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plus...the east coast is digging out. we take a look at some record snow- fall amounts- and some damage left behind as the clean up process begins. and.. that massive snow storm leaves thousands stranded on an interstate- including some iowans. hear how they describe the scene- and much more.. on the way. and llok at the difference fromm that video to here- as we take a live look outside with our... good morning and welcome to today in iowa.. happy sunday thanks so much for ining us this morning. i'm lauren moss. we'll get to the latest on the massive east coast storm in a moment... first up -- let's see what's going on in eastern iowa. let's go right eileen.... we have some low clouds that some fog... visibilities are areas of freezing drizzle... some roads are starting to be reported as partially covered, with some frost and freezing drizzle, so be careful out there this morning, especially on less traveled, less treated surfaces. we will keep the drizzle and fog low to mid 30s. we have more wintry mix and snow in
have tte details in a few minutes. areas of freezing drizzle... some roads are starting to be reported as partially covered, with some frost and freezing drizzle, so be careful out there this morning, especially on less traveled, less treated surfaces. we will keep the drizzle and fog this morning and may not get rid have more wintry mix and s sw in millions of people in cities and towns along the east coast will start the process of digging out this morning. the storm left several people dead- and thousands of travelers stranded, even some iowans. nbc's jennifer johnson has the latest from washington, the first blizzard of 2016 has slowly died the storm shut down r...rail...and highway travel. now comes the recovery part....getting roads passable again. that's keith howard's job.
trying to #et out...some people have patience.-. some people don't have patience...but when you go through a neighborhood...people come out clapping." washington and new york city were buried....enjoyable for down the u.s.# and these snowboarders whooouldn't get to that wasn'ttlegal...pretty sure." the blizzard slammed over 70-million people ..hundreds of thousands lost power....and now there's wide-sprrad flooding in new jersey and other mid-atlantic states. "we have shelters in every get them fed." many airport snow. officials are begging people to stay home. "all it takes is one car to get record-breaking blizzard....which many are now happy to see go.
news. washington. as we mentioned, the major winter storm affeecting hundreds of iowans... more than 200 people from dubuque county took buses to waington d-c for the annual march for life rally that took place on friday... but on the way back -- they got stranded for hours on the pennsylvania turnpike...and by hours we meam double digits. kwwl's hirley descocobeth has been followwng the group'sstory since they left from dubuque earlier this week... she received updates from members of the group once they became stuck on friday hight... she has more on their ayover of sorts s mong thousanan of people stuck in the snow...
two hundred people from dubuque. "we got stopped at uh, 11 night." five buses filled with adults and kids went to washington d-c to dubuque county right to life -- leon jensen, says they cut the trip short...but it still didn't turn coming, we kept looking at the wether. we kept timing, trying to time when we could get back, and still,,you know, be safe...obviously we missed it by a little bit." pennslyvania governor tom wolf updating media -- saying there are 500 carsstuck. "we only have one major problem and that is between address that situation." as for those stranded -- they bond with one another...even coming together they're celebrating mass out in the snowstorm. they made an alter out of snow." and during this
the trip was still worth it. "you know, this is an inconvienence, but its certainly, uh...very minor in compared to the tragedy that we came to protest against." this story does ultimately have a positive ending -- as shirley reports the bussese were able to begin moving once again yesterday evening... they were stuck for a total of around 20 hours! we'll be sure to follow this story for you and have more e nce thth group returrs safely to iowa... roads all over were a sloppy mess. look at this- thousands also were stranded along an interstate in kentucky-- backups could be seen for more than 35 miles before traffic began moving again yesterday... this storm was so strong- that it topped some average yearlz totals for some of the cities anantowns in its path...
certainly remember the storm -- new york... as we take a live look now on times square trying to return back to normal this morning... the storm brought the second most snowfall accumulation for a day in new york -- dumping an official 26-point-8 inches there. and now- it's dig out timee no shoveling here get this: the storm could even clearly be seen -- from space! check out this image from nasa taken yesterday... showing the giant storm as it unloaded on the eastern united states... but -- some towns are breathing a igh of relief this morning- check out this sign in buffalo, new york -- a town that was mostly spared during this storm but is famous for heavy snowfall... the restaurant sign reads "if buffalo got two feet of snow it would be called tuesday"..nothing new for them- because buffalo
we are now 8 days away from the big day here in the hawkeye state. this weekend -- a republican favorite receives a bit of a unique endorsement... tv personalittglenn beck makes his presdential endorsement -- and it's for senator ted cruz... the announcement came during a series of campaign stops here in eastern iowa on saturday... kwwl'sslivia mancino was at one of the events in waterloo last night- she says beck talked about history, his own career in the media and of course, his announcement that hehes officially enenorsing cruz... he also added- that he's never actually endorsed a candidate before.. now, when cruz's g-o-p rival donald trump heard the news- he was fast to criticize saying its a saa answer to his own sarah palin endorsement... olivia asked senator cruz about trump's statement.. "oh listen i understand if donald wants to insult me and in a mudslinging contest, glen becec is a principle patriot who loves this country and the constitution. he's never endorsed any candidate in any
that enn flew to iiwa." cruz and trump are in a tight race to win over iowa next monday... the most recent cnn poll shows the current edge to trump... and speaking of him -- trump is also in iowa this weekend... many of trump's supporters told reporters almost nothing could make them change their mind about vototng for him... trump praising his supporters during a stop in sioux city -- putting the statement into words only he "my people are so smart. and 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." the comments come as the debate about gun violence in the u.s is center
publicized mass shooooings... we'll have plenty more caucus coverage -- including who's in our neck of the woods today -- coming up... a lot of news to still get to- also on the way this morning- a ccebrated
summerr event...makes a big announcement this weekend. plus- volunteers spend the weekend setting up smoke detectors in local homes.
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: we will have patchy fog and freezing drizzle thihi morning with a mix tomorrow morning changing to
snow. right now, we have a lot of low level moisture many areas along with some freezing drizzle putting some slick spots on the road. stormtrack7 live weather network shows some of that moisture and the wet roads out there. temps are in the mid 20s in our area with some upper 20s streaming into thm area. we will keep the clouds, although some holes will appear at t tmes this morning. a system to the southwest will bring more snow monday afternoon. the bulk of the snow will fall monday niht and it will be a trace to an inch in the southern half of the viewing area with a couple of inches farther north. today it will be mainly fog and drizzle with highs in the low to then back to the mid to upper 30s tomorrow as the low tracks in. wintery mix n the morning then snow in the afternoon with most of the snow monday evening and overnight with breezy conditions tracking in. that could cause some blowing monday night into very early tuesday morning. we will have patchy fog and freezing drizzle this morning
changing to snow. right now, we have a lot of low level moisture leading to areas of fog freezing drizzle putting some slick spots on the road. stormtrackk live weather network shows some of
that moisture and the wet roads out there. temps are in the mid 20s in our area with some upper 20s in central iowa. southerly winds will keep that at times this morning. a system to the southwest will bring more moisture in... a light drizzle/freezing drizzle mix tonight and monday morning with snow monday afternoon. the bulk of the snow will fall mondada night and it will be a trace to an inch in the southern today it will be mainly fog and drizzle with highs in the low to mid 30s. more fog and areas of freezing drizzle tonight with lows in the mid to upper 20s and tracks in. wintery mix in the morning then snow in the afternoon with most of the snow monday evening and overnight with breezy conditions tracking in. that could use some blowing monday night into very early tuesday morning. the bulk of the snow will fall monday night and it will be a
half of the viewing area with a couple of inches farther north. today it will be maly fog and drizzle with highs in the low to lows in the mid to upper 20s and morning then snow in the afternoon with most of the snow monday evening and overnight with breezy conditions tacking in. that could cause some freezing drizzle tonight with lows in the mid to upper 20s and then back to the mid to upper 30s tomorrowas the low afternoon with most of the snow mmday evening and overnight blowing monday night into very early tuesday morning. is anyone else thinking about summer? well now you will-
the official route for ragbrai 44 has been announced. it goes through southern iowa- first stop is shenandoah...and then center-ville, creston, ottumwa and leon. town six is ggenwood and then washington. and the ride will then end in muscatine. now we just need summer to get here ast. stll to come on oday in iowa- at some impressive highlights from the iwa state basketball game... you're watching kww. we' got you covered in brandon, northhliberty , jesup
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responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. mmm. heaean. real ingredients. that's how we're working to bring out the best. smoke detttors are a big help. and some local homes are getting
the red cross. kwwl's hillary maglin has the story this mmning... the amerrcan red cross is making cedar rapids neighborhoods safer one home at a time. their latest project? installing free smoke walton/smoke detector recipient) "i think it's gree." volunteers went through a brief training... and then groups of three to four people set out to start installations. (sot. cg: hilllry maglin) ""ach babaeries and the smoke detectors themselves." and many of the homes were in need of new detectors. teresa walton's home has been in need for a while. (sot) "we've had non-working smoke alarms for at least a year or more here." each group had a route of around 2 streets where they and volunteers were happy to help those who otherwise might not have had anyone to install working detectors. (sot. julie l. hoffman/red and homeowners who got new cmoke detectors are feeling relieved. (sot) "it just makks me feel
wouldn't want to come home andfind my home burned to the ground, and all my pets." we've some e f those voluuteers came from as far as ames to help. many of them said they never installed smoke detectors before -- but caught on quickly... still to come -- a big day for a former u-n-i panther star... who's team has a chance to move to the super bowl this afternoon... keep it here for lots of championship sunday action after the break... you're watching kwwl -- we'll be
(donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech) there's a big difference between making noise... (mic tap) ...and making sense. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our nextxtresident needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk. give us a plan. climb up the polls again following this week's big win over oklahoma... but first -- the cyclones needed
travel to texas and avoid an upset at the hands of t-c-u... lets get right
to the action... i-s-u down 6 in the first half -- but deonte burton cuts inn that with the strong finish -- and the 3 point play pulls the cyclones within three... later -- tied at 19 -- but not for long as monte morris goes coast to coast after the steal -- and its 21, 19 iowa state... i-s-u now with the buzzer beater- just before halftime -- and the cyclones with a nine point leaa at the break... and that would be enough to get the momentum going -- as iowa state cruises in the second half and comes up with the road win... they win by a score of 73 to 60... u-n-i basketball -- meanwhile -- is still trying to get tngs going- during a very up and down season to this point... they y ropped a tough road game yesterday -- losing 76-to-67 to illinois state... some exciting news for u-n-i
a former panther great is set to shine on one of the biggest today... david johnson is now an arizona cardinal and is getting his shot at the n-f-c championship after a big win against the packers last weekend... johnson is having a rookie season to remember -- rushing for nearly touchdowns... he also had m mre than four hundred touchdowns through the air... johnson's production is so good -- he's in the hunt for rowkie of the year... kwwls olivia mancino has been following johnson's rookie season for us... and is talking to his former teammates before his big test in the spotlight today- here's that story. ...throws inno traffic, andndit's caught by johnson!" david johnson capping off his regular season career with a sick catch keeping the scoring drive allve,
to a victory against the packers. ""its been a true blessing to be able to have opportunities that ive had and been able to help out the cardinals" that was johnson joining me on skype nearlyya month ago today after scoring three touchdowns against philly, breaking the teams franchise record for a rookie " johnson trying tooget into the endzone for a third time, and he does!" johnson is an iowa boy through and through starting his career in clinton. his former teammates weigh in him, but he would already be stop, the uni dome. "it was here johnson set his career in motion, holding the record for career rushing rds and touchdowns" of course he didnt stop setting records there... johnson has soared to new records in his first season, you have to cheer him on- he's a great guy off the field as well...now, lets
game arizona has the tough task of facing a very strong team in the carolina panthers. here's the panthers getting some practice in on top of the snow from the winter storm that was felt all the way down i charlotte this weekend... that game kicks off in snowy north carolina at 5:40 this afternoon.. the other matchup today pits the new england patriots against the denver brbrncos in an a-f-c heavyweight matchup -- and the game day has one unique family divided. here's that story, this morning. it's not like the weibler's first born had much of in 2005-- ttm brady and the patriots won the super bowl. "people for the first time when i tell them, they're like, what? then they look at brady and go 'what? why? i'll just say, well, i like the name!" but brady weibler fully embraced it. although he's quickly found himself the odd man out at "he's usually pretty good but sometimes heegets too annoyyng and we send him to another room to watch. because
led the colts to a super bowl. yup. brady's youngerr brothee- is peyton. and since manning's move from indy-- game time's and dad are on the couch." mom and dad will have to sit in theeiddle duringg sunday's afc championship game. "we are going to fight a lot." "when they're head to head they're wrestling and yellinin at each ther. unfortunately it usually looks like brady is on top." bradad's the smack talker... "we already have four underneath our belt. and he has-- how many? i forgot to comeback... stink!" as for sunday, if the broncosslose, things could get ugly. "i am going to punch my brother in the face." ah yes. who won't have much sympathy for their oldest come sunday-- in a house divided. "it'll be three on one. we'll juss tie brbrdy up and throwowhim out in the garage for two or three
the house will be divided for the a-f-c championship this afternoon... brady says he'll only watch the game with his family if there's food downstairs. but he's still a family guy -- he says if the pats lose -- he'll root for the broncos in thesuper bowl... that game kicks off at 2 today... coming p on today inniowa... we'll jump back into caucus coverage -- with two candidates scoring a very big iowa endorsement... and -- some colorful fun up in the air... thatts coming up in the second half of today in iowa this
trying to sway voters and score endorsements... we'll tell you who you can see today in a few momeets... plus... how some midwesterners are dealing with the winter chill and delaying laundry in a fun way... then... a daring inmate escape has police looking for a dangerous trio of inmates this weekend... welcome back to today in iowa thanks so much for joining us bit of a foggy start to the morning- eileen loan joins us now for a look at our forecast. let's go right back to storm we haa some low clouds that some fog... visibilities are less than 2 miles in some areas some roads are starting to be reported as partially covered, with some frost and freezing drizzle, so be careful out there this morning, especially on less traveled, less treated surfaces.
this morning and may nt get rid of it completely this afternoon, but temps will climb into the low to mid 30s. we have more wintry mix and snow in the forecast for tomorrow. i'll have the details in a few minutes. temperatures are in the mid 20s, which is leadingto some areas of freezing drizzle... some roads arr starting to be reported as partially covered, with some frost and freezing we will keep the drizzle and fog as the east coast gets ready to do some shoveling today -- police on the west coast are trying to track dodon three inmatee who escaped from jail this weekend... officials at the orange county jail discovering the trio went missing friday night... they are a dangerous bunch- facing charges of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and torture... the sheriff's office says they cut through steel bars and
tunnels to escape. for the suspecced inmates on the run... get down to the ground from the roof and then took off into the night. the inmates cut through half inch steel bars to facilitate their escape. the information and evidence also suggests the inmates cut their way through the plumbing tunnels. and ultimately
gained access to unsecured aaea of the roof . from the rood, the inmates repelled off roof of the building behind me, down to the ground, at that point we believe they fled the area on foot. the sheriff's office says all of its resources are being used to find the inmates -- who remain on the run today... in canada... police continue to investigate the scene of a deadly school shooting -- where four people were killed and others injured on friday... officials have not given a motivation for the shooting but do have a
he's a 17-year-old boy -- who'se been c carged with foururcounts of murder and seven more counts of attempted murder... international news now: a possible discovery of debris from the missing malaysian airlines flight. officials will investigate whether a large piece of curved metal could be from missing from here's somemeimages of thht metal. matching panel numbers and hinges to the missing flight can be seen on it.. the flight was in route from malaysia to beijing when it disappeared from the radar -- 2 hundred 39 passengers and crew were on board... more countdown to caucus coverage this morning -- with the big voting day ininiowa coming up, a week from tomorrow... and with crunch time
closing in -- the des moines register announces their republican and democratic nominations for president this weekend... the paper picked hillary clinton- because they say no other candidate
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 socialrograms. they say he represents the party's bee hope... they'll both be inside state lines today -- clinton will be in marion, north liberty and the des moines area throughout the day... yesterday in clinton county -- the democratic contender spoke about health care and
student student debt that so many young iowans tell me that are chance, i will work my heart out for you and i will continue to learn from you and make sure at we move fooward together." clinton will take the stage at
middle school in marion around 1:15 p-m.. tune in to tonight's newscast for more on her appearance... rubio will be in eastern iowa throughout the day... he has two town halls -- he'll be at the best western long-branch in cedar rapids before heading up 3-80 for waterloo -- where he'll speak to a crowd at the electric park ballroom this evening... there could sooobe another third party candidate for voters to consider in this year's presidential race... 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 expected to make a decision sometime in march. a spokesperson for the former mayor dececined to comment... baba to the campaign trail -- as bernie sanders will also be in our area today... the upstart democratic candidate will make stops in decorah,
cedar falls throughout the day... sanders will also appear on this week's steele report... both the vermont senator and iowa lieutenant goernor kim reynoldd will sit dowow with ron for this week's edition of the report... as always -- you can catch the steele report coming up at 10 -- right after meet the press... and finally- here's a look at the rest of the candidates in- state today. a bit of a lighter day on tap -- but still plenty of action going on around theestate with donald trump, martin o'malley, ben carson and rick santorum all campaigning in iowa today in addition to the clinton,rubio and sanders events we told you about... log onto kwwl dot com for complete decision 20-16 coverage... ling in the mwest, we arf used to some pretty cold temps. there's no joke about it- but sometimes humor can help get us through.. and that's exactly how some people in minnesota are dealing with it. molly rosenbltt explains...
know what to think. i thought it was a person at first, but have been freezing pants and other clothing and putting them on displayy.. the theme- it was so cold during the recent below zero stretch- that minnesotans were freezing their pants off. " you know it's so creative! and it's so true! you know if you get wet at all and you're out in the cold, you know everything is frozen ..." "it started off with one northeastresident placing frozen pants across the area too fun and posting photos of their frozen clothing on social media even come with us", or "frozen bathing suits...the caption ..."dreaming of summer" while some understandably think it's a little strange.... "i just saw it on my walk with my dog, just some pants and my dog was really afraid of them so he tried to run away. st confusion, guess." other northeasters, think it's a great way to make resident) " ... oh they are so cute! they are just the best! you know
n stuff there in minnesota... elsewher in the midwestst- another piece of cold art is taking a big bite out of winter weather... check out this massive gator that is the talk of a small wisconsin town this weekend! the crew at an auto shop sculpted this creature out of snow and a bit of spray paint pictures of it. it's quite an crew made a big snow sculpture -- last year they made a car sculpture
system brings snow to the state tomorrow afternoon. i'll have more coming up. you're watching k- w-w-l. we've got you covered. "nn your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl with a mix tomorrow morning changing to snow. right now, we many areassalong with sooe freezzg drizzle putting some moisture and the wet roads out
streaming into the area. we will system to the southwest will with snow monday afternoon. the bulk of the snow will fall monday night and it will be a trace to an inch in the southern drizzle with highs in the low to mid 30s. more fog and areas of freezing drizzle tonight with lows in the mid to upper 20s and then back to the mid to ternoon with most of the snow blowing monday night into very early tuesday morning. we will have patchy fog and freezing drizzle this morning with mix tomorrow morning changing to snow. right now, we visibilties less than 2 milele in many arees along with some freezing drizzle putting some slick spots on the road. stormtrack7 live weather network shows some of that moisture and in central iowa. southerly inds will keep that moisture streaming into the area. we willkeep the clouous, although some holes will appear at times this morning. a system to the southwest will mix tonight and monday morning with snow monday afternoon. the bulk of the snow will fall monday night an it will be a couple of inches farther north. today it will be mainly fog and lows in the mid to upper 20s and then back to the mid to upper 30s tomorrow as the low tracks in. wintery mix in the morning then snow in tte afternonon with most o o the snow
with breezy conditions tracking in. that could cause some blowing monday night into very early tuesday morning. tracks in. wintery mix in the morning then snow in the afternoon with most of the snow monday evening and overnight with breezy conditions tracking have patchy fog and freezing drizzle this morning with a mix tomorrow morning changing to snow. right now, we have a lot of low level moisture leading to areas of fog with visibilties less than 2 miles in many areas along with some freezing drizzle putting some slick spots on the road. moisture and the wet roads out there. emps are in t t mid 20s in our area with some upper 20s in central iowa. southerly winds will keep that moisture streaming into the area. we will keep the clouds, although some holes will appear at times this morning. a syststm to the southwest will bring more moisture in... a light drizzle/freezing drizzle mix tonight and monday morning with snow monday afternoon. the bulk of the snow will fall half of the viewing area with a couple of inches farther north.
lolo in the mid to upper 20s and then back to the mid to morning then snow in the afternoon with most of the snow monday evening and overnight with breezy conditions tracking in. that could cause some people all across the world are appreciating the winter landscape... check this out -- hundreds of people gathered in a small swiss city this weekend for an annual hot air balloon festival. pilots and crews from 15 different countries prepared the
for take-off ththough the prrty mountain landscape... people watched as dozens of hot air balloons launched into sky... this is the city's 38th international hot air balloon festival... the national highway traffic safety administration launching a new public awareness campaign. it's called "safe cars save lives." the campaign urges people to
use an online tool to check for open recalls at least twice a year and get their vehicles fixed as soon as parts are available... "identifying defects is not enough, we have to make sure people understand how recalls and investigations work... back here in iowa... the health struggle and death of a family member inspires a young girl t take action... sam curtiss shows us why she's joining ththfight againsttancer this morning... "that she went through all talking about her aunt. using both hands to wipe tears her aunts husband and cancer.
make a difference. from sports hat to bucket hats and custom hats. wednesday was hat day at cscent park elementary becauss of her. "it really touched my heart when i heard thaa she wanted to do something for others," said melanie robinson, kellesse's teacher. so the fifth grader wrote her principal. seeking and getting approval for hat day. the only rereirement - for each one worn - students would donate a dollar for the june e. nylen cancer center.
got to donate(d)." heard, kellesse's mother. "we wanted to help. it was the best donations. which is what she stood in front of answering one last question about what the word fearles on her hat meant to her. "just because yoohave cancer, you can still do whatever you want," said kellesse heard. the family is still working on getting the donations to the cancer center this weekend... coming up on today in iowa... a viral story this week has a very fun follow up... stay tuned for that... you're watching kwwl -- we've got
morning. sticking with trying to still looking for healthy recipes and want to keep some new year''weight off, maybe you are tired of whatever you've been eating lately, steak is a great salad topper that people i think forget about a lot of times. yeah, a lot of people am goiing to run through the ingredients with you on how i cooked my stea. i did broil it,
months, and it turned out just as great. i know that can be a downfall, a lot of people don't eat as much steak in the winter time because u can't grill... is about t to pounds, iiid a pound yesterday and it took about 10 minutes total. if you start with about syx minutes per side if you are using a big two and that does not make it any tougher it is still perfect. but what you want to make sure is that this piece of meat has a nice strong grain running this way, when you slice it, you way, you are going to spend your d, which we are so lacking here have sooe green onionnand also some barley. i like adding grains to my salad, it's so much more filling and your getting fiber and whole grains from that a heartier texture. yes, great source of fiber, so just another could make that would work great toss it back to lauren.
to your dinner if you don't want just plain protein and vegetables. so sprinkle some in there, you don't have to have a lot, a little goes a long way, and i think it adds a lot to the salad. so this is just a really simple, any weight loss or new year's resolution plan. and a nice way to mix it up and try something different. and if you haven't had beef in a while because you can't get to the grill this is a good alternative. thanks so much whitney, certaiily good advice, we'll put this online, and we'll toss it back to lauren.
well -- you may remember the touching story we brought you earlier this week of a police officer who responded to a noise complaint -- by joininig the basketball game that was making all the noise... and look at this: he's back for another game... and he brought some star power this time around... the officer joins the same group of kids playing basketball yesterday -- along with n-b-a legend shaquille o'neal... there's shaq erging for some basketball action with the kids and a few more officers to play pickup this time around... coming up on today in iowa... we aren't quite done with the snow fun yet -- we'll give you a little more of one furry creature that seems to be enjoying winter more than anyone else... that -- and a final check with leen to see when we get more of the white fluff ourselves...
you seenews - or if you have pipitures or video share... you canndo that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news and today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns alalst as much wealth the bottom 90% this great country and our governmenthbelong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is e eugh."
as a little romance was professed in all of that snow in new york city... that's right -- this has gone viral...and would you look at that? i heart lauren" in new york's columbus circle... i dont think this was meant for me...but you know what? we are going to go with it ttis rning. how about that- and we'd be wrong not to show you more of this adorable site in the nation's capital... as it is doubtful that anyone loved the big east coast storm more than tian-tian the panda... this bear lives in the national zoo -- and is known to get pretty bogged down in the summer heat every year -- so the 30-plus inches offsnow was a funn
fog and drizzle today with more tonighttand tomorrow m mrning with a trace in our far southern conditions monday night could lead to blowing snow into early tuesday morning. thanks for joining us this morning. our next newscast is tonigt at 5. until then, enjoy your day. congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded