tv KWWL News at Ten NBC January 19, 2016 10:00pm-10:34pm CST
in nearly 500 dogs in an effort to give them better homes. ""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the nes at ten." some more snow in the area tonight -- here's a look at downtown waterloo. not a ton of accumlation -- but it is sticking to the ground a bit and it's making the roads very slick. let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now who's tracking it all. 7 weather team. see the screen weather information. here is additional forecast pressure will track to our south and bring a chance of light snow to the state this afternoon and overnight. most of the snow will stay south of and highway 30, 0.5" to 1 between highways 30 and 20 and a
though.. we will be in the low thursday. another system may bring a few snow showers thursday night, but we mainly stay dry through the weekend. authorities are investigating a possible tragic accident between a semi and a car -- according to the new hampton chickasaw c cunty tribune it happened on highway 63 near chickasaw county road b54, south of
here's a photo courtesy of the new hampton chickasaw county tribune. they say authorities were wrapping a blue tarp over the car -- which was hit by the semi. we will pass along more details as they become available. a dr. ben carson campaign volunteer, who was seriously injured in an crash iowa van crash, has died -- according to dr. carson's campaign. here's a look at the van after the crash in atlantic, iowa.. the victim is 25- year-old braden joplin. he and three others were in the van at the time --when they hit a patch of ice -- flipped on the
and d ere hit by aather car. dr. carson canceling all of his remaining campaign events tonight to be with the victim's family. less than two weeks until the iowa caucus -- and some candidates are getting some kind words from some big names -- while others are being dismissed by them. former republican vice- presidential nominee sarah palin says she will publicly endorse trump. sarah palin / former vice presidentiallnominee god bless you! god bless the united states of america, and our next president of the united states, donald j trump (big applause and hug) the pair appeared at a rally tonight ames. as for trump's main competition -- senator ted crcrz -- iowa governor terry branstad having some choice words for him. governor branstad trying to ted
kwwl's jessica hartman has been looking into what this means for cruz's campaign. -today - during a renewable fuels take a look damaging to our state." governor branstad dropping this bomb about ted for iowa to support him. i know and i think it could change between now and then."" this stemming from cruz's support of phasing out the renewable fuel standard - which requires a minimum amount of ethanol to be add to u.s. gas. in a recent stop in strawberry point - cruz responed to a farmer's concerns
mandates and no subsidies for any energy source across the board." branstads harsh comments - -leaving cruz 13 days "this is a big blow." "it has the potiential to effect couple this with sarah palins "team trump" announcement ... "it is what is says about the viability of the cruz campaign. endorsement from someone cruz was perhaps counting on." however cruz is brushing this off as typical washington cartel. "it is no surprise that the establishment is in full panic mode." cruz went on to say he thinks corn farmers are wonderful people who are frustrated with career politicians. we've got you covered live in the newsroom . . . jessica hartman
kwwl's political analyst chris larimer saying branstad's comments will likely effect voters who are still undecided at this point. voters who strongly support cruz - are usually not supporters of branstad and vise versa. democratic candidate hillary clinton also getting an endorsement today --from the nation's biggest l-g-b-t organization... the human right's camapign announcing their endorsement of hillary on their website today saying quote "her fight is ourr right." clinton is expected to accept police arrest a man with a fake gun after a local bank robbery. a witness telling authorities someone with a gun was robbing the u.s.
william sttin iowa city. police later found the suspect, clifton brinkmeyer, and a fake, plastic gun. he was taken into custody and charged with second degree robbery. two children are killed after getting stuck inside a house fire. it happened late last night n wisconsin -- just across the iowa border. the crawford county sheriffs office says two killed were sisters, 12-year old lena old trinity bartles. neighbors say someone drrving by noticed smoke coming out of the save them -- but the smoke and fire was too much. "the house behind me is fully engulfed in flames and pretty much beyond the point of ving." authorities say the girls were home alone -- their parents were at work. they are still searching for the cause of the fire --but say it is not suspicious.
school evacuates students and faculty -- shutting down classes for the day. police ficers and k9's's checking out iowa city west high school -- as students were bussed to the hawkeye tennis and recreation center. students reacting to the news of what police called a redible threat. (cg: nick deerberg & andre magalhaes / students) "i think a few years ago it would have been like oh my gosh there's a bomb "yeah it's just the way it's gotten." a special election in johnson county was also impacted by the bomb ththat. west high school was a polling place for iowa city precinct seven. voters in that precinct were told to go to the athletic hall of fame on prairie meadow drive. authorities now say a faaher killed by his teenage son -- died of multiple gunshots. 16-year-old michael goodwin, jr. is s harged withhfirst degree murder
michael goodwin, sr. the davis county sheriff's office foundthe body while responding to a welfare check in ruralalavis county last month. police identify the officer seriouslyinjured after being punched by a resident. it happened at soapy waters laundromat in cedar rapids. the officer has been identified as randy vest. 33-year-old nathan brocks faces multiple chargeein the sault. police were responding to a domestic disturbance call at the laundromat sunday afternoon.. they say officer vest was speaking with brocks when he punched him -- knocking him unconcious. vest feel and hit his head on a cement parking barrier. at last check -- he remains in the hospital. a third person originally charged in a brawl involving an iowa principal will not be prosecuted. authorities say the brawl in glenwood last september starteded
involved glenwood high school principal richard hutchinson. charges are now dismissed against his step-son 42- year-old hurl beechum the third -- and two others involved in the fight. hutchinson was not charged in the incident. new aaten--one local animal shelter helping to ease the burden of overcrowded shelters in the south. the dubuque regional humane society is set to take on nearly 500 dogs this year through the petsmart charitiis rescue wagon progrrm. kwwl's brad hanson joins us live now from the t-h media newsroom brought in a number of dogs this year. that's right--including the dogs arriving tomorrow, nearly 50 dogs will have come to the dubuque rrional humann society. it's a prooam that not only benefits those looking for new pets to love, but also saves the lives
society--just don't tell ese puppies. they're here from an overcrowded shelter in the south as part of a program designed to save their lives. (maria benham, president/ceo dubuque regional humane society) "in southern states where the temperature is very warm,m,there is an even higher population of homeless dogs, and those dogs don't have they are often euthanized." but once they make the trek up north, their stay is often prrty short. (brad hanson, @bhansonkwwl) "well many dog are brought here because they don't stand a chance of being adopted, but when they're brought here, they're usually gone within days." "the first transport we received earlier in january, all 14 of seen many of the dogs from this program cycle through their shelter. (megan schmerbach, dubuque regional humane society) "it's really nice knowing that they're brououht up here because they're overcrowded shelthers. and knowing that we saved them, and they're going to be
rewarding." and while dogs of all ages come to dubuque as part of this program,, benham says the majority are puppies--and they go fast. the humane society is set to receive nearly 2o dogs tomorrow. once they come in, they are later. we've got you covered live froo the t-h media n nwsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. in all, the dubuque regional humane society expects to take in nearly 15-hundred dogs, and close to 25-hundred animals total this year. coming up on kwwl... fire crews battling a massive apartment fire. plus.. a man arrested after a three-
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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: low pressure will track to our south and bring a chance of light snow to the state this afternoon and overnight. most of the snow will stay south of our viewing area, but we could still
1" to 2" between interstate 80 and highway 30, 0.5" tt 1 between highways 30 and 20 and a trace to 1" along and north of highway 20. mid 20s wednesday and even smack dab in the middle 20s on thursday. another system may bring a few snow showers thursday night, but we mainly stay dry through the weekend.low pressure will track to our south and bring a chance of light snow to the state this afternoon and overnight. most of the snow will stay south of our viewing area, but we could still see a trace to 2" with this system. heaviest will be up to 2" south of interstate 80 with 1" to 2" between interstate 80 and highway 30, 0.5" to 1 between highways 30 and 20 and a trace to 1" along and north of highway 20. temperatures will be warming, though.. we will be in the low to mid teens today with low to mid
in the middle 20s on thursday. another system may bring a few snow showers thursday night, but we mainly stay dry through the weekend.low pressure will traak to our south and bring a chance of light snow to the state this afternoon and overnight. most of the snow will stay south of our viewing area, but we could still see a trace to 2" with this system. heaviest will be up to 2" south of interstate 80 with 1" to 2" between interstate 80 and highway 30, 0.5" to 1 between highways 30 and 20 and a trace to 1" along and north of highway 20. temperatures will be warming, though.. we will be in the low to mid teens today with low to in the middle 20s on thursday. another system may bring a few snow showers thursday night, but we mainly stay dry through the weekend.low pressure will track to our south and bring a chance afternoon and overnight. most of the snow will stay south of our viewing area,
to 2" with this system. heaviest will be up to 2" south of interstate 80 with 1" to 2" between interstate 80 and highway 30, 0.5" to 1 between highways 30 and 20 and a trace to 1" along and north of highway 20. temperatures will be warming, though.. we will be in the low to mid teens today wh low to mid 20s wednesday and even smack dab in the middle 20s on thursday. another system may bring a few snow showers thursday night, but we mainly stay dry through the weekend. coming up on kwwl... a popullr new smartphone having some issues with its battery life... you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in independence, van horne, earlville and all of eastern
police aryear-old is allegedly found in his apartment -- bound in duct tape. 30-year-old fransisco rios is charged with child abuse -- along with the child's mother --mayra solis.
police is mesa, arizona say they found the child in a black trash bag -- with duct tape around her mouth and body. they say rios was using the girl for
clearly bothered and shocked by this incident. "that's.. i can't even. i'm a mom and a grandma and i can't even put my finger on something like that. that's just disgusting." the girl is now recovering in the hands of child safety services at a local hospital. fire crews battling a massive apartment fire tonight in very cold temperatures. take a look at the flames coming from the building here in philadelphia. one firefighter was taken to a nearby hospital after suffering cardiac issues -- but no word on his condiiton tonight. so far -- no other injuries have been reported. apple is looking into a potential issue with the battery life of its newest i-phones. the company says if you manually change the time or change timezone on your i-phone 6-s or 6-s plus -- your battery percentage doesn't update. they say they are looking into a
adivse people to make sure their automatic date and time setting is turned on. if the battery percentage continues to fail -- they say to contact apple support. coming up next... plus -- we'll hear from iowa state's new all-time winningest player georges niang after the big win over top
ranked oklahoma -- mark woodley joins us next on kwwl. "now, kwwl sports, presented by your local toyota dealer." someone just got a free 6" subway sandwich. just text offers to 782929 to sign up for weekly text offers. and you'll get a free 6-inch sub
well it seems whenever dike-new hartford and aplington- parkersburg meet
up on the basketball court -- generally at least one is ranked -- tonight -- that was the case for the second ranked wolverines -- the road team up against the number seven falcons -- the wolverines started hot -- first off connor blough in the corner for the three... then the full court press giving a-p some trouble -- blough with the steal and the lay in he had 17 in the first half -- dnh on an 18-6 run. falcons clawing back -- cade alberts open in the corner -- splashes home a three ball then check out nick waller-- the cross over- step back three is good -- they'd pull within five in the the second quarter from there -- it was all dike-new hartford connor neuroth and ben roll to perfection... they'd lead by 16 at half -- second half -- its neuroth leading pass calvin wildeboar for two and the rout was on
one winning 80-45. on the girls side -- 12th ranked waverly shell rock on the road at waterloo west -- go-hawks in control early on -- abbey thier gets the bucket and the foul -- 22, 8 in the first -- west trying to claw back -- aliyah robinson drives for the deuce -- wahawks back within 12 -- second quarter -- it's robinson again with the board and the bucket -- but waverly-shell rock is just too much tonight -- katie harken dials one in from downtown -- go-hawks drop the wahawks tonight 62 to 42 -- of course -- by now -- you probably know that iowa state took down number one oklahoma for their first win over a top ranked team in 59 years -- georges niang poured in a team- high 22 points -- and also became the winningest player in cyclone history -- playing in his 89th career win -- passing melvin ejim for the top spot -- niang -- iowa state's 4th all-time leading scorer -- said monday's win was big -- but the team has much bigger goals --
one game at a time, we've got plenty more games in the big 12 and we've got a lot more work left to do. iowa state travels to tcu on saturday -- and then another big monday match- up hosting kansas two days
later -- the cyclones may have been hoping to take down another number one when when that jayhawk team comes to town but that's gone out the window -- oklahoma state -- a 9 point dog -- rolled third ranked kansas tonight -- 86 to 67 behind 22 points from juwan evans -- oklahoma state knocked down 11 of 21 treys to pick up their second big 12 win of the season -- thanks rick.
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crews in chicago are working on the new ferris wheel at navy pier -- and it's going to be bigger and better tall
-- and can hold 420 people at a time. even more impressive -- it will be heated for those cold winters. they hope to have it up and running by memorial day. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your