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the fazzino murder trial. the surprising insight into the couple's relationship before emily was found dead. local 5 news at 10 starts in 30
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"you're waaccurate weather team and we start with your forecast first." brad/wx wall weather adlib: we have had a lot of clouds around this week, but sunnier and warmer days are coming! we will still have to deal with clouds tonight and part of tomorrow through. look for mostly cloudy skies again tonight with a few snow showers out west early on and some flurries possible here later. temperatures will fall back into the 20s, but the winds will still be pretty strong, so it will feel like the 10s. thursday will be a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but those nw winds will still keep our temps down a bit again with highs in the mid 30s expected. friday is when things start to really turn around in our favor with more sunshine expected by the afternoon hours here along with some milder 40s for highs. it only gets better from there with saturday being the pick of the week! it looks like we will start off cool saturday morning, but then have a sunny day
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weather will continue into sunday morning, but a cool front will hold us back in the afternoon, so highs will be back in the 50s, which is still real nice! stephanie/2shot more than half a dozen people took the stand of the fazzino murder trial. good evening. i'm stephanie angleson. jack/2shot and i'm jack miller. tonight, the jury has had its first look inside difficult before emily's death. local 5 is case that started back in stephanie: alexander accused of drowning his wife, emily fazzino, in the family's bath tub while their children were home. the trial has been delayed five times since then. jack: local 5's claire powell continues our coverage of the trail from decorah in tonight's big story. day two of the fazzino trial started bright and early. with the state prosecution showing two lengthy demonstrations and calling seven witnesses to the stand. more ems and police highlighted their efforts to save emily fazzino that january night- in cpr demonstrations and bath tub recreations.
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2012 search warrant- where they discovered a packed back pack full of the clothes alex wore that night, emily's jewelry, a 250 thousand dollar life insurance policy and divorce papers-- filed just six days before her death. but the most compelling testimony of all came last. the family's nanny for nearly a year- gave an inside look at what she called a "rocky relationship" through emily's known addiction to medication and fazzino's "controlling nature" questions, one if she was afraid of alex- what'd she say? -yes. then i asked her a second, i asked if she thought alex would harm or even kill her...... she nodded her head yes." with ten witnesses down in this trial, more are expected tomorrow- including key d-c-i agent, emily fazzino's sister and aunt and the life insurance company. we'll have continuing coverage as it gets
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winneshiek county, claire powell, local 5 news we are iowa jack: local 5 will be covering this trial until the end. for the latest from the courtroom, visit our website, that's we are iowa dot com. stephanie: governor terry branstad's plan to privatize iowa's medicaid has been aproved. the new roll out date is april first. there were those who celebrated that announcement. but tonight, there are still great concerns over what this means for iowans who rely on this coverage.... local five's jacob peklo joins us now with more as our countdown to coverage continues. jacob? jacob: stephanie, one in every five iowans uses medicaid. now that they know this plan is moving forward, the concern now is where they will be covered. hundreds go out of state for services and treatments at specialty clinics like mayo. now, they're worried if they can't see the doctors they want... it could put a major strain on the system. reyma mccoy mcdeid,
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disabilities feel like their voice has not been heard." a normal subcommittee hearing felt so much bigger than that, with 20 people testifying...and a packed house of people hoping for an oversight bill to carefully monitor the new system. emma schmit, rockwell city resident: "i'm concerned for my friends and my family that are on medicaid too. i think something needs to be done, i think this is wrong and i want to be involved." carla dempsey, mason city resident: "there is so much at stake here. it just brings tears to my eyes, honestly, what our children, particularly our young children are losing out on." tuesday's announcement that the governor's plan to privatize medicaid and medicare services was approved by the feds isn't sitting well for many iowans. the fight to preserve the current system has even caught the attention of former governor chet culver, who'd been living a quiet life since leaving office. chet culver, former iowa governor: "i love the people of iowa and just want to get involved and provide a forum for people with disabilities." while branstad says privatizing will create greater efficiencies, culver wants to ensure the programs don't lose their effectiveness. some say if the option to go out of state
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lists at iowa clinics could become months or even years long. carla dempsey, mason city resident: "these kids can't wait that long. they can't wait." and while the topic is still boiling over, advocates of the old way say they're working to restore order. natural sound: "without us!" but until then.... reyma mccoy mcdeid, des moines resident: "my goal right now is to support the clients that i work with, to help them handle this transition with as much dignity as possible." jacob: advocates of the old system say they're not giving up, but are moving on to phase two. they did say they'll have to fight for changes in future legislative sessions. live in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. jack: lawmakers are also looking into serious allegations inside an southeast iowa school. jack: an investigation into child abuse allegations has caught the eye of state lawmakers. the case involves midwest academy -- an iowa boarding school for troubled teens in keokuk. the house
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committee is asking how this school was able to operate without any state oversight. "in the past, often when there is an investigation going on, there are sometimes we can't talk to who we want to because they are under investigation by other authorities and so we get what we can take and try to put it together through that. " jack: administrators from the department of education, human services, and the state's attorney's office will go before the committee in the coming weeks to look at exactly what happened. stephanie: new details about a shooting in a metro school parking lot last night. stephanie: turns out the man who was shot, was waiting to buy drugs when it happened. just before 9 o'clock last night, police found 18-year- old darrius colter shot outside of park avenue elementary . during their investigation, they also found a revolver and shell casings near the school. police are still looking for who was responsible. colter was shot in the upper thigh, there's no update on his condition tonight. jack: here's a scam
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clerks in central iowa. the scammer calls in, pretening to represent the corportate office. saying it's about an audit. the scammer tells them to close up shop, empty the cash register, and then wire the money to them. to make the call seem more legitiment, the scammer says he's monitoring the clerk through the security cameras. indianoloa police say the scam is happening in west des moines as well. anyone who thinks they've been targeted should contact police. stephanie: a lot of eyes on a des moines as it shakes things up to make students of any gender identity feel safe... roosevelt high school is opening up two of its restrooms that used to be staff only as " restrooms. the change student created a petiton...and took it to school leaders says he knows there are students high school that transgender... lead the push she started her misson after seeing another struggle.
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restroom rone day, and a student who identifies as a male, he was using the womans restroom because for some reason he didn't feel safe using a restroom intended for the gender he identified with, i don't think thats right. stephanie: all that's going to be changing at the school physically is a new sign on those single stall bathrooms... no one is required to use them... they're just available for anyone if that's what they'd like... the school says at this point they have no plan to their set up. stephanie: if you think gender neautral gender neautral good idea in schools? your comments on-air. you can post facebook. or send us an call . we'd love to hear what you think! the contact your screen. commuters--
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we got word about a big checkpoint for speeders happening on i- 235 tomorrow. stephanie: now police don't usually tell us where or when exactly, but we know it is along i-235 in the metro. you'll see more patrol officers than usual, keeping an eye on speeders. it's part of an effort by by the central iowa traffic safety task force. jack: coming up on local 5 news at 10... senator chuck grassley uses a little history lesson to deflect criticism over his plan to block president obama's choice for the supreme court. stephanie: then--the hawks have won 16 games in a row at home, can they keep the streak alive tonight against wisconsin? jon has the highlights later in sports. brad: ((ad lib weather toss)) take sot tomorrow on good morning iowa... we'll check out the newest boxing
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newest boxing sensation... but, she may have a hard time finding some competition.,., this pint-sized fighter has a mean right-hook! and sam has a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's tomorrow on the all-new good morning iowa! "your watching local 5
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meteorologist brad edwards and local 5
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schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa." jack: the gulf coast was hit by dangerous weather overnight. more than a dozen twisters carved a path of destruction across parts of louisiana, mississippi and florida. at least three people were killed. some small towns are now rubble. stephanie: and now, a snow storm is shutting down parts of chicago. stephanie: there's blizzard and winter storm warnings around the windy city calling for up to a foot of heavy blowing snow. you're looking at chicago heights right now, where seven inches have fallen already today. many flights out of iowa to chicago were canceled due to the storm. stephanie: jack: brad brad: weather adlib: we have had a lot of clouds around this week, but sunnier and warmer days are coming! we will still have to deal with
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through. look for mostly cloudy skies again tonight with a few snow showers out west early on and some flurries possible here later. temperatures will fall back into the 20s, but the winds will still be pretty strong, so it will feel like the 10s. thursday will be a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but those nw winds will still keep our temps down a bit again with highs in the mid 30s expected. friday is when things start to really turn around in the afternoon hours here along with some milder 40s for highs. it only gets better from there with saturday being the pick of the week! it looks like we will start off cool saturday morning, but then have a sunny day with highs in the low 60s for central iowa while sw iowa may get close to 70! the warm weather will continue into sunday morning, but a cool front will hold us back in the afternoon, so highs will be back in the 50s, which is still real nice! there could be a few light rain showers sunday night in northern iowa, but not much is expected here. next week will start off nice monday, but rain and snow will be more likely tuesday as march may be coming in like a lion! right now, i think we will see mostly rain in the metro, but some locations to our
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with this system. we will watch it closely! brad stephanie: jack: have to deal with clouds tonight and part of tomorrow through. look for mostly cloudy skies again tonight with a few snow showers out west early on and some flurries possible here later. temperatures will fall back into the 20s, but the winds will still be pretty strong, so it will feel like the 10s. thursday will be a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but those nw winds will still keep our temps down a bit again with highs in the mid 30s expected. friday is when things start to really turn around in our favor with more sunshine expected by the afternoon hours here along with some milder 40s for highs. it only gets better from there with saturday being the pick of the week! it looks like we will start off cool saturday morning, but then have a sunny day with highs in the low 60s for central iowa while sw iowa may get close to 70! the warm weather will continue into sunday morning, but a cool front will hold us back in the afternoon, so highs will be back in the 50s, which is still real nice! there could be a few light rain showers sunday night in northern iowa, but not much is expected here. next week will start off nice monday, but rain and snow will be
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march may be coming in like a lion! right now, i think we will see mostly rain in the metro, but some locations to our north could see more snow into wednesday with this system. we will watch it closely! brad stephanie: jack: have to deal with clouds tonight and part of tomorrow through. look for mostly cloudy skies again tonight with a few snow showers out west early on and some flurries possible here later. temperatures will fall back into the 20s, but the winds will still be pretty strong, so it will feel like the 10s. thursday will be a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but those nw winds will still keep our temps down a bit again with highs in the mid 30s expected. friday is when things start to really turn around in our favor with more sunshine expected by the afternoon hours here along with some milder 40s for highs. it only gets better from there with saturday being the pick of the week! it looks like we will start off cool saturday morning, but then have a sunny day with highs in the low 60s for central iowa while sw iowa may get close to 70! the warm weather will continue into sunday morning, but a cool front will hold us back in the afternoon, so highs will be back in the 50s, which is still real nice! there could be a few light rain showers sunday night in northern iowa, but not much is expected here. next week will start off nice monday, but rain and snow will be more likely tuesday as march may be coming in like a lion! right now, i
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coming up on local 5 news at ten, apple's ceo reveals why he wont help the feds open up a terrorist's i- phone. stephanie: but next, rumors of who the president will pick as supreme court justice antonin scalia's replacement surface. see who's being vetted after the break.
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supreme court replacement, despite republicans on the senate judiciary committee vowing to not hold a hearing until the next president is sworn in. as chairman of the committee, iowa senator
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facing criticism over this decision. tonight, he says history shows president obama shouldn't even present a nominee. people in abraham lincoln's time didn't have to have that concern, that they didn't hold it, is because the president had enough respect for the american people to wait for their decision. abraham lincoln, in a like situation, didn't nominate anyone until after he was re-elected. jack: senator grassley will be meeting with president obama, early next week. grassley says he , quote, "welcomes the opportunity" to explain his position to wait for the next president, before the supreme court justice is picked." jack: meanwhile, rumors that this man, brian sandoval, governor of nevada is being vetted as justice scalia's replacement. sandoval is a former federal judge... and is considered a moderate republican in his home state. stephanie: for the
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speaking out about the on going battle between his company and the fbi. a judge in california ordered apple to unlock san bernadino terrorist--syed farook's i-phone. apple has refused saying the data security of millions of law abiding people is at risk. attorney general loretta lynch... is urging apple to comply. " lynch: "judges all over the country and on the supreme court have said that those parties must assist if it is reasonably within their power to do so." " stephanie: tonight, apple explained his decision.. world news david muir. cook: "apple has cooperated with the f.b.i. fully in this case. asked us for all the information we had on this phone. and we gave everything that we had."" stephanie: despite rallies in support of apple.. a new pew poll finds.. 51 percent of americans believe that apple should unlock the phone. apple has until friday to file a response to the judge's order.
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the iowa hawkeyes back at home against wisconsin tonight needing a win. jon: yeah jack that's right-- it'd come down to the final minutes. coming up on local 5 sports see if the ugly trends stuck around or if iowa could give you a reason to celebrate next.
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with jon schaeffer. we are iowa sports" jon: welcome back-- iowa is trending in the wrong direction-- they've lost 2 of their last three. luckily they had a week to figure things out after losing to penn state as they welcome wisconsin to carver hawkeye arena tonight. we head to iowa city. mike gesell gets the ball rolling with a lay in high off the glass-- iowa up 2 early. jarrod uthoff with a three but he'd take a seat much of the first half in foul trouble 5-0 ethan happ now for wisconsin gets the hoop and the hack for a three point play. iowa giving wisconsin a dose of their own medicine underneat to woody-- easy roll there.7-3 khalil iverson the rebutle with a baseline jam-- wisconsin takes a one point lead. peter jok though feeling it in the first half-- he hits the three here... and iowa would go into halftime down one. out of the break iowa now up 4 make it six anthony
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jumper misses but nicholas baer there for the put back... but wisconsin rumbling back-- hill misses-- charlie thomas there for the put back and wisconsin within 3. now tied at 51 iverson maybe the dunk of the year-- sorry hawkeye fans the windmill-- wisconsin up 2. still down a couple-- peter jok finds his first two of the half-- with the long range jumper-- knotting it back up. iowa down one now and this is the dagger-- nigel hayes with too much space buries the three-- and wisconsin makes their free throws down the stretch... 67 to 59 the final iowa falls to wisconsin the hawkeyes need to find an answer soon or it could be ugly in march. uni hosting indiana state tonight at home first half paul jesperson opening with a three ball this one from nba range. now working it down low-- bennett koch with an open lane to the rim-- the two handed flush. half way through the first now-- jeremy morgan--
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jumper for a long two there. this one was pretty much over at half...wyatt lohaus the lefty lay in here-- and then wes washpun capping the first half off with a 3-- uni hit the break up 15. out of it more panthers. klint carlson the cut and the finish with a kiss off the window... panthers go on to win 66 to 44. in other mvc action. drake falls to missouri state 61 to 52 the final. drake now 1 and 16 in conference play. womens hoops isu hosting kstate jada buckley three puts isu up 4 in the first quarter. kidd blaskowsky adds to it with another triple-- finding the bottom of the bucket. but k state answers back shaelyn martin buries the trey and we're knotted at 17. second quarter not so pretty for the cyclones.. kindred wesemann the three isu with just six points in the second
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down 24 now-- bridget carlton trying to show a sign of life-- hits the three off the dribble. kansas state meanwhile running away with it-- sheble the lay in for the wildcats. meghan dine-- es with the three coming your way for the wildcats-- they keep stretching that lead. bill fennelly happy to get this one over and done with tonight. isu falls 68 to 53 the final and the iowa hawkeye women fall tonight on the road at penn state 81 to 68 it's been a rough last 5 games for the lady hawkeyes. to the ice-- the manitoba moose visiting the iowa wild tonight. this one with some bad blood early-- brett sutter fights jc lippon after a borderline hit-- sutter would win that fight. but manitoba on the ensuing power play would strike first blood-- tick tac toe-- petan to de leo-- to rafl for the 1-0 manitoba lead. later in the first-- another fight-- joe finley and rafl going at it-- they go down-- not done yet they're back up no harm done to either.
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period-- the outlet pass ahead to zach mitchell on the break away who goes five hole-- buiscuit in the basket-- 1-1 wild... and they'd go on to win 2-1 max fortunus nets the game winner. jon/3shot (wrap sports) stephanie: jack: we'll be right back... you're watching local
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and part of tomorrow through. look for mostly cloudy skies again tonight with a few snow showers out west early on and some flurries possible here later. temperatures will fall back into the 20s, but the winds will still be pretty strong, so it will feel like the 10s. thursday will be a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but those nw winds will still keep our temps down a bit again with highs in the mid 30s expected. friday is when things start to really turn around in our favor with more sunshine expected by the afternoon hours here along with some milder 40s for highs. it only gets better from there with saturday being the pick of the week! it looks like we will start off cool saturday morning, but then have a sunny day with highs in the low 60s for central iowa while sw iowa may get close to 70! the warm weather will continue
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but a cool front
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