insect repellent and pay product label. for good morning america, linzie janis, coming up on the father of the the first time murder. sabrina: next.... night. the spotlight is on new hampshire as its residents cast their votes in the first in the nation primary, bringing the 2016 presidential candidates one step closer to the white house.
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" you're watching local 5 news midday in hd. we are iowa" sabrina good morning and thanks for joining us for local 5 news midday...i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina: it' primary day in new hampshire and this morning the first votes are already in. the latest polls say gop frontrunner donald trump and democrat bernie sanders are expected to come out on top in the first in the nation primary. .abc's kenneth moton has the
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" it's finally here?new hampshire primary day and the polls are open. hillary clinton was out early at a polling place thanking supporters. nat hillary clinton we're going to keep working literally until the last vote is cast." sot chris christie "i want this job because i love our country." sot marco rubio "i need your vote!" call it a presidential candidate full court press in the granite state?one campaign event after another. nat bernie sanders concert music bernie sanders supporters were "feeling the bern" at a late night concert. sot bernie sanders create what i call a political revolution unbelievable. thank you. overnight, gop frontrunner donald trump eager for a win. sot donald trump i don't care what happens no matter what, this has been the most amazing experience of my life and you people have made it that way trump calling his final rally before the primary?a love fest.
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candidates on the campaign trail?the attacks kept coming. sot jeb bush donald trump organizes his campaign over disparaging people sot hillary clinton i think being a progressive means you want to make real progress?the last thing we need is promises that can't be met." this morning, three small precincts in new hampshire cast their ballots. the historic dixville notch was the first to open the polls to its 9 voters. with all 3 precincts reporting, it's sanders beating clinton and a 3 way gop tie between trump, ted cruz and john kasich who called every dixville notch voter. sot kasich i think people want to know authenticity more than they ever have. (kenneth standup close) the latest polls have been up and down but trump and sanders have kept consistent leads here in new hampshire. the candidates have already started to turn their attention to the next contests of nevada and south carolina. kenneth moton, manchester, nh " sabrina: not everyone showing up to the polls in the granite state is a new hampshire native. some, like danish citizen ole krohn, have flown thousands of miles to experience the american
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allison warren has that story. " it's an exciting day here in new hampshire-- many voters still heading out to the polls into the afternoon and early evening. but some people here in new hampshire aren't headed to the polls, they're just here to observe ths process. ole krohn television commentator in denmark -03:24:46 "i'm very impressed with the democratic process here." a group of 40 business leaders, journalists and political leaders from denmark are here in the united states, travelling with the ambassador, just to learn about primary voting. rufus gifford, u.s. ambassador to denmark 03:27:15-03:27:25 "one of the things i think your struck by as an american living overseas you're struck by is how fascinated other countries are in our political process. krohn 03:24:15-03:24:27 "it's really interesting because america is the leading super power economically and militarily and we are here to get a first impression about the candidate' politics." the group has attended campaign events all week and often compare elections in denmark, to this process in the united states. they've
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gifford 03:27:49-03:27:89 "it's so much easier, i think, to get a sense of why we do things and why we do it the way we do, when you're living here and not just reading it in headlines and so it's just fantastic." allison warren, reporting i did have the chance to speak with the group a little bit more, and while the process is very different here, they say the issues we are debating here in america are very similar to the ones they're debating in denmark. in manchester nh allison warren for your local elections headquarters. " sabrina: the presidential candidates may have moved on from iowa....but the state still feeling the impact of their visits leading up to the iowa caucuses... iowans are paying big bills from hosting the national politicians.... sabrina: all the extra security and coordination that's needed to host the candidates has left some small towns with big bills. like marshalltown. donald trump and hillary clinton both hosted events on the same day on january 27th. the security cost marshalltown a
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sabrina:: trump's visit cost the marshalltown police department 3,596 dollars in overtime. and police chief mike tupper says he has no overtime budget for events like this. hillary clinton's visit cost them 2,474 dollars. a visit by dr. ben carson on a different day cost them less, 800 dollars. and a quick visit by former president bill clinton came to 201 dollars. sabrina: chief tupper plans to send each one of those campaigns a bill. he's not sure he'll collect, but he's gonna try. and, for what it's worth -- the only candidate who asked for security help and paid up front for it -- was bernie sanders. sabrina: and this morning the man in the white house president obama will deliver his eighth and final budget proposal today. the president's budget director usually testifies before the senate and house budget committees about the president's proposal. but this year...
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grant the usual hearings to the director. the plan includes a ten- dollar-a-barrel oil tax for infrastructure and transportation projects... along with money for cancer research and opioid abuse programs. republicans have already expressed outrage at the oil tax. experts say the bill is never going to be adopted by the republicans in the house and senate. sabrina meteorologist sam schrier joins us again with a look at your forecast. sam weather adlib: high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through today, and there won't be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come to an end across the state, and even though accumulations were very minimal with most places receiving under an inch, blizzard conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light snow hasn't been able to settle very easily. today will be very cloudy with highs in the mid to upper teens and wind chills below zero for most of the day. overnight tonight we'll see a lot less
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chilly night with lows dropping into the low single digits. wednesday there is a quick clipper that will swing through the state in the morning and early afternoon that should give us a light snow with totals ranging from a couple tenths to about 2 inches. we're still cold the rest of the week but we will warm back to the 20s by thursday and friday. valentines day as of now still looks to be fairly cold with snow possible, but luckily next week we are still expecting a warming trend. sabrina: in your national headlines, we have an update on the death of that virginia teen. sabrina: the father of 13 year old nicole lovell is now speaking out for the firs time since his daughter's death, saying they tried to stop her from going down the wrong path. abc's eva pilgrim is here with the story. " this morning, the father of murdered 13 year old nicole lovell speaking out for the first time ? since learning the details of his daughter's death. david lovell/father: i bet she fought like a wildcat. i mean she's my kid. two virginia tech students? 18 year old david eisenhauer? and 19 year old natalie keepers are
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to murder the 13 year old for weeks. grfx authorities say eisenhauer had an "inappropriate" relationship with her -- communicating with her on social media. lovell's father telling dr phil that her family tried to step in after finding out she was talking to older men online. david lovell/father: my daughter in ohio had dug around in nicole's instagram accounts and kik and so on and she screen shotted me a few of those. grfx abc news finding this screenshot of her kik account showing that around thanksgiving? she was chatting with a guy named david. dr. phil: they actually had some very vigorous and on point discussions about her social media activity in november and december leading up to this... they had taken her phone away from her because they felt like she was having inappropriate conversations...and of course now, like a father, he's just feeling like
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have done more. grfx one of lovell's friends telling abc news? she referred to eisenhauer as her boyfriend? authorities say - eisenhauer told them he saw her the night she disappeared, giving her a hug before going home. 4 days later, police finding the girl's body 80 miles from her home? about 2 miles from eisenhauer's grandparents home. david lovell/father: i would like to get locked up in the same cell with him. i'm pretty sure i could get answers out of him. he took my little girl." sabrina: both are still both virginia tech students are still behind bars... neither has entered a plea. both are expected back in court at the end of march. sabrina: we turn now to the massive earthquake this shook taiwan over the weekend. sabrina: an eight year old girl has been pulled from a toppled building in southern taiwan. after being trapped for over 60 hours after the six point four magnitude quake rocked the region. over 500 people are still missing. at least 40 people have died in the quake. authorities have ordered an investigation -- after it was discovered that tin cans were built into the walls.
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still to come on local 5 news midday... (weather) sam has the details in central iowa's most accurate forecast next.
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most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: high winds and cold air are driving the forecast through today, and there won't be much change going into the future. the snow has finally come to an end across the state, and even though accumulations were very minimal with most places receiving under an inch, blizzard conditions and hazardous travel were widespread. some left over drifting will likely still impact roads since the strong winds will stay in place and that light snow hasn't been able to settle very easily. today will be very cloudy with highs in the mid to upper teens
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day. overnight tonight we'll see a lot less cloud cover and wind leading us to a very chilly night with lows dropping into the low single digits. wednesday there is a quick clipper that will swing through the state in the morning and early afternoon that should give us a light snow with totals ranging from a couple tenths to about 2 inches. we're still cold the rest of the week but we will warm back to the 20s by thursday and friday. valentines day as of now still looks to be fairly cold with snow possible, but luckily next week we are still expecting a warming trend. sam:
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local five news midday. a rocky ride on the open seas. why one cruise ship had to return to port partway through its journey. that's next.
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local 5 news midday innow to the latest on that royal caribbean cruise after getting caught in hurrican force winds, it's heading back to new jersey this morning, abc's linsey davis is in new jersey with the latest. " nats woah, look at this! take a look at what these cruise ship passengers endured... rough seas ultimately causing the royal caribbean cruise ship to turn around. this morning, the ship on its way back to new jersey after hurricane force winds?gusting over 100 mph and 30-40 foot waves prevented it from making it to its final destination of the bahamas. jared
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back and forth and tipping sided to side and cabinets were slamming open? nats crashing furniture passengers using cell phones to capture scenes that looked like they were right out of the titanic-- flying furniture and shattered glass as massive waves pounded the anthem of the seas as it moved right into a rough storm off the carolina coast not long after leaving new jersey over the weekend. nats waves grfx the captain ordering the 4500 passengers and 1600 crew members to stay in their rooms for hours. greg cribbs/passenger the amount of things were shifting around our room was a little frightening. four passengers suffering minor injuries. now some on board blaming the captain. pete aloupis/passenger i'm really concerned about the captain's judgment in this situation...i really resent the fact that he put 6000 people's
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into a storm that was predicted. grfx royal caribbean apologized to passengers in a statement monday ...adding, "while the weather was unpleasant, the ship remained seaworthy at all times?we?thank the captain and crew for guiding the ship safely back to better weather." sabrina: we'll be right back with one final look at your weather. you're watching local 5 news
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