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now with your storm track seven forecast. good thursday morning. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with
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north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. the above average temperatures will continue into the weekend. here's your forecast for today. we will have temperatures in the 40s to near 50 degrees with windy conditions. new this morning in the iowa legislature... an update on the medical marijuana bill making its way through state legislature... changes may soon come which would allow more people to use cannibas oil.. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom.. she's been looking into this all morning... and can explain... under this new bill... cannabis oil could be used to treat people with epilepsy...multiple sclerosis and cancer with a limited life expectancy.... it would also create a system for manufacturing... dispensing... and possessing medical marijuana.... currently, iowa law allows some epilepsy patients to use cannabis oil...but...without a system in place to sell it, things get tricky. yesterday the house commerce committee voted 17 to 6 in support of the bill.
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smoking the drug... some who are against this bill say this could lead to an increase in youth marijuana use. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. the bill will now go to the full house where its future is unclear... it is expected to survive tomorrow's funnel deadline. there may be some changes coming for drivers and cyclists in iowa. a bill approved by an iowa senate committee would require drivers passing cyclists in the same direction to do so similar to how they would pass another car...moving over a lane or crossing the center line...giving the cyclist space. some bike shop owners think this bill could help get more people out on bikes. "i think it's great because i know hearing from a lot of people talking they don't feel safe on the roads just being close to cars kind of scares them." this does not apply to areas with designated bike lanes. the bill now heads to the full state senate.
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gathered outside and inside the illinois state capitol to protest. they're asking their governor for more money for higher education. the demonstrations included speeches, and a "die-in" in which the protesters laid down on the capitol floor. missouri state lawmakers held a hearing to talk about body cameras. there's a bill that would require police body cameras in five cities. the proposal was inspired in part by the 20-14 shooting death of michael brown. there were massive demonstrations after he was killed. brown's mother asked lawmakers to approve the measure... "i'm asking you to work missouri." the officer, darren wilson, was not charged in brown's death. the lack of video evidence from the shooting helped fuel the call for body cameras. university of iowa students say a man, accused of video-taping women showering in a residence hall has been in the building before.
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- he is not a student or staff member. he's accused of committing the crime in burge hall monday night before. "on sunday i was taking the trash out, and we had turned just kept quiet 'cause i felt uncomfortable in that situation." the university says the locks to the women's restrooms at burge hall have since been changed. a young man who was being moved from a facility in eldora to clarinda academy tried to escape yesterday near ames. an officer was taking him to a correctional facility when they stopped at a rest area. that's when the suspect took off running and hopped into a car, ending up 3 to 4 miles down the road... back here he ran into the field the interstate.' the suspect was eventually caught. officers are still investigating
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happened. crews have to clean up a fuel spill that made its way into the coralville reservoir. the d-n-r says a semi rolled along i-380 monday just south of cedar rapids. it leaked about 36 hundred gallons of de-icing fluid and 50 gallons of gasoline. the de-icer is bright green and can discolor the water. booms were placed in the creek to recover the deisel fuel. a car accident in a los angeles suburb killed one person and knocked out power to hundreds. first responders say a truck slammed into a power pole and caused several transformers it was holding to come crashing down on the vehicle. more than 200 people were without power. two police officers are charged with sexually assualting women while on duty. the officers worked in los angeles. four women claim to have been assaulted. one...arrested on identity theft and drug charges....and was approached by the oficers to become an informant. she says that's when the assaults began. these two officers have disgraced themselves, they
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the four victims are between the ages 19 and 34. eight months after the shooting at a charleston, south caroling church... people there are still sifting through many gifts. the church has gotten so many it ran out of room -- so the city animals. and church-goers go through everything... we're trying to make sure that nine people died in the shooting. the church has received gifts from around the world. continuing coverage... a teen arrested for practicing medicine without a license could also face charges of grand theft. it's a story we first told you about yesterday on today in iowa. he was arrested after posing as a doctor in florida. now authorities say a victim in a series of visits to her home.
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light on some of the things that are happening in the community today. that we can shed a good light on some of the positive things that are happening and stop worrying about bashing someone and start lifting them up." the victim says he stole, cashed and forged her personal checks after treating her. about one in five americans go to the emergency room every year ... a majority say they needed treatment for a serious medical condition. but 12-percent head to the e-r because their doctor's office wasn't open -- and seven percent say they had no other health
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most likely to seek emergency care for serious symptoms ... while people without insurance tended to use the e-r for less urgent problems. a homeless shelter is looking for help as it continues to battle bedbugs. the hope house in dubuque has been dealing with the parasite for two years. they're been checking beds and spraying furniture. now they're hoping to raise money to get new bed frames and chairs that will help make the search for bedbugs easier. "is that going to stop the lift up your mattress and box spring, and there's no where for them to hide." the bed frames cost 380 dollars before taxes and shipping, and the chairs cost 200 dollars. if you're interested in helping, you can find more information on our website at kwwl dot com. new this morning... a big year for iowa's football and basketball teams-- means a big raise for their athletic director. gary barta was rewarded with a 5- year contract extension. university of iowa president bruce harreld and barta made the
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guarantees barta 4-point-6 million dollars in compensation through june 20-21. onto decision 2016. nevada is next up for the democrats. the caucuses there could look a like like iowa's. a new c-n-n-o-r-c poll has democratic caucusgoers in nevada split almost evenly between the two presidential candidates. 48-percent say they support clinton...47-percent sanders. the caucus is saturday. looking at the republicans now...senator ted cruz leads the race nationally. that's according to the new nbc news - wall street journal poll. it shows cruz as the first choice of 28 percent of republican primary voters.. while trump trails with 26 percent. just last month.. trump held a 13 point lead over cruz in the it's tremendously encouraging...to be leading the field nationally, i think as a result. did you ever think you'd be get to first place to win.
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ohio governor john kasich fourth...followed by ben carson...and jeb bush. rubio also picking up a big endorsement from south carolina governorn nikki haley. she says it's the right movie gentlemen, if we elect marco rubio every day will be a great day in america." haley will be on the campaign trail with rubio through saturday's primary. four years ago governor haley endorsed mitt romney.. who won the nomination...but lost the south carolina primary to newt gingrich. an arizona boy scout troop has its hands full. they're helping those in need, with a 3-d printer. it's all to benefit an organization that gives prosthetic hands to those who need it most. domenica fuller has our story. "when they move their wrist it'll move these fingers." these days, troop one three hours"
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"the regular prosthetic device costs around 40,000 dollars. with these, all the materials together will cost about 40 dollars." the scouts now have a here." vishakk rajenbranhe came up with the cost- efficient idea to help kids... "they're growing, so they can't have a prosthetic device, since they'll be growing out of it." patrick robinson is the troop master and says it's a is the highest merit badge in scouting. they create a across the globe. "i'm just totally amazed. at my point in life, this is just truly remarkable and you look at what this may do for the world. it's quite a project." it's coming up on today
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loyalty is usually a good thing, but what about when it comes to credit cards? a new study says if you stay loyal for too long, you may be missing plus... who let the dogs out? "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa."
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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: from the kwwl stormtrack 7
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team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm emeteorologist kyle kiel. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas
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and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with
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upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. it's coming up on today in iowa.... surfs up! a dog trainer finds a way to takes his pups to the waves without making them doggy paddle. plus... it could be the world's cheapest smartphone. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you covered. america's national parks are becoming very popular vacation destinations. new numbers show more people
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above average in the 40s. it's coming up on today in iowa.... surfs up! a dog trainer finds a way to takes his pups to the waves without making them doggy paddle. plus... it could be the world's cheapest smartphone. stay with
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destinations. new numbers show more people visited national parks in 20-15 than ever before. parks across the country hosted a record breaking 3- hundred-7-million visits. the most popular spot was the great smoky mountains, with more than 10- million visits. if you've been using your favorite, go-to credit card for years and years... you may be missing out on rewards and big sign-up bonuses. a new study finds 25 million credit card holders haven't changed their go to credit card in at least ten years. another 20 million have never changed it.
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banker in this new monopoly game. hasbro has showed off a new version of monopoly called "monopoly ultimate banking game." it eliminates both the game's signature paper money, as well as, the banker position. instead, players scan special bank cards unit. a smartphone company in india launched - what it claims to be - the world's cheapest smartphone. the phone is less than four dollars. the company said it will start taking orders for the new phone today, and will deliver them by the end of june. want to build a healthy relationship with your dog...try grabbing a surf board. an australian dog trainer... and former surfing champ...is bringing his rescue dogs out on the water with him. he says it's a way to teach dog owners to use the discipline of surfing as a way to build by the way -- the dogs can do
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it's coming up on today in iowa.... today may be thursday, but we'll tell you why you might want to
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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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and don't feel bad. wine has some health benefits, if you don't over-do it. moderate wine drinkers have lower risks for liver disease, type two diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers. wine can also reduce "bad" cholesterol and increase "good" cholesterol. by the way...today is also "national crab-stuffed flounder" day. storm track seven meteorologist
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with another check of your storm track seven forecast. here's your storm track 7 day forecast. windy today with mostly cloudy skies. we will see the chance for some areas of drizzle warm temperatures, and even above average through the
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house. see what the numbers are telling us this morning. plus -- what an iowa police chief is accused of -- that led to his protest. we know photoshop has something to do with it. and all 44 presidents in a flash. a four-year-old has a
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house. all you have to do is ask. 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. good thursday morning. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds
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wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. the above average temperatures will continue into the weekend. here's your forecast for today. we will have temperatures in the 40s to near 50 degrees with windy conditions. details on just a few minutes. the race for president. donald trump is losing steam. ted cruz is gaining momentum. and marco rubio has a new ally in south carolina. tracie potts breaks it down for us -- just two days before the republican primary in that the sound you're hearing is the cruz, announcing his two- point lead
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statistically it's a tie, but trump is down 7 and cruz is "republican voters are taking one more moment to take a pause and decide whether donald trump is really the person they want to nominate for president or not." now trump is threatening a lawsuit over this cruz ad: trump says that's old - he's now is pro-life. "it is quite literally the most this lawsuit." at that same event marco rubio denounced president obama's trip to cuba. "he's probably not going to invite me." rubio just picked up the endorsement of south carolina's governor, over jeb bush. "i'm disappointed she didn't endorse me." two more days to more disappointment or - a push foward - for the six republicans left in this race. i'm tracie potts in
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how long has it been since a sitting u-s president visited cuba? how about 1928. calvin coolidge was the last one. until next month. as you just heard in the tracie potts report -- president obama is going to cuba. the white house is expected to announce his travel plans later today. the visit will mark another step between the two countries to heal a relationship -- after on tuesday -- the u-s and cuba signed a deal restoring commercial air travel. engineers are on the clock in flint, michigan. the governor says they have one month to find the underground pipes that are contaminating the city's drinking water. the governor is under pressure to move quickly. today, the health and human services secretary is in flint to get a firsthand look at the federal response to the city's water crisis. she'll also visit a health center giving tests and health care services to families and children who've been affected by lead-contaminated water. one iowa basketball star is asking people to help those in flint...
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the michigan town... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live...she's sharing his message... iowa state basketball star monte morris has been speaking out... asking iowans to get clean water to those in flint. the reason: it's where he grew up... last week in an interview... morris talked about his hometown and about why people here should care..... hy-vee said they were inspired to do something using their resources after hearing morris's plea... here's a video he posted to his "hey cyclone fans, it's monte morris. as you may know my tremendously affected. i've been asked what i can do to help the problem. make a donation to the salvation army. you can text the word water to 91999. anything you can do will help. thanks again for your support." today hyvee is sending 11 semi- trailers-- 6 trucks with water gallon and five filled with bottled water- to
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the 11 trucks are expecte to arrive in flint tomorrow.... morris... who wears number 11 on his jersey... tweeted out.... thank you hyvee for sending water to flint... michigan means the world to me we've got you covered... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. an i-s-u senior also set up a gofundme page after hearing morri's message... if you would like to find out how to donate to that... visit our website at k-w-w-l dot com. new this morning: an iowa police chief under fire. an investigation by the mayor's office in dension found racist and pornographic pictures from -- the police chief -- on a shared city computer drive. that now has people protesting. a former police officer claims the police chief would photoshop pictures of his own employees -- putting pictures of their heads on different things. the city attorney says the lewd images were created on the police chief's own private computer. they don't know how it ended up on technology seen by co-workers. "public opinion. what he's got
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they are and it needs to change." the mayor reportedly disciplined the police chief -- but so far -- no details are being released about that. the police chief said he would not talk about the allegations. this morning, an eastern iowa school principal is off the job. last week, she was arrested for o-w-i. amber dietz is the principal at kingsley elementary school in waterloo. she was arrested friday on the corner of hillcrest and ridgeway in black hawk county. court records show she had a blood alcohol level of point-159. a spokesperson for the waterloo school system says dietz is not on the job, and a member of the right now. this morning, waterloo police are investigating after some homes were hit by bullets. at least 20 shell casings were found. police were called after a report of shots being fired on woodmayr drive last night. no injuries have been reported. sorry?" a thief caught on camera
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package returns to the same home -- with an apology letter. you can see the man in georgia stealing from the home. inside the package were birthday gifts for the homeowner's 12-year-old daughter. but he must have had second thoughts -- not only returning the package but also leaving a note saying quote -- "so sorry. hope this helps." police are questioning two men -- but so far, no one's been charged. apple's c-e-o is challenging a judge's order. he calls it a ruling that could affect anyone with an iphone. the judge says apple must help the f-b-i unlock an iphone used by one of the san bernardino shooters. apple says the judge's order could threaten the privacy for hundreds of millions of law- abiding citizens around the world. the department of justice disagrees -- saying it would only affect the one device. they're not asking apple to redesign any products. yesterday -- protesters showed up outside the apple store in san francisco to show their the numbers are going up at the university of iowa... but we're not talking about enrollment. faculty resignations jumped 36
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believed to be a big reason. the college of medicine was hit hard by resignations. the university is now asking for millions more in state dollars to attract and keep faculty. we've had 44 presidents in our country's history. how many could you name off the top of your head? kristen hampton shows us one four- year-old who can name every one. so like this president?" "washington!" "that's pretty easy thought the last dozen. "look what i'm doing? mixing or so guys in there in the middle that don't have the most unless you're 4 year old if you're a little rusty with your presidential recall... no fear... "that is millard fillmore." a 4 year old is here to take you to school. tommy has been sponging up knowledge... since before he was old enough to talk about it. "whatever he can learn he wants to learn. and we have to check him sometimes because we don't think he's right. i'm about 0-10 on that."
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"no i'm getting tired." tired of schooling you on just presidents. "but pluto is not a planet." "aww why?" "he used to be. he was the sized of neptune. now he shrinked." educational milestones for a 4 year old suggest they should be able to name some colors and shapes. tommy-- "what is the capital of georgia?" "atlanta." knows all the states... "california, sacramento." and all their capitals. if you're wondering just how this guy got to be so smart... the answer is as simple as he is cute.
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much more on the way this morning: heartache in happy valley. three top five college basketball teams went down last night... including the hawks at penn state. plus -- this video reminds us of a classic movie. but it's not heaven. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with "now your storm track 7
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: 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: welcome back i'm emeteorologist kyle kiel. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of
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areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay
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wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of north, but for the most part we 30 mph tonight and into friday. gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above forecast as we end the work
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upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. a warmup could create a whole holes. the waterloo streets department has been out filling pot holes. drivers say sometimes it's just tough to avoid them. "i think one of the worst things everytime you take those same trips, you know you're going to have to change your route, or you have to remember on this one turn, look out." crews in cedar falls are also doing their part -- clearing intersections to avoid standing water. the panthers shoot for seven in a row -- but they'd have to get by a team that already knocked plus -- what does one man do
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record powerball jackpot? he keeps going to work every day. this morning, we're hearing from the winners -- who waited more than a month to come forward. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in chelsea, fort atkinson, harpers ferry and all it's not safe to be a top 5 team wake up in your first home. wake up in a home you've made a bit bigger. wake up in a home with a new address.
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just ask the the hawkeyes. iowa -- ranked fourth in the country -- goes on the road to penn state last night. the hawks hoping to hold on to sole possession of first place
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problem with the nittany lions at home a few weeks ago. not the case last night. but the hawks did get off to a nice start. nicholas baer for three -- which gave the hawks a 25-18. the rest of the half -- owned by penn state. they hit several threes. then just before the break -- donovon jack with the finish. penn state up seven at the break -- and holds off iowa for the upset. the nittany lions win 79-75. iowa now has a week off before hosting wisconsin. the third ranked and fifth ranked teams in the country also lost last night. in the missouri valley conference -- uni going for its seven straight win. the panthers on the road at loyola. uni's second half offense coming from paul jesperson. he buries the three giving uni a 32-29 lead. moments later -- jesperson again pushing that lead to five. he had 16 on the night. but the panthers streak ends at 6. loyola knocks off uni for the second time this year -- winning by three -- 59-56.
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saturday against illinois state. basketball has a bank shot. apparently, hockey does too... in a strange way. check out what happened as minnesota took on calgary. a minnesota defenseman scores for the other team -- with his face. the puck takes a bounce off his visor -- before slipping past the goalie. we don't know if he called the bank shot... but we're sure the how do you keep a secret like this? powerball winners in florida told no one -- not even their closest friends -- how the world was looking for them. this week, they stepped forward. david and marueen had one of three winning tickets for the record-setting one and a half billion dollare powerball jackpot. that's about 529 million for them -- or 328 million after they chose the lump sum. david's an engineer -- and since the drawing, he's been going to late to work, they all suspected i won, so... so i had to say i didn't purchase a ticket. so i
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he says now he'll retire. they'll take care of family, donate to charity. he might buy a car... but otherwise, no big plans to want a massage. by the way, no one won last night's powerball drawing. saturday's jackpot now stands at 212 million. the video looks like a scene out of field of dreams. but instead of shoeless joe disappearing into the corn -- someone vanishes into a field of this: tumbleweeds. they are covering a town in australia. truckloads of it fill streets and yards. it's summertime down under, and dry conditions have led to a bumper crop of tumbleweed. the city won't help with the cleanup because it's not considered a fire risk. but taking care of it on their own is leaving people exhausted... you've got a good couple of draining and mentally more
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the strain of tumbleweed that's causing the trouble is named "hairy panic." it's you're watching today in iowa on k-
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an update now on the remodeling of your storm track seven forecast. here's your storm track 7 day forecast. windy today with mostly cloudy skies. we will see the chance for some areas of drizzle to the north. mostly sunny friday with warm temperatures, and even above average through the weekend. here's a live look outside at
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there's another hour of today in iowa coming up right here on kwwl. 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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now on today in iowa... we continue to track the progress of a medical marijuana bill moving throught he legislature... it's a story that's new this morning. plus...protestors come out to support apple. a federal judge is ordering the company to do something which apple's c-e-o says would affect anyone with an i- phone and a boy scout troop has their here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is .

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