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chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg who's tracking this cold. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl moving into iowa. wind chills the coldest wind chills (20-40 below zero) will occur saturday night through monday morning. chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small we are tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday morning. high temperatures warm the well advertised cold is now moving into iowa. wind chills are dropping below zero this evening and will remain below zero through tuesday morning. night through monday morning. avoid prolonged periods of time outside if you can. there is a chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small chance of 1-2" and tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday morning. high temperatures warm
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eastern iowa shelters rescue them from a hoarder home situation. heres a look at inside the home-- this is in beaman -- in grundy county rescuers found around 45 cats, not all of them alive, in deplorable conditions the tenant has moved out, and the cats are now being cared for kwwls olivia mancino went to that home today she joins us now live its very hard to imagine a person -- let alone 45 cats -- lived in that home when we opened the front door, garbage came tumbling out and the smell knocked me off my feet and although the cats are safe now, theres a big burden on the rescuers shoulder's to bring them back to health.. z "this is what you see when you open the door to this house, the porch is littered with garbage" and only gets worse as you go
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which is something i wouldn't do, in fear for my health and safety-- but these pictures give you an idea of just how much garbage is stacked inside. "you take your first step into this house, what were your first thoughts?" "oh my gosh...what sort of...mess is this..." denis yantis and her friend amy hass- gray rescued 45 cats from this home. they both run small rescue centers. the worst ive been in. rescuing the cats proved no easy feat the garbage spilling out onto the lawn was like an obstacle course and the smell -- coming from the living and deceased -- cats, was having the cats in carriers in my car" haas-gray and yantis took every cat into their individual rescue centers, which they say was extremely mentally taxing. "it was tiring, it was stressful, it was a lot of work, it was very stressful" all of the cats have
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worms, respitory problems, skin disease -- you name it now their number one concern is getting the cats back on their feet, and into the loving homes they deserve both women have taken on all the costs of caring for these cats on their own which is a lot. their shelters are full now, which is preventing them from helping other animals if you're interested in adoption were going to put a link on our website, kwwl dot com we've got you covered live in the newsroom olivia mancino kwwl news...kwwl news. the sheriffs office is looking at animal neglect charges for the woman responsible continuing coverage now...police tell us the shooting involving two- year-old jeremiah horsley appears to be an accident. dubuque police say they interviewed everybody and there's indication an adult was
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off. due to the evidence, the victim appeared to accidentally shoot himself. a crash involving a school bus sent two students and several other people to the hospital. the crash happened at the intersection of highway 20 and debra dettman was driving an east sac county school bus with four children on board thursday afternoon when they were struck by a truck. dettman, the truck driver and his passenger were taken to a sac city hospital. two of the children were treated for minor injuries. dettman was charged with failure to yield. a kwwl follow-up - educators and experts call it the best way to move forward with a new waterloo career center -- all while improving west and
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a committe of community members and educators have been researching the project for years -- even visiting des moines central campus last month to see whether a similar model would work in the cedar valley. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live in the newsroom to explain how the income surtax would pay for the project. mac? typically -- schools districts rely on property owners to pay for projects -- but educators say an income surtax takes the burden off them. average trip to the store. at nearly 35-million dollars -- the waterloo school percent income surtax. your annual state taxes turns out to be less than what most people
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snacks -- (nats... beeping/snacks) -- during a trip to the store. waterloo schools chief financial officer -- michael coughlin... "it spreads it across, and instead of the burden being directly added to property owners, it goes to everyone who paying for a new waterloo career center would be cheaper than buying spiral (nats... dropping items in the cart.) crystal buzza with waterloo schools says the surtax would cost the average waterloo worker less than 55 bucks a year -- and benefit everyone in the long all taxpayers money. it saves our economy, and it gives us a better workforce proud to be apart of the process. "knowing that you're doing something that won't only change the future for my own children, but for every child i see whenever i go in to the grocery store or the gas station, i know that what i'm doing is going to change their future and the future of this community. so, for me, it's just a great
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not only is the district hoping to pay for the new career center with the proposed income surtax -- but 12-million of the total 47-million dollars is earmarked to improve east and west high schools. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. organizers remind voters the surtax relies on what you owe the state every year. so for people on a fixed income -- regardless if they own propeprty -- the cost would be much less. voters will decide whether to move forward with the project february second. the waterloo schools refrendum is the topic of this sunday's steele report. with guests mike young, robert smith and anesa kajtazovic and superintendent of schools, dr.
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sunday after meet the press and on kwwl.com 17 days until the iowa caucus... the friendly relationship between donald trump and ted cruz came to an end thursday night.. as the republican frontrunners clashed repeatedly during last night's debate. the war of words over cruz's canadian birth.. and trump's questioning whether he is eligible to be president.. broke open as the two stood side-by-side on the debate stage. they also clashed over cruz's charge in a radio interview that trump has "new york values." trump recalled the spirit of new yorkers after the 9/11 attacks.. and called cruz's insinuation "insulting." trump wasn't the only one insulted by cruz's comments. new york city mayor bill de blasio says cruz owes new yorkers an apology for his comments about "new york values." when the mayor was asked how the comments would impact cruz, he
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he believes the remark may backfire on cruz. even democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton chimed in. she sent out a tweet this morning saying, "just this once, trump's right: new yorkers value hard work, diversity, tolerance, resilience, and building better lives for our families." we'll see how these comments impact cruz in the iowa caucus which is set for february 1. roughly two weeks on the job, waterloo mayor quentin hart is taking time to meet with concerned citizens. kwwl's shirley descorbeth attended the meet and greet earlier today. she's live now in downtown waterloo today's event gave people a chance to get to know the new mayor better...but also ask him about issues they're concerned with. some long time year orran bane. "what they gonna do about all
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and some who didn't -- came out to the waterloo senior center to get more familier with him. "and this was also an out a form with trivia questions. he answered them...talking about his many also asked him questions on issues they care have a national night out party at my house, but all the neighbors came and they wanted to take our neighborhood map cause our neighborhood map was classified as high crime because of everything that's happened since april and we're not getting any support." hart responded by saying -- "we're gonna have to do of those challenges...it can't all be on law enforcement." other issues brought up were not raising property taxes and keeping roundabouts out of the city. afterwards -- many people seemed positive about
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"well, i think he's gonna be a great mayor...i really do." once again -- not everyone in the room voted for mayor hart. but, several people said they're optimistic for the future. we've got you covered...shirley descorbeth.... ...kwwl news. at the meet and greet -- mayor hart mentioned the city is working on hiring a full-time economic development director. this person will help bring new businesses to waterloo and market what the city has. coming up on kwwl, an eastern iowa hospital is one of the first hospital's to offer a revolutionary procedure that combats the affects of strokes. and - after coming off their dominant shut out of northwestern, the hawkeye wrestling team prepares for their duel against
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the well advertised cold is now moving into iowa. wind chills are dropping below zero this evening and will remain below zero through tuesday morning. the coldest wind chills (20-40 below zero) will occur saturday night through monday morning. avoid prolonged periods of time outside if you can. there is a chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small chance of 1-2" and if this were to happen it would be south of cedar rapids. we are tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday morning. high temperatures warm back into the 20s by the end of next week. the well advertised cold is now moving into iowa. wind chills are dropping below zero this evening and will remain below zero through tuesday morning. the coldest wind chills (20-40 below zero) will occur saturday night through monday morning. avoid prolonged periods of time
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there is a chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small chance of 1-2" and if this were to happen it would be south of cedar rapids. we are tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday morning. high temperatures warm back into the 20s by the end of next week.the well advertised cold is now moving into iowa. wind chills are dropping below zero this evening and will remain below zero through tuesday morning. the coldest wind chills (20-40 below zero) will occur saturday night through monday morning. avoid prolonged periods of time outside if you can. there is a chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small chance of 1-2" and if this were to happen it would be south of cedar rapids. we are tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday morning. high temperatures warm
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end of next week.the well advertised cold is now moving into iowa. wind chills are dropping below zero this evening and will remain below zero through tuesday morning. the coldest wind chills (20-40 below zero) will occur saturday night through monday morning. avoid prolonged periods of time outside if you can. there is a chance of light snow saturday night. any accumulation will be light, a trace to one inch mostly likely. a very small chance of 1-2" and if this were to happen it would be south of cedar rapids. we are tracking another chance of light snow for late tuesday afternoon into early wednesday cold is now moving affects of strokes. and the university of iowa hospitals and clinics are some talked to a woman whose life was saved. as an active 29-year-
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expected to have a stroke in her kirwood college classroom last april. (sot. cg: mailis warland/thrombectomy patient) "i would try to look straight towards my professor, country, estonia. thousands of miles away from her family, she was taken to the univertiy of iowa hospital. that's where she underwent a new... unique thrombectomy to remove a bloodclot from a vessel in her brain. (sot. cg: santiago ortega/uihc dept. of neurology) exercise. and that tear formed a clot and occluded a major artery." the thrombectomy involved sticking a tiny catheter into the blocked vessel catheter used in this new procedure is just 2 millimeters says it's similar to procedures
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fast - the technique can help stroke victims within 6 hours of the stroke. and doubles the chances of them having normal lives. my hero." we've got you covered doctor ortega says signs that point to a stroke -- like weakness... numbness... and difficulty talking -- should be taken seriously... and you should immediately go to the emergency room. coming up... a uni all-american is entering the nfl draft -- and becomes the first panther ever to declare early -- and we'll hear from the red-hot hawkeye basketball team after their first sweep of michigan state in 23 years --
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it's starting to feel like marco 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 for 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
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an iowa hawkeye team -- that we figured would be just ok -- turns out to be really, really good -- fran mccaffery's hawks are tearing it up -- and last night did something that hadn't happened in 23 years -- iowa won at michigan state for the first time since 1993 -- also the last time they swept the spartans -- the hawkeyes busted out to a big lead behind nine first half 3-point buckets -- as they went on to smoke number four michigan state by 17 points -- a big win that now has the hawkeyes emerging as big ten championship contenders -- long time since we won here. it was definitely a great one. it just goes back to toughness. we knew we were the better team from the get-go and we
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the hawks will host michigan in front of a sold out crowd on sunday -- coming off a dominant 54, nothing win over northwestern -- the iowa wrestling team hooks up with wisconsin tonight -- and the second ranked hawks come in as a heavy favorite -- however a second straight shut-out seems like a tall order -- especially with 3rd ranked isaac jordan up at 165 for the badgers against either burke paddock or patrick rhoads -- both unranked -- and it's a they've got a 65 pounder where he might be the number one where we're at. so it's another opportunity against a good wrestler. tonight's meet gets going at 8 oh clock in madison wisconsin -- in a bit of a surprise move -- uni linebacker brett mcmakin will fore-
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and declare for the nfl draft -- that makes him the first panther in school history to declare early -- he earned second team all-american honors this season after picking up 123 tackles and 2 interceptions -- this comes just ahead of the
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