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watch and a blizzard watch in effect for parts of the kwwl viewing area. the areas in green could see a few hours of wind speeds of 35 miles per hour or more with range is the low amanda goodman and matt breen join us live in des moines with the very latest. amanda -- mmtt? hi mac, i'm here with matt breen with our sister station ktiv -- the media center is practically empty right now...call it the calm before the storm. earlier today i had the chance to talk to someone who has been this before. call it caucus central - the mediaaenter that will likely explode at the seams with local, network and international news outlets... several blocks awy...nbc nightly news' anchor lester holt and his team are posted up at the
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capitol (naas) right off the top, lester told me this election season has sot: lester holt "how much time do we have? donald trump...bernie sanders, a novelty candidate now is neck and neck...quite like this one." an election yar full of surprises...and the most intense that lester says has ever seee sot: holt "there have been jus a lot of moments where things are said...everything has been amplified this time around." and this time around...a first for him... sot: holt "how is it different? for you in this role...one i didn't expect to be in." and matt, i asked lester what he
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sanders sot: holt "how is it different? for you in this role...one i didn't expect to be in." and matt, i asked lester what he thinks is beind the truump and sanders surge...he told me hes talked to people from small town usa to mainstteam...and they're tired of the status quo...they want something completely different. every four years, iowa voters get first crack at presidential candidates from both parties. and, every four years, some states-- and even more members parties seem set on setting thh ne for presidential politics. their confidence is clear... "i think we've picked pretty
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democratic party chair said. ...despite past problems picking a president. "not always, but i think iowa will remain first in the nation," said mcguire. and, it's that certainty that's co-chair said. "we assembled a great staff at the iowa gop to do that." republicans don't want an open, transparent and susucessful caucus," said hoefert. and, with eleven gop president of the united states will be on the ballot in iowa monday night," said hoefert. republicans expect to break thee record d f 120,000 at the 2002 iowa "i think we'll have a very good such enthusiam and energy. i tell the story that people are surge, and share the enthusiam of the electorate. turnout will be "strong." always bringing in chairs and democratic party chair said. "they're closing the deal." one thing the gop doesn't want a repeat of 2012... when mitt night. but, when the votes were
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santorum had won actually won by that razor-thin, the party will only announce the results without declaring a "winner." thanks to party leaders claim the "they are really pushing to the one thing the gop doesn't want is a repeat of 2012... when mitt romney was announced the winner on caucus night. but, when the votes werr certified two weeks later, rick santorum had won actually won by 7 votes. so, this year, if the margin is that razor-hin, the party will only announce the results without declaring a "winner." thanks to their partnership with microsoft, and a new app for reporting precinct numbers, the sults will be certified des moines -- amanda goodman -- kwwl news. the iowa caueuses can bring surpries -- and one candidate hopes story will reeat itself
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team coverage gains momentum tonight in des moines with kwwl's jerry gallagher. jerry? you neverrnow who you're going to run into at these campaign events. we learned that onceeagain as we followed the 2008 caucus winner monday. in a packed cafe in wt des moines, mie huckabee speaks to supporters... and also to the mitchell's from chicago. "even though i'm supporting hillary clinton, it's important as americans that i hr the other siie." the mitchell's are in iowa on every four years are going to see something as magical as the presidential election." "i respect the political process huckabee -- if he's been to every single couny in iowa -- it's tiring. no one does this if they don't believe in something, if they don't believe in what they're saying." jim labriola believes in mike huckabee. "i love the realness. it just
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jim played benny on home improvement. he's a comedian -- jim labriola believee in mike ckabee. "i love the realness. it just comes through." jim played benny on home improvement. he's a comedian -- from new york -- on the road stumping for huckabee. calls him the reagan of our era -- and says he'll never forget admire thaa they can't be bought. like new york... " of course, jim was only kidding about new york. but was being honest when he called iowa the true america. all of america... in fact, the political world will be watching iowa tomorrow. we've got you covered, livv in dedemoines, jerry gallagher, kwwl news. berni sanders spoke in waterloo
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caucus. kwwl's kristin rogers reports the latest. "bernie, bernie, bernie." "hi how are ya?" excitement couldldbe seen throughout tt room. "you your decision at all?" (cg: phil sanders/ bernie supporter) "no not at all i was hoping he was a relative but i don't think we're connected in tha respect." supporter) "no not at all i was people here super enthusistic about bernie sanders but i also talked to some who the day before caucus, still aren't sure who they're gonna caucucu for." (cg: austin stirch/ first time caucus goer) "not necessarily you know i've really been leaning towards him, i like the message he's trying to send out, i like the following he's involved in politics at all so." bernrn spoke about a variety of topics to reach over. (bernie sanders/ presidencial candidate) "if we outta deal with climate change and women's rights and all of the other issues that are out there, the only way that happens iy when millionsof people stand up, come toggther,
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government starts working for (crowd cheers) sanders hoping his message brings all of his supporters to caucus for him in less than 24 hours. we've got you covered in waterloo. kristin rogers kwwl news. bernie sanders says it's improtant for voters to turn out for the upcoming g aucus. florida senator marco rubioa nortrtern iowa. more than 300 people showed their support -- while others were undecided. in the most recent des moines register poll -- senator rubio is in third place -- but was endorrd by the register as the best likely candidate among republicans. he says he doesn't get excited about polls because of the changing
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"i feel good, this has been fun, obviously in the hands of the caucus goers" senator rubio spend a lot of time focusing on religion. he says it's a strategy to help gain the evangelical vote -- taking some of those caucus-goers away from senator ted cruz and donald trump. people in the cedar valley from various faiths come together to pray before the big day. they say they hope ititwill bring attention to iowa's blessings and responsibilitites. kwwl's shirley descorbeth reports the latest. "well, here at the masjid al-noor islamic center people understanding." (nat sound) itit not a typical sight -- diminish tension and conflict and advance the common good." it's the first time an interfaith prayer is being held
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mmjid al-noor islamic centee in waterloo. organizers say it was iowans have great privilege, great responsibility. and we wanted to call attention to the need to remember all our ceremony a candle islit for common unity...and they prayed. "we stand togeththr as brothers and sssters seekingngto make a difference in this world." they also prayed for leaders to guide them on the right path. "we've got you covered in waterloo...shirley descorbeth...kwwl news." in waterloo...shirley descorbeth...kwwl news." organizers say they wanted to join totoether to give t tanks -- forr the blessings of the state. we ll also have extended
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tomorrow -- to bring you all the action. we'll have a full hour of news from six to seven -- monday night -- and again from ten til eleven. we will have e pdates on our website -- throughout the night. and we'll be right back
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(donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech) there's a big difference between making noise... (mic tap) ...and making sense. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security y rong. (elephant noise) hey candidates! enough talk. give us a plan. information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: tonight we will see variable cloudiness across the are. with the recent light rain and the caucus day looks mainly dry ith light winds and low level moisture, so areas of fog could linger throughout the
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we've been advertising for days is still,set to track in here late monday night througg wednesday, bringing a lot of wind. we are getting a better idea on the track of the system, and as of right now it looks like the southeastern third of the area could see a wintry mixx perhaps transitioning to a period of rain before switching to all snow. those areas will have 2 to 6 inches of snow. the rest of the area will be mainly snow,w,and will be in the 6 to 12 inch range. snowfall rates during the day tuesday could be 1 to 2 inches per hour. the heaviest snow will fall the farther northwest you are in e viewing area and in iowa. it's important to know that with the system two days out, any minor shift in the track of low pressure could make a differencc in snowfall totals. the winds will be very strong with this system, kicking in late tuesday morning and will be the strongest tuesday afternoon and night. gusts could be as high as 45 mph. blizzard watches and winter
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already posted for most of the kwwl viewing area for tuesday ann tuesday night. tonight we will see variable cloudiness across the area. with the recent light rain and the melting snow, areas offog are possible. lows tonight will droro into the 20s. caucus day looks mainly dry with light winds and low level moisture, so areas of fog could linger throughout theheday. the large winter storm we've been advertising for days is still set to track in here late monday night through wednesday, bringing a lot of wind. we are getting a better idea on the track of the system, and as of right now it looks like the southetern third of the area ould see a wintry mix, perhaps transitioning to a period of rain before switching to all snow. those areas will have 2 to 6 inches of snow. the rest of th area wilil be mainly snow, and will be in the 6 to 12 inch
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the day tuesday could be 1 to 2 inches per hour. the heaviest snow willfall the farthh northwest you are in the viewing area and in iowa. it's important to know that with the system two days out, any minor shift in the track of low preeure could makak a difference in snowfall totals. the winds will be very strong with this system, kicking in late tuesday morning and will be the strongest tuesday afternoon and night. gusts could be as high as 45 mph. blizzard watches and winter storm watches are already posted for most of the kwwl viewing area for tuusday and tuesday night. the large winter storm we've been advertising for days is still set to track in here late monday night through wednesday, bringing a lot of wind. we are getting a better idea on the track of the system, and as of right now it looks like the southeastern third of the area could see a
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transitioning to a period of rain before switching to all snow. those areas will have 2 to 6 inches of snow. the rest of thi area will be
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mcdonald's all day breakfast menu. yeah! itit time to start breakakg some rules. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be su that evebody 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 chanceto live up to
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i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, d i have always proved this message.e. trump leading their respective parties -- a narrow marrn -- and experts say they're surprised in more ways than one. kwwl's amanda goodman catches up with lester holt of nbc nightly news in des moines -- where he's keeping a ccse eye on all candidates. amanda? all right -- thank you amanda. we'll be keeping a close eye on
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races -- right here on kwwl. and we'll be riggt back. "now, kwwl sports, presented hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together
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i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america ll come to look k r america all come to look for america
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purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows." tuesday, february 2nd, waterloo voters have a cnce to do just thth by voting yeyeto the referendum creating a new career and technical education center and making much needed improvements to east and west high schools. in today's global economy, the y to the futurur is education. in waterloo, the proposal before
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facility which will teach more tha 30 career programs including automotive, robotics, welding, animal science, ininrmation technololgy, computer aided draft & design, marketing, nursing, digital media and culinary arts - just to name a few. the career and technical ucation centee would be the 2nd such education facility in the state of iowa. it will be fianced through a 4% surtax on individual state income tax - not property taxes. the average citizen will pay between $40-$60 annually. 82% of the school districts in iowa have such a surtax in place for the purpose of keeping their of today's economy. this investment speaks to he future of waterloo's youth and
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careers in the cedar valley and the state of iowa. thth measure hell them and helps our local economic development, assuring a vibrant cedar valley economy well into the future. hawkeye community college, the university of northern iowa, the greater cedar valley alliance and chamber, the waterloo cedar falls courier, allen and covenant hospitals and kwwl all strongly support this proposal. they do this because they understand the critical importance of preparing the next generation for the competitive economy tey will face upon graduationon they do this because of the need for our kids to remain in the cedar valley - rather than leaving the area or sttte for the carrer opportunities they seek. we face a significant shortage of skilled workers locally and in iowa. it is the major economic issue
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by passing this referendum, waterloo public schools will take a huge leap forward in their ability to prepare our young people for the future and provve for the development of our workforce. the career and technical education center graduates will have a smooth transition to either hawkeye communitt college or uni - therrby allowing students a seamless transition towards degrees. we believe this initiative will also improve high school graduation rates in waterlooo kwwl strongly supports this proposal and urges waterloo voters to say "yes" - for the kids - on february 2nd. comments orrcontrary vieww to this station editorial can be sent to: jmckernan@kwwl.co m the hawkeyes were back at home
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-- looking to b do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they havto pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets papa the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton d i approve this message. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy.
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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. whe 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 litime of labor, there is time foforest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know wewean create that america 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.
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iowa came in as a 10 point favorite -- and jared uhtoff came in on a tear -- back to back trips down the and at one point scored 10 straight for iowa -- cappeddff by the putback slam -- jared uhtoff 23 points in the game -- -- from the arc -- helped iowa to a 16 jok with just 4 in thhfirst half -- poured it on in the second -- three straight treys -- poured in 22 -- jok on fire -- the result -- it was never in doubt -- iowa rolls past
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uni hosting southern illinois -- panthers looking to string together a pair of conference wins -- but they'd play from behind much of the first -- siu's anthony beane makes it a 5 point game early -- panthers stlrm back -- though -- bennett koch wakes up the e mc-leod center with the hammer -- minutes later -- wes washpun finds klint carlson -- 2 more high precentage points for uni -- panthers down 3 -- but not after this -- matt bohannon from the corner -- drdrps one home -- ties it at 25 panthers rally from a 10 point deficit for a 67 to 58 win -- panther wrestlers looking to go one and one on the weekend hostitig ohioio-- dylln peters -- hihi first weekend back in a couple months after an injury -- looked great today -- gets the
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the rebl world. the grandmother r o 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.
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