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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. kids having some fun in it...sledding down hills. along the jersey shore, a mix of snow and floodwaters drowned neighborhrhod streets. rews rked to repair downed powerlines from the heavy winds. and in d-c...people working to clear sidewalks. goverment offices there are still closed today. 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 virginii bowling alley...which s been in business for 35 "this is my life. i've been parties, families, just i mean, a lot of people have grown up in
no one was hurt. and it wasn't jvst snow causing concerns. parts of the east also g gtting hit with flooding because of high tides during the storm. as you might imagine -- all of this causing issues with air travel-- airlines announcing more flights are canceled today as the east coast continueeto recover. yesterday, airports in new york city, philadelphia and baltimore were open but with limited service. more than 800 flights have been canceled in recent days. if you plala on traveling today, new at noon: one man is dead after losing control of his car and crashing into a store. it happened last night n clermont. the fayette county sheriff's department says james tackett was driving with a 5- year-old passenger in the back seat-- when he lost control of the vehicle and crashee into the building. investigators say tackett died at the scene. the 5-year-old was taken to the hospital.
been a factor in the crash. we will continue to follow this story and havevemore at 5 and 6. meanwhile: investigators are trying to figure out the cause of a house fire. fire crews were called to the 5 hundred block of boston avenue around 8 this morning. no serious injuries have been reported. in iowa city-- a man is arrested after police say he was involved in a fight earlier this month-- where baseball bats, a shovel and a child's b bg wheel were used. police say on january 15th -- and strikig another man while his sister and others damaged the man's car with a baseball bat and broken shovel. hariston's mother was also seen throwing a child's big wheel at the man her son was attacking. chchges. police are now investigating a suspicious death as a homicide...as we learn the victim's name. des moines police responded to a home yesterdamorning for a welfaae check. they found norma mcneeley's body she was 71. officers are investigating this
authorities are pleading for help as they hunt for three inmates who escaped from a maximum security jail in california. the sheriff's office says the men -- includi an alleged killed -- got ahold of tools and cut through a metal screen and steee barr before getting to the roof. from 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. but because of the frigid weather -- they were forced to cacal 9-1-1 for help... "i have never seen two people dry and warm." a swat team found the men and took them to a waiting ambulance for treatment. we are just one week away from the first in the nation caucuses. tonight, all three democratic candidates takehe same stage in iowa. hillary clintonon martin o'mallly anddbernie sanders will take part in a town
this is the last democratic forum before the caucuses. yesterday, hhllary clinton spoke to a crowd ofofhundreds 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 olivia mancino for a one- on-one interview. didn't send or receive classified 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 speeeelimit 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 support. bernie sanders also stopping in eastern iowa yesterday. you see himin fayette here. he alsomade stops in ecorah, and independence...befo re a largrg event in ceddr falls.
push his familiar campaign points...like fighting what he the principle of demcoracy is one person, one vote. not billionaires buyii 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 from him: hillary clinton cannot be esident 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 the days ahead -- heading into caucus night... "this campaign has to be about 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 heels of a major endorsement. the des moines register
clinton over the weekend. an interesting note...in the last two presidential cycles, the paper supported candidates who lost the caucuses. the carolina panthers are heading to the super bowl... so naturally, their fans are falling head over heels for them. after this touchdown on an interception -one fan's jubilation turned to instant regret. watch carefully as the player celebrates by high five-ing fans along the endzone wall. a man trying to join in on the celebration falls over the wall and onto the field. the linebacker, being the gentllman he is, tries to give the fan a hand back up. the good news - it looks like the only poor guy's ego. is anyone e lse thinkinggabout summer??well now you will- because the official route for ragbrai 44 has been announced. it goes through southern iowa- first stop is glenwood, then leon, centerville, ottumwa and washington. and the ride will then end in muscatine. coming up... what a mar hotel corporation s doing to cater to younger
we'll be right back with your storm track seven forecast. temperatures are warming up and we are starting to see some precip showing up on radar. more tracks in this afternoon and "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and
meteorologist eileen loan. this is the kwwl news at noon" "now your storm track 7 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: we will see patchy stuff becoming more widespread snow this afternoon and evening. we may start with some patchy freezing drizzle
but it all turns to snow by evening. blowing snow could be a concern tonight. a winter weather advisory is being chipped away, but we are still covered in decorah, waverly and waterloo. clouds are thickening up and a few areas of snow are starting to reported on the roads this afternoon... stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show some haziness with the clouds thickening up. temperatures are warming up... already into the mid 30s in the east and south.... colder to the west as that warm,
moist air tracks over the frozen ground, we will keep the chance of drizzle, rain and snoo in th forecast until this low tracks through the this evening. this wilil change all iquid 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 conceras the winds pick up and they will stay breezy ttough most of the day on tuesday, although they may die down some in the afternoon. temperatures will be cooler tuesday and wednesday than the
dry out for several days, too. a weather satellite capturedd this view of the big blizzard that hit the northeast this weekend. a nearly full moon lit the clouds from above in these satellite images... while they were lit from below by city lights along the east coast. those lights are blurred i places by loud cover. there's no way you can stay angry after popping a roll of bubble wrap, right?" captured this view of the big blizzard th hit the norttast this
those lights are blurred in places by cloud cover. there's no way you can stay angry after popping a roll of bble wrapp right?" it's bubble wrap appreciation day! and did you know.....bubble wrap was originally designed to be a plastic wallpaper? the product was of course... not a success. and that's probably best, because people would totally be poppin your walls. coming up.... some touristsre finding a new wawa to enjoy the now -- by raising a glass and saying cheers! and one panda is becoming an internet sensation after having a blast in the snow you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in coralville, dike, waverly and all of eastern iowa
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now check this out: this furry animal is becoming an internet super star-- after this video was posted of him having a blast in the snow at the smithsonian's national zoo. and -- this video was then posted by a maryland man -- who was trying#to one up the celebrity panda. this man dressed in a panda suit -- and he challenged the giant bear to a snow battle. once the snow clears -- the man says he
hopes to wear his panda suit and travel to washington -- to see the famous bear. coming up.... how recent menu changes4at the golden arches has customers and investors lovin' it. and, a hotel chain is trying something new to appeal to younger clients this is kwwl-- we'll be right back. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to
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same-store sales by more than five percent. mcdonald's is crediting its all day breakfast for the better-than expected revenue and earnings report. it's the second consecutive quarter that mcdonalds has seen domestic same- store sales growth... but it's not growing only in theu-s. mcdonald's also saw that same five- percent rise worldwide. hilton is opening a new line of hotels aimed at younger clients. the hotel chain will debut "tru" hotels at the end of the yr. the "tru" brand is intended to appeal to millennials looking for modern design, public spaces to work and socialize and the latest in technology. along with complimentary breakfast, tru hotels will offer beer and wine, along with ping pong and foosball tables. daily rates will vary by location, but will range from $90-to $100 per night. a new survey from creditcards dot
on spening a hundred bucks or more on an impulse buy. that includes 20 percent who've spent at least one- thousand dollars. who o re people buying for when they're spending all this money -- themselves coming up on kwwl, the miter food test itchen.... we're spicing it up today... howie has a few spice blends that'll make your taste buds very happy.
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seasoning, but we feel our homemade tuscan spice blend, which is simply a combo of stuff you probably have right at home, is perfect whether yo sprinkle it on chicken or fish. if you're a lover of big bold flavors then you're going to love our blackened seasoning. it's packed with flavor, but it's not "burn-your- mouth" hot. if you're feeling like you want to escape to the tropics right caribbean spice blend. the nice thing about this is it's good on them in a bit of butter. either way, the taste of the islands comes out ii every bite..i do hope you'll go online and get the recipe for our, "caribbean shrimp," along with all of our other
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hosstal details coming up plus, a celebrity announces his pledge to help people who need water...and he's challenging others to join in! and red cross is lending a hand to make homes safer in eastern iowa to prevent house fires welcome back to the news at noon.. m ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan now for your first forecast.
getting eaten away, but the counties lefefare the ones that will get a couple of inches of snow later this afternoon and evening. the clouds are getting thicker and there are some returns showing up on radar, but roads are still reported good in our area. temps are slowly climbing and have gotten into the low to mid 30s in the east and south. we will have the snow taking over the viewing area this afafernoon, although the warmerr counties may start as rain. we have cooler temps in store for tomorrow. i'll have more in a few minutes. start to dig out today after getting pounded by a massive blizzard. at least 30 deaths are being blamed on this weekend's storm, and many schools and government offices are still closed today. edward lawrence reports for us today... i 'm calling this the big dig capital here we are dealing with
still emergency equipment has to get to it so in some cases they are digging through 24 inches of snow to get because of this storm, many in traffic accidents other folks were killed when they were shoveling
snow and had heart maryland says we are in recovery shore with lots of water. homes. but as the water is that we have got 19 inches of snow in washington and new york2 city at the same time. reporting from washington dc, edward lawrence
traffic is moving again on the pennsylvania turnpike...after cars and trucks of all sizes got stuck during the heavy snow. 86-miles of roadway closed. hundreds of people -- including many iowans -- sat in traffc, just waiting. iowans had been in washington d-c for the march for life rally friday. they ended up getting 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 through." "friendship...we had each other, and we got to play in the snow outside, we had a snowball fight." as for tt turnpike -- authorities are investigating how the incident started. seven people are recovering this afternoon--
their flight hit turbulence. the american@airlines flight from miami to italy made an emergency landing in canada. three fllht attendants and four passengers were hurt. an american airlines spokesman says he didn't think any of the injuries were life threatening. people in a small wisconsin town were shocked to learn about the shooting death of a 5-year-old boy. it happened over the weekend outside a grocery store. police say the victim was riding in the car with his father when another driver pulled up beside them and started shootinn. the boy's father was not injured. at this point -- police say they don't have a description of the people involved. lice believe a 25-dollar gun store service fee is the reason behind two deaths. mississippi deputies responding to a gun shop when the owner and his son were kill. according to depues, two custstmers got into aaight with a clerk over the service fee. investigators say the clerk took shelter behind the counter and called 911 when her son and husband "she was unharmed physically. i'm sue emotionally she's going through quite a bit right now," "it's a relatively quiet
just a shock" the two customers were also shot. the sheriff's office says they don't know who shot first or if 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. ...the presidential priiry campaign isseeing key saturday endorsed hillary clinton for the democrats... ...and marco rubio on the republican side. "well we're pleased obviously, anytime we can get people to picked up another endorsement glenn beck endorsed ted cruz. meanwhile, donald trump raised eyebrows with this comment about the loyalty of his supporters. "did you ever see that? where okay? it's like incredible." the billionaire
bloomberg is considering an independent white house bid. i'd love to have him come in cause i love the competition any notion that she would feel threatened by a bloomberg run. "the way i read what he said is, if i didn't get the nomination, get the nomination so he doesn't have to." ....and bernie sanders, using it to further his populist message "if dold trump became the republican candiate who's a multibillionaire and michael bloomberg became the indedeendent candidate who'ssa multibillionaire and it will democracy to oligarchy." reid binion, kwwl news. tonight, the three democratic contenders will take part in a forum at drake university in des moines.
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 hite 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. the people of flint, michigan once again getting help from a celebrity. tonight show host jimmy fallon announcing he's donating 10- thousand dollars to water improvement efforts. fallon didn't
stop there... he's calling for others to also donate. in his tweet... fallon asked "how about 10 friends match me." someeeastern iowa h hmes are now safer, thanks to the red cross. volunteers went from 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 voluteers said this was their first time installing smoke detectors.
today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign dors 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 enough."
"now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weattr information.n. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: we will see patchy stuff becoming more widespread snow this afternoon and evening. we may start with some patchy freezing drizzle and even some rain in the south, but it all turns to snow byevening. blowing snow could be a concern tonight. a
we are still covered in decorah, waverly and waterloo. clouds are thickening up and a few areas of snow are starting to show up on radar. no major problems being reported on the roads this afternoon... stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show some haziness with the clouds thickening up. temperatures are warming up... alreadad into the mid 30s in the east and south.... colder to the west as that warm, moist air tracks over thfrozen 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
liquid precip over to snow but should be out of here by around midnight. the snowfall forecast has the heaviest snow in the possible there and ligher amounts as you head south. we before everything changes to snow by this evening. blowing snow is a concern as the winds die down some in the afternoon. temperures will be cooler tuesday and wenesday than the rest of the week, but we should dry out for several days, too. coming up ... we'll meet these two little cuties! these kitties are in need of a 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,
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 electctns. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street.
join the fight to take back our government. wpr is in need of foster homes to help rescue over 60 cats in two situations we are helping with where families are losing their cats. if you are interested in temporarily fostering, please email waverlypetrescue@mchs i.com to adopt, online applications are available on our website at www.wpr.petfinder.com . you must be pre- approved to adopt or visit a pet in a foster home. wpr r ill be at petsmart in waterloo on saturday, jan. 30th from 10:00 am - 7:00 pm with many of these rescued cats in hopes of
adopted or to find foster homes for them! stop out at petsmart in waterloo to meet them in perssn! wpr was contacted by a family in dire need of help in rehoming the 46 cats they were caring for on their rural property in grundy county, iowa near new hartford. originally they were idoor/outdoor cats and when the weather turned bitterly y ld, they brought them all inside. it is at that time when they started writing down allof the names o the cats they realized how many they actually had. (when we arrived to assess the situation, we were really surprised they knew each one by their coat color and unbelievably each one hadbeen given a name!) theyare
home and can not take them with them, so they're desperate for help. wpr volunteer were amazed hey all aapeared healthy & of good weight, showed no signs of visible illness or parasites, and were friendly! unfortunately, not a single one had ever been seen by a vet, which is how 1 female kitten from 2012 turne into this many catt in the home in the past couple of years... even more amazing was that there weren't more cats needing rescued!! so a plan was made to try to contact other rescues to see if they could assist us in this
huge undertaking of finding new hohos for these beautiful kitties! by putting out the word we needed help, wpr was fortunate enough to
rapids, paws in charles city and patriots for pets in mason city offer to take some into heir rescues! twenty c cs were pullededon 1/1//16 and 16 of them made the trip to iowa humane alliance in cr to
be spayed/neutered, tested for felk/fiv, and given their first vaccinations. every cat pulled has tested negative for feline leukemia and fiv! 15 cats went to i'm moving to a place where i can get internet from centurylink. if i get the three year price lock, am i stuck with the three year contract? no. thth just means the price won't change. for three years. that way the price is locked, you're not. you can just hang out and be free. lock in your monthly price for 3 years without a contract when you bundle
feeding empty bellies --but her drive to stop hunger extends well beyond the walls of her business. after hours, she drives through poor neighborhoods to help feed the hungry. word got out... and she got some generosity in return. shannon wolfson reports. (nats) "i go through the neighborhood "free food. we got free food!" lola stephens-bell has been delivering free meals to struggling families for more than 30 years. nats - come get free food! when a car and a van truckk, that what iithought i searching, lola finally found a mini-bus on craigslist. but when word spread "oh my god look". (claps) tyson foods donated a warmers, and just about everything#lola needs to to make her job easier. a gift those who east austin resident) and everybody doesn't just mean her neighborhood. (sot: lola stephens, owner, nubian queen) "and we're touching every person that we can in every
people the world a president has to grapple with, sometis you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a ase-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to g every part of the job done.
blizzard on the east coast. but check this out... this swimmer dives ight into the snow off the ledge of her deck! she is definitely a dare devil! here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security 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 s surity 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.