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jackpot of 900-million dollars -- sales have skyrocketed after nobody claimed the nearly 500-million dollar lottery prize. if there are no winners tonight -- the estimated jackpot could rise to nearly one- point-three billion bucks for wednesday. stay tuned to hear if you're the lucky winner. new at ten -- waterloo police investigate an incident in the 27- hundred block of lafayette street tonight. this was the scene before 7-30. according to a person in the area -- they had a surveillance application set up on their phone -- and could see and hear someone breaking into the home. according to the witness -- she knows the 19-year-old suspect -- and she believes waterloo police arrested him. according to people in the area -- they also heard gunshots. please stay tuned to kwwl news on air and online as this story develops. tonight's chilly weather means problems for iowa drivers. two weekend accidents end deadly. one crash was reported on
the driver of a vehicle was passing another in the left lane -- and quickly came across a vehicle -- broken down in the road. the driver tried to avoid the car -- and lost control on ice. troopers say the first driver crashed -- and both cars went in the ditch. 23-year-old scharell shavers was not wearing a seatbelt -- and died during the incident. meanwhile -- another crash reported on highway 20 in sac county. troopers say the driver lost control -- and the vehicle rolled. at that point -- the person was thrown from the vehicle -- and landed in the road. the driver of an s-u-v swerved to miss the person -- but a second driver went over the top of them. authorities say 19-year-old anthony sanfratello died at the scene -- and the crash remains under investigation. notorious drug kingpin joaquin "el chapo" guzman is back in the mexico prison he escaped -- through an underground tunnel six months ago. n-b-c news confirms mexico authorities want to send him to the united states to face drug charges.
this is the altiplano guzman was brought overnight. the very same prison that he escaped from six months ago. now the big question states. (gutierrez on camera :19 - :36) a source with the mexican attorney general's office says that the country aims to fulfill the u-s request for extradition. but cautions that the process could take months as it works its way through the mexican legal arrested in an early morning raid on friday in the mexican state of sinaloa, home to his notorious cartel. it was a bloody shootout. six people were killed. five suspects were arrested. and a mexican marine was injured. then el chapo was transferred by helicopter to mexico city where he was paraded in front of cameras. and the mexican attorney general said that it may have been a desire for the spotlight that
led to his capture. that authorities were able to track him initially because he reached out to producers and actors to make a movie about himself. authorities continue their investigation. they seized an arsenal during the shootout that included weapons, armored vehicles and even grenade launchers. gabe gutierrez, nbc news mexico city. decision 2016: with less than a month until the february caucus -- presidential candidates are putting in overtime. senator ted cruz makes his fourth iowa stop today -- as part of a larger bus tour around the state. kwwl's jessica hartman meets with senator cruz -- during his second stop in strawberry point. "the first thing i intend to do shoulder in the small room. cheering as cruz announced his plans to repeal
act and common core. steve krogman "we need a person that is going to change our country becuase if we don't our county isn't going to be here." for steve and many others at the event - - ted cruz is the man to do it. "i think the fact that he is a strong christian and realizes that our country needs a big revival to survive is a number one factor with us." but that doesn't mean some supporters don't have some concerns. one farmer addressing his concern during the q & a. asking cruz to clarify his stance on ethonal. "but i don't think washington should be picking winner and loosers. there should be no mandates and no subsidies for any engery source across the ethonal industries, as small as it is, can stand up against big
money, all kinds of lobbiest. ethonal has their own, but certainly not like the oil industry has." in strawberry point. . .jessica hartman kwwl news. senator cruz also made stops in oelwein, new hampton, and waverly. he is currently leading iowa polls. coming up on kwwl -- other than the cold weather -- what else is dangerous for pets during the winter months? plus -- why drone users are more upset now -- more than ever. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel this is the kwwl news at ten." "now your storm track 7
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kiel. this afternoon many of our western areas began clearing, and that led to
some beautiful scenes like this one. these are sun dogs, and many times, not always, it's a sign of those very cold temperatures. basically it's the sunlight refracting off ice crystals in the upper parts of the atmosphere, giving that arc to the left and right of the sun. thanks for everyone sending in your pictures. we will show a few more coming up on the kwwl news at 10 and i'll put them online at kwwl dot com. it's a very cold night out there. we have a wind chill advisory
evening and lasts until 10 o'clock sunday morning. this is for most of the viewing area. even though washington and cedar counties aren't included in this advisory, it's still going to be cold with wind chills 10 to 15 degrees below zero. threat tracker is in the yellow for both tonight and sunday because of the bitter cold temperatures. it will continue to be cold on monday, however, not as cold. there's also a slight chance for snow as we head later in the day on monday and tuesday. not a big storm system though. road conditions are slick, especially across northern iowa where there was a little bit more snow, also refreezing from the rain and the melted
here are a look at the current temperatures. these have been falling all day long, and will continue to fall all night long. we have single digits to lower teens across the area. when you factor in the wind northwest from 15 to 25 miles per hour, it is feeling below zero already in many areas. storm track 7 live weather network cameras show clearing conditions across eastern iowa. we still have clouds in the eastern half of our viewing area. storm track seven live doppler radar shows dry conditions across eastern iowa. we did have a few snow showers and flurries early this morning, but another storm is passing to our southeast and is bringing snow just east of our area. meanwhile, high pressure is
us quiet, but cold overnight. here's a look at future track. it is showing mainly clear skies during the overnight hours. we will see a few clouds, especially early on in the evening hours. it will also be very windy as well which is why we have that wind chill advisory in effect for much of the state of iowa. as we go throughout the day on sunday. despite the sunshine, temperatures will still be very cold in the single digits. some of our southern areas may get in the digits -- it's a big concern for pet owners -- trying to keep
special care of them during this colder weather. they say you should limit your pets' time outside. you can also put a jacket or boots on them to keep them warm. one pet owner reminds us -- it's "these dogs seem to love the cold...i don't chain them get in their paws." the salt can cause irritation -- so it's best to wipe all paws with a towel. as for cats -- experts say it's best to keep them iniside when it's cold. there's been a sighting of a siberian tiger in sumner. well -- it's actually a snow tiger. check this out. loyal k-w-w-l viewers teresa and bill ruth sent us this photo. they say they both created this tiger -- teresa says this is their third sculpture. and one more look at the winning powerball numbers-- and we'll be
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kwwl's hillary maglin reports -- the new rules come with restrictions. drones - remote controlled aircraft and popular gifts this past holiday season - now require owners to register with the people don't even realize the model aircraft they fly - are drones. (sot. cg: hillary maglin) "when a lot of people think of drones, they think of these multi-rotors used to take technically considered drones by the faa." anything flown by remote control... is a drone. with the registration... members of the iowa city before." vedepo says because of dangers of traditional multi-rotor drones... the f-a-a is restricting all drones to a max flying height of 400 feet... which could be a problem at airshows... where the club impresses audiences by restriction, that eliminates that." according to the f-a-a's
civil and criminal penalties. club treasurer roger
schultz thinks this could be a problem for people who don't belong to the academy of model aeronautics - a national organization... as they are likely unaware of the new registration and restricitions. (sot. cg: roger schultz/iowa city aerohawks treasurer) "i of ignorance." we've got you covered in iowa city.... hillary maglin... kwwl news. the f-a-a requires a fee of 5 dollars for three years to register -- but drone users say they are most upset over the new restrictions. next -- we hit the court as the uni panthers go after their 14th straight home conference win -- plus -- iowa's kirk ferentz
prestigious coaching honor after the hawkeyes run to the rose "now 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 rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
and 6 every where else -- it's clear -- the uni panthers are a different team when playing under the mcleod center roof this season -- that's especially true in conference play -- panthers hosting drake tonight -- going after their 14th straight home missouri valley victory -- solid night
shooting the ball for matt bohannon -- drills a three in the early minutes for a quick 3, 2 panther edge -- minutes later -- it's bohannon going to the bucket -- matt bohannon getting things done in the first half -- how about one more from the arc -- bohannon with 18 in the first half -- uni with an 17 point edge -- and they kept pushing -- wes washpun with the steal -- you know what's coming next -- uni would lead drake x to x at the half -- and in the second half -- they
away -- washpun with the nice pass to bennett koch for a 49, team high 21 tonight -- panthers roll 77, 44 -- iowa state going after a couple straight big 12 wins, hosting baylor -- cyclones came hot out of the gate -- matt thomas drills the trey for an early 12 point edge -- later in the half -- georges niang with the lob to abdel nader -- iowa state would hald a 4 point lead at the break -- but things went south in the second half -- johnathan motley from the corner -- three-ball cuts the lead down to 5 -- later -- bears down 2 -- that's lester medford on the opposite half -- cyclones drop their first game at hilton -- they fall 94 to 89 -- we learned prior to the rose bowl that kirk ferentz would be honored with the eddie robinson award -- and tonight that happened -- as he received the
prestigous coach of the year honor in arizona ahead of monday's national title game -- ferentz is the first hawkeye to
and oh regular season and the team's first rose bowl since 1991 -- waterloo native, former uni assistant chris klieman looking to lead north dakota state to a 5th straight fcs championship -- facing jacksonville state today -- quarterback carson wentz hadn't played since october -- but looked pretty good today -- hitting andrew bonnet on an 8 yard score -- 10, nothing bison
-- going to do it himself this time -- diving for the pylon -- klieman and the bison do it -- that's 5 it's playoff time in the nfl -- chiefs red hot -- at houston -- kc going for their 11th straight win -- and knile davis shows everybody just how you start a game -- took this kick-off 6 yards deep in the endzone -- and never looked back -- davis goes 106 yards for the score -- home crowd stunned, 7, nothing chiefs -- then -- 13, nothing in the third -- alex smith hooks up with chris conley for
20, nothing -- and in the 4th -- spencer ware puts the capper on this one -- kansas city moving on -- smoking the texans 30, nothing -- the minnesota vikings open the playoffs tomorrow against a seattle team missing one of its top weapons -- marshawn lynch did not make the trip to minnesota and has been ruled out for the game -- lynch had returned to practice on wednesday after missing the past 7 games with an abdomen injury -- but apparently isn't yet ready for game action -- the vikings and seahawks kick off at noon tomorrow right here on kwwl --
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weather, so bundle up. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. we will have temperatures recover to the upper teens on monday, but monday night into tuesday, >> live from the venetian hotel in las vegas, it's the republican debate, with your moderator, wolf blitzer. [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening. for those of you who missed our earlier undercard debate, featuring mike huckabee and rick santorum, well, the results are in, and everybody lost. now let's meet the candidates. nine are here tonight. the five who actually have a chance are donald trump... [ cheers and applause ] ...ted cruz... [ cheers and applause ] ...ben carson...