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we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." good evening everyone, i'm amanda goodman. and i'm ron steele. thanks for joining us. the third g-o-p debate just wrapping up in boulder, colorado tonight. donald trump no longer in the middle of the stage -- as fellow candidate dr. ben carson has since taken over that role. however -- trump did remain the center of attention in this one. steve handelsman is live in boulder, colorado tonight with more-- steve.... ben carson tops the republican polls but he was not the focus here in boulder tonight and neither was
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the billionaire who carson passed in many the polls deport 11 million immigrants, build a wall and cut taxes ten trillion. moderator and trump 20;24;26;17lets be honest (laughter) is this a comicbook version of a presidential campaign :31 its nota very nicely asked question :34 the way you say that but they are going to come in leader in republican polls was in the hotseat for his flat tax to point it would work? 20;27;26the rate is going to be much closer to 15% ...interrupts ... let me finish you also have to get rid of all the deductions and all the loopholes :37 sot: kasich 20:28:48 you know these plans would put us trillions of
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john kasich let loose on carson and trump sot: kasich 20:30:20 gonna kick 11 million people out of this country...we bush on marco rubio missing senate votes to campaign sot bush 20;38;32;24but marco you signed up for this this is a six year term you should be showing up to work :37 ted cruz and others 20;45;25you look at the questions donald trump are you a comic book villain ben carson can you do math? sot: rubio 21;26;19;29you know the mainstream media woooo:23 more candidates involved. more issues. and more heat. in debate #3. impossible to tell tonight which candidates got helped or hurt. and the next republican debate is in just two weeks.
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i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, boulder colorado that next g-o-p debate steve mentioned is scheduled for november 10th in milwaukee. a cold and windy night ahead -- let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now 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: that's right it's been a very chilly fall night, and that wind blowing around is only making matters worse. here's the current temperatures across the area. many of us are mainly in the lower to middle 30s, so not much different from earlier this evening. the winds are still from the west and northwest from 15 to 25 miles per hour at times, and will continue to be gusty through the night. here's the storm track 7 live doppler radar. there have
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areas reporting snow flurries and ice pellets mixed with rain this evening, and we are continuing to track a few light snow showers through the area at this hour. storm track 7 live weather network shows quiet conditions in coralville. your storm track 7 day forecast is coming up in a few minutes. its about that time of year...every body needs a warm place to stay when it gets chilly outside... including small pests like mice. nows the time to make sure your home is protected from rodents kwwls olivia mancino joins us live to tell us what you need to know i want to show you this dime-- it only takes a hole this size in your home for a mouse to make its way in a mouse will use its teeth to
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gnaw the hole even bigger, making its way in as your new house guest lets say you're allergic to cats, the weather is cold, and you live in iowa. right there is what we call a recipe for unwanted house guests. "just like people need coats to stay warm outside, mice need to be covered too" take this cozy looking home nested on a quaint boulevard in waterloo, for example. "if you can stick your finger michael garrett with aable pest control does routine checks on this home. he knows everything there is to know about mice. "mice constantly need to gnaw, to keep their teeth from growing, or it's going to grow in evansdale, mouse traps fly off the shelves in the cold weather season they eat through everything, your wall, pretty much you want to go the humane route.. take a walk around your home, check for holes...
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its really important to make sure you don't have mice in your home-- because they're really unsanitary and their droppings can carry diseases.. you don't want droppings in your home... like amanda.. who found droppings in her lazy susan continuing coverage - autopsy results show the woman found dead in a driveway was stabbed multiple times and strangled to death. 25-year-old sabrina hustad's body was found just before noon on sunday outside a home in shellsburg... the owner of the home -- david miller -- was arrested and charged with stealing a truck the same day. authorities have not said if
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miller and hustad are connected -- but online court records show paternity test were done in 2011 to find out if david miller was the father of sabrina hustad's child, hoever we don't know the results of that testing at this time. authorities did not say whether the death was related to the stolen truck or to miller.. a man wanted on manslaughter charges in indiana is arrested here in eastern iowa. u-s marshals arresting 15-year- old diamonty newman outside an apartment complex in cedar rapids. authorities say he severely assaulted and killed a 44-year-old man in southern indiana back in september. he is being held in the linn county correction center -- awaiting extradition back to indiana. a local man is in the hospital tonight after being found with a gunshot wound to his leg. police were called to the 400
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street around nine-30 this morning. they found 20- year-old phillip wilson, who said he'd been shot about 30 minutes before police got there. authorities initially said it looked like he may have shot himself. but a release sent out late this afternoon says wilson claimed he was shot, but wasn't cooperative with police. (lisa hagen, key apartments property manager) "our tenants need to have a safe and secure place to live. i have children that live here, children at my everything else, so that has to be our number one priority." police say wilson was taken to mercy to the unversity of iowa hospital with non- life threatening injuries. decision 2015 we continue our look at the
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three people will be on that november 3rd ballot. tonight kwwl's nikki newbrough speaks with candidate dave halterman. born and raise in cedar falls, dave halterman has decided to do the same with his family. he's now retired, but "so i've held a lot of different hats but my last one was i went a licensed locomotive engineer, conductor, and brakeman." "halterman describes himself as a citizen activist. he says there are issues at city hall that need to be addressed." "i felt that you were actually evident to the cedar falls citizens that watch the council. they've restricted out access, they've restricted us from actually exactly what happened when it came to university avenue. he personally believes the decision to put six roundabouts within two made long before community information meetings. "i believe the majority of the citizens are not in favor of the it's a waist of tax payer dollars. and i know the majority of businesses, i've talked to most of them along the corridor are extremely against it." in cedar falls nikki newbrough kwwl news.
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mayor candidates this week. tomorrow we will speak with long our profiles on the mayor candidates this week. tomorrow we will speak with long time cedar falls mayor jon crews. reminder-- you can catch all three candidates on the steele report sunday morning. coming up on kwwl... a local high school cross country runner disqualified for his good sportsmanship.
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the hawkeyes upcoming game remains not sold out -- despite the team's undefeated record. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel has your full forecast, coming up... "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel in for mark schnackenberg. it's been a very raw day, and this picture
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jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature 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.
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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 welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel in for mark schnackenberg. it's been a very raw day, and this picture somes up the day in cedar falls. many trees are now bare thanks to the recent rains and the wind. there will be
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even snow flakes. no need to worry about any accumulation, as the precipitation will be light. as we head into tomorrow, i am keeping cloudy, cold, and windy. so another raw afternoon is expected tomorrow. then we see a bit more sunshine and seasonable temperatures as we head into the day on friday. here are the peak wind gusts from today. they were between 35 and 45 here's the current temperatures right now. we are currently in the 30s and 40s across eastern iowa after seeing temperatures in the 50s earlier today. they have been falling ever since. here's the current wind speeds. they are blustery out of the west and created wind chill temperatures, or what it actually feels like outside, in the 20s and 30s. so no question it's a cold evening out there, so you'll want those coats and jackets live doppler radar, showing some light rain across the area. this is more of a drizzly event overnight. as we take a wider view. here's the reason for our to our northwest. we've got another system behind it creating the light rain and even snow showers in parts of northwestern iowa. this is going to continue to wrap around and track east overnight, keeping the chance of light rain
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and even a few light snow showers in the forecast. storm track 7 live weather network just shows overcast skies across eastern iowa. here's future track starting this evening, it's showing some spotty areas of light rain, and even some light snowflakes or ice pellets. that goes to show you how cold it it will be at the surface and the east, wrapping some light snow flurries and rain showers in our northern counties. tomorrow we will keep a mostly cloudy sky in the forecast, with just a few areas otherwise, it will be dry, but the clouds will hang tight until later in the afternoon, where we could see a few peeks of sunshine before the sun sets. here's the storm track 7 forecast for tonight. temperatures will hold steady in the 30s overnight. it will feel much colder with the wind out of a light rain or snow shower. no accumulation expected. here's the forecast for tomorrow. will keep patchy drizzle in the forecast, otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with highs very chilly in the to 20 miles per hour. here's the storm track 7 forecast. we're back to near normal on friday with a partly cloudy sky. we'll have a chance tapering off in the evening. we'll watch that. then we warm up as
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we head into next week. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in strawberry point, aplington, here is additional forecast meteorologist kyle kiel in for many trees are now bare thanks we head into tomorrow, i am so another raw afternoon is between 35 and 45 miles per temperatures in the 50s earlier out of the west and northwest so you'll want those coats and live doppler radar, showing some view. here's the reason for our another system behind it to continue to wrap around and track east overnight, keeping the chance of light rain and overcast skies across eastern showing some spotty areas of light rain, and even some light aloft. as we go throughout the night, our storm system will track to the east, northern counties. tomorrow we will keep a mostly cloudy sky in it will be dry, but the clouds before the sun sets. the 30s overnight. it will feel with the west northwest winds during the morning and afternoon
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an iowa high school coross country runner wins a big race -- but doesn't get credit for it after an act of good sportsmanship.
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davis county high school's zach hougland won the race in columbus junction earlier this week. after finishing -- he noticed another runner was on the ground -- nearly unconscious. zach ran back into the course and helped the runner finish -- however helping another runner in the race -- is against the rules -- and disqualifies both runners. but zach says he still believes he did the right thing. "if i could do it again i probably wouldn't change much because i just did what i thought was right." zach's team did score well enough to qualify for state -- so he will be able to run in the state meet this saturday in fort dodge. and we'll have highlights from the meet on saturday. although the hawkeyes are seven and oh -- saturday's football game against maryland is yet to sell out. some fans say they're concerned -- considering how good the team is playing. however -- the director of athletic communications
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says it most likely has to do with maryland's fans not (steve roe/director of athletic communications) "there's several things that go into ticket the opponent, maryland being new to the big 10 conference." roe says the game should still be one of the highest attended games for hawkeye fans this season. roe says the game should still be one of the highest attended coming up next... game two of the world series between the kansas city roayls and the new york mets.... and we are just ten minutes away from a special playoff edition of friday night heroes... rick coleman joins us next on kwwl.
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kansas city... the new york mets and the k-c royals meet in game two tonight at kauffman stadium... the game is scoreless into the fourth inning--when the mets get on the board first with two on ---lucas duda with a single to left scoring the first run of the game--1-0 new york. but kansas city comes back hard in the fifth --and beat up met's starter jacob degrom who has been almost untouchable in the playoffs.. eric hosmer who drove in the winning run last night drives in the go-ahead runs tonight off degrom.... kansas city roughs up degrom for four runs in the inning and cruise to 7-1 win to
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take a 2 games to none lead in the series.
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edition of friday night heroes-- we have 15 games on tap with live reports from cedar rapids---where unbeaten kennedy gets off to a great start---and mount vernon--- where there was a double header.. iowa city and waterloo. we begin the night in class a, 8-1 denver begins its playoff run at home against 4-5 mason city newman the cyclones were looking to make quick work of the knights. they wasted no time doing so as mitchel siech makes a defender miss on his way to the endzone as denver goes up 7-0 early in the first quarter. newman trying to fight
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back but the denver defense was just too tough up front. the cyclones continued to add to their lead as mitchel siech finds the endzone once again for a ten yard score. denver goes up 14-0. after another three and out for newman, denver wouldn't let up. this time izaack shedenhelm gets in on the action with a nine yard score as the cyclones extend their lead to 20. the knights fighting back in the second quarter, austin eckenrod goes deep but finds denver's creed krueger instead. the cyclones would take advantage of the turnover with another izaack shedenhelm score from five yards out. this put denver up 28-0 halfway through the second quarter. denver would blow out mason city newman 59-0 to advance to round two. also in class a ..7-2 gladbrook-reinbeck hosts east buchanan in a first
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playoffs on five game winning streaks... eric stokes would get the ball early and often. he scores the games first touchdown...making some nice moves...a five yard run for a seven nothing lead. then it's stokes again on the next possession. he stiff arms one defender picking up twenty yards...but he fumbles the ball. hunter lott is right there to pick it up and gain another twenty yards for the rebels. on the next play, stokes gets his second t-d of the game. a two point conversion made it fifteen to zero. the rebel d played strong as well. kainen hendricks and tyler eiffler converge on the runner for a loss of one. then it's stokes again...this time from fifteen yards out. gladbrook reinbeck gets the win tonight...thirty five to nothing. also in class 1a,,8-1 dike-new hartford hosts 3-6 central springs. joe surma is here with the latest.. dike-new hartford won its first
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