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good evening everyone, i'm amanda goodman. and i'm ron steele. thas for joining us. a snow storm moving in next week -- lets go to sto^m track seven chief meteorologist mark schnanakenberg nn who's tracking it all. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast informa`ion from the hwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: another mild day withh temperatures about 5-10 degrees above normal. this is mother nature's way of clearing the "old" snow and qce to make way for some me. saturday w wll 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 a still tracking a major winter storm tt begin late
snow moves in from the southwest. the heaviest of the snow will fall all day tuesday there may be some adjustments in likely acroros the kwwl viewing considerable blowing and planning and investing in the future - - it is s smething many can relate to. one eastern iowa community is trying to do just that - - with plans to expand its school's facilities. kwwl's jessica hartman has the details. denver - - it is a small town with a big future.
families moving to the area and school officials say they are already pushing their limits - - when it comes to their atletic and performance facilities. the denver pridd in this that seats. it is a problem the school has had for years and it just don't have enough seating space." but fans seating is the least of the issues. - - with one high school gym and a small second m at the elementry school - - sports are fighting for gym time. amy terril "they are running in the hallways, and have to utalize any space they possibly can because there is no gym time." for the third time - - community members are hoping to chnge that - - with phase one of a 2 part joann blumenshine "doing nothing is not an option, we absolutely must do something we have more peoe coming in. we have a building that needs replaced." it is an invvtment that will benifit more than just the denver community - - expanding the
conference an other venue to host toornaments and private sports programs in the area an other option. but that all depends on the outcome of the bond vote on tuesday. jeff schumacher "nobody likes to pay more property taxes. i undeetand that. but that is the way capital projects are funded for schools and that is the hand we are delt. people before us did it for us, my generation." 3 million of the 10.3 million dollar project ill funded 4hrough private fundraising and the school's el and silo,balances. the balance will be paid for through a 2 dollar and 37 cent tax on every 1,000 dollars in property tax. we've got you covered live in the neeroom . . .jessca hartman kwwl news.
tuesday - - february 2nd. and just a reminder -- waterloo schools is having a special election for a proposed career and technical center for high school students -- so be sue to go out and vote on tuesday. election workers say 15 polling places will be open from seven in the morning -- until 8 at night. it was a busy day for democrats descending on dubuque. hillary clinton and bernie sanders both making appearances in the key cit\ today. kwwl's brad hanson taking in both events for us today. and brad, with the caucauses just three days away, what's the feeling like at these events. there's certainly a lot more electricity in the air--both in the fervor coming from the candidates, but also from the crowds, wanting to hillary cllnton nats cheering "hello!" bernie sanders nats cheering both in dubuque friday,
we wanna support bernie." (savannah frye, dubuque) "hillary really persuaded me talking about the little issues, like mental health and college and things llke that." caucaus mania even drawing in people from other states--like nicole from ohio. (nicole faulkner, ohio) "it's actually crazy, like, it's such a small town, but there's so many people out here to support them." nearly 500 o see clinton. but close to 13 hundred and waited... nats we want bernie as for the trump's muslim policy, though
there to know if they see condemned by a guy running for president who's trying to isolate them and demonize them." and sanders continues (bernie sanders) "yes, they ave unlimited amounts of money, and yes, i mean unlimited amounts of money. but we have the people, and when people stand together, we're gonna win." certainly a busy night here in dubuque--it will continue tomorrow as republican front runner donald trump will hold a rally at the dubuque regional airport. doors open for that event at eleven and kicks off at one. we've got you covered from the t-h media newsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. on the republican side -- senator marco rubio making several stops in
rubio speaking at a town hall in dubuque tonight. he says he c't wait to run against hillary clinton assuming the two win thth nomination. he also made a comment about last night's debate --saying "at least i showed up." -- regarding donald trump's decision to skip the event. senator ted cruz continuing his iowa campaign. cruz again fighting off questions about competitor donald trum at an event in fenton. cruz sayay he was honored to be at the debate last night in des moines and that every candidate owes it to the people of iowa to show up. jeb bush spending some time in the westerer part of the state. bush holding a rally in sioux city tonight. many believe he was one of the big winners in last night's debate -- coming out as aggressive as ever. meanwhile -- preps are just about done for the iowa caucuses in des moines. here's a look insiie the
we will of course have full coverage of the caucuses monday dot com. new at ten -- police are looking for a teen after she went missing earlier today. police say 14- year-old alejandra morales-mendoza was last seen early this morning in the 500 block of montero drive in waterloo. they say she was wearing dark gray sweatpants and a blue-zip up fleece with a flower designed backpack. if you have please contact police. continuing coverage -- authorities say a woman who knowlingly let her five-year-old daughtee be alone withtha sex offender turns herself in. hilary upton turning herself into the fayette county sheriff's office. she was wanted for a child endangerment charge following a deadly crash in clermont.
of that crash. authorities say the driver -- 38- year-old james tackett -- a registered sex offender -- was killed in the crash. a five-year-old girl -- who popoice y is upton's daughter -- was in the backseat at the time. she is expected to be ok. upton is now being held in the fayette county jail on two-thousand dollar bond. a vacant church is now jukt pieces of rubble after massive fire. here's a look at the fire we first showed you last night in lamont. saint peter lutheran church hasn't been used as a church since 2010 when it was turned into housing -- but nobodyywas living in it at the time. here's a look at what's left today the owners live right next door -- but was other neighbors who called fire crews to alert them. and they say the owners didn't even know it was on fire. (terry crow/lamont fire chief) "they didn''t even realize it was on fire. a neighbor, you know, stopped and nocked on the door and said hey, you're church next door is on fire.
today-- despite four fire departments dousing the church with 40 thousand gallons of water -- over a four hour period. an iowa man shot by police after allegedly robbing a hotel at webb, of cedar rapids, held up the howard johnson ii in fargo, norrh dakota. he was then shot by a responding officer and taken to a hospital befo^e being taken to jail. webb reaching a plea dealal--pleading guilty y o three covnttof robbery and weapon charges. he'll be sentneced in april. coming up on kwwl... police arrest one`of three inmates who escaped last week --but their work isn't done yet. plus.. a family suing disney land after an appart snake bite. here's a liveeook at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven's chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen.
where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. 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
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way for some more. sattrday will be near 40 as well, but a few light rain showers will chance caucus day a evening will be dry with temperatures in the mid 30s. we are still tracking snow moves in from the southwest. the heaviest of the snow will fall all day tuesday and then gradually taper off of liquid is available to be changed to snow across iowa. there may be some adjustments in at this point 6-11 of snow is likely across the kwwl viewing area. strong. the winds will be sustained at 20-40 mph with gusts to near 50 mph. considerable blowing and drifting snow is possible tutusday and weeesday.another mild day with temperatures about 5-10 degrees above normal. this is be a pleasant day to get outside. it will be dry with highs near 40. highs sunday will to light snow showers late in the afternoon as t tmperatures dropp caucus day and evening will be dry with temperatures in the mid 30s. we are still tracking a southwest. the heaviest of the snow will fall all day tuesday and then gradually taper off changed to now across iia. 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
strong. the winds will be sustained at 20-40 mph with tuesday and wednesday.another mild day with temperatures about 5-10 degrees above normal. this is mother nature's way of clearing the "cld" snow and ice to make way for some more. saturday will be near 4040as well, but a few snow showers late in the afternoon as temperatures drop. caucus day and evening will be dry with temperatures in the mid 30s. weare still tracking a snow mves in from thth southwest. t t heaviest of the snow will fall all day tuesday early indications show about 1" of liquid is available to be changed to snow across iowa. as we get closer ttuesday, but at this point 6-12" of snow is likeey 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 tuesday and wednesday. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: another mild day with temperatures about 5-10 degrees "old" snow and ice to make way highgh near 40. highgh sunday will be near 40 as well, but a few light rain showers will chance to caucus day and evening will be
30s. we are still tracking a snow moves in from m he southwest. the heaviest of the snow will fall all day tuesday and then gradually taper off of liquid is available to be changed to snow across iowa. there may be some adjustments in this point 6-12" of snow is likely across the kwwl viewing area. not only will there be a lot of sustained at 20-40 mph with gusts to near !0 mph. tuesday and wednesday.another mild day with emperatures about 5-10 degrees above normal. this is mother nature's way of clearing be a pleasant day to get 30s. we are still tracking a as we get closer to tuesday, but with highs near 40. highs sunday at this point 6-12""of snow is tuesday and wednesday. coming up on kwwl... the n-f-l releasing the number of concussions this season --and the number is
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authorities say bac duong gave himself up in santa ana earlier this afternoon. two others remain on the loose -- after they escaped from the orange county jail last week. duong was being held since december on multiple charges including attempted murder. a family ays it's suing disney's animal kingdom after they say a snake escaped and bit a boy. they say the snakeeropped from a tree in the park and bit
the boy. they say the boy's grandmother saw the incident and went into cardiac arrest -- dying shortly ter. however -- disney says the snake was wild -- and not part of their exhibits -- and that there was no call for an ambulance for the grandmother. the boy was not seriously injured in
the n-f-l rreases some staggering numbers of the number of concussions this season. 271 concussions this year -- that number up
from 206 last year -- a 32 percent inrease. the number includes all eseason and rrgular season games -- as well as practices since the start of training camp. but 234 of the 271 coming during games. it's the highest number of concussions in a season since the nfl implemented its new coming up next... the uni wrestlers looked to take down #21 central michigan in their first home meet in 2 months -- while theehawkeyes keee chasing perfection as they'd battle rival minnesota tonight in carver -- mark woodley joins us next on kwwl. the americananeople can't affofo to wait for idids that sound good on paper...
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.
tonight with number 23 minnesota coming in to carver hawkeye arena -- the hawks entered the night 7 and oh in big ten action -- tom brands has won 9 of the 13 and the hawks were well on their way in the start of this one -- 2nd ranked thomas gilman -- gets the fall on skyler petry in the 1st period -- gilman remains perfect on the season -- cory lark follows up with one of his own at 133 -- clark ranked third rolls past sam brancale with the 2nd period fall -- hawks up 12, oh after 2
matches -- 149 -- second ranked brandon sorenson gets the takedown on number 13 jake short -- sorenson would win 5, 2 -- iowa takes 8 of ten to drop minnesota 34, 6 -- panthers t home for thehefirst time in 2 months -- hosting number 21 central michigan -- after dropping the first two matches -- cooper moore gets uni going at 5 -- moore with a 9, 1 decision -- blaize cabell -- dominant at heavyweithh-- cabell ranned 16th
to a 15, 5 major decision -- 125 - 7th anked dylan peeers --
on the mat for the first time in over a month -- nearly took out brent fleetwood early -- instead gets the 8, 3 decision -- panthers -- though could only muster 3 wins tonight -- they fall 22,,1 -- high school basketball -- 3rd ranked wahlert and iowa recruit cordell pemsl visiting waterloo east -- pemslsluses the glass early on -- wahlert with a 4 point edge -- and keeping on the gas -- on the break -- that's david iwowari -- with authority -- 25-20 golden eagles upuptop -- but east would keep this one close -- ja'cee clark knocks down the trey -- cuts it to a 4 point game -- and then clark again -- another one -- cuts the lead to 1 -- but passes eric may as the school's all- time leading scorer --wahlert wins
waterloo west led dubuque hempstead by 11 at the half -- mustangs opened the second hot -- trevor sindberg with the bucket and the foul -- gets the lead down to eight -- more from hempstead -- nice ball movement leads to a connor duax lay-in -- they trailed 34-33 going to the 4th --
west high not foldin though -- demetrius caddell with the j -- wahawks back up three -- then carondis harris-anderson -- with the spin and the fade-away -- wahawks hold on to win a tight one tonight 53, 51 -- to the ice -- john deere weekend in young arena -- black hawks hosting sioux falls -- having trouble putting the puck in the net early -- nick swaney's one-time is handled at the net -- finally -- ear the end offthe period -- david cotton from a tough angle -- puts it home -- 1, nothing black hawks -- they move up a spot to 5th in the standings with a 5 to 2 win -- thanks rick.
more popular ones -- chicken wings. according to the national chicicen council -- americans will eat one-point- three billion chicken wings next weekend leading up to the big me. to put that into perspective -- the coucil says if the wings were laid end to end, they would stretch from bank of america stadium in charlotte, north carolina... tosports authority field at mihh in dev colorado... almot 53 times! storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorories for their part in
the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people.