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burying major east coast cities air...rail...and highway travel. in pennsylvania and kentucky thousands of york city were buried....enjoyable for pandas... and children who sled down the u.s. capital lawn.... (nats: snowboarders) and these snowboarders who couldn't get to that wasn't legal...pretty sure." the blizzard slammed wide-spread flooding in new jersey and other mid-atlantic states. (s/ /governor chris christie / r-new jersey :46 - :53) "we have shelters in every get them fed." many airport runways and roads will remain closed while plows try to move the snow. officials are begging people to stay home. (s/ governor andrew cuomo / (d) new york 1:01 - 1:14) "all it takes is one car to get chaotic...historic and record-breaking blizzard....which many are now happy to see go. jennifer
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news. washington. meanwhile -- calm weather moves through the area closer to home. let's check in with storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel for a look at your first stormtrack 7 weather team: we have had calm weather. it's been cloudy all day, with some sunshine a little created some blowing snow conditions to our spots on the roadways. here's the storm track 7 live weather network showing clouds. details on the chance for snow in our forecast coming 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: meanwhile -- several eastern iowans are affected by the massive east coast storm this weekend. more than 200 people from dubuque county were stuck on the pennsylvania turnpike.
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for the annual march for life rally. but on the way back -- "we knew the storm was coming, we kept looking at the weather. we kept timing, trying safe...obviously we missed it by a little bit." during the standstill -- people bonded -- and even came together for an outdoor mass. shortly after eight o-clock -- all of the buses were moving. a little bit." by the massive east coast storm this weekend. more than 200 people from dubuque county were stuck on the pennsylvania turnpike. they traveled to washington d-c- for the annual march for life rally. but on the way back -- they got stranded for more than 20 hours. and still, you know, be safe...obviously we missed it by a little bit." during the standstill -- people bonded -- and even came together for an outdoor mass. shortly after eight o-clock --
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of the buses were moving. local homes are getting new smoke detectors -- for free -- thanks to the red cross. volunteers learned how to install detectors earlier today -- and were on the road making installations less than an hour later. kwwl's hillary maglin has the story. nats the american red cross is making cedar rapids installing free smoke detectors in some local homes. (sot. cg: teresa walton/smoke detector recipient) "i think it's great." volunteers went installations. (sot. cg: hillary maglin) "each batteries and the smoke detectors themselves." and many of the homes (sot) "we've had non-working of around 2 streets where they otherwise might not have had
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detectors. (sot. julie l. hoffman/red cross volunteer) "we're making sure they're safe. they've got a fire alarm now, and if, you got new smoke detectors are more secure. you know, i wouldn't want to come home and find my home burned to the ground, and all my pets." we've got you covered in cedar rapids... hillary maglin... kwwl news. some of those volunteers came from as far as ames to help. many of them said they never installed smoke detectors before -- but caught on quickly. it's the final countdown to the caucus. with just a few days left until the big cacucus here in iowa -- republican presidential candidate donald trump praises his supporters today -- saying they would stick with him even if he shot someone. trump made the comments while
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school in sioux center. ya know what else they say about stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay. it's like incredible." many of trump's supporters told reporters almost nothing could make them change their mind about voting for him. trump's comments come as the debate about gun violence in the united states has taken center stage following several highly- publicized mass shootings. on the democratic side -- hillary clinton campaigns in we can't wait to deal with the student debt that so many young america and if you give me the learn from you and make sure that we move forward together."
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campaign tomorrow in marion. senator sanders will also be making stops in the cedar valley. the des moines register announces their republican and democratic nominations for president. the paper picked hillary clinton -- because they say no other candidate can match the depth of her knowledge and experience. they praised her work as a senator for reaching across party lines to fight for job creation and universal health care. on the republican side -- the paper endorsed senator marco rubio because they say he has the potential to chart a different direction for the g-o-p. they praised his ideas on improving the economy, education system, and social programs. they say he represents the party's best hope. according to c-n-n -- former new york city mayor michael bloomberg could be considering a possible independent presidential run. the source says the 73-year old is
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sometime in march. a spokesperson for the former mayor declined to comment. tonight -- the offical route is announced for ragbrai fourty four. it's a secenic route through southern iowa -- and drum roll please..... the first town will be shenandoah, then centerville, town three is creston , then ottumwa, then leon and town six is glenwood and then washington. organizers say the ride will end in muscatine. still to come on kwwl -- live coverage from senator cruz's campaign stop in waterloo. michigan. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with macleod
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"now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." information. here is additional forecast
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weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. threat tracker is showing a mostly cloudy sky for both tonight and sunday. temperatures on sunday will be well above the average in the 30s, so it will help melt more monday, along with a wintry mix. more on that here in just a few moments. road conditions show some slick spots to our north, and especially across the west. that's where we had a little bit of fresh snow thursday night and friday. that' been blowing around creating some slick spots. the wind has been out of the south from 10 to 15 miles per hour today. so that's creating that blowing snow, even though snow is not falling. temperatures right now are in the 20s, and will slowly fall throughout the night thanks to the clouds hanging around. storm track 7 live weather network camera here in iowa. we have a cloudy sky and no snow. we take a look at one of the pennsylvania, that's where we still have snow falling, and it is blowing around. near blizzard like conditions. closer to home, showing the mostly cloudy sky
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long. there may be a few breaks in the cloud cover overnight, but otherwise we will have a mostly cloudy sky, but notice, no snow falling from those clouds. we go into tomorrow morning, we will continue with a mostly cloudy sky. there could be some filtered sunshine later in the afternoon, but clouds will continue to increase ahead of our next storm system, that by monday morning could be producing a few areas of freezing drizzle, with a better chance of a wintry mix by midday, changing over to snow by monday afternoon. this event will be a light precipitation event, so we aren't expecting much in the way of accumulation of
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doesn't take much to create slick spots on the roadways. as far as the snowfall forecast, here is where it stands early this evening. most areas from tama, cedar rapids and points to the north, including waterloo, dubuque, oelwein will see an
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half, with some areas getting up change, but overall a trace to tonight. no snow. it will be keep those temperatures up. someone who ate it died. the center for disease control says one person died in michigan -- and at least 12 people across six states were hospitalized. the infected salads were called dole, fresh selections, simple truth, marketside, the little salad
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endorsement -- and it's senator ted cruz. kwwl's olivia mancino joins us live in waterloo tonight -- where senator cruz is rallying support. oliva? it was a charged up crowd here tonight not just to see ted cruz but many are out to see glenn beck... beck intend to respond i respect and like him, i don't want to engage in a mudslinging contest, glen beck is a principle patriot who loves this country and the constitution" cruz has been in a tight race to win over iowa the most recent cnn poll showing trump on top
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took time to take shots at saying he even respects sanders honesty. we're 9 days out from the caucus and it'll be interesting to see how each cruz and trumps individual endorsement affects the trends over the next few days of course we've got you covered in next -- the iowa state cyclones -- fresh off their win over number one next -- the iowa state cyclones -- fresh off their win over
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by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. care of business at tcu today -- cyclones going for a second win this week to go along with monday's huge one over top ranked oklahoma -- iowa state hoping to avoid a trap game with another big one against kansas in two days -- down 6 in the first half -- but deonte burton cuts in to that with the strong finish -- 3 point play pulls isu within three -- later -- tied at 19 -- defense making an appearance -- monte morris coast to coast after the steal -- 21, 19 iowa state -- how's this for a finish to the half -- one-point-three seconds on the clock -- abdel nader with the buzzer beating three -- cyclones with a nine point lead at the break -- second half -- they get it done
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-- and putting it in cruise control in the end -- nader off the lob from morris -- iowa state gets past tcu 73 to 60 -- panthers -- meanwhile -- sit in the midst of one of their roughest stretches in a long time -- uni travelled to illinois state today hoping to avoid their first four game losing streak in nearly five years -- panthers looking to avoid dropping below the 5- hundred mark -- looking much stronger in the first half -- matt bohannon from the arc -- uni quickly out to a 4 point edge -- wes washpun -- with a solid outing -- 23 in the ballgame -- jumper pushes the uni lead to 10-4 -- and bennett koch -- keeping things going -- panthers up 8 in just the first 7 minutes -- but illinois state -- finishes the half strong -- tony wills from downtown -- redbirds would lead 40, 38 at the half -- second half -- panthers down 2 -- washpun hits the j to knot things at 43
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but it fell apart from there -- devaughn akoon- purcell -- the board and the bucket -- part of an 8-oh run -- and it's another tough one for uni -- they fall 76-67 -- baylor women also in action today as iowa state played host to the number four bears -- and the cyclones fell behind early -- alexis prince hits the trey -- baylor held a 37, 26 lead at the break -- (35-24) but iowa state put together a run early in the second half -- jadda buckley from downtown -- triple pulls the cyclones within 8 (39-31) forty seconds later -- it's seanna johnson -- johnson with 22 in the game -- iowa state makes it a 5 point game (39-34) but it was all baylor down the stretch -- kristy wallace from deep -- part of a 12 - oh run -- (66-45) baylor runs away in the end -- snaps isu's 12 game home win streak -- x to x -- good high school game in la porte city -- benton community at 5th ranked union -- benton bobcats looking very good
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wiebel knocks down the triple -- they'd lead 13, 4 -- and keeping it going from long range -- another trey for leah vanweelden -- benton community thinking upset up 11 -- but union finished the half strong -- jordyn nagle with the strong drive to the bucket -- cuts the lead down to 9 -- then before half -- courtney powell gets the fortunate bound -- knights down just four at the break -- and they took it over in the second half -- kaeli block knocks down the trey -- union wins their 7th straight -- 51 to 39 -- another former panther -- wide receiver terrell sinkfield -- will be hoping to make some noise in the nfl after signing with the minnesota vikings this weekend -- sinkfield has briefly been with 4 nfl teams -- but spent most of his pro career with the hamilton tiger cats of the cfl -- helping them to a championship game appearance in 20-14 -- he'll likely been in a strong fight to make the vikings roster for next
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top ranked wartburg wrestlers -- looking to go 3 and oh at the iowa conference duals -- finishing with number 23 central -- at 133 -- that's 4th ranked connor campo getting nearfall points on aaron anderson en route to a major decision -- at 149 -- kenny martin absolutely pancakes central's tanner hocker -- second period fall for martin -- ben nagle finishes with a 9, 6 decision at heavyweight -- knights go 10 for 10 for the second time on the day -- shutting out central 44, nothing -- in his tenth nhl season -- former waterloo black hawk joe pavelski continues to do big things -- pavelski put one home in the final two minutes to lift san jose past minnesota 4, 3 this afternoon -- it was his 23rd goal this season -- ranking him number 6 in the league --
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