todd we go behind the scenes of : hy-vee tonight. todd magel, kcci eight news, iowa news leader. a popular, downtown des moines store is landing a news not in west des moines. the business record reports west into architectural salvage will open a new store in the town center. the salvage sells old items and re-purposed custom made furniture. the company has its own tv show on the diy network. next at 5:00, state wrestling. we are live at wells fargo arena with 1a and 3a action from today's individual match-ups. steve: plus historic visit. , the 2 things president obama hopes to accomplish during his trip to cuba. why news of his travels is not sitting well with some americans. but first, aixaternet speed from centurylink, a family of four can all be online at the same time, streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. yeah, the internet's great, but i think hair and makeup went a little too far. yeah, that's not working. i much prefer the two-day beard, horn-rimmed glasses, just-slept-in-his-car kinda thing. yeah, i miss the rumpled crazy uncle look. okay. be "paul giamatti." that'
todd magel with the hillary clinton campaign at the olmstead center. todd: they just opened the doors to the hillary victory party here on the second floor. we are going to kind of show you the crowd that is just coming in alter our right, your left. those are all network correspondents from abc, fox and nbc, and cnn. there are probably doesn't fall from iowa stations and other stations across the country. the feeling here is one of excitement. the phone to came at the door were cheering when they walked in. even though they were very close, they feel that they may have a real victory party here tonight. we talked to some of the clinton they said she is at a des moines hotel, watching these results go in. as soon as they have a fairly competent feeling about where these numbers are, she will come over to drake university and either accept a victory or talk about defeat. eight years ago, it was a tough defeat. this year, they change their game and hope they have the kind of support. we are in a holding pattern here with the folks who have come in. we wi
steve: todd magel is live at the olmsted center. todd: steve and stacey, 8 years ago hillary clinton lost the iowa caucuses. she came in third place behind barack obama and john edwards. , -- to turn that third-place locked into a first-place win. no major campaign stops. she stopped by her campaign office to hand out cookies to campaign workers and volunteers who've been on the job for months and even years in some cases. we also had a chance to talk one on one with her national campaign manager, robby mook. he says clinton changed her ground game this time around in iowa and he's sure it will pay , off tonight. mr. mook: hillary made very clear to us at the beginning of the campaign that she wanted plenty of time in her schedule to really listen, to take the time to build relationships with people, and to produce policies to what she heard here on the ground in iowa. todd: we'll find out if that pays off a bit later tonight. certainly after 7:00. iowa. clinton and bernie sanders are neck and neck in the polls. laura terrell is liv
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