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at the wasabi restaurant just outside of prairie du chien. 42-year old young su kim, airlifted to a hospital in lacrosse with severe head trauma. crawford county sheriff arresting jacob erwin, kellen jeffords and thomas wilkins, all from illinois in town working on a railroad. kwwl's brad hanson spent some time talking to people who knew the restaurant's owner. he's back in the t-h media newsroom in dubuque with our top story tonight at ten. those who know key, as they call him, tell me he's one of the nicest guys in the world. and they're shocked something so violent could've happened to him. "i was awestruck" chad trautsch's reaction when he heard what happened just next door at the wasabi japanese restaurant. (chad trautsch, owner, computer support plus)"that stuff just doesn't happen here. you have your few little things, a few burglaries, maybe a broken window. but nothing like for his own worker's safety after the man everyone calls key, was beaten and found bloody in his own restaurant. he says he has a great relationship with his neighbor. "we kinda had this running game, me and him. we would
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provide him with tech support, and he would provide us with sushi, and that was kind of our relationship. he's a great neighbor and a great guy." more than one person vouching for the quality of his character--and his food. (frank finley, prairie du chien) "for sushi, it's probably the best. i've actually had sushi overseas too, and i'd say it's far over that. it's the best sushi i've eaten anywhere." the restaurant now closed as key fights for his life and many wonder why it happened. "i don't know why it happened, i guess that's the first thing. i know what the real motivation so i guess the answer to the question would be why?"
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key's condition. a post on the restaurant's page from last night simply says currently closed, sorry for the incovenience. we've got you covered live from the t-h media newsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. the three men arrested for this attack currently being held in the crawford county jail. they'll make their initial appearance in court on november second. some rain moving in -- let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now who's tracking it. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight.
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the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. updates to university avenue in cedar falls - - but its not the updates many of us have been waiting for. kwwl's jessica hartman was out on the road tonight speaking with drivers frustrated by a lack of change. that's right . . . the university avenue reconstruction project has been in the works since august of last year. and city officials tell me it will be at least an other six months before university avenue in cedar falls - - annual road maintance - - but not the than any other lane. their all bad." the uneven pavement - the cracks, holes, and bumps are not easy on vehicles. clare hanson "definitely on the
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tires for sure. there are so many potholes. it's really frustrating and its been a problem for years and it never seems to get fixed." that extra wear and tear - - costing drivers anywhere from hundreds to thousands in repairs. chuck ericson "did $3,400 worth of body damage to a car where the tire exploded and the rim came a part. it shoved this a-arm back or forward and its holes, bumps, and rattling its a pretty miserable ride down university avenue and thats got many drivers avoiding it at all costs." ericson "i personally keep my trucks off university avenue. a tire for my big truck is pushing $400 so i'll drive around." "i'm taking ridgeway, i'm taking rainbow because this road is such junk that its crazy to take
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ericson tells me if you can't avoid university - - slowing down is the next best option to help prevent damage to your vehicle. we've got you covered live in the newsroom . . . jessica hartman kwwl news. city enginers say they are completing the necessary paperwork and hope to begin in early spring of next year. decision 2016 coverage -- hillary clinton testifying for hours during the hearing on benghazi. steve handelsman has the latest from d-c. hillary clinton stayed cool at the marathon 11 hour charged she tried to cover up
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"you knew the truth. that's not what the american people got." she again denied a coverup sot: hillary clinton, fmr. secretary of state (d) presidential candidate :16-:19 "there was a lot of conflicting information that we were trying to make sense of" she did get emotional... telling lawmakers she cares more than they do about the 4 americans who died in benghazi. sot: hillary clinton, fmr. secretary of state (d) presidential candidate :28-:34 "i've thought more about what happened then all of you put clinton emails. help sot: hillary clinton, fmr. clinton's presdiential campaign nbc news, washington.
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clinton is scheduled to appear in iowa saturday for a free rally in des moines. paul ryan is officially running for speaker of the house. the wisconsin representative sending a letter to member of the house republican conference declaring his candidacy. ryan called for the republicans to agree on his terms and rally around him earlier this week. a member of the iowa board of regents says they may have "dropped the ball" when it comes to the search for the new president at the university of iowa. subhash sahai says the hiring of bruce harreld could seem like the 9-member board was biased; however, sahai did say the
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university needs to give harreld a chance to do his job. but the hiring still isn't sitting well with some... protestor nats - 5 seconds... these protestors gathered outside yesterday's board of regents meeting in iowa city.. they are demanding the regents resign because of how they handled harreld's hiring... and even more drastically -- they want the entire board of regents to resign. today -- a new group called iowans defending our universities organized this protest. four to five- hundred people gathered to be a part of the protest. many people believe harreld was hand picked without real consideration for the other three candidates -- upsetting many students. ( cg:mathew byrd/ student organizer for iowan's defending our universities)
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"there's a real anger, that we've been so disrespected. we are being treated like idiots really by these, like they don't, do they not know that everyone knows exactly what they're doing?" some think harreld's background as a buinessman is not right to lead the university. he was hired back on september third. decision 2015... soon a new mayor will take office in the city of waterloo. five candidates will be on that november ballot. kwwl's nikki newbrough spoke with former mayor tim hurley and has his story. tim hurley born and raised in waterloo. for 37 and a half years he worked at john deere, but mayor, but this year he decided to come back and try it again." "i recognize the negatives, there's no doubt about that. but i will not be defined by them and i don't want our city to be defined by them." he says an opportunity
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for improvement in this city...stopping the violence. working with teachers, faith leaders, business leaders, and others who want to help. but that's not all. "it's a small group of people. i think the way we attack that is what they need and then let them do what they know how to do. " budget. it's something he says his time in office gives him experience with "my budgets are going to be to be initially be prioritized towards public safety. police, default on our loans or anything like that." in waterloo nikki
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hurley says he also wants to talk about a city manager form of government. he says if the citizens want that, they will scheduel a referendum. tomorrow we will profile, long time businessman wayne nathem. coming up on kwwl... fast food giant mcdonald's sees an increase in sales for the first time in two years -- but not by much. plus... one huge retailer offering free shipping during the upcoming holiday season. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven's chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up...
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forecast on kwwl."from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible
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highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl
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partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. isolated showers are possible this afternoon and tonight. highs this afternoon will be in the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the day friday. a few isolated storms are possible but rain amounts look to stay below a half inch in most locations.
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partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area this afternoon. the 60s with a light east wind. rain chances go up during the a clarification tonight from our monday story on money city of waterloo will have to pay for alleged e-p-a violations and sewer system improvements. while the sewer improvements will cost the city millions of dollars, the e-p-a penalty will cost the city somewhere between 136 and 272- thousand dollars. under the federal consent decree settlement approved by the council monday night, the city has 15 years to meet all of the epa requirements. the sewer system irenovations will take years, and the city will
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issue millions of dollars in bonds to pay for those improvements. coming up on kwwl... nike releasing a one of a kind store featuring the greatest basketball player of all time.
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dear future, please help. the present is kind of a scary place. i have no money, no job, no clothes. i feel completely helpless. but i hear good things about you, future. like i'll have hair, and friends, and books and music.
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the fast food chain says u-s sales rose just under one percent -- while global sales jumped four percent in this year's third quarter. the company says its due to menu improvements and food changes. mcdonald's c-e-o says he expects sales to improve in the fourth quarter as well -- partially due to the recent launch of all-day breakfast. the largest electronics company in the u-s will offer free shipping -- without any restrictions -- for the upcoming holiday season. best buy announcing the change -- effective this sunday. in the past -- customers usually had to spend at least 35 dollars to get free shipping. it's the first time best buy is offering free shipping since 2012. nike is set to open its first-ever michael jordan exclusive store. fans already camping out in chicago ahead of the store's
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the store will sell trademarked michael jordan "jumpman" items and will feature products handpicked by jordan himself. the second floor will also be home to a new training gym for invited guests only. nike says is plans to open similar stores in new york, l-a and toronto. we'll be right back with the mark farley interview "now, kwwl sports." good evening i'm rick coleman we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles
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we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money. what we need is leadership to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams... and pursue them with a vengeance. sfx: applause jeb. proven conservative. real results.
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farley. panthers coming off a
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just one score penalties and self inflicted wounds.. rick even the pollsters still have you ranked despite the 2-4 record. but all it takes is one win to get momentum..
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gain that momentum that win--i have no diubt that we can run the table but we have to get over that hump and that hump is difficult now because we go into homecoming like you last week your last game at coughlin stadium--tough team only one loss to north daokat state..their quarterback zach lujan is supposed to be back but the beck tayrn chrstion the dual threat quarterback has played well.. mark: yeah they are a good football team --they've only lost one football game and they were down some guys in that one..so i expect to see the best close games with them what kin with a lot of confisdence on it up. we are playing from behin washington rick how do you attack a defense from south dakota state that is playing pretty good.. mark: it starts with the run
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south daokta state /northern iowa this saturday big game for you--hopefully we can come out with a win mark ...yes it should be a great game final high school regular season football game tonight for cedar falls and waterloo east at the uni- dome... tigers defense getting after the quarterback early chasing him down and forcing the fumble... big eber white jumps on it that sets up michael abbas who punches it in 21-0 tigers at that point. later the trojans were driving but al campbell's pass is picked off by adrian diaz and he is gonna take it all the way
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later campbell is picked off again this time by logan mozena ----offense gives it to abbas he had four touchdowns in the first half as cedar falls led 63-0...the tigers score a school record 70 points in a 70-13 win. homefield advantage in the playoffs on the line as cedar rapids jefferson host linn-mar at kingston... first quarter, second play o fthe game for the j- hawks. valentino green takes the handoff and sweeps left beating the lions defense for a 15 yard score and early 7-0 lead. on 4th down, the lions were trapped inside their own 10 the back of his own defender. there was a mad scramble for the ball linn-mar would get on the score board off of this alexy boehm 37 yard field goal to make it 14-3. but on first down, jefferson's ayodeji olutunde takes the hand-off, & breaks for the sideline and goes un-touched for a 50 yard touch storm track seven chief
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meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your
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