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matters is the caucus vote to be counted her in des moines monday trump went to new hampshire, bragging about boycotting the iowa debate. (sot: donald trump, (r) presidential candidate :06 - :09) "getting more publicity on headlines." as rivals mocked trump, last night... (sot: sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate :11 - :13 [quick]) "he's the greatest show on (sot: donald trump, (r) presidential candidate :15 - :18) "you see the love in this supporter :21 - :30) "i think they talked about him more last night when he wasn't "you will caucus for him monday." "yes i will." trump got many more tweets. more attention... than marco rubio and ted cruz, who got hammered by rivals and earlier, lost his lead in iowa polls to trump. (sot: donald trump, (r)
:52) "and cruz is in second place. he got really pummeled last that he was born in canada." cruz today insisted he will block amnesty for undocumented immigrants (sot: sen. ted cruz, (r) presidential candidate :56 - :59) "neither donald trump or marco rubio has pledged to do that." iowa democrats lined up in des moines to see hillary clinton ... vowing to fight any replacement presidential candidate 1:07 - 1:16) "people who have health emergencies can't wait for us to ever come to pass!" that's aimed at bernie sanders...also in iowa today. he's backing a shift to a government run plan paid for by hiking taxes on the wealthy and their supporters to turnout to attend a caucus is the big challenge i'm steve handelsman,
watch for our caucus coverage on monday. we'll have a full hour of uninterupted news from six to seven... and again from ten until 11. we'll also post updates to our website throughout the night. there's more information on our website - kwwl dot com. many of you will venture out to your caucus locations in just a few days-- very contentious races on both sides of the ticket... polls arent showing a clear leader in iowa, both sanders and clinton, as well as trump and cruz have been yo-yoing in the polls the past few weeks kwwls olivia mancino speaking with people today about the caucuses..she joins us now live lifelong iowa residents know the caucuses are very unique.. and a lot more demanding than your typical primary... and not everyone can meet those
i joined some people for to see who would be caucusing.... because of the caucuses time constraints..many people i spoke to wont be able to make it monday, because of work or prior engagements. one woman i spoke to said with so much political focus on iowa, it seems ridiculous to have so many restrictions, ruling out potential caucus-goers. others i spoke to said they're going to make the time, believing this is one of the most important elections yet "i've been a lifetime democrat but i seem to go along with million to veterans, which i am a veteran" speaking of trump...he'll be hosting a rally in waterloo on caucus day. he's not the only one making pre- caucus stops in iowa, many of the candidates will be in eastern iowa from now until monday night bernie sanders will host events in waverly, iowa city and waterloo over
when and where these candidates will be... we have their full schedules on our website, kwwl dot com back to you and..if you need more information on how to caucus, we've put together a segment called "caucus class" for you, thats also on our website new at five - four people are taken to the hospital suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. la porte city police say they were called to a home in the 300 block of spruce street this morning... one person in the home was unconscious, another had a quote "altered mental state" and another felt fine at the time, but then started feeling bad. all three, including an emt who responded to the home were taken to the hospital. a lamont church is now just a pile of debris after catching fire last night.
hadn't actually been used as a church in years. it was turned into living quarters in 2010. the owners live next door -- but the fire department says it was neighbors who called to report the emergency. neighbors were also the first to "they didn''t even realize it stopped and knocked on the door and said hey, you're church next door is on fire. it was still smouldering a day departmen dousing the church with 40 thousand gallons of water -- over a four hour period. continuing coverage -- due to tuesday's snowy forecast and the monday caucus -- several black hawk county voters cast their ballots -- absentee -- for the proposed waterloo school bond. kwwl's macleod hageman visits the black hawk county courthouse -- and shares voter concerns. mac?
some voters simply say the average 55 bucks a year -- is too much. the proposed 47- million dollar project would improve existing schools and pay for a new career center on land the district already owns. even though supporters say the project wouldn't directly affect property owners -- like most bonds and levies -- voters like ralph reid say they simply can't afford it. "i believe in education. i'm a college graduate myself. i believe in serving the educational interests, but it's just that my financial situation right now procludes me from going along with any sort of increase." as a reminder -- the proposed income surtax would cost the average waterloo worker less than 55 bucks a year to pay for whereas -- people on a fixed income -- or make less money -- like ralph -- would likely pay much less. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. if you wish to vote absentee --
courthouse monday. otherwise -- you will have to vote at your polling place tuesday -- from seven in the morning -- until eight at night. coming up -- a city council woman's dog is shot twice... in the week's after the council woman receives harassing threats. and... an inmate, who made a daring escape from jail, is back in custody -- find out how he was apprehended that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full --------- --------- --------- ---------
informaanother mild day with temperatures about 5-10 degrees above normal. this is mother nature's way of clearing the "old" snow and ice to make way for some more. saturday will be a pleasant day to get outside. it will be dry with highs near 40. highs sunday will be near 40 as well, but
a few light rain showers will chance to light snow showers late in the afternoon as temperatures drop. caucus day and evening will be dry with temperatures in the mid 30s. we are still tracking a major winter storm to begin late monday night, after midnight. snow moves in from the
fall all day tuesday and then gradually taper off wednesday morning. early indications show about 1" of liquid is available to be changed to snow across iowa. there may be some adjustments in the track and available moisture as we get closer to tuesday, but at this point 6-12" of snow is likely across the kwwl viewing area. not only will there be a lot of snow, the wind will be very strong. the winds will be sustained at 20-40 mph with gusts to near 50 mph. considerable blowing and drifting snow is possible
point 6-12" of snow is likely strong. the winds will be sustained at 20-40 mph with tuesday and wednesday. city council woman's dog is shot, twice -- was the shooting malicious? then - find out how scientists are trying to fight a dangerous disease that's rapidly spreading and has a strong connection to birth defects. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in bassett, horton, eldorado and all of eastern iowa --------- ---------
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good morning, honey. mmm. honey? so sorry, mrs. parker. so sorry... find a doctor, coordinate appointments, or transfer records with bewell 24/7. one of the many services provided exclusively to wellmark members. call 844-84-bewell. trying to understand why someone would shoot their dog...not once, but twice. that dog belongs to a city official on the dyersville city council. kwwl's shirley descorbeth spoke to the family today...and has the story. thirteen year old peedee -- a rat terrier and fox terrier mix, now lives life with was shot twice last friday in front of this home on the 1200 block of fourth street southwest. peedee belongs to dyersville councilwoman theresa bockenstedt... and her husband
"started looking at it some more...and thought maybe it punctured itself, and later on that night we realized there was a second wound." when the bockenstedts took him to the vet and it was confirmed -- peedee was most likely injured by a weapon. "how somebody can discharge a weapon in the city limits and shoot a poor dog that's 13 years old, overweight and stuff, i don't understand the reasoning." "and now the family questions if this was a malicious act." "umm, i wonder...i wonder why anybody would do this to us." according to an article in the t-h media, those threats
were backlash from a request to fire the dyersville city
the shooting of peedee...are related. in dyersville shirley descorbeth kwwl news right now, the police are still investigating the incident. as for peedee, the dog...he's up and running again....but as mentioned...still has those two
bullets lodged inside of him. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... bad timing for clinton - the state department says 22 of her emails were "top secret" and... why scientists are releasing more mosquitos to help fight a disease that's transmitted by mosquitos. --------- --------- ---------
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comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk.
the state department releases another batch of hillary clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state - 22 of which wont' be released because their "top secret" now department officials are trying to determine if the information, now considered classified, was classified at the time clinton sent the emails. officials say they can't say what is in those emails, or if clinton actually sent any herself. one of three inmate who escaped a california jail last week, is now back in custody. 43-year-old bac duong was arrested in the city he escaped from. police say he flagged someone down on the street because he wanted to turn himself in. he and two other men are accused of cutting a hole in a metal grate then crawling through tunnels onto the roof -- then repelling five stories with bed sheets. fighting fire with fire. scientists are releasing more mosquitos in the air - trying to combat the spread of a dangerous mosquito borne disease.
strong connection to birth defects -- is spreading rapidly scientists in the united kingdom are releasing genetically modified male mosquitos to breed with females... their offspring will not survive - and experts say this could help eradicate the spread of the disease. dozens of demonstrators come out to support two men whose incarceration is the biggest thing on netflix. dozens came out in manitowac, wisconsin to support steven avery and his nephew brendon dassey - the two convicted of murder... whose stories are imortalized in the netflix hit "making a murderer." there's more to pluto than orignially thought -- scientists say there's more ice on it's surface... these scans show the dwarf planet -- the new map was made the images sow exposed water ice is abudant on pluto's surface. here's a live look at the waterloo skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather
auction is getting underway right now at the park place event centre in cedar falls.. money will send 12 terminally or
chronically ill children and their famileis to disnerworld in the fall. also---the boys and girls club comedy night at the isle 8 pm storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg