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and have more at ten. we've got you covered live in all right -- thank you kristin. and please stay tuned to kw-wl news on air and online as this waterloo firefighters are investigating a fire at the ramada waterloo hotel and convention center. it was reported this morning around 9-30. firefighters say it started in the maid's closet on the fourth floor. the fire did not spread to any nearby rooms -- but there is smoke and water damage. there are no reports of injuries at this time.
the cause of the fire is under investigation. now let's check in with storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel for your first forecast. 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: it's looking pretty good. we've got a calm wind and clear sky, so we are in for a nice sunset. if you are able to, snap a photo and send it to us. we'd love to see them. here are the current temperatures right now across eastern iowa. we are in the upper 50s to lower 60s, which is right where we are supposed to be for this time of year. our wind right now is calm, so it is actually a pretty nice evening ahead. here's a look at the satellite and radar. you can see that we have been mainly sunny all across eastern iowa. there is a bit of cloud cover to the north, and that could get into our northern counties tonight, but overall it
football, pumpkin spice lattes, and the colorful leaves. and others simply love the cooler temperatures. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth joins us live in colorful dubuque. shirley -- how are people enjoying the beautiful fall weather? here in dubuque -- people are taking advantage of this perfect fall day -- many at the riverfront. believe it or not -- october is the busiest month during fall along the mississippi. and people are saying -- it's because they want to experience the season. it's the peak of the fall experience fall. "this is one of good and the foliage is out and take a cruise on the mississippi." some enjoyed the fall weather by taking a walk along the riverfront...or hopping on a cruise. "not only do you have the great weather...it's not too hot, not
also get, as he said...the can provide you." bright orange, red and yellow leaves surround the bluffs of the mississippi. "the fall colors attract people...number one...it's pretty." "so what is it about the fall weather that makes leaves change color?" well the science behind it is -- those bright colors are actually always there, but the cooler weather makes leaves lose chlorophyll...the substance that makes leaves green. and so that means...there's not much time left to get out, see...and trees, it turns dull and lifeless and they know what's ahead." i'm told the fall colors actually peaked really late this year along the the mississippi. they just peaked last week. we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth, ...kwwl news.
different times throughout the state. for more information -- you can check out our website at kw-wl dot com. the hawkeyes are movin' up in rankings. in the new a-p college football poll -- the hawkeyes are ranked number ten. let's check in with mark woodley -- to hear what this means for the hawkeyes. mark? well mac -- you'd have to consider this a solid move for iowa considering they didn't play this week -- but losses by previously top ten teams florida state and utah moved iowa in to this position -- the hawks currently sitting 7 and oh have to win just 3 of their final 5 games to guarantee themselves a spot in the big ten championship game for the first time ever -- iowa's top ten ranking is their first since early in the 20-10 season -- we'll have more from the hawks big move coming up later in sports -- thanks mark.
continue coverage tonight -- an eleven year old boy who suffered a stroke after football injuries is recovering nicely. chase aeschliman was airlifted to lacrosse back in august and had to undergo surgery. chase is receiving full-time therapy to recover his speech aa the use of his right arm and leg. kwwl's jessica hartman visits his hometown for his first visit back -- since the accident. jessica -- what was his reaction like today? ll mac --the trip was centered around a benefit for chase and his family -- so he was reunited with several friends -- and the look on his face says it all. those friends staying close by his side through out the event today. while hundreds of community members packed into the echo valley speedway to contribute to chase's medical fund. nearly 300 auction items were donated to the event. kenny and laine aeschliman say seeing thth community rally around their son is the heart of "chase is a loved boy and that's a huge advantage of living in a small community. we
love our smalll community and surrounding community. everybody knows everybody and its fabulous." event organizers said even with the 800 facebook r-s-v- p's -- they were shocked by the size of the turn out. coming up tonight -- what chase was looking forward to most and the surprise vistors at the event. i am working on that story for 10. we've got you covered live in the newsroom...jessica hartman kwwl news. thank's jessica. and there's no word yet on the amount of money raised at the event. coming up after the break -- a community stable is returing to live in one eastern iowa town. plus -- a big party inindes moines this weekend. but what was it all about? "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel and sports with mark woodley.
here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i am meteorologist kyle kiel. you are taking a look at some of the fall follge in waterllo. this was shot earlier this afternoon. some very nice colors up against the blue sky. and we had a light wind today so it was just overall a
here are a couple of fall photos that were sent in today by a couple of our viewers. you can see the nice fall colors. if you have a photo you'd like to share, send it to us on facebook, twitter, or e mail.the clear day turns into a mostly clear night across the area. as we head into monday,we will start off with a mostly sunny sky, but will see an increase in cloud cover throughout the day. no rain expected, but that changes as we head into the day on tuesday. . ere are the current temperatures right now across eastern iowa. we are in the upper 50s to lower 60s, which is right where we are supposed to be for this time of year. our winin right now is calm, so it is actually a pretty nice evening ahead.
the storm track 7 live weather network on our cameras across eastern n owa show some pretty clear conditions. the fall color of course is popping out. here's a look at the satellite and radar. you can see that we have been mainlylysunny all across eastern iowa. there is a bit of cloud cover to the north, and that could get into our northern counties tonight, but overall it will be mostly clear. our attention turns to an area of low pressure in the gulf of mexico. this is left over from what was once hurricane patricia. t he moisture is going to be pulled up into tte united states, and will help feed our chances for rain as we head into tuesday. however, not too much heavy rain is expected. here's future track, showing the
mostly clear skies as we head throughout the night. a few clouds passing by are possible across our should stayaynorth in parts of minnesota and wisconsin. as we head into tomorrow, we will start off with a mostly sunny sky. as we head into the afafernoon, we will start to see some of that moisture in the middle levels in the atmosphere move in, giving us an increase in the clouds cover. those clouds will continue to increase overright monday. i did want to remind everyone that there is still a burn ban in effect for several of our
one of their llcal staples. the dysart community center was built in the 1930's -- and was getting to the point where "i'm very happy that the council, and the community came together, and we shared a vision of saving this building, rather than tearing ii down." the buildinnis not opennto the public just yet -- but it should available for future weddings, graduations, and other celebrations within the next few weeks. coming up... democratic presidential hopefuls make a stop in des moines for one of the biggest events for their campaigns. you're watching kwwl -- we've
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events of their campaigns. the day was about putting on a show before the annual jefferson-jackson dinner -- which brought in nearly 6-thousand people for the event -- and thousands more to the streets. kelly o'donnell has the story. with a line winding through downtown des moines .... this is a test to show campaign spirit... not your everyday rally... hillary clinton's team is going all in -- on star power. saving for -this- day-- husband bill clinton's first campaign stop here in iowa. "i wanna thank katy perry for coming here to sing. i want invite a superstar hitmaker ...whose song is clinton's campaign theme... with katy perry in
after a tough slide this summer... clinton has hit a high biden's decision to stay out of the race... to her strong performanc at the debate and marathon testimony on capitol hill... chief rival-- bernie sanders -opted for less glitz today....to show off the grassroots strength.. that has made him a force in the the history of the world, but most people don't know it." trailing clinton and sanders but still in the race is... former maryland governor --martin o'malley...who made his own music... that was nbc's kelly o'donnell reporting from des moines... the annual fundraising dinner marked 100 days t t the iowa caucuses... so now the countdown is on for that big day here in the
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first test -- snapping a 3-game losing sseak with a bigigupset at 6th ranked south dakota state -- the panther defense took over the game on saturday -- and nobody was better than karter schult -- the tripoli native tallied 4 tackles for loss -- which included three sacks in the upset win over the jackrabbits -- and with those playoff hopes hanging by a string -- schult didn't huge. absolutely: in terms of a crossroads in your season, losing this one you could be done and it could go downhill fast or you can win as a team and turn the entire season around. the panthers are back in the dome this cming weekend as they host southhdakota -- kickoff is one oh clock on saturday -- it was alsls a good weekee for the iowa hawkeyes despite the fact that they didn't even play -- losses by utah and florida state allowed the hawks to jump past
ten rankinins -- it's ioww's first toto ten appearance in five years -- the hawks also sit in great position in the big ten west -- conference title game with wins in 3 of their final 5 games -- well -- it was a sad day in the sports world as we learned of the passing of former minnesota timberwolves coach flip saunders -- saunders died as a result of his battle with hodgkins lymphoma -- earlier this year he tooo a leave of absence as the wolves director of operations while treaking the disease --- at one point in his coaching years -- saunders took the timberwolves to eight straight playoff appearances -- flip saundes was 60 years old -- on to the nfl -- vikings at the lions -- minnesota came in having lost eight straight nfc north road games -- and it didn't look good for them early -- first quarter -- matthew stafford scrambles -- and hitsseric ebron onnthe seven yard scoring strike -- 14, 3 lions -- but minnesota strikes back -- second half -- teddy bridgewater deep to stephon diggs -- check out the catch -- laying out -- diggs
first career touchdown -- 22, 17 minnesota -- adrian peterson helps finish it -- a-p reportedly threw up on the team's flight after swallowing some chewing tobacco -- seems like he got over that -- 75 yards -- woulul lead to a field goal -- and eventually a win -- minnesota gets it 28, 19 -- they're 4 and 2 on the year -- the a-l champion royals stopped by arrowhead -- hoping to pass some of that on to the one and five chiefs -- pittsburgh in town today -- defense coming up strong -- landry jones -- in for the injured ben roethlisberger -- gets picked by eric berry -- berry's first pick since e ndergoing cancer treaaments -- big moment seemed to inspire the offense -- charcandrik west -- from the one -- first career touchdown for the abilene christian product -- 16, 3 k-c -- and in the end -- alex smith puts it awaw -- actually hhtting his receivers this year -- 6 yards to chris conley -- the five game skid is over -- chiefs win 23, 13 --
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