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cities from teh carolinas to new york city are bracing for some serious snow. brian mooarrhas the story from washington. amanda, cities from the carolinas to the big apple are bracing for a cruel blast of to be today ... as a potentially record-breaking, shovelbuster of a storm threatened to make life miserable for more than eighty-five million americans. nashville got an early taste ... the donuts in this stuck truck - far less glazed than the roads ... big wheels were a big help. in charlotte ... the carolina panthers fought the elements to prepare for their nfc
sunday night against the arizona cardinals. out-of-town fans may have trouble flying to the game cancellations. while somewere stranded - others escapd to places with better weather. ((sot::aren paulin/traveler:39 - :41)) "boston! where there's no snow!!" washington, dc is the expected bullseye for this storm - more two and half feet of snow may fll over the next thirty-six hours. ((sot: mayor muriel bowser/washington d.c.:49 - :52)) "we have a forecast that i don't think we've had in 90 years." the national mall and were hunkering down. ((sot: dana hill/shopper:58 - 1:01)) "there's not much tdo. we already went grocery shopping first flakeke fell ... inches of snow on washington back in 1922 - and this storm may come close to that record. i'm brian mooar in washington. now back to you. eastern iowans are also being affected by the east coast blizzard. a group with dubuque county right to life is in washington d-c for the annual "march for life" rally. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth spoke with the group about their trip. she joins us live from the t-h media newsroom in dubuque with
well, a powerful winter storm is expeced to hit the nation's capitol. people are bring themselveve for what's about to come -- but...despite the storm, the "march for life" rally is still on. and thousands of people, including several dubuquers are there. on this date -- january 22nd -- thousands go to washington d-c every year to march in opposition of roe vs wade. it's the 43rd anniversary of the supreme court's decision to make abortions legal. this year -- the annual rally wasn't cancelled, despite the weather. dubuquer's also felt it and the march and we will be leaving right afterwards." now, there's a big group from the area that headed out there -- five bus loads of people. they say, when the rally began at
just started. the group from dubuque was planning to return saturday, but to avoid to brunt of the storm, they left right after the march. dubuque...shirley descorbeth... .kwwl news. also in attendance at the march for life rally were senator joni ernst and republican presidential candidate carly fiorina. this year's theme was "pro-life and pro-woman go hand- in-hand." in continuing coverage... a man arrested for allegedly rbbing a bank is now accused of calling in a bomb threat shortly before the robbery. iowa city police say this guy - clifton brinkmeyer - robbed a u-s bank in iowa city on tuesday. he was arrested for the robbery - and through investigation, officers determined the 911 call reporting the threat came from his car. that bank was robbed 20 minute after the bomb threat was called into west high school. more than two thousand students were shipped to a different locations as officers and drug dogs combed
investigators now say a fre that killed two young sisters was an accident. crawford county wisconsin sheriff's deputies say the fire started at the center of the home in wauzeka... which kept the girls from being able to escape using the staircase. lena and trinity bartels died as a result of the fire. investigators haven't been able to determine the exact cause of the fire. an early wake up for iowa state students camping out before monday's game - because their tent starts on fire. ames s irefighters responded to the tent fire outside of hilton coliseum around 3:30 this morning. no one was hurt... firefighters say the fire was starated by a propane hhater inside e e tent being too close to flamable material in the tent. the cyclones take on university of kansas on monday. a former u-n-i stand-out is taking his talents all the way to charlotte, north carolina this weekend to battle it out for the n-f-c
former panther and current arizona cardinal running back david johnson helped take down the packers last saturday... johnson has had an incredible season... breaking the single-season franchise rookie record with 13 touchdowns. now as he looks to travel to bank of america stadium to take on the carolina panthers... his former teammates weigh in. kwwls olivia mancino joins us live david johnson has had quite the impressive career here at home anan with his first season in the n-f-l he's an iowa boy through and through and his teammmates from back home in clinton iowa and from u-n-i are all so excited for him it was this game--the cards against the packers-- that solidified his trip to the bank of america stadium johnson was a pivotal part of this ame with two minutes left he makes a sick catch keeping the scoring drive alive-- he's been a key player for the cardinals throughout the
setting the rookie franchise record with thirteen touchdowns. i talked to him and his fiance ""its been a true blessing to be able to have opportunities that ive had and been able to help out the cardinals" johnson has been a stand-out for years now-- setting many records during his time at u-n-i he holds the record for career rushing yard and touchdowns i talked this past season's panther quarterback sawyer kollmorgen he says when johnson stepped on u-n-i-s turf, he was always the best player out there and it seems like nothings changed ron - back to you the cardinals will take on the carolina panthers sunday at 5:40 pm coming up... after a call for a more diverse award show - the academy awards is changing the way actors and movies are nominated. and... new life coming to a
construction as what once made bread will now make beer. that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full schnackenberg. this is the kwwl --------- ---------
--------- "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl
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your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
we are heading into a quiet weekend with temperatures warming into the low and mid afternoon into monday night. early indications
show about 1-3" of snow will fall across snow accumulated. expect some hazardous travel conditions monday evening into tuesday morning. we are heading into a quiet weekend with temperatures warming into the low and mid 30s by sunday. the next chance of snow arrives on monday. light snow falls monday afternoon into monday night. early indications show about 1-3" of snow will fall across eastern iowa. late monday night and tuesday the wind will cause blowing snow in locations where snow accumulated. expect some
monday evening into tuesday morning. coming up... here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: we are heading
into a quiet weekend with temperatures warming into the low and mid 30s by sunday. the next chance of snow arrives on monday. light snow falls monday afternoon into monday night. early indications show about 1-3" of snow will fall across eastern iowa. late monday night and tuesday the wind will cause blowing snow in locations where snow accumulated. expect some hazardous travel conditions monday evening into tuesday morning. we are heading into a quiet weekend with temperatures
30s by sunday. the next chance of snow arrives on monday. light snow falls monday afternoon into monday night. early indications show about 1-3" of snow will fall across eastern iowa. late monday night and tuesday the wind will cause blowing snow in locations where snow accumulated. expect some hazardous travel conditions monday evening into tuesday morning. coming up... a response to national backlash -- cause blowing snow in locations where snow accumulated. expect some hazardous travel conditions
coming up... a response to national backlash -- the academy award's making changes to their governing body to make the oscar's more diverse. and - our state will be getting millions of dollars of funding you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in ely, center point, gilbertville and all of eastern iowa --------- ---------
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medicade going private. just today a ruling by an iowa judge means the medicaid tranistion to private will begin in march.. as kwwl's hillary maglin reports, congressman dave lobesack is leading maglin reports, congressman dave lobesack is leading the charge to put the brakes on the plan. jeff edberg wants the best for his son. a son wh o suffers with disabilities. they are among
nearly 600-thousand iowans on medicaid. (sot. cg: jeff edberg/iowa city) "iowa said we'll take care of him. you love him and we'll edberg's thirteen- year-old son colin has cerebral palsy... autism... and other disorders that require special services... like living (sot) "it's expensive." this care could turn
privitized... which may happen march first. that's why
edberg and other iowa families in the same situation are sitting down with congressman dave loebsack. (sot. cg: dave loebsack/u.s. congressman) "they're very concerned that once that deadline comes, that their kids are not, their children are not gonna be getting the services they are now." loebsack hopes to derail the possible transition. pamela needs therapies 3 times a week. rodriguez and edberg say talking about the medicaid issue - is the first step to do." we've got you covered in iowa city... hillary maglin... kwwl news. loebsack said his goal is to keep
privatized... but wants to make the transition for families as smooth as possible if it happens. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... after a lack of diversity gets the spotlight - changes are coming to the academy award's board of directors. and... a popular bagged salad brand is recalled - after one person dies from eating it. --------- --------- iowa gets nearly 100 million
as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them, and that seals in the juices of the burger. it doesn't get any better than that. and that's the culver's butterburger.
did significant damage to a number of homes this grant will
help mitigate those types of flooding risks and help improve water quality throughout our state. dubuque will be getting 31 and a half millions dollars to assist in flood repair - specifically to go towards the bee branch watershed project that would help mitigate flash flooding issues. production is halted on a popular brand of bagged salads -- after someone who ate it died. the center for disease control says one person died in michigan and at least 12 people across six the infected salads were called dole, fresh selections, simple truth, marketside, the little salad bar, and president's choice. the c-d-c is recalling all packaged salads produced at the plant. changes are coming to the academy - after an outcry over a nation.
immediately increase diversity on the board of governors, the academy will establish three new governor seats." they're committing to coubling the number of women and diverse members of the academy by 2020. this is the second year all of the acting nominations have been for white actors. plans are in the works to expand single-speed brewing in cedar falls -- to the old wonderbread building in waterloo. right now -- the six-million dollar project is waiting on historical reviews -- to ensure the budilings doesn't lose any of it's history. single-speed founder -- dave morgan -- says he hopes to give the space new life. "once i got the feel of not only to be a real natural fit. we think it will be a really nice piece as this part of town continues to develop."
but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the
way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
the police chase of 90 minutes comes to an end becuase of the animals. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your forecast. george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti:
bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in.