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joining us! sabrina: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows
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clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sabrina: let's get into the top five this morning.... sabrina: more than half a dozen people took the stand inside the winneshiek county courtroom wednesday to shed more light on what happened after emily fazzino was found dead inside her family's home four years ago. among them, her friend and nanny for the family....who described a
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between the deceased's addiction and alexander fazzino's controlling nature. more testimony today will come from a d-c-i agents and emily's aunt and sister. sabrina: in the number two spot this morning... sabrina: the storm system that brought deadly tornadoes across the gulf coast on tuesday....wreak ed even more damage along the east coast wednesday. possible tornadoes touched down in north carolina and virginia, destroying homes and leaving three more dead. a curfew was put into effect as road crews worked to clear the roads for first responders. sabrina: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... sabrina: the investigation of child abuse allegations at an iowa boarding school has the attention of iowa lawmakers... the house government oversight committee is asking how this school was able to operate without any state oversight. administrators from the department of education, human services, and state's attorney's office will be looking into exactly what happened sabrina: number four... sabrina: as the war of words continues
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nominee to number four... sabrina: as the war of words continues over who should come up with a nominee to replace the late supreme court justice antonin scalia...presiden t obama may be looking to republican possibilities. current nevada governor brian sandoval is being vetted by the white house. his is considered a moderate home state. sabrina: and finally in the top five... sabrina: roosevelt high school has taken students of any feel safe. the metro school has opened up two of its restrooms, that were for staff use, to be used as "all-gender restrooms." the change follows a student petition that went to school leaders. no one is required to use them, but are available for students. sabrina: new this morning...des moines police formally charge a man with a double homicide from last year... sabrina: last night investigators arrested a man in connection with the november deaths of amy and amber fraaken. following an interfiew with police, officers charged 47-
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two counts of first degree murder. on november 22nd, his wife and daughter were found shot to death inside of a home on hull avenue. fraaken was taken to a hospital for self-inflicted injuries...and was released from medical care yesterday. police believe the shooting may have been related to a domestic conflict. sabrina: local five is also following the latest on tuesday's shooting in a metro school parking lot. sabrina: authorities believe the man who ended up being shot....may have been waiting to buy drugs when it happened... tuesday 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 leg, there's no update on his condition. sabrina: authorities warn of a scam targeting retail clerks in central iowa.... the scam uses claims of an audit from the corporate office. they tell the
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their register, and then wire the money to them. to make it sound legitamite....the scammer claims to be watching 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. sabrina: and for those getting ready to begin their morning commute...look for additional patrols along interstate 235.... iowa law enforcement plan to increase their presence along the roadway...paying close attention to speed enforcement. it's part of an effort by by the central iowa traffic safety task force. sabrina: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs)
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weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and
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now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sabrina: with approval in place, iowans are just over a month away from the medicaid change over... sabrina: - on cam with one in five iowans using medicaid, there have been plenty of concerns...such will be covered. yesterday, a a senate met about preparing a bill new privatized the idea is to ensure the money that's program beneficiaries would stay that way. sabrina: but that wasn't the only action regarding the medicaid change... former governor chet culver organized a "medicaid rally" at the capitol... he's been holding
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this medicaid change-over for the last few weeks.... chet culver, former iowa governor: "my concern is that the first thing that we're going to do under the new program is give 14 percent of that money to three private out of state companies instead of to the beneficiaries." there has been some speculation he may be gearing up for another run at state office....but culver says he has no plans to run for office, at either the iowa or national level. for now, he's content to advocate for those with disabilities. sabrina at ((time check)) we'll take a short break with lots more good morning iowa sitll ahead... coming up....we'll introduce you to a pint-sized fighter, looking for any challengers. sabrina: but first...for those traveling into polk county...be safe this morning... the sheriff's office has automated traffic enforcement vehicles at two locations.... one at the ...56- hundred block of northeast third street and a second at the ...39-hundred block of northeast 108th street in mitchellville... so take care on the roads today... sabrina let's also get a
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traffic... this is i-235 at valley west... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this! "your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with
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"your wathcing good morning iowa in hd with elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sabrina: we've been mentioning those storm systems that have been ripping their way from the gulf
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this is a time lapse of some of the fast moving clouds as they moved over north carolina this week... while an interesting sight...the clouds can bring some dangerous conditions with their movement, sabrina: elias: (anchor toss to wx) sam: adlib toss. sam: weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later
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the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sabrina sabrina when you think of boxing ...big, muscly, tough
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mind...and not young girls! but, michelle charlesworth shows us that the smallest fighter may be the hardest working one in the sport....and her biggest opponent. charlesworth has the in new jersey who
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sabrina we have lots more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan with tech bytes. techbytes apple security in today's "techbytes," apple said to be working on an upgrade for security. >> reports say the company is developing ways that would make it impossible for the government to hack into a locked iphone using current method. >> reporter: such a move could set the stage for more legal battles in the future it looks like siri could be sooning to your mac.
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will unveil the new feature in june. >> siri has been ruledolled out for all of apple's devices. uber has launched a motorcycle service. a chance to select a two-wheel vehicle to ride on. >> the new program currently available only in thailand. despite a helmet requirement will likely never be available in the u.s. or, we hope so at some point. >> he looks happy about it. safety first. and those are your "techbytes." my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms.
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and the majority were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection.
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because with humira clearer skin is possible."now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam weatherrate the
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sam weather adlib: put script here in green february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to
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wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sam toss back.
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toss back. sabrina well time now for another short break... but when we come back... it seems johnson and johnson may be cutting a big check over a lawsuit... ...but first here's what happened last night on jimmy kimmel live.
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." sabrina on your money now sabrina a missouri jury has ordered johnson and johnson to pay 72 million dollars in damages in a lawsuit over its talcum powder. the suit alleges a woman died of varian cancer caused by the company's product. plaintiffs in the case argued that johnson and johnson was aware of and neglected the dangers its talcum powder presented. the company is appealing the ruling - which represents the first award of damages by a u-s jury over similar claims. sabrina: and it's a question you've probably never pondered. how much would
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everything offered on amazon? the answer: nearly 12-point- 86 billion dollars. that's according to a computer scientist in zurich...who started the calculation by determining there were 479 million different items available on amazon's website in 2015. sabrina let's talk girl power. there's a new line of action figures -- and it's all girl superheroes. mary moloney explains when the new merch soars into stores. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (friend): "to be a super hero you need a crime. there's a car chase on the 112 freeway." (supergirl): "i can do a car chase." supergirl and her super friends will have a new life -- in target stores.. it's part of the d-c super hero girls line. featuring action figures and clothes. and you guessed it -- all the characters have girl power. fans will be able to see familiar faces like poison ivy -- batgirl -- and wonder woman. (wonder woman): "well, i don't think you've
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the focus on women comes after the new star wars action figure line -- famously did not feature any females. even though the main character of star wars the force awakens is rey -- a woman. the new class of superheroes will be soaring into stores next month sabrina that's a look at your money this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first...a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning
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"you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning
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sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. sabrina: weather is always first on good morning iowa... in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: february gave us a sam weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is
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well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sabrina: our tops story....another day of testimony ahead in the fazzino trial.. sabrina: more than half a dozen people took the stand inside the winneshiek county courtroom wednesday... witnesses shedding more light on what happened after emily fazzino was found dead inside her family's home four years ago. her husband,
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her husband, alexander now on trial for her death. among those testifying, her friend and nanny for the family....who described a rocky relationship between the deceased's addiction and alexander fazzino's controlling nature. ""i asked emily two 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." " sabrina: even more testimony is expected today...and local five's claire powell will be inside the courtroom following the proceedings. she has a look at who is sheduled to take the stand today...
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winneshiek co enters day three. with already, more are stand including emily fazzino's aunt and sister are expected to take the stand. we'll have more coverage as this mornings trial gets underway. from winneshiek county, claire powell local 5 sabrina: now the judge has said this long as three weeks... local five will be the proceeding from the courtroom and bring it to you at we are iowa dot com sabrina: over to the statehouse...whe re lawmakers serious allegations inside an southeast iowa school. sabrina: of child abuse allegations at has state questioning oversight... school for troubled teens is located in keokuk...and was raided by authorities back in january... the house oversight asking how this to operate
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"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. " sabrina: 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. sabrina: a deadly storm that brought tornadoes to mississippi -- louisiana -- and florida on tuesday -- wreaked havoc along the east coast wednesday... the storm mangled buildings and took even more lives. at least seven people are dead from the system and hundreds of thousands of others are without power. mary moloney has more.. " --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nats) destruction marks the path of the storm. near waverly virginia -- a laundromat leveled. washers and dryers now among down trees and wires. (witness): "from all the power lines falling down, it was like a big ball of fire and all the debris kicking up coming directly towards me and my uncle."
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cars -- helpless as the storm struck. (witness): "it was scary, my truck went up in the air. the glass started caving in on me. i saw everything coming in off the roof this wasn't it.'" do was pray and pray and pray and the wind car up and dropped us down and all i could do was tell my uncle i loved him and pray." a mobile home used to sit here. concrete base holding the steps. witnesses say the storm threw it across the street. at the time -- police say two men and a two- their bodies found hundreds of feet away. (witness): "i lost a good friend in the storm." the storm continues to move -- with even more in its path. (nats) as a separate system dumps snow in the midwest. the combined storms thousands of people without power and forced thousands of flights to be canceled. i'm mary moloney reporting. "
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we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows
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clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can after. the actions of a
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school are getting some attention sabrina: roosevelt high school has taken a step toward making students of any gender identity feel safe.....by opening two of its restrooms that were used by staff...to now being " all- gender" restrooms. the change comes after a student created a petiton...and took it to school leaders the principal says he knows there are at least ten students currently at the high school that identify as transgender... the student that lead the push for change says she started her misson after seeing another student struggle. i was using the 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.
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only the sign will change...and no one is required to use them... the school adds they have no plan to change the way their lockerooms are set up. sabrina: we want to know if you think gender neautral bathrooms are a good idea in schools? let us know for a chance to see your comments on-air. you can post you thoughts on twitter and facebook. or send us an email or give us a call . we'd love to hear what you think! the contact information is on your screen. sabrina at ((time check)) we'll take a quick break here on good morning iowa... coming up we'll sunday's oscar ceremonies... sabrina: go...as you get your day...be go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have locations... 18-hundred block avenue - southbound another at the seven-hundred block of m-l-k parkway - southbound and the third at the 45-hundred block of beaver...also southbound. so use caution while driving.. sabrina
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it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this! "your wathcing good
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elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good
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sam: weather adlib: february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows friday will start with through the our highs to climb into saturday still looks amazing with a breeze and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as front will come letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and should stay up north. system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can melt it back down soon after. sabrina we have more good morning iowa coming up right after the break... "good morning america
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"you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." sabrina with the oscars quickly approaching... the world will be watching host -- chris rock -- and how he handles the growing "diversity controversy." the comedian has remained very quiet about what we can expect from his performance sunday... while many actors have been speaking out. abc's brandi hitt has more from hollywood. " script: ((abc music - red carpet)) the buzz surrounding this year's oscars... isn't just about who's walking the red carpet... it's also about -- who's not. sot -- jada pinkett smith, actress sot -- spike lee, film director ((animated graphic)) for a second year in a row... all 20 of the nominees in the acting categories... are white. re-sparking the twitter hashtag -- "oscars so white"... nats -- (protests) leading to protests... and boycotts.
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of no nation") "beasts of no nation's" -- idris elba -- was passed over for an oscar nod... only to be nominated -- and win -- a screen actor's guild award... weeks later on t-n-t. sot -- idris elba, actor sot -- david blaustein, abc newsradio entertainment correspondent & movie critic ((animated graphics)) the academy has now put forth new initiatives? to double the number of women and minority voters by 2020... and increase diversity on the academy's board of governors. sot -- will smith, actor in fact... a new university of southern california study on "diversity" - looking at 2014 and 2015 -- gives failing grades to every hollywood movie studio and most t-v makers. sot -- dr. stacy l. smith, usc researcher all eyes are now on this year's oscar host -- chris rock? ((graphic)) who told essence magazine in its march issue -- "black women get paid less than everybody in hollywood. everybody's talking about jennifer lawrence. talk to gabrielle union." sot -- david blaustein, abc newsradio entertainment correspondent & movie critic
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producer says chris rock threw out his original monologue... and has completely re-written it... to include the diversity controversy. brandi hitt -- abc news -- hollywood." sabrina: of course, if you plan to watch the academy awards...you can do it right here on local five, the awards ceremony will air this sunday. and we'll have a recap of the night's winners the next morning right here on good morning iowa. all: (reax)
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elias: time for another short break...but before we go let's get a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at west mixmaster [current conditions] sam says ??? central iowa's most accurate good morning
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full
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well since our cold through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and wednesday that as of pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do see snow hopefully we can after. sam
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sabrina elias: a final look at the top five... all the news you need to know before you head out the door... right after this.
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let's get a final look at your top five.... sabrina: more than half a dozen people took the stand inside the winneshiek
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wednesday to shed more light on what happened after emily fazzino was found dead inside her family's home four years ago. among them, her friend and nanny for the family....who described a rocky relationship between the deceased's addiction and alexander fazzino's controlling nature. more testimony today will come from a d-c-i agents and emily's aunt and sister. sabrina: elias: in the number two spot this in the number two spot this morning... sabrina: the storm system that brought deadly tornadoes across the gulf coast on tuesday....wreak ed even more damage along the east coast wednesday. possible tornadoes touched down in north carolina and virginia, destroying homes and leaving three more dead. a curfew was put into effect as road crews worked to clear the roads for first responders. sabrina: elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... sabrina: the investigation of child abuse allegations at an iowa boarding school has the attention of iowa lawmakers... the house government oversight committee is asking how this school was able to operate without any
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from the department of education, human services, and state's attorney's office will be looking into exactly what happened sabrina: elias: number four... sabrina: as the war of words continues over who should come up with a nominee to replace the late supreme court justice antonin scalia...presiden t obama may be looking to republican possibilities. current nevada governor brian sandoval is being vetted by the white house. his is considered a moderate republican in his home state. sabrina: elias: and finally... you'll want to know about this story in the big five... sabrina: roosevelt high school has taken steps to make students of any gender identity feel safe. the metro school has opened up two of its restrooms, that were for staff use, to be used as "all-gender restrooms." the change follows a student petition that went to school leaders. no one is required to use them, but are available for students. sabrina elias: sam is in with a final look at central iowa's most accurate
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sam final weather adlib february gave us a reminder it's not ready to quit yet these last couple days, but don't worry because a much warmer trend is only a day away now. we're going to be overcast again today with highs climbing into the upper 30s and a strong wind out of the northwest making it feel colder than it will actually be. tonight we're going to see generally less cloud cover with lows falling into the mid 20s. friday will start with clouds but we should see sunshine open up through the afternoon allowing our highs to climb into the upper 40s. saturday still looks amazing with a breeze out of the southwest and highs climbing into the low 60s under full sunshine! sunday is looking fairly nice as well since our cold front will come through a bit later letting our highs stay in the upper 50s and the accompanying rain should stay up north. there is a big storm system we're going to need an eye on coming next tuesday and weesday that aof now looks to pack a pretty good amount of rain with snow possible. a warmer trend back into the 40s looks to follow that system so if we do s america this morning. good morning, america. state of emergency. 53 tornadoes touch down from texas to virginia.
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outbreak rips apart homes. winds hit 83 miles an hour and a coast guard ship overturns trying to rescue a fishing boat. and a blizzard slams the midwest overnigh last chance, marco rubio and ted cruz fighting to stop donald trump's momentum ahead of tonight's big debate. >> if the donald wins the general election, who the heck knows what he'd do as president. >> as mitt romney goes after trump hinting a bombshell may be coming. about the gop frontrunner's taxes. abc news exclusive, david muir one-on-one with tim cook, the apple ceo answs questions for the first time about why he won't help the fbi break into the san bernardino shoer's phone. >> this case is not about the phone. this case is about the future. >> his message for victims' families and this morning, new reports isis supporters may be threating facebook's mark zuckerberg. ancharge. the elephants caught on camera heading straight for a u.s. senator.

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