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and gas prices are at a seven year low. but will the trend continue? a live report just ahead... here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. low-level moisture continues to track through the kwwl viewing area today producing more fog along with the potential for freezing drizzle this morning, although the road reports are pretty minimal to start to the climbing already this morning. we keep the freezing drizzle this morning with rain and snow could have slippery spots into the afternoon and overnight, but the snow will taper off tonight. i'll have more details on the snow in a few minutes. government offices in our nation's captial remain closed
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postponing votes all due to the massive snow storm which hit over the weekend. details on the snow in a few minutes. government offices in our nation's captial remain closed today -- and the house is postponing votes all due to the massive snow storm which hit over the weekend. more than 200 people from dubuque were in d-c for the march for life rally friday. they got stuck in the snow for hours on their way home...but made it back safely yesterday. edward lawrence shows us how the cleanup process is going.
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clean up! cities dig out while dealing with below freezing temperatures. "the roads uh... they're ok. the main roads are great. they're open; they're flowing, and there's a lot of spots they haven't touched yet, and there's a lot of mess out there." at least 30 deaths accidents.. others came from heart attacks related to shoveling snow after it fell. several roofs also collapsed from the storm "getting back to business as usual is going to take a considerable amount of time." some neighborhoods still buried because plows can't get there yet. chris gephart can't even see out of his window. "our second floor window is completely covered in snow..." rescue crews still responding to emergencies on streets with two feet of snow. they lose minutes when every second counts. the mayor of baltimore could not give a timeline for clearing the streets. "given the condition of many of our streets i
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travel on our roads." on the eastern shore of new jersey it's flooding not snow but in d.c. residents made the best of a cold, uncomfortable situation... this is the first time the same storm has dropped more than 19 inches on washington and new york city at lawrence nbc news. the deep snow causing problems for firefighters. in virginia, crews had to dig to find a snow before they could start working on the fire. it's a reminder of why its so important to make sure hydrants in your neighborhood are clear after a snow storm no word on whether anyone was home at the time of this fire. a body shop catches fire in maryland, causing part of the building to collapse. no word if anyone was inside at the time of the fire. the cause is not yet known. a small plane lands on a highway...then takes off again. the pilot landed on a florida highway because of engine problems...but seems to quickly fix them, taking off again. three men were on board at the time.
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help as they hunt for three inmates who escaped from a maximum security jail in california. the sheriff's office says the men -- including an alleged killed -- got ahold of tools and cut through a metal screen and steel bars before getting to the roof. from there, they used sheets to get down to the ground. a search is underway...and authorities are offering 50- thousand dollars for information leading to their arrests. in northern california, a chase turns into a rescue mission. it all started as a traffic stop. authorities say two fugitives took off running into the woods. weather -- they were forced to call 9-1-1 for help. "i have never seen two people happier to go to jail. because they knew they were going to be dry and warm." a swat team found the men and took them to a waiting ambulance for treatment. americans help train iraqi security troops. iraq's prime minister has asked for more police training, particularly for those will have to secure cities after regaining control from isis militants. a u-s trainer says the big aim
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the strategic planning in the fight against isis... understand that more than one tactical movement at a time is for the islamic state group) and really have been making really very inconsistent movements." one focus for iraqi forces right now: ramadi. security forces retook the city last month and police have been helping secure the city. president obama will reportedly so- called "secret war" during the vietnam era. his aids say he's expected to announce a major initiative to laos. that's a communist nation next to vietnam. it's estimated 30- percent of the bombs dropped did not explode at the time...continuing to cause problems now. the president is expected to make the initiative official during a trip to laos this fall. we are just one week away from the first in the nation caucuses.
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candidates take the same stage in iowa. hillary clinton, martin o'malley and bernie sanders will take part in a town hall at drake university. this is the last democratic forum before the caucuses. yesterday, hillary clinton spoke to a crowd of hundreds in marion. she talked about many of her platform points including clean energy initiatives, iowa's wind industry, and job creation. she also sat down with kwwl's interview. clinton maintained she didn't emails during her time as secretary of state...though many have been deemed classified in retrospect... thats like driving down a street you follow a 35 mph speedlimit governemnt works and thats not the way our country works" recent polls show its a tight race between clinton and senator bernie sanders here in iowa. clinton says she'll be crisscrossing the state in the next week, working to gain iowa yesterday.
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he also made stops in decorah, and independence...befo re a large event in cedar falls. there -- sanders continues to push his familiar campaign points...like fighting what he calls a corrupt campaign finance system the principle of demcoracy is one person, one vote. not billionaires buying elections. sanders will be in iowa falls, ames, newton and grinnell today before the forum tonight in des moines. on the republican side, senator marcio rubio campaigning in waterloo. a key message for him: hillary clinton cannot be president of the united states, he also mentioned other presidential candidates -- like bernie sanders -- calling him a socialist. here's what he had to say about "this campaign has to be about this person who is, is someone that's going to reverse all of the damage barack obama has done to america he's confident he'll be the republican choice -- come caucus time. rubio's visit comes just off the
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the des moines register endorsing rubio and hillary clinton over the weekend. an interesting note...in the last two presidential cycles, the paper supported candidates who lost the caucuses. gas prices continue to drop... according to the lundberg study... right now gas prices are the lowest they've been in seven years. and there's a reason we're seeing these low prices. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in waterloo to explain. the average price for regular gas nationally is 1 dollar and 91 cents per gallon... according to the lundberg study. this is after a 14- cent drop over the past two weeks. prices haven't been this low since january 2009 ... and according to gas buddy..... the average price for gas in iowa is
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dollar and 88 cents. prices. according to the lundberg one is the oil prices continue we've got you covered... live in waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. looking nationally -- people in l-a are paying the most for gas, two eighty a gallon. and the lowest...tulsa, oklahoma...where they're paying one- 48. its still to cce... raise your glass to mother nature. some people find a way to enjoy the snow on their plus...a man is reunited with a piece of his childhood...decades after it was stolen! "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher
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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 by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field
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and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back. let's not overthink this. 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: light freezing drizzle will lead to areas of rain and light snow this afternoon with all snow by evening. blowing snow could be a concern
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advisory is posted for much of the viewing area including waterloo, dubuque and decorah, for the potential for hazardous driving conditions today into tonight. we will have freezing drizzle this morning with all precip becoming snow later today. we could see up to 3" in some of our northern counties with fog also a concern this morning. not much is showing up on radar, but drizzle doesn't get picked up very well due to the small size of the droplets. we have fog out there, too... visibilities will be down in some areas this morning... the most likely areas for the freezing drizzle this morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras will show some of that light fog. temps this morning are already climbing... we are in the mid 20s to around 30 with low 30s already pushing into southern parts of the state. as that warm, moist air tracks over the frozen ground, we will keep the chance of drizzle, the region. it is still off to the west, but will track through us this evening. this will change all liquid precip over to snow but should be out of here by around midnight. the snowfall forecast has the heaviest snow in the north... mainly from decorah to new hampton with around 3" possible there and ligher amounts as you head south. we will have that wintry mix this morning into the
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changes to snow by this evening. blowing snow is a concern as the winds pick up and they will stay breezy through most oothe day on tuesday, although they may die down some in the afternoon. temperatures will be cooler tuesday and wednesday than the rest of the week, but we should dry out for several days, too. have that wintry mix this morning into the afternoon before everything changes to snow by this evening. blowing snow is a concern as the winds pick up and they will stay breezy through most of the day on tuesday, although they may die down some in the afternoon. temperatures will be cooler tuesday and wednesday than the rest of the week, but we should dry out for
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with all the snow that hit washington, d-c this weekend...it could have ruined someone's trip. but these tourists at the willard hotel found a way to home some with it. they're toasting the weekend at a champagne bar...built out of snow, right there on the sidewalk. its still to come... his snowboard was stolen when he was a child. he's shocked to find it again decades later. plus -- a cop responds to a call of kids playing basketball in the street. his response surprises them. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in toddville, masonville, janesville and all of eastern
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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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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support,
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i'm hillary clinton
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time is now xxx. here's a recap of some of today's top stories. tonight, all three democratic presidential candidates will take the stage together for the final forum before the fifist in the nation iowa caucuses -- which are one wek from today. the forum is at drake university in des moines. the east coast continues to cleanup from near record snow over the weekend. government offices in d-c will remain closed today and the house already delaying votes for the week...including one to override president obama's health care veto and a winter weather advisory is in effect for much of the kwwl viewing area. this is a live look at highway 218 in waterloo freezing rain is possible this morning and by evening, we're looking at up to three inches of snow a man is reunited with a missing piece of his childhood .... decades after the heirloom was stolen from his grandparents' house
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set of circumstances that led him to this remarkable discovery. when 38 year old nate lint stepped inside this snowboard shop to kill time ... "i was blown away." amazed to find the same type of snowboard he used to ride as a kid. "i told one of the owners, i haven't seen one since mine was stolen." that's because burton only made about 600 of these boards back in 1983, just as snowboarding started to take off. "didn't think too much of it. super excited to see it. snapped a picture to send to my uncle. he happened to be up visiting." hours later his uncle spotted an unusual marking on the nose. "see there's a 69 painted on there and my uncle had painted it on there that's when lint picked up the phone and called the owners of earth and ocean boardshop. "and asked hi.. i said, where did you get that board from? it's super cool, but you're not going to believe this but that board was stolen from my the front porch." stunned ....
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apprehension." "it's basically a shaped piece of plywood." owner eric aldridge then explained how he acquired the board. "it was snowboard season 2004 and this guy comes in ... " not only comes in, but leaves the board where it sat for six years. "last winter with the 4th year of drought we were pretty financially strapped so everything was for sale. and i actually slapped a price tag on that board." 900 dollars it read. much lower than the 6-thousand one just like it is currently going for on e-bay. "he told me merry christmas and gave me my board back." a priceless gift to it's rightful owner ... "it just made my day." who now plans to mount it on the grand kids the story for years to come." its coming up... a police officer is called
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are playing basketball in the street...and ends up joining the
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storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. winter weather advisory continues through tonight for much of the evening. trace to 3" with the tuesday. we will be dry the rest for one police officer. the complaint? kids playing basketball too loudly. well, this florida officer shows up. instead of telling them to stop -- he joins the game! telling them he's glad to see them playing ball instead of -- with backup.
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historic levels of snow...we're looking into travel impacts here in eastern iowa. plus...one week away from the caucuses the candidates are working to firm up votes...as one person considers entering the race. and a celebrity announces his pledge to help people who need water...and is challenging others to join him and we're taking a live look at road conditions at the i- 80/380 interchange a winter weather advisory is in effect right now. good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven
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here now with your storm track seven forecast. low-level moisture continues to track through the kwwl viewing area today producing more fog along with the potential for freezing drizzle this morning, although the rrd reports aae pretty minimal to start to the day. temps are in the mid 20s to around 30, although they are climbing already this morning. we keep the freezing drizzle this morning with rain and snootracking in this afternoon and becoming all snow by evening. we could have slippery spots into the afternoon and overnight, but the snow will taper off tonight. i'll have more details on the snow in a
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picking up our team seven coverage...storm track seven's amanda gilbert is live in waterloo with an update on how the roads look right now. as eileen said... the big thing to watch out for this morning is freezing rain... which is predicted to later turn into snow. so be careful and cautious driving anywhere today. i'm going to step out of the way so you can see what it looks like right now.... i'm not seeing any percipitation yet at this spot in downtown waterlooo.... visibility still is pretty high... you can see the stoplights easily actually pretty warm compared to some of the cold temperatures we saw these past few weeks... but this can change... remember we are in a winter weather advisory right now. we've got you covered live in waterloo, amanda gilbert, kwwl news. at this point -- we have not heard about any late starts or early dismissals. you can find cancellation information on our website, kwwl dot com.
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seeing the effects from a weekend snow storm on the east coast. in new york city, plows are working to clean up the mess. along the jersey shore, a mix of snow and floodwaters drowned neighborhood streets. crews worked to repair downed powerlines from the heavy winds. sidewalks. goverment offices there will remain closed today. airlines announcing more flights are canceled today as the east coast continues to recover. yesterday, airports in new york city, philadelphia and baltimore service. more than 800 flights have been canceled in recent days. if you plan on traveling today, heading to the airport. here's a look at the departure board for the eastern iowa airport. no flights scheduled to the east coast...and it looks like all east. traffic is moving again on the pennsylvania turnpike...after cars and trucks of alll sizes got stuck during the heavy snow. 86-miles of roadway closed.
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many iowans -- sat in traffic, just waiting. iowans had been in washington d-c for the march for life rally friday. they ended up gting stuck on the turnpike on the way home -- for nearly 24 hours. more than 200 iowans returned home to dubuque yesterday. "we had god with us...and we were praying the whole time other, and we got to play in the snow outside, we had a snowball fight." as for turnpike -- authorities are investigating how the incident started. it's not just cars having problems in the weather. in connecticut, a train slammed into a plow that got stuck trying to cross the tracks, train service in new york and connecticut stoppes while crews cleared the scene. police say no passengers were onboard during the crash... and no crew members were hurt. even ambulances getting stuck. here's a look at arlington, virginia...where a national guard tanker had to pull an ambulance on a snowy street. a number of roofs collapsed under the snow -- including this virginia bowling alley...which has been in business for 35
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parties, families, just i mean, a lot of people have grown up in this bowling alley." no one was hurt. and it wasn't just snow causing concerns. parts of the east also getting hit with flooding due to high tides during the storm. this morning, some people in alaska are bracing for aftershock. a powerful seven-point-one magnitude earthquake destroyed four homes and knncked out power to about 48-hundred people yesterday...mostly in the anchorage area. about 30 other homes were evacuated, but no one was hurt. there have been no reports of injuries. a kwwl follow-up. police are now investigating a suspicious death as a homicide...as we learn the victim's name. des moines police responded to a home yesterday morning or a welfare check. they found 71- year-old norma jean mcneeley's body inside. officers are investigating this death as a homicide. police believe a 25-dollar gun
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behind two deaths. mississippi deputies responding to a gun shop when the owner and his son were killed. according to deputies, two customers got into a fight with over the service fee. investigators say the clerk took shelter behind the counter and 911 when her son and husband were shot and killed. i'm sure emotionally she's going through quite a bit right now," "it's a relatively quiet community, very close knit. it's just a shock" the two customers were also shot. the sheriff's office said it is not known who shot first or if the customers will be charged with a police officer is expected in court. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for edward archer. he's charged with shooting officer jesse hartnett three times earlier this month, in an attack investigators call an ambush. he reportedly did it in the name of islam. archer is being held without bond. officer hartnett survived
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seven people are recovering this morning. they went to the hospital after their flight hit turbulence. the american airlines flight from miami to italy made an emergency landing in canada. three flight attendants and four passengers were hurt. an american airlines spokesman said he didn't think any of the injuries were life threatening. packaged salads are linked to at least one death. the c-d-c says one person died in michigan and at least 12 people across six states have been hospitalized with listeria symptoms. dole salad blends packaged in ohio are being blamed. the salads were also sold under other brand names. the c-d-c says dole has stopped all production at the plant and is recalling all packaged salads made there. iowa is not listed as one of the states in the recall. we are just one week away from the first in the nation iowa caucuses. the weekend brought a sleu of notable endorsements -- and even talk of another contender entering the race. reid binion has a recap. with the iowa caucuses endorsements and confident rhetoric on both sides. the des moines register
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democrats... ...and marco rubio on anytime we can get people to ratify what our campaign is about." a day later clinton picked up another endorsement from the boston globe. conservative voice glenn beck endorsed ted cruz. meanwhile, donald trump raised eyebrows with this comment about the loyalty of his 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any businessman gave a far more cordial response to news that love to have him come in clinton, brushing off if i didn't get the nomination, he might consider it. well, i'm going to relieve him of that and ....and bernie sanders, using it to further his populist message "if donald trump became the republican candidate who's a
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bloomberg became the independent saying for a long time is that this country is moving away from democracy to oligarchy." reid binion, kwwl news. tonight, the three democratic contenders will participate in a forum at drake university in des moines. another protester escorted out of a donald trump campaign event -- this time in muscatine. when trump started talking about radical islamic terrorism, two men on the balcony held up a white banner with the words "stop hate" written on it. supporters began booing and chanting, "trump! trump!" the two men were escorted out of the building. companies working to expland high speed internet in iowa are some roadblocks. a key part of governor branstad's law -- a ten-year-property tax exemption -- is not formally in effect. the iowa department of revenue to write rules for the
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branstad's law requires companies apply the people of flint, michigan once again getting help from a celebrity. tonight show host jimmy fallon announcing he is donating 10- thousand dollars to water improvement efforts. fallon didn't stop there... he's calling for others to join him in donating. in his tweet... fallon asked "how about 10 friends match me." its coming up... this weekend we went from four teams to two...and now we know whose playing in the super bowl. highlights from the weekend games ahead. plus...a look ahead to one of iowa's biggest summer events. the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is up
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for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect.
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"you're watching kwwl, this is today in iowa." forecast on kwwl." 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: light freezing drizzle will lead to areas of rain and light snow this afternoon with all snow by evening. blowing snow could be a concern tonight. a winter weather advisory is posted for much of the viewing area including waterloo, dubuque and decorah, for the potential for hazardous driving conditions today into tonight. we will have
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becoming snow later today. we could see up to 3" in some of our northern counties with fog also a concern this morning. not much is showing up on radar, but drizzle doesn't get picked up very well due to the small size of the droplets. we have fog out there, too... visibilities will be down in some areas this morning... the most likely areas for the freezing drizzle this morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras will show some of that light fog. temps this morning are already climbing... we are in the mid 20s to around 30 with low 30s already pushing into southern parts of the state. as that warm, moist air tracks over the frozen ground, we will keep the chance of drizzle, rain and snow in the forecast until this low tracks through the region. it is still off to the west, but will track through us this evening. this will change all liquid precip over to snow but should be out of here by around midnight. the snowfall forecast has the heaviest snow in the north... mainly from decorah to new hampton with around 3" possible there and ligher amounts as you head south. we will have that wintry mix this morning into the afternoon before everything changes to snow by this evening. blowing snow is a concern as the winds pick up and they will stay breezy through most of the day on
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down some in the afternoon. temperatures will be cooler tuesday and wednesday than the rest of the week, but we should dry out for several days, too. stay breezy through most of the may die down some in be cooler tuesday and wednesday than the rest of the week, but we should dry out for several days, too. former uni panther david johnson
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bowl. first -- he and his arizona cardinals -- would have to get by carolina. and it would be a rough night cardinals. cam newton and the panthers -- were too much. carolina routs arizona 49-15. the panthers head to the super bowl now to the afc title game -- it's new england and denver. tom brady against peyton manning. denver up one in the second -- manning finds own daniels 12 yards for the touchdown.-- 14-6 -- the lead held into the 4th quarter -- pats still down 8 -- final minute -- 4th down -- brady finds rob gronkowski for the score -- the patriots just a 2 point conversion away from tying it. but they can't get it done. brady picked off in the end zone. broncos win 20, 18 and will face the
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some iowa towns are starting to think about the summer -- after spend the night in town this summer. ragbrai 44 will roll through southern iowa. cyclists start off in glenwood, then shenandoah, creston, leon, centerville, ottumwa and in the mississippi river in muscatine. its coming up... there are some changes when it comes to filing your taxes this year -- we'll tell you what you and remember when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe...
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hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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when you sit down to file your taxes this year you may find some changes from the past. and there's an important reason why you should file your taxes as soon as possible. kwwls amanda gilbert joins us
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some big changes this year... the first thiing to know for filling your 20-15 taxes is.... if you are like me and like to procrastinate doing them.... you get 4 extra days to file this year.... another big change involves the insurance. the penalty for not having health insurance this year will be either 325 dollars or two percent of your taxable income... whichever is greater. and finally... a third big taxpayers are filling electronically one tip for filing your taxes.. the sooner you do it the better... that way you can avoid identify theives. the i-r-s says crooks are stealing social security numbers and filing false claims....so they can steal peoples' refunds. we've got you covered... live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert...kwwl news. the reason the deadline was pushed back to april 18th this year is because it's a leap year the i-r-s is located. nielsen will start using
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tracks how people watch television shows. for three years, it measured the social conversation around t-v shows - but only on twitter. now, nielsen will add facebook to its social ratings - tracking discussions people have about t-v with their family and friends through posts. eventually, nielsen will also incorporate conversations from instagram. a new survey from creditcards dot com finds most people are guilty of spening a hundred bucks or more on an impulse buy. that includes 20 percent who've spent at least one- thousand dollars. who are people buying for when they're spending all this money -- themselves some eastern iowa homes are now safer, thanks to the red cross. volunteers went door to door in a few cedar rapids neighborhoods to install free smoke detectors. "it just makes me feel more secure. you know, i wouldn't want to come home and find my home burned to the ground and most volunteers said this was their first time installing smoke detectors. a university of iowa student is the
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female combat engineer. here's a look at 20-year-old megan reaska being sworn in. she originally planned on doing something medical, but there weren't any openings, so she became the first female engineer in the state instead. " i had no idea i was going to and when he told me i was like wow, it's exciting, it's very exciting but no i had no idea." she plans to continue school while serving. she says her father was the first person to encourage her to its we're wrapping up today in iowa with the forecast from storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan next. time is now xxx. here's a recap of some of who's the rebel now?
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and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. stories. tonight, all three democratic presidential candidates will take the stage together for the final forum before the first in the nation iowa caucuses -- which are one wek from today. the the east coast continues to cleanup from near record snow over the weekend. government offices in d-c will remain closed today and the house already delaying votes for the week...including one to override president obama's health care veto eileen is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast.
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continues through tonight for much of the area. fog and freezing drizzle this morning with rain/snow changing to all with breezy conditions continuing into tuesday. we will be dry the rest of the week. thanks for joining us, the today show is next and we'll be back in 25 minutes with more thanks for joining us, the today show is next and we'll be back in good morning. the dig out. tens of millions grappling the snow and ice this morning after the historic blizzard pummelled the east coast. >> getting back to business as
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