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their home. thanks for joining us tonight. welcome to the k-w-w-l news at five i'm macleod hageman. it's official! the iowa hawkeyes are going to the rose bowl. they are set to play stanford new years day. spirits are high for hawkeye fans -- after the heartbreaking loss for the team's undefeated run last night -- in the final minutes against michigan state. kwwl's mark woodley explains what this means for the hawkeyes. mark? you have to imagine the mood around the hawkeye football program and the fanbase has improved significantly in the past couple of hours -- but the fact is -- the iowa football night -- than they did for those first 12 wins this season -- and it makes sense as very few thought iowa would be in the ballgame -- instead the defense -- along with the big play from tevaun smith and c-j beathard -- had iowa in position to win this game -- and the committee felt that performance only warranted a one space drop in the rankings --
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and making this selection possible -- while iowa last played in the rose bowl in 1991 -- their last win came in january of 1959 -- nearly 57 years ago -- but this has been a special team -- they'll be looking to make a bit more history on new year's day -- mac -- thanks mark as a reminder -- the hawkeyes will play standford at four in the afternoon on new years day. moments ago -- kwwl's kristen rogers talked with the hawkeye head coach to hear about this selection. kristin? he says the rose bowl is good medicine after last nights loss to michigan state. he said he is excited for the players to have this opportunity this year. the hawkeyes lost in the final seconds in indy to michigan state when l.j. scott reached for a touchdown... before the touchdown, iowa's defense had held michigan state to just three field goals. the kirk ferentz has said he is proud of this team, and he has certainly happy with the bowl selection this
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" the rose bowl is the granddaddy of them all, you opponent, that certainly will be the case this year, i think equally important right now to our fans, they're really excited about this opportunity." the hawkeyes have just one loss this season, while stanford has two. ferentz says he will give his team some time off this week before they get back to work. we also heard from some hawkeye players this afternoon, i will we've got you covered live in iowa city, kristin rogers kwwl news. thanks kristin -- so in case you missed it -- like we mentioned -- the hawkeyes are set to play stanford at four in the afternoon on new years day. and it's going viral-- senator joni ernst mistweets a message -- congratulating the hawkeyes on their big win. the only problem -- they lost in the final minutes to michigan state. this tweet was online for nearly nine minutes last night --
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congrats hawkeye football on the big win. with nearly 15- hundred retweets and 700 likes -- the tweet was then taken down. we tried reaching out to senator ernst following the tweet -- but we did not hear back from her staff until this morning. after the tweet was removed this message replaced it -- reading -- sorry for the staff error -- hawkeye football had a great season. as viewers pointed out -- the only problem with that message -- the hawkeye season is not over -- with players preparing for the rose bowl in three weeks. it's turning out to be a wet weekend. meteoroloigst kyle kiel joins us 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: it's been a little damp today with the clouds, patchy drizzle and very light rain showers. only adding are just dealing with the fog across the area. storm track 7 live weather network in dubuque is already showing reduced visibility due to the fog. here are the current conditions in dubuque. here are the current visibility readings across the area. many of us are below 10 miles of visibility. storm track 7 live
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light rain falling apart to our east. we will just deal with clouds overnight. here's are the current temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. more details on when we will see sunshine coming up in a few minutes. new details tonight -- following a thanksgiving arson.. nicholas kollash was charged on thanksigving for setting the fire -- but he wasnt arrested until this week. sources say -- following his confession -- kollash tried to harm himself and was taken to the hospital for a medical evaluation. kwwl's jessica hartman speaks with the person affected by the fire. jessica? the initial report referred to an altercation between kollasch and the owner of the van and band equipment that was torched -
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according to stock - - he arrived home late that night to find kollasch snooping around his house. after a short exchange - he allegidly returned early that morning to set the fire. - - something still surprising to stock. evan stock "i didn't consider what could have happened at that point. i definitely have thought about it since then and it can happen in any town to anybody." stock says he thought his two guitars were initially lost in the thought his two guitars were initially lost in the fire -- along with more than 5- thousand dollars in band equipment. but police found those items in kollasch's home. coming up - - what mistake kollasch made that allowed cedar falls police to identify him. i am working on that story for 10.
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the newsroom...jessica hartman kwwl news. following the fire -- stock says there's been an outpouring of support from the community -- and musicians from around the state. a man is in jail after leading dubuque police on a chase -- before crashing in someone's yard. it happened friday night at around 8- 30 on the fifty block of stetmore street in dubuque. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth speaks with the people who live where he crashed. she joins us live in dubuque with the details. shirley? well mac...the homeowners say they were schocked to see a car a mess left behind...spilled gas, rocks...and a broken fence at the home of eighty two year old headlights underneath the tree upside down and the headlights on the car never did go off." price and his wife, along with thier handicapped son were inside their home on the fifty block of stetmore street in dubuque...when police say
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old james brown led them on a chase friday night. brown led them around the block a couple of times "he didn't make the curb here when he come around, wiped out can still see skid marks from the car here on the ground as it tried to get away from car." police say there were four people inside the car...including the driver. one of them was taken to mercy hospital because of pain to her head. as for the price family...they're all okay...except... "kinda busted owned, worked hard to get it, to now, the damages at the home is
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dollars. and i'm sure you can tell...harold really cares about that's his last remaining spruce tree...that he's been growing for years. we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth... ...kwwl news. meanwhile -- the man who led the police facing charges of eluding, not having a valid driver's license, reckless driving. coming up on kwwl -- a local congregation finds it hard to give this holiday season. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel and sports with mark woodley.
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"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: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. it's been a dreary day with areas of light rain and drizzle with clouds skies this afternoon. now we are dry for the most part but we will have to deal with clouds and fog later this evening, and that will continue into tomorrow morning for your monday morning commute. then we will see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies monday afternoon,
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sky tuesday afternoon. here are the current visibility readings across the area. many of us are below 10 miles of visibility. storm track 7 live weather network cameras across eastern iowa are showing areas of reduced visibility, along with mainly cloudy skies. there could be patchy drizzle but overnight the area will remain dry. here's a look at the storm track seven live doppler radar. we are mainly dry across eastern iowa, with a few light rain showers falling apart and tracking to the east early this evening. a wider view of satellite and radar shows that most of the precipitation is off to our east. it wasn't very much rain today, only amounting to a few hundredths of an inch across much of the kwwl viewing area. we are just left with some low clouds, a few areas of drizzle, and the potential for fog during the overnight hours. temperatures, despite the cloud
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have been held warmer than average once again. we've got temperatures in the thirties and forties right now. these temperatures won't be falling off too much as we go throughout the overnight thanks to the clouds and potential fog development during the night hours. future track through the night shows the mostly cloudy skies, but we will remain dry so you won't have to worry about any rain falling. as we go throughout he night, we will see the development of patchy dense fog across the area. be aware that there could be some patchy fog as you start your monday morning commute. once the fog burns off tomorrow, we will see decreasing clouds. tomorrow night will be a mainly clear night with clouds increasing once again on tuesday. and by tuesday night there could be a light
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shower track through, but the better chance of rain doesn't track in until next weekend. here's your storm track 7 forecast for tonight. we will have a mostly cloudy sky with temperatures in the 30s. patchy fog developing later this evening, and some of that congregation provides clothes to families in need. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in waverly, jesup, iowa city and all of eastern
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rose bowl for the first time in 25 years -- where they'll face stanford -- this certainly helps the heartbreak suffered after a hard-fought -- final minute loss to michigan state in the big ten title game -- that was certainly a bitter moment for a year that saw the
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through the regular season unscathed -- four months ago -- exactly zero travelling trophies were housed inside the iowa football complex -- right now -- the cy- hawk, floyd of rosedale, the heartland and heroes trophy all sit under that roof -- as for today's final rankings -- the playoff committee slotted the hawks in 5th -- 2 spots ahead of ohio state -- the buckeyes thought of as the other top choice for the rose -- call -- i'm really excited for our players. they've worked so hard to make this a great really fulfilling. the post-season's been great for iowa under ferentz -- since 2001 -- the hawkeyes lead the big ten in both total bowl wins and bowl winning percentage -- so we're all set -- january first -- hawkeyes and cardinal -- as for ticket information --
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185 dollars -- the university is encouraging i club members and season ticket holders to make their ticket orders through the u of i tiicket office -- the hawks aren't the only ones still rolling -- the uni panthers will get another shot at north dakota state in the national quarterfinal after rolling out at portland state last night -- 3 of the final 8 teams in the fcs division are out of the missouri valley conference -- uni held a lead out in fargo before falling to bison in the final minute in october -- their chance at revenge comes saturday -- at 11 a-m -- once again up in the fargo dome -- due to injuries -- former panther david johnson is the new starter in arizona -- at saint louis today -- and he continues to impress -- 4th quarter -- gets in on a 10 yard touchdown reception -- his 4th of the year -- added 99 rush yards in his starting debut -- and arizona would roll -- larry johnson with a milestone -- 1000 career receptions -- just the 11th player to reach that mark -- arizona moves to 10 and 2 with a
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minnesota vikings -- first place in the nfc north -- but things got ugly today against seattle -- russell wilson -- finds his way to the zone -- 14, nothing seahawks -- nothing going right for minnesota -- wilson will hit doug baldwin for the score -- it was a laugher in the end -- seattle rolls 38, 7 -- and it was about as ugly for bears fans -- late against the 49ers -- with a chance to win it -- robbie gould and in the o-t -- san francisco needed just a single play -- blaine gabbert deep to torrey smith -- ballgame -- bears fall 26, 20 --
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mostly sunny skies on tuesday and wednesday, with the wind picking up on thursday and through the area, but it looks updates throughout the week on that.
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