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ron is off tonight. a showdown -- without a front- runner...just four days before the caucuses, seven g- o-p candidates take the debate stageen des moines tonight. donald trump skipping the fox news debate tonight... what we saw was a three-way tussle between ted cruz, marco rubio and jeb bush...they had heated rounds on immigration. although the moderators wanted to bring up trump -- those on stage want to look at the big picture. "it's not about donald trump. he's an entertaining guy. he's greatest country on earth and a president who has systematically destroyed many of the things that made america special." "well chris, i apologize to nobody for the vigorousness for which i will fight terrorism, go after isis, hunt them down wherever they are and utterly and compltely destroy isis." "we need to arm directly the kurds, embed our troops with the iraqi military, re-engage with the suni tribe leaders, get
of the military once and for all." experts say one of the strongest performers tonight: jeb bush. they say he came out the most aggressive tonight trump instead spending his time hosting a special event at drake university benefiting veteran organizations. d joining him were the last two iowa caucus winners -- rick santorum and mike huckabee. and trump claiming more cameras were at his event tn at the debate just down the street. a possible snow storm moving in for next week --let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now who's tracking 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: we have not had a lot of sunny days around here lately. that trend is going to continue as the
through the first half of next week. there aren't too many hours of sunshine expected between now and then. despite the cloud cover, our high teeperatures will be in the upper 30s and low 40s. we are tracking a chance of a light rain/snow shower sunday. we are still trackng the beginning late monday night northwest. this track would pull some warm air into eastern iowa a strong wind around this storm shifts to the northwest and caucus night weather: the snow would not start in eastern evening, travel should not be a problem. we're down to the wire. a handful of days before the iowa caucuses. the first test to decide our next
lunch rooms and libraries. right now, the candidates are organizing and hoping to catch fire at the end. voters are organizing themselves -- and some have questions about the process. kwwl's jerry gallagher with some of those answers in this caucus class. "wow!" "well, whoa! wow!" "trump, trump, trump" it's almost time for the hand shaking and speech making to end. 315 days after the first major candidate announced a run for the white house, the first official test happens monday night in iowa. "we're making a big decision." - and the democratic race is through - and for some - it starts with the rules. some people have a different description: "it's crazy the system of yours.
democrats meet in their precincts monday night. it's like a neighborhood meeting. it starts at 7 o'clock sharp so if you need to register, you have to do it beforehand. from there, they divide up into preference groups, but if one candidate fails to be considered viable, which typically means - getting 15-percent - they have to convince others to join their group or disband and align with someone else. that's a scenario that could play out - and could help swing the final the winner. using a formula that. well, we'll just say is not a simple head count. so what about the gop? it hasn't changed much over the years. check out kwwl's "republicans make caucus-going a little easier than the democrats. after signing in and finding their precinct, they waste little time getting down to business." "from here, the caucus process is a simple one. for the republicans, it's time to take a poll of
determine the winner. of course, that doesn't mean everything will run smoothly." "pray it isn't snowing like it was that one year. it was incredible." thanks to the 2012 caucuses, they also might be praying for accuracy. "we had a little problem last time around (laughs) but it all worked out in the process, but it's a fun night and an interesting night. and an educational night." so what can we expect monday night? "i'm thinking three tickets and right now, it's looking like the third ticket is the most likely the nominee." kwwl political analyst chris larimer sizes up the two republicans who've been leading the field in iowa. "i'd be very surprised if either one goes on to be the nominee." "that third ticket out of iowa could be the golden ticket." which has happened before. "winning the iowa caucus is a plus in the system, but it's not a guarantee of anything." what it can do is build - or kill momentum - for a campaign. and turnout is always a key.
140,000. "but if that gets over 150, 160,000, then that's to the benefit of trump and sanders." since the 1970s when iowa moved front and center to be first in the nation, the caucuses have helped thin the herd. there's been a lot of handwringing across the country about iowa in the front seat, but anyone who questions the legitimacy of the iowa caucuses -- consider this: in 1980, george bush surprised performance paved the way for him to become vice president under reagan. and eventually president. without his first place finish in 1980 in iowa, it's possible there would've been no bush dynasty. and also no barack obama in the white house. the illinois senator won iowa in 2008 - with a record turnout - and kept on rolling. "it's an interesting evening and there will be surprises." but from who, what. or even where?
together the puzzle iowans create every four years. we've got you covered, jerry gallagher kwwl news. need to go monday night to caucus. we've got a link on our website with information -- so you can find your precinct. new at ten -- fire crews on the scene of a fire at an abandoned lutehran church in lamont. you can see the large flames here -- crews say they are letting it burn tonight -- but not many other details at this time. we will bring those to you when they become available. one local sheriff's office is asking for your help identifying a burglary suspect. the jackson county sheriff's office posting this video late monday on their facebook page. you can see a man entering a home in bellevue--he comes out a minute later with some stolen goods under his jacket. kwwl's brad hanson has been looking into this today. and brad--it's been fairly rare to see local law enforcement
it sure is--as a tv news station, we're always looking to get our hands on surveillance video--and most often denied it. and while they don't do it for every case, the jackson county sheriff's office says this has been an incredibly valuable tool to them as they investigate. numerous complaints of a man burglarizing homes in bellevue prompted the jackson county sheriff's office to post this video onto their facebook page. taking their investigations to social media is just another tool in the arsenal. sheriff's office to use. it reaches a multitude of people and it gets the word out very quickly." thousand times, and has garnered more than 80 thousand impressions. a strategy they hope brings some of their cases to a close sooner rather than later. "it's very important to solve a case as quickly as possible and have a resolution to an unfortunate situation." (brad hanson, @bhansonkwwl) "the use of social media not only helps the sheriff's office bring more
center, it also gives some very real peace of mind to the victims of these crimes." like andy chandi, who owns the riverside gas and grill in bellevue. his store was burglarized, and the men shown in this video--which was also posted to facebook--were caught just a couple days later. (andy chandi, owner, riverside gas and grill) "i think you know, jackson county did a good job. they really helped me out and the process, they made it pretty easy and helpful." many in bellevue hoping for a similar resolution in this case. jackson county officials encourage you to call if you think you recognize the man in that video. they say they'd rather respond to one hundred false tips than see anybody else burglarized. we've got you covered live from the t-h media newsroom in
jackson county sheriff's say they've also had two calls of a man trying to burglarize garages north of bellevue, and one call of a man looking into a house late at night. they're not sure if they're related, but ask you to call if you have any information. cedar rapids police and the special response team responding to a shooting near 15th street and bever avenue. police say one person was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound -- but no word on their condition. it happened around 3:30 this afternoon and the streets were directions.. police were looking inside of this home for a suspect -- who hands up in the aiir, he along with another suspect near the home were both taken into custody. bullying - - its a huge problem today's youth. and one local center is working to help prevent it at the primary, secondary, and college levels. but - - the future of its state
kwwl's jessica hartman has the details. u-n-i's center for violence prevention - - works with universities and schools across the state. this fall we brought you the news that the center would be home to governor branstad's bully prevention program. with it - - the center which was the center's goals - - to prevent bullying and sexual assaults by at the k- 8 level - - that means creating a uniform message. "that they are hearing and seeing some similar messaging and some consistant language about respect, how we treat each other, what's a healthy dating relationship look like and what does an abusive relationship look like." and from freshman in high school to freshman in
preparing students for the dangers associated with drugs and alcohol. "they are aware of situations that might come up and how "but it is hard to reach through private grants. that is why the center requested $250,000 from the state." when governor brandstad's budget recommendations didn't dedicate money specifically for the center. that extra funding for the governor's new bully program and expansion plans became unclear. "there is a lot of support for bully prevention and violence prevention in our state. that is the easy part. the challenging part, given a finite amount of money, how do we prioritize and decide what does and doesn't get funded." the center's funding has now been lumped into the overall state funding given to the board of regeants.
million from the state - -while branstad's budget only gave them 8 million. with that big of a difference - - the center is unsure what kind of money - if any - it will receive we've got you covered live in the newsroom . . . jessica hartman kwwl news. the center's director met with legislators this week about the center's goals and says he received a positive reaction, but - - at coming up on kwwl... crews working to lift a truck dangling over a mountainside -- back onto the roadway. plus.. a college student written up and disciplined over a lamp in his dorm room. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven's chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up... "now your storm track 7
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sky remains mostly cloudy through the first half of next week. there aren't too many hours of sunshine expected between now and then. despite the cloud cover, our high rain/snow shower sunday. we are still tracking the potential for a large storm
to bring snow to the midwest. early indications show the snow beginning late monday night low tracking a little farther northwest. this track would pull some warm air into few hours lowering snow totals. a strong wind around this storm will have gusts around 45 mph tuesday and wednesday. once the low moves east of iowa, the wind shifts to the northwest and caucus night weather: the snow would not start in eastern you have any plans monday evening, travel should not be a problem.we have not had a lot of sunny days around here lately. half of next week. there aren't too many hours of sunshine expected between now and then. despite the cloud cover, our high temperatures will be in rain/snow shower sunday. we are still tracking the potential for a large storm to bring snow to the midwest. early indications show the snow latest model guidance shows the
northwest. this track would pull some warm air into eastern iowa tuesday. the totals. a strong wind around this storm will have gusts around 45 mph tuesday and wednesday. once the low moves east of iowa, the wind wednesday with highs in the teens. caucus night weather: the snow would not start in eastern you have any plans monday evening, travel should not be a problem.we have not had a lot continue as the sky remains mostly cloudy through the first half of next week. there aren't too many hours of sunshine upper 30s and low 40s. we are tracking a chance of a light potential for a large storm to bring snow to the midwest. early indications show the snow beginning late monday night through wednesday morning. the latest model guidance shows the low tracking a little will be a rain/snow mix for a few hours lowering snow totals. a strong wind around this storm will have gusts around 45 mph pulls in colder air for wednesday with highs in the teens. caucus night weather: the snow would not start in eastern iowa until late monday night...after midnight. so if you have any plans monday evening, travel should not be a problem. you're watching kwwl. we've got
gilbertville, iowa city, cedar gilbertville, iowa city, cedar here is additional forecast days around here lately. that week. there aren't too many temperatures will be in the still tracking the beginning late monday night through wednesday morning. the some warm air into eastern iowa a strong wind around this storm shifts to the northwest and night...after midnight. so if you have any plans monday that trend is going to continue temperatures will be in the upper 30s and low 40s. we are beginning late monday night northwest. this track would pull some warm air into eastern iowa a strong wind around this storm shifts to the northwest and pulls in colder air for snow would not start in eastern evening, travel should not be a as the sky remains mostly cloudy indications show the snow tuesday and wednesday. once the
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, 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 get every part of the job done.
car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in
personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
reopened after semi went off the road --hanging down a mountain-side. take a look at the truck here dangling over a
200-foot drop along the pennsylvania turnpike. witnesses forming a human chain to rescue the driver at the time of the accident over the weekend. crews using a crane today to lift the truck back onto the highway
which was hauling 37-pounds of chocolate. a college student is written up because of a lamp in his dorm room. this happening on the florda atlantic university campus. the antique lamp is made out of a recycled liquor bottle that he says he got at an arts festival with his day.
but when an r-a found it -- the student was written up for having alcohol paraphernalia. he now has to pay a 150-dollar fine, take an online alcohol education course, and do five hours of community service -- all because of a lamp. coming up next... big game for the iowa hawkeyes looking to improve to 8-0 in the big ten against a tough maryland team see how they did. and if you thought that was a good matchup its number two dike new hartford at number 4 jesup in high school hoops "now, kwwl sports, presented
looking to improve to 8-0 in the big ten. maryland hasnt lost at home 24 straight games first half
hawks down three rasheed sue-la-mahn up top to jake lehman for the alley-oop 26-21 terps later hawkeyes running the floor anthony clemens hits dom uhl in the corner... hes been red hot as of late ... hawks down 6 at the break second half adam woodbury doing work on the inside... gets the and-one he had a double-double 11 points 10 boards iowa takes the lead by one 90 seconds to play jake lehman beautiful pass inside to diamond stone for the slam iowa down 4.. seconds later terps on the move again.... jarred nickens for the layin and the terps hand the hawks there first big ten loss of the season iowa falls 74-68. and the iowa hawkeye women end a three game losing streak tonight at home against michigan 85-69. big games from forward chase coley 21 points, 10 rebounds and tania
points hawks improve to 14-7 on the year.. next up sunday matchup at northwestern. big couple days for hawkeye sports as iowa has a big matchup hosting the 23rd ranked minnesota golden gophers.. now the hawks are undefeated the gophers are just three and two in the big ten and "they may not be the best team this year but theyre gonna come them so theyre gonna be excited and ready to go but well see
how excited they are when we get them in in ring." hawks and golden gopher take to the mat tomorrow at 8 from carver hawkeye arena big matchup in high school hoops tonight number 2 in 2a dike new hartford taking on #4 in 1a jesup... how big of a game was it the student section suited up looking good fellas onto the court thats jacob sonnenberg with a three ball from the
jesup answers right back with a three ball of their own drew schmit puts j-hawks up 17- 15 wolverines big ben lat-two-sek musclin his way inside for two ties the ball game up at 19s second quarter now... thats schmitt again another corner same result... jesup up 30-22 dnh not done great take from point guard connor neuroth and one... he hit the free throw cuts it to 5 and in the end....dike goes onto win by the final of 75-63 75-63 thanks zach.
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.