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nuisance....meaning police could bill the but one year later, that still couldnt stop the violence from happening right outside its doors...yet again. 31-year-old ramarez gary went to the hospital with gunshot wounds to his leg. he is expected to survive. we've got you covered, lauren moss ...kwwl news. thank you lauren. police arrested three people connected to this shooting. 22-year-old kristopher spates junior, 16-year-old davion madlock, and 15-year-old doncorrion spates were arrested on weapons charges. meanwhile -- more shots fired in central iowa. des moines police say a 15-year-old is recovering tonight -- after allegedly being shot by another
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authorities confirm the shooter has been charged. even though the one teenager was shot in the chest -- they are expected to survive. the first day of the year is a chilly one. let's check in with chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg with your first forecast. mark? from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a new year celebration turns vioilent on cedar falls main street -- sending three people to the hospital.
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ended with a hit and run. kwwl's jessica hartman joins us live with the details. jessica? that's right - - police tell us three individuals were involved in a fight - - that esclated to two being hit by a car. according to one manager at tony's - - the hit and run happened in the ally behind the restraunt and the pavement rolling around and screaming in pain. his friend was trying to get him police arrived. "and i was like dude no. we friend just got hit by a car. his jeans were torn. he had like a bloody elbow. he looked like he just got hit by a car." police and paramedics arrived moments later. the manager says the paramedics put the guy into the ambulance - - he became aggressive towards those around him. coming up - - more details from witnesses about the hit and run. i am working on that for six. we've got you covered...jessica hartman kwwl news.
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the hospital. the other person also went to the hospital -- due to injuries from the fight. continuing coverage -- as the mississippi river gains destruction throughout missouri and parts of illinois tonight. water from the winter flood started receding around saint louis -- but the river is still expected to crest in parts of southern missouri, illinois, and even arkansas this weekend. officials say the river rose to nearly 15 feet above flood stage in sant louis county. authorities conrim at least 22 people died -- due to extreme weather in the region. this morning -- more than 40 iowa national guard soldiers left for missouri to provide relief as the state deals with historic flooding. yesterday -- soldiers in cedar rapids prepared tanks and a water purification system to bring. these tanks can provide more than 125 gallons of clean water per minute. a fire gains momentum at a dubai hotel -- more than 12 hours after the blaze sparked in on new
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firefighters are on scene -- using cranes to access the fire on the skyscraper. nearly 15 people were injured in the fire -- and one person suffered a heart attack from the smoke -- during the evacuation. the fire started a few hours before a big fireworks show was scheduled to kick off in the downtown area. it is unclear what caused the fire -- which ran up the side of the 63-story building. organizers say the fireworks show still went on as planned. in california -- the university of iowa band makes a grand appearance in the rose parade. with the hawkeye football team taking on stanford in the rose bowl game today -- the school's band performed throughout the nearly five mile route in pasadena -- during the 127th edition of the parade... the band also played the national anthem inside the rose bowl stadium before the game... the game -- by the way -- is going on right now. the hawks are losing by a score of
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the first waterloo baby of 20-16 is born this morning -- just after 3-30 -- and her mother says it's a speical day for more than one meet royalte dior johnson. at five pounds five ounces -- 18 and a half inches -- moments after everyone rang in the new year. "i was feeling horrible. i was ready to get it done and over with." montaija says her pregnancy was high-risk -- due to gestational hypertension . but she says -- with the help of amazing nurses at covenant -- royalte was born happy and healthy. "all my tests came back high. so, she ha d to come out. (laughter)" not only is the new year a special time for young royalte to be born -- but she now shares the same birthday as montajia's great grandmother. "it's great. it's kind of special to us." according to mom -- she says she looks forward to brining her new baby girl home to meet her
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meanwhile -- allen hospital's first baby of the year was also a girl. she was born after 4-30 -- and both mom and baby are healthy. coming up on kwwl -- what new laws go into place throughout the united states today -- and hear what one state has to say about hoverboards. plus -- the big clean-up effort in times square. how many people it takes to make it thappen. but first -- here's a live look at the storm track seven live doppler radar. chief meteororlogist mark schnackenberg will have your full forecast -- right after this. and when you see news -- or if you have pictures or video to share -- you can do that by going to our stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. you're watching kwwl -- we'll be right back. ---------
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
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continues into the weekend and in the 20s with lows in the low and friday next week. storm track 7 chief during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly wednesday followed by a chance
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and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief
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a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and really pretty much through tuesday. high temperatures during this time will be mainly in the 20s with lows in the low teens. clouds increase wednesday followed by a chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg a mostly clear sky tonight continues into the weekend and in the 20s with lows in the low next week. storm track 7 chief shortly after the big party chance of rain/snow thursday and friday next week. storm track 7 chief
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shortly after the big party kicked off in times square -- sanitation crews got to work -- cleaning up the mess. party hats, confetti, and noisemakers were all left behind -- as people went home for the night. new york's sanitation department says more than 170 workers hit the streets. they used several sweepers and trucks to get the job done. after last year's party -- more than 48-tons of debris was hauled away. in wisconsin -- they drop cheese to celebrate the new year. this year it was an 80-pound wedge -- and it dropped a little early -- at ten -- making the event a bit more family friendly. the cheese capital of the world even offered complimentary wedges to guests. and people in pennsylvania also celebrating with a salute to food -- with a giant peeps chick. it weighed 85 pounds -- and was also lowered a little early. why peeps you ask -- organizers say the treats are made in that
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there was a not- so-welcome new years surprise for one texas university today... as heavy snowfall deflated the roof of an athletic training center on texas tech's campus... the lubbock area recieved nearly a foot of snow earlier in the week... the artifical roof known as the bubble had just been replaced in 20-15... coming up after the break -- the new laws taking effect across the country. we explain if you might be affected. and -- a legeendary performer dies today. we take a look back at the life of natalie cole -- still to come. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in manchester, decorah, holy cross and all of eastern iowa. --------- ---------
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laws in many states. for example -- texas will start allowing some gun owners to carry openly in public places. meanwhile -- california introduces several gun laws. one law tightens a ban on firearms around schools. another law allows people to request judges to take away guns from relatives -- who are a potential threat. in all -- california introduced more than 800 bills into law -- including new standards on hoverboards. the state will now ban anyone under the age of 16 from operating a hoverboard on a road -- and requires them to wear a helmet. in hawaii -- you now need to be 21- years old to buy tobacco -- thanks a new law raising the smoking age -- starting today, some cities and counties in the u-s
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laws -- but no other states do. stores are expected to put up new signs -- and employees will "like, i think five to ten percent of our customers are between the ages of 18 and 20." anyone under 21 who tries to buy tobacco will pay a 10-dollar fine for the first offense. the penalty for the store will be 500 dollars. but the fines will increase -- if the violation is repeated.. the new year also means a nine- percent drop on car prices. that's according to usa today -- citing numbers from true car dot com the deep discount comes from automakers counting today as part of a long weekend -- and throwing in end-of- year incentives. the latest headline-grabbing hack or cyber attack could be in the palm of your hand. smartphones introduce the biggest risk category of 20-16 study. the sheer number in use makes them especially attractive to cyber
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attack -- including malicious applications and web browsing. decision 2016 -- vermont senator bernie sanders is trying to gain on frontrunner hillary clinton -- as we prepare for the caucus. last night -- me mixed partying with politics -- holding a new year's eve bash at a des moines hotel. senator sanders briefly addressed the crowd at the event. together have an opportunity to make 2016 a year that history will long remember. cheers. whooo there were lots of young people at bernie. that's been a hallmark of the 74 year-old's campaign -- connecting with and energizing young voters. one presidential campaign will be starting the new year shorthanded. doctor ben carson announced both his campaign manager and
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-- effective immediately. doctor carson dipped in most polls after challenging donald trump for the lead in iowa -- back in october. the state department releases fewer hillary clinton emails than expected. more than 8- thousand pages of clinton's emails -- while she was secretary of state -- were supposed to be released yesterday but the state department says it will only be able to release 55-hundred pages. it blamed the shortfall on the holidays and the amount of documents involved. more emails will be released next week. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five -- we look back on the life of natalie cole. and -- a young girl is given the perfect gift -- to ring in the new year. ---------
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health complications at the age of 65. jeremy roth look back on the life -- of the grammy award winner. of a singing legend...who found her own musical success. as the child of nat king cole and orchestra singer maria tradition from a young age. her 19-91 version of her late father's standard unforgettable - a virtual duet alongside his voice - helped the album sell millions of copies and win six grammys in 19-92. cole was open about a years-long struggle with drug
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she was diagnosed in 20-08 with hepatits c - and went on a public search for a kidney transplant. here's cole on c-n-n's larry king live in 20-09. it's like a virus, and they treat it very aggressively but i had had a nurse at the hospital where cole was being treated was suddenly died -- she arranged for cole to receive her kidney. meanwhile her family says in her absence they're now lived -- with dignity, strength and honor. arranged for cole to receive her kidney. meanwhile her family says in her absence they're now left with quote "heavy hearts" but add that she died how she lived -- with dignity, strength and honor. natalie cole was sixty five years old. statement from cole's family reads in part -- our beloved mother and sister will be greatly missed and
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a young girl -- who had to have her arm amputated -- finds the perfect pet to start off the new year... her parents say they were looking for the perfect kitten for scarlette. when they heard about holly -- whose front leg had to be perfect match. "there were staples on the cat's side and she says owies amputation was and she said oh, owies. and it kind of just clicked, she understood that that's what was going on." while two-year- old scarlette may be missing an arm -- she's now a cancer survivor and she has the perfect pet. a new google chrome application wants you to stop apologizing... the "just not sorry" extension helps people avoid using words and phrases in emails that can make them sound less confident or assertive. it will underline words and phrases like "sorry," "actually," and "just."
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software developers to empower female leaders by communicating more confidently. here's a live look at the cedar rapids skycam as we close out the first day of 20-16... storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five -- an update on a baby polar bear -- reaching a milestone. details still to come. you're watching kwwl -- we've got you covered. --------- --------- --------- --------- you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
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with the hawkeyes battling stanford for the rose bowl title -- we take a look back on the magical and historic season for iowa football up to this big day... you may remember a very cute polar bear cub we've been following in ohio. here's the cute little girl who's now 8- weeks-old... the zoo staff removed the cub from her den a week after she was born when her mother stopped growing -- and she even started
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storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your forecast. thanks for joining us for the here at six o-clock. . --------- tonight, moment of attack. a suspected terrorist caught on camera
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