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human trafficking is an an ongoing issue, which often fails to receive the attention it deserves. human trafficing is happeningg even here in iowa. local and federal law enforcement came together at the marion police department to bring additional awareness to this problem. kwwl's kristin rogers spoke with a human trafficking survivor, who says she was a trafficking victi and she is grateful for her rescue, istin? she told me, following her rescue, she was fortunate to be able to come home to her loving family. but, that's not always the case.... because many human trafficking victims come from broken households or out of the foster care system. she said she wanted to share her story, to help bring awareness
dern day slalaery, known as life. she tells me she was trafficking survivor) "in 2009, i was in memphis tennesee and i was trafficed to arkansas. on the way back i was arrested with my trafficker, we were pulled over for speeding, thank d and the officer recognized the signs and some do not do. in fact, as teresa davidson tells us the average life expectancy in this s rusome industry is not 20 years, not even 15, but just 7 years. (cg: teresa davidson/ president f cedar rapids gives) "it's a very rough life, they are beaten, they are starved, they have to perform a quota, they have to bring in a certain amount of money every night in order to get their meals." she also tells
(cg: kristin rogers) "as this docusment shows president obama even proclaimed january as national slavery and human trafficking month." for christi, she feels it's important to share her story, and she lights up with thankfulness....thinking about the officer who rescued mom always says she would like to find that in the paperwork and you know just contact him and let him know like because of you." christi says she was rescued because the officer recognized the warning signs, and noticg the signs is something that was alked about ttay. theiei signs we can all keep our eye out for and they include malnutrition, drug abuse, and no medical treatment among others, those will be listed on our website kwwl.com. we've got you covered, kristin rogers...kwwl news.
suspicious it's important to contact authorities, you can also contact the national human trafficing resource center, that number is also on our webiste. investigators say alcohol may have been a factor in this deadly crash. fayett county sheriff's deputies say 38-year-old james tacket crashed into this business last night... he died at the scene, a five- year-old girl in his back seat was taken to the hospital ... investigators say she was the daughter of tacket's girlfriend. today - the clermont community is coming together to help clean up the damage at resale therapy. local volunteers spent the day cleaning up and logging all of the damaged items, so consigners can get their money back. the owner says the death is tragic, but she's amazed by the community support. chris larson- resale therapy owner in the three years that i have
supportive of the business but ththy were here to help." larson says she is hopeful to reopen by the end of this week, all while the crash remains under investigation. in dubuque - this man's murder trial is getting pushed back. robert stern will go to trial for first degrr murder charges 26tt he's accused of shooting and killing his 27-year- old times in june of last year. according to court documents stern told police he was angry with her - so he shot. with just a week until the first in the nation caucuses - many candidates are making a strong, voters -- including ted cruz. the republican presidential candidate making campaign stops
eastern iowa today. kwwl's shirley descorbeth is live from manchester, where cruz st wrapped up his stop. shirley...how was it? it's empty in here now...but this room here at the fireside pub and steakhouse was filled with cruz supporters. it was anding room ooly. the texas senator spoke of his main two goals if elected president -- repeal /bamacare and push tax reform. not everyone in the room has decided who they're going to "i'd like to hear him talk abou -- i don't think whgt they say is actually what he has said."
cruz says he wants to elimate all subsidies because he wants a level playing from voters questions rangeddfrom eliminatingg the country's debt to keeping refugees out. also, common core....which he says he'd get rid of. cruz ended with his plea -- asking for everyone's support. even cracking a joke -- saying voe for him ten times...as in bring out nine other people to vote on caucus night. cruz also addressed media before the town hall. i'll tell you what he said...in we've got you covered live in manchester...shirle y descorbeth... ...kwwl news. cruz also made campaign stops today in maquoketa and independence. and juststtoday -- former texas governor today came out with his endorsment of cruz. glenn beck also endorsed cruz over the weekend. on the democratic side -- bernie
falls today... he has several campaign events in iowa through the caucuses next mondndy. many oo you will be attending your local caucuses next monday.. for some eastern iowa students.. it'll be mandatory...at least as observers.. a teacher at east buchanan high school is requiring his history students to attend the caucuses...most of them won't actually be able totake part, as they need to be 18 and registered "we need that participation from students so they can see the bigger pcture, how this affects them down the road you know" white has done this before.. he's requiring his junior students to go t tis year, he says he wants to keep the interest in politics alive so they can be ready to vote in 20-20
make go ten in a row, the hawkeye men's basketball makes a major jump in the ap poll. and... cyclo fans, who camped for dayy, can finally t into hilton - for the long-awaited match up against kansas. that's coming up in just
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snow becomes widespread this evening. snow ends by midnight with accumulations of 1-3" north of highway 20 and
less than 1" south of highway 20. use caution when traveling tonight. the winds increase from the northwest blblwing the snow around reducing visibility overnight. winds remain gusty tuesday under a cloudy sky. the clouds clear tuesday night before more moving ck in wednesday and into thursday. high temperatures reach the mid and upper 30s thursday trough saturday. a wintry mix of rain, sleet and snow transnstions to all snono this vening across eastern iowa. roads have been snow covered this afternoon. the snow becomes widespread this evening. snow ends by miminight with accumulations of 1-3" north of highway 20 and less than 1" south of highway 20. use caution when traveling
the northwest blowing the snow around reducing visibility overnight.
winds remain gusty tuesday under a cloudy sky. the clouds clear tuesday night before more moving back in wednesday and into thursday. high temperatures reach the mid and upper 30s thursday through saturday. coming up... the histoic blizzard on the east coast correlates with a unique technological spike.e.
here is additional forecast accumulations of 1-3" north of overnight. winds remain gusty tuesday under a cloudy sky. the clouds clear tuesday night before more moving back in wednesday and into thursday. high temperatures reach the mid and upper 30s thursday through saturry. a wwtry mix of rain, sleet and snow transitions to all snow this evening acrcrs eastern iowa.a. roads have been snow covered this afternoon. the snow becomes widespread this evening. snow ends by midnight with accumulations of 1-3" north of highway 20 and less than 1" south of highway
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weekend, the hawkeye basketball team jumps six spots in the latest ap poll... the hawkeyes move from ninth to third in the poll released today -- just behind oklahoma and north carolina.
the hawkeyes are on a nine game win streak - and will go for ten against number eight maryland on thursday. the iowa state cyclones move from number 19 to number 14 in the ap poll today -- tonight they're taking on number four kansas. kwwl's zach grant is down in ames for the big gamm.
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fight to distract the guards during g heir escape on friday night. one escapee was convicted of murder, another convicted of torture. some changes you'll need to be award of this year when the tax man comes calling... the deadline this year is moving -- the 15th lands on a holiday, so tax day
is april 18th. also - the penalty for not having health insurance is up to 325 dollars or two percent of taxable income - whichever is greater, so make sure you've got a 10-95 form. this historic blizzard on the east coast is bringing with it - a apps. the dating app "happn", which matches you with people who you've crossed paths with -- says their usage was way up on the east coast over the weekend. in philadelphia specifially - there was a nearly 350 percent
after taking a big hit last year - iowa's egg farms are starting to recover. the u-s department of agriculture says the population of iowa's laying hens slowly climbing - but is still down about a third from this time last year. the bird flu killed 24 million iowa laying hens las summer. farmers replenished their flocks - but it should take most of the year to reach full production again. egg production- iowa here's a live look at the waterloo skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final --------- --------- --------- the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state,
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