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now with your storm track seven forecast. some snow showers are tracking through the western half of the state this morning, while we have a mix of clouds and clear skies. which is affecting our temperatures... we have teens under the clear skies and the upper 20s to low 30s under the clouds. winds are mainly light and could lead to some areas of light fog today. we will end up with a variety of cloud cover over the next couple of days, but will be partly sunny today and mostly cloudy tomorrow. today we will warm into the 20s to mid 30s with the light winds and the clouds off and on. tomorrow... we have warmer temps and more melting.. which could lead to a messy friday. i'll have details in a
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developing overnight... a road is closed after a water main break causes a sink hole.. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in waterloo... she's been looking into this all morning to see how much damage has been done.. i spoke with waterloo police... and they confirmed that a light pole caved in because of the sinkhole caused by the water main break... officers tell me none of the wires from that pole got into the water.. the water main break happened on river road between ansborough avenue and commercial street. earlier in the morning.. police were redirecting traffic... they are no longer on scene.. but this area of the road is still closed... the waterloo street department is repairing the damage.. police tell me the road will likely be closed the rest of the day because of the damage... we've got you covered live in
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officers say no one is without power or water at this time the funeral for supreme court justice scalia will be held saturday. his supreme court bench, court chair and the door leading into the marble supreme court courtroom is draped in black wool in mourning. this is a court tradition that dates back to the 19th century. scalia's body will lie in repose at the supreme court on friday. president obama said he plans to nominate scalia's replacement. however, many republicans want the next president to make that decision. dave price tells us, iowa senator chuck grassley will be a prominent figure in the debate. "i want to respond to all your were more people than chairs... grassley's traditional town hall. planned parenthood, the debt, trade deals. but no topic brought more questions than this. "justice scalia was the anchor to hold the constitution together." a half dozens questions on what grassley would do if
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late justice antonin scalia. "i'm going to take it a step at grassley's answers won't step past that. "my question is will you continue to obstruct the president's nomination and at what point in the president's term does the constitution expire." "i don't set the agenda of the united states senate. question: in your committee?" "i will take it a step at a time. the president hasn't nominated anybody yet." if he does, grassley's washington power's on display. he chairs the powerful senate judiciary committee... and that committee's the first step in hearings for a supreme court nominee. as chair, it's grassley's call whether to hold those hearings... but he doesn't think the lame duck president should put him in that position. should carry over to the next election but on the other hand i think take it a step at a time." after the town hall, we pushed to know that next step now. reporter off camera: "you're not ready at this point to say we're not going to take it. why
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"i'm not holding i'm taking it one step at a time. i'm saying we're taking it one step at a time." a couple people from the group "why courts matter iowa" challenged grassley on his call to delay the nomination. senator grassley said he is following his duties under the constitution. in less than two weeks, iowa will turn over management of its medicaid system to three private companies. the change was supposed to happen on january first. it was delayed when federal regulators determined the state wasn't ready. some lawmakers, though, still aren't convinced... if i called cms would they say to move forward march first, on....so we really dont know, we believe were ready march
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the change is expected to save the state more than 100-million dollars per year. the u.s. surgeon general spoke to people in flint affected by the water crisis. more than two hundred people packed a church to ask questions. the doctor says the filters are working... and he doesn't believe the water is connected to the legionnaires' outbreak. federal resources are already being provided... but the doctor says more needs to be done. still feel they want to stay in this town and be apart of making it better." the surgeon general says he will do everything on his end to make sure flint has the resources it needs. the c-d-c is also working with agencies to provide resources. the f-d-a now says people who have been exposed to the zika virus should not donate blood for at least a
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there have been no reports of zika entering the u-s blood supply... but experts say similar viruses have been known to be transmitted in blood. mosquitoes are by far the main way zika is spread. evidence links the virus to severe birth defects. according to the world health organizaton - three to four million people across the western hemisphere have been affected by the virus. we caught up with an american college student who got the zika virus while in venezuela this past winter break. at first she thought she had the flu... but days later she noticed a rash on her skin... the rash, in terms of how painful it was. one hour i didnt even really bad and it felt like my body was on fire." the symptoms were nearly gone within a week. she says she was told to avoid
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of the dangerous affect zika can have on pregnant women. police are investigating a deadly train-car accident in louisiana. police say the car was hit by the freight train. two people were inside, one of them died. the area has railroad crossing signs, but no crossing gates. a passenger was airlifted to a nearby hospital. it was a sight many drivers in south florida didn't expect to see... a plane on the highway. it landed near miami. the pilot radioed in engine trouble and made the emergency landing. only the pilot and one passenger were on board the plane at the time. no injuries were reported. the highway is now back open. weather continuing to cause problems acros the country... in florida -- surveillance cameras capture trees and debris flying everywhere during a possible tornado. the area's been dealing with tornados and high winds for a few days. you can just see all the tree limbs are lying on the pavement here storms also causing problems in pennsylvania and new jersey. homes being built just collapsing under the wind. a similar scene just over the
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line in new jersey....billboards flying down. a number of trees also collapsing....some landing on top of cars. a river in washington state is threatening to take down a family home. the house used to be a-hundred feet away from water. but the river moved to the doorstep after a nearby dam started releasing more water because of storms. the county notified the family it would demolish the house before it crashes into the river. the family is concerned it could lose a lot of money if the home is not removed. the bill for it falling in the river, if it doesn't get cleaned up?' " the family has already moved out. the bright side is that the bank may forgive their mortgage... and the county is working to compensate them for the loss. three people are saved after their tug boat starts to sink. the boat was taking on water in the boston harbor -- about two miles from land. the captain contacted the coast guard --but the boat was nearly underwater. one of the people on board was
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but two others were forced into "i saw the lights. we were it was gone." "he's the man. we wouldn't be here if it wasn't for joe. the two men were only in the water for a few minutes -- but the water was a frigid 37 degrees. researchers believe they've made a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer. it's called "immuno-therapy." it trains the immune system to attack cancer, and has shown "extraordinary" results. in one study, 94- percent of patients saw their symptoms vanish completely. "it's hard to underplay because its really unprecedented. we're talking about patients who have all end up, or most of them end
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patients with other blood cancers saw response rates of more than 80- percent, with half experiencing complete remission. a fast food restaurant in missouri getting a lot of attention for giving people something extra with their meals. sonic is giving customers stickers with a bible verse. it's not a corporate move...the corporate office says franchisees make their own decisions on things like this. and it's getting mixed reaction in town... "hasn't bothered me a bit." "why would you go to a sonic and be like, here's a bible verse with your cheese sticks. that's kinda weird. managers say the bible verse stickers are there because they're no longer able to print verses on receipts...like they've done in the past. pope francis ends his historic trip to mexico today.. with a mass later this afternoon..
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expected to attend -- and there will be tens-of-thousands sharing the moment just across the border in texas. jay gray has more on this special day. later today in ciudad juarez.. desperately needed.. "he's a wonderful." 'dime como rezas, y te dire como vives." translation: "tell me how you pray and i'll tell to hundreds of thousands who have spilled into the streets.. fields.. and arenas to listen.. has been focused on compassion for immigrants.. and a challenge to eliminate the economic conditions.. crime.. and corruption forcing many across the border.. but most agree, changing things here -- will take some time.. "i hear a lot, "si el papa va, las cosas van a cambiar"... if the echo his message of persistence .. faith.. and family to more than a million this afternoon in juarez.. and tens of thousands who will gather here in sun bowl stadium.. connected by their faith - and a two-way video feed.. in a place where many can't go home for the pontiff's
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"to be in el paso, to see mexico, which i haven't seen in 20 years, it's very emotional being here." emotions affecting so many.. in two countries.. from a single faith. jay gray - nbc news - el paso. it's coming up on today in iowa.... a family is crediting their dog for saving their lives. plus... from mcchicken, to mcdouble, to mcbeer. we'll tell you where you can get a pint with your mcnuggets. snow to the west and clear to our northeast. this will make a difference in temperatures and amount of snow melting today. i'll have more coming up. "you're watching kwwl,
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jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa." "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
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what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straight. and all these so-called deals? well, they come with a lot of deal breakers. like when you leave the city the signal goes weak. u.s. cellular built a network to give you a stronger signal where the other guys don't. and as for deals? how's $300 back for every line you switch? $300! no ball nonsense. get $300 per line and a stronger signal,
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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: a few flurries with fog today and then it gets warmer... although clouds and snow-cover could cause some issues with how warm we are able to climb. a few snow showers are tracking through western iowa right now while we have a mix of clouds and clear skies. stormtrack7 live weather network will keep that mix off and on through the day. temperatures are in the upper teens to the low 30s depending on where those clouds are... with
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clouds. winds are very light and will turn to the southeast today. that won't help us warm up much today. and we are still on that boundary that is bringing clouds and disturbances through the region. we will finally get things moving, but that will bring in winds along with a few rain showers by the end of the week. but also melting snow and that could lead to fog which would keep our temps down. we will warm up, but you can still see that sharp cutoff of temps... that is where the snow is deeper... more melting would change that... but today, we will stay in the upper 20s to mid 30s with a mix of clouds and sun along with a few flurries and areas of fog. some fog tonight with lows in the 20s and then breezy and warmer tomorrow, but we will keep quite a few clouds, too. highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s will climb to the low 40s to mid 50s on friday... that will depend on cloud cover and fog formation... along with how much snow is left on the ground. we stay mild through the weekend with temps cooling back down next week. it's coming up on today
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iowa.... silly parents, tesla's are for kids! wait, what? that's right. we'll tell you where you can get your hands on this kiddie version at an affordable price. plus... a persistent pet saves her family from a gas leak in their own home. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you covered. a survey to find america's favorite fashion retailers has revealed a shakeup in the top five favorite department stores. on top for the fourth straight year: nordstrom. marshalls is number two. h and m... tied for the number
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the upper 20s to mid 30s with a mix of clouds and sun along with a few flurries and areas of fog. some fog tonight with lows in the 20s and then breezy and warmer tomorrow, but we will keep quite a few clouds, too. depend on cloud cover and fog stay mild through the weekend with temps cooling back down next week. it's coming up on today in iowa.... silly parents, tesla's are for that's right. we'll tell you where you can get your hands on this kiddie version at an affordable price. plus... a persistent pet saves her family from a gas leak in their own home. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you
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favoriteare revealed in a new survey. on top for the fourth straight year: nordstrom. marshalls is number two. h and m... tied for the number three spot with ross dress for less. out of the top 5: dillard's and j.c. penney. the nation's largest airline is suing the company that provides wi-fi for its planes... because it is too slow. american airlines filed a lawsuit against 'gogo.' the airline believes it has a better offer from a competitor... and wants out of
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both american and delta have would you like a mcbeer with that big mac? the golden arches is adding a new beverage to the menu... but not here in the u-s. mcdonald's plans to open an outlet in south korea in the coming days that'll serve premium burgers and draft beer. a kid-friendly tesla is hitting the stores in a few months. radio flyer announced on its website that it will begin shipping these mini cars for kids for less than 5-hundred dollars! the cars were created for kids between the ages of three to eight. it can also reach a top speed of six miles per hour. homer simpson is going live from springfield later this year. fox says the iconic animated dad will star in a live segment in may. homer will appear for about three minutes, talking about the news of the day and possibly answering social media questions. so how
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the producer says the actor who voices homer will act out the character in real time using motion capture technology. that means whatever motions the actor does, homer will do the same on screen. a family is calling their dog a hero. they say their pet's persistence is the reason they're still alive... the family from wisconsin had furnace troubles in the days before but didn't think much of it... but their dog abby did. the mother thought she had to go outside, so they went down the stairs, but abby didn't stop at the door. she continued to go down the stairs to the basement where the carbon monoxide detector was going off. "just jumped up on the bed and started nudging me and pawing at me. she took my head and tried really amazing." it turns out an exhaust pipe to the home was blocked... so that's
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here's a live look at storm track seven meteorologist
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with another check of your storm track seven forecast. we could have some flurries and areas of fog today, but mainly a mix of clouds and sun today, mostly cloudy tomorrow and friday with warmer temps thursday and friday. highs on friday will depend on where you are in the viewing area... warmer with more sun and less snow, cooler with more clouds, fog and snow cover. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
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what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straight. and all these so-cald deals? well, they come with a lot of deal breakers. like when you leave the city the signal goes weak. u.s. cellular built a network to give you a stronger signal where the other guys don't. and as for deals? how's $300 back for every line you switch? $300! no ball nonsense. get $300 per line and a stronger signal, in the middle of anywhere. big contest in the race for the white house. is morning, tte gop frontrunner responds to a comment from the current president... something he calls a compliment. plus a tech giant is being ordered to unlock a phone. investigators say it's key to their case, but apple says not so fast. and as student loan debt piles up, u-s marshals show up. one man is arrested for not
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good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and ii jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now withh your stotom track seven forecast. some snow showers are tracking through the western half of the state this morning, while we have a mix of clouds and clear skies. which is affecting our temperatures... we have teens under the clear skies and the upper 20s to low 30s under the clouus. winds are e mainly light and could lead to some areas of light fog today. we will end up with a variety of cloud cover over the next couple
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will be partly sunny today and mostly cloudy tomorrow. today we will warm into the 20s totomid 30s with the light winds s and the clouds off and on. tomorrow... we have warmer temps and more melting.. which could lead to a messy developing overnight... a road is closed after a water main break causes a sink hole.. kwwl's manda gilbert joins us live in waterloo... she's been looking into this all morning. i spoke with waterloo police. and they confirmed that a light pole caved in because of the sinkhole caused by the water main break... officers tell me none of the the water main break happened on
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avenue and commercial street. earlier in the morning.. police were redirecting traffic... they are no longer on scene.. but this area the road is still closed... the waterloo street department is repairing the damage.. police tell me the road will likely be closed the rest of the day because of the damage... we've got you covered live in waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. officers say no one is without power or water at this time becauue of the damage decision 2016: this weekend could be make or break for some presidential candidates. hillary clinton and bernie sanders face-off in nevada's democratic caucuses. but this morning we focus on the republicans. "i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president." reality show." "it's hard." job, he haset us back so far.
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is a great compliment." trumps double-digit lead in our latest "nbc news survey monkey" national poll mirrors what's happening south carolina. he's got twice as much support as ted cruz, who is battling it out for second with marco rubio. bush - a distant fourth in palmetto state polls. "i will be a commandee in chief not an agitator in chief." he insists no matter where he finishes, south carolina is not the end of his campaign. (a 4th place finish on saturday night, are we still going into nevada?) "i'll be there." ben carson and john "this is an important state for us." this weekend's primaryy could further arrow what was in nevada, so the outcome there is anyone's guess. i'm tracie potts in
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a show of force or a show of support? pends on which side your on. u-s fighter jets are flying over south korea. right now, north and south korea are in a standoff. south korea is concerned about recent missle tests by north korea. the u-s is defending its ally by sending in powerful warplanes -- which it's done before when there's been tension in that part of the world. back in eastern iowa -- a teacher faces charges -- accused of stealing medication. doug wilkinson of cedar falls was arrested this month in connection to missing prescription drugs at holmes junior high. wilkinson is a high school english teacher. he's accused of stealing student medication - including adderall. court records says security video allegedly shows him taking pills from the nurse's cabinet... "well i was shocked. i thought i
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we reached out to the school district -- which tells us this is a confidential personnel matter. continuing coverage this morning of a shooting investigation. a year after a teenager from vinton died, arrests are made. some oo the charges are drug related. investigators say emma redlinger was accidently shot in the head last year after a friend mishandled a gun. six people were taken into custody yesterday. that includes robyn merchant who's facing a federal charge of providing a firearm to someone who shouldn't have one. a 17-year-old was also charged with involuntary manslaughter. others face charges for things like drug poosession and lying to law enforcement. charges will not be filed after a man is shot twice following a domestic disturbance. authorities were called to sisley grove road northwest in linn county. the victim -- a 44- year-old man -- was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
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was a child, believed to be acting in self- defense. the man has since been released from the hospital. appll is being told to open it up. a judge says the company must help the f-b-i break into the iphone used by one of the shooters in the san bernardino massacre. the suspect and his wife died in a shootout with police after they shot and killed fourteen of his coworkers last december. since then investigators have not been able to get past apple's security features and unlock his phe. apple says it'll fight the judge's order. another development in a hit and run investigation at iowa state. the trial is now set for the man accused. benjamin clague pleading not guilty. his trial begins april fifth. investigators say he was driving a cy-ride bus when he hit and killed... emmalee jacobs -- a student at the university -- who grew up in urbana. clague is charged with leaving the sceneneof a crash reseslting inineath. it happened on campus in ames in december. now to another deadly accident. a teenager killed after riding
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it happened across the border in grant county, wisconsin. kyle vosberg died. the grant county sheriff's office says he was driving his truck -- going about 30 miles an hour. investigators say he climbed out of the drivers seat, and stood on he running boards asashe steered thh truck from the outside. when he tried to get back in -- he his friends took him to his house -- instead of calling 911. "it appears somewhere right around an hour, by the time they transported him down to dubuque." authorities say calling 911 right away could have gotten him medical attention earlier. they're investigating to see if alcohol was a factor. university of iowa poliie track down a person of interest in connection with a case that triggered a crime alert. here's a look at the suspect. he's accused of getting video of a student showering in burge hall. charges are pending.
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for many americans - and many struggle to pay them back. but have you ever heard of someone being arrested for unpaid loans? it happened in texas. paul aker says u-s marshals surrounded his home and arrested him. he says he had no idea why. it wasn't until the ride to jail "what? all those guys and all you, the judge wants to see you." aker says he had two others loans he paid off -- but claims he didn't know he still owed 15-hundred dollars. they rolled out a list of notices -- but aker says he didn't receive them. u-s marshals claim aker resisted arrest and the situation escalated when he told them he had a gun. they say in houston alone, about 15-hundred people have been identified for not addressing their student loans -- so rrants have been issued for their arrest. the owners of two michigan pancake restaurants are being ordered to pay up in a
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they're accused of forcing workers to pay them two dollars an hour from their tips. apparently, this added up. they're being ordered to pay 245- thousand dollars to more than 100 employees. an update now on a special school board election. it did not take long for a former schhol board member to win n ck a seat. joyce coil won the special election in cedar falls yesterday. she had served as president of the board until losing her re-election bid in september. a seat opened up when jim brown resigned to run for mayor. new this morning -- an iowa theater is officially on the national register of historic places. the hardacre theatre in tipton has been around for more than a century. it closed in 2013 but a nonprofit bought it and has been working to fix it up and reopen it. this new historic designation could help move that process forward. a big lift for a bridge project. the black hawk county gaming association board approves a 750- thousand dollar grant. the grant will pay for about half of the project on fourth street in
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to start in the spring. it includes reconstruction of the concrete railing under the canopy, fixing the walkway, and painting -- among other things. the bridge was built in 1976 - football fans are getting their first look inside a huge project. the new minnesota vikings stadium is almost finished. there are two big scorebards at each end which can be seen from need some finishing touches -- but they say everything will be ready to go for the first big event -- a luke bryan concert in august -- just ahead of the vikings football season. it's something we're taught when we're young... say thank you. but as michael schwanke shows us -- one boy's decision to use it was a scene no mother wants to pull up to. was second grader gage hhmes. during p.e. class...gage fell down and was unresponsive. as his mother elizabeth "one of the ems ladies that was on there said just jump in and i don't remember if i shut week.
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hospital gage is doing better... and he's now giving back to emergency crews who were at he scene. "i gave one trooper a bag of candy." along with that bag of candy... this card...saying simply thank you. and the reason he's doing this... "because they helped me." "it will warm your heart and ow a days with everything else going on in the world it's pretty neat to have a little kid recognize us." for gage and his mother...showing their appreciation was an easy thing to do. "it was kind of simple on our part because what they did was above and beyond to us. that's what we were appreciative about was that everyone came up and did what they could for
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we have much more coming up this morning: including another trip to the state of texas for iowa state. so far, the lone star state hasn't been that friendly to the cyclones. plus -- these dogs are hunting -- or maybe strutting -- for a championship. who's the best in show? the answer coming up. snow to the west and clear to our northeast. this will make a difference in temperatures and amount of snow melting today. i'll have more coming up. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerrrr gallagher,,lly crutcher "now your storm track 7
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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: a few flurries with fog today and then it gets warmer... although clouds and snow-cover
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warm we are able to climb. a few snow showers are tracking through western iowa right now while we have a mix of clouds and clear skies. stormtrack7 live weather network will keep that mix off and on through the day. temperatures are in the upper teens to the low 30s depending on where those clouds are... with the 20s and 30s to the west with clouds. wins are very light and will turn to the southeastt today. that won't help us warm up much today. and we are still on that boundary that is bringing clouds and disturbances through the region. we will finally get things moving, but that will bring in winds along with a few rain showers by the
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but also melting snow and that could lead to fog which would keep ouremps down. we will warm up, but you can still see that sharp cutoff of temps... that ishere the snow is eper... more melting would change that... but today, we will stty in the upper 20s to mid 30s with a mix of clouds and sun along with a few flurries and areas of fog. some fog tonight with lows in the 20s and then breezy and warmer tomorrow, but we will keep quite a w clouds, too. highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s will climb to the low 40s to mid 50s on friday... that will depend on cloud cover and
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formation... along with how much snow is left on the ground. we stay mild through the weekend with temps cooling back down next week. weather cancels flights all the time -- but it's rare to see a reaction like this. a high school orchestra was supposed to be back in utah after playing in washington, dc. but a blast of ice and snow canceled their flight. so left with no hotel... no transportation... and a lot of time on their hands... the kids decided to do what they do best. play a concert right in the "that was the weirdest place i've ever played." middle of the airport. it wasas really really cool." the group is supposed to fly out
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no one's getting a kick out of this. see what stopped a soccer match right in its tracks. plus -- take a look at this home and then take a guess. how much did it sell for? you might nee to add at least one more zero at the end. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in luxemburg, spillville, garber and all of eastern iowa
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games,the cyclones hoping to win a big game on the road. 13th ranked iowa state at 25th ranked baylor last night. early on -- the bears play above the rim. baylor up five --- 22-17. the cyclones would come right back. they would hit 11 threes on the night. this would be one. monte morris to g gorge niang --- ties it up at 22. the game would also be tied at the end of regulation -- and from there, it was all baylor. the bears win 100-91. iowa state -- now oh an 3 in when it rains, it pours. even when it's not raining. that's what happened during the olympic soccer qualifying tournament in houston. the sprinklers go off -- sparking a rain delay. a strange siiht there... time for the top dog to take the stage. the westminster dog show wrapped show.
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named "rumor" has a good chance. the four-year-old has already won more than one- hundred shows. but the judges say... "c-j", a german shorthaired pointer is the best in show. re's a funny moment from the show. this dog doesn't seem too concerned he's at one of the most famous dog shows. he spends the entire time trying to get more treats. he can smell the food -- and won't let up. a veterinarian goes to great lengths to comfort dogs at a hospital.. take a look at doctorrandy mathis from georgia. he climbs inside to be close to graycie -- who was found abandoned and in terrible shap two weeks ago. he hopes to socialize graycc -- and get her healthy enough to be adopted. this video went viral. about six million people have now seen it. we all know the three most important words in real estate: location, location, location.
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be the poster child for that expression. this tiny home in vancouver -- just sold for almost two and a half million dollars. that's 80- thousand dollars more than the asking price. it's a three- bedroom, two- bathroom home -- put on the market two weeks ago. it's missing a few shngles, some of the walls are rotting, and it needs a paint job. but none of that really matters. it will likely be torn down, and a new home built in its place. two-point-four million dollars. that's quite a real estate market. it's you're watching today in iowa on k- w-w-l.
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what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straigig. and all these so-called deals? well, they come with a lot of deal breakers. like when you leave the city the signal goes weak. u.s. cellular built a network to give you a stronger signall where the otheheguys don't. and as for deals? how's $300 back for every line you switch? $300! no ball nonsense. get $300 per line and a stronger signal,
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check of your storm track seven forecast. we could have some flurries and mostly clouddtomorrow and friday with warmer temps thursday and friday. highs on friday will depend on where you are in the viewing area... warmer with more sun and less snow, cooler with more clouds,
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now on today in iowa...a water main break forces an eastern iowa road to be closed. we have a live report coming up. plus...an iowa theater is being recognized nationally. it's a story thats new this morning. plus, burgers, fries, limeades and bible verses. people getting little something extra when they pull up to the drive-thru. here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is
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good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. some snow showers are tracking through the western half of the state this morning, while we have a mix of clouds and clear the uppee 20s to low s under areas of light fog today. we will end up with a variety of cloud cover and mostly cloudy tomorrow. today we will warm into the 20s to mid30s with the warmer temps and more melting.. to mid 30s with the light winds and the clouds off and on. tomorrow... we have warmer temps and more melting.. which could lead to a messy friday. i'll have details in a

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