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charged with stabbing 23 year old jimmi-jon lint multiple times, lint later died from his injuries. in court, the state requested a significant cash only bond... "there are significant concerns for safety to the public." the judge agreed setting bond for the murder at $750,000 cash and and additional $250,000 cash on parole lehman has been convicted of third degree sexual abuse twice in the past, once in johnson county and a aother time in clayton county. (nats) the stabbing incident remains under investigation and lehman remains at the linn county jail.... lehman will have his preliminary and lehman remains at the linn county jail.... lehman will have his preliminary hearing in court on november 25th....
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w've got you covered live in dar rapids, kristin rogers ...kwwl news. as kristin mentioned the incident remains under investigation, we will contnue to keeo you updated as we learn more. itits been a soggy day today and from the looks of it, it's going to continue to be soggy the next couple days - let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg who's tracking these rains. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rrn becomes scattered and light tuesday night through wednesday. some locations could see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll back in thursday night.there is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. situation. scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scattered and light tuesday night through wednesday. some locations couud see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll back in
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thursday night.there is a chance of rin friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/niit. little to no accumumlation is expected at this point. we will continue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes after a fatal crash killing a 20-year-old raymond man joshua dunt pleading guilt to vehicular homicide after last years crash in washburn. he collided head on with warren van wie'e' car van wie had to be cut out, and died shortly after from his injuries. van wie's family was at the hearing today. arren made a huge impact on a lot of people....he had a lot kid" dunt plead guilty to the maximum sentence... toxicology reports found he was under the influence of xanax
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at least 129 people are dead after a terrorist attack in paris. the french minister says 23 people have been arrested...while 104 others have been detained for questioning. the attacks happened at a concet hall, the soccer stadium, and at least two restaurants in paris. tonight we're hearing from eastern iowans in the heart of it all. kwwl's ikki newbrough joins us live. nikki you spoke to a couple people currently in france today. we spoke to two eastern iowans through skype...one is in paris on business, the other one is a forign exchange student. imagine enjoying yur time there...only to be in the mix of heathershaw, born and raised in waterloo...now in paris for business. he says he was at a bar 9:00 phone call to make with our san fransisco office and i headed back to the hotel." it was ter that phone call he heard little by little what was happening. that bar...just six
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blocks from one of the attacks. "it just seemed to be completely chaotic." while isu junior and cedar rapids native trevor luebe was at the stadium. "i heard one explosion and everyone just kind of cheered and a little bit later there was another one. same responce, som people were a little confused. they just thought it was part of the game." soon word spread throughout the crowd about what was happening. but they stayed until the end of the game. "all these people from the stadium going down one way, out and eventually we're led to the metro and i remember when we went across one road, there was two busses that went infront of us, it was full of military." luebe sayy it was two hours after the attacks, he was finally able to
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luebe says he will be leaving france decemeber 19th. he says he knows of a number of student, where their parents have told them to get home. ...kwwl news. ring a news conference today in turkey, president obba said there will be no u-s ground troops sent to fight isis. the presidenttold reporters that would be a mistake. mr. obama saiai the u-s will (president barack obama :18) "there will be an intensification of the strategy that we put strategy that ultimately is going to work. but as i said from the start 's going to take time." last month, obama committed to seseing "less than 50" specialal operations forces to syria to help
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not everyone agrees with obama's decision to not bring troops over to fight isis. bernie sanders was in indianola today where he talked about nations coming together to stop isis. (sen. bernie sanderr/(d) some of russia's action, but russia has got to join us. we are concerned about iran, but iran has to join us. we have countries throughout the world together and say we have a common enemy here, an enemy that is doing barbaric things and this is an enemy that have got to be defeated, and my view is that peopleehave got to get boots on the ground.. republican presidential candidates are also responding to the terror attack and refugees. ben carson called on congress to block funds for programs that would allow syrian refugees into the u-s. and donald trump said he would strongly consider closing u-s mosques
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due to the paris attacks. late friday someone sprayed shaving cream on the statue of george ashington carver. carver was isu's first african american student, who went on to become a world renowed agriculturalist. today university muueums officials were out inspecting the damage. the shaving cream was cleaned off friday, but so far it is not aaron delashmutt/ deputy chief isu police department might be in the area, ddsn't appear thatthere's any video that captures that area, we're who may have done this. isu president steven leath issued a statement saying it is not known whether the motitie for the vandaliim was racial in nature, but the school takes this act of vandalism very seriously and
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nine people are without a home tonight after a fire rips through a o'clock this morning in the 900 block of center place in dubuque. kw-wl's#shirley descorbeth spoke to a neighbor that t lerted everyone inside the home of the fire. she's live near the scene now. shirley...what did that neighbor see? the neighbor i spoke to was on his way out the door...then noticed flames coming out of the top of the nearby duplex. at that moment...he sprang into action, and began pounding on the doors. firefighters on scene for more than two hours putting out the fire ...which started in the attic. a neighbor says he oticed flames coming out of the top of the house...then called 9-1-1. the nine people who live in the two units made itout afely...but as you can imagine, were visibly shaken by the ordeal. the man whohohelped save t te "everyone was dead asleep this morning, and then i'm pounding
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try to run in...make some more noise try to see if there's anything else i can help with." once again -- no one injured, but...a cat and dog are missing from one of the units. at last word....crews have not bben able to find them. american red cross was on scene helping the people affected. a guy that lives in one of the units told me...he doesn't know what's next...doesn't know whhre they'll go. we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth.... ...kwwl news. at this point -- fire investigators say they're still trying to determine the cause of the fire. a business has to rebuild after a semi crashed through its building. the owner of faust millwork and cabinetry in dyersville says she got a call this rning around six o'clock saying a semi from across the street rolled into her business. you can see the damage...where police say the unattended semi
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went through the building...it's brake hadn't been set. the damage will cost thousands to fix...but the owner is good spirits about the situation... "we're just lucky it rollled in between tow of the ibeams of the steel buildings, so it's not as ad as it could be." no one was injured in the incident. the business owner says their insurance will help with the damages. an influential iowa lawmaker says he's backing senator ted cruz for president. republican congressman steve king made his announcement this morning in des moines. he says cruz is the one candidate who will fight unapoogetically for conservative principles. coming up on kwkwl, an iowa student coalition continues to voice their concerns with the new university president. and - the panthers prepare for
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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: scattered showers tonight become widespread tueueday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scattered and light tuesday night through wednesday. some locations could see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostlyy sunny before more clouds roll back in thursday night.there is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/nigh. little to no accumulation is expected at this point. we will continue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scatteeed and light tuesday night through wednesday. some locations could see up to two inches of rain rough wednesday evening. thursday & turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll back in thursday night. there is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. little to no
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point. we will continue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scattered and light tuesday niniht through wednesday. some locations could see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll baa in thursdayy night. there is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. little to no accumulation is expected at this point. we willlontinue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become widespread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scattered and light tuesday night throukh wednesday.some locations could see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll back in thursday night. there is a chahace of rain friiay to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. little to no accumulation is expected at this
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point. we will continue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become wiispread tuesday with isolated storms mixed in. the rain becomes scattered and light tuesday night through wednesday. some locations could see up to two inches of rain through wednesday evening. thursday turns mostly sunny before more clouds roll back in thursday night. there is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. little to no accumulation is expected at this point. we will continue to track this situation.scattered showers tonight become idespread tuesday with isololted storms voice their concerns towards university of iowa's new president - - bruce harreld. today - - the newly formed -
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universities coalition held a press conference demanding a public forum with president harreld. kwwl's jessica hartman spoke with the coalition. jessica, what are their concernsns the group has a lot of concerns - - but the two biggest ones they want president harrrrld to address first - - funding cuts and sexual assaults on campus. it looks like a quiet rainy mondayon campus. but for some at the university of iowa - they are believe its very important for herrald to be accountable to his constituents." harreld has already met privately with various group representatives, but has yet to agreed yet to a public meeting. as part of its effort to get harreld's attention - - the coalition will be having a campus community assembly tuesday night. "where community and campus members decide what kind of strategies they think are most effective here, fitting i i to the culture at the university assembly - - two men who were influential in the recent protests on the
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campus of the university of missouri - - that resulted in the system president stepping down. jeanette gabieral "they have successfully pushed for the resignatioio of their president, who came out of the private sector and had no experience in public education; who was tone deaf to the issues of the at this time the group does not have plans to pursue at this time the group does not have plans to pursue the same extreme protest measure taken at mizzou. the university released this statement in response: "in coming weeks, president harreld has meetings scheduled th members of the black student advisory committee, the student
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misconduct and the student philanthropy group. at this point he is doing more listening than talking." we've got you covered live in newsroom -- jessica hartman --kwwl news. the community assembly will be tomorrow night at 7 at the van allen hall on campus. coming up... we'll hear from ben jacobson as the uni basketball team gets set for an early morning battle tomorrow -- and the regular season finale looms this saturday for e panther football team as they go after 5 in a row and a possible playoff bid "now, kwwl sports." i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in studede loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university. and you u ght to be able to refinance student debt. and i don't believe the federal government should be
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who are borrowing to be able to get their education. we have got to make collegeg affordable.
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the uni football team -- knowing they had to win their last 5 games
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-- now sits just one victory from accomplishing that task -- only southern illinois stands in their way -- and the panthers seem to be peaking at the right time -- which is especially tru for quarterbaa aaron bailey -- bailey hasasrush for eight touchdowns over the last 2 contests -- as the panthers outscored indiana state and missouri state by a combined score of 100 to 13 -- but the most important game is saturday -- and mark farley says his team's fully aware of what's on. we haven't focused on it is for the opponent, each game is a big game for us. we justtneed to put the same mindset in to this one. of course if uni gets the winin-- all eyes will be focused on that the panther basketball team has another tough one tomorrow when they face stephen f austin -- bright and early -- 7 a-m in the mcleod center - - uni shot well on saturday -- but came up short against colorado state
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last weekend's home opener -- it was a game that saw the panthers give up 36 poiits in the paint -- and that defensive effort was not even we spent a lot of time over the to well enough, so that side of really fast. again -- it's a 7 a-m tipoff tomorrow morning as the panthers host stephen f austin -- rain shortened the sprint cup's trip to phoenix last night -- dale earnhardt junior earned tt win -- in the last qualifier before the finale in the chase for the sprint cup next week at homestead -- kevin harvick, kyle busch, and martin truex junior r ill join jeff gordon as the final four racing for a title -- with so much on the line last night -- nascar's taken some heat from
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people are sick and tired of estababshment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders --
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husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded byover a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in.
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jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing.
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i know how to do t ts because i was s ivileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rososin people's pockets.s. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. [ buzzing ] wheel... of... fortune! ladies and gentlemen, here are the stars of america's game, pat sajak and vanna white. oh! hey. hi, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thanks, jim. that was quite a walk, wasn't it? it w w. thanks a l l. appreciate it. see you later.
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