tv KWWL News at Six NBC January 14, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm CST
round of frigigd air, colder than our last round. clouds may produce a light snow shower or flurries friday. the gusty northwest wind will keep tememeratures steady saturday and sunday will be breezy. highs saturday will be near 10 while on sunday most if not everyon will remain below zero during the day. the coldest lootemperaturesswill be sunday and mmday morning as we drop into the teens below zero. accidents across the area this morning leaving two dead and injured multiple. the slick roads caused an accident involving cedar rapids officers. a police car was responding to a five vehicle crash this morning
it's own sending one officer to the hospital. and in waterloo a rollover crash happened off of greenhill road and the exit ramp of 218. police tell us a mom and her daughters were in the car - only one suffereddminor injuries. the accident was caused by an icy patch on the road. kwwl's kristin rooers talked tt drivers in the area today who noticed some slick spots, kristin what can you tell us? multiple people told me they noticed slick spots earlier this morning on their commute to work. the iowa state patrol tells me frost on the road caused multipl accidents throughout the area, keeping them very busysy this morning. although temperatures are warmer and melting can be seen nearly everywhere you look, deceiving frost on the road caused problems hours earlier. two people were seriously ininured in fayette county after an accident
and slick conditions left people injured from accidents in cedar rapids and waterloo. (cg: darin snedden/ them but the frost that was set on the roads was very slippery and hard to see." i'm told even though there is a lot of melting going on today, whatever is wet is going to freeze overnight. the iowa dot tells me they prepped big highwaysssuch as i- 380 llst night leading into this morning, most of the issues today were on city or county roads, and as mentioned those slick spots can be deciveing so be careful! we've got you covered live, kristin rogers...kwwl news. the iowa state patrol says to especially look out for areas on bridges and overpasses, as well as to never drive with cruuse control on when it could be slick. another slick roads accident
it happened five miles west of marengo on highway 212 this morning. according to the iowa county sheriff's office, 18- year-old bethany clark and her 2- year-old son roran were driving when shlost controll the cc went into the ditch and hit a creek embankment - the car caught on fire killing both of them. an eastern iowa ffily is getting a new home after being struck with tragedy. waterloo firefighters came together today to help build a habitat for humanity home for the family of moe sed. moeoesed went missing in waterloo in october... and his body was found in a river near gilbertville in december his family is grieving the loss of their son. but now they have something to look fororard to.. kwwls olivia mancino is outside of that habitat home right now. olivia this family has been through so much i the past few months the waterloo firefighters worked on this home all day today-- they told me they didn't even know this home was going to moe
until they got here this morning but say it makes the project all inside this three story newly constructed home.... is a picture of a family who has known only loss since the changing of the seasons. "i know they are very appreciative" its been a little more than a month since moe sed's family learned a hunter found their missing son's months. "frowhat i've heard they feel blessed to be getting a home" duane rosonske with habitat for humanity says the sed family was "i know they are very month sqnce moe sed' family months. "from what i've heard they feel iithe habitat program before didnt realize til we got here, to give the family something and spent their day off laying drywall in the thre story home thursday.. the first time they've ever joined in on a project like this. "were always a team anyway,
lay drywall, some like me don't, but we love workkg together anyway its always so natural" the home has been in the works since may of 2015... ilt with love nce day one ... now, with a new meaning...and a the sed family said the following about their new home "we are appy! we are renting an aprtment now, but even though we pay every month, it will never be our home. with habitat for humanity, we will still pay every month, but it will be ours. habitat for humanity has allowed our family to buy a home, something we would not otherwise have an opportunity to do. we've got you covered live in waterloo olivia mancino...kwwl news. it's still unclear how moe sed died.. authorities say his autopsy showed no signs of trauma new details - an eastern iowa woman now facing charges nearly seven months after a child dies at her home daycare...
accused of strapping one- year-old brody harrelson in a seat for infants. she allegedly left him in closet for two hours. heres the scene from last june... the daycare is run out of her home according to the criminal complaint, hangartner's daughter was the one who called 9-11 after finding harrelson unresponsive. first reponsds found harrelssn with marks around his neck consistent with being restrained form the car straps and buckles. waterloo police captain mohlis says charging hangartner took so long because of the e ature of the evidence. "once we get that and the reports back, we review those, along wti hthe county attorney office and try to determine a charge and waht time of charge, so that whole process
mohlis couldn't confirm whether hangartner putting harrelson in the car seat and closet was accidental if she is found guilty, she will face up to 50 years in prison. one area home - - being deemed a chronic nuisance to the neighborhood, city, and police department. kwwl's jessica hartman digging into exactly what that means. it takes three calls of complaints that end in citations or arrests within a year to be deemed a chronic nuisance by the city of waterloo. 520 elm street - a home owned by dorothy spates - hit that mark responded to a complaint of disorderly conduct towards the offices. but police chief dan trelka says on that block. april 1st - - reports of shots fired in the 500 block of elm - april 7th - - shots fired at the
and one victim sent to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the neck. august 20th - more shots fired. just a few of the incidents on that block that is concerning to "we are using this liquid foam to fill in bullet holes, so that just in case we have to go again, we can tell what the new holes are. that is discouraging. that is sad." trelka says this is just one of many tools the department is using to fight crime in that neighborhood. coming up- - more on the chronic nuisance ordinance, chief trelka's thoughts, and the letter he recieved from dorothy spates. i am working on that for 10. we've got you covered live in the newsroom. . . jessica hartman kwwl news. we did reach out to mayor hart - -who campaigned on safer streets and neighborhood empowerment - - he declined to comment.
and there's no clear cut leader on the democratic side here in iowa. a new bloomberg des moines register poll released today has hillary clinton topping senator bernie sanders by two points in iowa; however, a quinnipiac poll from earlier this week had bernie on top in our state. a similar situation on the republican front - with conflicting results from quinnipiac and the des moines register with donald trump and senator ted cruz. waterloo educators research better ways to prepare students for life after school -- and they say a new career center will help. after visiting des moines' central campus -- kwwl's macleod hageman joins explains whether their model would work in the cedar valley. mac? educators say it's all about providing students options at a minimal cost -- while improving the with several electives ranging from photography... (nats... camera snap) ... to physiology -- des moines high school students like
courses -- free of charge -- at central campus. "i've tried to find out what i don't like first, so i can and even if i change my mind, i'll have this to go to." ivan's teacher kacia cain says the career center not only benefits students -- but the community -- saying a similar model would succeed in the cedar valley. "it's the opportunity to work with the business partners and the community partners, and making those connections, and having those people interacting with students is what really brings us to the next level." "educators and experts say the dollars a month it would need to build a new waterloo career center, on land the district already owns. they say not moving forward with the career center would be like taking your hard-earned money and throwing it away." "we know we have a good plan that will help prepare our students for the future. it will also reduce college cost, and we think 'what a great incentive to
community, our students, and really the future of this community.'" according to des moines educators -- several hii school students graduate from central campus -- and are classifed as juniors in college without spending money on tuition. speaking of money -- i'll explain how educators hope to pay for the project -- coming up tomorrow. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- to move forward with the project -- by casting their ballots february second. if approved the district would also add air-conditiong systems to east and west waterloo high schools. a project ten years in the making could be close to taking its first big steps forward.
facilities is expected to gain possession of the location sometime this week. the techworks campus will be highlighted by a new hotel, restaurant and conference center. later on down the road, there are plans for a marina to be built right next to the river. the project is said to be a major economic boost for the cedar valley. coming up on kwwl, eastern iowa officers sit down with people to discuss issues involving their city. and - after being fired by the eagles a few weeks ago, chip kelly is already a head coach again. "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen an average of ninety people are killed by guns in this country every single day. it has to stop. president obama wants to make universal background checks the law of the land. and he wants to make sure gun manufacturers can finally be held accountable
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colder than our last round. clouds may produce a light snow shower or flurries friday. the gusty northwest wind will keep temperatures steady throughout the day in the 20s. saturday and sunday will be breezy. highs saturday will be near 10 while on sunday most if not everyone will remain below zero during the day. the coldest low temperatures will be sunday and monday morning as we drop into the teens below zero. we are also tracking the chance of light snow for saturday night and sunday morning. a quick inch of snow is possible...with the best chance south of cedar rapids. you might have to wait awhile for temperatures to get this warm again. we are tracking another round of frigid air, colder than our last round. clouds may produce a light snow shower or flurries friday. the gusty northwest wind will keep temperatures steady throughout the day in the 20s. saturday and sunday will be breezy. highs saturday will be near 10 while on sunday most if
zero during the day. the coldest low temperatures will be sunday and monday morning as we drop into the teens below zero. we are also tracking the chance of light snow for saturday night and sunday morning. a quick inch of snow is possible...with the best chance south of cedar rapids.you might have to wait awhile for temperatures to get this warm again. we are tracking another round of frigid air, colder than our last round. clouds may produce a light snow shower or flurries friday. the gusty northwest wind will keep temperatures steady throughout the day in the 20s. saturday and sunday will be breezy. highs saturday will be near 10 while on sunday most if not everyone will remain below zero during the day. the coldest low temperatures will be sunday and monday morning as we drop into the teens below zero. we are also tracking the chance of light snow for saturday night and sunday morning. a quick inch of snow is possible...with the best
might have to wait awhile for temperatures to get this warm again. we are tracking another round of frigid air, colder than our last round. clouds may produce a light snow shower or flurries friday. the gusty northwest wind will keep temperatures steady throughout the day in the 20s. saturday and sunday will be breezy. highs saturday will be near 10 while on sunday most if talking about community issues...it's a priority for the cedar rapids police department. that's why they started "coffee with a cop" effort to remind people police officers are here to help. kwwl's hillary maglin has the coffee with a cop... a national initiative making a move in cedar rapids. (sot) "do you guys have any like, part time jobs or anything?" (sot) "i work on campus." it's an effort to build relationships between police officers and
"do you like, frequent hyvee and that?" (sot) "yeah." (sot) "do you?" cedar rapids police say they have coffee with a cop events every few months to show people police officers are nothing to be afraid of. and they say it's working. (sot. cg: hillary maglin) "police tell me participants togethers." the most recent coffee with a cop was at brewed awakenings in cedar rapids. owner larry janda (yawn-da) says the cedar rapids police department contacted him about the event... and he was happy to host. (sot. cg: larry janda/brewed awakenings owner) "the police really don't pose a threat to us. the police are really here to help us in time of need." janda says he hopes to host more in the future. as for the cops... they tell me any time the community comes together for discussion... it's a good thing. (nats) [cop laughing] we've got you covered in cedar rapids... hillary maglin... kwwl news.
tonight is a big one.....iowa is off their best
start in conference play since the 2002-2003 season... but tongiht the hawks have a tough test against the fourth ranked micigan state spartans as you probably remember the hawkeyes beat the then number one ranked spartans a few weeks back at carver hawkeye arena. the spartans were witout top player denzel valentine for that
the hawkeyes know theyre gonna have to play "ya know the bottom line is you go on the road, play one of the over ya know you have to limit their key personnell under their averages. you cant make poor decision in shot
selections." and this one got underway at 6 o and te 2015 heismatrophy winner as decided to turn pro... derrick henry the workhorse running back for the national champion alabama crimson tide announced today he will forgo his senior year, henry a 6 foot 3 242 pound bruiser ran for over 22 hundreeyards and 28 touchdowns this last season. what may be more impressive than that..his measurables... there are
squatting 500 pounds... yea.. some scouts project him as a 2-3rd und pick in aarils draft. prince approach to coaching.. from philadelphia... to san fransico,california okay so its not quite like the clalasic 90s annoucned today the kelly would be the new head coach of the san fransico 49ers. kelly who wnt 26- 21 in his three years in philly, but was fired 5-11 this past season.
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