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past. critics say --they're not expecting much. tracie potts has a preview. here's president obama... working on tonight's state of the union address. more divided than ever: (sot - president obama from tonight's speech will look toward america's uture... beginning with an economy that's stronger than 7 years ago. more jobs... but flat wages. (sot - president obama from the today show-- courtesy burned in :21 - :32) "part of what hope to talk about is that if we make se there's no reason why we shouldn't own the 21st century." (sot - rep. kevin mccarthy, (r) california :34 - :37) "i don't think it's time for a critics say the president needs a clear plan to defeat isis... and take on the nation's debt: (sot - rep. paul ryan, (r) speaker of the house :42 - :50) "we're gonna lay out a case to public on what it'll take to get fiscal house in order and clearly that's gonna take a republican president." south carolina governor nikki haley gives the republican address . in the allery tonigh
gun violence. (sot - sen. john mccain, (r) to his failed policy." again... hope. all the lawmakers running for president - democrat and republican - are expected to be here tonight except ted cruz. he's skipping the speech to campaign in new hampshire. i'm tracie potts in washington - back to you. you can watch the president's final state of the union address at 8 o'clock tonight right here on kwwl now to decision 2016: the new quinnipiac university poll is released showing bernie sanders leading hillary clinton. senator sanders is pulling from 49 percent of likely iowa democratic caucus participants--- while
clinton is pulling 44 percent. meanwhile--- donald trump is back in eastern iowa today. trump will be in cedar falls this evening. he will be campaigning at the u-n-i's west gym at 6 o'clock. hillary clinton is also in eastern iowa today-y-- she will be campainging in dubuqe at 1:45 this afternoon at the charles and romona myers center. earlier today she was on iowa state's campus in ames. and--the lineup is settfor the next g- o-p debate thursday night. fox business network, announcing seven candidates will be on stage for the main debate. donald trump, ben carson, senatoo ted cruz ann marco rubio, governors chris christie and john kasich and former governor jeb bush. that means senator rand paul@and carly fiornia move to the early debate with mike huckabee and rick santorum...but t nator paul says its primetime or nothing... so we think it's a rotten thing to don't, and so we will not participate in anything that's not first-tierer
candidates had to be in the top six in the most ecent national polls...or...in the top five in iowa or new hampshire. sanders working to capitalize on his momentum -- wrapping up a four-day swing through iowa yesterday. he talked aboot his rising g oll numbers during a high school forum in pleasantville. he said when races get tight.. there are often more attacks... clinton and her campaign now know that she is in kerious trouble. sanders is confident of victory over donald trump if the two would square off in the general election. this morning, governor branstad gave his "condition of the state" address. among his priorities...helping schools...by extending a tax that's not set to expire until 2029. tonighttt 5 and 6 we''l have a full report on his speech. a developing story: a dubuque woman facing murder charges today. she's accused of beating her ex- husband to death with a baseball
dolores flynn faces second degree murder charges. last week -- police found her ex husband,,ary breckenrrge, dead in their home on jackson street. police arrested flynn monday at mercy hospital. they say video from traffic and surveillance cameras was key... "we reviewedll that footage, saw her carrying a bag we we utlimately looated it, where she had hidden it or disposed of it. so again, the cameras played a pivotal role in this location. flynn is being held at the dubuque county jail on a 500-thousand dollar bond. this morningg- it didn't t ake long for a firefighter to arrive at the scene of a fire. it happened at his own barn. the fire happened early this morning at a barnnon gilbertville road. the gilbertville fire chief says hay bales caught on fire...though he wasn't sure how it started. four horses were inside the barn at the time. they all got out safely. new at noon:
events to replace veishea. university president steven leath says the 3chool will have a celebration in february ---- selling chchrry pies for valentine's day. a celebration of the arts will be held in april. plans for next school year include a community service project, a arade -- also an event welcoming students back to campus. the universittended veishea in 2014 -- saying the festival put students at risk. there are more caes of the flu in iowa -- we're hearing that from the iowa department of public health. three flu viruses are currently active in the state -- all of shots. flu season typically peaks between now and february --but doctors say it's'snot too late t t get your shot. coming up... a large voluntary recall of children's cold medicine to tell you about . . . and what changes apple are making to their products to help you sleep
rco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted f f it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. we'll be right back with your storm track seven forecast.
negative double digits despite mostly sunny skies. we will warm thinns up tomorrowwbut "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is the kwl news at noon" "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." fromomthe 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: one of the only good things you can say about breezy and bone- chilling weather, is you get some nice sun- dogs....it will stay breezy and cold for the afternoon. we warm up tomorrow, but may see some snow
tracking through nd it will warm up even more still mainly 15 to 25 below,
although they will improve slowly hrough the afternoon as the winds slowly die down. stormtrack7 live weather network is showing a lot of sunshine today, but it isn't warming us up... temperatures across the state are in the single digits either side of zero and in double digits across the state... winds really don't die down until later tonight. we have plenty osunshine now,w,but fewwnow showers oo flurries. mostly it will bring warmer temperatures... we go from the single digits and teens
teens to 30s tomorrow. but today.. eezy and coldldwith wind chills staying in the negative double digits all day. lows tonight drop into the negatives over most f the viewing area with light winds, but chills still down around -15 to -20 at times. clouds track in by morning and they may have some stray snow showers tomorrow. amounts look light.. and temps will climb into the 20s..we get even warmer thursday and friday, but a system bringing some snow friday and temperatures on saturday asswell. highs on sunday ill only be in the teens with single digit highs on monday. check this out-- a siberian tiger was built out of snow in sumner over the
what you need to know about a and when you see news - or if you can also "like" our page to eastern iowow i'm bringing liquid nitrogen to do some experiments from our super cold science demonstration. liquid nitrogen is probably the coldest substance most people will ever see in person. this liquid boils at 320 degrees below zero on the fahrenheit scale. sounds strange to talk bout something that boils at such a low temperature. that's only because our everyday experience of water boiling at 2121 degrees makes us think
that boiling is all about
simply the change of stata from liquii to a as. this transition happens at different temperatures for different materials. because liquid nitrogen is so cold you can
do some interesting things like freeze the water in flower petals in a matter of seconds! hours the grout museum district is open to the public tuesday through saturday 9 a.n. to 5 p.m.
esday-saturday: 9am-5pm science demos september-may saturdays: 11am, 1:30pm & 3pm june-august tuesday-saturday 11am, 1:30pm & m we'll be right back. i'm bringing liquid nitrogen to do some experiments from our super cold science demonstrrion. liliuid nitrogen is probably the coldest substance most people will ever see in pepeson. this liquid boils at 320 degrees below zero on the fahrenheit scal. sounds
about something that boils at such a low temperature. that's onny because our everray experience of water boiling at 212 degrees akes us think that boiling is all about temperature. in fact, boiling is simply the change of state from liquud to a gas. this transition happens at different temperatures for different materials. because liquid nitrogen is so cold you can do some interesttg things like freeze the water in flower petals in a matter of
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 three year contract? no. that just means the price won't change. for three years. that way the price is locked, you're not. you can just hang out and be free. lock in your monthly price for 3 years without a contract when you bundle with unlimited nationwide calling. see you in 2018. to change an iphone or ipad screen light at night, in its next operating system update. the company added the option based on
blue light from screens in the evening can make it harder for you to fall asleep. night shift mode automatically shifts the colors on ur iphone or ipad display to warmer colors, making things easier on your eyes at night. the system will use the clock and geolocation on your device to figure ut when it's sunset in your location. in the morning it will return to its regular settings. nine retailers including c-v-s and dollar general have recalled two flavors oostore branded children's liquid cold medicine. the dosage cup contains incorrect markings that could lead to an overdose. the recall covers batches of the grape flavor and cherry flavored medicine sold in four ounce bottles. an overdose of the medicine can cause rapid eye movements, irregular heart beat, and even death. the company's c-e-o says they have no repeprts of an ooerdose as a result of the dosage cups. but the company is recalling the product, because quote "it's the right thing to do." it costs more than a centtto
cents to make a nickel. the government blames rising metal prices for the costs to mint the chump change. it will be up to lawmakers to decide if any changgs should be made to u-s coins, including finding cheaper metals to make them. but there's no timeline for a decision ...and the u-s mint has yet to make any recommendations to congress. coming up ookwwl, the misiser food test kitchen....if you have a bear-sized sweet tooth, then you're going to want to get out of hibernation for these. but first, a look at your latest after all the running around we did during the holidays, many of
called bear claws that you can easily make at home while hibernating. we begin by cutting a sheet of frozen
puff pastry (that we've thawed) into squares. now we top half each square with some canned almond filling. once they're all now we cut 4 slits along the edge of each square and curve each one back a bit so they
"you're watching kwwl, we've let's go to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan now for your first forecast. it is still bitterly cold out there.. chills are 10-25 below right now with air temps in the single digits either sidid of zero. winds are still 10-20 mph but are starting to slowly weaken from the northwest. we have a lot of sunshine, but no heat. temps may climb a few more degrees this afternoon, but we will stay breezy with very cold wind chills. we will watch for a warm front to track through tomorrow bringing wararer temperatures, but also another
where notorious drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman hid before his arrest. gabf gutierrez reports this morning rolling stone magazine released the full 17- minute interview that that freedom is beautiful and that no matter what happens to him, the world's appetite for drugs will continue. we were able to tour the safe house that mexican authorities raided on friday. in it we found a chaotic scene... bullet-riiled walls as well as a secret passage way that led to a tunnel underground where el chapo and a top lieutenant tried to make their escape... traveling for about a half mile and emerging from a man hole and they tried to steal a car, did so and that driver was able to call police and authorities were able to track them down. of the mexican marines who were involved in that raid. five gunmen were killed, six were arrested. the mexican government
chapo and have started the formal process, however his lawyers are trying to fight it... "el chapo" was captured friday just six months after he made a daring escape from a maximum-security prison, where he is now jailed. an eastern iowa man is arrested after investigators uncovered a marijuana growing operation. tri-county drug task force and cedar falls police arrested 34-year- old joseph ackerson yesterday -- in the 3-thousand block of west fourth street in cedar falls. they found unprocessed marijuana plants and growing equipment. ackerson has been charged with manufacturing, possessing and
an early morning fire in minnesota kills two people on an amish farm. crews were called to battle a house fire yesterday morning. two people died. two others were rescued and taken to a hospital. the cause of the fire is still being investigated-- but the brutally cold conditions and equipment freezing made it harder to fight. be glad this isn't your car -- a driver needs more than an ice scraper. this video is out of buffalo. the car was parked next to lake erie and the waves splashed the sides of the car then froze overnight. another driver can't even get to their car -- a sinkhole opening up in this missouri town. a nearby water main break caused the problem. no one was hurt when the car fell into the sinkhole and crews have since pulled it out of the hole. continuing coverage...another university takes away an honorary degree from bill cosby. george washington university said it made the
"renewed distress" for students and alumni who are survivors of sexual assault. cosby was recently charged with sexual assault. cosby's attorneys have filed a motion to dismiss the charges against him. they claim the charges were illegally, improperly, and unethically filed. this afternoon we're hearing from the family of a man shot and
killed by waterloo police. derrick ambrose junior was shot by officer kyle law in 2012. a grand jury found the officer's use of force was justified. through a settlement -- the city is now paying two and a half million dollars to the parents of ambrose and a lawyer in a wrongful death lawsuit... "the economics part can never put a value on my son, my son was up and going, he was with me in my custody, and derrick jr was with me and going to school up and finishing school up" this is believed to be the largest city settlement of a police-shooting lawsuit in iowa history.
isn't uncommon... but what this fugitive does to put a good face forward is a bit extreme. police in ohio are looking for this man... donald pugh... so they put his picture on facebook... he wasn't happy with it -- so he sent police this. a selfie - and a message that says "here is a better photo, that one is terrible." he's wanted for not appearing on charges of domestic violence. police also call him a person of interest in another case. police are looking for a man who stole a snake from a pet store... by shoving it down his pants. surveillance video from the portland store shows the man take the python out of its cage -- and then he hides it. the store owner says the snake is about two-feet long and was being sold for 200- dollars. an odd sight on a thailand beach has tourists flocking to catch a glimpse of mother nature in action. this is a massive amount of
crabs storming the beach" the hermit crabs, of all sizes, were coming to scavenge for food one park ranger told local media that crabs are common on the island, but due to an increase in food debris, night-time numbers have grown into the tens of thousands. tourists have been turning up to see the incredible scene for themselves. an iowa man says it would've been nice to win the whole thing, but he's not turning down one million dollars. the jackpot for wednesday's powerball drawing is lottery signs weren't designed to handle that kind of a number... so for now, they read 999 million until someone wins the jackpot. coming up ... eastern iowa auto shops are seeing a lot more flat tires and blowouts-- how the weather can play a big role in causing that and stormtrack seven meteorologist will be back with your storm track seven day
jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. "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: one of the only good things you can say about breezy and bone- chilling weather, is you get some nice sun- dogs....it will stay breezy and cold for the afternoon. we warm up tomorrow, but may see some snow showers tracking through and it will warm up even more for thursday. wind chills are still mainly 15 to 25 below, although they will improve slowly through the afternoon as the winds slowly die down. stormtrack7 live weather network
showing a lot of sunshine today, but it isn't warming us up... temperatures across the state are in the single digits either side of zero and strong winds will continue... chills are in double digits across the state... winds really don't die down until later tonight. we have plenty of sunshine now, but a warm front to the west will track through tomorrow and bring a few snow showers or flurries. mostly it will bring warmer temperatures... we go from the single digits and teens in the midwest today to the teens to 30s tomorrow. but today.. breezy and cold with wind chills staying in the negative double digits all day. lows tonight drop into the negatives over most of the viewing area with light winds, but chills still down around -15 to -20 at times. clouds track in by morning and they may have some stray snow showers tomorrow. amounts look light... and temps will climb into the 20s. we get even warmer thursday and friday, but a system bringing some snow friday and saturday will bring falling temperatures on saturday as well. highs on sunday will only be in the teens with single digit
some iowans are actually excited about these cold temperatures. ice fishers taking advantage of the ice. but the d-n-r is warning the ice might not be that thick...because of the warm december we had. ice fishers are trying to be cautious... weston- "it's scary when you ice..go a little ways and drill a little hole." the d-n-r says to look for discolored ice or snow as signs of weakness...and make sure there's at least four inches of quality ice before you decide to fish there. tire shops across eastern iowa are seeing a lot more flat tires and blowouts-- and there may be a reason for that. kwwl's amanda gilbert has the story (pressure check) does this look familiar
should... otherwise you might soon be dealing with this...(flat tire) "we've had a combinatino of blowouts and flat tires... and services says colder temperatures can cause your tire pressure to drop.... cirmcumstances... wsuch as a pothole... it can be the major "its a good idea to take a look airplane pilot. and it's just a matter of walking around and taking a look at it. " lind says this is what you should be looking for: "if you are seeing a bald spot... that the tires can thin on tread thats an issue. or if the side and look worn out and that's a
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 system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
my purpose was to get announce the lunch and learn seminars i am putting on for veterans at all the higher learning facilities in the area. for instance i will be holding one on january 14th from 11-2 at hawkeye community college and one on january 27th from 4-6 at upper iowa in waterloo. we are in talks with uni january or february. we are also in talks with kaplan university in cedar falls as well to nail down a date. the lunch and learn is an opportunity for post 9/11 veterans or any veteran who attends that school to stop by for a free lunch and visit about the benefits that are available to them and how to contact our office to help them with applying for benefits that are available to them. my purpose was to get announce
and learn seminars i am putting on for veterans at all the higher learning facilities in the area. for instance i will be holding one on january 14th from 11-2 at hawkeye community college and one on january 27th from 4-6 at upper iowa in waterloo. we are in talks with uni to hold a lunch and learn at their facility sometime in january or february. we are also in talks with kaplan university in cedar falls as well to nail down a date. the lunch and learn is an opportunity for post
9/11 veterans or any veteran who attends that school to stop by for a free lunch and visit about the benefits that are available to them and how to contact our office to help them with applying for benefits that are
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of this world, well his music was... literally, sung in space.
cnn's jeanne moos reports on bowie and one astronaut's unique tribute to him. the illustrator who created this calls it 29 from his new song lazarus, is with bowie in a hospital bed, buttons on bandaged eyes... released mere days before his death. (jeanne moos/cnn
dance." (two women) "ch-ch-ch- changes." (woman) "the astronaut." (nats david bowie) "this is ground control to major tom." space oddity was bowie's first big hit. and then (chris hadfield video) "this is ground control to major tom." when a real astronaut sang it in space. stardust." (voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astronaut) "it was like a slap in the face to wake up approval, the astronaut did hadfield/astronaut) "the astronaut dies at the end, which so commander hadfield left out these words... (nats david bowie) "your circuit's dead, there's something wrong." people seem to connect with bowie's connection to space. lyrics from the song ended up on tributes... (nats david bowie) "and the stars look very different." rendition... (voice of cmdr. chris hadfield/astronaut) "the most poignant version of the song ever done."
acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field. with your help, as president, we will. [knock at door] >> ava: [clears throat] patch. >> steve: this yours? >> ava: oh, you know,