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now on today in iowa... we're learning more about the suspects in the deadly mass shooting in california...and how much worse it could have been. plus...candidates make some strange remarks at a jewish faith based forum. one even begins his speech by referencing a famous movie about the holocaust. and i saw mommy kissing santa claus -- we'll hear what her husband has to say! here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. areas of fog have formed overnight and some visibilities will be a mile or so at times are dropping into the 20s over most of the off quickly as the sun comes up. the weekend... i'll have that forecast in a few minutes.
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the fog should burn off quickly as the sun comes up. highs will climb into the low to mid 40s over most of the area today. we will stay warm through the weekend... i'll have that forecast in a few minutes. the area today. we will stay warm through the weekend... i'll have that forecast in a few minutes. our top story this morning...authoriti es now say
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could have been much worse. they found tactical gear and thousands of rounds of ammunition in the suspects' car. they also found pipebombs in their home. 14 people died 21 more were injured. tracie potts has reaction from washington. "their loss is our loss, too. we're all one american family." "what gives us the right to hold moments of silence when we do nothing to act upon it?" rand paul wants concealed carry permits in d-c: "it's nearly impossible to be able to have a gun with you if you were to see an active outlaw automatic weapons: "these weapons of war. they just don't belong on our streets and in our communities." a senate vote to keep preventing gun sales to the mentally ill: failed: expanding background checks to gun shows and internet sales: failed. officials say it's still unclear what motivated the california shooting: we don't know if it's workplace
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combination of both." i'm convinced it was a terrorist attack, that these people were inspired by isis." "you look at the names, you look at what's happened, you tell me." "it's becoming clearer that we are dealing with an act of terrorism." but not clear at all what if anything washington will do about it. two senators sent a letter to homeland security, demanding the immigration history of the california suspects. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. authorities are looking for a man who bought the rifles the suspects used. we'll have more on the investigation in our next half hour. police are looking for the suspect who shot a man inside a walmart store. this happened in illinois argument -- and eventually one man was shot in the stomach and
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"i didn't see nothing. i was too busy ringing up customers. and that's when i heard the shots and stuff police are talking to witnesses and are still searching for the suspect. it's a name that's been used since the 1980s..but some are calling for the university of iowa to change it. the iowa student information system is nicknamed isis. it's a program students use almost every day to check their school email accounts... schedule classes... and make appointments around campus. but with the terrorist group different name. (maggie baker/university of iowa student) "i know someone (mitchell spenler/university of iowa student) "it has absolutely nothing to do with it. it's just a coincidence that our acronym ended up the same as theirs." the university said changing the name of the program is relatively straightforward... and is looking how much that would cost. it's been nearly 5 years after a mine explosion kiilled 29 workers... and the man who ran it is found guilty of violating
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a federal investigation found the man kept two sets of books to mislead inspectors and tipped off crews before surprise inspections at the west virginia mine. the man's attorney says he will appeal. an explosion leads to a big fire at a natural gas plant. take a look at the flames here at the plant in west texas. two people have minor injuries -- though 200 were at the plant at the time of the explosion. buses took the plant workers away from the scene as a safety precaution a four car pileup ends with one driver crashing into a drive-thru. it happened near a mall in tucson arizona. police say the gold car collided with two other cars then landed on its side after hitting a car sitting in the chick-fil-a drive- thru lane. tucson police say it looks worse than it is. everyone involved had minor injuries. decision 2016...hillary clinton is back in iowa today and she's expected to pick up an endorsement today clinton has events in sioux city and fort doge. u-s labor secretary tom perez is expected to join her and endorse her today.
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candidate martin o'malley...who helped launched his career by appointing him to a maryland office in 2007. the republicans cover many topics at a jewish, faith- based forum. reid binion shows us what they talked about -- along with a few awkward moments. more than a dozen g-o-p candidates -- courted voters at the republican jewish coalition thursday. many took the opportunity to talk tough on terrorism--new jersey governor chris christie called the mass shooting in san bernardino terrorism "as a former prosecutor ... i am convinced that was a terrorist attack. we need to come to grips with the idea that we are in the on softer topics happy hanukah." ...others stumbled a bit trying to connect with the jewish audience donald trump, seemingly alluding to old stereotypes "i really believe the iran deal "i'm a negotiator like you folks, we are negotiators. is there anybody the anti-defamation league issued a statement saying they do not think "donald trump's intention
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ohio governor john kasich attempted to explain why he feels such a strong bond with the jewish community... this way "my mother told me one time, she said, 'johnny' - when i was a very young man - she said, 'johnny, if you want to look for a really good friend, get somebody who's jewish.'" doctor ben carson had this to say about the u-s one dollar bill "america may not have ever become a place if it had not been for haym solomon. that's why there's a star of david on the back of the one dollar bill." and jim gilmore started out his remarks with this: "last night i was watching the november josb report will be released today. the unemployment rate should remain at 5- percent --- its lowest level in more than seven years... it could even drop to
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the figures released today will help the federal reserve decide whether to raise a key interest move over verizon, t-mobile is now the nation's best wireless carrier. that's according to consumer reports' latest nationwide survey. readers were most satisfied with t-mobile customer support and value-- but the network's call and data quality fell below that of verizon and a-t-and-t. fire and ice... get ready to hear those words a lot this weekend in one eastern iowa city. the annual fire and ice festival is this weekend in cedar rapids... and there's some new things to look forward to. kwwls amanda gilbert joins us live in cedar rapids with more details. i'm at the cedar rapids metro economic alliance... who puts this annual festival together and i'm joined with jill the events planner... now your were telling me the main event is tomorrow but this whole week there's been activities lead wrong up to this. vo: that's right one of those things that had been great is we've been lighting up five
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affiliated with fire and ice. the main tree will be lot tonight... one thing that sounded interesting to me was the fire performers can you talk about that... yes it's going on from 4 to 6 tomorrow. really exciting... now something everyone looks forward to is the parade at the end of the day. this parade will end in time for the big harley this parade will end in time for the big harley event so you can still go to that and you won't miss the game.... we've got you covered live in
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amanda gilbert kwwl news. this year for the first time ever there will be a caroling completion called not so silent night. its coming up on today in iowa... if you're a fan of disney and single -- there's a new dating website just for you. plus -- when a kid's not interested in taking a picture and a couple's picture with santa is turning out to be a huge hit online -- this morning we're hearing from them about it. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with "now your storm track 7
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team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: fog this morning will burn off with the rising
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tomorrow afternoon as a few showers may track through tomorrow night and sunday morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras will show some areas with fog, some not as much this morning. the fog has dropped to 1 mile in some areas this morning, while in others, it is not as bad. temperatures are cooler this morning... mostly in the 20s, but still mainly above average. even to the west, where sheldon was below zero yesterday morning! winds are light this morning and will be light today, but will pick up more tonight and tomorrow over the area. we keep mainly clear skies this morning to help burn off that fog and the next system is still over the rockies. that will bring increasing clouds for saturday and may squeeze out a shower or two saturday night into sunday morning as the front tracks through the kwwl viewing area. we will stay mild, though.. temps will be in the 30s to the 50s in the midwest today with more 50s pushing into the region morning and we will keep the sunny skies. highs will be in the 40s today with light winds. the winds will pick up mainly clear skies and we will have those clouds tracking in tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to around 50! a few showers track through saturday
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sunday morning, but we will be mostly dry through next thursday with highs mainly in the mid 40s and lows around 30. those clouds tracking in tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to around 50! a few showers track through saturday night into sunday morning, but we will be mostly dry through next thursday with highs mainly in the mid 40s and lows around 30. those clouds tracking in tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to around 50! a few showers track through saturday next thursday with highs mainly in the mid 40s and lows around
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dating websites look to match people who have similar interests. if your interest is disney -- now there's an entire website just for you. it's called mouse mingle dot com... and claims to be "the place to connect people who love disney and who want that same magic in their relationship." response to the site has been so overwhelming, it couldn't keep up with new registrations for a time this week. the website is free to browse, but costs money to make contact its still to come... you may have seen these santa pictures online -- we're meeting the people in them. plus a new statue of a world leader -- made out of chocolate! you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in parkersburg,
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when they told me that i was diagnosed with cancer, all i could think of was my kids and that i didn't want to leave them. i beat cancer, but it is still scary. now i have a pre-existing condition. so, if republicans take away obamacare, breast cancer survivors like me could be denied coverage. if hillary's in the white house, she's going to continue obamacare, so that i don't have to worry anymore. i trust her, and i know she's going to fight for all of us. i'm hillary clinton,
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s morning -- right here in eastern iowa. it's been a busy morning for waterloo police. we start first with the area of mulbery and linden. callers into our newsroom let us know about a heavy police presence there. we checked with police -- they told us the tactical unit was called but that's all they could tell us. this morning officers have also been in the 1600 block of franklin. our crew saw a heavy police
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we've been reaching out to police this morning -- but they don't have information. we'll keep checking on this --- and will fill in the gaps for switching gears now...santa goes the extra mile to make sure a boy's parents get the traditional holiday picture. autism speaks is holding an event so kids could have their chance to get santa pictures. in some cases -- santa moves around when they children weren't interested in getting on his lap... "social situations get very him an experience of a typical child is huge for him and huge for us." each child got 10 to fifteen minutes with santa. a couple in their 90s takes a picture with santa -- and it's a hit on social media. boyd hupert has the story of grandma kissing santa claus a picture worth a "oh happiness." mary and bill petersen were taking the standard christmas photo sunday at tonkadale greenhouse. "santa said to my mother, now media moment was born. "it's just who we are."
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their early 90s - who found each would ask mother to marry him, and she would say no." "that was the furthest thing from my mind." until the day it wasn't. "and i said mother, you told bill no. and she said i know, but i "you gotta choose happiness, especially in today's world." bill and mary will be first to second that. "merry, merry christmas to all." "yeah, to everybody. look for happiness." and should you find yourself lacking... you can always find some here.
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a life size chocolate statue -- and the man it's of is pretty famous. and president obama shows off
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storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. fog this morning will burn off to sunny skies today. a few showers may track through saturday night into sunday (very little accumulation expected), otherwise we stay dry through a russian sculptor creates a lifesize statue of vladimir putin out of chocolate. it weighs more than 150 pounds and is expected to be a world record. they also made a model of putin's dog connie. it will all be displayed at the "festival of chocolate fair" in st. petersburg. no chocolate version of
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but he is getting into the holiday spirit... jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way... the president singing jingle bells at the national christmas tree lighting ceremony actress reese witherspoon delivered the opening monologue. there were also performances by fall out boy and the coast guard band. but will he perform at the super bowl? the president's voice is going to be on the new coldplay album -- and nfl sources say coldplay will perform at half- time of super bowl 50. bruno mars is also slated to perform at the show and beyonce is reportedly in talks to make a guest appearance. it's coming up on today in iowa.... not your everyday santa. a billboard is stirring up some controversy this morning. plus -- ice fishing is a popular hobby. this morning we're taking a look at a jack that could help save your life if you fall in. and as the salvation army struggles to find volunteers, we're hearing from a man who goes
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now on today in iowa -- authorities are investigating after three people throw molotov cocktails into a nightclub early this morning, killing a dozen people. plus a well known musician -- who was supposed to play a show passes away.
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barrel of a gun - this billboard has a lot of people talking this morning. good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. areas of fog have formed overnight and some visibilities will be a mile or so at times this morning. skies have cleared out allowing that fog to form as temperatures are dropping into the 20s over most of the viewing area with winds less than 10 mph. the skies will stay clear, so the fog should burn off quickly as the sun comes up. highs will climb into the low to mid 40s over most of the area today. we will stay warm through the weekend... i'll have that forecast in a few minutes. storm track seven meteorologist
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now with your storm track seven for waterloo police. we know there's been a heavy we are following breaking news this morning -- a busy morning police presence in a few areas but police are not saying much, we begin with the area of mulbery and linden. callers into our newsroom let us know about a heavy police presence there. we checked with police -- they told us the tactical unit was called but that's all they could tell us. this morning officers responded to the 1600 block of franklin. our crew saw a heavy police presence and an ambulance, we've been reaching out to police this morning -- but they don't have information, a developing story this morning -- 12 people die and five are hurt in a
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this happened in egypt early this morning. authorities say three men on a motorcycle threw molotov cocktails into the nightclub and drove off. police and federal agents are working around the clock to figure out more about the mass shooting in california which killed 14 people and injured even more. this grieving city gathered overnight.. "and i just wanna mourn with this family, all of them." searching for the gives way to the painful reality madden does.. "the smell of fresh gunpowder was in the air." madden was one of the first officers on scene the morning of the attack.. "it was unspeakable the carnage that we were seeing, the people injured or already dead and the pure panic on the faces of individuals." those images frame the investigation that continues
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agents pouring over evidence pulled from the redlands home of syed and cell phones that according to officials indicate farook "was talking with people in the us and overseas during the past year who showed an interest in radical jihad." "this took days, weeks, if not months to plan out. there's nothing impulsive about this shooting at all." a military style assault... carried out by a couple that had as many as ten pipe bombs and 45- hundred rounds of ammunition inside their home.. leading some to wonder if follow-up attacks may have been a part of the couples plans.. "we don't know at this point the extent of their plans. we do not know their motivations." as investigators try to understand why.. at least 14 families face a much more difficult question -- how.. they'll move on.. in the face of all that's lost.. jay gray - nbc news - san
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more prayer services and memorials are scheduled throughout the weekend. today, thousands of people are expected at an officer's funeral. the officer was killed in the shooting at a colorado springs planned parenthood on friday. two others were also killed in that attack -- and nine more were injured or wounded, including five officers. in paris, the first reopening of one of the bars there targeted in last month's attacks. five people died at the bar. people who live in the area say they're supportive of today's reopening, saying they need to "continue life as it was before". in new york -- a county sheriff is urging gun owners to arm themselves. he says -- in light of what's happened recently -- he's encouraging those who are licensed to carry their weapon with them. "i'm not saying you have to, but county was there to help us." the county he serves in new york -- is one of the few in the state -- that requires anyone
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obamacare. the vote is largely symbolic because the president will veto it -- and republicans don't have enough votes to override it. but they want to use his veto as a message to voters in next year's election that sending a republican to the white house planned parenthood. iowa republicans finalize all precints for the february first caucuses. for the first time, the party is opening three regional offices to help organization. there will be more than 16- hundred caucus locations throughout the state, democrats have finalized more than 90-percent of their precinct locations. back home in iowa -- a sheriff's office makes 16 drug arrests. the cerro gordo sheriff's office says it took months to investigate -- but just 2 days to track down the suspects, wanted on a range of charges... investigations that had been taking place over a period of time, and it was the proper time to make the arrest at this point." 11 are tied to the delivery of meth. one week later and still no sign of a missing iowa teenager.
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was last seen on thanksgiving ethan left a note saying he needed to start a new life -- but his parents say that doesn't seem like something he'd do. he left just days before his first wrestling match of the year. "we're just scared that, something's happened to him or generous person and that's what we are scared of, that something bad has happened to him." the family says there has been no sign of ethan's unique car - mitsubishi galant with skull decals. a volunteer organized search for ethan continues today and waterloo west student moe sed is still missing, the burmese refugee hasn't been seen since late october,. if you have any information on these two missing teens -- please contact police. a newborn baby is saved from a sinking ship. doctors without borders releasing this video from off
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the island has been the destination for thousands of migrants making the short but dangerous boat trip from turkey. "thanks you for them, and thank you for everybody. we appreciate it, we will not forget it. " everyone else on the refugee boat was able to safely reach land, where doctors without borders reunited the families and friends. ambulances surround an elementary school -- after a carbon monoxide scare. it happened yesterday in chicago. more than 100 students and faculty were checked out at the hospital. there's no word what caused the high levels of carbon monoxide -- but we know detectors were put in all chicago public schools after a boiler broke down at a school earlier this year. women will now be able to serve side by side with men in all combat posts. women in every branch of the military will be eligible for any job that they're qualified for -- that includes infantry and some special operations units. the decision comes after years of review and public push back. "today, i'm announcing my decision not to make continued exceptions. that is, to proceed with opening all of these remaining occupations and positions to women.
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here's reaction from the iowa national guard... "incredibly exciting for us to women currently make up 16% of the iowa national guard a researcher from the university of iowa is speaking out against a petition to allow atv's on roadways. the university has been pushing atv safety in recent years -- this is a simulator they use to show how dangerous they can be. researchers say the vehicles are not designed to be used on roads and 35-percent of injuries happen on roadways the petition to allow them on roads is in louisa county. this morning, music fans are remembering a very talented singer who has died. scott weiland -- the former frontman for stone temple pilots passed away in his sleep. he and his band -- the wildabouts -- were touring. they were actually scheduled to play a show at spicoli's in waterloo tomorrow. weiland was
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road construction clears up in one part of eastern iowa. many of you may recognize these streets in waterloo kimball avenue is finally free, after being under construction for almost two years crews removed the cones -- bringing it back to two lanes "the first year was tough, it was like our first year in business, still been pretty tough" they say they had some loyal customers throughout the process -- but it was hard for many people to get to their easier for people to buy digital goods without needing a credit card. apple users in russia can purchase music, books, games and other apps by typing in their phone number and having the items charged to their monthly phone bill. we haven't heard plans to starbucks began testing delivery service this week.
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seattle...and the service comes with a $5.99 delivery fee... which is more than a coffee. we see a lot of santa billboards this time of year -- but this one is getting some extra assault-style rifle. the billboard for a sports store in north carolina says "santa knows what you really want!" it's "i have to say in general, to it?" "well, i just think it's promoting something that we don't want to promote." the store manager says they thought the ad would be amusing and that customers would get a kick out of it. its coming up... a look at a piece of equipment which could save your life this winter. plus...it's been a historic season for the hawekyes. this morning, a look at hawkeye
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meteorologist eileen loan is up next.
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we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." 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: fog this morning will burn off with the rising of the sun, but clouds return tomorrow afternoon as a few showers may track through tomorrow night and sunday morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras will show some areas with fog, some not as much this morning. the fog has dropped to 1 mile in some areas this morning, while in others, it is not as bad. temperatures are cooler this morning... mostly in the 20s, but still mainly above average. even to the west, where sheldon morning! winds are light this morning and will be light today, but will pick up more tonight and tomorrow over the area. we keep mainly clear skies this morning to help burn off that fog and the next system is still over the rockies. that will bring increasing clouds for saturday and may squeeze out a shower or
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morning as the front tracks through the kwwl viewing area. we will stay mild, though.. temps will be in the 30s to the 50s in the midwest today with more 50s pushing into the region tomorrow. our fog will burn off this today with light winds. the winds will pick up some tonight with lows in the upper 20s to low 30s under mainly clear skies and we will have those clouds tracking in tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to around 50! a few showers track through saturday night into sunday morning, but we will be mostly dry through next thursday with highs mainly in the mid 40s and lows around 30. those clouds tracking in tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to around 50! a few showers track through saturday night into sunday morning, but we will be mostly dry through next thursday with highs mainly in the mid 40s and lows around 30. a mild stretch for december right
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cold winter weather will eventually be here. now... but we all know -- very now... but we all know -- very cold winter weather will eventually be here. which means good ice fishing weather. this morning, we're getting a look at a winter coat lifejacket combo -- that could save your life. it looks like any other winter coat -- but with air pockets in the fabric -- it will keep you afloat if you fall in water. clark drowned a few years ago. "wade did not have a suit. we ourselves. maybe he could have gotten out." coats that float start at about 100 dollars and go up from there. its still to come... the salvation army is searching for volunters, and we're meeting a man
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and iowa and uni fans are heading in different directions this morning as we take a live look at i-380 near the eastern iowa airport. the panthers play in portland tomorrow night -- as they try to advance in the playoffs. iowa is in indianapolis trying to get into the playoffs. a look back on the hawkeyes
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a 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. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. the fire and ice festival is tomorrow and there's a new event this year -- kwwl's amanda gilbert
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festival's event planner, you know it's a fun event that brings everyone together. i love seeing families come out there's really something here for all ages. you can meet santa or you can go out to a party after the parade. now you were telling me this year there's a new event starting at 4 tomorrow.... this year for the first time ever there's a caroling competition that's called not so silent night... and then we were just talking about the big parade at the end of the day... you said there's some ballons and lights. what characters and ballons might we see? it's like a small version of the macys thanksgiving day parade. there's a lot of characters. it will be a lot of
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live tag: and the parade will end before the big hawkeye game this weekend. you can either watch that game at their walking in a whiskey wonderland party or you will get home in time if you want to watch there. we've got you covered... live in cedar rapids... amanda gilbert kwwl news. the cedar rapids city tree will be lit tonight at 5:30 instead if tomorrow night at the festival today the hawkeyes head to indianapolis for the big ten championship. and here's a look at what the field will look like at lucas oil stadium. the stadium can seat up to 67 thousand people. if you want to get tickets for the game, you're going to have to pay up - tickets on sites like stub-hub are starting at 125 dollars and go up to seven thousand dollars. some lucky iowans were able to get their hands on tickets through
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thousand tickets the university had to sell are gone. we caught up with some fans before they hit the road... been waiting my whole life for. it'll probably never happen again, i hope it does, but it's exciting." some fans even planning to head to the game in a decked out bus. the hawks are now 12 and oh. the last time the hawkeye football team had an undefeated season was in 1922 when they went seven (cg: david mccartney/ archivist, university of iowa) "games were played on what was then called iowa field, it's now a parking lot right next to the iowa river." some more fun facts -- nile kinnick was only four years old in 1922. you could buy season tickets for twelve dollars and fifty cents, season tickets now cost upwards of four-hundred dollars... switching to the nfl...if you turned off the packers lions game a little early last night -- you missed one incredible finish. the lions thought they had the game
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was called for a face- mask. that gives green bay one more what happens. a hail mary caught by packers tight end richard rodgers. the packers stun the lions 27-23 -- in a game already being called the miracle in mo-town. the salvation army is always looking for volunteer bell ringers this time of the year. in sioux city, a rare breed of volunteer. don is outside the grocery store five days a week...for eight and a smiles to peoples' faces... "i love to talk to people, i noise and no one yells at me for making noise," we here at kwwl are pitching in to help the salvation army -- in fact the anchors have a metal in the kettle challenge to raise the most money. reigning champ amanda goodman was out in cedar falls last
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johnson avenue hy-vee tomorrow. stop out and say hello if you're 12th. and ally will be in coralville on the 19th. its we're wrapping up today in iowa with the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan next....first...what's ahead on today good morning. coming up on today..
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overnight developments on the investigation into the san bernardino shooting.. ..including what we're learning opens up in an emotional new looming, what you should be doing.. right now.. to prepare. those stories and more.. when we
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police are still not answering our questions. we begin with the area of mulbery and linden. callers into our newsroom let us know about a heavy police presence there. we've been checking with polcie all morning. they told us the tactical unit was called but have not answered we also know officers responded to the 1600 blook of franklin. our crew saw a heavy police presence, eight or nine squad cars and an ambulance, we've been reaching out to police this morning -- but again, no answers for us yet. we'll stay on top of these stories for you. eileen is back with another
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of your storm track seven forecast. fog this morning will burn off to sunny skies today. a few showers may track through saturday night into sunday (very little accumulation expected), otherwise we stay dry through thursday. highs will be in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the sunday (very little accumulation expected), otherwise we stay dry through thursday. highs will be in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the upper 20s to low 30s. thanks for joining us, the today thanks for joining us, the today
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