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wouldn't be our lead story? but the uni men's basketball team stealing the show today, playing host to the number one team in the land, the north carolina tar heels. kwwl's owen siebring has the story for us tonight. the university of northern iowa men's basketball team makes college sports history saturday by beating the north carolina tar heels, 71-67. going into saturday's game, north carolina's team was ranked number 1 in college basketball. wes washpun scored 21 points and northern
71-67 on saturday for its first win over the nation's no. 1 team. the panthers used a 29-8 stretch over 12 minutes of the second half to turn a 50-34 deficit into a 63-58 lead, and held on from paul jesperson. justin jackson had 25 points for the tar heels (3-1), who play in his home state. paige didn't play because of a broken bone in his right hand. the tar heels could have used him, as paige's replacement, joel berry, had just five points on 2-of-7 panthers (2-1), also beat the tar heels in of northern iowa men's basketball team makes college going into saturday's game, north carolina's team was ranked number 1 in college basketball. wes washpun scored 21 points and saturday for its first win over half to turn a 50-34 deficit from matt bohannon and 14 points from paul jesperson. justin marcus paige could play in his the tar heels could have used 24-22, after kennedy meeks scored the first eight points looking to improve to a school
the first eight points for unc. down in iowa city, the hawkeyes looking to improve to a school best 11-0 and even more importantly, clinch the big ten west. kwwl's mark woodley in iowa city today as the hawkeyes hosted the purdue boilermakers. well brad, we didn't know exactly what we were going to didn't turn out to be a factor as the hawkeyes wenth for the first big ten west championship early morning -- and the sun did the field one final time in kinnick stadium - and the start couldn't have gone better - iowa drove 74 yards on their opening possession - leshun daniels finished it - breaking the plane from 2 yards out, hawks quickly up 7, nothing in the first - and the ground attack continued on their second drive - daniels again - takes it around left end - 13 yards - 14,
on a 14 yard scoring strike - but things would stall - the next 4 drives ended in 3 punts and 1 fumble - while purdue rallied with 13 points to pull within 7 early in the third quarter - beathard: "i thought they really couldn't stop us offensively. we were stopping ourselves. second half there was a little lull there, but we ended up long - george kittle takes the toss from beathard - rumbles 35 yards for the score - 27, 13 - first tight end henry krieger coble wide open open takes it to the zone - kinnick stadium feeling it - and krieger coble's smile at the bottom of the pile says it all - another senior - jordan canzeri drove home the dagger - under 2 minutes to go - he flies 42 yards to finish it out - one with a 40, 20 win -
canzeri: "when you're in the moment it's just unbelievable. it's so surreal. it hasn't hit me yet. but it's amazing to be blessed with this." fisher: seems like a dream come true for any senior in his last go around, so it's..... i'm even at a loss for words thinking it's possible. woodley: so, the hawkeyes have clinched the big ten division west, they're 11-0 right now, but there are a lot of goals still out there. of course the next one, a perfect 12 and oh regular season. it's a short week as they head to nebraska on friday. in iowa city, mark woodley, kwwl news. a couple of other teams in action today. iowa state gets shut out in the second half, and they fall to kansas state 38-35.
we've got you covered, brad hanson...kwwl news. thanks brad now let's check in with storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel for your first forecast. it's stopped snowing -- but tempereatures are dropping. what's that mean kyle? from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast the ground, it is very cold. temperatures really haven't moved much today. the current temperatures right the west northwest, and it has been gusty at times. so our wind throughout the night, thanks to the fresh snow. here are the snowfall totals from the big 4. the total in waterloo makes this the fifth snowiest november on record so far, and we still have about nine days left. dubuque seeing just under a foot of snow, while we had lighter amounts to the south in cedar snow season. road conditions have improved considerably, but there are still some snow and ice covered roads, so due be cautious if you are driving this evening. storm track 7 live doppler radar shows dry conditions across eastern iowa. the snow is well off to our east with that strong 7 live weather network camera shows the snow totals from across eastern iowa in just a few minutes, and let you
at the thanksgiving forecast in a few minutes. kinnick stadium was covered in snow this morning from the winter storm... check out this time lapse video of the removal before the big game. this was from 6 last night to 9:15 this morning. despite frigid temeraturues and lots of snow -- loyal hawkeye fans came out to support their team. from the winter storm... check out this time lapse video of the removal before the big game.
this was from 6 last night to 9:15 this morning. despite frigid temeraturues and lots of snow -- loyal hawkeye fans came out to support their team. storm track seven's hillary maglin catches up with a few (sot. cg: gregory parmenter/hawkeye fan) "being an undefeated team, you gotta be their team against purdue university. fans said it was an easy decision to come to the game... because they were prepared. (sot. cg: rick gmito/hawkeye fan) "it's all maglin) "a lot of fans said it was the hawkeyes here either way." (sot. cg: kyle this is the game, so we're cold for the hawkeyes. (sot) things that make you warm." (sot) "the guys are out there the hawkeye game agreed... snow and freezing temperatures won't awesome. been in cold weather games, doesn't matter. this is great." this week's heavy snowfall near
battling the elements for the last several hours. storm track seven's jessica hartman joins us live in waterloo. jessica -- what's the weather like outside tonight? right now -- cold and icy spots are starting to appear here on highway-- a very different site from last night. heavy snow - - spend six hours fighting a commercial building fire -- reduced to rubble and iron. and with slick roads -- several accidents like slide off on 2-18 -- total 115 accidents in the waterloo area. snowy conditions continue to cause frustrations throughout the weekend. fed-x delays - - leaving half ago and they said they were
noon. so we figured anytime before that obviously, but now we are kind of getting down to the last minute here." hartman "a total of 11 inches of snowfall. well above the parking lots, it adds up very about 12 feet tall." waterloo part of living in iowa. "no i think the key there is, just stay off the highway when the snow starts hitting and when it stops, you get out and shovel homes and businesses were dug out by one this afternoon -- the side roads however - like i said - were slush this afternoon -- and with
you are out and about tonight - maybe a few slick spots. we've got you covered live in waterloo -- jessica hartman kwwl news. coming up on kwwl -- once banned in city limits -- is now allowed throughout the area. we explain what it is -- and how you can enjoy it. and when you see news -- or if you have pictures or video to share -- you can do that by going to our stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. but first -- here's al ive look "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel
stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back and good evening, i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. we start you out with a few pictures. it's been
a busy last twenty four to 30 hours with snow falling in eastern iowa. it's been our first snowfall of the season, and it happened to be a big one. there are many snowy scenes across the area. here is a look at some of the snowfall totals coming from the national weather service and our weather trackers. to the north, anywhere between 5 and 8 inches of snow. you can see where the heavier snow band set up, with many
getting nine to as high as 12 inches, that's a foot of snow. as we take you a little east, the dry air stayed a bit longer, so snow totals were cut back just a bit. as we go farther south, even less snow, with reports around 5 to 7 inches. fortunately, no snow is in the forecast tonight. however, i am keeping threat tracker in the yellow, just because it is going to be very cold, and there still could be some slick spots on the will be cold as well, with a partly cloudy sky, then we begin to warm up as we head into the day on monday. here's the current temperatures
across the area. we are in the teens. but winds have been out of the west and northwest between 10 and 20 miles per hour, so it feels much colder. here are the current wind chills the single digits, and these will continue to fall throughout the doppler radar shows dry conditions across eastern iowa. the snow is well off to our east weather network camera shows the quiet temperatures tonight will be or less tonight, with digits below zero. the sky will be mostly clear to start out, switch to the south west. highs will be in the temperatures will be above freezing. we are tracking our week, and could affect thanksgiving travel. sunday will be partly cloudy. we will still see sunshine, but there could be a few more clouds in our sky. no snow expected though. here's the storm track 7 forecast for tonight. it will be quite a cold night with low temperatures in the or just below, so that is something we will keep an eye on tonight. skies start to clear, then we will see an tonight. that will prevent our temperatures from dipping any colder than they already will. here's the storm track 7 forecast for tomorrow. we will still be cold with temperatures well below average in the twenties to lower thirties. the wind will be southwest from 10 to 15 miles per hour as high
area. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. temperatures go above freezing on monday, with highs in the middle and upper 30s. tuesday will be mostly sunny with similar temperatures. we need to keep an eye out for slick spots overnight, as these temperatures still cool down well below freezing. then we take a look at the extended forecast. there is a storm system we are watching rainfall for the thanksgiving travel. on the back end there could be a little changeover to snow. we will keep an eye on this system. coming up on kwwl... the people of dubuque embrace the winter weather -- by doing something they weren't allowed to
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to last year's city ban. storm track seven's shirley descorbeth visits a couple parks today where people are embracing the snow. shirley -- what's the mood like this weekend? the kids were having a great time. one kid tells me...it's like going down a waterslide. now last year, sledding was banned in all but two city parks. but fortunately -- kids and their parents are now able to take full advantage of the first snowfall of the season. several families out today at allison henderon park and bunker hill golf course in dubuque...enoying the snow by sledding. the cold weather couldn't stop them. you all over now. "i think it's great, you know. everyone just gotta keep safe when their doing it like again...especially after this snowfall."
now -- these kids can have fun again since earlier this year the sledding bill was signed into law by gov. branstad...making iowa cities not resonsible if someone got hurt. that dad also added sledding is a good way to get some exercise, get the kids off the couch...and away from video games. we've got you covered in dubuque...shirley descorbeth.... ...kwwl news. at last word -- dubuque police say they responded to one crash. it seems people are driving safely. however -- sheriff's deputies ditches. stick around -- we'll be right
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the upcoming run- off election. they will be guests on a special, one-hour edition of the steele report tomorrow morning. in the wake of recent violence -- public safety is one of the key issues candidates plan to discuss. "i've talked with the chief of police recently, asked what he needed. let him know that, if- or shootings taking place where to come forward and tell exactly what was seen. so, we need to work together to learn to build that community trust between law enforcement the people within this community." it's quentin hart and tim hurley
the steele report tomorrow morning, right after meet the press. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. temperatures go above freezing on monday, with highs we need to keep an eye out for travel. on the back end there thanks for joining us tonight. we hope to see you back here at ten. until then -- have a great