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weather next week with the track through the area earlier this afternoon. that area of rain dropped a tenth to quarter of an inch of rain. right now we have a few scattered showers, otherwise we have areas of fog and drizzle. we aren't done with the rain chances just yet. a cold front is about to enter western iowa, and that gives us another shot at rain later tonight, maybe even a rumble of thunder. here's a look at the storm track 7 live weather showing that chance for patchy areas of drizzle and showers
back on top in iowa -- among likely democratic caucus goers. that's according to a new quinnipiac university poll released this morning... the survey show clinton now leads sanders by 11 points. the last quinnipiac poll in september had sanders one point ahead of clinton in iowa. g-o-p presidential candidate ben carson pushes past donald trump in a second iowa poll. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live in the newsroom with reaction. mac -- what is ben carson saying about the new lead? amanda -- ben carson says he's gratified by the support his campaign is seeing. doctor carson briefly spoke during a packed book signing near kansas city. carson is now leading the republican presidential field in two iowa polls. the recent des moines register bloomberg poll out today has carson leading donald trump by 9 points -- 28 to 19 percent. well you know i feel the same paying attention to what i'm saying because none of the things. they are very logical things and if people really sat down and thought about them,
to be whipped into a frenzy. i think most people would say hey, that makes sense. meanwhile hillary clinton's numbers are also improving in the state. today's quinnipiac poll has clinton leading bernie sanders -- 51 to 40 percent. so those are two substantial changes in the race for president -- on both the democrat and republican sides of the aisle. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. thanks mac. according to the september poll -- trump led carson by six points -- while sanders had a one- percent advantage over clinton. decision 2015. we continue our coverage of the mayoral race in waterloo. five people will be on the november 3rd ballot. tonight, kwwl's nikki newbrough speaks with long time
businessman wayne nathem and why he wants to be the next mayor. after serving our country in vietnam, wayne nathem moved to waterloo. he's been here ever since working different jobs, before owning his own trucking business. he says he's owned nathem enterprises/cbc freight going on years. "nathem says the years as a small business owner, the ups and downs of owning a business, will only be a benefit if elected mayor of the city of waterloo.' "by smart spending and setting up smart budgets, things of that nature we were able to survive." nathem says if elected mayor, he'd take on the city's budget.
"we'll be working very heavily set a goal to bring that on down and are too high and he wants to make it a priority to lower heads, and council involved. "i will work to lower those oh waterloo has got the higher taxes waterloo has got a lower tax now and that's a place that we'd like to news. this isn't the first time nathem has run for mayor. he ran in 1993 and 95 against current john rooff. you can see all of the mayoral candidate profiles on our website kwwl dot com. a vietnam-era helicopter is getting a fresh paint of coat this week. the cobra chopper overlooking dubuque's veteran's memorial plaza being repainted to look like one actually flown in the war. kwwl's brad hanson getting a chance to talk to the woman who's been doing the painting this week. and brad, this has been a very personal project for this woman. jennifer luedtke lost her dad when she was just six to cancer caused by
agent organe from vietnam. so this project has been a great chance for her to honor him alongside every other veteran. the project based on this photo of wayne burk and the first chopper he flew in vietnam. he was shot down in that one, but his second one is now permanentley on display in dubuque. luedtke spent a total of 18 hours working on this paint job. she says it was a great way to remember her dad. painter) "i felt so connected to him it's not even funny. lots of tears while trying to paint at the same time and making sure that you can make it as accurate as possible because it means something to that pilot that you get this the way they saw it and done it to begin with." luedtke used oil paint for the project, which she says will last for 15 to 20 yes. the pilot of this chopper, burk, was actually shot down a total of four
he'll be in dubuque to speak at the veteran's day celebration next month. we've got you covered live here in dubuque, brad hanson...kwwl news. the co-pilot and one other servicemember will also be in attendance on veteran's day. police are looking into a burglary at a home that caught fire just days ago. the house is on linden avenue and it's where 64-year- old rebecca lavenz died in a fire. police say on thursday, a relative discovered the home was burglarized overnight. according to waterloo police, the burglary took place between 5 p-m on wednesday and 1 p-m thursday. no arrests have been made. nine employees have been fired or resigned due to an investigation into security breaches at a iowa prison. four former tower guards at anamosa state penitentiary were charged for allegedly smuggling cell phones and drugs into the prison. since the charges were
announced, the other five guards have departed. those five aren't charged with criminal activity but serious violations were found. three men accused of attacking a wisconsin restaurant owner, were allegedly out drinking with the victim earlier in the evening before the alleged attack -- this according to our coverage partners at t-h media... these three men, in prairie du chien working on the railroad, are charged with battery and burglary... they're accused of severely beating the restaurant owner, young su kim, and stealing money from his restaurant. kim suffered severe brain and head trauma from the attack... cedar rapids police are investigating a report of shots fired near the kirkwood community college campus. police were called to the college park apartments at around 10:30 a.m. police say nothing was hit and no one was injured. neighborhoods -- hit by vandals... all went down in the northwest part of cedar rapids. kwwl's hillary maglin was in that neighborhood today. hillary - what did you find out?
amanda... a lot of people reported broken mirros and other vandalism to their cars... and this is just the latest in a long line of cedar rapids crimes. (sot. cg: jesadae lafella/father of victim) "i'm really upset about it, you know? now, you know, which is a safety the victims of car vandalisms. many of their cars now have cracked... dented... or shattered side view mirrors. some victims worry about the cost of fixing dollar deductible or pay 508 dollars out of my pocket, you know, i'm a disabled veteran and everything else and it's, you know, times are a little tough." (sot. hillary maglin) "people in the neighborhood tell me this isn''t the first incident to affect this area." (sot. stephan brubaker/cedar rapids resident) "it really doesn't surprise me because since we've been here, we've had vandalism in this area. not that many cars, but there's been, you know, it's random." neighbors say in recent years... there's been shootings... car burglaries... and incidents involving b-b guns and tagging. while most
people usually feel safe... some wish there was more security. (sot) "it would be nice if, you know, sometimes at night, the police would patrol the neighborhood more." brubaker himself was the victim of a car vandal a few years ago... but now takes precaution to feel safe at home. we've got you covered live in cedar rapids... hillary maglin...kwwl news. police are still looking for a suspect in that case who may be driving a dark colored 4 door vehicle. coming up on kwwl, a new study reveals why people grab that extra slice of pizza. stay tuned to find out why. and - here's a live look at the football field playing host to and... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....meteorolog ist kyle kiel will have your full forecast, coming up. "winner of the regional
weateriormion.here i welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel in for mark schnackenberg. we are starting off with a look at the storm track 7 live weather network. you can see we have wet roadways and reduced visibility across the area from the rain that has been tracking through. just a few areas of drizzle left over but we have another threat for rain overnight. here's threat tracker showing that threat for rain. threat tracker showing no threat for severe weather, but as the cold front tracks through
a rumble of thunder or two. tomorrow, we'll see decreasing clouds and windy conditions. mostly sunny and pleasant as we head into the day on sunday. here's the storm track 7 live doppler radar. it's showing the bulk of the rain is off to our east, but there is a little more activity off to the west. this is along a cold front that will track through tonight. there are a few thunderstorms along this front. as this tracks eastward, it will lose some of the energy with it, so i am not expecting widespread
overnight. here's a couple pictures the international space station. always great pictures of earth coming from scott. you can clearly see the eye of this strong hurricane. a little closer to home, temperatures are cool thanks to the gloomy conditions we have had all day long. we are currently in the 50s. with a warm front
overhead, we could warm just a couple say that as we reach for another bite of food... but when it comes to eating cheese...a new study says it might be more than a lack of self control to blame. kwwl's jessica hartman joins us with the answer. it may be addiction . . . according to a new study by the university of michigan - - some foods contain ingredients that can trigger addictive behavior. topping the list - - cheese. "they fly off the shelves." cheese curds . . .fresh and flying off the shelves at hansen's dairy as fast as they can make them. "what they do to get that cheese fix." to get that fix hansen's customers driving hours . . .coming from as far as davenport. "a 12oz. bag and they'll say these may not make it home.
maybe i better take two because husband will want them when i get home or wife will in trouble." hartman "you've heard of the nursery rhymn. littly miss muffet eating her curds and whey. well this is the curds and its actually the fat and protien out of milk concentrated to make that delicious cheese." it's that high concentration of fat - - scientists say cause addictive eating behaviors. "its got protien in it. its got calcium in it, so its ok to be addictive to those things." "it doesn't surprise me. cheese can be very addictive. " it may not shock cheese producers, but children "do you like cheese?" "yes!!" "do you think its addictive?" aren't quite convinced. they might not be convinced. . . but i
i don't know about you amanda but i've been saying i am addicted to cheese for years and now i finallly have proof. we've got you covered... jessica hartman kwwl news. for more information on results of the study you can head to our website kwwl-dot-com. coming up... a couple of wrestling greats from waterloo sign autographs and chat today at the gable wrestling museum and we reveal our ninth and
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number one by the viewers is a great matchup in class 2 district 6. fifth ranked aplington- parkersburg with a 7-1 record hosting unbeaten and third ranked south tama... kwwl's mark woodley joins us live from parkersburg with a preview of the big matchup.. something has to give here in parkersburg tonight for one of these teams to come out with a district title -- you've got south tama -- with maybe the best defense in the state of iowa -- the trojans have allowed just 15 point total this entire season -- that includes 6 shut-out performances -- and on the other side -- yu dominant on the ground -- that's led by isaac ubben who's averaging 9-point-2 yards per
29 touchdowns this season -- but coach alex pollock knows they'll need something special tonight against that south tama "d" -- we're not going to change our offense. it's kind of what we do. we're not going to spread it really well and go right at going to give them what we've got. wrestling fans were treated to a couple of greats from the city
legendary wrestler and coach dan gable joined recent ncaa champion kyven gadson for an autograph session at the dan gable wrestling museum. both won state wrestling titles for waterloo high schools--gable at west and gadson at east before winning national titles at iowa state. gadson is currently training for a spot of the 2016 u-s janeiro.... both gable and gadson talked about his chances. when we were talking before something i want to focus on is you have to be steady in your thinking--this is a higer level this is the olympic level its is bigger than that national championship in college--his mentality has to rise a little bit now. kyven gadson will be competing in an event in new york city later this
the ufc has reinstated former light heavyweight champion jon jones after his legal troubles were resolved. the mixed martial arts promotion lifted jones' indefinite suspension today after its lawyers reviewed his plea agreement stemming from a hit-and-run crash in albuquerque in april. the ufc hasn't decided on a date or opponent for jones' return. jones defended his u-f-c title 8 times before the incident.
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that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change.