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stormtrack 7 weather team: showing the light rain showers falling to the north of highway light rain just west of mason city, and again in western little light rain, but mainly mostly cloudy. into tomorrow, we will continue with the be a little light snow or freezing rain with the system, light amounts expected. temperatures are above freezing right now. here are a our attention is focused on the major winter storm for early next week. a few changes in the forecast you can see on your screen. a mix a lot of wind likely out of this snow. all the details in just a few minutes. with two days left until the iowa caucus -- the latest des moines register poll has donald trump and hillary clinton leading their respective parties. the democratic race is close -- with secretary clinton leading senator sanders by three points. experts say that's within the poll's margin of error. meanwhile -- on the republican
donald trump and hillary clinton leading their respective parties. the democratic race is close -- with senator sanders by three points. experts say that's within the poll's margin of error. meanwhile -- on the republican side -- donald trump is five points ahead of senator ted cruz. marco rubio is third -- at 15 points behind trump. the poll was done among likely caucus voters from both political parties. the entire state is seeing a fair share of presidential candidates -- making their final pitches. donald trump rounds out his stops in eastern iowa today -- by rallying support at the dubuque regional airport. supporters say it started an hour late -- but the crowd didn't seem to mind. trump made a big appearance from his private jet. once the rally started -- a small group of protesters interrupted. here's how he responded. "if we spoke to them for a few possibility. cause you really out, get them outta there." the group was escorted out --
soon after -- trump talked continued with his campaign. in the end -- kids were invited to tour the private jet. hillary clinton was joined on the campaign trail by husband bill cinton and daughter chelsea -- at the washington high school in cedar rapids. a large crowd welcomed their arrival. bill and chelsea took the stage first -- and chelsea mentioned her children's future. she said her mom would be the best presidential candidate -- to ensure all children have a bright future. moments later -- hillary took the stage with husband bill. (bill clinton/ former president) "we have an maker she is the best i've ever (hillary clinton) "thank you!" hillary covered a series of
showing up to caucus on monday. she also discussed the importance of clean energy, women's rights, and education. senator bernie sanders also makes a few stops arournd the state today -- for a final push before caucus night. here's what he had to say. "and here's what i believe, to if there is a large voter turnout. we will lose the caucus on monday night if there is a low voter turnout." some stops senator sanders
waverly, and charles city governor jeb bush stops in dubuque today. he held a town hall meeting at the american legion post six -- speaking to a crowd of veterans. the re governor -- saying e can lead "yes, i will have your back i military, that is exactly what we need." it was a busy day for governor bush. tomorrow -- he will be in cedar supporters tonight -- speaking on many issues -- inclueing the current government-- her fellow candidates -- and exactly what she would do as president. after talking for nearly 40 minutes -- fiorina took questions from the crowd. she encouraged supportes not to settle for any other candidate -- and to caucus for her. "i think we are being told to nation with now record numbers of men who are out of work."
someone who knows how to create and save jobs. chris christie also stopped by the cedar valley today. he made a stop in waterloo speaking nearly a hundred people. he discussed a few points from his 12 point plan -- to save the country one trillion dollars during the next ten years. he also discussed why his time as a governor gives him a competitive advantage. (chris christie/republican presidential candidate) "i'm the only one who's operated in a minute of every day to get anything that i wanted done, done." christie says he is the only candidate who truly has a plan to run the country. he says he learned to stand up for principle -- and get things done at the same time as governor of new jersey. rand paul was the final republican candidate to come
after several stops through the state -- his last stop was at the university of northern iowa. paul was introduced by his wife kelly -- and then discussed his stances on big government, the criminal justice system, and ( rand paul/republican presidential candidate) "you rights come from somewhere, that won't let any government take my rights away." paul also encouraged supporters not to be afraid of terrorisim. as president -- he says americans wouldn't have to give up their libterty to defend themselves. going into the caucus -- you can check out kwwl political analyst chris larimer's latest blog on kwwl dot com. he shares a few of his expecations going into monday night. you can find it by visiting our website -- and then clicking on blogs. coming up on kwwl you're an undecided voter -- we've got the solution for you.
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. 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 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.
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 your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." 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: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back and good saturday evening i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. threat tracker is in the green over the next 48 hours. we are tracking the chance for a little bit of light rain later tonight,
few snowflakes could be mixed in the the light rain tomorrow morning, but we will see scattered rain showers throughout the day, then a front moves in and cools temperatures for the afternoon. monday will be partly to mostly cloudy. here's the storm track 7 live weather network showing a mostly cloudy sky with scattered rain. again, most of us will stay dry overnight. if any precipitation does fall, it will be in the form of rain as temperatures are expected to remain above freezing most o the night. here are the current temperatures across eastern iowa. storm track 7 live doppler radar showing a some light rain along and north of highway 20. here's a look at the areas getting affected by the rain right now. this is all part of a system in colorado that will track to the east and north east, leaving the
nothing widespread. let's track it all out with future track. starting early this evening there will be a couple scattered light rain showers to the north, and that's mainly where it will stay throughout the night, otherwise a mostly cloudy sky. we will continue with the scattered rain showers throughout tomorrow morning. there may be a chance for a little mix with snow or light freezing rain early when temperatures are below freezing. but those temperatures quickly warm above freezing by the afternoon. then as we go throughout the afternoon we will mainly have a mostly cloudy sky before a little bit of brief clearing tomorrow night. there may be a little bit of fog, but we will mainly have increasing clouds into the day on monday. this is all ahead of the major winter storm that we have been tracking for several days now. there have been a few tweaks to the forecast.
are still talking about several inches of snow across the area. however, there is a northwest trend in the guidance, which means warmer air may be added to the system across the southeastern third of the viewing area. there could be a period of rain, mixed with sleet or snow, or a before we all switch to snow in the afternoon. the heaviest snow will be across the northwest. no matter what, it is going to be very windy with wind gusts up to 50 mph possible, creating hazardous driving conditions. here's a look at a couple of computer models that we use, showing where the heaviest snow will fall. right now this particular model, we will call it model one has a spread of one to twelve inches of snow across the state of iowa. you can see the break down here. another model we use is coming in a little bit weaker, but still dumps the heaviest snow in parts of central
couple other models have come in with differing solution today, so it is very important to keep up with the always changing forecast. why? because down to caucus night in hours now, no longer in days. and the biggest unknown will tell us everything about what happens in this race: first time caucus goers. how many voters are gonna show up. it's the key to bernie sanders
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black hawks hit the ice -- looking for a weekend sweep of sioux falls -- while the iowa state cyclones set their sights on their 3rd top five victory in less than two weeks -- mark woodley joins us next. there are many sides to basketball star an fashion icon russell westbrook. and with coverage in the middle of anywhere from u.s. cellular, he can find some new ones. like, farmer. russell's brussels. russell speaking.
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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,
i'm hillary clinton, -- the cyclones already took down number one oklahoma and number four kansas -- today -- they'd look to get one on the road -- taking on 5th ranked texas a & m -- down 6 late in the first -- but morris with the teardrop -- cyclones within 4 -- then at the end of the half -- deonte burton -- one of his best games of the year -- slams it home -- iowa state ties it at 30 at the break -- rattles the rim one more time -- 11
and he could dish it as well -- nice pass to jameel mc-kay for the slam -- cyclones by 3 -- under 10 minutes to go -- but it fell apart down the stretch -- danuel house from beyond the arc -- 20 for house -- aggies up one and house pretty much ends it right here -- cyclones don't get it done this time -- falling to the 5th ranked aggies 72 to 62 -- great one between kentucky and kansas tonight -- jayhawks down two in the final minute -- wayne selden's 3 briefly gave them a one point lead -- it would be tied in the final seconds -- frank mason the third nearly puts it away from half court -- instead we went to overtime -- and in the o-t -- selden helps put it away -- that's going on the highlight reel -- kansas drops the wildcats in overtime 90 to 84 -- uni track -- hosting the 5-team mark messersmith invite today -- and the panther men -- looking good -- double win for brandon carnes taking both the 60 meters and the 2-
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shawn koch finished third in the long jump -- prior to taking honors in the triple jump -- going 48 feet, 7 inches -- while dylan eigenberger came from behind to win the 8-hundred -- panthers won 7 events and easily out-packed second place indiana state in the team race -- uni with some good success on the women's side as well -- a pair of wins for jamie lindstrom in the shot put and the weight throw -- paige knodle -- meanwhile -- turned in another great preformance winning the 60 meter hurdles -- teamwise -- uni took second behind indiana state -- waterloo black
hawks going after the weekend sweep of sioux falls in a somewhat physical battle tonight -- black hawks would have to come from behind -- first period -- no score -- but lean bergmann puts one home for the stampede -- waterloo down 1, nothing -- but they would respond in kind -- nick swaney -- the long wrister -- puts it in -- top shelf -- black hawks take it to the second tied at one apiece -- and they'd add more in the second -- brandon schultz sneaks it under the
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sole possession of 4th win a 4, 1 win -- to the mat -- the northeast iowa conference tournament -- the oldest in the state of iowa -- waverly- shell rock's 11 straight titles -- but new hampton was extremely strong in the lower weights -- in the 113 final -- that's sophomore noah fye -- picking up a second period pin on wsr's derick wyatt -- moving to 126 -- crestwood's ryan steffen getting things going against nate lasher of charles city -- steffen with the takedown as he'd hold on for a 4-2 win and a conference title -- to 132 -- keaton geerts of new hampton -- ranked number one in class 2-a -- showing why against waverly- shell rock's austin yant -- geerts would win by fall -- but team-wise -- waverly shell rock did crown 3 champs and already had the meet won prior to the finals even being contested -- that's 12 straight for the go-hawks -- new hampton finished in the runner up spot --
politics-- an unusual creature found itself in a strange place in southern california. his sea lion climbed 145 stairs up a tunnel from the cave below into a store. workers say they were getting ready to close the register when the sea lion waddled through the front door. they say they chased it around for a while... eventually using some salmon to lure it back down the tunnel to its home. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. after tomorrow's light rain, monday will be partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 30s. then we track the major winter storm. more information at kwwl dot com on the main page. thanks for joining us for the