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eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. area this morning.. we had some snow earlier, so there are some there, too, with visibilititis today, with more snow mixing in fall this afternoon as winds we begin this hour with decision vermont. the problem -- the degrees and then will start to fall this afternoon as winds turn to the noh. we have a very cold forecast ahead... i'll have more in a few minutes. we begin this hour with decision 2016 coverage donald trump's campaign gives hou with decision 2016 coverage donald trump's campaign gives out 20-thousand tickkts in vermont. hosted
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people. less than a month from the iowa caucuses, alllthe candidates want t t make a last minute splash. edward lawrence has the against his republican and democratic rivals, donald trump went on defense against some protesters at a vermont rally just steps awayfrom senator bernie sanddrs campaign headquarters thth republican frontrunner says he would love to run against sanders who trails hhlary clinton n the democratic side. "that would be a dream come true. but i have my mind set on hillary." former president bill clinton, on the campaign trail for his wife, refused to engage trump making an issue of his past transgressioos. "i have no interest in n etting involved in their politics..." "i disagree with the republican front-runner mr. trump. you see, i think america is great."
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mccain questioned the eligibility of his closest competitor for president. "it's no surprise. everrbody ows that john ccain is going to endorse marco rubio." the first test for who survives te attacks, accusations, and heckling will be februarr 1st. the ioww caucus willlbe first, then the new hampshire primary eight days later. if other republican candidates drop out, their supporters will be highly sought after ededard lawrence e c news, washington. several presdential canidates will be in eastern iowa today....including ted crr, bernie sanders, aa martin o'malaley house speaker paul ryan makes it official. he signs the bill repealing the affordable care act. the house of representatives has approved a similar measure
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time, the senate jumpededn "this is the closest that we president's desk. and we have now shown that, with a republican president, there is a clear path to repealing obamacare without 60 votes in the united states senate." the president will veto the bill. in fact, when white house press secretary josh earnest s asked what republicans had acacomplished with this repeal h h replied, quote, "nothing." authorities say they are investigating a meth lab in delaware cunty. deputies were seen on 210th st last night. a searchharrant was alalo executed near the intersection of highway 38 and main st. we're waiting for more information about what happened. a man is in the hospital after a deep p ryer starts a house fire. fire crews saw flames coming from the back of the house in merrill, wisconsin. the 77-year-old man inside was
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the hospitl's burn unit. investigators say the fryer was unattended i i the kitchen. both the garage and the home suffered damage. a pilot dies in a small plane crash. it happened in tennessee. the plane landed bhind a home near an airport. no one else was hurt. a homeless man is recovering in the hospital after being dumped in a garbage truck. california firefighters responed to a call of a man trapped in a garbage ruck compactor. they say he was sleeping in a dumpster when the waste management truck made the pick up. the truck driver says they made four more stops before they signs of someone inside the dumpmper. they maae several stops before they noticed or heard that someone was inside the dumpster." no word on the man's condition. as more people watch the netflii documentary "mmking a murderer"...a juror is speaking out.
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avery, who served 18 years in prison for a rape e didn't commit. he was released because of d-n-a evidence. after getting out -- avery is accused of murder in wisconsin. a juror...who was dismissed before the verdict because of a family emergency... believes soo votes might have been traded. "that sounds about right what room, the father of manitowoc county sheriff's deputy sat with his arms folded and said 'he is guilty as all hell.'" the series has sparked a number of onine petitions about the verdict. texas has a new open carry law. and one barbeque joint is receiving threats for supporting the law. since january first, the restuarant has been offering discounts to customers who legally carry guns. that's when a state open carry law went into effect. someone posted on facebook tht he'll shoot up the place this saturday...and armed customers
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attack. but the restaurant's owner is not budging. "we're gonna open on saturday as usual, we're not gonna run our business as if it was a regular day." he does plan to bring in some police officers saturday to show support. a new medical marijuana dispensary opens in new york...but nobody was waiting in line to buy products. not one appointment was on the books. some are calling the seal for the village f whitesboro, n nw york offensive.. and are asking for it to be changed. its shows the founder of whitesboro -- hugh white -- in a friendly wrestling matc with a native american. now peope who live in town have a chance to vote on a new seak. once and for all let the residents have the say about what seal they want to represent them and their home and they're history. the villagesays the current seal is supposed to show how the founder gained respect from the native americans in the area. check out this massive rockslide
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it's shutting down access to part of the park. it's not clear when the roadway will be cleared or reopen. travelers to the park are being told to takean alternate route. we're about to see thh coldest weather we've dealt with in months. and you might end up making one of the biggest mistakes a lot of parents make in the wier..... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in waterlowith more about how to protecc your child in the winter. well- growing up this is a mistake i know i made more than once when sutting my youngest brother in his car seat...... when it's really cold d ut.... you might be strapping your child in with their winter coat on so they stay warm.... turns out although you might be trying to protect your kk... you may this crash test video simulating a child with their coat on in their car seat. but when the car crashes...the child flys out of the seat. i spoke with deb jones... a certified
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and she says the main problem is the straps are too loose... loose." this baby was strapped in with her winter coat on... we took it off to show you how loose the straps are.... some tips if you are worried about your child getting too cold.... you can put a blanket over them or put their winter jacket over them once they are strapped in. also o ake sure to w wrm your car we've got you covered live in waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. another interesting fact: according to jones the same rules apply to drivers and wearing a large or puffy winter jacket 're learning ore about thth university of iowa's thoughts on hoverboards. the university is banning them in dorms, apartments, and dining halls following many reports of hoverboards catching fire. (von stange/uviversity hosing dirtor) "if a fire breaks out, rooms annthings like ttt. fires burn hot anan it can damage
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however -- he added the hoverboard ban is likkly temporary. it could be lifted if the number of accidents and fires go down in the future. a woman gives birth safely on the side of the highway. it's thanks to new jersey state troopee -- whose dashcam was rolling! "here ya go... 1, 2, 3 push. there you go, keep going, good, there we go" the woman and her husband were rushing t tthe hospital but the baby decided she didn't want to wait. the newborn baby girl and her mother were taken to the hospital by ambulnce and are doog well. its still to come... firefigthers use their ice rescue training to save a dog in the water. plus...surfers aren't backing down from these waves...even with an advisory in place. and...she's a girl in a sport
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"you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa."
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america is not just electing a president, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affoable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong.
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recast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kl stormtrack 7 weaththr teaa rain and fog today with a mix this afternoon as temperatures start to fall... and continue to fall through most of the weekend. we have rain showers tracking through now, although some snow felel to the north, so there are some partially covered roads there.... we also have areas of dense fog... visibilities are below 2 miles over most of the viewing area this mornin. stormtrack7 live weather network will keep that fog and rain in the area his mornrnng with some snow showing up later today and tonight. right now, temperatures are holding in the 30s across the state and we keep the rain in our part of the area, but there is snow to the west as the cold air and we will have some snow mixing in this afternoon with snow showers through saturday, but mainly we will notice the cold. much colder air will track in... with teens and 20s in the dakotas ccering much of the e upper midwest by tomorrow. we will start
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falling temps through tomorrow will head toward very low wind chills by sunday. today will be mild, though, with highs in the mid 30s tooow 40s... fog and rain will mix with snow this afternoon as temperatures start their fall. light snow tonight with no accumulation expected and temperatures will continue to drop through saturday. light snow showers and brbrezy north winns. hhhs will onllbe a few degrees above the very cold low on sunday with those very low wind chills all day. it will stay though, with highs in the mid 30s to low 40s... fog and rain wjll mix with snow this afternoon atemperaturess start their fall. light snow tonight with no accumulation expected and temperatures will continue to drop through saturday. light snow showers and breezy north winds. highs will onlye a few degrees chills all day. it will stay cold through wednesday before gettng back into the low 20s
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eileens been mentioning the fog we're dealing with this morning... here's a look at i-380 nearrthe eastern iowa airport. you can hardly see anything. we have a number of school delays -- those are runing n the bottom of your screen and you can find them on our ebsite, kwwl dot com a dog falls into an icy pond -- adnd firefighters come to the
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the dog's#owner let himff the leash while out for a walk. but the chocolate labrador chased after geese on a frozen pond and then fell through the ice. his owner quickly called 9-1-1... and a firefighter in a wet suit pulled to the 911 disatchers. they re awesome. thank you verrmuch." the dog is doing well and he's already back to his normal routine. a high surf advisory is in effect this morning in california -- but it's not stopping some brace surfers from hitting up one of the most dangerous and notorious surf spots in the country. me avoided the tiring and dangerous paddle out by using jet skis to reach the swells. one surfer dislocated his shoulder. no other injuries were reported. its coming up... she's one of few female wrestlers on the mats, but what's even more unique, she can't see her opponents. plus...presidential games. we're looking at the fun some animals are having ahead of the
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you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in nashua, newhall, north liberty and all of eastern iowa a top story this morning -- we are de 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 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
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it's a tough sport for anyone, but this teenager has an added opponents. todd gibson reports. liana mutia just can't understand what the big fuss is. male's sport is very unusual,.. amazing,.. "i was legally blind for a year that the eye's started to get, i really couldn't hide it anymore this year." liana has been losing sight since her sophomore year but competing. judo is her primary sport but liana wanted a new challenge,.. wrestling provided that. her parent's at first,.. were skeptical. "i mean it's a boys game so i in practice and in matches,.. her opponent is required to always keep contact with her. that's the only "advantage" liana is given. on the mat, there are no teammate, she works hard and competessand that's what's great about her." being visually impaired... believe it or not... does give liana one advantage.
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knowing what they look like anyway." not that that would mattttr to a someone as fearless as liana. she's done quite well in her first year of varsity wrestling... four wins against six losses. "a good record for a girl and a and losses are not what's important. "wrestling kind of distracts me from my eye sight i guess. it teammates who look out for her ad help her get around. and if she d a wish. "i'd like to see what they look like." instead liana will have to settle for physical conta,.. competing in a sport foreign to most girls. its coming up.. who runs the world? it appears beyonce does...when
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watched events of the year plus...cow pie caucus...we'll see who the animals think will win storm track sevv meteorologist eileen loan is back with another ch you got people working incredibly long hours. median f fily income today ---$4,000 less than it t s 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 n n live in poverty.
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witt another check of your storm track seven forecast. fog and rain this morning with rain and snow this afternoon. temperatures will begin to fall this afternoon and keep tomorrow won't add up to much. winddchills on sundndy will be it seems the superbowl is "crazy in love" with beyonce. pepsi has confirmed that the 3434ear-old singgr will joinn britiih rockers coldplay during the show. the last time beyonce performed during the super bowl half-time by her destiny child's bandmates. super bowl 50 takes place february 7th. someeun ahead ofofnext month's
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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 o ictures of thee candidates.. donald trump was the "winner" for the republicans. the bulls were too shy to pick a "you're watching kwwl. we've
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now on today in iowa...president obama takes his fight against gun violence on the road...and holds a town hall to answer questions. plus...keepinninfants safe in the cold weather. some tips about the right ways to keep them warm. and...it doesn't seem possible..but a woman gives birth to her own granddaughter. we'll explain how and a big story this morning is the wather -- this is a live look at i-380 in black hawk county many schools are deeyed this morning -- check the bottom of your screen good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here
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forecast. we continue to see some rain tracking through the viewing area this morning.. we had some snow earlier, soohere are someeroads remaining at 2 miles or less this afternoon. temperatures will only climb a few more very cold forecast ahead... i'll have more in a few minutes. days afterpresident obama announced executive actions on the road. hehetook part in a town hall last our top story... days after prereident obama announced executtve actions aimed attreducing gun vvolence -- the president takes his pitch on the
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he took part in a town hall last night, defending his decision. karin caifa has t highlights. "the way it is descrrbed, is is consistennly mischaracterized." the president but he says his policies and positions on guns -- has helped gun manufactureres. 'i have been now president for over seven years and gun sales don't seem to have suffered during that time. i have been very good for gun manufacturers," the president argued the country would be safer -- - f majority of the public supports americans think they will actually work. the president's plans include expanding background cheeks
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so- called "gun show loophole," that leaves most small and private sellers exempt from keeping formal sales records. financial markets are off to a rough start in 2016. as we wait for the markekes to open here, we're keeping an eye on the foreign markets already open. stock markets in china got off to a wild start today - one day after a sharp drop in prices triggered a shutdown of ttding. china's major stock indexes swung up and down, then rose more than two percent in early trading. th dow jones endd the day $own 392 points yesterday. it continues a pllge that leaves the dow down more than 900 points -- or more than five percent -- in the first four days of 2016. that go back to 18-97. another arrest made following a robbery at a credit union. the robbery happened at du-trac community credit union in dubuque back in november. rock islaad police arreeting a man this week. william franklin is being held on 100-thousand dollars bond, accused of second degree robbery. this is the second arrest in
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police are now calling a death investigation suspicious. dubuque police say they went into a home in the 29 hundred report... inside, they found 72- year-old gary breckenridge's body. no one else was inside the home at the time.. breckenridge's body was sent to the state medical examiner for a texas state trooper turns himself in to rangers. a grand jury indicted the trooper wednesday, chargingngim with perjury. they say he lied about what led to his confrontation with sandra bland following a traffic stop last year. the trooper was later releas on a 25-hundred dollar bond. if convicted, he faces up to one year in prison and a finin. the so-called "affluenza" mom heads to court in texas today for arraignment. she's being charged with hindering the apprehension of a felon. authorities believe she helled her son flee to mexico while prosecutors were investigating whether ethan had violated his probation for killing four people in a drunken driving crash. bond is set at one-million dollars. in new york, seventeen cargill salt miners are safe after spending roughly 10 hours trapped in an elevator 800 to 900 feet below
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earth. thanks to a crane and the efforts of dozens of first responders, the last of those mine workers surfaced just after nearly 11 hours after the incident. decision 2016... bernie sanders is back in iowa for a four day campaign swing. ahead of his events, he sat down with kwwl's ron steele for a one- one one interview. though he trails clinton in iowa "my guess is when we began, 80 to 85 per cent of t te people in iowa did not even know who i and, i think we have narrowed the gap between secretary clinton and myself. so, if you question is, do i think we can win, yes, i do think we thiss we need to bring our people out, get a large voter turnout, and that is what we are working to do." sanders sayy 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.
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waverly, and toledo today we'll have more from the interview with senator sanders on an upcoming edixion of the steele report. republican candidate ted c cuz also in iowa today. his bus tour across the state made several more stops yesterday -- including in humboldt. senator cruz will be in decorah today --and waukon, strawberry point, oelwein, new hampton and waverly tomorrow. we've been asking repeatedly for a sit down, 1-on-1 interview with him during his campaign. so far, we've been told he doesn't have time. kentucky senator and repubbican presidential hopeful rand paul celebrates his brithday in iowa... happy birthday to you! paul celebrating the day with supporters at a des moines bar. though only seeing minimal support in the polls... paul says his campaign is getting traction. paul also says many voters are yet to settle on a candidate despite the caucuses being only 3-weeks away rand paul wasn't the only candidate enjoying an iowa bar last night... like you still have a choice.. go to your caucus february first
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o'malley entertained a packed house at karl's place in des moines. o'malley is likely singing the blues. last week he failed to file the number of signatures needed to appear on ohio's primary ballot in march. a big surprise for some eastern iowans -- a former president drops in as they're eating lunch. bill clinton in eastern iowa yesterday to campaign for his wife hillary. he stopped by new-bo city market in cedar rapids for lunch and to answer some questions from business owners, workerr, and customers. president inton speaking about everything from nutrition -- to gun control. the former president also spoke at two campaign events -- one in about 500 people showing up to hotete julien clinton drew on his experience not only as a president, but as hillary's husband--saying he's seen her get things done long before she held any office. but it was an interruption that provided thh most memorable moment of the night. my phone's ringing...i'll have to call hillary back and explain why i can't take it." clinton stuck around for about
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minutes after he was done talking, connecting with many in the crowd and taking plenty of selfies. the governor of maine s under fire after makakg a controversial remark about out- of-state drug dealers. these are guys that are named d-money, smoothie, shifty. these ey're heroin then they go back home. incidennally, half the time they impregnatetea young, white girl before they leave e made the comoments duringga town hall meeting while talking about how he'd tackle drug abuse. an unusual bill is n the missouri house legislation after a scandal involving a former speaker of the house and an intern. the proposal states that sex would now be included in the definition of a "gift" between lawmakers and lobbyists. but lobbyists would have to report it.
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having a relationship with a lobbyist to that degree, i think that hey should d now. a citizen should know if that's going on." unlike other "gifts" lobbyists are required to report, sex would not be a one that the lobbyist would have to add a metary value to. commissioners in one kansas count are considering a policy that wouldd requirr county employees to speak only english when doing county business the only exception is if they're dealing with someone who can't speak fluent english...or unless ey're on bbak. if employees don't comply, they "what we're saying is if there's that we're trying to squash anybody's culture." commissioners say the purpose is to streamline the workplace. you might be making one of the biggest mistakes a parent can make and not even realize it.... it's a mistake many make right
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kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in waterloo with more on how to keep your child safe in the car. no matter where you are driving or how cold it is outside... it's important that you don't strap your child in a car seat with their winter jacket on... it's a common mistake... i know i've made it before with my younger brother.... here's crash test video showing this crash test video is schocking. it's simulating a child with their coat on in their car crashes...the child flys out of the seat. (nat) but why did this tigges are going to help show us what went wrong... "the thing that's wrong is um when they have a big fluffy snow suit on like this.. you have to deb jones, certified car seat technician with allen
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straps are too loose... "you want that strap snug enough that you can't pinch up off.... we can see just how loose those straps were with the coat on.... "its possible for those staps to slip off those shoulders because it's so loose..." jones says this is thr thing you can do if you don't have a blanket "one thing we encourage them to do is to warm the car up before they take the child out of the house." strapped in... and safe... so this never happens (crash video) another interesting fact: according to jones the same rules apply to drivers and passengers... we've got you covered live in waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. jones says no matter how old you are... you should not strap in
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wearing a large or puffy winter jacket this morning, we're hearing from the man who created a facebook page to support waterloo police. we first told you about the "waterloo pd, we've got your backs" page yesterday morning on today in iowa. the page has thousands of likes. corey timm says he had no idea he just wanted to fight this page...which we reported on earlier this week...encouraging violence against police... i created the page and it was a rebutall page, i didnt expect afternoon it was up to 500 now the positive page has taken off, timm says hes looking into facilitating meet and greets with police and kids at places like bowling alleys its coming up... new guidelines on sugar and cholesterol...we'll break down what the experts are advising. plus...a woman struggles to get pregnant...so she asks her own mother to carry the baby for
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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 sysm is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
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"you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with "now your storm track 7 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: rain and fog today with a mix this afternoon as temperatures start to fall... and continue to fall through most of the weekend. we have rain showers tracking through now, although some snow fell to the north, so there are some partially covered roads there.... we also have areas of dense fog... visibilities are below 2 miles over most of the viewing that fog and rain in the area this morning with some snow showing up later today and tonight. right now, temperatures are holding in the 30s across the state and we keep the rain in our part of the work into the system. that will track to the northeast and we will have some snow mixing in this afternoon with snow showers through saturday, but mainly we will notice the cold. much colder air will track in... with teens and 20s in the will start with the rain and fog, but the falling temps
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toward very low wind chills by sunday. today will be mild, though, with highs in the mid 30s to low 40s... fog and rain will mix with snow this afternoon as temperatures start their fall. light snow tonight with no accumulation expected and temperatures will continue to drop through saturday. light snow showers and breezy north winds. highs will only be a few degrees above the very cold low on sunday with those very low wind chills all day. it will stay cold through wednesday before fog and rain will mix with snow this afternoon as temperatures start their fall. light snow tonight with no accumulation expected and temperatures will continue to drop through saturday. light snow showers and breezy north winds. highs will only be a few degrees above the very cold low on sunday with those very low wind chills all day. it will stay cold through wednesday before getting back into the low 20s
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the salvation army is opening a new winter day shelter in iowa city. it'll be open 9 in the morning until 11:30 -- beginning monday. breakfast will be served for those in need of a meal. one homeless man says he eats from dumpsters on sundays when his usual options for food are not needed... (cg: ron tuggle/ homeless) "i eat out of
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breakfast, but now that they may start serving breakfast." the new shelter will be open through mid march. its stoll to come... a new dress can change its style based on your emotions. and stay safe on the roads this morning...remember we're dealing with fog. we're taking a live look at i-380 where it meets highway 30 in
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out later today...and some predict it could be the best news we've heard in years. economists predict the figure will show between 200 and 215- thousand jobs were added last month... that's about the same number of jobs added in november. the unemployment rate is expected to remain at five- percent... though some experts believe it's possible it could dip below five- percent for the first time in nearly eight years. airline-ratings- dot-com releases its annual ranking of the world's safest airlines. topping the list for a third year with a fatality-free record throughout its 95-year history is qantas...an australian airline airline-ratings- dot com also ranked the top ten safest low cost airlines... which included jetblue and virgin america. a fall hazard has prompted office depot to recall about 300-thousand executive chairs. the recall involves crawley executive chairs. they were sold at office depot and
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office depot has received eight reports of the seat plate weld cracking or breaking. no injuries have been reported. contact office depot to receive a free replacement seat plate. a dress featured at this week's consumer electronics show is taking the term "wearable" technology to a whole new level. this new 'smart' dress expands and collapses its form based on when it senses stress or adrenaline from the wearer. when adrenaline is sensed, the dress expands in the shoulder and skirt areas the federal government has just released it's latest dietary guidelines... one major focus in the new guidlines: sugar kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom with more about why you should pay attention to this. for the first time ever... the governmetn says americans should limit the amount of added sugar in their diets....to 10 percent of their daily calories.... that's around 12
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calorie diet. some other things to cut back on... according to these guidelines...salt and saturated fat.... but not necessarily cholesterol... experts say that for most people... dietary cholesterol does not have a major impact on blood cholesterol. something else new in the guidelines: a previous governemnt adivsory committee said these guidelines should urge people to cut back on red and processed meat... but now.... these final guidlines do not include that advice. we've got you covered live in the newsroom.... amanda gilbert kwwl news. the new dietary guidlines suggest that people should try eating other forms of protein... such as nuts... seeds and seafood. if you're a single guy looking for love, you may want to consider buying a dog. a new study by a group of professors finds men who own dogs are more attractive. they surveyed 12-hundred match- dot-com users who included pet info in their profiles. they found 61 percent of them
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said owning a pet makes someone more attractive. but not just any pet. 39 percent said owning a cat is a deal breaker. a woman gives birth to her own granddaughter. the woman is 53. her daughter is 28 and tried for three years to get pregnant...and had three miscarriages. so tracey thompson offered to serve as a surrogate...and went through a series of medical treatements to allow her body to carry a baby again. "my lovely mom offered to give me the greatest gift i could ever have in my life." she had gone through so much, and her and her husband had gone through so much...the miscarriages and the fertility and all that, and i didn't want to disappoint her." she gacve birth to a 6 pound 11 ounce girl two days ago. another show of iowa nice, this
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talking about hawkeye fans. check this out -- someone from pasadena wrote to the des moines register to thank hawkeye fans. he says quote... "absolutely no group of fans can hold a candle to the iowa faithful. they are just the nicest folks, period" its we're wrapping up today in iowa with the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan next.
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check of your forecast. fog and rain this morning with rain and snow this afternoon. temperatures will begin to fall this afternoon and keep going wind chills on sunday will be -15 to -25. highs will be only in the low to mid teens through wednesday. thanks for joining us, the
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back in good morning. breaking overnight. two men arrested in a multi-state terror bust. the suspects refugees accused of having ties to groups in syria and iraq, including isis. what the fbi says they were planning to do. raucous rally. donald trump interrupted by protesters repeatedly during a late night event in vermont. >> get them out. get them out. >> while in virginia, president obama holds a controversial town hall on guns and faces tough questions from the widow of american sniper chris crime. >> the laws that we create don't stop these horrific things that happening, right, and that's a very tough pill to swallow. >> right. >> going up, tomorrow's
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