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now with your storm track seven forecast. temperatures are in the single digits either side of zero this morning, but the wind chills are running at -15 in some areas. the winds have died down, but they are still from the northwest at 5 to 10 mph. we have clear skies now, too, but some clouds will track into the western counties today and may bring a few snow showers... most of the activity looks like it will stay away from us, but we will have a kind of split viewing area with clouds and sun... sun to the east and some clouds with snow showers to the west. highs will only be in the teens at best today. we stay cold this week with a few chances of light snow and flurries. i'll have that forecast for you in a
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our top story this morning... a change could soon be coming to iowa that would give more rights to felons. right now felons are not allowed to vote... but the iowa supreme court may soon relax or change that. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live this morning with reaction -- and this idea is getting a lot of reaction. some closure may soon be coming.... for a long time theres been confusion on which of iowa's thousands of former offenders are eligible to vote... right now the only way felons can vote is if their rights are restored by the governor... several civil rights groups are speaking out... saying the court should change this.. and restore felon's voting rights before the 20-16 presidential election.... iowa is one of three state with lifetime voting bans for felons. some iowans say there doesnt
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to be any change with the law because voting rights are restored to former felons after they prove to the governor they have changed... others disagree... they say right now this ii disproportionately affecting the state's black population... and it is making it hard for former felons to get back to a normal life. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. the court could make a decision on this as early as this summer... before the november elections. decision 2016 -- donald trump and bernie sanders are the clear winners of the new hampshire primary. trump winning some 35-percent of the vote, nearly double the amount of any other candidate. this comes after his second place finish in iowa. according to the nbc news exit poll, trump won nearly every voting block in new hampshire... "i am going to be the greatest jobs president that god ever
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trump's win was expected -- the real competition in new hampshrie was for second place. ohio governor john kasich beating out iowa winner ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio -- a huge step forward for kasich's campaign... "we will move through south midwest and you just wait, let me tell you there's so much gonna happen and if you don't have a seat belt go get one" for the democrats -- bernie sanders easily takes home the victory, receiving about sixty percent of the vote. hillary clinton didn't wait long to congratulate sanders, calling shortly after the polls closed. "we harnessed the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november!" the next caucus for democrats is in nevada on february 20th... followed by south carolina's primary on the 27th. south carolina is next for republicans.
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after her car collided with a school bus. this happened in pennsylvania. the bus was carrying more than 30 students at the time. two of them had to be taken to a hospital - their injuries were not life-threatening. police are still investigating exactly what happened-- but take a listen to how one witness described it... "the bus never stopped. it was flying through the intersection going to happen." three other people in that car were injured. one of them seriously. in a kwwl follow-up... we're learning what caused a killed a principal. a newly report says the bus driver got out her seat after loading her students and did not set the parking brake... causing the bus to move forward onto the sidewalk. the principal sacrificed her life of the way. no charges have been filed. an elderly man is recovering after he spent at least four days trapped in his outdoor vending stand -- with no
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officers say he somehow locked himself inside while he was selling newspapers. he was trapped until someone heard him monday afternoon and called police. he survived unseasonably high temperatures in l-a over the weekend... "he was completely weak, he as dehydrated, he was just having hard time breathing." the man went to the hospital after his rescue. bowe bergdahl is officially on hold. a judge is waiting for an appeals court to make a decision about whether classified evidence should be shared with bergdahl's defense team. bergdahl is accused of desertion, after his capture outside a u-s military base in afghanistan in 2009. today, house democrats in washington d-c will hold a hearing on the ongoing water crisis in flint. the city's mayor will testify. kim hutcherson tells us criminal charges could be filed. "all lead pipes in the city of weaver did not mince words as plan. it's an estimated $55 million dollar project to remove on wednesday, governor rick snyder will ask
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an additional $195 million dollars to deal with the problem -- but he hasn't thrown his support behind pipe replacement yet. he'll only commit to reviewing the proposal, according to a spokesman, who said experts recommended that pipes be coated with a chemical to prevent corrosion before determining which lines should be replaced. snyder said he isn't necessarily opposed to weaver's plan "it's more a question of let's can't wait for that. we don't trust that. and we deserve new pipes. meanwhile, the team investigating the crisis for michigan's attorney general says that criminal charges could death that may have happened to some young person or older person because of this poisoning
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kim hutcherson, kwwl news. the governor declined an invitation to testify in washington today. the city of ferguson, missouri appears to be headed for a legal battle with the federal government. the justice department said last night it would take action against the city. that happened after the city voted to amend an agreement with the government, to reform ferguson police and municipal courts. "i think the things that we of the decree is very much intact." the department of justice said the vote "creates an unecessary delay". the justice department investigated ferguson police after the deadly shooting michael brown two years ago. the number of americans who do not have medical insurance has
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a new report says more than 7 million fewer people were without insurance in the first 9 months of last year compared with 2014. states showing the biggest declines -- arizona, california, colorado, and florida. walgreens will begin selling a medication used to reverse heroin overdoses -- without the need for a prescription. the stores will also install kiosks where people can safely get rid of their unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs. the company says stores in 35 states and washington d-c will offer the over-the-counter medication. iowa is not one of those states. tonight, the eastern iowa heroin initiative is hosting a town hall at the cedar rapids public library. the goal is to get a conversation going about trends concerning the heroin epidemic. doors open at 6:30, and it starts at 7. an update now on the fire we covered all yesterday morning on today in iowa. everyone was able to get out of the western avenue duplex safely. the real problem for firefighters....the cold.
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ladders. eventually -- the red cross came by to bring them coffee and water... "well you first think about the weather for hours, trying to get this fire knocked down" it's still unclear what caused this fire. in des moines -- two deadly fires. in one case, the victim's name has not been released. this home was burning when firefighters got there and they're still investigating the cause. in the other fire -- investigators believe the man deliberately set his home on fire. police responded to a home for a disturbance, saw flames, and tried to get the man to come outside. neil johnston pulled a gun on officers and then died in the fire. investigators aren't sure why he started the fire. continuing coverage -- two young children are out of the hospital after a fire destroys their mobile home.
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a mobile park on union road in cedar falls. firefighters rescued a five- boy and their mother. kwwl's lauren moss spoke with the kids and has our story this morning. 5 year old avery and into daily life..laughing and dream... the two and their mother were rescued by firefighters- he kicked the door down after a fire trapped them inside their home- you can see from this there was no where to go with no smoke. but avery says she knew alarm? just walked to the hotness of the fire." and it worked, avery and mason are doing very well..their mother is expected to be okay as well but their home is
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rubble and ash... "i don't want to move..." but family says the most important thing is that they are all here today.. "it's amazing to see these heroes among us everyday." and avery thinks it's pretty amazing too showing her own way of thanking them...one card at a time. i must be lucky.. we've got you covered, lauren moss kwwl news. the cedar falls fire department is accepting donations to help the family. there's also a go-fund me page...for more info, head to our website kwwl.com a florida k9 injured in the line of duty last year is being
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heart and the medal of valor. officer "endo" has recovered from being shot last november and was honored for his work protecting his handler and other deputies. it's coming up on today in iowa.... sears is speeding up efforts to close 50 stores across the country... including some in iowa. plus... who says you need a professional camera to record this. this was shot using an iphone and a tether. snow will track through western iowa today and up. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan.
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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: snow showers could track into our western counties today and over the entire area thursday night and friday, but we will all be cold all three days. wind chills are currently running around -15 in some areas this morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are looking good... and not shaking as the winds have finally died down. but, as we saw earlier, it is cold.
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the single digits either side of zero, although it is warmer to the west... the difference is that they are under a blanket of clouds and we have clear skies. winds are much lighter today... snow is coming from.... it will be mainly to the west, but may get close enough to throw a few snow showers into our western counties of the viewing area. the front wont' move very much, for the next few days. that boundary will keep us on the cold side with the warmer side showing some nice
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west and sunshine in the east.. lows tonight will drop back to single digits either side of zero and wind chills could be around -10. we will have thursday night through friday as temps stay cold. the coldest day will be saturday as at least a couple of inches possible in many areas. temps will warm up, though, for the beginning of next week. you know we're all looking for ways to better our smartphone photography game... and this guy has definitely done it! check out this man's signature slo-motion swirl shot. he did this with an i-phone, a tether, and lots of practice. it took him years to perfect this move. it's coming up on today
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you know we're all looking for ways to better our smartphone photography game... and this guy has definitely done it! check out this man's signature slo-motion swirl shot. he did this with an i-phone, a tether, and lots of practice. it took him years to perfect this move. it's coming up on today in iowa.... red lobster is crazy in love with a pop star after she referenced the restaurant in her song and boosted their sales. plus... just in case you don't want to buy your lover an actual box of chocolate, starbucks is offering a chocolate treat to gift your sweetheart instead. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you
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subprime auto loans are on thepayments that are not behind made on time. the percentage of auto loans to buyers with the poorest credit ratings is growing faster than the rest of the auto finance market. experian says more than 20- percent of open auto loans are now held by those with subprime and deep subprime credit ratings. experian also found an increase in auto loans at least 60 days delinquent. the number of job openings in the u-s is near a record high. the labor department says there were five- point-six million unfilled jobs in december. that's just shy of the all-time record
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struggling retail giant sears is moving quickly to close some of its stores. sears says it plans to close at least 50 of what it calls its most "unprofitable" stores, sooner than it thought. stores in davenport and ottumwa are on that list. the retailer originally planned to shut the stores over the next few months. but poor holiday sales have sears speeding up its timeline. red lobster claims beyonc's new song caused a spike in sales. red lobster says sales were up 33- percent on sunday, compared to last year. a day earlier, beyonc released her new song, "formation," where a lyric references the restaurant. it may just be a massive coincidence, but red lobster is giving all the credit to beyonc. for all you starbucks lovers - especially those who love chocolate... starbucks is announcing three new chocolate drinks for valentines day. all this week until february 14th, you can get... the molten chocolate latte... the molten chocolate frappuccino...
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denver honored its broncos with a victory parade. the team marked a historic day in denver history... bringing back the trophy from super bowl 50. tens of thousands of fans lined the parade route to see the players, coaches and the trophy. it's the first super bowl win for the franchise since they won back-to- back titles in 1998 and 1999. it's coming up on today in iowa.... it's known as the most expensive coin in the world dating back to the 17- hundreds. and now it's touring museums
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collectors of all ages. this is the 1794 'flowing hair' silver dollar. it is now the most expensive coin in the world. the last time the coin was actually sold was january 20-13 for over ten- million dollars. storm track seven meteorologist
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with another check of your storm track seven forecast. not as windy, but it stays cold today with a few snow showers in the west. highs will stay in the teens through friday with even colder readings on saturday. a few snow showers will track through
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in iowa." a week after the iowa caucuses -- two new winners in new hampshire. plus -- a big showing for a republican who did so poorly in iowa -- he finished behind someone who has since dropped out. plus - intense video shows an officer rush in to save a woman -- trapped in a burning car. and this is one assignment students never thought they would have to do... but they loved every minute of it.
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i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. temperatures are in the single digits either side of zero this morning, but the wind chills are running at -15 in some areas. the winds have died down, but they are still from the northwest at 5 to 10 mph. we have clear skies now, too, but some clouds will track into showers... most of the activity looks like it will stay away from us, but we will
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split viewing area with clouds and sun... sun to the east and some clouds with snow showers to the west. highs will only be in the teens at best today. we stay cold this week have that forecast for you in a we begin with the new hampshire primary -- and decisive victories on both sides. donald trump and bernie sanders rolled to victories. but as is the case in iowa, in new hampshire -- it isn't only about who finishes first. tracie potts tells us who else has momentum as the race for the you." more than a third of brand of politics... which he says will work.. anywhere: "we are going now to south beat cruz, rubio and bush in a four-way battle for second place. he credits a positive message: "tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning!" hillary clinton suffered a huge, though not unexpected, defeat. no comeback this time.
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sanders by double digits.. but insists it's not over: "we're gong to fight for every vote in every state" sanders heads to harlem, new york this morning to pick up key african-american endorsements that could help him compete against clinton in south carolina. "they're throwing everything at me except the kitchen sink, and massive turnout... lines around the block and in one case parties. while we await the official numbers, it looks like turnout here was on track to set a record. i'm tracie potts in
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so kasich finishes second in new hampshire. he spent much more time there than in iowa -- where he finished eighth -- even behind rand paul -- who has since dropped out. the race to the white house moves on now to south carolina and nevada. technology has investigators stumped. they're trying to get into a cell phone one of the shooters used in san bernardino -- and they can't. 14 people were shot to death in december. this week, the f- b-i director "it is a big problem for law enforcement armed with a search probable cause to open it. as i said, it affects our counter-terrorism work. san bernardino, very important investigation to us, we still have one of those killers' phones that we have not been able to open. it's been over two months now, we're still working on it." getting at that information in the phone -- could give them an idea
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and why they attacked. here's the problem -- cell phone companies commonly use encryption to protect customer data. if a phone is secured with a password, it's hard to get into now to a breakthrough in an old murder investigation. a 56-year-old case. a former priest was arrested in phoenix. he's accused of murdering a woman in 1960. the woman -- a teacher and former beauty queen - was 25 at the time. police say she went to a church in texas for confession on the night she was murdered. the priest heard her confession - and police believe he was the last person to see her. he says he's innocent. an officer might have been doing his job... but still -- he's being called a hero this morning. dashcam video shows a missouri state highway patrol officer pull a woman from a burning car. to help. the woman was seriously hurt... this morning we don't know how she's doing beyond that. police say the crash was caused
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that driver was later arrested. a man has to be taken off a flight -- and the airline is calling it a customer service issue. the disruption was enough of a problem -- the flight -- which to land in denver. the other passengers cheered when the man was removed. here's one way to get busted. a man is accused of stealing money from a photo booth in illinois. but the camera was taking pictures as he took the money. police are now asking the public to help identify him. another eastern iowa county has to deal with an insect that kills ash trees. the emerald ash borer has been found in trees on the university of iowa campus. the university says there are 560 ash trees on campus. with johnson county added to the list, there are now 30 iowa counties where the pest has been found. in the iowa legislature... today... some eastern iowa students will be traveling to des moines to talk about education in iowa. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom with more details. these students will be speaking with state legislatures...
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they are from jefferson... kennedy.... washington... and metro high schools. they'll be talking about a long-time debate... the democratic- controlled state senate and the republican- majority state house have not been able to agree on how much funding iowa schools districts should get. the senate wants a 4 percent increase in funding... but the it will be interesting today to hear what students have to say about this funding disagreement between house and senate. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. last night the students prepared for today by meeting with district leaders for a question and educational leadership and support center. also in the iowa legislature -- there's a bill that would keep out of tanning beds. a house subcommittee approved a bill that would ban anyone under the age of 17 from tanning. the state senate passed a similar bill last year, but would ban anyone under the age of 18. in dubuque, a tanning salon owner wants lawmakers to
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"i do have some kids that recommend it for them." right now, iowa is one of eight states that does not regulate indoor tanning for minors. some iowa lawmakers are working to make it easier for people to marijuana. right now, the law lets patients cannabis oil -- but it's relatively difficult to get for those who need it. a new bill would expand the types of the need for speed -- also something lawmakers are debating. whether to raise the speed limit on some rural roads. a three-person subcommittee approved two bills this week. one bill would increase the speed limit from 55 mph to 60. another would bump it up to 65 mph. eastern iowa high school students get a special visit from the governor. the students in waterloo west's culinary program showed off their skills for governor branstad. the class is part of the district's career and technical education program - which was hoping to expand with last
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that failed. teachers and students talked to the governor about the impact the program has on them. "just having the opportunity to them pretend that they are in and a part of the industry, and then meeting those industry partners is big." governor branstad talked about the importance of programs like this one... because skilled workers are needed in iowa now... and into the future. the governor is also hearing from a former governor... about a hot topic. chet culver hosted town hall meetings -- including this one in coralville to talk about governor branstad's plan to privatize medicaid. many people shared their concerns... this should not be a polititical republican or i'm a democrat, they were standing up as concerned iowans and that's what i'm doing as well." a rally is planned at the state capitol -- two weeks from today.
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meet in waterloo to plan the clean-up of a former industrial site. it wants to remove hazardous vapors from beneath the former waterloo industries site near highway 218. we first told you about this issue a few weeks ago. the meeting will be on march 14th at the black hawk county y-m-c-a from five to seven that night. a geometry teacher has all the angles... but still needs help from his students for one big project. bryan henry shows us they went bill brock wanted it to be special... "they love her to death..." bit of flair. '"it sort of looks like this.." his students got a little noisy after seeing him out with a lady friend a few months ago. "my hypothetically speaking that would be my girlfriend.." the hypotheticals aside, it became showtime and brock requested their help "i told them i was thinking about making her my hypothetical wife
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a few days before bill 'marry me' on it." "i cut the strips that made the letters.." if you're wondering why a banner was necessary, well, video he took as he and his gal flew over their home a week ago saturday. one-thousand feet below, marshall and her couldn't believe it.." dee chalopatham saw the banner.. became temporarily stunned but said.. 'yes' after brock skillfully guided the plane with one hand and it's back in the classroom these days for bill perfectly, one no one here in room 24 will never forget. "he put more thought into it and made it personal" "she wanted to see the kids and sign up close" "it was special, i felt special"
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this morning: including a presidential piece of history we've never seen before. the honest to goodness truth about this mallet coming up. plus, something else that has us going back in time... just not that far back. this morning, a prediction about gas prices for the rest of the year. it's been years since prices were this cheap for this long. snow will track through western iowa today and may be far enough our way to affect some of our counties. i'll have more details coming up. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher
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"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: snow showers could track into our western counties today and over the entire area thursday night and friday, but we will all be cold all three days. wind chills are currently running around -15 in some areas this morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are looking good... and not shaking as the winds have finally died
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as we saw earlier, it is cold. temps are only in the single digits either side of zero, although it is warmer to the west... the have clear skies. winds are much lighter today... only expected to be 5 to 10 mph but still from the the west, but may get close enough to throw a few snow showers into our western counties of the viewing area. the front wont' move very much, so we will keep at least a chance of flurries in the area for the next few days. that boundary will keep us on the cold side temperatures. we will end up only in the teens at best today with a few snow showers in the west and drop back to single digits either side of zero and wind chills could be around -10. we will have flurries on thursday, especially in the afternoon and a chance of snow showers thursday night through friday as temps stay cold. the coldest day will be saturday as high pressure tracks through, but snow returns on sunday with at least a couple of inches possible in many areas. temps will warm up, though, for the beginning of next week. anyone who went to the rose bowl -- remember those chilly nights?
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there. and it'll keep going up today. a summer-like sizzle in southern california -- has people wondering what happened to winter. even if they don't see the snow -- and deal with the wind chills like we do -- 90 degrees is unusual for this time of year. and that's what they'll feel today. a famous college basketball coach has to be helped off the court. we'll show you what happened next. plus -- many new voters show up at the polls in new hampshire -- but election workers don't know what to make of this visitor. west and sunshine in the east.. lows tonight will drop back to single digits either side of zero
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-10. we will have flurries on thursday, especially in the afternoon and a chance of snow showers thursday night through friday as will warm up, though, for the anyone who went to the rose bowl -- remember those chilly nights? right now, it's 60 degrees there. and it'll keep going up today. a summer-like sizzle in southern california -- has people wondering what happened to winter. even if they don't see the snow -- and deal with the wind chills like we do -- 90 degrees is today. a famous college basketball coach has to be helped off the court. we'll show you what happened next. plus -- many new voters show up at the polls in new hampshire -- but election workers don't know what to make of this visitor.
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you covered in westgate,
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we've had a forecast like thisfor the first time. and the lord of the rings won best picture. the year was 2004 -- and gas prices averaged less than two dollars a gallon for the entire year. now, the u-s government predicts prices will do the same this year. across the country, we're expected to pay -- on average -- 1-98 a gallon for the year. gas buddy says the lowest prices
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ankeny -- 1-21 a gallon. think spring. that's what they're doing in dubuque. after not having spring break for a few years, the school board voted to bring back a week long vacation. this comes after the district sent out email asking parents for their input. about a third said they didn't "they're in first and pre-school and i'm home with my kids all the time, so it would be us, so." the school district says it changed the schedule because research shows giving students a break improves performance. scary moments during a pentagon news conference. watch what happens to major general james martin, junior. he was talking about the air force budget before he faints at the podium. he was taken to another room - we're hearing he appears to be ok. another unnerving moment. this one during a college basketball game. during a timeout -- watch north
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collapse. he had to be helped to the locker room. he later said he had a dizzy spell. an assistant coach took over on the bench. the tar heels won the game by three -- over boston college. truth be told -- this next story is very impressive. an indiana museum is showing off something once owned by president lincoln. it's honest abe's mallet. he used it as a splitter to drive iron wedges into logs for making fences. the 16th president engraved his initials -- and the year 1829 -- "you may recall abraham moniker that harkened back to his days in his days in indiana and his real roots and his hard work in industry. today, i'm pleased to announce that we've uncovered the railsplitter's railsplitter." the museum calls it one of the most significant artifacts ever
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if an elephant represents the republican party --- and a donkey represents the democratic party. we're not sure which party this animal represents: this enormous pig showed up at the polls in new hampshire. it weighs more than six-hundred pounds. police say the it belongs to a farmer, who came and got it... we don't know who it wanted to vote for in the primary. maybe it wants to get the pork out of washington. it's not uncommon for dogs to be used as therapy animals, but at a veterans home in utah, they do things a little differently. meet charlie the red kangaroo. for about a year, charlie has served as a therapy animal. charlie could eventually be more than five-feet tall and weigh about 125 pounds. unfortunately that means he won't be able to stay at the veterans home for much longer. it's you're watching today in iowa on k- w-w-l. william isn't the only goat in
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so, let me get this straight -- u.s. cellular has the phone you're looking for, a network that's built to give you coverage way out here where the other guys don't, and 6 gigs for only $40 a month. that's a lot less than verizon and at&t. so, why on earth would you ever go with one of those other guys? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for $40 a month plus get $300 back.
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himself in police custody. a goat in india discovered the grass may be greener on the other side....but nibbling it could land him behind bars. the animal and her owner, found themselves in trouble after it was accused of grazing on neighbors' lawns. one neighbor happens to be a judge. the judge had the animal arrested after it ate the flowers and vegetables in his garden. eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. not as windy, but it stays cold today with a few snow showers in the west. highs will stay in the teens through friday will track through thursday night and friday with a better chance on sunday. here's a live look outside at
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now on today in iowa...allowing felons to vote. the issue is heading to the iowa supreme court. plus...a police officer is able to pull a woman from her car moments before it bursts into flames. and...the takeaways following the new hampshire primary. some consider second place a victory for one republican canddiate. here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is
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