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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: another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday. a strong storm system will track through the midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period, with slight chance for rain. the big story will be the wind and falling temperatures throughout the day. any left over moisture friday night could fall in the form of flurries in continuing coverage -- as the white house transitions to new leadership -- today -- the outgoing and incoming vice presidents meet for lunch. joe biden will welcome mike
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residence at the naval observatory. pence spent tuesday in transition meetings at trump tower. his wife karen is expected to attend the lunch as well. no word if dr. jill biden will be there. hillary clinton will make her first public appearance tonight since giving her consession speech last week. tonight, she'll be honored by the children's defense fund in d-c, where she once worked as a young staff attorney. president-elect donald trump is going to have to make some tough the trump international hotel in washington just opened. but the historic post office turned five-star property may prove to be a conflict-of- interest for trump. for example...it may raise ethical questions if trump holds press conferences on the property... or if diplomats decide to stay at the hotel. trump said he plans to transfer his business empire to his children during his presidency. next month the electoral college will affirm trump's presidency -- and one of iowa's electors says he's being threatened. james whitmer- one of six
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he says he's received calls and messages demanding he vote for someone else. whitmer is a "faithless elector" - meaning he has the option to for trump... "i'll be honest with you donald certainly could vote for him or anyone else. and that would be perfectly legal, and that vote would register as an electoral vote. but i feeel that would be throwing my vote away, and so i'm not going to do that." electors have never changed an election's results. house speaker paul ryan will stay in his role for a second term. house republicans unanimously nominated ryan. in january, a formal vote will happen on the house floor -- with a republican majority in the house, ryan is expected to easily win. president obama is overseas right now -- where thousands of people marched through streets of greece to protest his visit. they held signs reading "unwanted!" others said "we
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in the group are refugees from afghanistan and syria -- who are blaming the u-s government for the president was interrupted many times with democracy, just hours after he walked along the acropolis, what is the most iconic image here in athens, the birthplace of democracy. he talked about globalization, defending it but saying there also have to be course corrections that make t and he also addressed the elephant in the room without have very different points of view but american democracy is bigger than any one person." greece was just the first stop in his week long angela merkel in germany as well as eu leaders on friday.
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athens, greece 1:04-1:16 "senior officials within the administration acknowledge they have a lot of questions about what happened in the election and what it means for traveling with the president, now back to you." those who knew a 19-year-old she was shot to death. they want the people who know something to step out of the shadow . friends and family say talasa wright was a smart -- friendly young woman who loved her family deeply. she was shot to death in a car friday night in waterloo. her loved ones came together where it happened -- at the corner of
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in the medical field and she had you." her family tells kwwl she was a terrific student who graduated from waterloo east. no arrests have been made in the case. people with questions about an officer-involved shooting take their protest right to the city council meeting. cedar rapids police say jerime mitchell got into a fight with officer lucas jones during a traffic stop a few weeks ago. that's when officer jones shot mitchell. some want the dash cam video released -- but the linn county attorney's office says releasing it too early could affect the investigation. a kwwl follow-up. blood everywhere. that's how police are describing a crime scene -- as a murder trial continues. 27-year-old eddie hicks on trial accused of murdering his girlfriend. police say he stabbed her more
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according to our coverage partners at the dubuque telegraph herald -- an officer testified hicks told officers to kill him. the defense arguing he was confused and making odd statements. 15-thousand dollars in damage to a garage following a fire in dubuque. crews responding to the area of 22nd street and windsor avenue. fortunately, nobody got hurt in yesterday's fire -- no word on what caused it. people at an iowa assisted living home are given a month to find 60 people living in des moines were told that assistance would no longer be there after next month. a letter says the agreement requires only 30 days notice when there is a change in language, services or fees. they can stay but will have to pay out of pocket for private assistance... i think it's terrible very moves in a month." the company has yet to respond
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decision. passed over for a promotion - the claim worth nearly two-million dollars. the city of west des moines agreeing to a settlement with a sergeant -- two days after chief shaun ladue resigned. she was one of three woman who sued last year --claiming they were unfairly passed over for promotions. the two other officers already settled their claims... of, its hard to explain, and i everybody is ready to go to work, feels like they are part of gonna do.' the sergeant has been with the department for 17 years. new details this afternoon on the search for a new u-n-i president. we know when the four finalists will visit campus. their visits will happen on four
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november 29th. each candidate's name will be announced 24 hours before their visit. public forums will be held each day from 2:30 until 3:45 in the afternon. following the visits -- the board of regents will meet december 5th and 6th to interview the candidates and select a new president. coming up on kwwl
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forecast. details coming up "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for your forecast forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl
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meteorologist kyle kiel. another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change through the midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period, with slight chance for rain. the big story will be the wind and falling temperatures throughout e friday night could fall in the form of flurries in far north iowa, but there would be no accumulation. most of the moisture with this storm system stays north and northwest of iowa. highs on saturday will likely only be in the upper 30s...and feel much colder due to strong winds much of the day. another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday.
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night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period, with slight chance for rain. the big story will be the wind and falling temperatures throughout the day. any left over moisture friday night could fall in the form of flurries in far north iowa, but there would be no accumulation. most of the moisture with this storm system stays north and northwest of iowa. highs on saturday will likely only be in the upper 30s...and feel much colder due to strong winds much of the day. another mild day in viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday. a strong storm system will track through the midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period,
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big story will be the wind and falling temperatures throughout the day. any left over moisture friday night could fall in the form of flurries in far north iowa, but there would be no accumulation. most of the moisture with this storm system stays north and northwest of iowa. highs on saturday will likely only be in the upper 30s...and feel much colder due to strong winds much of the day. another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday. a strong storm system will track through the midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during
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falling temperatures throughout the day. any left over moisture friday night could fall in the form of flurries in far north iowa, but there would be no
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to steal money from a pizza shop-- while being naked and, an airline company has a deal so good you might want to plan a
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boy save his baby brother from falling off a changing table. you can see the mom turn away from the baby -- who immediately
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brother... "i felt like something just came.... i just ran and caught him." the mom of five says her son is a hero. a cement truck overturns in phoenix. the truck was apparently trying to make it through the intersection before the light changed. truck took the turn too fast for the load it was carrying...and it quickly overturned. thankfully, no one was injured a thief is caught on surveillance video trying to steal money from a pizza shop ---while naked. you can see the man walking in the baltimore restaurant here --baring it all. police say he came in through a roof vent -- apparently ripping his pants as he did so.
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registers --but comes away with no money at all. coming up a gift idea for your tech friend or family member. and, a grated cheese recall is underway for possible salmonella contamination. this is kwwl-- we'll be right back.
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they could be contaminated with salmonella. the recall involves these brands: 4-c, homestyle, and cento grated cheese brands. no illnesses have been reported -- but f-d-a testing shows the cheeses could be at risk. the recalled cheese is between november twelvth 20-18 jetblue is having a sale right now -- some one-way fares are listed as low as 34-dollars each way. the tickets are good for monday through thursday and saturday travel between december first and march ninth. there are several blackout dates within the window. the sale ends late tonight. need a gift for an apple fan? apple's latest product is a
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in california"... and shows the company's past 20 years of product design. as with most of apple's products... they're not cheap. it comes in two sizes -- the small -- still costs nearly 2-hundred bucks. coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... whether you call it stuffing or dressing, today's must-have recipe is down-right tasty for turkey day! but first, a look at your latest
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we must have turkey and gravy, and let's not forget the cranberry sauce. after all, this of year that it really gets highlighted. next to all that, we must have a big spoonful of stuffing or dressing, as it's called in the south. and even though everyone has their own
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favorite from the test kitchen. we begin by saut?ing some chopped onions, celery and carrots in butter until the
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now on kwwl news at noon. police
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after some intense moments of road rage. plus, an assistant principal faces charges after eating a cookie laced with pot. and, fake news crackdown. social media platforms are trying to make news more accurate on their sites. -- after much controversy good afternoon and thank you for joining us for kwwl news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher meteorologist kyle kiel now for your first forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with starting
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midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period, with slight chance for rain. the protests around the country, including here in iowa, over the dakota access oil pipeline. the pipeline would cross through much of iowa -- but a lot of the debate -- has been focused on a section of land in north dakota. around the country yesterday -- around 70 people at this one in dubuque. they stood in front of a u-s bank. an organization called "food and water watch" named u-s bank one of 38 banks helping to contribute money to the pipeline project. u-s bank did comment. (adria hogan, dubuque) "i'm out here today because we can't threatened, and their burial ground and their water resources are being threatened.
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reid binion takes a look at some of the other protests around the "water is life!" demonstrators -- gathering in cities from coast to coast... heartland tuesday... finishing the for drinking water. the concern is that digging under those water sources will create a risk of senator and former thousands across the country opposing the project. "we are not going to allow a the companies behind the dakota access pipeline
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"pipelines do leak. it's rare. slamming the army corps of their case to court. the corps -- saying it needs to discuss the issue further with the standing rock tribe... construction. i'm reid binion. the company building the pipline is asking a federal judge for permission to go around the government and keep construction going.... the judge hasn't ruled yet. police in california are working out the details of a case of road rage. it happened at a grocery store. police say a man started acting erratically while arguing with his girlfriend. he then grabbed his crying girlfriend and wrestled her to the ground. people near by stepped in to stop the fight. that's when witnesses say the driver tried to run over those who intervened. the crowd smashed the man's windows to stop him, but he then appears to hit a woman who had already fallen on the ground.
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an assistant principal is facing charges after she got sick eating a cookie laced with marijuana. florida investigators say she got the cookie from her daughter because she wanted to try it for her 50th birthday. "it's out of character for this woman that everyone is shocked and of course it's disturbing. but given what we know at this time we have to take action." she's currently on paid leave at the school. a tech company - social media post about donald trump. on election night, matt harrigan -- who ran a cybersecurity company in california -- posted on social media that he planned to kill the president elect. when a friend warned him that he might get a visit from federal authorities -- he said -- bring it secret service. harrigan has apologized and deleted his facebook account. the company's board of directors said it doesn't condone comments like that and accepted his resignation.
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after she seemed to endorse a racist comment about the first lady. this is what happened. after the election, a west virginia non-profit director posted this on facebook. she said it will be refreshing to have a classy, dignified first lady in the white house. she said i'm tired of seeing an ape in heels. the mayor of clay, west virginia "this is not the way i want my ape in heels, obviously is a racial slur." the woman who made the post is now on leave from her job at a racist. she says she was just happy to see a change in the white house. and now... the growing controversy over whether to police fake news stories on social media sites, like facebook. 62 percent of people get their news on social media. and facebook is the world's biggest
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fire inside his own company, for not doing enough to keep fake news stories off the site miguel almaguer has more the headlines are as shocking as they are fake: 'isis francis endorses trump'. now, growing concern already prohibits them, adding: want the company to become the "the idea that you know, fake news on facebook, of which it's crazy idea." sot /sheera frenkel, cybersecurity reporter, buzzfeed: "there's a lot of skepticism buzzfeed, partially task force of facebook employees. buzzfeed spoke to five of them. they believe the
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frenkel: "when you mark something for / while facebook had no comment about the existence of a site...her chief digital strategist teddy goff telling politico: they blame facebook for enabling the spread of misinformation, saying they "saw zero percent chance there were fake news stories against trump as well. asked for comment, his campaign did not respond. but some experts professor of digital social media, usc annenberg school:
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misleading or deceptive content --- like fake news stories iowa's big win over michigan set off a wild celebration -- and a went missing after the game. one of those belonged to quarterback c-j beathard -- who helmet went on a tour of iowa city -- before it was returned... greg, our equipment guy told me, i guess one of the cops walking down the street saw a kid wearing it downtown or something like that. that's what i heard. that helmet -- and the others
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be with the hawks as they head to illinois for an 11 a-m coming up the latest news from hollywooooood! we'll check out some movies coming
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meteorologist will be back with your storm track seven
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"now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven 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: here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be warm today and tomorrow, with a chance for a few showers friday. the big story will be the drop in temperatures. back to reality here in eastern iowa. coming up .. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be warm today and tomorrow, with a chance for a
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will be the drop in temperatures. back to reality here in eastern iowa. coming up .. a sneak peak at the balloons and floats for this year's macy's from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be warm today showers friday. the big story will be the drop in temperatures. back to reality here in eastern iowa. another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting
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stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday. a strong storm system will track through the midwest thursday night through saturday. this will bring strong winds during that time period, with slight chance for rain. the big story will be the wind and falling temperatures throughout the day. any left over moisture friday night could fall in the form of flurries in far north iowa, but there would be no accumulation. most of the moisture with this storm system stays north and northwest of iowa. highs on saturday will likely only be in the upper 30s...and feel much colder due to strong winds much of the day. another mild day in store for the kwwl viewing area today. highs will climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s with mostly sunny skies and southeast winds at 5 to 15 mph, gusting higher through the afternoon. we stay mild through thursday with highs climbing into the mid 60s to low 70s, but things change starting on friday. a strong storm system will track forecast. it will be warm today and tomorrow, with a chance for
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floats for this year's macy's thanksgiving day parade.
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news, here's david daniel with the hollywood minute. "we're gonna rob it." "smash and grab job, huh?" "slightly more complicated than that." matt damon always seemed to be a step behind in "ocean's 11," but he's one up on the rest of the gang when it comes to the latest spinoff. damon tells "entertainment tonight," he'll make a cameo in upcoming "ocean's eight." it's a female heist gang this time, led by oscar winners sandra bullock, cate blanchett, and anne hathaway. (singing) "24-karat magic in the for his "24-k magic" world tour. he'll launch the european leg vegas... and wrap up in november in l-a, after more than 80 shows. "you're the guy with the case and here's your daily update on "fantastic beasts and where to find them" -- analysts are cautioning against inflated expectations.
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be a new j-k rowling movie about wizards and magic, but it's not part of the "harry potter" franchise, and experts warn it won't do "harry potter" numbers... though a strong international showing could give "beasts" a worldwide debut weekend of 200- million dollars. that's still pretty magical. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. coming up next.. we'll check out what you'll see coming down on the parade route in this year's macy's
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39 days left until christmas. this years festival of trees kicked off at the gallagher bluedorn performing arts center at uni. the theme is "a christmas to remember" and it's hard to forget all these unique trees. the festival of trees goes on until the 20th -- each day features a different event. and -- a week from tomorrow -- balloons and bat york city for the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. this is the 90th anniversary of the parade. karen lee shows us some of the new floats -- and a little bit of history about the parade. from fantasy conception to tangible magic. "it's amazing!" "seeing all the colorful colors and all the artwork." new floats this year are the aloha spirit featuring a working waterfall, the girls scouts' building a better world, deck the halls and krazy glue's fun house.
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"we always talk about the parade as being our gift to new york and to the country and when you get a gift, you never ask the price." now that they've been created-- getting 26 floats into new york the day before the parade-- is no easy feat. all of these 3-story, 24- foot wide, 30 to 40 feet long floats have to come apart and collapse and dismantled down to no more than 8 1/2 feet wide, no more than 12 tunnel." "at a time when there are political protests dominating the streets right now, organizers say what we need at least for a moment is to see these colors, these lights on the floats, the balloons and, of course, these very happy characters to give a different perspective." "we are going to move forward with the greatest country, the greatest democracy, on the planet." in 90 years-- the parade was only canceled for three years during world war 2. it marched on after
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jfk assassination. "the kennedy family reached out to macy's and said please make sure that the parade goes on because the country needs it, and to do so reminds everybody just how great things can be." the parade airs thanksgiving day starting at 8 in the morning. you can watch it right here on kwwl. we'll be right back with a final
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here's the storm track 7 day forecast. it will be warm today showers friday. the big story will be the drop in temperatures. back
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>> >> theresa: i'm ready. >> shane: for a while there i wasn't sure you'd be walking out of here. healthy or-- or even alive. oh, my god, i couldn't bear that, my sweet, little girl. it just--it's just when i was hopeless, dad. i mean, brady's love is... stronger than i could've ever imagined, but he has to let go. he just has to. >> shane: and i will help you... >> theresa: okay. >> shane: in any way i can, but if i think for a single second that you can't handle what's about to happen-- >> theresa: no, no, i can, dad. i can. i have to. i can do this.

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