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tv   Channel 13 News at 10  NBC  November 12, 2015 10:00pm-10:34pm CST

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downed trees... flipped trailers... and missing roofs... today revealed more of the damage left behind by the outbreak of november tornadoes. good evening. i'm dan winters... and i'm sonya heitshusen... the number of confirmed tornadoes is growing... the national weather service says at least five of them touched down. they targeted the cities you see here... in des moines it hit near the airport.. mangling a fence at the iowa air national guard base... a plane was also likely damaged when the wind blew a set of stairs across the tarmac. even bigger problems in barnes city... there... a farmer is still searching for his 50-year old barn... aaron brilbeck has the story. living in rural barnes city...andy mart has seen his share of storms over the years. but he had a feeling this one would be different. and he was right.
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"i heard the tornado come through here and i grabbed my girlfriend amalia and the dog we just rode out the storm. we could hear debris flying off the home."they could see it too "as we were running for the coming across the driveway and it drilled the window over here. and that's when we knew it was pretty serious and you can see it got the garage doors pretty good."when the rumbling stopped..mart came outside to assess the damage. "as i came out further i saw my tree being held by my barbed wire fence." that was bad. but not 50-year old two story barn that used to stand on feet from the house. and this is all that's left. all of the wood. the roof. wooden posts. everything...just gone. there really isn't much debris left. the tornado took it all. i found out here by the pond. and cinder blocks i found out here in the pasture. just picked them up and carried them." "mart says if he had been out in the fields, this barn is where he would have taken shelter. looking
10:02 pm's a good thing he didn't." "this would have been the ideal place to go. this is where i would have gone to be safe. this is where the cows bed down in here and sleep. i would have probably hid in this corner here. see that's the worst corner where the blocks all kinda caved in"looking at this damage...and what little is left of the barn...mart knows just how lucky he is. "we are very very very very lucky. we had someone up above watching us and keeping an eye on us so..."in barnes city aaron brilbeck channel 13 news. no one was hurt when the barnes city tornado touched down. mart says he plans to clean up what little debris is left after the storm this spring. the community with the most damage is knoxville an e-f-1 tornado brought 110-mile per hour winds, and left extensive damage to a residential neighborhood... 42:35-42:40 first i just opened
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the back door and my garage was gone so that was the first thing i noticed got last month was in it so i'll probably be looking for another car chris norman says the garage.. the new convertible inside will both be replaced... many of his neighbors are doing the same thing... the red cross is helping people find new places to stay until things are rebuilt or repaired. governor branstad toured knoxville today. he met with several people who suffered the most damage. a few people suffered minor injuries in the storm. one person was kept in the hospital overnight for observation. the storm led to a terrifying ride home from school in martensdale... one many parents aren't happy about... 054704 - lots of kids were crying because they were afraid we were gonna be in a tornado 200909 - the kids are not their children they are other peoples children and i think their safety needs to come first as the storm neared... 150 elementary and junior high students were let out of school early in order to beat the
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storm home... students not riding a bus were kept at the school until it passed. school administrators says they made the best decision they could.. and that the severe weather got worse after they started sending students home. volunteers from a west des moines church are helping to ease people's burdens... by getting rid of their storm debris. 30:35-30:43 this one's kind of a medium job... off people's roof and they're doing it free of charge... today volunteers from valley church went to work clearing downed limbs and removing damaged trees... the group helped a handful of homeowners today. they have a long list of people they plan to get to over the weekend. chief meteorologist ed wilson joins us... ed... you knowbn that's just one example of iowans putting on the work gloves and helping their neighbors. the people of stratford gathered tonight to reflect... a decade
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large tornado tore through town. channel 13's mike dasilva has the story... 17:16:39--42 "looked like a war zone, disaster area.' ten years to the day the tornado wreaked havoc on straftord, doug anderson remembers the damage the twister caused... 17:16:29--36 'many of the other homes had roof damage, and siding damage, and of course trees and limbs were strewn all over.' the tornado destroyed nearly two
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another 30-40 homes. tonight at the school cafeteria, folks looked at images that captured just how devastating the tornado was. it caused multiple injuries and claimed one life. the then 84 year-old lucille runyan had gotten to what she thought was a safe place, but that wasn't enough on that fateful her son explained.
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tornado hit. firefighters say they're now battle tested... and prepared for any future emergencies. dozens of iowa farmers say the next emergency could be an oil spill.... it... they turned out today in pipeline... the hearing... why just as many some landowners may not have a choice. its a first trip to the dome... and norwalk is making the most of it... who they'll play for a state title coming up in sports. he hit the belt buckle anybody have a knife, want to try it on me? donald trump is back in iowa... and looking for someone to stab him... how he's attacking another candidate by sarcastically encouraging an
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ben carson and donald trump are tied at the top of the polls in iowa... and trump wants the position all to himself. trump campaigned in fort dodge today... and he took aim at carson... saying his claims of attempting to stab a friend as a child are bogus... but he took the knife and went like this and he plunged it into the belt and amazing the belt stayed totally flat and the knife broke. how stupid are the people of iowa. how stupid are the people of the country to believe
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this crap trump spoke for about an hour to a standing room only crowd at iowa central community college. during the event he called on some of the lower-polling candidates like george pataki and lindsey graham to drop out of the race. carly fiorina made a pair of stops in iowa... she started the day in onawa.. and then hosted a town hall meeting in harlan... during the meeting fiorina focused her attack on hillary clinton... saying she has a history of failing to tell the truth... presidential candidate nothing is going to stick to hillary clinton until we have a nominee who will stick it to her.--butted to-- i was the first one to say that hillary clinton lied. hillary clinton lied about benghazi. she lied about her server. she lied about her e-mails. she has blood on her hands. the f-b-i isn't saying clinton lied... but they are expanding their investigation server while secretary of state... according to politico the f-b-i has interviewed former state department officials about the e-mail
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content of clinton aides. the f-b-i is trying to find out if classified information was sent through e- mail.. and if the system was ever hacked. kentucky senator rand paul is also in iowa.. this afternoon he sat down with channel 13 political director dave price... paul says he's against the possible use of eminent domain to build an oil pipeline across iowa. 21:15-21:45 when you hear eminent domain.... should have to pay what the market demands the fight over the bakken pipeline played out today at the boone county fairgrounds...
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the iowa utilities board heard from those for and against it. the pipeline would run 350-miles across the state... the iowa utlities board is deciding if the developer... dakota access can use eminent domain to seize land when the owners refuse to sell... 01:50:06-01:50:14 what should not be condoned is... it is not a public utility 02:07:35-02:07:45 how can iub board live with the decision that will cause so much harm and damge to the iowa farmlands reject the pipeline proposal thank you 02:11:12- 02:11:27 iowa is in the business ... could potentially be harmful more than 100-people spoke out against the pipeline... an equal number did the same in support of it... 02:13:05-02:13:17 we are relying on petroleum
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imports each day 01:51:43-01:51:51 its going to create 4000 jobs for workers here in iowa, jobs that pay well, jobs that have health insurance 02:054:59-02:05:09 allowing this pipeline... decent jobs are very badly needed in this country the iowa utilities board will hold a cross examination hearing on needed in this country the iowa utilities board will hearing on november 16th. there is no time-frame on when the iowa utilities board will make a decision. state football kicks off in
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jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working.
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1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the
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i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in student loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university. and you ought to be able to refinance student debt. and i don't believe the federal government should be making a profit off of lending to young people who are borrowing to be able to get their education. we have got to make college affordable.
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on a rematch collision course. first, both have to win their semifinals. norwalk warriors in the dome for the first time. same deal for sergeant bluff luton. all warriors. brady brandsfield ushing td 7-0 norwalk. 4th down and goal... reverse and coby klocko touchdown 14-0.
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everytime luton moved the ball... this happens... fumble recovery by christopher bowles. that leads to more points. brandsfield threads the need to tyler schamel 28-7. norwalk will play for the championship. warriors win 35-7. they make a statement during the game, and after. "day with each other" :15 logan foetisch/norwalk senior 00-05 tyler schamel/norwalk senior 09-14 so will norwalk get its rematch with the defending champs from pella? west delaware throws deep on pella early, picked by pella's nick finney. pella quarterback noah clayberg doesn't waste any time. sweet
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touchdown pass to will warner. clayberg threw for 3 touchdowns in the quarterfinals, and ran for another four. here clayberg churns out another one. barrelling over dudes. dragged down by his pants. pella 31 west delaware 14 an hour away in cedar rapids, another defending champ shows up strong: ankeny centennial. centennial far court, hempstead near court. and centennials ari winters blocks! the jaguars in control. moments later, winters again. the freshman drops the hammer on hempstead. jaguars return to the title game, 3 games to none. no time to rest. centennial defends its title tomorrow morning against the bettendorf bulldogs. class 3a, it's an all local showdown between carroll kuemper and nevada. nevada won the first set 25-20.
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kati cassbaum answers- she's one of two cubs with 13 advantage. then erin francis - the other cub with 13 kills, blocks it here. - nevada sweeps its way into the championship match. the cubs play west liberty. colin cowherd says kirk ferentz picks up the phone and schedules cream puffs. ferentz told me it's too bad some people throw things out there without knowing the facts. and with that, here's michael admire. before we see who wins saturday's football game at
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we'll outdoor wrestling. the mat is rolled out onto the kinnick stadium turf. iowa will wrestle against #1 ranked oklahoma state and shatter the ncaa attendance record. 35 thousand plus expected. it won't be the usual 72 degrees inside carver-hawkeye arena, but tom brands isn't sweating. what a doubleheader. the
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wrestling, then minnesota and iowa play football. #18 iowa state wrestled tonight, and wrestled well. the cyclones stomed midland, 51- zero. and then in the match you see here, isu humbled boise state, 34 to 3.
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if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
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