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voters' questions at the candidate honest assessment summit. both cuz and jindal say iowa votrs are asking for change. ted cruziow voters are facing the same challenges tat men woman across this country are, which is what we are doing isn't working. we are wages have stagnated for 20 years. working men and woman have been hammer here in iowa." bobbyjindal "voters are so republican leadadrs say one tting and then do an other when they get elected. whether its planned parenthood, whether its growning dependence on government, whether its a foreign policy or america won't stand with israel, people arefrustrated." mike huckabeeeedidn't give a specific answer to what iowa voters were asking for but says because he has been on the ground here in iowa - - he knows iowan you off in the eye, and they ant to ask you hard questioos. they don't want to let you get away with some pat political
answer." in waterloo . . .jessica hartman kwwl news. at the summit -- the candidates answer questions ranging from their stae on abortion -- including how they would handle isis. meanwhile on the democratic side -- hillary clinton is gaining a little extra support in her campaign the former secretary of state is getting help from her husband on the campaigig trail in iowa a his weekend. katy perry also made an appearnce at the event-- and sang three of her biggest hits during a mini-concert. nearly 4- thousand people turned out for the fee show. the jeffersonnackson dinner is the iowa democratic party's biggest fundraiser of the year -- and candidates are doing everything to gain iowa voters' support. now let's heck in with storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel for your first forecast. kyle -- how's the rest of the
for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: it's looking a lot brighter. we will have lots oosunshine acroo the area. that ceetainly was not the case today. we had lots of east, so we are sitting under clear skies. the wind was also a story today with winds out of the northwest from 10 to 20 miles per hour, with gusts up ttthirty. thee are now subsiding, so that's allowing those temperatures to dop into he conditions in coralville this evening now that the wind has calmed down. we''l talk about your sunday forecast and the next chance for rain coming up in your storm track 7 day forecast. crowd at a college homecoming parade has died. it happened at oklahoma state universsy in stillwater, oklahoma.
in all, four people were killed. and forty four more were injured. tonight, the driver is charged with drunk driving. nbc's chris pollone reports. it was supposed to be a festive, fun morning for thousands. the annual "sea of orange" homecoming parade at oklahoma state university. s/ jacey hyde / oklahoma state fan:07 - :12 "this is what you do on homeming morning, you come to the fun turned fatal. s/ gail lamb / oklahoma state fan:15 - :22 "this car just like, went ii through the crowd, just burst into the crowd." police say a car near the parade route smashed into a s/ paul sims / witness:28 - :31 "immediately we saw people going in the air." many taking part in the parade, rushed to help dozens of victims. police arrested the driver. she's been charged with drunk driving. s/ captain kyle gibbs / stillwater police department:41 - :51 "her name is adacia avery chambers. she is a 25-year old police say it may be a few days before they can figure out exactly
what caused the car to surge out flags to be flown at half staff. and praised the people who "one lady told me about how the men picked up a car and helped all of the people who were undererthe car ann got them time of great crisis." oklahoma state fans held a moment of silence and the cowboys football team prayed for gibbs / stillwater police department 1:21 - 1:26 "i've been here 29 years, i an't recall an incident of this magnitude." doctors treated more than 40 people. several remain in critical condition at hospitals throughout the state. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. oklahoma state university says grief counselors will be available on campus for students and staff monday. an amber alert issued for 13-year- old paige johnstone is lifted. ottumwa police released
buttt was later cancelled when paige and her 19- year-old abductor kevin ramirez were located outside the state of iowa. according to police -- they believe the two were trying to travel to florida. meanwhile -- cedar rapiis police are looking into a shooting reported this afternoon. officers were called to 31- hundred block of first avene northeast before two o-clock -- and also to a second location at first avenue and 35th. police believe a person in one vehicle -- shot a person in a second vehicle. we've checked in with the cedar rapids police tonight -- and will continue to follow this story as it develops. according to feeding america -- e in eight iowans struggles with hunger. that's why the saint stephen's food bank is trying to help. they held their mobile food pantry today in dubuque. nearly 200 low- income families waited in llne at aubudon elemenenary school. they filled their carts with nutritious foods to take home. organizers say nearly 12-tusand poundsf food was
overwhelmed by the generosity. by people, and i've never seen anything like this...and i've worked many food pantries and i've still have not seen anything like this." ganizers say meet certain low- income guidelines to receive food. and they say t mobile food pantry kes place four times a yearr the lucas farms neighborhood in iowa city is raising funds for activities and improvements in the ea -- with costume sale. most of the costumes are repurposed from a volunteer aa the sale. she has worked in the costume industry for most of her life -- and says she's happy it can bring in money to her neighborhood. "sme of it mightpgo toward our parks, some of it mig go our neighborhood for the folks that live theee."
have also b ben donated. the sale'e' first run was last year -- and the community hopes all this the final year for the sale. coming up on kwwl the ad comes alive -- but it's all for a good cause in cedar falls. plus -- super heroes are out in full force in cedar falls. but why? you're watching kwwl --we've got you covered. but first -- here's a look at the stormtrack seven live doppler radar. "you're watching kwwl. we've
welcome back i am meteorologist kyle kiel. we start you out with a couple nice fall pictures. this first one sent to us from cedar falls. the second onon sent in from waverly. lots of golden leaves. if you have a picture, feel free to send it to us on facebook, twitter, or email. no weather issues as e head throughout the next 48 hours. threat tracker has us in te green. we'll have a mostly clear sky tonight with the wind calming down. that sets up a pretty pleasant sunday, before a little more moisture makes its way into the area with a partly cloudy sky y on mooday. re's a lookkat the temperatures across eastern iowa. right now temperatures in in the 40s across eastern iowa. here's the storm track 7 live weaer network in iowa city, showing the we are seeing clearing skies. the storm track 7 live weather network in cedar falls shows sunshine as well, but in dubuque we are still seeing a little bit of cloudiness across the area. here is the satellite an radar. no rain falling from the clouds.
the clouds continue to decrease across eastern iowa. this is as high pressure builds in from the est. the coldldfront is well off to the east. here is future track, showing the clouds continuing to track off to the east. we will be left witt clear skies tonight as high pressure builds in. that will really calm our winds down after sunset, and that will allow those temperature to drop into the middle 30s. tomorrow, high pressure tracks east, we see a southerly wind, so that will bring us slightly warmer temperatures than whattwe saw today, along with the sunshine. and tomorrow night we will start of mostly clear, before seeing a few more clouds track into the area on monday.
we saw some beneficial rain across eastern iowa yesterday, into very early this morning. generally we saw a quarter to half an inch, with some locally higher amounts. you can check out the rainfall totals on schnack's blog at kwwl dot com on the weather page r all the totals. but, we really needed the rain. here's a look at the month of october as far as rainfall totals go. you can see we are still sitting below average, but we a a definitely doing better than where we were just one week ago, where we had the red flag warning for much of the area. there are stitil many areass across the kwwl viewing area under the burn ban until further notice. no outdoor burning allowed. here's
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zombie walk. people walked like the dead -- up and down college and 23rd street near te university of northern iowa campus. the event is in support of a great cause -- and all the money benefits the north east iowa sometimes we get on top of cars, don't." this was the fifth year for the zombie walk. mohair pear and the octopus bar on colege street normally host thm event.
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who need to run the table to have a shot at a post- season bid -- defense the name of the game in the first half of this one -- jackrabbits first possesion -- d'shawn dexter with the big sack as the panthers forced a three and out -- south dakota state -- scoreless in the first half -- late in the half -- here come the panthers -- aaron bailey to deondre hall -- normally a defensive back -- $& makes an incdible catch -- thth would lead ttthis -- michael schmadeke with the 24 yard field goal -- uni goes to the break with a 3,
strike -- tauryn christion to connor landberg -- he's got the endzone -- 7, 3 s-d-s-u -- but the panthers respond -- aaron bailey -- 16969rushing yardsds-- 35 of them right here -- 10, 7 panthers -- that would hold up until the final 2 minutes -- jacks -- going for it on 4th and 1 -- but karter schult makes tte first hit -- tim kilfoy shuts the door -- that would do it -- uni with a big upset 10, 7 -- panthers -- i thought we didpretty well the first half. we knew they'd come we came out and told each other with a lot of grit today, and had 2 pass interferences on that final drive after i'd gond for it. the defense, ty were playing well all day. i trust our defense and they cameehrough in a totogh situtution. panthers host the south dakota
with a trip to second ranked baylor -- the chance that the iowa state cyclonesswould snap tteir two game losing streak was just about non- existent -- heavy rains in the waco area today -- but it didn't slow the high powered bears offense early -- seth russelel to corey colelean -- well covered -- didn't matter -- 7, zip bears -- russell actually broke a bone in his neck in this game -- his future status unkown right now -- later in the first -- shock linwood -- bounces it out for the 17 yard score -- they'd eventually take a 35,
nothing lead -- cyclones though -- looking much better late in the game -- joel lanning to quenton bundrage -- touchdown pulls them back within 21 in the third -- and keeping that offense going -- lanning to jawan wwley -- twenty unanswered for the cyclones -- making it a 15 point game -- but the comeback gets cut short -- corey coleman gets his second t-d reception of the game -- cyclonns give second ranked baylor their closest game this
season -- but come up short 45, 27 -- d-2
ball -- upper iowa hosting souhwest minnesta state, both teams come in at 5-and-2. peacocks up 6-0, bbt mustang quarterback blake gimbel fires a dart to rapahel lawson-gayle who dives across the goalline -- upper iowa falls back by one -- . but in the second -- the peacocks reclaim a 9-7 lead on a 16-yard fifild goal by sophomore brady beuschel. back and forth it goes -- southwest's davontay stevens -- scores from the one to regain the lead -- but upper iowa punt -- it's recovered d t the one yardline -- big turn of events -- on the halftime lead. but the second half belonged to the mustangs -- upper iowa falls 34, 1 -- iowa conference ball -- 18th ranked wartburg loloking to bouuce back from last week's loss at dubuque -- on the road today at luther -- knights rolling early -- jordan schmitt with the touchdown reception -- 5 yards from logan schrader -- 11, nothing waatburg in control - -
and the offense was clicking today -- schrader across the middle to zach hiller -- 35 yards -- another trip to the endzone for wartburg -- 27, nothing --- and the luther offense -- having problems getting aathing goingg -- the pitch ends up on the turf -- cooper nelson dives on it in great field position -- it led to schrader's 4th passing touchdown of the game -- brandon domeyer gets to the endzone for the second time -- strong response from the knight today -- they hammer the norse 47, 7 -- to the ice -- waterloo black hawks hosting omaha -- supporting the beyond pink team by auctioning off their pink jerseys tonight -- also tryin to snap a 4 gagae losing skid -- and t tey'd get on the board first -- alex robert slaps one home -- 1, nothing waterloo -- cale morris doing work in goal -- kept omaha off the board in the first period -- thatt the good news -- the bad is they got to him 3
the event was hosted by the core comics and games -- located on valley park drive in cedar falls. the re hosts this event every year -- along with a free comic book day during the first weekend in may. here's the storm track seven day forecast. we keep dry couple storm systems that will trck through the area, giving us a chance of rain on tuesday thhks for joining us for the kwwl news at ten. be sure tototune in tomooow morning at eight for today in iowa. saturday night live is up next.