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impressed me. his tenasity impressed me and then when we did hire him, his tenacity showed on the job." that passion for serving the community was not limited to the waterloo police department. coming up - - more on officer liddle's time on the force and his dedication to his community in other areas of his life. i'm working on that story for six. we've got you covered ...jessica hartman kwwl news. waterloo police are working to determine if due to circumstances of stress during his last shift wednesday night - - if liddle's death qualifies as a line of duty death. may be a rainy halloween... let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg is
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete eather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: rain spreads across the area tonight through saturday morning before tapering off around midday. rain totals will be less than 0.50". the clouds upper 40s. sunshine and warmer temperatures make for a pleasant 70s. continueing coverage. the search continues for
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today-- family, friends, teachers, and classmates coming together to look for moe sed. take a look at his photo right here. he was last seen at his home a week ago thursday. the waterloo west high school student is a refugee from burma. his family is worried because moe sed has special needs and is in need of his medicine. kwwl's nikki newbrough is live in downtown waterloo. nikki you went along with one of those groups seaching for moe sed. there have been a number of searches for moe sed. what they're doing is handing out posters like this to people and businesses around town....asking if anyone has seen this moe sed. it's been several days since moe sed left through the front door of his home and never "i believe he's still alive" his father and mother have been searching every day....but on this day dozens of other have joined them. seen moe sed.) moe sed teachers organized this effort on their in...including some of his classmates.
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five foot tall, 150 pound teen with black/redish hair. we find him. i think it's very hard for the burmese community to have people come out and find him. i just really feel bad for the family having this happen to him." it's an effort the family of moe sed is pleased to see. because maybe soon their loved one will be home. "i put the faith in god's hands and if god touch his heart he'll come home and for now i heard nothing so i don't know." i also spoke to moe sed's teachers today. they say it's hard when the kids at
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continue to see his empty desk. if you have any information please contact police. we've got you covered live in downtown waterloo nikki newbrough kwwl news. there will be a prayer service for moe sed on sunday at five o'clock. it will be at the first baptist church in waterloo. also in continuing coverage... a man shot at by police outside a nightclub is arrested in connection to the incident... jovan webb was picked up by davenport police on multiple warrants connected to the april fifth officer- involved shooting... two waterloo officers shot at webb's car seven times outside the new world lounge two, after he hit their fellow officer with his car several times... all the officers were cleared by the attorney general's office in august... it was deemed they used appropriate force. a jury finds a man guilty of shooting and killing an
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roderick ward junior was found guilty of second degree murder yesterday. ward shot and killed 27-year-old gary wilson in early august of last year... prosecutors say ward was arguing with wilson, wilson followed ward into his home -- which is apparently where ward shot him several times. wilson died later at the hospital. a woman picks up the pieces after her home was destroyed during an explosion this week. on monday -- this home on maple street in janesville -- was blown off its foundation -- following a gas leak in the furnace. the person living in the home says the furnace was 17 years old -- and believes it quit working a few days before the explosion. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live in the newsroom with the details. mac -- how is this lady feeling now? ron -- melanie kammeyer says she's happy everyone is safe -- but extremely sad her childhood home is destroyed. melanie says her boyfriend michael walked outside moments before the explosion -- but two of her
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were inside. she says the two dogs only experienced a few bumps and scrapes. even though the home "that's all up in the air right now. that's way down the road. so, it's just a matter a matter room with three dogs is no fun." right now -- melanie says she's trying to find a place to rent that accepts pets. and a go fund me account has been set up to help melanie through the process. we've got you covered in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. thanks mac. and according melanie's friends -- nearly 200 bucks has been raised so far. coming up... unexplained noises... a mysterious woman roaming the halls... "did lilly die here...why is her ghost here?" we take a look inside one of iowa's most "haunted" places... that's
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here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast next. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. "you're watching kwwl. we've meteorologist mark schnackenberg. this is the kwwl --------- --------- --------- "now your storm track 7
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl before tapering off around midday. rain totals will be less than 0.50". the clouds clear saturday evening for trick-or-treating. temperatures at this time will be in the upper 40s. sunshine and warmer temperatures make for a pleasant sunday. high temperatures, monday through wednesday, reach the upper 60s
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rain spreads across the area tonight through saturday morning before tapering off around midday. rain totals will be less than 0.50". the clouds clear saturday evening for trick-or-treating. temperatures at this time will be in the upper 40s. sunshine and warmer temperatures make for a pleasant sunday. high temperatures, monday through wednesday, reach the upper 60s and possible low 70s. rain spreads across the area tonight through saturday morning
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around midday. rain totals will be less than 0.50". the clouds clear saturday evening for trick-or-treating. temperatures at this time will be in the upper 40s. sunshine and warmer temperatures make for a pleasant sunday. high temperatures, monday through wednesday, reach the upper 60s and possible low 70s. rain spreads across the area tonight through saturday morning before tapering off around midday. rain totals will be less than 0.50". the clouds clear saturday evening for
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at this time will be in the upper 40s. sunshine and warmer temperatures make for a pleasant monday through wednesday, reach the upper 60s and possible low 70s. this sunday's steele report will featuyre the 3 candidates for cedar falls mayor...jon crews, jim brown and david halterman. right after meet the press and on kwwl.com coming up... do you believe in ghosts? one eastern iowa hotel may make lily's never done anything bad. she's kind of a jokester more than anything. a look inside one of eastern iowa's "haunted hotels" you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in lawler, ionia, nashua and all of eastern iowa ---------
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so, what are we waiting for? is -- it's haunted by ghosts. the franklin hotel in strawberry point is rumored to house a guest who never checked out... check into the franklin hotel in strawberry point...and you might just be in for a spooky surprise. "most all of the apartments at one time or another, they've had
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hallway." word is...the more than one-hundred year old hotel is haunted. "we had people who would come in and tell us that we had you heard it right...many people say they've seen the ghost of a prostitute known as lilly from the 19-20s. the owner says he saw her once walking around the dining room in a long lavender gown. "i'm literally trying not to get creeped out right now, but legend has it room number seven was lilly's." billi jo, whose been working at the franklin for twenty years has encountered her own experiences with lilly. "lily's never done anything bad. she's kind of a jokester more than anything. we've had a kitchen knife disappear days on end and all of a sudden it'll be back." jokester or not...a mystery remains. "did lilly die here...why is her ghost here?" "we don't know, we figured that she worked here, but we don't know why she stayed." and over
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years...people have been visiting the hotel, including ghost hunters to found out if this legend is true. we've got you covered in strawberry point, shirley descorbeth...kwwl news. the ghost, lilly was named by a blind man who lived at the franklin hotel for many years. many people also say there's a ghost of a little boy there too. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... what the white house has to say about putting american boots on the ground in syria... and.... then -- tips to keep your kids safe this halloween weekend... --------- --------- ---------
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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the chairman of the republican national committee is cutting ties with nbc for a february debate, after the gop debate on wednesday... the chairman said, in a letter to the chairman of nbc news, that nbc's
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their debate poorly... with some offensive and "gotcha" questions designed to embarrass candidates... at this point, the rnc says they still plans to have a debate in houston on feburary 26th... united states troops will be deployed into northern syria... to assist in the fight against isis. despite the fact that the administration has repeatedly said they won't put u-s boots on the bround, president obama authorized teh deployment of a small amount of troops to the area today... white hosue spokesman josh earnest says the troops will not be in a combat role, but they're still on a dangerous mission... military strategy inside of syria is to build up the capacity of local forces, to take the fight to isil on the ground in their own country." our troops will not be responsible for leading the charge in the fight against isis -- the obama administration says they're helping the syrian people on a
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mission..." a new c-d released for iowa kids, by iowa kids is causing some concern because what some of the lyrics say about police officers... "for kids and by kids: iowa rock city volume one" was released in march with project partners like the iowa city public library, the university of iowa office of outreach and engagement, and the englert theater... one track, called "hold your hands up" talks about what to do when you have an encouter with police... here's a listen to some of the lyrics one two three four, think we retaliate? so what do local police officers have to say about those lyrics? hear from them tonight on the kwwl news at six...
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police are reminding people it's important to be safe while out trick-or treating.... they say kids who are trick or treating should have adult supervision and stay in groups. trick-or-treaters should have reflective tape on their costumes or they can carry a flashlight or glowstick with them. people should also stay on sidewalks if they can.... police say this year it's especially import to be cautious because halloween is on a weekend. "theres always a weekend night that would be the bar spescials halloween had fallen during the week usually your trick or treating night is just a certain night for certain hours. but then you still have the heavy bar traffic on either the weekend before or after." with that in mind...captain berte says drunk drivers are especially important to be cautious of this year.... we've been hearing from many of you -- wondering about the times for
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check out our website -- k-w-w-l dot com. when you get to the home page -- click on the 2015 trick-or-treat times in featured reports. you'll find the list of cities with times right there. here's a live look at the waterloo skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. we'll
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the world health organization is addressing the backlash they got after saying processed meats can lead to cancer. they're now saying they weren't asking people to fully stop eating processed meats.. instead just eat it in moderation... though it's not great news, it lightens the blow to those devisated by the bacon bummer... storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your
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boots on ground in syria.
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the fight against isis.

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