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and it's not tornadoes -- but snow -- causing problems in her parts of the country. this video is out utah -- which saw several inches of snow yesterday. drivers were forced to deal with whiteout conditions. other people are excited about it -- saying it'' a boost for the economy -- as two ski resorts could now open. actor charlie sheen has revealed he is h-i-v positive... erika edwards has the latest on the announcement... and what his doctor sayssabout his prrnosis. sound charlie sheen :00-:03 "i'm here to admit that i am hiv health in an interview with matt the actor said he does not know how he contracted the virus... and was diagnosed 4 years ago. since then -- sheen says charlie sheen :21-:26 (lauer) "are you still paying some of these people?" (sheen) "not after today, i'm not." h-i-v is the virus that causes aids... but with proper treatment with anti-retro-viral drugs... it's no longer considered an automatic death sentence.
sheen's physician, ucla :35- :39 "it suppressed the virus to the poioit that he is absolutely healthy from that vantage." sheen says he hopes speaking out will help others. sound @harlie sheen : 43-:52 his doctors say sheen has an "undetectable" level of news. again sheennhas known about testing positive for h-i-v for four years. continuing coverage now: people in paris continue to mourn the victims of last week's terror tacks on the french capital. people were seen paying their respects to the various locations where the attacks happened friday. n-b-c's bill neely reports from this is the man france believes was behind the massacres... abdelhamid abaaoud, two of the attackers. french police carried out another hundred twenty raids overnight on suspected isis
french warplann launched more attacks on isis positions in raqqa, syria. the french president vowing to destroy isis. and ordering a french aircraft carrier closer to iraq and syria. secretary of state felt it yesterday, they felt ii in the past weeks." france's muslim leaders condemn the killings... they community leader :48-:52) "whatever you do, however mourning thedead of 19
in the next half hour we'll hear from an iowa state student that is in paris studying abroad with his reaction to these attacks. new this afternoon: police in indiana released a photograph of the man suspected of killing a pregnant woman. twenty-eight year- old amanda blackburn was fatally shot inside her indianapolis home a week ago. according to authorities, he suspect entered their home early tuesday morning while her husband, a church pastor, was at the gym and the couple's toddler was in a crib. a neighbor reported hearing gunshots. authorities say there was no forced entry into the home. it's believed the killer entered the home to burglarize it. a man is sentenced to 25 years in prison following a deadly crash. joshua dunt pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide after last year's crash in washburn. his car hit warren van wie's
"warren made a huge impact on kid" toxicology reports show dunt was under the influence of xanax and another prescription drug. an eastern iwa sex offender pleads guilty to federal gun charges. thomas cannon issfrom west union. in june, he missed a hearing to be sentenced on a sexual abuse conviction. authorities say he cut off a gps device -- and was found barricaded at a friend's home near waukoko. he had a handgun -- which he is not supposed to have. he faces up to 10 years in prison when he's sentenced. new at noon east penn manufactung is expanding to oeoewien and will bring over 3- hundred new jobs to the community. the official announcement about the expansion will be tonight. east pedn is a company that primarily makes lead-acid babaeries.
we all know the police motto -- to protect and serve. police in one state are taking the service part to the next level. they're serving up a dream come true for a boy battling stage fourr cancer. the five-year-old wants to be a police officer -- so one department in massachusetts delivered. he's now an honorary officer after being sworn in... "my whole goal in wearinggthis taken over me emotionally -- i'm almost at a loss for words when i'm with him." the boy was given the full tour of the station, even saved the day. police say he tracked down a suspect -- so they told him -- case closed. breakfast and basketball. an early morning for the uni men''s basketball team, as they tipped off against stephen f austin at 7 this morning. this was part of espn's 24 hours of college basketballl it was a home game for the panthers in the mcleod center-- students... fans... and university president ruud woke up bright and early to watch the team play...
"i think on a scale of like one to 10 im at llke panther nation so "this just shows that we are competitive at the division one level at the national scene. presisdent rudd handed out free donuts and milk... the game ended with a win for the panthers... the final score was 70 to 60. and, beating the scam -- an easttrn wa woman sharesesher warning for others.
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: showers and isolated storms will track through today and tonight with more rain and drizzle tomorrow. it will also o e breezy, altltough the strongest winds will track through on thursday as we get in between systems. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras remain wet this afternoon as locally heavy rainfall tracks through portions of the viviwing area. temps are slow to warm up and have only climbed a couple of degrees above the morning lows into the mid 50s this afternoon. and even a few upper 50s to low 60s in southwest iowa... but that colder air is rotating around into sioux city. southeast winds are 10-20 mph, gusting to 30 and will stay strong today through tomorrow and even into thursday as this system will slowly track through the region.this is a large system with snow on the western side... webcams in colorado springs look a lot like
this as several inches of snow continues to fall in eastern colorado this afternoon... our view is a little better with camerrs wet.... lots of rain is headed our way as the low tracks through kansas... and then heads north toward sioux falls. txe front it is dragging though iowa will keep rain and drizzle, and maybe a few stormm, in the state through tonight. there is a lot of moisture with this system, so we could see some locally heavy rainfall... most of us will see a half inch to around 2 inches, but some could see more... just depends on how he rain and storms track through. today will be the best day for the heavy rainfall with showers and isolated storms. highs in the mid 50s to low 60s will drop only in the upper 40s to low 50sstonight with southehest winds continuing at 10-20 mph. we stay breezy tomorrow and we will keep a 50/50 shot of rain in the viewing area. highs will be in the low to mid 0s and may drop as the front tracks through the region. thursday will be dry, but windy and cooler with highs in the mid 40s.. probably early with the potential for falling temps for the afternoon. a disturbance tracking through on friday could bring some rain and
snow showee, but it will bring cooler temps. highs for the weekend will only be in the mid 30s. us will see a half inch to around 2 inches, but some could see more... just depends on how the rain and storms track through. today will be the best day for the heavy rainfall with showers and isolated storms. highs in the mid 50s to low 60s will drop only in the upper 40s to low 50s tonight with southeast winds beating the scam -- an eastern iowa woman shares her warning for others. a special report just aaead. and, -- the dictionary's new word of the year is really more of a picture.
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it took alexis 4 years to earn her college degree.but it will take her 25 years to pay off her student loans. join the fight to make college affordable. join the fight for alexis. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. dollars. anyone...anywhere... even here in e state known for eing "iowa nice." this afternoon , we meet one eastern iowa woman- who unexpectedly found herself the victim of a scam. kwwl's lauren moss shares her story. the internet- a global force known for quickly think you're protected from scamm well, been easy for anyone to fall right in."
meet jill roelfsema.. a registered medical assistant, looking to make a few extra things that interest me, secret shopping was one of them and i marketing agency. jill- "i"i was absolutely wonderful, it was a great website it looked legit...but it was just too good to be true."..... the company never asked for 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 open up an account or deposit this in your account and he said after it's not like it's 60 thousand dollars it's 2 thousand 800 dollaa 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 totally a gut feeling.. lauren standup- now this looks like any normal cashier's check- check...a check for 2 thousands your account and he said after it's not like it's 60 thousand dollars it's 2 thousand 800 dollars so they call you back and say we accidentally sent u a received the check it was
lauren standup- now this looks 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 wasn't for jill's gut feeling and if she would have deposited it....sheewould have given in to the scam. because as legit as this may look...it's a fake check. jill- "our bank would have cashed this..they would have anything like that and this is what happens.. the one and only time." and now, she's taking matters into her own hands. nat- 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 overra year, geteting out to all parts of the state and helping people understand some of the things, out there." man with ff: "if it seems too good to be true, it probably us. just ask some questions aa we try to go across the state of iowa and educate some folks." but first jill wants answers...answers that aren't coming easy. (calling 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 evererhing is donn nline...jill is taking away a valuable lesson. remembering the time she almoot lost thousands of dollars-
that's the last time i try something like that...if i don't know them, i won't be hooking up with them." lalaren moss -- kwwl news. for more tips on how you can protect yourself from the latest scams, head to our website kwwl.com. coming up.... taco bell wants to do something exclusively that sets them apart from other fast food restaurants. we'll tell you what next. and, more and more adults are deciding to quit lighting up cigarettes according to a anew tudy out today. this is kwwl-- we'll be right
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eggs exclusively. taco bell isn't the first national fast food chain to announce the switch, but the company says it'll be the first to accomplish the goal...by the end of next year. we now know oxford dictionaries' 2015 word of the year -- and this year -- it's not really a word. it's an emoji - this pappy, yellow, cartoon face... shedddng two ant tears. the official name is "face with tears of joy," usually used as a substitute for 'l-o- l.' fewer adults are smoking. cording to the c-d-c, the overall adult smoking rate is at an all-time low. just under 17 percent of adults smoke -- down nearly four percent in the past decade. there's a natitial push to get that number under 12- percent by the year 2020. coming up on kwwl, the mister
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when it comes to dessert on thanksgiving, do you find yourself serving the same things dessert that we served a few years ago that everyone still talks about. it's a butternut squash roll that goes together like thii. we begin bb beating a few eggs until they're light and fluffy. now to that, we add some sugar, a package of frozen butternut squash, (that's been thawed), and a splash of vanilla. once we get that all mixed up, we fold in some flour that we'vv combined with a biiof baking powder, and a bunch of autumn- like spices. this goes onto a rimmed baking
sheet and gets baked for about 15 minutes. as soon as it comes out, we turn it with powdered sugar and roll it up. . ter it cools we unroll it and spread on a homemade cream cheese frosting before rolling it back up. does this look like a show stopper or what? it's super moist, super flavorful and definitely ideal for any dessert line up. the recipe for our,,butternut sqqash roll," is online now so you can introduce your family to a new favorite. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, with patty, who always comes up witt the best desserts that'll have everyone saying ."ooh it's so good!!" "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the
now on the kwwl news at noon. one iowa university is investigating whether an act of vandalism was motivated by race. plus, a growing list of governors are closing their states to syrian refugees... what our govenor has to say about all of this and, we'll hear from an iowa state student that is in paris studying abroad welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan now for your first forecast. showers continue to track through the kwwl viewing area this afternoon with some
areas getting heavier rain than others. temperatures are holding in the mid 50s, but may gain a degree or two this afternoon, but southeast winds are 10-20 mph gusting higher and will keep a chill in the air. we keep showers in the area, too, off and on through the afternoon and into tonight. a few storms may pop up, too. the showers will become more scattered tomorrow, but will probably stick around awhile. we could see some heavy rain out of this... i'll have more on that in a few minutes. forward, following the deadly attacks in the city on friday. there's still a heavy police andd military presence in the city. france's president plans to present a bill to extend the country's state of emergency. this all happening as france launches new airstrikes on isis. trevor luebe -- a junior at iowa state
stadium at the time of the attack there. he's studying in france for the semester. he says people didn't really know what was going on, so they started cheering....until they realized what was haapening... happen. i you know comemefrom cedar rapids, nothing really happens. then i go to paris and there's a terrist attack. it's just like hard to comprehend." & luee says it took him a couple hours to finally get ahold of his parents to tell them he was ok. meanwhile: governor terry branstad joins a growing list of governors closing heir states governor of this state to want people coming here without a very careful vetting, make sure that there's no likelihood that they could have been radicalized or could be part of an isis operation. this comes after a syrian passport was found near one of the paris
attackers. a dubuque woman who started a go fufud me page to heep those refugees, doesn't agree with branstad's decision... "it's our moral and ethical, and involved with that, and a lot of people are feeling fear, and are feeling afraid and have this apprehension towards helping or letting more refugees into iowa." supporters of branstads plan to halt work with syrian refugees say the u-s doesn't have a formal relationship with the syrian government, meaning it could be easier for a terrorist to slip through the cracks. syrian refugees also a hot topic on the campaignntrail right nnw. republican presidential candidate donald trump talking about the paris attacks and syrn refugees during a tennessee event. here's his view on refugees... "anybody that's brought in to this country from the mmgration to do it, he also believes less people would have died in paris if at least 20 people would have been armed
during friday's attacks. on the democratic side...bernie sanders also discussing refugees during an ohio campaign sp. he ays he's distrbed by what some rereublicans arr saying... during these difficult times, as americans, we will not succumb to racism he believes the united states should not turn its back to refugees from syria and afghanistan. the flu continues to spread in iowa -- and two men have dii this flu season. the two men from central iowa were between 41 and 60 years old... the cdc says iowa, oregon, and rhode island currently have the highest u activity... each year, 300 thousand iowans get the flu and an average of one thousand die each year from flu complications -- including pneumonia. the iowa department of public health is urging peopl to get their flu shots. iowa state is investigating whether an act of vandalism was motivated by race.
the statue of george washington carver. he was the univesity's first african american student... aaron delashmutt/ deputy might be in the area, doesn't appear that there's any video the public to help us identify who may have done this. iowa state's president says the motive issnclear -- but says the school takes this act of vandalism very seriously and will investigate it. swtiching gears a bit--check this out-- apple is planning to open a store in singapore that will be 100 percent soor-powered. the store will rely on solar systems that are on top of more than 800 buildings in singapore. apple says that as of 20-14, 100 percent of its u-s operations and 87 percent worldwide are powered by renewable energy. coming up ... how one man made it through airport security and boards a plane with a gun in his possession.
with your storm track seven day forecast when we return... "now your storm track 7 from the kwwl stormtrack 7 here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: showers and isolated storms will track through today and tonight with more rain and drizzle tomorrow. it will also be breezy, although the strongest winds will track through on thursday as we get in between
systems. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras remain wet this afternoon as locally heavy rainfall tracks through portions of the viewing area. temps are slow to warm up and have only climbed a couple of degrees above the morning lows into the mid 50s this afternoon. and even a few upper 50s to low 60s in southwest iowa... but that colder air is rotating around into sioux city. southeast winds are 10-20 mph, gusting to 30 and will stay strong today through tomorrow and even into thursday as this system will slowly track through the region.this is a large system with snow on the western side... webcams in colorado springs look a lot like this as several inches of snow
colorado this afternoon... our view is a little better with cameras wet.... lots of rain is headed north toward sioux falls. the front it is dragging through iowa will keep rain and drizzle, and maybe a few storms, in the state through tonight. there is a lot of moisture with this system, so we could see some locally heavy rainfall... most of us will see a half inch to around 2 inches, but some could see more... just depends on how the rain and storms track through. today will be the best day for the heavy rainfall with showers and isolated storms. highs in the mid 50s to low 60s will drop only in the upper 40s to low 50s tonight with southeast
winds continuing at 10-20 mph. we stay breezy tomorrow and we will keep a 50/50 shot of rain in the viewing area. highs will be in the low to mid 50s and may drop as the urban outfitters is getting into the pizza business. the company announced it will acquire a pizza chain in philadelphia. urban outfitters shares dropped 7 and a half percent following the announcement. no word if the retailer will integrate the restaurants within the stores. coming up ...
they too can follow their dreams, hence his latest project: "forever in a dream". he will debut his newest project live in concert on saturday, november 21, 2015 at the sunnyside country club in waterloo, ia located at 1600 olympic drive. doors open at 7pm and the show starts promptly at 8pm. this event is also in conjunction with the american undation fofo suicide prevention. he is dedicating the concert to this cause because his late mother lost her life to suicide when he was only 3 years old. 25% of the proceeds will be donated to the foundation and they will also do an awareness presentation. the event will be hosted by dante means and waterloo native, terrance thomas, will be the opening performance. tickets can be
purchased at both waterloo popcorn heaven locacaons or online at www.legacyentllc.com for $10, as they will be $15 at the door. this event is a formal black tie event and men can present their ticket at milroy's tuxedos in waterloo, ia for a discount on your tuxedo rental. thii event is hosted by legacy entertainment llc whose misision is to imppt communities, businesses, and individuals through the support of social causes and partnering initiatives. their visn is to
weekend entertainment that is also associated with giving back to a particular cause. we would like to thank all of our sponsors: social action inc., cuna mutual group, milroy's tuxedos, university of iowa community credit union, and popcorn heaven for your generous support. for more information about the eent, artist, and company please visit www.legacyentllc.com. wesley bates mother, tonia kaye bates, also the daughter of dr. russell
adams, took her life march 21, 1996 at the age of 25 when he was 3 years old. he later struggled with suicidal thoughts and attempts, but music was his escape and savior from such a tragic end to him taking his own fe. he is dedicating the live concert of his new album to his mother and also to the cause of suicide prevention. he wants to assure that no child will have to neither live without their parent nor deal with this
people to go through security at the airport with a firearm in the carry-on bag. they get stopped. many of them get arrested... but dante renzulli spoke to a man, who says he made it all the way to chicago -- having boarded an ( airport announcements ) "welcome to hartsfiel-jackson atlanta inttrnational aiiort." ( blake alford / says he brought a loaded gun onto a plane ) "if they'll take toothpaste, they'll make people get out of wheel chairs. they'll make me take e f my belt buckle. retired truck driver from clayton county. he says he wasn't trying to test security problems, no issues." alford didn't figure out he had
a gun in his carry-on bag until ( blake alford / says he brought a loadee gun onto a plane ) "i said, and it's loaded. and i just droppee the magazinn out of it, so i had a loaded .380 semiautomatic in my backpack." that's when alford was in a real dilemma. he didn't know if he should he tell everyone what happened or just keep quiet. ( blake alford says he brrught this time, put it in a checked ( blake alford / says he brought a loaded gun onto a plane ) "i just want to just wanted everybody to realize we needto tighten up." the t-s-a is now investigatitig to figure out what happened.. and
>> kayla: uh, bo, if-- >> bo: uh, you know what? i'm gonna talk to hope. why don't we get out of here, you know? maybe we'll take a walk in the park across the street. >> hope: okay. >> bo: okay. >> hope: all right, bye. >> kayla: you need to talk to me later. [somber music] [cell phone rings] >> rafe: hernandez. no, i'll go pick up the