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butler, black hawk and grundy until noon on sunday. the rest of the kwwl viewinin area is under a wind chill advisory starting at midnight and lasting through noon sunday. a lot of these will likely be extended throughout the day on sunday. the only difference is a wind chill advisory is wind chills from 20 to 29 below zero, while wind chill warning is 30 degrees below zero or colder. right now temperatuues are in the single ddits across eastern iowa. wind chills are already university of iowa today and helps campaign for her mom. the younger clinton spokeketo a small group of nearly 60 people -- and asked questions about
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global warming and maternity leave. she also urged parents to get their children involved in the "i would hhpe that parentstswho even little kids, see their parents participating." clinton also stayed a few minutes after tototalk and take photos with supporters. other speakers included university of iowa students -- and wisconsin senator tammy baldwin. we are now a few weeks away from the iowa caucus -- and the to ensure last-minute support. nbc's chris pollone reports the latest. "come on, don't be a party pooper, lift heeup!" his best selfie smile in portsmouth. all while stepping up his attacks against ted cruz, who the latest polls show has pulled neck-and-neck with
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"a lot of people do not like ted to put it mildly and i kept saying am i the only person who thinks he's a nice gg? so as it turrs little crazy." in south release of four u-s prisoners in iran, including washington post reporter jason rezaian. while using the prisonerswap to slam the president and seccetary of state. iran and the obama administration." in iowa, marco rubio also called the prisoner trade a sign of president obma's failed foreign policy. "a deal with iran, a deal with the castro brothers, a deal with democrats are preparing for clinton are busy getting her message out. husband, bill, talking up her experience as secretary of state to voters in iowa. "as secretary of state,,he got the sanctions against iran and had russia and china going
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running even with clinton in days between the first two new at six ---olice investigate a shooting reported early this morning in dubuque. police say 18- year-old charles hospital with a gunshot wound shortly before three this morning. but a short time after -- police gogo reports of a single car accident 32nd street. inside the car -- they found a gun. 22-year-old deante jenkins of easttdubuque was driving the car police say he lost control -- and went into the ditch. he has been chargd with reckless use of firearm and operating wwle intoxicated. also new tonigiht -- three people are in jail after police
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marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. it happened in tripola -- one in the 200 block of main street and the other in the 700 block of third street south west. one woman and two men were taken into custody. denver police, state troopers, bremer county sheriff's deeuties and a chickasawwcaninie unit helped with the arrest. meanwhile -- police investigate an officer-involved shooting in muscati. police say a hummer was reported stolen from a estaurant last night around ten o-clock. nearly thirty minutes later -- a muscatine sheriff's deputy found the vehicle on highway 61-- and tried stopping the driver -- but they wouldnn. they even hiia few parked cars and a police vehiicle. several shots were fired -- and the driver was eventually hit. he was taken to the hospital -- and the incident remaii under inveveigation. wildlife rehab experts arer hoping to educate people on the dangers of lead poisoning -- following the death of a bald eagle in eastern iowa.
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two men found it in waverly and realized it was sick. they say they took it to an animal hospital -- and test results indicated a lethal amount of lead in its blood. kwwls olivia mancino has been following this story -- and joins us now with the details. olivia? the eagle wasn't shot however the lead poisoning could have come from lead shot shells or from fish tackle, which has lead in it. the wildlife rehab specialists who cared for the eagle are now advocating for nters to use alternative options "we believe it was ad poisoning" this video taken at local animal hospital shows a bald eagle in pain... vets recently learned (e was found by some citizens falls, where wildlife rehabilitationist linda nebbe took over. "this is big mama" nebbe is one of few licensed
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rehab specialalts in iowa... and owns many of her own animals. "can you give me five? thats my boy?" "you know its hard on many levels too" tests showed lethal amounts of lead in the eagles blood nebbe "you hope its going to get better and then you watch it die she suspects the lead came from either shot shells or fishing lures. her son, nathanannebbe, explains the process. "those animals like eagles are other birds of prey, at the top of the food chain when they eat those animals the lead accumulltes in their r ssues and can poison them, its a very powerful neurotoxin." the nebbes say they want hunters to be consceintious when they're in the wilderness-- and to use steel shot instead of lead shot -- a far less toxic mercy of being poisoned
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why hunters use lead shot more than steel shot they say it basically comes down to two things -- lead shot is cheaper -- about a five dollar a box difference also, lead is a more flexible material, which can prevent things like a bullet exploding in a gun barrel. back to you thanks olivia. lead is illegal to use for hunting waterfowl -- like geese or ducks. experts say it prevents lead from getting in the water. a local salvation army location now offers a special learning experience for people in the area. people can try archery saturday mornings at the salvation army in cedar rapids. students can spend an hour learning the basics in their first class -- and can participlate in competitions after that. the lessons are open to people of article in the paper, and that really made me sort of nostalgic yoyok state. classes starrd last week -- and
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from nine in the morning until noon on saturdays. studens first practiced shooting blank squares -- and thehemoved on to other targets. coming up after the break -- we explain how you can enjoy your time -- during this chilly weather. you're watching kwwl -- we've got you covered. and when you sese news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our facebook page. you can also like our page to stay up to date on breaking news but first -- re's a live ok "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. plan -- break upuphe big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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weather information. here is additional forecast kiel. weweave wind chill warnings and advisories across the entire kwwl viewing area. a wind chill warning is in effect for chickasaw, bremer, butler, black hawk and grundy countis from 9 thisevening until noon on ssnday. the rest of thth kwwl viewing area is under a wind chill advisory startinin at midnight d lasting through noon sunday. a lot of these will likely be extendd throughout theheday on sunday. the only difference is a wind
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advisory is wind chills from 20 to 29 below zeroro while wind chill warning is 30 degrees below zero or colder. threat tracker is in the red for tonighgh and tomorrow, thanks to wind chills as low as 35 degrees below zero tonight. tomorrow it will still very cold with wind chills 10 to 25 degrees below zero. right now temperatures are in the single digits across eastern well below zero, especially across northern half of the area. taking a look at a wider view of the nation, you can see that the colder
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northwest, where we do have wind chills the are in the twenties below zero to near thirty below zero. that's the cold air that will be tracking into our areas as we go throughout the night, and lasting all the wa until monday. here's the storm track 7 live weather network cameras across eaststn iowa. not oo bad as ff as how it looks, but it is still bitterly cold.&there could be a few flurrrres. here's storm track 7 live doppler radar. we have a fewflurries
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partly cloudy to mostly clear across the area. taking a wider view, e arctic front is to our east, with falling temperatues this afternoon and cold air fltering in. here's a look at where the snow is to our west. that will gradually continue to move to the south
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weather conditions stop them from havingnga little fun his weekened -- during the annual ice festival in dubuque. kwwl's shirley descorbeth stops by the event today -- and joins us live with the details. shirley? many familes were out enjoying their day at the ice fest held at the national mississippi river museum and aquarium. organizers s they actually see an increee in attendance during this event. this fest is all about winter activities. today, there was an ice harvesting. demonstttors sawing ice from the frozen mississippi river -- the chucks were eight inches thick. there was also snow and ice sculpting -- the carvers creating impressive works of art. families attending the fest say this gives them a good reason to get out of the house. a little bit cold, but it's a great educational experience for the kids."
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sledding. there also indoor activites, like crafts...all related to winter. at the fest -- attendees also learned about winter safety. earlier in the day, the dubuque fire and rescue department demonstarted a water rescue.. we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth... ...kwwl news. thanks shirley -- as a reminder -- the ice festival isn't over just yet.t. it continues through monday. for more information -- you can visit our website at kw-wl dot com. coming up on kwwl -- the uni panthers looked to overcome some rough shooting for their 15th straight home conference win -- plus -- iowa state looked to turn around a disappointing start to the big 12 ssson at kansas you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in jesup, center junction, fayette and all of eastern iowa
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(donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech) there's a big difference between making noise... (mic tap)
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(elephant noise) (donkey noise) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk. give us a plan. suspension handed down to phomore guard hallice cooke -- the suspension results from a violation of team rules -- the school says that violation was not legal in nature -- cyclones -- off to a disappointing 1 and 3 start in the conference -- looking to turn it around at kansas
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iowa state strong in the first half -- jameel mckay kicks out to abdel nader for the triple -- 9-6 cyclones in the early going -- later on -- monte morris with the oop to mckay -- part of a 15, nothingrun -- iowa state would lead 32, 23 at the break -- second half has been the achilles heel in big 12 play -- but not today -- nader to matt thomas as he rains in 3 of his 11 in theegame -- 43, 33 cyclones -- and morris with a big second half today -- 19 in the ballgame -- 15 of those in the last 20 minutes -- iowa state needed this one -- they got a good road win 76 to 63 -- the dropoff between home and road games for the uni panthers has been somewhat alarming this seseson -- and it's continued in to conference play -- the panthers sit oh and three away from the mc-leod center -- but today they were back on their home cort -- chasing after a 15th straight hohoe misssri valley winn-- playing host to loyola -- buckets tough to come by in the first
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jeremy morgain -- morgan from the corner -- rips it through the net -- panthers up 3 eaealy -- later in the half -- morgan gifted a steal -- charging hard to the bucket for the strong finish -- he had 10 a very low scoring half -- panthers down 1 late in the firstst-- wyatt lohaus to the bucket -- uni would lead by 3 at the break despite scoring just 22 -- second half -- loyola heated up -- uni did not -- milton doyle with the j fofo a 28, lead -- and the ramblers finish it -- montel james with the and 1 -- he led loyola with 14 -- the panthers home streak ends witta 51, 41 loss - uni's lowest scoring output at home in seven years -- women's basketball -- iowa t michigan state -- hawks and spartans tied for fourth in the big ten -- tania davis off the bench -- solid from the arc -- triple ties it at 13 early in the half -- secon quarter -- davis again, 4 of 5 from three point land -- iowa led 36, 23 at half --
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branndais agee's 3 pulls michigan state within onn of the lead -- 45, 44 -- and the spartand finish it -- tori jankoska with the and one -- hawkeyes fall 73 to 80 -- the nfl divisional playoffs are underway --- and in the afc -- the chiefs are in danger of having their 11 game winning streak snaped -- they currently trail at new england 7, 13 with undndr ten to -- we'll have highlights tonight -- that's following the packers and cardinals -- they hook up after 7 oh clock tonight right here on kwwl -- just 20 days ago -- arizona routed green bay 38 to 8 in a game that featured another david johnson touchdown aa well as 3 turnovers by the packers' aaron rodgers -- mike mccarthy -- naturally believes this is going to be a better match-up this time -- and as hard as it was to
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the middle of the third quarter, some of the things that did change s how well their offense has played. but i just think back and you are going to get a better shot. and it's win or go home and all those things are factors in it. football night in amrica comes up right after our news -- followed by kickoff of the packers and cardinals here on kwwl --
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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warning in effect for the entire area late tonight and into sunday. here is the storm track seven day forecast. the bitterly cold temperatures last through about tuesday, then we gradually begin to warm up. wednesday morning. we will keep normal by the end of the seven day forecast.
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we hope to see she's always stood strongng. get ththjob done. hillary clinton.n. 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 agagast 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 got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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