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campaigning for his wife and democratic frontrunner -- hillary clinton. earlier today -- the former president stopped in cedar rapids to talk to voters. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live with reaction. mac? president bill cinton was scheduled to campaign for his wife, hillary clinton attthe national czech and slovak museum in cedar rapids -- but before the rally -- he stopped by new- a surprise visit for iowans -- during their lunch -- as president bill down here for lunch to meet a friend, and i walked in, and all the press was here, and i knew they weren't here for me. so, i thought 'bill clinton,' because i knew he was in town." toni says it was her first time meeting the man she voted for twice -- saying if he could run again -- she would vote think he would be, but he's very friendly, and very relaxed, and i like that about him." and keeping president clinton on his toes -- bernie sanders supporter kyle scheer said clinton quickly
"it was really nice. it was really great. he listened. he was very attentive, and i appreciate him taking the time. he really made me feel like it was on a one-to- only at the czech and slovak museum as the former president discussed gun control, renewable energy, affordable health care, and even eduation - saying, hillary clinton is the best person for the job." "i do not believe in my lifetime, we have had a president who was more prepared, ot only by experience, but temperment, to step into this incredbile mix of
according to president clinton-- his wife is responsible for improving education in arkansas and south carolina. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. on the republican side, senator ted cruz was in humboldt for a town hall meeting. cruz busted out another impersonation - this time of president john f. kennedy. cruz also brought up how president kennedy would be thrown out of tooay's democratic party because of his beliefs. (sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) "jfk campaigned on cutting religious liberty, and on defeating the soviet communists. jfk would be tarred and feath`red and thrown out of the modern democraticcarty you knnw jfk said, 'some men see things as they are and ask why. i see things that never were and
cruz also had a switch-up during the meeting. cruz quoted what he believed was a quote from president john f. kennedy - turns out, it was actually robert kennedy. republican front runner donald trump will be coming back to astern iowa. the dodoald all set toohave a rally at the university of the 12th at 6 o'clock -- doors open at four. it was a different form of caucusing at wells fargo arena today. the bulls from "the world's toughest rodeo" made their predictions.. in a not-so-sanitary way. they were guided by the call of nature... to pictures of the candidadaes.. donald trump was the "winner" for the republicans. the bulls were too shy to pick a democrat... the salvation army in iowa city is opening up a new winter day shelter on monday. the shelter will be open from 9 in the morning until 11:30 and will serve breakfast for those in need. the day shelter comes juss in time
coldest week in the area so far this winter. kwwl's kristin rogers spent the morning in iowa city learning about the new shelter and talkng with those who plan on using it, she is now that''s right and those who plan on using this service tell me i will fill a gap in their day. right now they say there is no where for them to go in to eat in the morning hours....a struggle for many in iowa city. like there's nowhere." that is all about to week. (cg: rachel lehmann/ social services coordinintor at the salvation army) "as we were planning i remember feeling so worried that we wouldn't be able to get it in time but the weather really did cooroperate witus." the new winter day shelter is expected to fill a a gap in the community. right now those in need can eat lunch at a free lunch program put on by the food bank located across the street, by the crisisicenter. and dinner is offered four days a week at the salvation army and every night at shelter house. those whoplan on using
fill at morning void for food. (cg: ron tuggle/ homeless) "i eat out of dumpsters." "but do you ever have to do that in the mornings as well during the week?" "yeah because there's no breakfast, but nowwthat they mmy start serving breakfast." this room is empty now, but next week it's expected to be used for the day shelter. large food pantry where many things are stored, things that are going to be served during shelter hours, li cereal." (cg: rachel lehmannnn"not only is this going to be a place to come and warm up but it may bring a sense of community, it may we'd like to offer social services and try and get folks more permanate housing, a more permenate residence, that's kind of our goal long term." e salvation army usually gets between 40 and 70 people at their dinners. they say they aren't sure what to expect for breakfast but they
the colder temperatures on their way. we'' got you covered live, need volunteers to help serve breakfast. they could also always use donations for food items as well as gloves and things they can hand out to help keep people warm.. an iowa nurse is charged with taking pain medication meant for patients it happened at the danville care center in danville. forty-three- year-old sonjj hanks,,was arrested monday on a warrant that listed the drug counts and another for tampering with care center records. court records say the medication hanks obtained while working as a nurse at the cter was meant to be given to hree patieets from april to july. an iowa man is convicted of possessing a firearm as a felon and crack cocaine with the intent to distribute. 32-year-old marchello rembert, of waterloo, was found guilty by a jury in federal court in cedar rapids. police arrested rembert in june of last year and fond 15 bags of crack cocaane in his front pocket. a loaded pistol was also found in his girlfriend's vehicle, which was
he faces as@many as 30 years in prison. a formee cedar falls man pleaded guilty to a federal charge of receiving child pornography. robert turner entered the plea tuesday in cedar rapids. the charge stemmed from a cedar falls police investigation when turner was a university of northern iowa student and living on campus. authorities allege turner received photos of minors enenaged in sexuallactivity ffom august 2013. a second arrest is made in the robbery of a credit union... the robbery happened inndubuque in november ----at the du-trac community credit union... in december -- one suspect, shawn cade was arrested in connection with the crime... last night... rock island lice arrested another man for his alleged participation... william w. franklinnis being held in rock county jail on a 100- thousand dollar bond for robbery in the second degree... franklin is an alleged accomplice in the november 27th roberry... police in keokuk are working
illinois to see if early morning home invasions by armed masked intruders in the two cities are related. keokuk police says 32-year-old ian keefe was found in a home in keokuk early thursday morning shot three times. two dogs also were shot. hinton says two masked suspects were seen fleeing the home in a car around 1 a.m. a similar incident was reported about a half hour earlier in hamilton. anamosa authorities say aa inmate assaulted a male correctional officer. it happened at the anamosa state penitentiary. the inmate accuued is taylor denney, whohois serving a 15 year sentence for second degree arson. the officer suffered face and head injuries but they are not life threatening. police are investigating a suspicious death... dubuque police say they went into a home in the 29 hundded block of jackson street on monday after a distrubance report... inside, they found 72- year-old gary breckenridge's body.
at the time. breckenridge's body was sent to the state medical examiner for an autopsy... but at this point police believe the man's death is suspcious. if you have any information regarding the incident - call ppice. a new facebook page aims to support waterloo police officers. "waterloo police, we've got your backs" was just created this week and already has more than 2- thousand likes. it was created after a kwwl story about a page threatening the lives of officers, which has since been taken down. coming up on kwwl, aa eastern iowa university takes a stand on hoverboards. and - mark woodley will join us to break down the packers and vikings playoff matchups. and.d. here's a liie look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar.... meteorologist kyle kiel will have your full emmy for outstanding newscast. meteorologist mark schnackenberg "now your storm track 7
from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from t t kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: this evening there will be patchy areas /f fog along with scattered rain showers across eastern iowa. ttight, the light to mmerate rain showers become more widespread with areas of fog lingering, reducing visibility. temperatures will remain above freezing, keeping all pecipitation in liquid form, althoogh there coulddbe snow mixed in to the north. lows will be in the lower to middle 30s. low pressure tracks to our southeast on friday, giving us scattered rain showers and areas of fog. during the afternoon, the rain beccmes more scattered and could mix with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in
rain ends by the evening, additional rain totals will be a quarter to half inch. our weather then turns windy and cold for saturday with a few morning snow showers. temperatures will be falling throughout the weekend, with lows by sunday morning below zero in many areas. wind chills could be -10 to -15 at times, with the cold temperatures lasting much oonext week. this evening there will be patchy areas of fog along with scattered rain showers across eastern iowa. tonight, the light to moderate rain showers become more widespread with areas of fog lingering, reducing visibility. temperatures will remain abo freezing, keeping all precipitation in liquid form, although there could be snow mixed in to the north. lows will be in the lower to middle 30s. low pressure tracks to our southeast on friday, giving us scattered rain showers and areas of fog. during the afternoon, the rain becomes more scattererd and could mix with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in
rain ends by the evening, additional rain totals will be a quarter half inch. our weather then turns windy and cold for saturday with a few morning snow showers. temperatures will be falling throughout th weekend, with lows by sundd morning below zero in many areas. wind chills could be -10 to -15 at times, with the cold temperatures lastingmuch of next week.this ening there will be patchy areas of fog along witt scsctered rain showers across eastern iowa. tonight, the light to moderate rain showers become more widespread wth areas of fog lingeing, reducing visibility. temperatures will remain above freezing, keeping all precipitation in liquid form, although there could be snow mixed in to the north. lows will be in the lwer to middle 30s low pressure tracks to our souueast on friday, giving us scattered rain showers and areas of fog. during the afternoon, the rain becomes more scattered and could mix with snow to thth northwest, although accumulation is not in
rain ends by the evening, additional rain totals will be a quarter to half inch. our weather tten turns windydy and cold for saturday with a few morning snow showers. temperatures will be falling throughout the weekend, with & lows by sunday morning below zero in many areas. winnchills could be -10 to -15 at times, with the cold temperatures lasting much of next week.this evening there will be patchy areas of fog along with scattered rain showers across across the country... but a lot of universities are banning them... and the university of iowa just followed suit. after hearing the boards can cause fires... the school is no longer allowing them in dorms. kwwl's hillary maglin has that story. hoverboards - a growing trend in many parts of the country that's quickly in the boards that can cause them tooatch fire... several universities are banning them... including the university
(sot. cg: von stange/university housing director) "our concern obviously is the safety of the residents living on campus in the residents halls so that's why we made that determination." some students are concerned... but many feel different to the ban. (sot. cg: hillary maglin) "a lot of students tell me despite hoverboards growing popularity, the ban doesn't really affect them, because they still mainly use bicycles and traditional skateboards around campus." some students even say the fires seem like rare malfunctions... and they don't see the harm in keeping don't go at that fast of a cause fires are worked out of
into dorms... the boards will be confiscated and kept in n office until the student can take it home. the packers and vikings as they look to keep their seasons alive -- plus -- hawkeye coach kirk ferentz met theheedia today to put a wrap on iowa's season and the run to the rose bowl -- you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in "now, kwwl spprts." i'm moving to a place where i can get internet from centurylink. if i get the three year price lock, am i stuck with the threyear contract? no. that just means the price won't change. for three years. that way the price is locked, you're not. you can just2hang out and be free. lock in your monthly price for 3 years without a contract when you bundle with unlimited nationwide calling.
years -- unlike last january's move to c-j beathard -- we saw no bombshells on top of the depp chart -- especially at defensive back where desmond king will return after a team record tying 8 interceptions this season -- and winning the jim thorpe award -- and whililmany expected d im to head to the nfl -- ferentz says he wasn't surprised by the decision to stay -- the opportunity to be part of something special. it is more fun, it's more enjoyable than pro football, and every one of our r layers says that. the playoffs start this weekend -- and the green bay packers -- well -- they cost themselves a ome game losing at home to minnesota this past sunday -- the packers head to washington on sunday -- aaron rodgers is 3 and 3 all time as a starter in road playoffs games -- but has loss his last 2 -- but he
opportunity to change that trend this weekend -- obviously we're spoiled to play in lambeau, but the feeling you have, a road win and the flight back is a pretty special kicks off at 3:30 --
minnesota -- with the division title -- meanwhile -- now has to face a seattle team that's one of the hottest in football -- and also beat down the vikings by 31 points earlier in the season -- but they get to play in the revenge -- why do you want to play them again?) it's hard to beat a team twice. that is the hardest road, we don't want the easy route. we'll take the hard one. we ain't afraid to fight for it." the vikings and seahawks kick off at noon on n unday -- lovie smith is out after just 2 years as head coach of the tampa bay
bill clinton continued his iowa campaign with a trip up to dubuque. a large crd packed the buildingngto see clinton. during his speech, clinton mentioned how hillary was able to get bills passed during her time in congress. after the speech, clinton spent time shaking hands and chatting with voters. and tonight at ten ron sits doww for a one-on-one interview with democratic presidential candidate berne sanders.
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