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"youue watching kwwl.now on today in iowa... with less than 3 weeks until the iowa caucuses, the rpublican presidential candidates wwl squauae-off in yet another debate tonight. but one candidate says he's not going. "chino hills! chino hills! chino his!" plus....powerball mania hits the country. we'll tell you where there were not 1, not 2, but 3 lucky powerball jackpot winners. and pay what you can. an owa oman is using her baking skills to try to fight hunger and food and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel is here now with your storm track seven forecast. good thursday morning. it's a lot
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it was yesterday morning. today is actually going to turn out to be a very nice day. generally we have temperatures in the 20s and even low 30s. where we are in the 30s right now, there's a good chance we will see temperatures in the 40s this afternoon. these temperatures are 15 to 25 degrees warmer than where they were at this me yesterday. there area f few areas of patchy fog, mainly where we have a little bit more snow pack. of course, the snow pack will be melting with all of us getting ababve the freezing point early this morning. here's the storm track 7 live weather network cameras across eastern iowa.
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storm track 7 live dopler radar affect us tomorrow, bringing a is on the way for the weekend.. our top story this morning...a woman now faces charges nearly seven months after r child died at a waterloo daycare. yesterday officers arrested amy hangartner following the death of brody harrelson who was 18 months old. he boy died n june afterrbeing put in an infant car seat by daycare providers. hangartner now faces a charge of "child endangerment resulting in death." we are 18 dds away from the iowa caucuses. we can't see the finish line yet, but we're getting closer.
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very important. seseen candidates s re on the main debate stage: trump, cruz, rubio, carson, christie, kasich, and bush. before that --carly fiorina, mike huckabee and rick santorum will take papat in the early debate. rand paul... who also did not qualify for the main debate... said he's boycotting it. questions from president obama's state of the union address could come up in totoght's debate. . the president didn't mention donald trump by name.. but appeared to take several shots at him. as hallie jackson tells us, one of the g-o-p's rising stars used her national platform to do the same. . even when he's not supposed to be in the spotlight "those angriest voices are not helpful." nikki haley's republican response - rebuking not just president obama - but her own partys presidential frontrunner. haley sotu response: haley: during anxious times, it can be tempting to follow the from tdy this morning: cut to lauer: ...in that context you were referring to mr. trump has definitely contributed to what i think is just irresponsible talk. trump - now hittinn haley back. trump msnbc phoner: "i'm
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immigration, she's weak on illedal immigraion." maybe it will turn out to be ry bad for her because people know where i stand and you know, you see the numbers." governor haley - along with house speaker paul ryan - represent what some establishment republicaca think e gop should ... more diverse, more inclusive (nats / cheer) what the gop has - is trump...leading the pack... mobilizing a new base of support for the parry... even as the establishment strikes back. and his closest rival - fights back. cruz / howie carr radio show: "donald comes from new york and he e mbodies new york values. and listen, the donald seems to be a little bit rattled." trump - keeping up his birther attacks on cruz... with 15 percent of iowa republicans saying it bothers them cruz z as born in canada to an american mother. (trump at rally last night) "that's more than a technicality, that is a big big factor." the rivals - now fighting for first in iowa - and nationally... leaving little room for the establishment candidates. dennehy:
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out entirely for the first time gonna be able to pull everyone together?" the battle lines - drawn, in the g-o-p civil war - the fight for the party's future. jeb bush also talked about trump comparing him to president obama during a campagn rally in urbandale... bush says bh fail to unite the pepeple and forre consensus, and stand on principle but never as this same tendency. he does." when asked about his poll numbers -- which haven't been good in iowa --, he id more than h hlf of the voters haven't made up their mind yet. the day after president obama's final state of the union speech, he took his message on the road. the presiient was in omamaa and spoke to a woman who wrote the
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about climate change. later on, he spoke at the university of nebraska-omaha campus where he talke about the strength of the american economy... "it was worst eccomic crisis of had to reend everyone that the money in the banks were safe." the president also said we're in the midst of the longest streak of private sector job growth in histor. now to a developing story... police in indonesia say seven people, including four attackers, have been killed in terror attacks. witnesses sayythree people blew emselves up inina starbuckk cafe in jakarta today. police say there were more than two hours of gunbattles. so far -- no one's claimed responsibility for the attacks. a houston man arrested on terroriim charges last wwek has pleaded not guilty to all counts against him. the man faces three charges stemming from allegations he lied to investigators on a citizenship application to try to go to
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federal agents testified he threatened to blow up two malls he faces up to 50 years in prison if convicted. this morning we're hearing from one of the ten american sailors detained for intruding into iranian waters. the sailor apologizing while speaking on iranaian t-v. a statement fromomiran's revolutionary guard said the entry into iran's territorial waters was not done on purpose. fault, and we apologize for our mistake." a senior u-s defense official said the ten americans s ere unharmed. continuing coverage. an iowa family is mourning the loss of a loved one...murdered in tennessee. 48-year-old lonnie ludvigson died over the weekend. he ew up in edggwood. memphis police say one of four men in masks demanded money from him, and shot him when he tried to run away. kwwl's brad hanson spoke with his familyly (donna dvigson, lonnie's mother) "if we just tolerate, her son lonnie embodied every day. "people adored him." and a message they hope
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during an apparent robbery attempt. "and you can imagine, just unbelievable what thee were telling us. unbelievableehat remember fondly the man they all knew. the us army veteran, the cancer survivor, the massuesse. "we just have a lot of memories of his loving touch. his loving, healing touch. and he would never give a massage under an hour and a half, because he wanted to make sure he got all the muscles." they say he was a man of great passion--a man who took joy in the little things (nicole ludvigson, lonnie's sister-in-law) "he's the kind of guy that laughs out loud. he could be sitting in a room, by himself, watching a tv show. and he will genuinely just fall over laughing. he didn't care if anyone hears him. he just lovv laughter." they say he was quick
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fight for injusttces of any kind--an irony they recognize monday. both re in edgewood. more than 40 animals die in a fire at a wildlife center. this happened in indiana. flames and smoke covered the building. this is the same center hat was under scrutinyyby animal activists and federal agriculture inspectors two months ago. at the time, the owner showed reporters his animals to prove that they were healthy and being taken care of. yet another report of a hoverboard catching fire, this time in florida. it happened inside a home. quickly but there may be sme smoke damage to the home. fire departments around the country have received numerous reports of hoverboards spontaneously catching fire. a town in marion county is down tojust one police officer... and that rson only works part-time... four full-time officers abruptly
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city leaders refused to say what led to the resignations. last night, they held a meeting to decide what to do about it. depapatment, citizens don't have just don't see an officer that often in town. much of the discussion focused on hiring new officers. until council members decide what to do, the marion coununy sheriff's department t ill patrol the town. at least one person from california hit the jackpot in wednesday's record $1.586 billion powerball game... this was the scene at the 7- eleven where state lottery officials say the winning ticket was sold. people gathered at the store to celebrate one of their own winning the big prize... "i'm very, very happy, whoever possibly won from here, and i'm thankful to my chino hill people, they support me all year long." the final jackpot for hitting all six numbers was nearly 1.6 billion,
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for any u.s. lottery game. winning power ball jackpot tickets were also sold in tennessee and ffrida. a new way to treat pain.... some eastern iowa physical therapists are recommending a new procedure for pain relief.... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom with more details. ally- it's called dry needling... i spoke with a physical therapist at allen hospital... she tells me how this works is they find a tight muscle.... or what a lot of people call knots. then they insert a tiny needle.... once the physical therapist hits the tight spot spot with the needle... thh muslce twitchehe and relaxes.... now these needles are so small... & woelber says patients don't feel them going in.... and patient dawn anderson tells me this is a solution she's been searching for a long time... "i feel stronger... im getting taller..... i feel becuase my sture's better." combined with posture exercises...
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now i tried to get a specific number on w much this costs... hospital employoyes say the coss differs for each patient because each case is different... but they did say insurance usually does cover the procedure.....they'd recommend patients check with their insurance companies to make sure... we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. physical theeapists say drr neeeeling is not for everyone... if you have a needle phobia.. it is not recommended. an iowa woman is opening a restaurant with a unique business approach to fight hunger. the woman opened a cafe in fort dodge -- where a person can pay for their meal based on how much money they have. she's working with one world -- an organization opening similar cafes arounun the country. shes says if they don't have any money, they can eat for free - "you can pay that suggested price or if you don't have that what we ask is that you volunteerafter you ee. whether
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or for another service organization in town." the rotary club will offer a certain umber of mealal per monthhfor those who can't pay. the cafe is still under construction and no opening date has been announced just yet. it's coming up on today in iowa.... if you're someone that's not into the latest weight loss fa, we'll tell you about a browser extension filters out diet talk. plus... the ceremony may have been different than originally planned, but a secret service agent married his sweetheart. temperatures are much warmer than what they were just 24 hours ago.
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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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is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, d 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 disapapar unless we level the playing field.
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weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: 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: good mooing i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. we are starting off with a few patchy areas of fog this morning, but nothing too dense. that will quickly dissipate this morning and we
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cloudy sky with warmer temperatures today. but that'ssshort lived. we are could bring light snow or flurries tomorrow, not expecting accumulation but the big chill will fololow that system. right now the visibility is reduced, mainly across our northern counties s here we havee that deeper snowpack. nothing too dense. with areas that are seeing the fog, there are somefrosty, slick spots on the roadways, here in parts of grundy, tama, benton counties. nothing too bad. storm track 7 & ve weatehr network camera in cedar falls shows mainly quiet conditions. we don't have very gusty winds so it's
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is possible early this morning, otherwise there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. highs will be in the middle 30s north to lower 400south, with southwest wind 5-10 mph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing clouds tonight with a wind turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the 20s. we may warm a few degrees on friday, but as that clipper tracks throughh temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a few light snow showers or flurries with very little cumulation. the bitter cold is backwith us this weekend into early nextteek, this morning, otherwiie there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the south, with a southwest wind 5-10 mph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing
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turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the tracks through, temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a few light snow showers or flurries with veryy week, with dangerously cold wind chills possible.patchy fog is possible early this morning, otherwise there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. highs will be in the middle 30north to lower 40s south, wwth a southwwst wind 5-10 0 ph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing clouds tonight with a wind turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the 20s. we may warm a few degrees friday, but as that clipper tracacs through, temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a few light snow showers or flurries with very little accumulation. the bitter cold is back with us this weekend into early next week, with dangerously cold wind chills possible. plus... it's something him and his mom didn't even know about
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the day of. a teen cancer patient receives his high school diploma. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you covered.
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browser extension that searches and filters out the word "diet," whenner it appears in a browser window. now to a special ceremony in the hospital for a secret service agent seriously injured in a crash last month. 30-year old garrett fitzgerald waoriginally see to marry hii sweetheart joan in new york this march. he'd only been on the job for a few weeks when he was hurt in a crash, and is now paralyzed from the waist down. so instead o walking joan down e aisle, her f fther walked her across the icu... a wisconsin student with an incurable form of brain cancer received his high school dippma. family and friends came together for the ceremony. the teen was diagnosed with brain cancer last summer. "it's important becauseei want to know that i did something in high school."
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teachers and the hospice worked together to make this happen. he didn't know about the ceremony until it happened. it's s coming up on tooy in iowa.... it's not sugar... but a museum is not complaining. why a spoon-- full of history-- is now being kept there. here's a live look at
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kyle kiel has y she's always stood strong... ...to get the e b done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's s t what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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spoon. but to a midwestern museum, it's a priceless piece of history. the kansas museum of history says the sterling silver spoon dates back nearly two centuries. it belonged to the wife of isaac mccoy, who was the first person to survey laad that would become the state of kansas. he is also one of the territory's earliest settlers. the spoon will take its place by a watch that was also owned by isaac mccoy. storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. here's the storm track 7 day forecacat. after a few areas of fog early this morning it will be partly cloudy and relatively warm with highs in the 30s, with 40 possible south. cold temperatures move in starting tomorrow with light snow, no accumulation. then
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is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, d 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.
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a jackpot triple play. finally -- someone wins the powerball....but not just one person. the news has at least plus -- it's easy for a police chase to make the news -- because it ends righthtoutside a t-v station. and one visitor wasn't enough. the d-n-r is now seeing more deer at its office. it now has staff members thinking of a popular 70's sitcom. od morning, i'm ally crutcher. and
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storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. good thursday morning. it's a lot warmer this morning that what it was yesttrday morning. today is actually going to turn out to be a very nice day. generally we have temperatures in the 20s and even low 30s. where we are in the 30s right now, there's a good chance we will see temperatures in the 40s this afternoon. these temperatures are 15 to 25 degrees
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this time yesterday. there area f few aaeas of patccy fog, mainly where we have a little bit us getting above the freezing point early this morning. here's iowa. other than the patchy part of the state. a wider view details coming up. ur top story his morning:: a powerball hat trick. three winning tickets from last night's record drawing -- and check out this celebration in california. this is what a powerball party lookk like. the 7-eleven ininchino hills sold one of the winning tickets and everyone is celebrating. the jackpot hit one point six billion before the drawing. we don't know who won, but we know there were three winning tickets. one in california, one in
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tennessee. tracie potts tells us -- at least three people -- might want to consider hiring a lawyer and a team of financial experts this morning. this was the scene outside... "i feel like i'm at a one direction concert." ...and inside the chino hills, california 7-eleven where one of at least three winning powerball tickets was sold. "i'm excited for them and i dd't even know who it is." there are also winners in florida and tennessee. "the winning powerball number, it is number 10 tonight." it's the biggest jackpot innthe world - ever. so big that people in nevada drove across state lines and wwited four hours to get tickets. "good luck everybody - 1.5 billion!" kentucky gave out 1500 free tickets to celebrate. "it's going to be hard to get anybodod interested in $40 llion jackpototagain." players had big plans:
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with my family, and i would buy an island." our financial expert says you may be better o&f not winning: "now future." for at least three people this morning, the future looks a billion times brighter. after it's split and after taxes, turns out the winners only get aboot 300-million each.. assuming you're not sharing the winning ticket with someone else. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. here's another look at the powerball numbers...... 4 ---8---19---27---34---powe rball 10. no jackpot winner in iowa, but one ticket won two million dollars and three won 100- thousand. lottery players in iowa alone bought more than 12-million dollars in tickets for last night's drawing.
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get far -- and neither did the cash. we're now learning the suspect dropped it a nearby apartment complex. police arresteddjon ellingson n cedar falls this week after a robbery at the first national bank. police say after the robbery -- ellingson went up to a woman standing outside her apartment building and told her he needed to get in -- but forgot his keys. she let him in. our own meterologist kyle kiel happened to be near the complex walking his dog. he saw -- and heard this... "i hear we have the money..we have the money ananso i dart bag full of money just sitting right here and apparently it was behind this door." police say ellingson did not have a weapon on him -- but say things could have escalated quickly insideehe apartment bblding. a chase in a stolen semi ends... but the problem doesn't. the chase started after a driver refused to pull over near dallas. police were able to stop the truck
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driver refused to get out. after a stand-off -- a swat team fired two shots into the truck. authorities were then able to pull the driver out. there were plenty of cameras to catch the end of this chase -- because the suspect stopped her car right outside a t-v station. it happened in montana. a woman was seen drdrving recklesss. she wouldn't pull over. k-e-c-i tv security cameras show the woman trying to get into their building. she couldn't -- and then tried to get back into her car. police surrounded h hr car and arrested her. officers say she might've been drunk. i wouldn't recommend this... but take a look at what happens when a man's car is stolen. he jumps feet first into the car r as the crook drives off. moments later -- the suspect is spotted running away. no one was hurt. several fire departments are needed to battle this -- a fire at an oil well in oklahoma. the smoke could be seen for
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18 days now until the iowa caucuses. tonight, the republican presidential candidates go head to head in the first debate of the new year. theebate is being hosted by fox business network and will fococs on economii domestic and international policy. seven candidates will be in the main debate: donald trump, senator ted cruz, senator marco rubio, ben carson, governor chrrs christie, jeb bbsh and governor john kasich. the debate is in south carolina. the governor of that state -- trump in her gop response to the state of the union. this is what trump had to say to me, gov. hley said i'm an n angry person. i said i am. i'm very angry because i hate what's happening to our country. trump will be in urbandale for a rally tomorrow. we're also learning about a trump rally at the univeesity of iowa two weeks from tomorrow.
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project. eastern iowa igh school students are writinggyrian refugees. ten linn mar high school students are involved. "anytime that students can get real life experience one-on-one speaking with a syrian refugee to find out the reality of what our titie, there is nothing better." the letters are handwritten and then uploaded online refugees can red them if they have access. several u-s governors -- including iowa's -- have said they don't want syrian refugees coming into their state for now. have you tried it all? aspirin... a chiropracter.. a message.... and nothing seems to be working... well there's a new form of pain relief that a lot of physical ttrapists are recommending... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom to explain. it's called dry needling...and i caught up with the first physical therapist in waterloo to earn her certification in dry needling... i also spoke to a patient who says this was something she's been looking for a long time.
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she's had neck and back pain for years.... "i've triee the searching for a soluuion.... "it was interrupting my whole life style, having this pain." until she found one.... "we're going to do dry needling today..." dry needlii...a new technique some physical therapists are turning to for pain relief.... "we feel for the tight spot, the needle, and insert that needle in the tight spot in the muscle and that cuses the muscle to twitch and better relax." and if youuare worrieddabout pain.... the needles are actually so small.. you barely feel them going in." " if we're not hitting a spot that's a tight muscle.. you don't really even
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but once they hit a tight pain...before you start to eel better/ ""did feel sore for a little after the 24 hours... sometimes a little longer." and physical therapist karmen woelber says this isn't for everyone.. "if you have a needle phobia... for dawn.... she says combined with posture excercises..... dry needling has become a long-term solution... "i'm getting stronger... i'm to get a specific number but all hospital employeescould tell us was...the cost differs for each patiennbecause eachhcase is different...... now i did also ask about insurance..... allen hospital says insurance usually does cover the procedure... theyd recommend patients check with their insurance companies to makeesure we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. physical therapists says this is not accupuncture. the only thing that is the same is thhy use the
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use for accupuncture. in a kwwl follow-up: a d-n-r office is now becoming a hot spot for deer. we showed you ths picture yesterday on today in iowa..you can see a deer looking right into the d-n-r office in manchester. it's been a hit on facebook... but that deer isn't alone. kwwl's jessica hartman explains. showed up at the manchester d-n-r office on a bitter cold were just outside lisa meader's front office. "i couldn't believe it. i couldn't believe it was here and that it stood there for like two minutes." "the dnr office door is mirrored. you can see your own reflection and they believe the deer could too; captivated for nearly two minutes by its own reflection." it is the first time - since the d-n-r moved into this office in the late 80's that they have had these special visitors. and for many it was as close as they will ever be to a deer. "had real cute fuzzy evergreen bushes in front of the office - - they didn't seem to mind the commotion of heavy traffif on the state highway
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after two visits - the office is hoping to see them again - now considering them the office mascots and naming them. "first it was moe and ccly. and then no, they are girls, so it can't be that. so i decided laverne and shirley because i loved that show when i was growing up. so i thought that was kind of cutt." the office is hoping laverne and shirley come back for a third visit. give them any chanc they'll take it. give them any rule, they'll break it. for now all that remains s re a few tracks in the snow. including this. instead of the farmer's market.
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going right to law ennorcement -- because of what was found inside. plus milk does a body good... but what if it's green? one dairy is hoping fans of a certain football team buy in. warmer temmratures today, but we really cool down this weekend. details coming up. "you're watching kwwl,
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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: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. information from the kwwl stormtrack 7
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team: good morning i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. we are starting off with a few patchy areas of fog this morning, but nothing too dense. that will quickly dissipate this morning and we will be left with a partly cloudy sky with warmer temperatures today. but that's short lived. we are tracking a little system that could bring light snow or flurries tomorrow, not expecting accumulation but the big chill will fololow that system. right now the visibility is reduced, mainly across our northern counties where we have that deeper snowpack. nothing too dense. with areas that are seeing the fog, there are some frosty, slick spots on the roadways, here in parts of grundy, tama, benton counties. nothing too bad. storm track 7 live weatehr network camera in cedar falls shows mainly quiet conditions.
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pretty comfortable. patchy fog is possible early this morning, otherwise there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. highs will be in the middle 30s north to lower 40s south, with a southwest wind 5-10 mph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing clouds tonight with a wind turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the 20s. we may warm a few degrees temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a few light snow showers or flurries with very little accumulation. the bitter cold is back with us wind chills possible. patchy fog is possible early this morning, otherwise there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. highs will be in the middle 30s north to lower 40s south, with a southwest wind 5-10 mph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing clouds tonight with a wind turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the 20s. we may warm a few degrees on friday, but as that clipper tracks through, temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a few light snow showers or flurries with very little accumulation. the bitter cold is back with us this weekend into early next week, with
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wind chills possible.patchy fog is possible early this morning, otherwise there will be a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. highs will be in the middle 30s north to lower 40s south, with a southwest wind 5-10 mph. a clipper system will be tracking through the area friday, which means increasing clouds tonight with a wind turning to the northwest. lows tonight will be in the 20s. we may warm a few degrees on friday, but as that clipper tracks through, temperatures will fall throughout the afternoon with a blustery northwest wind 10-20mph. there could also be a possible. now to a breakthrough --
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a tow truck cuts through the ice to remove a frozen car. we showed you video of this car the other day after it was spotted in buffalo near lake erie. the driver parked outside a restaurant sunday, never thinking it was a permanent spot. the problem- lake waves splashed and covered the car- turning to several inches of ice when the temperature dropped. it's coming up: bugs bunny would be fired up. these trucks of fresh carrots have been tampered with -- and it's turned into a half a million dollar investigation. plus -- nats this smile is worth a thousand words -- even if the pooch can't talk. terrific video to show you...
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many fans call this the best weekend of the year -- because there are four games featuring the eight best teams in the league. green bay is hoping history doesn't repeat itself. the packers were shelled 38 to 8 at arizona a few weeks ago. now they head to the desert again for an n-f-c playoff game. the team says it hopes to learn from what went wrong. we'll have the game for you. watch the packers and cardinals on saturday night right here on
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cracking open a cold one takes on a new meaning for packers fans. they're sipping pints of green milk. kemps dairy plant in cedarburg, wisconsin started bottling green milk this week, to celebrate the team's post-season run. the packers power pint -- a limited edition green, vanilla flavored milk, hit store shelves this week. authorities find more than two- thousand pounds of marijuana -- hidden in a shipment of carrots. take a look at the two truck loads in texas. the shipment of nearly three- thousand carrots was coming from mexico. the drugs are worth about 500- thousand dollars. talk about cheesy. a rescue dog is all smiles. this pup can cheese or ham it up with a smile-on- command. and he has reason to be happy. he'll be adopted soon. it's you're watching today in iowa on
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eileen loan is back with anottrack seven forecast. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. after a few areas of fog early this morning it will be partly cloudy and relatively warm with highs in the 30s, with 40 possible south. cold temperatures move in starting tomorrow with light snow, no accumulation. then the bitter cold sets in this weekend into early next week. here's a live look outside at
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