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hospital.. a toxiilogoy test showed dunt was under the influence of prescription drugs at the time kwwl's olivia mancino speaking to van wie's family today, she joins us now live i saw joshua dunt walking out of the courtroom in handcuffs-- warren van wie''s family followed him out.. all of them with tears in their eyes. alalough it was an emotional afternoon, nwie's mother says she's grateful to finally have a head on collision on a chilly october night kills an eastern iowa man loved by many. 20-year-old warren van influence of xanax and other prescription drugs "i think about him every day, probably a thousand times a day" a year later, vanwie's mother lori frklin leaves the courtroom teary eyed. she just haa to face her son's killer. how does today feel? "i dont know" vanwie left behind a big family, a fiane, and a seven month old daughter. his family had clothing made in his honor, which they
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wore to dunt's hearing. "warren made a huge impact on a lot of people" just four days prior to dunt's hearing, franklin got the phone call dunt would be pleading guilty to all his charges. she says its a blessing.. but she's not ready for forgiveness. "no...not right now, hopefully someday i can forgive. but not right now." her grief understandable... she'll still suffer from will influence others to think twice before getting behind the wheel when they shouldnt. 'you know the victi never has a choice" again dunt wwill face 25 years, which is the maximum sentence for these charges we've got you covered
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let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now who's tracking it. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for yyur complete weather information. here is additional forecast information fr the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: scattered showers tonight become widespread 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 thurray night. here is a chance of rain friday to mix and possibly change over accumulation is expected at this evening/night. little to no as the investigation advances in europe, we are continuing to learn more about the seven attackers who died in their assault in paris. richard engel has more from paris. as investigators sift through the evidence, we follwed in the attackers' footsteps, which led us - first here, to the quiet mostefai, lived. the mayor told concert murderers, had
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he was radicalized slowly and mosque.. the directo said didn't know anythinabout (graphic wall - with name of vest outside a caf\ and s (link to other level/wall) his brother, salah, who rented a car the killers drove into paris and then - after being stopped and checkededby police officers at a checkpoint, drove back to belgium and disappeared. isis has a habit of telling the world what it's next murderous move is going to be and the world has a habit of ignoring the threat. nats video... in july 2014, n a video (link to other level/wall) stopped anan checked by police officers at a checkpoint, drove back to move is going to be and the world has a habit of ignoring the threat. nats video... in july 2014, in a video message, isis said ittwas going to attack canada. four months later, the canadian parliament was attacked. nats video... today, isis released that new video, in which it called for muolims all over the western a car, even their bare hands, to
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kill. it is a repugnant message, but one that western intelligence agencies are paying closer attention to now. closer attention to now. hands, to kill. itis a now. trevor luebe -- a junior at iowa state university -- was in the soccer stadium at the time of the attack. he's studying in france for the semester. he says people didn't really know what was going on, so they started cheering. but the mood clearly changed after word spread@about what w really happening. "it's just weird that that would happen. i youuknow come from there's a terrist attack. it's
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luebe says it took him a couple hours to finally get ahold of his parents to tell them he was ok. and todody, governor terry branstad calling for the state to refuse any syrian refugee wanting to settle in iowa. he joins nearly 20 other governors who are saying no thanks to those refugees amid fears that a terrorist could slip through the cracks and gain entry to the country. kwwl's brad hanson getting reaction to the governor's announcement today. he joins us live now from the t-h media newsroom in dubuque. and this certainly not a
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statement released today, branstad sayingthat resettling of those refugees should stop until a propee review is done and safety of iowans can be assured. some tonight not happy about that announcement. coming here without a very could be part ofan isis of governors shutting theirr statete down to syrian refugees. this in the wake of the paris attack--a syrian passport found near the body of one of the recently started a go fund me to help get supplies to many of those refugees, doesn't agree with branstad's announcement. (yasmin rioux, dubuqe) "it's our moral and ethical, and really, primarily our human responsibility to act. i understand there is some risk involved with that, and a lot of people are feeling fear, and are feeling afraid and have this apprehension towards2helping or letting more refugees into
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(b(bad hanson, @bhansonkwww) "i did reach out to catholic charities, part of the archdiocese of dubuque. this is an organization, that, according to their website, has refugees to come to the united states for several months still. they say, when they do, they depend on the united states government to do the security and background checks, and their families and settle here in iowa." pam jochum, iowa's senate president, thinks that process works. (senator pam jochum, d- iowa"i certainly understand why ome may be somewhat fearful. on the other hand, homeland security and other agencies who are there to protect us and our country will be vetting any refugee that would try to enter our nation."." supporters of the plan to keep refugees out point to the fact that we with
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the syrian govvnment, which muddies that vetting process and would hopefully keep any terrorists out. we've got you covered live from the t-h media newsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. illois, wisconsin, indiana and michigan among the other states so wanting to keep those syrian refugees out. a man is stabbed to death multiple times at a local motel. authorities responding to the ced-rel motel in cedar rapii just after midnight.. they found 23 year old jimmy-john lint on the floor of one of the rooms suffering from multiple stab wounds he was taken to the ospital but did not survive. police later arrested and charged this man -- michael lehman -- with first degree murder. lehman making a court apperance by television today -- just ten hours after the incident. a cash only bond was set at 750- thousand dollars. he will have a preliminary earing in court on november 25th. cons swindle more than 7 million americans out of almost 3
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billion dollara year.. it can happen to anyone...anywhere... even here in the state known for being "iow nice" tonight, we meet one eastern iowa woman- who unexpectedly found herself the victim of a slick and professional scam. she's telling her story to protect othe. kwwl's lauren moss has our specicil report tonight, on how she's beating the scam the internet- a global force known for quickly connecting people ....oh and crooks love it too. you might denver, iowa- "it was so easy...would have been easy for anyone to fall looking to make a few extra bucks around the holidays. jill- "happened on to a few things that interestte, secret shopping was one of them and i thought oh this is fun." she found herself on this website: certified marketing agency.
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jill- "it was absolutely wonderful, it was a great website it looked legit...but it was just too good to be true."..... the company never askedor personal information- which is usually the red flag when it comes to a scam. instead this scam revolves around a check...a check for 2 thousands dollars. jill- "they get you to ooen up an account or deposit this in your account and he said after 24 hours it should clear and the funds should become available. how they get people..you know it's not like it'ss60 thousand llars it's 2 ttusand 800 dollars so they call you back and say we accidentally sent u a check for 28 it should be 200 or 280 ..you need to send us a cashier's check back. after i received the check it was like any normal cashier's check- it even has a security void sign written all over it, to prevent someone else copying this check. but if it wasnsnt for jill's gut feeling and if she would have deposited it....she would
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because as legit as this may look...it's a fake checkk jill- "our bank would have cashed this..they would have taken this check and cashed it. i'm really ticked off... the first time i've ever done anythihig like that and this is what happens.. the one and only time." and now, she's taking matters into her own hands. nat- i wanna pick up when they call and just chew... she's working with multiple agencies, including the iowa fraud fighters to make sure no one else has to deal with this sly scam woman with ff: "iowa fraud fighters have been going around the state now for over a year, getting out to all parts of the state and helping people understand ssme of the things, the scams going on. just making people aware of what's going on out there." man with ff: "if it seems too good to be true, it probably us.
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just ask some questions and we try to go across the state of iowa and educate some folks." but first jill wants answers...answers that aren't coming easy. (c(cling and goes to weird voicemail)... (calling and woman answers saying diff company name...saying phil doesn't work here) and in a time where almost everything is done online...jill is taking away a valuable lesson. remembering the time she almost lost thousands of dollars- over applying for a job. that's the last time i try something like that...if i don't know them, i won't be hooking up with them."
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news. for moo tips on how you can protect yourself from the latest sly scams, head to our website kwwl.com. coming up on kwwl... actor charlie sheen set to announce a revealing personal health matter. plus.. a plane forced to make an emergency landing in an unusual spot. here's a liveelook at theestorm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven's chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up...
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collected six inches of snow by a winter storm is dumping heavy amounts of snow in the state of utah. park city utah, which is 32 miles s ast of salt lalae city, collected six inches of snow by noon today and more is expected. drivers in the higher elevations like parley's canyon ick around in the mountains as areas. 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: scattered showers tonight become widespread 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 befooe 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
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point. we will continue to track this situation.n.cattered showers mixeein. 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 niit. 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 #ontinue to track this situation.scattered showers tonighttecome widespspead esday 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. thursda turns mostly sunny before more clous 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 widespread tuesday withhisolated 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 n thursday night. there is a chance of ra friday to mixixand possibly change over to light snow friday evening/night. little to no
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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 scatterrd and light tuesday night through wednesday. some 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. 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
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actor charlie sheen announcing& he will reveal on the today show that he is h-i-v posiiive -- acccding to multiple reports. the former two and a half men star was fired from the show in 2011 after publiccy lashing out at the show's creator. he later entered drug rehab and was found to be living with multiple women. a small plane makes an emergeny landing on the side of a busy highway. take a look at the plane here on the north carolina roadway. the pilot says the plane started to sputter and he tried to make it to a nearby airport -- but was $oo far away. three people were on boord -- but nobody was injured in thth emergency landing. coming up next... we'll hear from ben jacobson as the uni panthers are set to
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a-m in the mcleod center against stephen f. austin -- plus -- it's the home opener for new coach steve prohm and the 7th rankeke iowa state cyclones
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it was the prohm -- home opener in ames tonight --- new head coach steve prohm and his 7th ranked cyclones returned to hilton coliseum after friday's win over colorado in sioux falls
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-- cyclones playing host to chicago state in front of a capacity crowd -- and getting it t oing early -- monte morris rains in three of his 14 -- iowa state up 6 in the first half -- a bit later -- another nice performance from abdul nader -- hits the trey -- 17 in the game for "the" big man -- jameel mckay -- and as you might notice -- he had a lot of high percentage shots on the night -- mckay shot 80 percent from the floor -- nine dunks on the night -- a career high 25 points -- and in steve prohm's first home game -- his cyclones hammer he changed shots around thh rimmhe finished around the basket and he was a presence all night. he played with great energy for the 27 minutes he was out there. he was terrific. that's the best i'v seen him play. next up isu hosts chattanooga a week from today --
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in just over 8 hours -- the uni basketball team will be in action on the mcleod center floor -- against a stephen f austin team looking last season the panthers snapped the lumberjacks 34 game home court winning sttak -- in an intense double overtime battle -- and coach ben jacobson expects the intensity to be up their once again -- despite the fact that this game tips off at about the time i would anticipate a great basketballllame, a high energy, the morning. it's going to feel like a real game. yep -- that's right -- panthers and lumberjacks tip off at 7 a-m tomorrow morning -- steve staker's long football coaching career is coming to a close -- staker is stepping down at coe college after 8 years at the helm -- of course he also spent 35 years at fredericksburg high school -- winning a state title in 2001 -- staker's son tyler -- who haa been offensive coordinator -- has already been named the new head
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coach -- steve staker took the kohawks to the playoffs in 3 of his 8 seasons -- and was named the d-3 coach of the year in 2009 -- slugger chris bryant received all 30 first place votes from the baseball writers of america to become the national league's ookie of thh year -- bryantntlasted 26 home runs and held a 369 on base percentage in his first season with the cubs -- houston astrok short-stop carlos correa was chosen for the honor in the american league -- we'll be right back. meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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a final look at your forecast. thanks foj watching th kwwl news at ten. today in iow (vo) with thousands of quality pre-owned vehicles... and exceptional customer service,
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