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they rode in a limo to chuck-e- cheese. we'll tell you why coming up. good morning, i'm ally crutccr. jerry has the day off. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. areas of fog continue to afft portions of the kwwl viewing area... most of us are not having any issues, but there are some areas along the mississippi and in our northernmost counties that continue to see visibilities below a mile or so. iowa dot cameras farther south, are howing pretty y ood travee conditions this morning, although temperatures are mainly at or below freezing this morning (still well above average) with westerly winds at 5 to 15 mph. they will turn to the southeast
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will stay mainly cloudy. temps will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s today and stay mild for tomorrow as the next system minutes. continuing coverage this morning... a woman is in court after driving on a las vegas sidewalk killing one and injuring dozens. lakeisha hollowwy will be inn court today for a formal bond hearing. among those in vegas were some area wrestlers for a competition. luckily none of the iowa wrestles werinjured -- but former wartburg wrestling coaa jim mimiler says it was a scscry situation... it was a shock for everyone to the tournament that were some of silence at the begining and we talked a little bit about it but
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miller says the two schooo that had their athletes hurt dropped out of the competition and flew back home once everyone was released from a bus carrying members of a bolivian soccer cluusuddenly caught firr players saw fumes coming from the engine at the back of the bus. moments later, an explosion sparked a fire within seconds. players were able to safely get out of te vehicle, and firefightts are investigating the cause. one person was taken to the hospital when a fire broke out inside an ohio manufacturing plplt. four others suffereeminor injuries and were not serious enough to go to the hospital. a police officer is among the six americans killed in a suicide bombing in afghanistan. joseph lemm as a detectiie with the new york police ddpartment, a 15- year veteran. this was his third deployment. he leaves behind a wife and two children. a large tree falls on several people visiting a college campus. it happened in nashville on the vanderbilt universiy campus.
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ambulance. the university believes the weight o o recent rain caused the tree to fall. decision 2016 coverage -- democratic presidential candidate bernii sanders campaigning ii iowa -- tryinin to catch hillary clinton in the polls. matt breen sat down with him and has more this morning. in your opinion, what's the failed to protect it in the sanders, (d) presidential properly." the staffer r rsponsible for the breach has been fired. two others were suspended. and, sanders, himself, has apologized to hillary clinton and his supporters. "it's not the way we do a move to then suspend the cacapaign's access to their own voter information was wrong. "there are a number of people in the dnc that think that the sanders has now called for an independent investititiion of data breachee dating back to the hurt sanders' numbers. the latest iowa poll puts sanders within 5-points of hillary clinton. "i want to thank the people of iowa very much for their were like 40 or 50 points down." of pupuling the biggest political upset in the modern history of
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meanwhile republican candidate lindsey graham is now out of the race. graham releasing a video announcing the suspension of his failed to ever cliib in the polls -- forcing him to drop out early. an upcoming republican debate will be hosted here in iowa. the seveveth g-o-p debate will be
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--ahead of the february caucuses. it will be moderated by fox's bret baier, megyn kelly, and chris wallace. many of us can remember a time in our lives when we didn't have cellphones and computers inches from our eyes... but our children's generation has been staring at these screens since birth. but as haley hernanddz tells us... the blue light from those screens can be dangerous for it's a sweet treat for these kiddos. (nats) but staring into led "especially from birth to age three, the crystal lens in their the american academy of pediatrics advises limiting children older than 2 to a maximum of two hours dr. bridgitte shen lee mom of two girls, says in today's age limiting exposure isn't always a "w"wt we eye carrproviders would like to add to that, when the children are on digital devices, it's important for them to wear eye protection." can be worn as a coating on glasses and
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prescription. (sot: dr. bridgitte shen lee, optometrist) "they can continue to do what they're going to do, you can get a pair of glasses like thi, put on to block that hrmful blue light." shen lee said some shades of blue, like we see at the glare from screens is at the dangerous end of the color spectrum, where she blindness. insurance partially covers where she suspects the blue rays can lead to macular degeneration, the second leading cause of blindness. insurance partially covers the coating as an upgrade, like anti- glare or uv protection. there are also companies that sell glasses to protect from
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strain for about 50 dollars. 12 deaf and hard of hearing studentt in wawaerloo got a special treat... they rode in a limo to chuck-e- wide competition. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom.... she caught up with these 12 kids from lou henry elementary... well ally- these kids took part in a competition sponsored by the foundation no excuses.... they had to make a video about why being deaf ann hard of hearing so these 12 kids decided to focus on what they want to be when the grow up..... they ended up winning the competition... they won prizes... and a limo important message across the country "i hope it helps people that have hearing loss do great things when they grow up and dont let anything stlp them. " the 12 kids at lou henry were onee group out of five winners.... they also got no- excuses t-shirts before they drive in
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n-f-l deaf football player derrick coleman started the foundation no excuses.... it's a non-profit organization dedicated to getting financiaa and educational support for hearing impaired children. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. many of the kids said this was their first time in a limo..... it's coming up on today in iowa.... millions of drivers are expected to be on the roads this holiday season...stay tuned to find out why. plus... tts guy takes running to a whole new level. we'll tell you where a man lights up with holiday cheer. we still have some areas of dense fog out there this morning, but not as widespread as yesterday... and we have more rain and even some snow in the forecast. i'll haveehat coming up. we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa."
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or all day. from the kwwl stormtrack weather team. see thth screen forryour complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: mostly cloudy and breezy today with rain tracking in for tomorrow. there are still a few areas of dense fog, too, specially alonn the mississippi and our northern counties. stormtrack7 live weather network shows that most of us are doing okay, though. and temps are still well above average, although they have moved very much from yesterday... mainly in the low 30s th mid 20s to the west. westerly winds are turning more to the south nd will eventually become southeast and breezy
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level clouds as the next system tracks our way. this will bring rain to the area late tonight and much of the day tomorrow. a few areas may even hear thunder. as the system tracks away from us a few snow sowers may mix in, but this will be mainly rain.... most of us will have half an inch or less, although some may get a bit more if you hear that thunder. today we will be stuck with the clouds and some light fog along with the breezy southeast winds. highs will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s. we don't drop much tonight with showers tracking in late. areas s f fog are possible again, but winds will stay fairly gusty through the middle of the night. rain is likely tomorrow with a few areas of thunder and maybe some snow showers late as temperatures start to drop when the winds turn to the northwest. while thursday and friday look mainly dry, albbt cloudy, we could have a few showers as
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another tracks toward us. rain and snow on saturday are possible with another system bringing snow to the area late sunday into monday. if you don't want the kids staying up till midnight on new year's eve... o problem. netflix has launched a whole new set of new year's eve on- demand counndowns to the new year... that way, parents can let their kids ring in the new year at any time. the countdownsre available now on netflix and can be used whenever you please. and if you attended a live event thh year... you definitely weree not alone. just over half of americans went to a live concert or sporting event
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a report found 25 percent of americans went to a live concert at an average of three concerts per if you don't want the kds staying up till midnight on new year's eve... no problem. netflix has launched a whole new set of new year's eve on- demand countdowns to the new ring in the new ear at any time. the countdowns are available now on netflix and can be used whenever you please. and if you attended a live event this y yar... you definitely were not alone. just over half of americans went to a live concert or sporting event in 2015. a report found 25 percent of americans went to a live concert at an average of thrhre concerts per year... whilele23 percent attended a sporting event at an average of 5 sporting events for the year.
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asonal chocolae. dovesays about 67-hundred cases of the chocolate assortment snowflakes may contain peanuts, wheat, or eggs. the problem is those are not listed on the ingredient label for people alleegic to thooe items. dove says if you bought this product and have allergy concerns you may return it the store where it was purchased for a full refund. it's coming up on tooy iowa.... from terrorist attacks to restoring ties with cuba...we're taking a look at some of the top international stories of the year. plus... this may be a new one for you this morning. a christmas tree running wild in the streets. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to from natura disaster to
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praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any`other member. cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders. a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a futurur to believe in.n.
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andrew spencer takes a look back an earthquake hit nepal in april. with a magnitude of seven- terror attacks rocked paris -- and the wold -- on friday, november 13.( denis
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"...like a bloody mess. like, there was blood everywhere. even people arrive were covered with blood." three groups of attackers, armed with guns and suicide vests, hit six spots in and around people and injured hundreds of others. the november attacks were also a grim reminder of what happened in january, when hebdo" -- a publication which whose body washed ashore in turkey, drew@more eyes to th flood of refugees trying to enter europe through whatever means they could find. many of them among the four-million syrians fleeing the war in their country and violence at the hands of isis. in september -- as the u-s-led coalition has done. ...but tensions grew quickly, s the white house ccused russia of launching strikes at non-isis targets -- including uus-backed rebees. in ovember, turkey shot down a russian fighter jet the turkish government says violated its airspace; russia denied that claim. a germanwings jetliner crashed into the french alps in march, killing all 150 people on board. crashed the plane, when the
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the cockpit. the head of mexico's biggest drug cartel -- "el chapo," joaquin guzman -- broke out of prison in july. police say he crawled through a hole in the mile long, and escaped. fifa's governing body racketeering and wire fraud. a cups to be hosted in russia and relations with cuba and reopening the u-s embassy in program. sophisticattd tunnel aboututa investigation..the f-b-i charged multiple officials with racketeering and wire fraud. a swiss probe looked into potential corruption into the bidding process for future world cups to be hosted in russia and qatar. the white house celebrated what it saw as two huge diplomatic successes in 2015. havana for the first time in 54 years... the second: helping negotiate an historic deal with
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lifting sanctions and to curb the natn's nuclear program. ...although both moves were met with republican heir to the throne, as the duchess of cambridge gave birth to her second child: princess charlotte elizabeth diana. i'm andrew spencer, reporting coming up later this week -- a look at some of the top national and political stories of the year. working the graveyard shift can increase your chance of getting in a crash. researchers found people who work all night are 30 percent more likely to chrash their car while driving than people who were able to sleep at night. almost half of the sleepy ctudy participants had to quittthe study early because t tey couldn't keep control of the car. many people hitting the roads this holiday season -- more than ever before...to spend time with loved ones.
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drivers for the first time -- that's according to triple "a." experts say it's because of the low gas prices...the national average below two dollars a gallon right now. that means...drivers are prepping for their road trips. we aught up withhsome in our car so i came to get that birthday party for our son- in-law and daughter in cedar rapids, and then on christmas day they'll all come here...and our son from milwaukee and his you should make sure your tires are properly inflated, ve a fresh oioi change, good wipers and check the car's battery. star wars breaks the record for biggest opening weekend ever. the newest installment bringing in an estimated 529- million dollars worldwide this weekend. the sci-fi franchise continues its legacy of being an opening weekend hitt the first star wars film also had the highest weekend debut back in 1977.
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is spreading christmas cheer in his own unique way. he's dresesing up as a christmas tree and running through the streets of japan. he takes his running christmas tree act totoparts of the city that are not lit up with christmas decorations. he likes to make people laugh and smile where they don't expect it. he previously gained attention in japan by running in marathons and heering on otter runners while wearing windmills on his head. it's coming up on today in iowa.... we're taking a look at how a
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the new falcon- nine rocket took off from cape canaveral, florida last night. officials say it delivered six communication satellites into orbit before successfully landing ntact. they say mooday's launch wws the first attempt to land a rocket on land after previous failed attempts used floating landing pads. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. breezy and cloudy today with rain likely on wednesday. while we stay mild, temperaturess will likely falltomorrow in friday night and saturday with a third late sunday into
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more. it's coming up on today in iowa.... the candidates try to hit the rly states before taking a break for the holidays. as the cauauuses are lesssthan a
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now on today in iowa... a nvenience store clerk and a customer come together to stop an armed robber. and it was all caught on camera. plus... a 13-year- old leads police on a chase - with hi eight-year-old sister also in the car. and feeling stressed before taking that holiday flight? we'll fill you in on a program that uses dogs tthelp out airport travelers. good morning, i'm ally crutcher.
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storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. areas of fog continue to affect portions of the kwwl viewing area... most of us are not having any issues, but there are some areas along the mississippi and in our northernmost counties that continue to see visibilities below a mile or so. iowa dot cameras farther south, are showing pretty good travel conditions this morning, althhgh temperatures are mainly at or below freezing this mornin`g (still well above average) with westerly winds at 5 to 15 mph. they will turn to the southeast today and we will stay mamaly cloudy. temps will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s today and us rain. i'll have details on
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now to decision 2016: iowa... new hampshire... tennessee... arkansas... south carolina - that's where the candidates are campaiging today. tracie potts tells us republicicns are continuiuig to target hillary clinton. state... focusing on hillary clinton (sot: donald trump/ (r) dropping out: (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "i'm extremely sad." and a new attack on the media: (sot: donald trump/ (r) presideetial candidate) "i"iwould never kill them, but i
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"his family's so ashamed." bush says: (allon, new hampshiie) bubu, too, taking aim at chris christie - who's clinton doesn't get within 10 to see more control over the washington. an upcoming reeublican debate will be hosted here in iowa. the seventh g-o-p debate will be caucuses. it'll be moderated by fox's bret baier, megyn kelly, and chris wallace. a woman is found dead after a mobile hhe fire. it happened in the 23-hundred block of kelly street south-west in cedar rapids just after 7 sunday night. take a look at the damage here !- the walls ad ceilings e
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neighbor believes it was he body of the woman who lived alone in the home. the neighbor says they had become friends over the years... i don't know, the summers are going to be dijferent without her." an autopsy is scheduled to determine the exact cause of the woman'sseath. no word yet ononhow the fire medical officials say an iowa high school wreslter who collapsed at a meet died of natural causes. austin roberts was a senior at spspcer high school. heheas wrestling at 220 at a meet on saturday when he collapsed... an autopsy will be performed by the state medical examiner to determine the official cause of death. police are looking fo a woman who they believe stole clothes from kohls. cedar falls police say the thefts took place on december 12 at the kohls on university avenue. the woman pictured here left in n a blacac oldsmobile. . if you know the woman, contact cedar falls police.
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transporting a grizzly bear to iowwis sentenced to probation. 35-year-old brenton clark killed a grizzly bear in alaska back in 2010 without a proper license. he then took the dead bear to his hunting lodge in jefferson county to put on display -- violating the lacey act. along with three years probation -- clark is ordered to pay a two-thousand dollar fine. after being underonstruction for nearly a year, the c-r-s-t building frame is finally complete. the 11 story tall building will change the cedar rapids skyline. after being signed by those involved with the project, an american flag and christmas tree went up n top of the beam to complete the structure that cost 37 million dollars. 12 deaf and hard of hearing students won a limo rde to chuck-e-heese as part of a nation- wide contest.... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in our newsroom... amanda, you caught up with some of the student... derric coleman is the only deaf... n-f-l player... he started a foundation alled
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at schools across the country to make a video about being deaf and hard of hearing... and how that's no excuse.... 12 lou henry elementary students did... and they ended up winning for the video they created..... (nat) it's not every day you get to ride in a limo (nat) on this special treat.... nat it's their prize for winning a nationwide competition... "music" for the competition "music" they made a video..... "nat" talking about what they hearing loss do great things when thhy grow up and don't let "nothing stoped derrick coleman from being what he wanted to be." standup: the 12 students were one of five winners for the video they made.... and they won a free trip to chuck-e- cheese and limo ride.." "i couldnt wait until today.... can accomplish as they grow up and what they can becme.... anything is possible..." anything even some sweet treats.... "suckers!"
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when you look at it, it's like super skinny but when its inside it'll be like super big...." many of the kids told me this was their first time in a limo. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. the foundation no excuses is dedicated to improving financial and educational support for hearing impaired students. a ride that malfunctioned at sea-world in orlando is back on the ground .. after passengers say they were stuck on it for more than three hours. the ride carries passengers 400-feet high so they can see
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at one point, 15 firefiiters worked with sea- world staff to get passengers to safety... little bit annoyed, frustrating it. the ride was eventually lowered to the ground on its own. all passengers are safe. a new trial is set for one of thth six baltimore police ofofcers charged i i the death of freddie gray. officer william porter's new trial is set for june 13th after a mistrial. gray injured his spine while in police custody in april. prosecutors say porter is responsible for gray's death for not buckling him into his seatbelt. a 13-year-old boy leads police on a high-speed chase with his eight- year-old sister in the car. take a look at the dash cam video from michigan. the car was pulled over -- but the driver takes off on the highway. eventually the driver loses control -- driving into oncoming traffic. both the boy and his sister got out and started to run away -- before being
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no indictment in the death of sandra bland -- a woman who died this summer in texas while in police custody. 28-year-d sandra bland was pulled over for a routine traffic stop in july. she was found three days later dead in her jail cell. authorities say she took her own life by hanging --- but her family dict any county jail employees... "we have left no rock unturned, done our best to give it to them." there are other indictments the grand jury could consider -- it'll come back together in januay. bland's family says the grand jury system in texas is flawed and the testimony shhuld be open for the public to hear. bail is denied for the friend of the san bernardino shooters. a judges denying bail for enrique marquez... he's accused of giving the attackers the guns they used in the mass shooting in california earlier this month. he's charged with providing material to support terrorism. marquez didn't enter a plea
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in clurt. the ase against former prisoner of war bowe bergdahl heads to court today. bergdahl was charged with desertion for walking offhis army post in afghanistan in 2009, which led to his capture by the taliban. he was held for nearly five years until he was released earlier this year in a prisoner exchange. the open hearing will take place thi morning in north caolina. a robber in soutut florida ppcked the wrong clerk to challenge... and it's all caught on camera. surveillance video shows a man ter a conveniemce store near the university of miami campus. police say he demanded the people inside the store get on the floor and empty their pockets. but the clerk and a customer teamed up to fight backagainst him... tackling him to the grouud and holding him down untillofficers arrived. no one was hurt. the suspect told police he was "just joking." he remains in custody and faces armed robbery charges. a kwwl follow-up. the number of e- coli cases
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chipotle continues to grown. the c-d-c is investigating five new cases out of oklahoma and kansas. 53 illnesses in nine states have been reported since october. but officials say the new cases are a different rare type of e-coli. and it's still not clear if the five new cases are related to the original outbreak. gas prices in western kansas are about the lowest in the nation... in garden city, the price per galln for regular unleaded dropped to a dollar-31. meantime gas prices are back on the rise in california with the average price per gallon in los angeles at 2-88, according to gas- buddy-dot-com. traveling during the holidays can be very stressful. a new program aims at relieving some of that stress -- with mfort dogs. brianne carterexplains. t's wonderfulul they are juss fabulous" it's a program designed "it's unconditional, so it's pretty nice." from the little, to the very large, the
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comfort dogs waking to terminals of dulles international are part of the united airlines united paws program. the dogs purpose: to reduce stress and anxiety for holiday travelers this season. the program was fit introduced last year in a few airports anan this year expanded to additional airports, including dulles. ( clara slavin / traveler ) "today was a really special to hold biscuits leash." for a flight out west. (robert carlton / traveler ) "i
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it's coming up on today in iowa.... one of santa's little helpers thinks an nba official belongs on the naughty listv plus... she's believed to be the oldest mcdonald's worker. we'll introduce you as she celebrates a big birthday coming up. we still have some areas of dense fog out there this morning, but not as widespread as yesterday... and we have more "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with "now your storm track 7
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sanders: over 2 million contributions have been made to the only campaign that rejects a corrupt campaign finance system. you can't level the playing field with wall street banks and billionaires by taking their money. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. from the k kl stormtrack weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: mostly cloudy and breezy today with rain tracking in for tomorrow. there
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still a few areas of dense fog, too, especially along the mississippi and our northern counties. stotomtrack7 live weather network shows that most of us are doing okay, though. and temps are still well above average, although they have moved very much from yesterday... mainly in the low 30s with mid 20s to the west. westtrly winds are turning more to the south and will eventually becomeesoutheast and breezy today. we also keep the low
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next system tracks our way. this will bring rain to the area latetonight and much of the day tomorrow. a few areas may even hear thunder. as the system tracks away from us a few snow showers may mix in, but this will be mainly rain.... most us will have hall an inch orr less, although some may get a bit more if you hear that thhnder. today we will be stuck with the clouds and some light
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with the breezy southeast winds. highs will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s. we don't drop much tonigdt with showers trcking in latete areas s f fog are possible again, but winds will stay fairly gusty through the middle of the night. rain is system tracks away and another if you're looking ffr a white christmas --you may need to head northwest. that's the part of the country getting slammed by snow. the area around seattle is full of snow right now... which seems fitting, now that we're officially in he wiwiter season. it's coming up on today in iowa.... sixth graders take a trip back in time to world war two with help from an area veteran. plus... we hear from a former u-n-i panther star after his record breaking performance with the arizona cardinals over the weekend. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in stout,
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this morning, a foformer u-n-i panther -- and current arizona cardinal running back -- david johnson talks to kwwl about his record-breaking performance. johnson scored three touchdowns over the weekend -- breaking the cardinals singll- season franchise record for a rookie. johnson is the first player in cardinals history to rush for 1- hundred 80 yards and three touchdowns in a single game. he broke numberous records back at the uni dome...
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and its a great feeling to come out in that stadium and have so many fans cheer us on" johnson looks to keep his momentum going into this weekend to take on the packers. a longtime n-b-a referee is apparently on santa's naughty list. last night as the pacers visited the spurs in san antonio, fans were treated to coyote claus riding his sleigh onto the floor of the a-t- and-t center. he brought a special present for shin before running away. sixth graders finding a new appreciation for veterans -- that's thankssto one world ar two veteran's first hand account. gordon foster grew up just outside of waverly and was drafter to the army in 1942. he was a tank commander under general patton - who he calls
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to do.' they picked my tank. i minutes, showed us what he wanted to do." the students will be heading to d-c in march and said they'll be thinking of foster's stories when they visit the memorial. it was a few days early... but still a big birthday party for a maryland woman at a mcdonald's restaurant. thats because she's turning 955 years old on christmas day. she holds the title of the oldest mcdonald's employee in the country. yesterday the restaurant, her family and friends celebrated her 20 years of employment with the company. the owner says harriett is a customer favorite and a hardworking employee... "she never misses a day of would be further ahead." harrietet plans to spend her actual birthday at home with a family christmas dinner. it's
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ship out of canned goods. it includes nearly 18-thousand cans, and took 20 hours to build. it stands 10-feet high and 30-feet long. it's an impressive feat, but the ship's true mission is charity and good will: once the builders break it down, they'll serve it up as eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. breezy and cloudy today with rain likely on
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temperatures will likely fall tomorrow afternoon as winds turn to the northwest. another system tracks in friday nighttand saturday with a third late sunday into monday. each
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now on today in iowa...the candidates try to hit the early states before taking a break for the holidays. as the caucuses are less than a month and a half away. plus...kids these days are used to using all kinds of different technologies. but could it be bad for their health? and some iowa students who are hard of hearing prove they won't let it stop them -- helping them win a national competition. here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher.
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