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storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. we still have some roads that are partially covered with snow and ice from yesterday's blowing snow. but the winds have died down now and temperatures are still in the 20s, which is perfect for the road salt to work...although temps will likely fall into the teens as clouds clear out. but more will track in later today and may bring more flurries, along with more wind. this time the wind will be from the southwest and will help get temps into the low to mid 30s this afternoon. we stay mild this week, but we do have a couple chances of more snow in the a big story this morning...
nation has lawmakers concerned.... including some here in iowa.... they are meeting today so congress can come up with a plan of action.... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom. this has been a big problem for a while. there will be a hearing today on the heroin and prescription drug abuse epidemic affecting commmunities throughout the nation.... the senate judiciary committee will be meeting...and it will be chaired by iowa senator chuck grassley. according to the centers for disease control.... the rate of deaths from drug overdose involving perscription drugs and heroin increased by 200 percent between 2000 and 2014. the goal for today's hearing is to learn more about what is being done to combat this and how congress can help. this epidemic has reached iowa.... according to the iowa department of public heath.... the number of overdose deaths more than doubled from 2005 to 2014... we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl
lawmakers say they hope today's hearing will lead to action from congress... they meet this morning at 10 in new this morning... emergency crews respond to the eastern iowa airport for a report of a suspicious substance. the initial call came in at shortly after 7 last night, according to the city of cedar rapids, it was found in a bag. crews secured the area and followed hazmat procedures. at this point, it's still not known what the substance was, but tests are being done. there is no threat to the public. a near month long occupation of federal land in oregon comes to a violent end. one man is dead after a traffic stop. several people are also behind bars this morning. there are still lots of questions about what happened that traffic stop. we hope to learn more later today. in a kwwl follow-up... investigators have a new theory on what caused a deadly railroad crash in philadelphia last may. they say the amtrak engineer was distracted by radio chatter
n-t-s-b is expected to release new details on the accident on monday. the crash killed 8 people and injured more than 200 others. a man is arrested after buying machine guns from undercover agents. they say he was planning a mass attack. a criminal complaint alleges the man toured a masonic center earlier this month with two confidential sources. the complaint released by prosecutors says he detailed plans for an attack in a meeting with them later that night. the suspect allegedly said he "that's kind of scary to say the least, really. but i hope, i'm glad that they at least got him or interrupted it so that we don't have any mass attacks." f-b-i agents had been investigating the suspect since september. at least 40 inmates break free from a jail after an explosion.
brazil. you'll see the explosion and then the inmates running and hurdling over the wall. the local newspaper says -- two inmates were killed after being shot while running away. nearly everyone was recaptured -- but one man is still on the loose. authorities are investigating what caused the explosion. police are led on a police chase across state lines. they say 28-year old michelle brandenburg of farley has been charged with eluding, along with possession of meth and cannabis. police say it happened late yesterday morning -- starting in galena, illinois...ending in this home's driveway in the 1500 block of south grandview in dubuque. she had a warrent out for her arrest. an iowa cold case may be solved. two men are now charged with felony murder by arson following a 2006 fire. two men in their twenties died in a house fire ten years ago. the cause of the fire ruled undetermined...unti l now. the wapello county sheriff says new information led to arrests in the case... "it just goes to show when people think they get away with murder, we're always there and
28-year-old christopher yenger and 27-year-old zachary dye each face two counts of first degree murder. cedar falls police arrest two people in a sting operation set up to help nab a bike theif. levi dull and melissa greenway were arrested. police say they used cameras and a bicycle with a gps receiver to catch the thieves. police say they found the bike in their truck in the walmart parking lot in cedar falls the investigation is ongoing. planned parenthood clients in one eastern iowa city - will have to go elsewhere to get health services. our coverage partners at th media say planned parenthood of the heartland is closing it's health center in dubuque... effective immediatley. patients were notified of the changes to the facility through letters from planned parenthood over the weekend. the flint water crisis continues to be a nightmare for people living in michigan. healthcare workers conducted hundreds of checks on children for lead exposure. since the state of emergency was declared in flint three weeks ago, thousands of bottles of water and water filters have been
additional free lead exposure testing dates are scheduled for the first week of february. new york state officials are set to meet to determine whether they'll temporarily turn the raging waters of niagara falls into just a trickle. at a public hearing later today, they'll talk about plans to replace the 115- year old bridges linking the mainland to islands near the brink of the falls. for those trying to quit smoking -- a new study finds multiple ways work about the same. a study from the university of wisconsin compared the effectiveness of three different treatments. the study lasted three months, and included a thousand people who wanted to give up cigarettes. a year later -- quit rates were all about the same: 1 in 5 smokers had remained smoke- free. a century-old bridge is no more... boom you saw the planned implosion there-- crews in pennsylvania exploding the steel bridge - sending it into the water below. it was destroyed because a new bridge opened right next to it.
we're following the latest developments in politics this morning: donald trump says he's skipping tomorrow's republican debate... just days before the iowa caucuses. ted cruz is challenging him to a one-on-one, and bernie sanders heads to the white house today. tracie potts has all the latest from washington this morning. fresh off two key endorsements - donald trump now says he's skipping thursday's debate because he thinks the fox moderator is unfair: "fox news, right wonderful wonderful place, fox news, its wonderful (laughs). wonderful." fox calls trump's "terrorizations" of anchor megyn kelly "near unprecendented." ted cruz - who seemed to have a lock on iowa - is challenging trump to a one-on-one. "i want you to think how you would react if you were interviewing someone for a job and they said you know what, i'm not willing to show up to the interview." "by skipping the debate, trump's being a rebel - a renegade. it's the year of the outsider so he may be okay, but the democrats are also fighting for an iowa win.
years of experience in a new ad: "i've been on the front lines of change and progress since i was your age." bernie sanders tells voters turnout will make the difference: "if we have a large voter turnout... we will win, and we white house today. the white house says that meeting was first discussed in december and there's no washington. meantime, m-s-n- b-c and the new hampshire uniion leader are partnering to host a newly-scheduled democratic debate. it's scheduled days before the new hampshire primary. the democratic national committee has yet to give its approval for the event. however, martin o'malley has already agreed and hillary clinton's campaign says she'll participate if the other candidates agree. sanders campaign hasn't said yes
work with the d-n-c and other campaigns to schedule more debates. the national mississippi river museum and aquarium uses an unconventional way to pick a caucus winner -- with their "hawkus." a red tailed hawk is presented with pictures of the republican and democratic front runners -- and the bird takes its pick. the hungry hawk leaped down picking the food near marco rubio. back in 2012, the hawk choose republican michele bachmann as the next president of the united states. this isn't the first time animals in iowa have selected the presidential candidates this year. the bulls from "the world's toughest rodeo" in des moines made their predictions earlier this month... in a not-so-sanitary way. they were guided by the call of nature... to pictures of the candidates.. donald trump was the "winner" for the republicans. the bulls were too shy to pick a democrat. snowstorms sometimes bring out the best in us.
mastre explains how one man found a resourceful way to help his community. "i was probably out here for two "i don't want kids or parents justin anderson often witnesses a completely different attitude when it snows. "i had a half-dozen people stop to take a picture because they hadn't seen a chair like this before." last year the iraq war veteran took his off- road wheelchair "i came up with the and made some modifications. "the chair has on-the-fly tilt so i can adjust the height of the more. "the community has supported me immensely with my struggles and tough times as i had a leg amputated and my fight these days. "i was just fit with this make-shift snow plow isn't about the recognition he says, but more about his duty. "it's very gratifying. it's nice to know you're appreciated. but
he says he's planning some more winter modifications to the snow plow. it's coming up on today in iowa.... neither snow nor rain can stop mail carriers...even when we're talking feet of snow. plus... a cat is freed after being stuck in a storm drain after almost a week. how officers went above and beyond the call of duty coming up. clouds and lingering flurries breezy conditions return this afternoon. i'll have details coming up. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa." "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl."
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: clouds and wind will increase again by this afternoon and we could
see more flurries. temperatures will become mild the rest of the week. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are showing a lot of improvement over yesterday, although there are still some slick spots. temps are mainly in
will drop into the teens as some clouds clear out, like they have in the western part of the state. winds are light right now, but will pick up from the southwest later today
and be fairly breezy again. the few clouds we have now will continue to track to the east, but more are already tracking through the dakotas. this is a weak disturbance tracking through that may squeeze out a brief snow shower but mainly flurries and the winds.
days... highs today will be in the 30s and 40s over the midwest with even warmer temps for thursday. today, our clouds and winds will increase by the afternoon, but temps will rise into the low to mid 30s. we only drop into the mid to upper 20s tonight as winds start to turn to the northwest for tomorrow. this will keep us from climbing too much, but we will still manage to get into the mid 30s over most of the viewing area. could see rain and snow saturday night and sunday with some snow showers on monday. a large storm system will track through tuesday and may bring snow to the area along
the roads are clearer but the snow mounds remain on the east coast... and for some people, the melting mountains can keep them from doing their jobs. but you'll still find postal workers out and about -- snow in front of the box the snow is deep and the steps aren't all shoveled. while people wait for the snow problem to go away naturally, the post office has sent out an advisory for homeowners to make a semi-circle in front of their mailboxes so the carriers can get to the box. it's coming up on today in iowa.... 5 seconds of piano playing this teen piano player has a lot plus... not even a day old and this newborn is already stopping traffic! why police were right by his side as he came into the world. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook.
and what is america's favorite comfort food? it's pizza! one of the largest running surveys about public opinion in the u-s shows 15 percent call pizza as their favorite.. chocolate and ice cream tied for second. a high school student is an internet sensation all thanks a video showing him playing the piano at a mall. 5 seconds of piano playing this video's
been liked and shared hundreds of thousands of times on facebook. and get this.....he says he has never been formally taught how to play...doesn't read music, and doesn't have a piano at home. he learned on an electronic keyboard and from watching videos on youtube. a cat caught in a storm drain
almost a week has been rescued. but
only thanks to officers who went above and beyond the call to do it... the kitty was discovered inside the drain in connecticut last thursday. animal control officers fed the cat regularly. a police officer rescued the cat yesterday after it got caught in the trap he'd set. a lost story by one of the world's most popular children's book authors has been found and will be published this year. we're talking about beatrix potter, the british writer and illustrator who created the character peter rabbit. the lost story, "the tale of kitty- in-boots," is being published more than a century after she wrote it. peter rabbit makes an appearance in the book, but he's a police officer helps deliver a baby on the side of a busy freeway. the n-y-p-d tweeted out this picture of the new new yorker. police say he was delivered near the united nations headquarters....the
here's a live look at storm do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
clouds and wind will increase today along with the chances of flurries for the afternoon. temperatures will be mild today through the weekend and we will be mainly dry. rain and snow track in saturday night and sunday with a chance of snow showers on caucus day. a large storm system is showing up on the computer models for a lot of snow somewhere in the midwest on tuesday and wednesday and may
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 by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
in iowa." this morning, a principal is being remembered as
a hero. she gave her life to save students when a bus jumped a curb. plus -- he calls it a bad deal, so donald trump is out of this week's republican debate in iowa. this morning, we have reaction. and what's going on in this building has new yorkers frustrated, but also has some hawkeye fans proud. a strange musical mystery playing out... good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and
storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. we still have some roads that are partially covered with snow and ice from yesterday's blowing snow. but the winds have died down now and temperatures are still in the 20s, which is perfect for the road salt to work...although temps will likely fall into the teens as clouds clear out. but more
will track in later today and may bring more flurries, along with more wind. this time the wind will be from the southwest and will
into the low to mid 30s this afternoon. we stay mild this week, but we do have a couple chances of more snow in the forecast. i'll have that for you in a few minutes. a developing story this morning: a standoff reaches a boiling point. one person is dead -- and several are behind bars in oregon. they took over a wildlife refuge three weeks ago. yesterday, some of the leaders were heading to a meeting when authorities say happened next. "honestly, there are things oregon protester lavoy finicum -- telling n-b-c news that he would rather die bundy and several members of the armed group occupying the malheur national wildlife refuge. officials say it started with a traffic stop, and that on facebook that finicum "had his hands up and was shot 3 times." officials.. haven't commented much beyond saying it's not clear who fired first. ryan bundy suffered minor injuries -- finicum died at the scene. he had been one of the most outspoken members of the armed group... ...that took over the refuge earlier this month to finicum. we are not going anywhere. we're here to do a job." tuesday's incident ended
three followers in federal custody on felony conspiracy charges. three other activists were arrested separately. i'm reid binion, reporting in a few hours, the f-b-i will hold a news conference -- so we hope to learn more about what happened later this morning. another developing story this morning, police want to know who fired shots at a homeless camp. two people were killed, three others wounded. it happened in seattle. police
say this was no random attack. seattle's mayor has been under pressure to deal with the homeless problem in seattle. he called tuesday night's "this is a tragedy. it involved this is not the time to go back into our individual camps, and
other." police say they're searching for two potential suspects. one suspect in a barber shop shooting is dead,
another is on the run this morning. surveillance video shows two people with guns come into the shop in south carolina. that's when two people inside -- both with concealed permits -- shot at the suspects -- hitting one of them. the suspect ran outside before collapsing -- and he later died... kids were in here. i thought that he was definitely going to my hands up. and he said get down again and smacked me in the back of my head." the other suspect escaped -- and police are now looking for that person. this morning, classes are cancelled at a school after a prinicipal was killed. she was hit by a school bus after pushing several students out of
this is what happened. a school bus suddenly jumped a curb near a school in indianapolis. susan jordan -- a principal -- pushed a number of students out of the way. but she was hit -- along with two 10- condition. principal jordan was killed. "my son has down's so she kind of connected with him and class and she was just very, very caring towards me and my family." the bus driver says she has no idea why the bus suddenly accelerated and jumped the curb. authorities say -- so far -- it doesn't look like drugs or alcohol were factors -- and the bus was just inspected last week. police found no mechanical problems at all. the mother of a five-year-old now faces charges after a deadly crash. a car crashed into a business in clermont sunday -- killing the driver, james tackett. police say he might have been drinking. a five-year-old girl was in the backseat at the time -- but she is expected to be ok. investigators say she's the daughter of tackett's girlfriend -- hilary upton. upton is now charged with child
the fayette county sheriff says the girl should have never been alone with tackett -- a convicted sex offender -- who had failed to register with the county... this week, we're learning new details about a former iowa football player who died. doctors say tyler sash had c-t-e. it's a brain disease caused by repeated trauma to the head. it's been found in dozens of former nfl players. police say tyler's mother found his body in their home in oskaloosa last fall. the state medical examiner says he died from an accidental mixing of two very powerful pain medications. doctors grade c- t-e on a scale from zero to four -- with four being the most severe. they say sash was at stage two when he died. just five days to go before iowans have their say. the candidates are very busy, but at least one could be on the sidelines tomorrow night. donald trump says he'll probably skip the debate in des moines... i love iowa, i don't think iowa's going to care." trump's in a battle with fox news -- which is hosting the
he doesn't like megyn kelly -- who is one of the moderators. instead, trump says he'll spend his time hosting an event in iowa to raise money for veterans and wounded warriors. his supporters seem to be a bit divided. "that is great. they are going to have terrible ratings. you i don't like it. i wish he would go there. i wish he would go to the debate and stick it out because there is always going to be he is not going to like, and you can't just miss things for that, but i'll wait until my decision for sure. others said the same thing. if he's elected, there will be many people he may not get along with them. senator ted cruz claims trump is scared of megyn kelly. cruz -- debate stage with the other candidates then i would like to invite donald right now to
no word yet from trump's camp about whether he would take him up on that -- and have a one- on-one debate. as trump and cruz focus on each other, the republican who's been running third in the race has a different strategy. senator marco rubio continues to focus his attention on a democrat... "i believe deeply that i am the movement, and i know that if i'm our nominee we will beat hillary clinton." rubio says he's confident he'll have a strong turnout for the caucuses on monday night. someone who dropped out of the race is now standing behind rubio. former new york governor george pataki is endorsing rubio. he says he believes rubio has the leadership, vision and intelligence for the job. the democrats have their own close race in iowa. hillary clinton campaigned in cedar falls last night. she hit on a number of issues like health care, the cost of republicans say what they usually do when their asked
go talk to a scientist. come to this university of talk to a scientist." she also talked about guns -- saying someone on the no- fly list should not be able to get a gun in the u-s. clinton is locked in a close battle with bernie sanders. the democrat was in des moines yesterday -- where he was asked absolutely no regrets at all. in fact, i would argue that the campaign, not one of personal attacks. at the same time -- he has taken swipes at her record on issues like social security -- and her vote for the war on iraq. one voter wears his support for sanders on his sleeve. actually, he wears it all over. this is one of the more unique things we've seen on the
a bernie sanders sweater. one eastern iowa school district could extend the weekend a little for students. cedar rapids is considering a schedule change for the fall. it would give students about a two-hour late start every monday -- so teachers can have more time for professional development. at a school board meeting monday night, some parents raised concerns about it. the board will take a hard look at the idea. a final decision could come next month. the iowa caucus is just a few days away... but it may be overshadowing another political battle happening right in our backyard.... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom..... she can tells us more about an ongoing battle between iowa lawmakers... it was supposed to be resolved more than a year ago... the iowa house and senate can't seem to come up with an agreement on how much funding should be given
earlier this week.... the republican led house passed a bill to increase school funding in iowa by 2 percent in 20-17..... but this likely won't pass in the democratic-led senate... "superintendents... administrators.... who have to live within the confinds of the budget that the state sets says that's not enough." a recent house democratic survey polled school administrators to hear their thoughts... many of them suggested a funding increase of at least 4 percent.. but it's unclear if lawmakers will finally come up with a compromise... and make a decision so school districts will know how much money to the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. the state senate is meeting today... they will discuss the bill the house passed on monday... the word is fight, fight, fight for iowa. but the word some people in new york want to hear is stop. they're being forced to listen to this.
that's the university of iowa fight song. for whatever reason, it plays over and over for hours inside an abandoned building in new york. it's been happening for six months. dave mckinley set out to solve the musical mystery. tim mezzer is the manager at wine on third, a from this abandoned building, where every afternoon--like clockwork ,for the past 6 months or so at 3pm "it used to go from 4 p.m. until 11 p.m., but when the clocks changed they never bothered to change their timer" the university of iowa's fight song begins to play....and play..,. and play... for seven continuous hours, "it just started one day and it hasn't stopped, and we've made a million phone calls to the police trying to get it
for a couple reasons their complaints have fallen on deaf ears "nobody's been able to do anything about it because the volume is too low for it to be a noise ordinance (violation), and it stops before 11 o'clock so it doesn't run too late." kevin robertson is the chef here at wine on third, he is also, somewhat unfortunately, a tenant in an upstairs apartment. "it's like brainwashing to me. it's the same song. 30 seconds over and over and over again," it actually affected us in the patio and hear this song played over and over and over again and they'd get annoyed reviews the song emanates from two offending speakers on a ledge near these second story what could be worse "it would be worse if it was a patriot song that would definitely be worse"
this morning: including a housing market heating up during the winter... so why now? plus -- a super generous offer by a business owner. all of his employees are going to the super bowl... and he's picking up the tab. clouds and lingering flurries breezy conditions return this afternoon. i'll have details coming up. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan.
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: clouds and wind will increase again by this afternoon and we could see more flurries. temperatures will become mild the rest of the week. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are showing a lot of improvement over yesterday, although there are
slick spots. temps are mainly in the 20s but will drop into the teens as some clouds clear out, like they have in the western part of the state. winds are light right now, but will pick up from the southwest later today and be fairly breezy again. the few clouds we have now will continue to track to the east, but more are already tracking through the dakotas. this is a weak disturbance tracking through that may squeeze out a
snow shower but mainly flurries and the winds. temperatures will be pretty mild the next few days... highs today will be in the 30s and 40s over the midwest with even warmer temps for thursday. today, our clouds and winds will increase by the afternoon, but temps will rise into the low to mid 30s. we only drop into the mid to upper 20s tonight as winds start to turn to the northwest rain and snow saturday night and it's there's no i in team, but there is an a-t-m. one n-f-l owner just pulled out a lot of cash to treat his employees in a big way.
the housing market is in a place you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in gilbertville, new vienna, buckingham and all of eastern iowa from the top down, it takes an 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...
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, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
the owner has always stressed that from the players to the front office, carolina wins as one. he also did this several years ago -- when the panthers played the patriots in the super bowl. he picked up the tab for more than 500 employees -- plus a guest -- to go to the game in houston, plus airline tickets, hotel rooms, access to team parties and a trip to nasa. this morning, gas prices in iowa are as low as 1-44. that has many drivers wondering -- if it's too good to be true. we're hearing that prices could go up -- and then peak around march -- when refineries aren't producing as much. this morning, gas-buddy says the gas is selling for a dollar-50. gas prices are low -- but home prices are heading in the opposite direction. prices rose up five and a half percent in november compared to october. the housing recovery is in full swing -- as four major cities --dallas, denver, san francisco, and portland are all back where they
decade ago. low mortgage rates and a better job market are two reasons for the improving numbers. it's you're watching today in iowa on k- w-w-l. a family is keeping an eye on its flock -- right fr 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
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay
an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. now on today in iowa...a growing epidemic. today, lawmakers meet to learn what's being done to prevent heroin and prescription drug abuse. details ahead in a live report. plus...the standoff over federal land turns deadly...as multiple protestors are arrested. and a busy freeway becomes a makeshift delivery room...when a here's a live look at our