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city leaders saying the water is going down -- but slowly. so, this is still an emergency situation. kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsroom.. she was in newbo this morning... one of the worst-hit areas in cedar some good news this afternoon... cedar rapids announced they reduced the evacuation zone from 28 feet to 24 feet. barricades were moved back overnight. i was in newbo this morning... it's important not to forget some but for the most part... workers in newbo agree the cedar rapids flood protection has been a success. take a look at these hesco barriers right here. you can see how tall they stand.... theres about 10 miles of these up all over the city. public works tells me they are still doing their job... holding water back... those barriers will stay up today... cedar rapids says although the water crested at around 22 feet yesterday...
it will take several days to return to normal. we've got you covered live in the newsroom... amanda gilbert...kwwl news. this morning... workers were out in newbo pumping water out of the sewer system and basements in nearby businesses. let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for your our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however, there is a weather maker to our east, which will stay there but as it spins over the great lakes, we could see a stray shower today - most will stay dry. highs will be cool again, in the low 60s (about 10 degrees below our average at this time of year, thanks to cloud cover). breezy winds could make it feel
today we hope to learn what charges may be filed after a 13-year-old girl is shot in the head. officers responding to 15th street south-east in cedar rapids yesterday morning. three suspects -- a man and two boys -- taken into custody about ten minu university of iowa hospitals and clinics -- but did not survive. her name has not been released. the city of cedar rapids was close to ending a flooding news conference this morning-- after a man screams raising concerns about the death of the 13-year old girl also bringing up a murder in 2- thousand-eight. what about the 13 year old death!!? what about the murder??
she was a thirteen year old child this man was escorted out by an altoona woman is charged after alledgedly sending nude photos of herself to the teenage son of her ex-boyfriend. police say 46-year- old charlotte to send sexual photos to the 17-year-old boy's father, whom she had been dating off and on. police say the two had an unfriendly split and that each was alleging harassment by the other. protests begin after police shoot and kill a man. it happened in southern california. police say a man was shot while acting erratically and not listening to their instructions. witnesses questioned the officers' motives in the shooting. crowds gathering by the scene began chanting, demanding answers
of we just don't understand what's going on." police say witness video voluntarily given to officers shows the man did not have his hands in the air. in a still picture from the video -- the man appears to be pointing something at an officer. one-point-four million dollars spent to control protestors. that's how much north carolina has spent in the days since the keith lamont scott shooting. now, compare it to flood disaster relief -- just 250- thous julia. both events took place over a three-day period. north carolina's governor says it's time to re-prioritize state spending. he's hoping to send national guard troops from charlotte to this morning, a former world leader is being remembered. former israeli president shimon peres died. he was 93. israel's oldest statesman born
60-year career in politics -- including as the country's prime minister. today, the president is meeting with service members. . he's be in fort lee, virginia for a town hall focusing on veterans, national security, and foreign policy. he's also taking questions from active service members and veterans in the audience. people from the federal government are heading to iowa to look at storm damage -- to see who m q on thursday, teams will look at damage in nine iowa counties. benton, black hawk, bremer, buchanan, butler, delaware, floyd, jones and linn. this information could help flood victims receive money from the federal government to help fix up their homes. people in so many cities working to clean up right now. in shell rock the river reaching record levels in some places -- flooding many homes. on saturday -- this home was surrounded by flood water.
damaged. the water flooding the kitchen, as well as the rest of my wife oh it will never happen again and then it happens and it's worse than before" they hope their electricity and hot water will be back on today right now they're saying with relatives. volutneers are needed in floyd county today. emergency management k meet at the parking lot of the old middle school -- starting at nine this morning. the cedar river continues to drop in the cedar valley. water still flowing over north cottage row road in cedar falls. some neighborhoods in the north cedar area still dealing with a lot of water. but many have shifted to cleanup mode-- this family just able to "it's not as bad as it was in two feet. so what you're seeing here in mostly junk. we
you can still get cleanup kits from the red cross. pick them up at fire station number one in waterloo --or the living water church in cedar falls. for those of you in black hawk county -- if you have any sandbags sitting around you don't need -- you can return those. moose lodge in washburn on highway 218 or the city park in finchford -- or -- the secondary roads shed on cedar street in la the black hawk county landfill hours due to the recent flooding. this saturday and next it will be open from 7:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon. people in the cedar terrace area of waterloo received so much help sandbagging ahead of the flooding. now -- this sign is up -- thanking people for volunteering to help protect their homes. coming up... the presidential candidates are stopping in iowa-- we'll tell you when. and, watch out!!
"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: our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however,
which will stay there but as it spins over the great lakes, we could see a stray shower today - most will stay dry. highs will be cool again, in the low 60s (about 10 degrees below our average at this time of year). breezy winds could make it feel a little cooler. the winds will calm once the sun expect a dry, late september night with lows falling into the mid/upper 40s. thursday will be mostly sunny and the sunshine will help us warm to near normal temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s. it could be a little breezy again tomorrow but the stronger winds
shower on saturday but mainly dry weather is expected into next week. our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however, there is a weather maker to our east, which will stay there but as it spins over the great lakes, we could see a stray shower today - most will stay dry. highs will be degrees below our average at this time of year). breezy winds could make it feel a little cooler. the winds will calm once the sun sets. expect a dry, late september night with lows falling into the mid/upper 40s. thursday will be mostly sunny and the sunshine will
the upper 60s and low 70s. it could be a little breezy again tomorrow but the stronger winds will completely move out friday. our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however, there is a weather maker to our east, which will stay there but as it spins over the stray shower today - most will stay dry. highs will be cool again, in the low 60s (about 10 degrees below our average at this time of year). breezy winds could make it feel a little we're seeing support coming in many different ways. some kids in cedar rapids brought brownies to police officers to thank them for their hard work and
the department posting a big thank you to these kids. for up-to-the- minute forecast information right to your phone - you download the storm track seven app it's free - find it in the app store for any iphone or android device. coming up.... the first debate showdown breaks records by how many people watched. and, find out what students are doing to stop bullying. so many of you have been sharing your flooding pictures with us. please continue to do so. facebook page. be sure to like the page to stay up to date on severe weather and breaking news. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in jesup, waverly, tama and all of eastern iowa so what do the trade deals supported by congressman rod blum really mean for iowa? blum's deals are just one of the ways the biggest corporations rig the system to make more money at the expense of iowa jobs. oh, and don't forget--
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trump and hillary clinton will be in iowa over the next few days. trump will hold a rally at the the campaign is launching the iowa christian conservatives for trump. clinton will be in des moines tomorrow for an early voting event. that event begins at 12:30. their debate on monday night was the most watched presidential debate ever. 84 million people saw it. the debate was moderated by n-b-c's lester holt. the old record was set in 1980. about 81 million people watched that debate between the democratic incumbent jimmy carter -- and his republican challenger -- ronald reagan.
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what you eat after a garlicky meal could make a difference. scientists found while water and green tea had no impact -- eating raw apples, fresh mint and even lettuce lowered garlic breath. experts say compounds in these foods help break down the strong smell. search for celebrities online and you might get a virus. intel releasing its list of most dangerous celebrities to search online. topping the list is comedi justin bieber and nbc's own carson daly of "today" and "the voice." intel says searches for these famous names are most likely to land you on websites that carry viruses or malware. check this out -- more than 15- hundred iowa students spelling out the word friend in west des moines -- aiming to make this the largest gathering of people to ever do so. their goal is stop bullying. hopefully kids with problems that they just can't talk to
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by rain and floods-- plus, what farmers are doing to try to salvage their damaged crops. and, a new study shows a popular pill can cause depression for women. all the details on the way our coverage of the flood of 2016 continues today. the city of cedar rapids is seeing flooding -- but the protections put in place -- saved many parts of the city.
to their homes and businesses. the water is going down -- slowly -- we'll get the latest update from rachael peart, in just a welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher in clarksville -- so many people had to leave their homes after water topped a levee. 150 homes affected in clarksville, plus 10 businesses and a cell tower. as storm track seven's jessica hartman shows us -- people are standing water and debree --- items of people's lives piled at here." take a step inside one floods." finished an entire basement remodel just weeks ago. this is all that is left his belongings piled onto a flat bed trailer in his
the same decision. for now -- the community working together to take care "some of out people are getting a little discouraged. they were here in 2008 and they are wondering is this going to the mayor says the city will be meeting with engineers, the railroad, and several other groups in late october to find a solution to preventing this from happening a third time.
receipts. there -- the city plans to shut down the debris pile friday evening. today marks one week since storms hit. since then, people - including these students from other schools -- have worked to cleanup the sandbags around town. as much of eastern iowa is cleaning up from flooding -- new areas are preparing. hesco barriers going up in burlington. the river is already at flood stage.... and will rise another 4-feet by saturday. several weekend events planned along the river are being moved goha did cancel that, saturday evening we were supposed to have our october fest here and it is now going to be held at community field burlington is in the process of designing a permanent flood wall. it won't be installed until spring.
for your first forecast. our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however, there is a weather maker to our east, which will stay there but as it spins over the stray shower today - most will stay dry. highs will be cool again, in the low 60s (about 10 degrees below our average at this time of year, thanks several days -- iowa communities will start running the numbers -- figuring out how much damage they have because of the flooding. in wisconsin -- they already
washed out road -- in vernon county... just one of many pictures of damaged roads we've seen. the state of wisconsin says the damage to roads, bridges and trails because of recent flooding now tops eight million dollars. by the way -- the driver who crashed -- was not seriously hurt. farmers in butler county seeing a lot of crop damage due to the flooding. all farmers with flooded fields can do now is wait for the water to of his fields. "the thing as a farmer, this is what october will bring. you kind of get used to it, but it's a little tiring." iowa ag secretary bill northey says with low commodity prices, producers need every bushel to make a profit this season.
all of this rain - though - has spared some crops. the wet weather hasn't affected apple orchards too much in rochester, minnesota. this orchard is home to more than 7 thousand apple trees and "the apples are doing fine, we have lots of apples to pick, lots of apples for sale. the wet weather doesn't really harm the apples, it actually helps the apples size up a little bit." he says there will be lots of apple supply all the way through now to a consumer alert this afternoon-- women who use hormonal contraception ... may be at an increased risk for depression. researchers in denmark followed more than one million women and girls for more than six years. women who used birth control pills were more likely to be prescribed an anti-depressant for the first time during the study ... than those who did not take the pill. teens were very much at risk ... especially those who took
tiger woods. yesterday was team photo day for the u-s team for the golf's ryder cup. and apparently, vice-captain tiger was a bit confused. at first, tiger thought the photographer wanted him to stand on the other side of the back supposed to be in the team picture at all.... just captain davis love iii and the players. tiger took the snub well though, and had a laugh with the other u-s vi captains on the sidelines. even if we've seen the last of michael phelps in a pool, he's not done yesterday's celebrity tournament ahead of the ryder cup. phelps broke out his "arm flap" warm-up before his opening tee shot. despite all of his olympic success, phelps said tuesday on the golf course was when he was probably the most nervous he's ever been. he told the associated press --
a british airline --easyjet, believes a young woman has become the world's youngest pilot at 26 years old. pilot kate mcwilliams, joined easyjet as a first officer five years ago now, she's been promoted to captain after passing the airline's command course... "i get asked my age a lot more reaction is quite positive when i tell them. they're impressed, surprised." she says she loves flying, meeting lots traveling to different places. a 29-year-old had everything he needed to make one of life's biggest decisions-- the ring, the perfect woman, a beautiful night at yankee stadium, and the camera rolling ready to capture the big moment. but whoops!! the guy dropped the engagement ring in the process. thankfully, fellow spectators helped the poor guy out to find
our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the over the great lakes, we could see a stray shower today - most will stay dry. our average at this time of year). breezy winds could make it feel a little cooler. the winds will calm once the sun falling into the mid/upper 40s. thursday will be mostly sunny and the upper 60s and low 70s. it could tomorrow but the stronger winds will completely move out friday. is expected into next week. our calm weather will continue for another day...and at least into the weekend. however, there is a weather maker to our east, could see a stray shower today - degrees below our average at this time of year). breezy winds could make it feel a little cooler.
be a little breezy again tomorrow but the stronger winds will completely move out friday. our calm weather will continue for another over the great lakes, we could (about 10 degrees below our the winds will calm once the sun sets. expect a dry, late sunny and the sunshine will help and low 70s. it could be a little breezy again tomorrow but the stronger winds will the weekend. however, there is a
be cool again, in the low 60s some good news to share during the heavy flooding. two babies were born during the crest in cedar rapids. doctors delivered both babies at saint lukes hospital. one mother from urbana delivered little hazel -- her third my son was a little early. so for her, i was thinking i worked all weekend and i hadn't had much sleep so i was would be a good day to go into labor." and so that's when i went into labor." another mother delivered baby phoebe. both are healthy --along with
candidates didn't just debate monday night. he sniffled and she shimmied. as jeanne moos reports, the internet and comedians cracked the internet depicted the candidates spewing flames, beams. and there was donald trump... (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "vladimir putin." making funny faces and (sniff). as the donald sniffled, twitter sneezed. "someone get trump a tissue"..."does trump have pneiaumon?!!!" the debate was dubbed "the sniffening." parody twitter gems like this video purporting to be a compilation of every sniff from the debate... (nat sound) the hashtag "make america sniff again" circulated. nominee)
"so now we have sniffle-gate." a nose specialist and a body language expert speculated it might be a nervous tic while others joked about things people sniff that cause sniffing. ("airplane!") "looks like i picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue." ("the late show") "he was like scarface with, you know, more face (big laugh)." the donald has been a serial sniffer before. for instance back when he first started using teleprompter... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "i wonder why (sniff)." presidential nominee) "woo okay." laughing off trump's assertion that she has a temperament problem.
a shimmying cat and shaq and hillary made the rounds. (jeanne moos/cnn national (i shimmy and sniffle simultaneously) weren't nominee) "woo okay.' jeanne moos (nat sound) "(sniff)." cnn (hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "(big sniff)." night-- marking it the most -watched did your zodiac sign really change? all the details on the way.
... really? horoscope readers across the nation freaked out when learning that aries may not be aries anymore. jo ling kent has the latest on your supposed new zodiac signs... but charles - i'm a gemini. all my individual. i love everyone, and everyone loves me. jk - what's your birthday? cd - my birthday is may 23rd. cd - what? jk - seriously. cd - you can't just change it. it's a debate that could disrupt big business. last year, americans spent a whopping 2 billion
businesses in the country. websites like horoscopes.com get 5 million unique visitors a month. but did anything really change? astrologers and astronomers both say no. it all started with nasa-- posting a new article for kids, highlighting a lesser-known 13th constellation called ophiuchus... nasa updated the dates other groups like astrologers use for zodiac signs... leading many to believe they're signs had suddenly changed. hoda from trending monday sg: hoda, you were a leo. hk: noooo!!! but it turns out, that so-called "new" constellation was astrologers, who write your horoscopes based on the earth, sun and moon... say they've always known about the ophiuchus, but never planned to use it. (astrologer sot) "your zodiac sign has not changed. it's not based on the constellations directly, zodiac's is based on the planets, not the kb - to an aries? oh, really? that's ... i've always kind of thought i was a taurus. (astrologer sot)
>> abe: we're still going through tip line calls, and even without a reward it's a flood. >> brady: are any of the tips on xander? >> abe: we have plenty, but nothing's panned out. [suspenseful music] ? ? >> marlena: where is theresa? >> brady: she has a security guard with her. if xander gets anywhere near her, we're going to take him out. >> john: chances are he's probably already hooked up with orpheus and weston by now. and if that's the case, which puts a huge target on our family'back. ? ? >> paul: not bad dinner, considering we can't cook anything. >> claire: yeah, i mean, once the stuff in the fridge goes bad we're toast, but this was really good. thank you. >> paul: yeah. whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. whoa, whoa. where do you think you're going? >> claire: to find a hotspot. >> paul: no. >> claire: uh, the wifi here is dead. >> paul: but you are not, so let's keep it that way.