tv KWWL News at Ten NBC September 29, 2016 10:00pm-10:34pm CDT
businesses getting back to normal in parts of eastern iowa as the river levels start to go down. and... the latest in the train crash in new jersey, where one person is ""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." breaking news tonight -- an arrest is made in connection to the death of a four- year-old iowa girl. good evening everyone, in and i'm amanda goodman. thanks for joining us. police charging 31-year-old kristi buss, of waterloo, with child endangerment resulting in death. her four-year-old daughter gracie was found unresponsive in their home back in may of 2015. -- she died shortly after. autopsy results show she died of severe trauma to her head. relatives believe she fell down
have been done intentionally. buss remains in the black hawk county jail on a 75-thousand-dollar bond. new details tonight -- in one of three settlements between victims and the waterloo police department. malcolm anderson -17 at the time -- was slammed to the ground outside the hospital and left there bleeding. this 2014 video shows the aftermath. anderson was assaulted after bringing a stranger he found stabbed in a city park to the hospital in a settlement the city paid anderson 95- thousand dollars for the suit and an extra 5-thousand to keep quiet. tonight --- kwwl's jessica hartman sitting down with malcolm anderson's mother about the assault, settlement, and the apparent current divide in the city of waterloo. jessica? yes --- this comes on the heals of three lawsuits the city settled coming to light last month and then sources confirming chief trelka
the mayor saying chief trelka would be staying -- public comments followed -- including a fiery response from anderson's mother. "i get to the hospital and my son's blood is all over the $5,000 to be quiet, but you didn't pay me." andrea anderson -- the mother of malcolm anderson who is seen lying on the ground handcuffed in this video from 2014 -- breaking her silence on the assault her son suffered. saw the video." "injustice is injustice and you can't put a price tag on doing that to somebody. no amount of money changes how people feel and what you have done to them emotionally and mentally problem isn't with the entire department but the officers who have had repeat offenses. "you know that these officers, certain ones have had incidents, it is not a good look or faith in you as a chief when
with out repermand. that is where i have a problem. not with the chief personally, but some of his decisions, i had an issue with." the police department has been criticized for the lack of diversity with only two of the 124 officers being black. "i would like to see more minority officers. that would maybe make a difference." hartman "would you encourage any of your il to join the police department?" "no, absolutely not. absolutely not. not with what i see here. not in this city." i spoke with the chief today -- he
for what the future of waterloo holds. we've got you covered . . . jessica hartman kwwl news. chief trelka addressed city council this week saying among other things he is working to change the mindset of the officers. a quiet night weather wise -- let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your first forecast. for your complete weather informio fog possible late. clouds light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a light shower is possible saturday. clouds linger into toward evening. clouds this weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon
manchester now back well below flood stage, after it overflowed into the town late last week. this is video from friday, as water takes over a large portion of main street. kwwl's brad hanson talking to a business owner today as they try to get everything back to normal. brad joins us live from more. bushel and a peck is a long time, beloved business in manchester. unfortunately, they've had to spend most of the last week dealing with flood damage to
a peck in manchester. signs--signs that last week's flood water crept into this store. (cookie cole, bushel and a peck) "we had a three foot wall. they predicted 17 feet. it went to 20-21, so of course it damaged boxes dry in the sun. footprint where the flooding softened the concrete. all adding up to a costly fix. "this is our eighth flood. it's going to be up there. more than what you want to think." but they're keeping spirits high, and are back to selling, thanks in large part to their family. "we could not do it if we did not they work their little tuss off. they'll probably be glad when we retire." and she knows the damage could've been much worse if it weren't for the community she loves so much. "the sad thing, something so ugly, and it is ugly, it really brings the little town together. i bet we had 30-40 people down here, half of them i didn't even know." the cole's tell me they're
the cole's tell me they're interested in starting the conversation about trying to prevent future floods in thise many. we've got you covered live from the telegraph herald newsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, kwwl news. the water levels continuing to fall below flood stage in many places now. here's a look at the town of gilbertville just a few days ago when the river crested. the water now falling --but leaving behind quite a mess. you can see the water marks on the door showing how high it got at this business. the fans running non-stop inside to
they certainly had a lot of damage --in fact enough to fill underway --they're not back to normal yet. pat "we're a week behind now, so a week without sales is very hard on me, because i'm just a small business. she says friends and family have been helping a lot to get the business back up running. and she would have lost a lot if feed before the floods. one of the more recent areas hit the newbo area in downtown cedar rapids. this cafe --brewhemia -- one of the luckier businesses. the owner says he was expecting four feet of water after only being open for a few weeks. but thanks to those hesco barriers --he avoided disaster. "when we saw those flood walls i actually had hope, i was like we are going to survive this." "it was a god-send it was a prayer answered, dodged a
he says he feels for the few buisnesses on the other side of the wall that sustained a lot of damage. but he believes they will get plenty of support. new at ten -- one man is injured after his semi truck rolls over and goes off the road. it happened early this morning on highway 151 in dubuque. police s rolled --eventually coming to rest in a ditch. he was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. a motorcyclist is injured after a head-on collision. it happened on dubuque road near raymond in black hawk county. authorities say a car veered into the motorcyclist's lane, crashing into him. the victim was responsive and taken to the hospital with
a former iowa state student avoids jail time after sexually assaulting another student at a party. 21-year-old patrick whetstone sentenced to two years of probation. he pleaded guilty to assault with intent to commit sexual abuse. according to a criminal complaint --the girl passed out at a party in 2014 and woke up to whetstone sexually assaulting her. the student telling wt her forever. decision 2016 coverage -- hillary clinton campaigning in iowa today --addressing the recent flooding. clinton holding an early voters event in des moines at the cowles commons. the democratic nominee taking time to address the horrible train crash in new jersey --as well as
competitor donald trump. she also discussed her plans for potential future flooding in eastern iowa. our campaign, along with thousands of people, came out and helped to put the sand if i'm so fortunate enough as to be president, we're gonna have a big infrastructure program and we're going to help prevent flooding in places like cedar rapids. florida tomorrow. donald trump meanwhile in new hampshire today --after speaking in council bluffs yesterday. trump calling out members of the f-b-i for what he called granting immunity to clinton during her emails scandal. he's set to continue his campaign tomorrow in michigan. for more political coverage --check out kwwl political analyst and uni associate professor, dr. chris larimer's blog.
our website kwwl dot com. coming up on kwwl... the latest in the train crash which killed one person and put dozens in the hospital. plus.. excessive force you don't typically see involving police officers. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up... "now your storm track 7
you've worked hard. retirement's within reach, but congressman blum wants to raise the retirement age to 70. blum: we've got to raise the retirement age. blum would make it harder, voting to cut social security and privatize medicare. blum would even deny social security to seniors until they're 70. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message,
light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a light shower is possible saturday. clouds linger into sunday as well. a few breaks in the cloud cover are possible toward evening. clouds this weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon highs into the low-mid 70s.the sky remains mostly clear through the night with patchy fog possible late. clouds increase early friday morning and it remains cloudy through the day. a sprinkle or spotty light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a light shower is possible saturday. clouds linger into sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon highs into the low-mid 70s.the sky remains mostly clear through the night with patchy fog possible late. clouds increase early friday morning and it remains cloudy through the day. a sprinkle or spotty light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a the cloud cover are possible toward evening. clouds this weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon highs into the low-mid
fog possible late. clouds increase early friday morning and it remains cloudy through the day. a sprinkle or spotty light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a light shower is possible saturday. clouds linger into sunday as well. a few breaks in the cloud cover are possible toward evening. clouds this weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon highs into the low-mid 70s.the sky remains mostly clear through the night with patchy fog possible late. clouds increase early friday morning and it remains cloudy through the day. a sprinkle or spotty a slightly better chance of a saturday. clouds linger into sunday as well. a few breaks in the cloud cover are possible toward evening. clouds this weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze early next week pushes afternoon highs into the low-mid 70s. afternoon highs into the low-mid 70s.the sky remains mostly clear through the night with patchy fog possible late. clouds light shower is possible in the afternoon and night. a slightly better chance of a
sunday as well. a few breaks in weekend keep high temperatures in the 60s. sunshine and south breeze afternoon and night. a slightly interupts a peaceful protest with a controversial costume. 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.
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grassley hasn't missed a single vote. in just six years, senator patty judge missed a hundred and eighty-two votes. state fair board member judge s. iowa economic development commission member judge, missed sixty-nine of seventy-two meetings. the register called patty judge a ?habitual no show.? grassley works.
--more than a hundred people hurt after a commuter train crashes. the new jersey train crashing at the hoboken station during the middle of rush hour this morning. some of the victims pinned underneath piles of concrete --others crawling out of the windows to safety. the train also knocking out some of the pillars at the station --collapsing part of the roof. passengers and witnesses talking about what they saw and heard. "the people in front of me were badly injured and then we just heard people screaming in the first car, they were trapped and couldn't get out." "he came in at a high rate of
block, through the air, took the ceiling out. the n-t-s-b is now leading the investigation into what the conducter what doing in the moments leading up to the crash. a police officer resigns after getting into a fist fight with a fellow officer. the atlanta police department releasing this surveillance video from earlir this year. the two officers were at a restaurant talking about who could run faster. but the argument escalated punches --until it's eventually broken up by other officers. authorities say one of the men pulled out his gun, but no shots were fired. that officer has since resigned. a student shows up at a black lives matter protest in a gorilla mask while waving a banana. here's a look at the freshman student on the campus of east tennessee state university. the school saying they are
"i really wanted to break down and cry but you can't you can't do that you have to be strong." "when it's directly in front of your face, for me it was a sense of is this really happening like what do i do." the student is now facing charges of civil rights intimidation. coming up next... the iowa state cyclones are a huge underdog entering their game against number thirteen baylor. uni-dome....as northern iowa prepares to host
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