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trump to visit. in trump's ad, he reaffirms his belief the u-s should stop country. we've reached out to trump's campaign -- no word yet on whether he's acepted the invitation. cedar rapids police hope you can help identify two robbery suspects. kum & go on 1st avenue northeast on december 21st. cedar rapids police posted these clips from surveillance camemeas. if you can help police -- call them or linn county crime stoppers. now to a kwwl follow-up. this man is now facing charges following an armed robbery at a a waterloo store. in november, officers responded to save more foods after a man walked into the business with a gun and exhanged fire with one of the store's employees...who aao had a gun just after that report, officers responded to a shooting. charles jones told them he'd been shot in a different area of the city. now -- officers say jones was lying. he'd been hurt during the shootout at the store. yesterday officers arrested jones.
charges -- including filing a false police report. ames police still have no leads following a deadly hit and run. officers say they've received tips but all were dead ends. they're hoping new leadu come in during the new semeste. justin surrency shows us whaa police are working on to prevent this from happening again. recent improvements last construction season were put in place to prevent such ash and make that as safe as possible but we will have to analyze the situation.' almost a month later, ames police and city officials are left with little information...((15:40:43- 15:40:49))'it makes it difficult when we dont have an eyewitness, we dont have a vehicle description' police say numerous leads have lead nowhere...((15:34:24- 15:34:29)) 'i would say well over 50-60 tips have come in but most have been insignificant.' but they arent without a plan for future safety((15:37:59- 15:38:12))'its more about awareness and education ann in tte end we ant esponsible hand oot fliers and just talk about safety, our main
the program has been the works for a while but implementation ws sped up after jacobs was killed...((15:37:37- 15:37:51)) 'we have more and more students constantly crossing those intersections. we thought this was a great time as students come back to remind them that we want pedestrians to be safe, bicyclists to be safe and drivers to be responsible.' and the city of ames plans to work with the study but the elements havent been defined yet.' ((16:02:45- 16:02:49)) 'there might be some improvements we can still make at that intersectionon the intersection is equipped engineerr say even the slightest piece of information from the study can prove very seriously, the safety of our pedestrians and iowa state students as well as ho they use that intersection in the
if you have any information about the case.. the vehicle or the driver involved.. call ames police or story county y rime stoppers. continuing coverage -- president obama announces a 10- point plan to cut down on gun violence. 's facing criticism from republican lawmakers. the president spelled out the plan yesterday. one goal is to plug loopholes that allow guns to be bought online without backgrond checks. he also wants to hire more agents to make the sstem of background chececs more efficient. he also had this to say... "for those in congress who so way of avoiding action on guns- here's your chance to suppo these efforts. put your money where your mouth is." he's also calling for new technology to be developed to make guns safer..
process--how easy is it for a first time buyer to get a gun? to buy a handgun, you have to be 21, get a coceal and carryermit or a permit to acquire through you local sheriff's office, and show a valid driver's license with a picture so they can identify you. to buy a long gun, like a rifle or shotgun, you have to be 18, picture and pass a background checc in the store... with the background check or the permit, it keeps the guns out of the felons hands. he can't come in here and buy a gun.nope, it works." the dubuque county sheriff's office says they've seen a big increase in permit applicatis--more than 600 commined conceal and carry, and permit to acquire since the beginning of december.. the dubuque county sheriff's office isn't alone. other sheriff's offices in iowa have also seen a spike. in n ottawattamie e ounty, the sheriff is issuing three times more permits than this same time last when things get in the media about purchasing firearms, how
in november -- his office issued 179 permits. december -- 434. next week president obama gives his final state of the union address. we've learne who will give the republican response. 's south carolina governor nikki haley. at 43 -- she's the nation's youngest governor -- and some consider her to be a potential vice presidential candidate in 2016. north korea is claiming it has detonated its first hydrogen bomb. if true, it would mark a significant and dangerous advance for north korea's military and a disturbing threat to the reon. n-b-c's bill neely reports. a nortt korean tv announcer claims the country's first hydrogen bomb test and calls it a success. "we won't "american aggression". they cheered in north $& korea's capital... thhy've seen 3 previoio tests announced but never of a h bomb... a far more powerful
"the us is waiting to invade our country" this man "thhhydrogen bomb" he says "is a reliable way of defending ourselves". the tremors from the underground explosion were felt in china... and in south korea, order anyway. japan too is alarmedd. military planes taking off to test air samples. the us ambassador meeting to reassure a government that says the test is a serious threat. (sot/ caroline kennedy/ us partners and allies in solidarity in the ffce of n. kororan provocations" north korea's leader kim jong un is still consolidating his power... and now flexing his muscle at a world that's looking at north korea with real anxiety. (on cam) s/ bill neely/ nbc news/ london, england 1:18-1:42 "so it may take weeks to work out if this was a hydrogen bomb and if it was a successful test seismic shock of 5.1 is dangerous and there will be
the u.n. will meet later and may move toward tighter sanctions, but kim jong un is unlikely to be deterred by that. back to you." a hydrogen bomb produces a more powerful blast than atomic weapons, like the bombs dropped during world war two. now to a story that is gaining a lot of attention online: a pennsyyvania high school coach is caught oo camera allegedly assaulting a referee. it happened last night during a basketball game-- with less then 30 seconds in the game, a player is called for charging. it's at that point the coach was upset with the call and gets a technical then appears to head- the referee wasn't seriously hurt and remained on the court.
are giving lady luck a chance in hopes they'll have more than just savings... the powerball jackpot is now an estimated 500- million dollars for today's drawing. that would be the sixth-largest jackpot ever in north america. people lining up to get the their side. the e umbers will be announced tonight right here on kwwl. coming up... a look at the hottest tech gadgets that'll soon be on the a cat is rescued after getting
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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. threaea tracker is in the yellow for this afternoon and evening. we will start the day with a mostly cloudy sky, but light snow showers will ack in lter this afternoon and especially thths evening and overnight. tomorrow we will start off with a mix of rain and snow, perhaps a little freezing drizzle but then we will see a transition to all rain with warmer temperattes. then on friday the rain and snow continues. storm track 7 live doppler radar shows dry conditions here across eastern iowa. so your morning ommute will be fine. we do have increasing moisture to our southwest, all associated with an area of low pressure that continues to develop in colorado. this will track to the east and eventtlly northeast
will be a slow moving system, so we will keep wintry precipitation in the forecast over the next several days. here are a look at the weather tracker temperatures. we are doing good for this time of year with temperatures in the 20s. re are a loo at the temperatures across eassrn iowa. all o ous hovering in the lower to middle 20s with the clouds that tracked in overnight. future track shows a mostly cloudy sky through noon today. then between two and three o'clock is when we will start to see the snow track into the area. right one inch or less and there could be freezing drizzle late tonight, so that will mme thursday morning travel a little slick. as we go throughout the day on thursday we will see a mix of rain and snow. this will transition over to all rain as temperaures warm above freezing. the rainnwon't be too o rribly heavy, but it will be a cold rain with those temperatures in the 30s. the rain will continue into thursday night and friday, mixing with snow as tempepeatures drop below freezing.
generally looking at an inch or less as we go through tonight. again the snow should wind down after midnight. here's thhforecast for t tday. we keep temperatures in the lower to middle 30s with afternoon snow showers, mainly off to the west. tonight we will continue with the snow showers, perhaps mixing with a little bit of freezing rain and sleet. lows will be in the 30s overall across tte area. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. afternoon snow today, with a mix transitioning to rain as we we head into the day friday. rain and snow mix continues as we go through the day on friday transitioning to all snow saturday with
that. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 here is additional forecast coming up.... it's the perfect day r a bowl of soup-- what changes panera is making to give you a healthier soup... you may dread the winter weather but some animals are sure lovin' it. we'll take a look at them soakin up the snow. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in gilbertville, decorah, jesup and all of eastern iowa
america is not just electing a vresident, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on u ubeing both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to maksure our country is safe and strong.
firefighters in arizona . emergency crews were called in to reue a cat that became stuck in a small crack betweenentwo walls. the space bebeween the walls was only about 3 inches. using a chisel and sledge hammer, fire crews were able to create a hole through... "i was t tinking of goog to the thai food restaurant and getting make it slippery." it didn't take long before the cat was freed. this was most likely a first for one animal control team in indiana. a mother goat and her two babies
the chase led authorities across several major streets. eventually, the whole family was corralled by aninial control fficers and taken to the shelter... "well in my 11 yeaeas, this is a first." "we had some good laughs of 'you're looking for a what?'" officers are now looking for the animals' owner. speaking of animals -- some are they're seeing. this is video from the oregon zoo after snow fell. this might be the seals' best attempt at making a snow angel -- we don'n' know forrsure -- but ittooks like they're having fun. coming up.... we all
know the saying - what happens n vegas -- staa in vegas.. but this week what's and, after the break we'll talk money-- a new study shows americans don't have enough money saved for an unexpected expense this is kwwl-- we'll be right back. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by
began this morning..it's an inside look at te hottest new tech..and trends.. the must have items that'll be on theemarket in the next few months.. it's closed to the public.. but jay gray managed to sneak inside the convention hall to hey there from the square feet of exhibits. more than a hundred and d eventy thousand are a few items here. lets give you a look at what you would see at the show. first,.. drones, they are stili a big deal. this is pro drone..ou see you can fold it up and take it where you need to go then unfold it stock, all the way to four k cameras. they are dropping in price they re doing mor drones. again, still a big deal here. wearable tech always something to watch. polar make these activity bands, th will monitor your sleep, hey will monitor what you eat, they will tell you how you are working out and how you can do it better. if you are going to work
music you can use these, they from urban ears. you take off all of this when it gets sweaty, you throw it in thehewash put it back on go back to working out. if you are a cyclist solous makes these glasses, you everything involved with you ride everything you need to now about you physically as s u take that ride. you want to review it when you get home? you simply press a button, it replays the ride hear in the lens of these that you were watching real time. also suggest ways that you could do a better job. so much to see here, it's going to continue through the week. for now though, that's the latest from las vegas i'm jay gray for nbc news. jay gray .. nbc news .. las vegas. meanwhile -- a new report finds most americans don't have enough savings o pay for an unexpected expense. a report released today by bankrate
american adults can't afford an unexppted expense...like a 500 dollar car repair or a one-thousand dollar emergency room visit. the study found people will first cut back on restaurant meals when money gets tight, followed by reducing spending on cable or satellite t-v. panera bread says its entire soup category is now "clean" - meaning it's free of artificial colors, avors, sweetters and preservatives. the company says the journey to "clean" soup was a meticulous one... and that it went through 60 revisions in preserving the soups. today's announcement is the latest step in panera's commitment to clean food and a transparent menu. coming up on kwwl, the mister food tes kitchen....want to know the difference between pork loin and pprk tenderloin? well the answer is coming up next. but first, a look at your latest you know, whether it's beef, pork or veal.recognizing
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lot of people get those two confused so let me show you. here they are side-by-side. as you can see, the pork tenderloin is much smaller than the pork loin. in thhmarket, you'll find this whole, cut into smaller roasts (about 2-3 pounds each), or into bonels chops. at only about a pound each) but they are super tender and very them and they're done in no time. today, we marinated a when we serve these sliced and topped with an easy throw- together homemade black bean salsa, are you ever in for a treat. as a matter f fact, the recipe for our, "pork tenderloin with black bean salsa," as well as a bunch of other pork loin
online now. and since pork tendeeloin is so lean, our waist lines will thank us. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found a "tasty tender way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at nooo" now on the kwwl news at noon. 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
welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher lett go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kielnow for your first forecast. that's right, right now we are mostly cloudy, but we are tracking some areas f snow to the west and south of theheviewing area. the precipitation
showing up here in eastern iowa isn't reaching the ground thanks to dry air in place. but we will to the north over the next couple of days, thanks to our storm system to the southwest. here's future track showing the snow tracking through this afternoon and lasting overnight, at least the first part of the overnight. generally an inch or less of snow. here's the storm track 7 live clouds skies. t temperatures
in the 20s s o lower 30s. details years in prison following a murder conviction. roderick ward jr. sentenced on a cond degree murder charge this week following the 2014 death of gary wilson. authorities say the two were friends -- and ward was drunk when he shot wilson in the we've learned the name of a toddler hurt in a shooting this week. dubuque police say the boy is wo- year-old jeremiah horsley. at last check -- he is stable at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics. he was shot sunday night. no arrests ave been made. police are investigating whether it was an accident. funeral services have been set for a teenager who died in a weekend canoe accident.
girlfriends dad, 51- year-od michael felton, when it capsized. wymer was a student at solon high school -- following his death the school held a vigil. wymer was a three sport athlete playing football, throwing on the track team, and a state qualifier in wrestling. his football coach tells us tanner was admired by his peers... (cg: brent sands /tanner's football coach) "i students, so many people looked up to him, he impacted a lot of people i think that was ppetty obvious by the tremendous turnout we had at the vigil." a celebration of life will be held saturday. visitationwill be friday, both will be at st mary's catholic church in solon. a maryland flower shop was destoryed overnight after an suv plowed into the building nd caught fir. the crash and fire happened shortly after midnight. it's not clear what c cused the crash, and authorities haven't released any details about the driver.
were injured while fighting the fire. yet another report of a popular holiday gift spontaneously catching fire. a man was just riding this hoverboard in california - and all of a sudden it starts smoking... then a small expllsion - and thth hoverboard catches on fire. the owner says it was recently charged - but not over-charged. a father is furious about what happened to hs 10- year-old daughgher at the airport. he says t-s-a agents patted down the girl after they found a something the girlgs father called an over- reaction... "well i know it's to keep everyone on the plane safe but she kept patting me down like, 'pat down... pat down.' 'it was like over and over." "maybe the tsa agents were bad apples, maybe they were undertrained,,aybe they nened re-training, maybe they did everything by the book. i don't really know, but it was an uncomfortable situation." the t-s-a says agents followed
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attention online. a bar manager speaking out after a customer complained about new year's eve service online. she wrote on the restaurant's facebook page she would nner return. bar staff was focused on another customer -- a woman who suffered a heart attack at the restaurant. a manar responded to the complaint stating i'm glad to hear that she won't be coming back... we wouldn't nt anyone as ld hearted and nasty as you shouldn't have done that.') yeah, oh absolutely. (you had second thoughts?) as soon as i sent it, i was like, oh i hope tht wasn't too much." the woman who suffered the heart attack is recovering at a hospital. an l-s-u football player is recovering today after being wounded in a knife fight at a club. starting tigigt- end dillon gordon was injured. authorities are still investigating, but the head coach is laying down the law. he says his players can no longer go to bars... teraction. social interaction can take place at home. it can take place in clala. you don't
days after the paris attacks, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardrdo... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. with our storm track seven daa forecast when we return...
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: from the kwwl stomtrack 7 weather team. see the screren for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. threat tracker is in the yellow for this afternoon and evening. we will start the day with a mostly cloudy sky, but light snow showers will track in later this afternoon and especicilly this evening and
start off with a mix of rain and snow, perhaps a little freezing drizzle but then we will see a ansition to all rain with warmer temperatures. theeon friday the rain and snow continues. storm track 7 live doppler radar shows dry conditions here across eastern iowa. so your morning commute will be fine. we do have increasing moisture to our southwest, all associated with an area oo low pressurr that continues to develop in colorado. this will track to the east and eventually northeast throughout the next few days. it will be a slow moving system, so we will keep wintry precipitation in the forecast over the next several days. here are a look atthe
tracker temperatures. we are doing good for this time of year with temperatures in tte 20s. here are a look at the temperatures across eastern iowa. all of us hovering in the lower to middle 20s with h he clouds thattracked in overnight. future track shows a mostly cloudy sky through noon today. then between two and three o'clock is when we will start to see the snow track into the area. right now it looks like accumulations will generally be one inch or less and there could be freezinn drizzle late tonight,
brown's room. you'll alsofind clues. it's a snowflake... to her real-liie pet who name? um, when he was like zero ashley brown/mom:she had a couple of gerbils jana: she loves animals? yeah, she loves animals. ashley brown says she's never seen an animal love somebody back. a feather was in my boot! like snowwake loves a whim that we brought him home...i thought 'it's a farm animal, it lives outside,maybe get some eggs from it' i don't know! i was not expecting this at all. quack quack duck snowflake the duck follows kylie everywhere. her see he just keeps going! ashley brown: we brought him home, this little yellow furball is squawking in a box, and kylie
leaned in, and he was quiet. went he was quiet. and if she went missing, he would squawk and paac. over the past six months -- kylie and snowflake have played at the beach. they swing on the swingset. on halloween --,he rounded out their "frozen" snowfwfake dressed as "olaf" the snowman. ashley brown: they are best friends, but in his eyes, she's mama. she's maaa duck. brown says kylie cares for snowflake like a gets n his
nap in the afternoon. ashley brown: i've seen herr grow up. she's become very responsible. she takes very good care of him. duck tha first day. but whatever it is, family. he's
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