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this is videeof his most ecent booking - from february in 2014. officials say the "most powerful drug trafficker in the world" was caught by the mexican navy early today -- in the western state of sinaloa. those at the scene say he was captured after a shootout -- and several of those working on his side were killed. you'll remember he escaped from inside his jail cell in this mexican prizon back in july... guzman was alone in his cell in the maximum security prison -- he walks into the shower area... and then he disappears from the view of the camera. and this is where he went -- down a long ladder to a tnnel... and it's believed he used this motorbike on an underground track -- and rode through this tunnel. the tunnel was very well built -- and included articiial light, air ducts and high- quality construction materails. el chapo was off the raraar for six months during a world-wide manhunt...
where he was found today... these pictures were released by the mexican navy... you can see a relatively innocuous looking building -- but inside, z small arseonal -- dozens of high power guns used in a shootout during el mexico's president addressed el chapo's arrest about an hour ago... translated he's saying: "this arrest as promised, had to happen. for months, careful intelligence and investigative process being carried out which andnd the n ntwork of this criminal." new details tonight...three people in an eastern iowa of making meth. we first told you this last night on kwwl... the delaware county sheriff's office searched this home late last night in delhi. kwwl's shirlly descorbeth s
she joins us now live in dubuque. shirley...you were in delhi last night...and agaithis mornin talkii to people ii the community. how do they feel about this? the people i spoke with didn't seem too surprised. they say it's happened in their small town before. deputies from the delaware county sheriffs office going through this home in the lakedelhi community thursday night. officials say there's evidence inside the home -- located on the 26- hundred block of 210th avenue...that shows meth was being made. cody miller and rebecca weber, both 24-years old have been arrested. community members say it's unfortunate that something like this happens in their town. "well, i idon't like to ss that kind of activity in our community. it's a good little just negative. we don't need it."
downtown area on 300 block of franklin street...officals also searched this location. fourty-seven 9ear old kimberly willingham arrested for possession of meth anan marijauna, aao possession of drug paraphernalia. officals say they searched the second location because the other two charged with various substances for making meth...visitededhat arara often. we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth... ...kwwl news. the investigationnremains ongoing. the delaware sheriffs office is waiting lab results. decision 2016... senator bernie sanders gains momentum in eastrn iowa thi week -- this at wartburg college. kwwl's mmcleod joins us live in the newsroom -- with reaction mac? nearly 700 bernie sanders
turn out to hear what the vermont senator has toosay about student loan debt, paid leave, and even climate change. a cramped 300 supporters fill this auditorium -- meanwhile -- another 400 could hear him speak from a different room. the senator says more thananhalf of all new income now goes to the top one percent -- and that needs to change. according to bernie sanders -- his message is gaining support around the united states -- and right here at home. say that 8 months ago,,maybe 75 percent of the people of iowa didn't even know who i was or what i stood for. we have come a long way in 8 months." the senator also talked about his concncrns with the unnted states' jail system -- a ad even marijijana. coming up tonight at six -- we'll have more reaction from voters -- to hear what they have to say about senator sanders' campaign. we've got you covered live in the neeroom -- macleod hageman --
as a reminder -- the feburary caucus kicks off february first. backsteps today from the governor of maine -- who is now trying to clarify what he actually meant type of guys that come from connecticut and new york, they come up here, they sell they're heroin then they go young, white girl before they leave governor paul lepage was talking about the drug problem in his state - and he apologized today - saying he's not perfect abd he didn't ined for his comments toobe taken raciilly. an attack on a philadelphia police officer is now being investigated as an act of terror. the suspect captted quickly after shooting the officer multiple times is claiming allegiance to isis. brian moore has late details. amanda, police say this was an
a lot more about the suspect and who he talked with before the officer sitting in his cruiser. and from the suspect ... a confession every bit as shocking. :sot: capt. james clark, homicide commander :10 - :16) "he stataed that he pledges his allegiance to islamic state, he follows allah and that is the reason he was called upon to do this." surveillance video captured the moment when the gunman openeddfire on officeejesse hartnett ... approaching until he was shooting point blank ... and unloading the last of eleven shots as he retreated . hartnett managed to return fire - even though he was hit three times. (sot: richard ross jr. / philadelphia police commissioner :34 - :46) "the bravery he demonstrated was absolutely remarkable. hihi will to live undoubtedly saved his life. and we're ever so thankful to god that he's here today, because this could have easily been a police funeral." police say harttt lost a lot of blood and underwent hours of surgery. his father says he'll pull through. (sot: robert hartnett, officer jesse hartnett's father :54 - :58) "gonna be a tough road, but
excellent philadelphia ... officer." police say suspect edward archer used a gun stolen from an officer's home in 2013. investigators say their biggest question now is whether archer acted on his own - or whether thiwas a coordinated homeland security committee, is pointing to the philadelphia attack as part of a trend - radicalized individuals targeting u.s. law enforcement. i'm brian mooaoain washington. now back to you. in the hours after this attack in philadelphia - the new york police department is urging their officers to remain extra vigilant -- and warned officers to take proaaive safety mmausres. coming up... one of the most reviled books in the world's history is back on the presses..what's different about this edition "mein kampf."
lottery fever is sweeping the nation -- as the powerball jackpot climbs to the highest number its ever been. that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast next. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered. with ron --------- --------- --------- --------- "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen
weather information. temperatures will drop into the teens and 20 by sunrise. the temperatures will contnue to fall throughout the day. temperatures by evening will be near 10 deerees with a gusty northwest wind. light snow saturday night. the coldest air of the season will be here sunday with highs in the uingle digits across eastern iowa. aree of dense fog will linger until about 10 pm. the light rain/drizzle will transition to light snow/flurries around midnight. little to no snow accumulation the temperatures will continue to fall throughout the day.
be near 10 degrees with a gusty northwest wind. light snow showers and a few flurries willlle possible through early saturday afternoon. clouds clear saturday night. the coldest air of the season will be here sunday with highs in the single digits across eastern iowa. areas of dense fog will linger until about 10 pm. the light rain/drizzle will transition to light snow/flurries around midnight. little to no snow accumulation is expected. temperatures will drop into the teens andd20 by sunrise. the temperatures will continue to fall throughout the day. temperatures by evening will be near 10 degrees with a gusty northwest wind. light snow showers and a few flurries will be possible through early saturday afternoon. clouds clear saturday night. the coldest air of the season will be here sunday with highs in the single digits across
coming up... good news that you need here is additional ffrecast showers and a few flurries will of the season will be hhre areas of dense fog will linger snow/flurries around midnight. little to no snow accumulation is expected. temperatures will to fall throughout the day. temperatures by evening will be near 10 degrees with a gusty northwest windd light snow showers and a few flurries will be possible through early satrday afternooo clouds clear saturday night. the coldest air of the season will be here sunday with highs in the single digits across eastern ioww. areas of dense fog will linger until about 10 pm. the light rain/drizzle will transition to light snow/flurries around midnight. little to no snow accumulation
drop into the teens andnd20 by sunrise. the tempeetures will continue to fall throughout the day. temperatures by evening will be near 10 degrees with a gusty northwest wind. light snow showers and a few flurries will be possible through early saturday afternoon. clouds clear saturday night. the coldest air of the season will be here sunday with highs in the single digits across eastern iowa. coming up... good news that you need to hear about manatees! and - if you hit that powerball jackpot, you'll be throwin nnits. coming up - find out what's wayyy more likely to happen to you than winning the money you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in strawberry point, elkport,
no surprise here - president obama vetos a bill that would get rid of his name-sake healthcare plan. yesterday house speaker paul ryan signed the republican-inspired legislation that would repeal obamacare. the health care plpln was made into law in 2010 - since then, republican lawmakers have been working on a
president obama says getting rid of the affordable health care act would reverse progress we've made in improving america's healthcare system. for the first time since world war two, hitler's manifesto will be back in bookstores. the infamous "mein kampf" or my struggle as it translates helped facilitate the murder of millions of people -- however, the new version is supposedly differrnt. the publisher sayayit's annotated - to help readers understand the book as a part of history. coprite protection for the book expired last month. a ride service popular in many cities across the country called uber may be coming to iowa city. uber users can requeet a ride at any time of the day with the uber app... which sends a driver right to your location. the city has been talking with uber for a while... and is confident uber will bb in iowa cittsoon.
interested in the idea as well. (peter kokontis/iowa city) "it to work during the week." (brandon christy/ui student) "if uber and iowa citt can make it overall o the students, especially with drunk driving and all that stuff going on." some people said they wouod prefer to walk to their destination
or use the bus line... but many people in iowa city. especially students... think uber will make gettlng around the citt more convenient. some good news to share -a once- endangered species - is no longer on the list. thth manatee will removed from the endangered species list. their population grew by 500-percent since 1991. the u-s fish and wildlife service credit better habitat conditions. the manatee is still a protected species. still to come on the k-w-w-l
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right now - more than 800 million dollars could be yours that's right - this huge popoerball jackpot is causing a frenzy across the nation. chris pollone get's down to the nitty-gritty of the lotto prize. (nats: tickets printed) you can keep your powerball dreamers. because they know somewhere, someday, someone will win. (s/ cameron schubert / lottery player :13 - :17) you can go out and see a movie for 20 dollars,,r you can little fun, so." the eventual winner will have a lot of fun. the ticket buying frenzy pushing the jackpot past 800 million dollars. easily the largest lottery jackpot in u-s history. (s/ ggy grief / chair of :35) "our players are loving it. our more than 200,000 retailers who sell tickets all over this country are loving it." but just so you know prize: 1 in 292-million, 201- thousand, 3-hundred thirty 8. you have a better chance of being crushed by an
the united states. or being canonized by the pope. but those things do happen, and someone will win. (s/ gary grief / chair of powerball game group / tx lottery exec. director :56 - llttery, you just never know." what if it were you? (s/ brian hendershot / lottery player 1:02 - 1:05) "probably go on a big long vacation. not work any more for player 1:06 - 1:10) "i don't'tknow, but i'd probably and what if no one hits the lucky combination saturday night? wednesday's jackpot would be more than a billion dollars. dare to dream. chris ppllone, nbc news, new york. remember to watch the powerball drawing on kwwl this saturda - at ten. we'll be right back. --------- --------- --------- ---------
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breaking news tonight. officer ambushed. horrifying images. a gunman firing 11 shots at a philadelphia cop in his patrol car. the officer firing back. hitting the suspect. who police say pledged allegiance to isis. el chapo captured. the infamous drug king pin
taken down in a deadly shootout with mexican marines six months a aer his elaborate prison escape. how they finally tracked him down. bill clinton's past as donald trump continued attacking & the former president. newly revevled conversation show what bill clinton said about george w. bush, vladimir putin and princess diana. and biggest jackpot ever. huge lines as the jackpot explodeso more than $800 million. could it grow to a billion before the numbers are drawn?