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are also tracking a little bit of snow and a mix in between across parts of bremer, butler and chickasaw counties. mainly our far northwestern counties. we're looking at the temperatures as well, and notice that many of us are above the freezing mark. however, our far northwestern counties are starting to see partially covered roads, so things could get a little slick for that morning commute. here's a closer look at what exactly is falling from our storm track 7 live doppler radar. parts of snow line, and some parts are transitioning to all snow. accumulations will stay generally under a half inch, but it weather network in decorah shows mainly wet roads, but that is also being reduced due to
decision 2016 -- president bill clinton making some stops in eastern iowa today -- campaigning for his wife hillary. he stopped by new-bo city market in cedar rapids for lunch and to answer some questions from business owners, workers, and customers. president clinton speaking about everything from nutrition -- to gun control. he later stopped by the hotel julien in dubuque -- which is where kwwl's brad hanson joins us now the former president's trip to dubuque tonight a little more formal than his stop earlier in the day. about 500 people on hand to hear
be the next president. it's former president bill clinton's first visit to dubuque since 2008, and the line of people waiting three hours early. (jeff lenhart, dubuque) "i don't know who i'm going to vote for, so i want to hear what bill has clinton arrived to an announced crowd of 500 people at the hotel julien, and spoke for nearly an hour--hitting on everything from wage inequality to the flavor of the week, gun control. the president's gun safety measures before he even announced them." but it wasn't all serious in dubuque--a phone call providing a lighter moment. "my phone's ringing...i'll have to call hillary back and explain why i can't take it." clinton stuck around for about 30 minutes after, talking with fans and taking plenty of selfies. even if they weren't so up close and personal. (catherine tully, dubuque) "oh, it was just wonderful, he's so personable and charismatic." marcy doyle says
former president was an exciting experience. (marcy doyle, galena) "i've always liked him, and i"m be nice to hear from him, what he had to say." as we said earlier, president clinton was here campaigning for hillary clinton. she's slated to make an appearance at the university of dubuque next week. we've got you covered live in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. today's visit was clinton's first to campaigned for hillary back in 2008. a new poll out tonight shows senator bernie sanders within 3 points of hillary clinton among likely new hampshire primary next four days, campaigning in iowa
sanders need for real change message has been resonating with voters across the country. the 74-year old has been attracting huge crowds at his campaign events at almost every stop. tonight, in cedar rapids, i had a chance to speak one on one with the long-time vermont independent--turned democrat. though he trails clinton in iowa right now, he still expects to win here. "my guess is when we began, 80 to 85 per cent of the people so, if you question is, do i think we can win, yes, i do think we can win. but, your point is right: if we're going to win this, we need to bring our people out, get a large voter turnout, and that is what we are working to do." sanders says his plans call for a tax on wall street speculation...saying it's time for wall street to help the middle class of this country. senator sanders kicks off his 4-day
in cedar rapids at the double tree hotel. he'll begin by talking about paid family and medical leave. and we'll have him on the steele report next week. also in iowa today. cruz holding a town hall in the current republican frontrunner in iowa speaking on endorsements -- particularly for one of his competitors... (sen. ted cruz/(r) presidential candidate) it is no surprise. their foreign policies are almost identical. their immigration policies are identical. and so it's no surprise that peple who are supporting other candidates in this race are going to jump on with the silly attacks that occur as we get closer and closer to election day." cruz also made stops in pocahontas and humboldt earlier today. a man is shot three times, along with two dogs inside a home in
police responding to the shots fired call in the 300 block of belknap blvd. in keokuk. the victim is 32- year-old ian keefe -- his condition is not known at this time. police say two suspects wearing masks left the scene in a car. authorities are also working to see if this shooting is connected to a similar incident in hamilton, one person is arrested after a shooting inside a home. it happened this morning in the 15- hundred block of seventh avenue southeast in cedar rapids. 31-year-old derek bekeris is charged with attempted murder, going armed with intent, and other drug charges. nobody was injured in the incident. a new, positive facebook page surfacing tonight.. in response to another page targeted at killing local police officers. earlier this week a facebook page
kill waterloo police officers. the waterloo police chief believes it was these pictures...with the caption '"i got my eyes on you...that prompted this new page. those photos showed a suspect being arrested following a shooting on new years eve. now. someone made new facebook page titled, "waterloo pd, we got your backs" kwwls olivia mancino talked with the creator tonight this page has been up for just a few days and has already garnered more than 35- hundred likes corey timm, the guy who created this page, had no idea the page "ohh that was horrible" on thursdays, corey timm spends his evenings at maple lanes bowling alley. on this particular thursday, timm shook off the rust from the holidays and caught up with the crew. "somebody started a facebook be killed" "jesus" "or something like that" and it wasn't their bowling game highlighting the
instead, something completely knocked him out. "i was just appalled really" appalled by a facebook page targeted at killing waterloo police officers emerged on monday... "i was like really, someone actually created that" so timm decided to make police "we've got your backs" " i created the page, i didnt expect anything of it, and i started adding a few things and shared it with about 50 people" now, the page has more than 35-hundred likes, and a new administrator to step up and help monitor it. "the waterloo police don't get enough credit anyway, being on the streets and dealing with what they deal with" page.. but they say the support for their local police department is enough to bring anyone together. "people really do appreciate the police, and i don't think they know that" and he hopes with this swift response, the police department knows those who wish ill on police officers are the minority. "i think just everyone was looking for something positive
i asked timms his intentions with the page now that its active he says he doesn't have anything solid yet, but as a dad, one of his main goals is to facilitate meet and greets between police officers and kids in places like a bowling alley. back to you... we reached out to the waterloo police chief for a response to this new facebook page chief trelka says "we are humbled by the kind outpouring of support for law enforcement by the creation and contributions to this page" authorities say an inmate assaulted an officer at a local correctional facility. it happened at the l-u-b living unit at anamosa state penitentiary. the man accused is taylor denney, who is serving a 15 year sentence for second degree arson, escape of a felon from des moines county. his sentence began in february of 2010. the officer suffered face and head injuries in the incident,
one person is critically injured after a house fire started by a deep fryer. fire crews saw flames coming from the back of the house in merrill, wisconsin. the 77-year-old man inside was able to get out but was taken to the local hospital's burn unit. investigators say the fryer was unattended in the kitchen -- which started the fire. both the garage and the home suffered damage. the salvation army is opening a new local winter day shelter.. the iowa city shelter will be open from 9 in the morning until those in need of a meal. one homeless man says he eats from dumpsters on sundays when his usual options for food are not available, so he says this shelter is something that is much needed. (cg: ron tuggle/ have to do that in the mornings as well during the week?" "yeah because there's no breakfast, but now that they may
he says the new shelter at the salvation army will help him out. it will be open through mid march. coming up on kwwl... five people on the loose after an attemped smash- and-grab burglary,. plus.. a fire breaks out at the site of this year's olympic games. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel has your full forecast, coming up... "you're watching kwwl. we've and sports with rick coleman.
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 we are tracking a little bit of rain, a mix
and areas of fog. many of us stay rain, while areas across the northwest could see a little bit of snow mixed in. rain continues into tomorrow with a transition to rain and snow during the afternoon, especially across the northern half of the kwwl viewing area. this will likely create some slick spots on the roadwasy . then we turn windy and much colder as we head into the day on saturday.
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 above 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 and could mix with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in the forecast. by the time the rain ends by the evening, additional rain totals will be a 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 of next 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 above freezing, keeping all precipitation in liquid 30s. low pressure tracks to our southeast on friday, giving us scattered rain showers and areas of fog. during the afternoon, the rain becomes
with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in the forecast. by the time the rain ends by the evening, additional rain totals will be a 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 of next 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 above freezing, keeping 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 scattered and could mix with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in the forecast. by the time the 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 of next week.this
eastern iowa. tonight, the light to moderate rain showers become more widespread with areas of fog lingering, reducing visibility. temperatures will remain above freezing, keeping all precipitation in liquid 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 scattered and could mix with snow to the northwest, although accumulation is not in the forecast. by the time the our weather then turns windy temperatures will be falling evening there will be patchy light to moderate rain showers become more widespread with will be in the lower to middle and cold for saturday with a few with the cold temperatures remain above freezing, keeping time the rain ends by the eastern iowa. tonight, the coming up on kwwl... a homeless man is rescued after nearly being chopped up by a trash
marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck again in san bernardino... 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. a small fire starts at the scene of this year's olympic games. the fire happening in a shipping container near the tennis venue at rio de janeiro's olympic park. police are investigating if it was possibly started by former workers who are protesting against layoffs.
nobody was hurt in the fire. the venue is still under construction ahead of the olympic games this august. a homeless man is rescued after accidentily being dumped into a garbage truck while the trash compacter is running. take a look at the rescue here in northern california. fire crews say the man was sleeping in a dumpster when the garbage truck made its pickup. the truck driver says they made screaming. no word on his condition tonight. police are searching for five men involved in a smash-and-grab burglary. take a look at the stolen pickup truck here smashing trough a convenience store in texas. after they get inside -- you can see the group of people trying to move the safe -- but are unable to do so. police say they later took off and abandoned thr truck. all five have yet to be found. breaking news fire crews are on the scene of
fire a 100 block of coalfax drive in waterloo. a lot of smoke was scene. we will bring you more details as they become available. coming up next... it's an off week for david johnson and arizona -- but still the former panther grabbed a big honor -- plus -- we'll hear from kirk ferentz as he wraps up a season that ended in iowa's first rose bowl in 25 years -- mark woodley joins us "now, kwwl sports, presented
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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.
it appears kirk ferentz made the right decision when he switched things up and named c-j beathard as the starting quarterback at a post-bowl press conference last year -- today marked this year's version of that press conference -- with no such bomb- shells this time around -- but ferentz did use it as an opportunity to heap some hefty praise on his team leader -- beathard -- of course -- is the only quarterback in hawkeye history to lead a team to a 12 and oh regular season record -- and dating back to his only start in 20-14 -- he won the first 13 games of his career -- with one more season left in the black and gold -- ferentz says he who couldn't get better, so that's how cj's wired some unbelievable things. the other thing i'm looking forward
beathard. i think he's probably looking forward to it more than any of us. fairly soon iowa will begin spring ball -- david johnson gets the week off in the nfl as his cardinals have a first round bye in the playoffs -- but it's still been an eventful day as johnson was today named the nfl's rookie of the month -- after getting thrust in to arizona's starting role -- johnson had over 400 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns during december -- his biggest came coming against the eagles where he tallied 229 all- purpose yards and 3 touchdowns -- his cardinals will be back on the field next weekend against a playoff opponent yet to be determined -- another former panther and arizona cardinal may be a step closer to the hall of fame -- kurt warner was named as one of the 15 finalists for possible induction in to the hall in canton, ohio -- it's the second straight year warner made the cut as a finalist -- but he fell short on
of fame last season -- and reached the super bowl again in 2009 with arizona before falling to the steelers -- remember a couple weeks ago when jimmy butler called out fred hoiberg for being too soft on players -- things appear to be better now -- bulls going after 6 straight tonight --
and butler -- after contact -- knocks it down -- ties the celtics up at 43 in the second -- how about a dougie mc-buckets sighting in the second half -- mcdermott for three -- -- three of those tonight for the ames high grad -- bulls up nine late -- and they'd make it 6 in a row tough loss for the 23rd ranked iowa women tonight -- michigan outscored the hawkeyes 30 to 13 in the 4th quarter to rally ten conference play -- thanks rick.