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hit this morning was transfered to iowa city from allen hospital. they say is condition worsened. the man who was hit was 33--ar-old robert johnsonn.... police say he darted out into traffic before he was hit. now i spoke with several people who walk to their bus stops along university avenue almost every pretty fast you know it's 45 get across university." "it was about 6:45 this morning that i almost got hit." police are still investigating the accident. they tell me johnson lives along university avenue in cedar falls..... not far from whe he is hit... i asked police where he may have been headed - or what he was doing - at the time of the accident -- we've got you covered... live in waterlooo... amanda gilbert...kwwl news. again--this is not the first report of
university. just last week a woman died after stepping in front of a car on university avenue. the driver was not ticketed. we're working to get more details about an officer involved shooting in waterloo. here's the video from a viewer showing what happened. nats you hear police fire four shots. lice tried t stop the suspect -- brandon seeley -- on a probation violation. they say he wouldn't -- and then drove at an officer who had gotten out of his squad car. that's when the officer fired -- wounding seeley. seeley continued to drive -- but was later arrested and taken to the hospital. as kf this morning, seeley was still in the hospital. the d-c-i is now investigating. let's slow down the video and give you another look.... if you look closely, you can see the officer runs into the street, in an effort to get seeley keeps on going, and at ast fofor shots are ired, and seeley is
wounded. the officer's name has not been released. let's go to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan now for your first forecast. it's another above average day. we willlee temperaturee back in the 60s. here are the current temperatures across eastern iowa. we have some areas in the 50s, other areas in the 60s. the conditions throughout the afternoon. we started off with areas of fog this morning, and now we are still eeing some areas of fog, but we are e also seeing some sunshine. we'll continue with a partly to mostly sunny sky this afternoon. here's the storm track 7 live weather network cameras showing the mix of clouds and sun. e
donald trump are virtually tied as frontrunners for the republican presidential nomination. according to a quinnipiac university poll released today- trump takes 24 percent of the g-o-p support while carson is at 23 percent. in a head to head matchup in the general election, carson tops democratic frontrunner hillary clinton by 10 points... 50 to 40 percent. against trump, clinton only holds a three point lead. the poll was conducted across the nation from october 29th to november 2nd continuing coverage: a trial is underway for a man accused of stabbing and killing his ex- girlfriend in the parking lot of a marion hy-vee earlier this year. nicholas luerkens ow facing first degrr murder in the death of 29-year-old lynnsey donald. yesterday five different witnesses shared what they saw on that day in april. during the trial... jurors are expected to see a surveilance deo
authorities end the mystery surrounding the death of an illinois officer. new information has unfolded into what exactly happened to the officer's death that started a massive manhunt. this morning the announcement was made --- saying the officer took his own life. "this extensive investigation has concluded with an we have determined this stagged gliniewicz had been committing. two months ago, the fox lake lieutenant called for help --- saying he was chasing three suspicious men. backup officers later found his body 50 yards rom his squad car. he had been shot wiih his own weapon. it also started a manhunt for these suspects. charges have been filed against the woman accused of intentionally driving her car into a crowd of people.
university's homecoming parade. adacia chambers is charged with four counts of second- degree murder and 46-counts of felony assault. she's 25 years old. last month, police say chambees drove around a barricade and into a crowd of people watching the parade. four people were killed, including a two-year-old boy. chambers is behind bars on a one-million dollar bond. if convicted, she faces at least 10- years in prison for each of the second-degree murder charges. now to decision 2015 coverage cedar falls voters head back to the polls on decembbr first. there were hree people on yesterday's ballot but nobody received the fifty percent needed to win outright. so the top two, school board mayor jon crews will go head to head crews say brown ran a h hh financededcampaign, so he's ready to tackle this one... "its obviously going out to the voters convincing them 4o change their mind, majoirty of people did not vote in cedar falls.
he's very pleased with how last night went. he says it's me to go right back to work toda.... putting a plan togethhr, sticking to the message, getting volutneers out, we'll give it the best shot we can" watereroo voters will so head back to the polls on december first. none of the candidates recieved more than 50 percent of the vote. so the two candidates receiving the most votes -- councilman quentin art and formerrmayor titi hurley -- go head to head in and a look at some levy questions -- voters did approve the grout museum levy. it passed easily, getting nearly 59- percent voter approval. in cedar rapids -- voters say no to the library levy. 55 percent voting against the slight property tax increase... (cg: david tominsky/ co chair library levy campaign)
we think is progress and thats fine that just tells me theres a thing." now, the library may need to cut back on hours or close one day a week. prince william and kate have beben focusing on b bllying at school and mental health issues among young people ... and now they're reportedly taking on the online bullies. nbc's keir simmons reports from london. they became more aware of the growing problem after months, they really worry about the effect on children. (sot/ camilla tominey/ royal editor :14-:17) "who knows prince g gorge is reportedly plan to put pressure on social media companies... to change the statistics. 33% of teenagers have been victims of cyber bullying... one million children were harassed, threatened or subject to other forms of cyber bullying on facebook last year... while 67% of young people think cyber bullying is a kate was hersrslf
(sot/ camilla tominey/ royal editor) "she thinks that young people attacks and it's one thing playground bullying which is what kate experienced... this is online and more pernicious." two parents wanting to are on the internn. (on cam) s/ keir simmons/ nbc news/ london, england 1:01-1:22 "we have yet to find out when that meeting between the heads parents, we all have that experience seeing our children jump on smart phones and on that even royal parentsshave the same challenges. back to you." a focus on bullying is a part of prince william and kate's charity commitments. coming up...
storm track 7 live doppler radar is dry, but there is some rain in the forecass. details inn just a few minutes. we'll be right back with your "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional orecast informattn from the kwwl stormtrrck 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. many of us starting off with fog once again this morning. this was taken by steve near hudson early this morning arounddsunrise, you can see the fog. it wasn't too dense at the surface, but none the less there was some fog. this afternoon we will continue to see partly to mostly sunny skies as the fog continues to
burn off. it will alsoobe breezy..as we go throughout the day tomorrow we will see a mostly cloudy sky with the chance for rain in the afternoon, along with a few isolated thunderstorms. then we see a dry, cool and breezy day behind that system on friday. temperatures right now are anything but cool. current temperatures across eastern iowa are in the 60s right now. it's also a little bit breezy with winds out of the south from 1- to 20 miles per hour. this is helping keep our temperatures warm, and that will be the case on thursday until we have a cold front track through the area, and that will really cool r temmeratures down.n.storm track 7 live weather network shows just a mix of sun and clouds across eastern iow but no rain. here's the storm track 7 satellite and radar. it's showing a mix of the low clouds, fog, and sunshine across eastern iowa. the clouds will slowly dissipate this
partly to mostly sunny skyy as we take a wider view, we are watching our next storm system develop to the southwest. doesn't look like much now, but this storm is in the developing stages, and will track into our area later ttorrow afternoon and especially tomorrow evening, bringing our next chance for rain. let's track it out $& with our future track. starting this afternoon, just a mix of sun and clouds. so as you head home from work, the sun sets just before 5 o'clock this evening, so it will be a decent sunset across eastern iowa. as we head throughout the overnight, we will start of with partly to mostly clear skies, but as our system tracks closer to the
do... neighbors step in to help a farmer in bondurant. cris friedrickson's father just lost his battle with pancreatic cancer anddis 7-year-old son is fighting brain cancer for a second time. so his friends climbed in their combines and helped him finish harvesting his crop... "when something happens then neighbirs. going is tough, everyone comes togetherr" they helped clear 3-hundred acres of land. coming up.... one couple is saying "oh deer" when an animal decides to photobomb thier newborn's angelic picture and, the golden arches is trying something new on the menu --and it could soon be avaliable in e u-s tails coming up you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in coralville, allison, dyersville and all of
if you're an adult with type 2 diabetes and your a1c is not at goal with certain diabetes pills or daily insulin, your doctor may be talking about adding medication to help lower your a1c. ask youroctor if adding once-a-week tanzeum is right for you. once-a-week tanzeum is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes, along with diet and exercise. once-a-week tanzeum works by helping your body release its own natural insulin when it's needed. tanzeum is not recommended
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common side effects with tanzeum include diarrhea, nausea, injection site reactions, cough, back pain, and cold or flu symptoms.. some serious side effects can lead to dehydration which may cause kidney failure. ask your doctor if adding once-a-week tanzeum is right for you. go t ttanzeum.com totoearn if you may be eligible to receive tanzeum free for 12 months. make every week a tanzeum week. a curious deer photo-bombs a newborn's photo shoot. the photographer set the fall with baby conner... when she says the deer walked out from the trees and surprised them. she says this is not the first time the deer has made an appearance-- she's even named it. she says maggie has been sneaking into her photos since the beginning of the summer. an australian hunter says he was lucky to survive being lost in the days. this man said he stayed alive by eating ants.
he went missing trying to catch a camel. he was found by trackers nine miles from where he disappearard... the firr day i ate probably or the other if they want to call me an ant man, i don't care the man says it was all about luck -- not about being tough--to be able to survive. coming up.... the government is now looking out for everyone when it comes to retirement. their plans nexex. and, amazon is moving beyond the internet and opening an actual retail store. this is kwwl-- we'll be right back. 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
today, the gove the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the i iq war, supportiti veterans. nonohe's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-n-ee public colleges.
people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] rnie sanders -- husbsbd, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. account. it's meant to help lower- and middle-e- class americcns jump start their retirement savings. my-r-a is a program aimed at workers who don't have access to a 401-k account from work. the retirement account is for americans who earn less than 1-hundred 31-thousand or married couples who file jointly making $193- thousand or less.
you can start saving money directly from your paycheck, from your checking or savings account or even from a tax refund. you can find out more at y-r-a dot gov. mcdonald's is getting into the gourmet burger business, but you have to go to britain to try one. the fast-food giant is launching a signature collection of gourmet burgers at dozens of u-k restaarants today. they are made-to- order and thicker than traditional mcdonald's burgers. that means customers may have to wait a bit longer for their they coul expand across britain and possibby appear in n e u-s. mcdonald's has struggled in recent years with lagging profits. but u-s sales are starting to rebound, thanks to a revamped menu and new allmday breakfast items. amazon moves beyond the internet -- opening a retail store in seattle. the new store is called "amazon books." it looks a lot like bookstores in malls across the country. below each book on the shel is a card with either a customer revevew or
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 o or him. that d dn'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 gernment...' 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
away. today i want to share the rereipe for my grandmother's honey y ake, which was s assed down to my cousin from my aunt. all she did was mix together some eggs, oil, vanilla and sugar. once it was mixed, she added some brewed coffee, a bit of red wine and slowly added it to the batter. she spooned this into a couple of loaf pans and intt the oven tell you it was the longest hour in history. but when they came out of the oven, i can still grandmother's honey cake," it's online now waiting for you. it's one of those recipes that i've never forgotten. i'm howard with lly in the mrrfood test kitchen, where today we found a "memorable way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at noon." now on the kwwl news at noon. a wall is known for its colorful stickiness -- but now --the the
stickiness -- but now --the the sticky substance is coming down plus, are t-s-a scsceenings actually effective? detaiis ahead and, it's a no to ohio. voters say no to legalizing recreational marijuana. welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher we're currennly followinn breaking news: five students have been stabbed at the university of california in merced. the schoolas announced the stabbing on twitter. the suspect was shot and killed. the campus has been closed, andd classes are canceled, according to the university. two of those stabbed were air- lifted for treatment --and the three others were treated on campus. for the second time in less than a
week - police are investigating after a person is hit by a car. police say a man darted into traffic on university avenue at midway around one in the morning before he was hit. right now police tell us the man was transfered to iowa city from allen hospital. his condition is unknown at this time. we'll continue to follow this story this afternoon and have more at 5 and 6. it's another above aaerage day. we will see temperatures back in the 60s. here are the current temperatures across eastern iowa. we have some areas in the miles per hour, so weeill continue with the breezy conditions throughout the afternoon. we started off with areas of fog this morning, and now we are still seeing some areas of fog, but we are also seeing some sunshine. we'll continue with a partly to mostly sunny sky this afternoon. here's the storm track 7 live weather network cameras showing the mix of clouds and sun. we stay dry this afternoon but there is a chance for raii as we head to thursday. we'll time that out
let's go to storm track seven we're coming off election day legalaze recreational marijuana goes up in smoke. voters said no. reid binion has reaction. other elections across the country. in ohio...the plan to legalize recreational marijuana goes up in smoke. voters said no. reid biniin has reaction. "this was, folks, the first step to legalization. we're not going away. (applause) we're not going away." ian james, of the group "responsible ohio," doesn't have to go
....but his organization's plan to legalize marijuana in the state does have to go back to the drawing board. this, after ohio voters tuesday rejected "issue three" ... ...the first ballot measure in recreational marijuana. it would have would have allowed marijuana plants in small amounts. but "issue threeehad issues of its own.... gotten exclusive commercial growing rights for a period of four years. advocacy groups, by effectively writing themselves into the law. "issue 3 was designed and built investors." ththse investors included celebrities likik singer nick investors will have to wait to cash in on pot profits in ohio... ...the issue will be on ballots in several states next year. i'm reid binion, reporting.
of the republicans running for president, praised the results in a statement by saying, "ohioans said no to easy access to drugs and inead chose a path that helps rengthen familiis and communities." a surveillance camera could be the key to the case -- after a city bus hits an elderly woman as she crosses the street. it happened in brooklyn. you can see the woman look both ways before crossing, the out- of-service bus comes through and we won't show what happened next. the 70-year-old woman died. the driver keeps going. "he stopped. i don't know whether he kew but he stopped realilie. i have no iiea." the driver was later arrested and is now facing multiple charges. new report shows there's nn proof the t-s-a's screening methods are effective. apparently, the agency lacks consistent performance measures to know if it's achieving its goals. representatives from t-s-a and the dedeartment of homeland security being grilled by congress
yesterday. "you're not a very good recruitment's horrible, the training's horrible, retention is horrible it just goes on and on." homelandndsecurity agents successfully smuggled guns, knives and even fake explosives past tsa checkpoints in an undercover operation. a tractor company wants to be the first american manufacturer to set up shop in cuba. the alabama company debuted their company's small tractor at the havana international trade fair. the tractor is designed for cuban smallfarmers. they're waiting on approvvl from the cuban government. "we're optimistic that we will receive that approval soon and looking forward to bringing the tractor here." no word on whether john deeree would be interested in operating in cuba -- though they obviously have offices across the world. a lawsuit is filed in connection to an e-coli outbreak at dozens of chipotle restaurants in the northwest
it's the first l lwsuit. a woman is seeking at least 75-thousand dollars in her federal lawsuit. chipotle has not commented on the suit. the restaurant chain has temporarily closed 43 locations in washington state and oregon after multiple cases of e-coli. it's a happy ending and a new beginning for a newborn found abandoned near a clinic. an employee spotted a jacket -- then i i moved. inside, she found a newborn baby, with her umbilical chord still attached. the chicago fire department says the infant was in good condition. the child is now in state custody. the illinois safe hhen law requires a newborn to be handed over personally to a staff member at a hospital, police or fire station... "at least just go to the here." iowa also has safe haven law. a goat got loose in a massachusetts town ... and handed the local police department lots of "likes" on facebook . take a look at this! police had gotten a call about a
gogot on the loose. they say its not uncommon to get these sorts of calls in the town. but the goat actually found them -- in fact, it walked right up to the window, propped itself up, and gave the window a big sloppy kiss. image posted o o the department's facebook page had received over three-thousand likes seattle's pike place market is getting ready to scrub down its iconic gum wall. for the first time in 20 years -- the gum is being stripped off. the dirty work begins next week and is expected to take a few days. there are an estimated 150 wads on that wall. "i believe that within 24 hours there will be gum back on the gum wall and we expect that and we think that's great. so don't worry -- they apparently have no problems with you sticking fresh gum on the wall. coming up ... a mets fan gets a little too excited and decides to get a tattoo before the
forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. many of us starting off with fog once again this morning around sunrise, you can see the fog. it wasn't too dense at the surface, but none the as the fog continues to burn off. it will alsoobe breezy. as we go throughout the day tomorrow we will see a mostly cloudy sky with the chance for rain in the afternoon, along with a few isolated
thunderstorms. then we ee a dry,, cool and breezy day behind that system on friday. temperatures right now are anything but cool. current temperatures across eastern iowa are in the 60s right now. it's also littll bit breezy with winds out of the south from 1- to 20 miles per hour. this is helping keep our temperatures warm, and that will be the case on thursday until we have a cold front track through the area, and that will really cool our temperatures down. storm track 7 live weather network shows just a mix of sun and clouds across eastern iowa, but no rain. here's the storm track 7 sasaellite and radar. ii's showing a mix of the low clouds, fog, and sunshine across eastern iowa. the clouds will slowly dissipate this afternoon, so we are going to e a partly to mostly sunny sky. as we take a wider view, we are watching our next storm system develop to the southwest. doesn't look like much now,,but this storm is in the
developing stages, a ad will track into our area later tomorrow afternoon and especially tomorrow evening, bringing our next chance for rain. let's track it out with our future track. starting this afternoon, just a mix of sun and clouds. so as you head home from work, the sun sets just before 5 o'clock this evening, so it will be a decent sunsettcross eastern iowa. as we head throughout the overnight, we will start of with partly to mostly clear skies, but as our system tracks closer to the area, we will see an inccase in clouds. there could be a few patchy areas of drizzle, but we will stay dry. there could also be patchy areas of fog. as we go throughout the day on thursday, we will continue with mostly cloudy skies. there could be a couple spotty showers early
woman: my mom and i have the same hands. same eyes. same laugh. and since she's had moderate alzheimer's disease, i'veveiscovered we have the same fighting spirit, too. that's why i asked her doctor about new once-a-day namzaric . vo: new namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease
and can continue to take certain doses of both namenda and donepezil. new namzaric is the first and only treatment to combine 2 proven alzheimer's medicines into a single once-a-day capsule that works 2 ways to fight t t symptoms of moderatatto severe alzheimer's disease. once-a-day namzaric may improve cognition and overall function and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change how the disease progresses. it s suldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, donepezil, piperidine or any of the ingredients in namzaric. before starting treatment, tell the doctor about any medical conditions they have... including heart or lung problems,seizures, stomach ulcers, bladder, kidney, or liver problems. tell the doctor if the patient will have any procedures involving anesthesia, which may cause muscle problems. other serious side effects may occur, including slow heartbeat and fainting; increased stomach acid, which may raise the chance of ulcers and bleeding; nausea and vomiting; difficulty passing urine, seizures, and worsening of lung problems.
are headache, diarrhea, dizziness, loss of appetite, and bruising. woman: mom and i share a lot of moments. and we're making the most of each one. vo: ask your doctor if new namzaric is right for your loved one. julie gage, publicrelations strategist annevent coordinator event: mike and leona adams 33rd annual
ponsored by veridian credii union and the retirees of the local 838 union date: monday, november 23 location: local 838 union hall, 2615 washington st, waterloo time: 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. the mike and leona adams thanksgiving dinner began 33 years ago when many people in the community were hit by tough economic mes and lost their jobs. mike and leona adams asked veridian to help the retirees of
traditional thanksgiving meal for those in need. we plan to continue the tradition as long as there is a need in the community. average number of people served: last year we served 560 people at the union hall and 350 home delivered meals through a partnership with northeast iowa area agency on aging
traditional thanksports fans with premature tatttos. c-n-n's jeanne moos reports. when college student josh davis got his "world champs new york mets" tattoo... (josh davis/ny mets fan) experienced." but not as bad as the pain he experienced when his beloved mets lost the world series that his (jeanne moos) "when you had the impulse to get it you weren't inking while drinking were you? (josh davis) "oh no, not at all. i was completely sober. sober and faithful. (jeanne moos/reporting) "don't feel bad, josh, you're
the first to suffer from pst, premature sports tattooing." neither the cowboys, nor the nationals, nor the detroit lions lived up to premature tattoos. and when the seattle seahawks failed to become "back tattoo. but our met fan had no regrets... (josh davis) "no not at all. to me it's just always gonna remind me of this year and they really did have a great year." josh noo joins those adorned withthrroneous ink..."belive" for "believe"..."strenth" without the "g" and this stab in name?" and how about all the bad grammar..."never don't give up." "it's get better." talk about rejects. there are entire websites devoted to tattoo
johnny depp updated his tattoo. while dating winona ryder he got one saying "winona forever." when they broke up he turn hii into a generer mets tribute but for now, he's enjoying the attention.... (jeanne moos) "oh yeah." (josh davis) "i'll leave it for a bit. when i think before you ink, they say...or you may have to eat your words. ouch! (jeanne moos) "can we take one more look at it?"