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ordinance says that's not allowed, but when that man took the city to court over, the judge they have a good chance to get that decision appealed, the council voted 3-1 (david schneider, former mayor of marquette) "in my best judgement, what we did with the council vote that night, is we opened up the flood gates to zoning issues within the city. basically, we're making an exception because someone was building a very expensive home and we were trying to appease him." six-year city council member rinda ferguson also calling it quits tonight, telling me she didn't think the council did the job they were elected to do. marquette's city manager and city attorney have already turned in their resignations--schne ider telling me that this particular issue wasn't the sole reason, but it certainly played a part. we've got you covered live here in marquette, brad hanson...kwwl news.
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schneider and ferguson about their resignations right here at ten o-clock. things are quiet right now but that could change in a weeks time. let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now who's tracking some snow. 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: temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the weekend as well. there will be a few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know now. heavy snow and strong winds are expected across iowa and much of the midwest how much and where are still unknown at this time. stay tuned for later updates as we continue to track this storm. temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the
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few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a are expected across iowa and much of the serious brain damage at the time of his death. tyler sash suffered a number of hits during his time as a hawkeye - and later as a member of the new york giants. doctors say that damage led to a condition called chronic traumatic encephalopathty or c-t-e. he died last fall... the medical examiner says he died from an accidental mixing of two very powerfull pain medications. kwwl's lauren moss learning more about the brain disease today- she joins us now live with the latest- amanda, tyler's overdose in the fall left his family and friends confused. he was a star on the field...but he shined even brighter off the field- they didn't know what happened. but tonight friends tell me they
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tests confirm he had c.t.e. teammate tanner miller..he will forever be rememberd for the man he was iowa, he was one of the first guys i met and i knew right away that we were going to have a special friendship and he took me under his wing and showed me how to conduct myself as a person." but about a year before he died- friends say he wasnt himself..he was mad, depressed and confused. a test on his brain shows he had c.t.e...a brain disease caused by concusions. former teamate derell johnson koulionous.. djk- he was such a good person..it's just not fair and as a result of a game we love so much as the reason? it's hard to weighs in on some common symptoms of c.t.e. dr. "mood changes, depression, severe depression and not being able to focus..memory problems are the main ones." and dr. shah says she's worred- she's seeing more and
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athletes having concusions. dr. "they don't want to believe that multiple concussions can cause problems but it's a proven thing we have seen so many autopsies in players. as we anything, they want people to remember his heart. tanner- "he had the biggest heart out of anyone i met and that's what i am going to keep with me forever. i just want to make sure his memory stays alive and people remember the type of person he was." dr. shah says athletes have a hard time accepting the fact that they are hurt sometimes- they want to keep going but tyler's friends say they hope people use this story for awareness- on the dangers of concussions. we've got you covered, lauren moss kwwl news. c.t.e can only be tested through examining the brain, after someone dies. on a scale from zero to four -- with four being the most severe. his doctors say sash was at stage
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a lawsuit is filed accusing two dubuque police officers of pepper- spraying several children and a pregnant woman without cause. the suit was filed tuesday and claims the officers used excessive force and unlawfully arrested two children while responding to an august incident. the accusers are seeking punitive damages and compensation for injuries. police spokesman lt. scott baxter says officials cannot comment during litigation. gun violence in cedar rapids is on the rise and the police department is making it clear -- they are not tolerating it. the department forming a new group in response, to combat the violence in the city, and specifically gun violence. the group is called the police community action team, or p-cat for short. kwwl's kristin rogers was at that news conference this morning, kristin what is this all about? it's interesting to point out the word action in that name, that's exactly what
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responding to regular calls of service instead, their sole job is going to be addressing the violence in this city. this video you see and other." is from various shooting scenes in cedar rapids within the last year, which led to this today. (cg: ron corbett/ mayor) were 100 incidents of firearms discharging in 2015, that''s slightly up from 96 in 2014, but way up from just 56 three years ago. the police department announced it's responding, by forming a new team. (cg: kristin rogers) "the group was formed in direct responce to violence increasing in the city, specifically gun violence." it's known as the police community action team or p-cat and it's made up of four veteran officers and douglas doyle, a sergeant. they've been working since january 9th and had success their very first day (cg: douglas doyle/ in charge of pcat) "ended up apprehending a subject with a gun, that was carrying a gun illegally." for some who call this city home
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community member) "born and raised, i'm a cedar rapidian, i've been here all my life." they appreciate this direct effort. (cg: rebecca grant) "i would say yes it's a good thing so far, it's yet to be seen." the team will be in uniform and highly visable, working overnight, and with flexible hours to respond in hopes of putting an end to scenes, like this one. there have already been some gun violence issues in this city so far since the new year, pcat isn't only an effort of the police department but it's been supported by the city council and city manager. we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, kristin rogers...kwwl news. pcat will be travelling to kansas city to examine a similar team there and bring back some of the tecniques that have made that program successful. a community task force made of up cedar rapids citizens has also formed to address some of the
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countdown to the iowa caucus. kwwl's jerry gallagher sat down with iowa senator charles grassley and asked him if he's ever seen a caucus quite like this one. jerry- well thank senator grassley for joining us here on campaign to any other you have the only one i should mention because i'm not sure i have have 13 in, that's probably 50 percent larger than the one similar to it. so yes, it is very, very different because of the number of people that are in that are running for the republican nomination. the iowa caucus will be held
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coming monday starting at seven pm. many gathered to hear from donald trump last night in iowa city at the university of iowa. before he gave his speech, trump brought members of the hawkeye football and wrestling team up on stage - saying "they were so nice, they endorsed trump." when the group went offstage, they presented trump with an unofficial hawkeye jersey. today ui athletic director gary barta released this statement: university of iowa student- athletics are encouraged to participate in the political process as individuals. however, like any endorsement by a student or faculty member, their participation should not be considered representative of the entire team or university. we are confident that no violations of ncaa rules and regulations have taken place. another incident took place at
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man being arrested. twenty-eight- year-old andrew alemao is charged with disorderly conduct for throwing two tomatoes at republican candidate donald trump. this happened on tuesday night at the university of iowa. it's not clear if the tomatoes actually hit anyone. officials say alemao is now released as of this morning. coming up on kwwl, a new career center is being built with the intent to improve the waterloo community. plus - the third ranked iowa hawkeyes get set for their top "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormt the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes 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 cease-fire in gaza,
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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know monday night through wednesday. the specifics on how much and where are still unknown at this time. stay
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continue to track this storm. temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the weekend as well. there will be a few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know now. heavy snow and strong winds are expected across iowa and much of the midwest monday night through wednesday. the specifics on how much and where are still unknown at this time. stay tuned for later updates as we continue to track this storm.temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the weekend as well. there will be a few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a
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winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know now. heavy snow and strong winds are expected across iowa and much of the midwest monday night through wednesday. the specifics on how much and where are still unknown at this time. stay tuned for later updates as we continue to track this storm.temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing during the day leading to some melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the weekend as well. there will be a few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know now. heavy snow and strong winds are expected across iowa and much of the midwest monday night through wednesday. the specifics on how much and where are still unknown at this time. stay tuned for later updates as we continue to track this storm.temperatures through the weekend warm above freezing
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melting snow. a mostly cloudy sky continues through the weekend as well. there will be a few hours each day with some clear sky, but clouds will be more dominate. we are tracking the chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. a winter storm is possible early next week. here is what we know now. heavy snow and strong winds are expected across iowa and much of the midwest reduce the local violent crime problem. kwwl's macleod hageman meets with law enforcement -- and joins us live in the newsroom with the details. mac? improvements to east and west high schools -- and building a new career center come with a 47-million dollar price tag. it's a lot of money -- but waterloo police say it's a small price to pay to improve the community. (nats... jail cell closes.) after the yes committe researched the best way to pay project supporter dan trelka says the income sur tax makes perfect sense. "once in a while something comes across to us as, where we
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get behind it.' this is one of center would give students the tools they need to succeed in life, and reduce the odds of ending up in the back of a police car or even jail cell." "idle time creates crime, and if less likely you're going to be engaging in violent criminal behavior." even though the waterloo crime rate is reducing -- violent crime reports are gaining momentum (nats... police car accelerates.) and chief trelka says says the career center is a step commit the crime, you need to do stop people from getting to that
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if waterloo voters move forward with the project -- it will break ground on property the district already owns near central middle school. at last check -- they hope to implement nearly 30 different programs with the new facility. we've got you covered live in voters will decide whether to move forward with the project february second -- the day after caucus. coming up... the iowa hawkeyes preparing for a huge matchup with number 8 ranked maryland well hear from the team and he maybe in his final season but kobe bryant still runs the show in la... one rookie learned the hard way
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper...
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the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. its been a good season for the state of iowa in terms of baskeball... the uni panthers though have been a model of inconsistency with big wins early in the season over north carolina and iowa state uni has struggle as of late... they have now lost 4 in a row and and 7 of there last 9... but if there was ever an opportunity to get back in the win column its tonight... uni goes to bradley a team that is 3-18 on the season so far. the braves came to uni at the end of december and got whooped by the panthers 80-44. tip off set for 8 o clock ill have highlights tonight at ten.
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hawkeyes have maybe there toughest test of the season when the go into maryland to take on the 8th ranked terripans. iowa will look to extend their conference record to 8-0, in a hostile enviorment lead by maryland guard melo trimble however the hawkeyes say you have to approach every road game "every road game in the big ten is really tough whether no to stay confident when the crowd gets into it and the building is shaking you have to keep a level head." hawks and terripans... tomorrow tip off is set for 6 o clock. and senior bowl practice has begun down in mobile alabama... its the best opportunity for college seniors to get noticed practicing against the best in the college game in front of nfl coaches and scouts. three area players are there herny kreiger-coble and austin blythe for the hakweyes and dieondre
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.senior bowl game is satruday at 1:30 and always be sure to leave a seat for kobe bryant....bryant didnt play in last nights game because of a sore shoulder he didnt have a seat so he made one telling rookie larry nance to take a seat on the floor. bryant in his final season
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you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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