Des Moines 17th homicide and Matt Campbell as ISU head coach in today's Top 5

Top 5 includes Iowa in the Big Ten Championship

By Luther Johnson |

Published 11/30 2015 07:14AM

Updated 11/30 2015 07:14AM

A Sunday morning shooting leads to Des Moines's 17th homicide, the accused gunman from Friday's deadly shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood heads to court, bad weather causes travel problems in three states, Iowa remains undefeated heading into post season play, and Iowa State has made a deal for a new head football coach.
Des Moines police are investigating the city's 17th homicide of the year.
Around 1:30 Sunday morning they found two men lying in the street at the intersection of Third and Court.
21-year-old Edmanuel Perez died after being shot, while Andrew Hurley-Boyd is now in the hospital. 
We expect to get more details from police today.
The accused gunman who went on a deadly shooting rampage at a Colorado Planned Parenthood Friday will be in court today.
The shooting incident left three dead, including a police officer, and nine others wounded.
Police have described the suspect as a classic lone wolf type, who surrendered to police after a six-hour standoff.
The trip home from Thanksgiving proved to be hazardous Sunday for those in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
Flooding, wintry precipitation, and icy conditions have lead to seven deaths, wide-spread power outages, and nearly 200 car accidents.
In some areas, law enforcement have encouraged people to stay at home until roads are safer.
The Iowa Hawkeyes end their season unbeaten, earning them a spot in the Big Ten Championship Saturday.
A win over Nebraska in the Heroes Game brings them to 12-0.
Their next opponent will be Michigan State, making it also a top five matchup for the Big Ten Title.
Big news out of Ames, as Iowa State has made a deal for their new head football coach.
The Cyclones will soon be lead by Toledo Head Coach Matt Campbell.
His deal is a six-year contract with a first year salary of two-million dollars.
A news conference will be held at noon, officially naming him as coach.

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