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as we head throughout here's the regional view. if you are traveling by plane right now, all is fine across the major airport hubs in the midwest. the air planes are green. that will likely change as we head into the overnight hours and into thursday as we have a large storm system that is developing, bringing us the chance for mainly rain. here's future track, showing increas rainfall this afternoon. low pressure develops to our wess rides along the front and produces widespread rain throughout the evening hours and into the day on thursday. later in the afternoon as the cold front tracks through, the temperatures will drop, changing some of that rain over to a rain, freezing rain, snow mix accumumlation will ststy to the west of the area. we'll talk about how much rain we can expect in as many of you get ready to hit
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roads for this thanksgiving holiday -- law enforcement across iowa is putting extra enforcement on the roads... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live to talk about what to look state patrollwill be out in full force today and the rest of the thanksgiving break... some troopers are coming in on their days off or doing overtime them..... nat: gets in ccr, car door 20.... nat: car engine nathan miller is letting behvaing...." he'll be patrolling the work...k pulling people over... (nat)
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tickets... (nat) and he won't be alone... there's more state patrol officers working than usual during the breakk... the reason..... " it supposed to be a joyous holiday where family and friends are getting together... it would be tragic if someone didn't get to where they didn't they're focusing three main things.... "speed enforcement... seatbelts.....impaired drivivi... making sure those the road are safe...." safety... the reason --- has been doing this for nine years... "if i can have a moment with someone and kind of slow them down a little bit.... they can possibly be thinking 10 other things other than their driving...."
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public safety...three people died on iowa roadways the week of thanksgiving last year...so be safe nd alert if you plan on traveling..: millr says today d sunday are the two days where people tend to drive the farthest distances.... we've got you covered...live in the newsroom...amanda gilbert...kwwl news... a lot of iowa police departments and sheriffs offices get grants from the state so they can pay all the extra officers on the road this week... a new report from progressive insurance looks at crashes just on this day, the day before thanksgiving.... nationally -- accidents increase by 25-percent today. the company also found the safest day to head home...is the monday after thanksgigiing, since most peopp are back at work.... stay safe on the roads today if you are traveling... at airports...t-s-a will have tighter security. it's a response to the receet teteorist attacks ii paris....this all coming after the state department issued a new worldwide travel alert. increased security at airports could mean longer lines and
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longer wait times. the t-s-a is recommending travelelrs arrive 2 hours before a flight. in a new report released today... deere and company turns a large profit -- but worldwide sales and evenues are own... the new deere earnings report shows that sales and earnings are down for the quarter -- but the company says -- at the same time -- sales and earnings for the year history... the company is reporting an operating profit of more than 2-billion dollars for the year...sales are down 20-percent for the year... the 20-16 forecast calls for sales to be down again -- the company two firemen are hurt responding to a fire. it happened last night in linn county. the sheriff's office says a camper caught fire and spread to a home the peoppe in the hhuse got out safely. one of the people in the trailer is in the hospital recovering from smoke inhalation. an alburnett fireman has a lower leg injury and a central city firefighter was treated n the scene for a dog biie. the fire is still under investigation.
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a new poll of iowa democrats is released today -- and it shows hillary clinton is still leading the way... the new quinnipiac poll has hillary clinton leading bernie sanders by nine points...51 to 42. martin o'malley has just four percent. this is all virtually unchanged from last month's poll. and as we told you yesterday -- the quinnipiac poll of republicans has donald trump back on top with 25 percent- taking the lead back from ben carson; however, carson isn't in second -- ted cruz is, up drastically since last month. kwwl's policitical analyst chris larimer says there may be one specific reason for the sudden change... annalyst) "the issue with foreign policy may simmly be the case where someone with ra little bit of experience as a u-s senator with the united states senate dealing directly with foreign policy that voters maybe feel a bit more rather than a complete outsider." he also says this tight race could bring a lot of attention to the state of iowa over the next two months. contntuing coverage the
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shooting at an iowa mall earlier this year. newly released documents are giving us better idea of what happened. the documents show alexander kozak told police andrea farrington broke off their relationship via text message. farrington worked at the iowa children's museum inside the mall. police say he then snapped -- went back to his north liberty home to grab a gun and reerned to shoot farrington in the back three times. his trial is expected to begin april 12th. banning gns in city buildings -- even for those with concealed permits. liberty. it comes after library board members noticed there was not a their building -- so they brought it totohe city councii's attention. the mayor says if they make one agree with the idea... i've gotten some really discusting voicemails and i've gottennsome threatening emails, yeah it's not pretty." theeouncil discussed the idea last night --but has not come to a
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a woman is sharing her terrifying story after a man follows her car, and then hits it with a crow rage. tali stevens was in the car with her 0-year-old dauuhter. school at orange elementary. she says a to the store... "he took some large object, i wanna say a crowbar, out of his trunk and i heard loud booms on the hood of my car, and he was beating on my car" he's now been charged with criminal mischief. coming up... tomorrow is the big turkey day... and one iowa farmer has an interesting story behind the success of his birds this year... and... a new report out today takes a look at dangerous toys... what you need to know for holiday shopping is on the way... radar is quiet right now. we'll have your full thanksgiving day forecast coming up in a few minutes. we'll be right back with your storm track seven forecast.. "you're watching kwwl. we've
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got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl news t noon"
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forecast on kwwltoday is one of thehe biggest travee days of the year, satellite and radar across the state. there may be a
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few patchy areas of drizzle or as we head throughout the afternoon, moisture will increase across the area. here's the regional view. if you are traveling by plane right now, all is fine across the major airport hubs in the midwest. the air planes are green. that will likely change as we h had into the overnight hours and into thursday as we have a large storm system that is developing, bringing us the chance for mainly rain. here's future track, showing increased rainfall this afternoon. low pressre develops t t our west, rides along the front and produces widespread rain throughout the evening hours and into the day on thursday. later in the afternoon as the cold front tracks through, the temperatures will drop, changing some of that rain over too
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raii, freezing rain, snow mix on the back end late tomorrow afternoon and evening. the bulk of the accumulation will stay to the west of the area. overrst skies will remain over the viewing area this afternoon, with areas of light rain and more widespread later tonight and throughout he day on thanksgiving. temperatures will be hovering in the upper 30s to lower 40s this afternoon anddonight. as a cold front tracks through the area on thanksgiving, temperatures will be steady and slowly dropping throughout the day. depending on timing, there could be a brief period of rain/snow/sleet mix in our northwestern unties thursday afternoon and evening. some of the rainfall on thursday could be heavy. we are expecting widespread totals of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet accumulation would be late in the northwestern counties, between a trace and 1", with amounts going up the farther west you go. chance for rain and snow tracks in monday and tuesday. overcast skies will remain over the viewing area this afternoon, wittareas of lighttrain and drizzle developing. there could also be areas of fog with the thanksgiving. temperatures will be hovering in the upper 30s to lower 40s this afternoon
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and tonight. as a cold front tracks through the arere on thanksgivinggtemperatures will be steady and slowly dropping throughout the day. depending on timing, there could be a brief period of rain/snow/sleet mix in our northwestern counties thursday afternoon and evening. some of the rainfaal on ursday could bebeheavy. we are expecting widespread totals of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet accumulation would be late in the northwestern counties, between a trace and 1", with amounts going up the farther west you go. temperatures this weekend will be in thth 30s with partly to of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet accumulation would be late rther west you go. temperatures this weekend will be in the 30s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. the next chance for rain and snow tracks in monday and tuesday. coming up.... why one iowa farmer has the bird flu to thank for a successful
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why y ne iowa farmeehas the bird flu to thank for a successful turkey season... and here's a live look outside on
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interstte 380 near wilson avenue in cedar rapids... expect to see a lot more cars on the roads with the holiday tomorrow... stay ssfe and give yourself extra time if you are traveling today... you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in decorah, jesup, allison and all of eastern iowa welcome back... woman: my mom and i have the same hands. same eyes. same laugh. and since she's had moderate alzheimer's disease, i've discovered 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 in patients who are currently taking, 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 the symptoms of moderate to severe alzheimer's disease.
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and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not changegehow the disease progresses. it shouldn'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 muscsc 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. the most common side effects associated with namzaric 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
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is a pretty important part of thanksgiving. and for one iowa turkey farmer, business is better this year than years past.... ashley davis explains why he has the bird flu to thank... "well, how many do you want?" chuck brockmann has "i've sold birds as far north as sioux city, conrad iowa, to unbelievable, because most of their flocks have been wiped out turkeys were at one point running around this lot, those turkeys now processed, sitting on a truck waiting for their owner to pick them up for their thanksgiving meal." thankful for restrictions that saved his flock. "we've restricted entry to the turkey pen and you know so that we didn't expose ourself to continue to supply to his customers and many more.
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next year." that's right, he sells 4-hundred birds -- which all have to be processed before people pick them up from him today.... coming up.... we've told you about road safety for this heavy travel day... up next -- we'll tell you how many millions of americans are
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a new report isthick of the holiday shopping season arriving... the annual "trouble in toyland" survey from the u.s. public interest research group looked at more than 2- hundred toys. the takeaway - not as many toxic toys were found. but there were still some flagged as dangerous.... the hazards include toxic chemicals, choking threats and extremely loud toys.... this year's report focused on toy choking hazards, and those that could possibly lead to hearing loss. shifting our focus back to tomorrow's holiday... if you're hosting thanksgiving -- or even helping out at a relatives, keep in mind the number of kitchen fires more than triples on thanksgiving day.... to cook your dinner safely, avoid
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loose clothing with long sleeves near ranges and ovens. also watch children closely. and if you're cooking your bird in a turkey fryer, do it outside only and away from your home... not in your garage... and not on your porch... pack some patience if you plan to travel away from home for your thanksgiving feast... airports and roads will be crowded -- as we mentioned earlier... triple-a says about 47-million americans will travel at least 50 miles away from home this year -- beginning today through sunday.... coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... no turkey and fixing are complete without a good gravy recipe... and the one we're making today has a special ingredient that may surprise you... but first, a look at your latest i don't know where the time goes. can you believable that
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one that'll really stand out. we start off by cooking up about a half a pound of bacon just like normal, and we'll set the drippings aside. after we cooked top. once it does, we skim it off and place it in a saucepan along with the bacon drippings. after that heats up, we stir in some flour and cook it for a minute or so. this is what's going to thicken our
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drippings along with some chicken broth or turkey broth (so it equals about 4 cups all together), and we'll let that simmer. once this starts to thicken up, the crumbled bacon goes in and it's done. and if you're thinking, this isn't the lightest recipe ever, well go all out? and when your guests spoon this over everything from their turkey and mashed potatoes to their stuffing, get ready to refill the gravy boat.it's that good. so go online right now and get the recipe for our, "bacon turkey gravy," so you can add this to tomorrow's line-up. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, wishing you a thanksgiving filled with lots of great food and endless. "ooh it's so good!!"
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it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. most new wealth flows to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by over a million small contributions, people like you who want to fight back. the truth is you can't change a corrupt system by taking its money. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message.
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now on the kwwl news at noon. an amazing discovery in one church's nativity scene... plus... scary developing news this morning... as an n-f-l player is shot in the head... more on that coming up... and... fallout and protests continue following the release of intense welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for your first forecast. today is one of the biggest travel days of the year, the day before thanksgiving. right now all is quiet, but gloomy on our storm track 7 satellite and radar
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few patchy areas of drizzle or fog, but for the most part right now it is just overcast. as we head throughout the afternoon, moisture will increase across the area. here's the regional view. if you are traveling by plane right now, all is fine across the major airport hubs in the midwest. the air planes are green. that will likely change as we head into the overnight hours and into thursday as we have a large storm system that is developing, bringing us the chance for mainly rain. here's future track, showing increased rainfall this afternoon. low pressure develops to our west, rides along the front and produces afternoon as the cold front tracks through, the temperatures will drop, changing some of that rain over to a afternoon and evening. the bulk of the accumulation will stay to a chicago police officer is charged with murder -- video shows him
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and killing a black teenager. here's video from another officer's dash cam. the officer -- who's white -- originally said the teen lunged at him -- you don't see that here. and the investigation found the officer began shooting just six seconds after getting out of his car -- we freeze the video before that happens. the officer shoots the teen 16 times, shooting even after the teen fell to the ground... "we hold our police officers to a high standard. and obviously being a police officer, but also
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basic moral standards that bind our community together." after the video was released -- protests across chicago. people blocking freeways, the crowd growing overnight... so far -- nothing serious has been reported beyond the demonstration you see right here.. police expect protests to continue throughout the day today. meanwhile in minneapolis, protests continue following an officer-involved shooting there. the black lives protestors say they don't have faith in the police department's ability to keep the city safe. the state's governor called for the department of justice to investigate the deadly shooting. a louisiana police officer charged in the death of a six- year-old boy is out on bond. he and a fellow officer are accused of shooting the boy during a chase involving the boy's father, who was hurt. the other officer remains in jail on one million dollars bond. an n-f-l player is in critical condition today after being shot in the head...
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st. louis rams wide receiver stedman bailey -- who you see in this video -- suffered a head wound. an n-f-l-dot-com reporter says the wound is not considered to be life threatening. he was shot in miami. stedman played college football at west virginia. he's serving a suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. turning now to a story you have to see to believe... as a newborn baby was found with his umbilical cord attached inside a nativity scene at a church in queens. a maintenance worker found the baby earlier this week. the baby is in healthy condition. church members say surveillance cameras caught a woman entering the church about 20 minutes before the baby was found... new york's safe haven law allows for parents to leave a new born at a church, hospital or police station... but they have to notify someone... which didn't happen in this case... agencies are now working to find the newborn a home. one in every five adults in america
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computer or no internet connection. that's tens of millions of people - according to the census bureau. for many of them -- their community library is filling a huge digital gap. but -- not every library in the country is making this transition into the digital age as fast as others.... tracie potts has more for us this afternoon... "... load them onto the memory stick and let the machine do the work" michael hartridge is using a 3-d printer at this public library. he's making medallions... to sell. michael is homeless - one of the estimated 62 million people in america -- 20 percent "i read about this, and then i it's a homework hub for students. teachers are increasingly posting
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'if they didn't come to the public library, where they have access to computers, as well as high- speed broadband and the american library association's new campaign - "libraries transform" - shows people where to get help. not just to surf the web... watch videos or send emails. what if you need to then answer a 65-question digital questionnaire just for like, a poverty-waged job at walmart." you can still get a good book here. but libraries are quickly becoming the place to build new skills to bridge the digital divide. tracie potts, nbc news - washington. dozens of libraries in eastern iowa are crossing over to that new campaign... coming up on the news at noon... looking ahead to winter sports -- as midwest ski resorts prepare for the season... and stormtrack seven
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with your storm track seven day forecast when we return... it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing obamacare, and taking on insurance companies to bring down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family be deprived of healthcare. i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away.
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weather information. information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: right now all is quiet, but gloomy on our storm track 7 satellite and radar across the state. there may be a few patchy areas of drizzle or fog, but for the most part right now it is just overcast. as we head throughout the afternoon, moisture will increase across the area. here's the regional view. if you are traveling by plane right now, all is fine across the major airport hubs in the midwest. the air planes are green. that will likely change as we head into the overnight hours and into thursday as we have a large storm system that is developing, bringing us the chance for mainly rain. here's future track, showing increased rainfall this
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afternoon. low pressure develops to our west, rides along the front and produces widespread rain throughout the evening hours and into the day on thursday. later in the afternoon as the cold front tracks through, the temperatures will drop, changing some of that rain over to a rain, freezing rain, snow mix on the back end late tomorrow afternoon and evening. the bulk of the accumulation will stay to the west of the area. overcast skies will remain over the viewing area this afternoon, with areas of light rain and drizzle developing. there could also be areas of fog with the added moisture. rain becomes more widespread later tonight and throughout he day on thanksgiving. temperatures will be hovering in the upper 30s to through the area on thanksgiving, temperatures will be steady and slowly dropping throughout the day. depending on timing, there could be a brief period of rain/snow/sleet mix in our northwestern counties thursday afternoon and evening. some of the rainfall on thursday could be heavy. we are expecting widespread totals of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet
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accumulation would be late in the northwestern counties, between a trace and 1", with amounts going up the farther west you go. temperatures this weekend will be in the 30s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. the next chance for rain and snow tracks in monday and tuesday. overcast skies will remain over the viewing area this afternoon, with areas of light rain and drizzle developing. there could also be areas of fog with the added moisture. rain becomes more widespread later tonight and throughout he day on thanksgiving. temperatures will be hovering in the upper 30s to lower 40s this afternoon and tonight. as a cold front tracks through the area on thanksgiving, temperatures will be steady and slowly dropping throughout the day. depending on timing, there could be a brief period of rain/snow/sleet mix in our northwestern counties thursday afternoon and evening. some of the rainfall on thursday could be heavy. we are expecting widespread totals of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet
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accumulation would be late in the northwestern counties, between a trace and 1", with amounts going up the in monday and tuesday. of 1 to 2 inches. any snow or sleet accumulation would be late in the northwestern counties, between a trace and 1", with amounts going up the farther west you go. temperatures this weekend will be in the 30s with partly to midwest ski resorts are
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in minnesota -- people can hit the slopes this weekened. since it's cold -- even areas where there's not much snow can open. and the weather allows the snow- making machines to work. meanwhile.. at sundown mountain in dubuque -- it's too warm for people to hit the slopes friday. the snowcrew says the snow we've got is melting and the temps are up. however -- they say there's a 50 percent chance they'll open saturday in specific areas... coming up ... thanksgiving is not the time for sharing if you're a pet owner... a report explains -- on the way... you're watching kwwl. and here's a live look outside on i-80 and i-380 near coralville... traffic -- picking up a bit and will only get heavier throughout the day... stay safe and give yourself extra time if you are traveling today... and when you see news - or if you
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pam delagardelle & if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. noon interview. pam delagardelle, ceo of allen hospital, and tony dicecco, retired uni women's basketball coach, are volunteering their time as 2015 cedar valley united way campaign chairs. cedar valley united way is working to improve education, income and health in our
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community. currently united way provides funding grants to 65 programs at 38 local nonprofit partners. pam and tony toured united way's funded partners. they can share what they saw first- hand as they toured the agencies. pam is very passionate about the child protection center and will most likely provide that as an example of one of the programs they saw. cedar valley united way's campaign kicked off in september and will run through the end of january. already many individuals and companies have stepped up and donated. it's not too late to give. $4,000,000 has been identified as the need in the cedar valley. people can give online at www.cedarvalleyunited way.org or by calling 319-235-6211. if time allows, pam and tony can talk about some of the companies that have held united way campaigns. pam and tony have attended quite a
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few, meeting with employees and talking about united way. pam delagardelle & tony dicecco cedar valley united way campaign chairs sit down with ally for today's news at noon interview. pam delagardelle, ceo of allen hospital, and tony dicecco, retired uni women's basketball coach, are volunteering their time as 2015 cedar valley united way campaign chairs. cedar valley united way is working to improve education, income and health in our community. currently united way provides funding grants to 65 programs at 38 local nonprofit partners. pam and tony toured united way's funded partners. they can share what they saw first- hand as they toured the agencies. pam is very passionate about the child protection center and will most likely provide that as an example of one of the programs they saw. cedar valley united way's campaign kicked off in september and will run through the end of january. already many individuals and
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companies have stepped up and donated. it's not too late to give. $4,000,000 has been identified as the need in the cedar valley. people can give online at www.cedarvalleyunited way.org or by calling 319-235-6211. if time allows, pam and tony can talk about some of the companies that have held united way campaigns. pam and tony have attended quite a few, meeting with employees and talking about united way. pam delagardelle & tony dicecco cedar valley united way campaign chairs sit down with ally for today's news at noon interview. pam delagardelle, ceo of allen hospital, and tony dicecco, retired uni women's basketball coach, are volunteering their time as 2015 cedar valley united way campaign chairs. cedar valley united way is working to improve education, income and health in our community. currently united way provides funding grants to
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65 programs at 38 local nonprofit partners. pam and
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way's funholiday week. veterinarians say now is not the time for sharing... especially when it comes to your food... alyana gomez shows us six things you shouldn't give to your pet try something new but don't let it be from your plate. your pets. "the best thing you can feed your dog is dog food" christina delgado is a
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shelter veterinarian and helped break down all the do's and donts when it comes to human food. "we don't recommend that you feed your animals stuffing. a lot of stuffing has scallions, is an anemia" because of the garlic that means mashed potatoes are contain grapes or raisins can be toxic too. add ham to that list as well. the most dangerous thing you could give your pet? bird bones... and yes that means turkey. "it can actually penetrate through the stomach or the intestines and can potentially cause a life threatening infection." so what do you do if someone else at your table falls for the puppy eyes? keep an eye out for the lethargic and quiet. then comes the vomiting. if you catch it early enough... your vet can treat it. but if not... it's gonna cost you. "if it's a major abdominal surgery then we can be looking
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the other thing you need to keep away from the pets is chocolate - which most people already know. you're probably wondering what you can give your pets... the vet says turkey breast is fine and you can also put some gravy on their dog food.... speaking of beloved animals... a woman learns about the winneshiek county sheriff's office recent loss -- and steps in to help. k-9 ricky died over the weekend. he served the county for seven 89 year old betty mccoy is battling stage four lung cancer. when she heard about the loss of k9 ricky -- she wanted to help. so she is donating money for the "i'm a dog lover and they were "when i found out that she was feels good about putting your dog down..but that
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to repay betty for her generous gift, the sheriff's office gave her this picture of him and ricky saying " a true friend leaves paw prints on your heart..." here's another live look outside on i- 235 near des moines if you're traveling towards our state's capital today... stay safe and give yourself extra time if you are traveling... we'll be right back... you're watching k- w-w-l... we've got you covered...
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