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testimony from family members of the man accused of stabbing his ""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." breaking news of shots fired in waterloo tonight. good evening everyone, i'm amanda goodman. waterloo police are fired in the 400 block of dawson street. one home was hit by a couple bullets and there were several children inside, but there are no injuries. stay with kwwl and kwwl dot com for any updates. a man dies from injuries sufeered during a crash - trying to avoid a deer on the road. the benton county sheriff's
to go into the ditch. this accident serving as a solemn reminder to try not to avoid deer on the road. kwwl's brad hanson joins us live now from the telegraph herald newsroom in dubuque with more. it certainly goes against your instinct to stay the course when you see a deer on the road...but in our state, it's unfortunate, but true. collisions like this--deer suddenly springing into the road, are all too not even have time to react--but if you se keep these things in mind. (steve dudak, iowa state patrol) "don't veer for the deer, apply your breaks firmly, steer through the collision, and then safely get yourself off the highway, either driving onto the median, or clear to the side on the left." your natural instinct may be to swerve, but dudak says you should fight that urge. "anytime you veer from something like that, you lose the ability or the happenstance to actually lose control of your
this is the time of year when you're likely to see many more deer on the road. you might see more around dawn or dusk, as they might be out looking for food. there are also physical indicators that show where a deer sighting might be more likely. "you want to pay attention to the indicators of either woods, or timber near the highway, fields where deer may be travelling." dudak says it's just as important to resist swerving if you see a deer on city roads. that could lead to a much bigger accident than just hitting the deer itself. from the telegraph herald newsroom in dubuque, brad hanson, news 7 kwwl. and of course the best way to avoid any collisions--stay alert
colder weather is coming let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your first forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: our tonight we will have a mostly clear sky with low temperatures thursday will be partly cloudy iowa. highs reach the upper 60s to lower 70s and it will be as we head into friday. highs friday will be reached in the afternoon. winds will switch to but most of the moisture stays northwest of us. the weekend will c new details tonight -- trial is moved for a former iowa new details tonight -- trial is
sex scandal with a student. former cedar rapids washington high teacher mary beth haglin facing federal and state charges of sexual exploitation. she pleaded not guilty to those charges. however, haglin admitted to having a relationship with a 17-year-old student while teaching at the school. her trial will now be in tama county and begins november 28th. on the sotry. the judge also ruling today that as a long-term substitute teacher for the school --- haglin is considered a school employee. haglin's first interview with kwwl --- the former teacher hasn't shyed away from the spotlight. even allowing inside edition, crime watch daily, and dr. phil to tell her story. the media attention -- playing a factor in her request to change counties for her trial.
--- haglin has maintained --- it was the student who seduced her -- continuing to claim her innocence. "the student seduced me. he would leave me love notes." at the time of this june interview -- haglin said she was sorry -- but she had not ended the relationship. "yes, we are. i haven't had contact with him in some time, violating a no contact order caught on camera during her the student spending time with her at her new job as an exotic dancer. this scandal turning the washington high school community upside down leading to long time principal dr. plagman and other
again --- haglin's trial is set to start at the end of the month in tama county. a former city council member is sentenced to up to 20 years in prison in connection to sexual abuse charges involving teenage girls. 42-year-old chris king, a former burlington city council member, entering an alford plea which means he maintains innocence but acknowledges there's enough evidence to convict him. this comes afte august after being found guilty of sex abuse and assault involving other teen girls he met through his photo studio. continuing coverage -- testimony today from family members of the man accused of murdering his girlfriend. 27-year-old eddie hicks facing charges of first degree murder. police say he stabbed 21-year-old kahdyesha lemon more than 100 times at her dubuque home in june of 2015. hicks sister and father both
hicks was taking drugs --and seemed very erratic and paranoid days before the murder. this all according to our coverage partners at the telgraph herald. the trial is expected to area woman killed in a car crash. it happened earlier this month on highway 57 near downtown cedar falls. 38-year-old cynthia brooks was killed in the crash. her cousin, charles brooks was serious injury by vehicle after police say he was going more than 100 miles per hour leading up to the crash. but cynthia's sister says she forgives him. "i can't have any hate in my heart because i just knew how he felt ..i don't know what was happening but i can't carry that on my shoulders because i have to be strong."
into the river but police were able to grab him. police are still investigating the crash. police arrest a man they say witnesses a crash --and then beat the driver involved in the wreck. the crash happening last night in altoona. police say 56- year-old steven webb, of pleasant hll, began hitting the man after he apparently tried to leave the scene of the crash. webb allegedly knocking the man out and still punching him when officers arrived. he was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. webb is now charged with willful injury. police are asking for help in a local arson investigation. it's in connection to an incident at the 400 building of the oakwood village condominiums in coralville last month. iowa city crime stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to one-thousand dollars for
or iowa city crime stoppers if you have any information. we have those numbers on our website. an area woman showing her support to a feeling she is all too familiar with. as we told you last night, marine corps private first class wilbur mattern, of oelwein was killed in battle back in 1943 --but his remains not recovered until just recently. an oelwein mom who lost her son serving in iraq says her son was nearly the same age as mattern. "everyon their loved ones buried at a site where they can go to mourn them, love them, and bring little things for them. i would almost think it would be like having a missing person to not have that closure." he will be buried with full military honors next monday in the arlington national cemetary near washingnton d-c. --73 years to
coming up on kwwl... new developments in an officer- involved shooting in which the aftermath was streamed on facebook live... plus.. a family awakens to find they'll be doing some extensive yard work... 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... and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking here's a live look at the storm and when you see news - or if and sports with rick coleman.
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: our mild stretch of weather mostly clear sky with low temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50 which is above our normal high for this date. 60s to lower 70s and it will be warmer than tonight with lows in the 50s, and it will be windy ahead of a strong storm system afternoon. winds will switch to the northwest 15-25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph possible. a few stray showers are possible, but most of the moisture stays highs near 40, and lows in the 20s. it will feel colder on continues for just one more day. tonight we will have a mostly normal high for this date. thursday will be partly cloudy with near record high breezy.
as we head into friday. highs friday will be reached in the morning, with temperatures falling into the 40s by afternoon. winds will switch to the northwest 15-25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph possible. a few stray showers are possible, but most of the moisture stays northwest of us. the weekend will be cold with mild stretch of weather continues for just one more day. tonight we will have a mostly clear sky with low temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50 which is above our normal high for this date. thursday willbe temperatures across eastern iowa. highs reach the upper 60s to lower 70s and it will be breezy. thursday night will be even warmer than tonight with lows in that brings in much colder air as we head into friday. highs friday will be reached in the morning, with temperatures falling into the 40s by afternoon. winds will switch to the northwest 15-25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph possible. a few stray showers are possible, but most of the moisture stays 20s. it will feel colder on saturday with strong winds.our mild stretch of weather continues for just one more day.
temperatures in the upper 40s to near 50 which is above our normal high for this date. thursday will be partly cloudy with near record high temperatures across eastern iowa. highs reach the upper 60s to lower 70s and it will be breezy. thursday night will be even warmer than tonight with lows in that brings in much colder air as we head into friday. highs friday will be reached in the morning, with temperatures falling into the 40s by afternoon. winds will switch to the northwest 15-25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph possible. a few stray showers are possible, but most of the moisture stays norw highs near 40, and lows in the 20s. it will feel colder on saturday with strong winds. "i wanted to hit a home run, and i think i can next year."
normal high for this date. thursday will be partly cloudy with near record high breezy. thursday night will be even warmer than tonight with lows in the 50s, and it will be windy ahead of a strong storm system friday will be reached in the morning, with temperatures falling into the 40s by afternoon. winds will switch to the northwest 15-25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph possible. a few stray showers are possible, but most of the moisture stays northwest of us. the weekend will be cold with highs near 40, and lows in the i think i can next year." coming up on kwwl... a great event to thank those who served
yanez that he had a gun permit and was armed. castile's mother speaking today after hearing of the new charges. sot valerie castile / victim's mother ) 1:05-1:14 "it's a beginning to a different chapter and we all hope and pray that the right thing is done in this issue." castile's death leading to a number of violent protests in the area. the family's attorney says a one family wakes up to find an enormous hole in their backyard. the pennsylvania family says they started hearing crackling noises coming from outside. that's when they noticed a 30-foot deep by 40-foot wide hole in their yard. the sinkhole forming after the roof of a mine collapsed under their home. they did get out safely, but tracey quick/homeowner "the whole house, it just sounded like it was going to collapse. the cracking was unbelievable. the whole back of the house. i ran up and got the kids. we went outside and
hole. and the hole just instantly opened up." crews are going to try to add support beams to help stabilize the home and then fill the hole. the state will pay for that process --but the family does have to pay for repairs to the a group of veteran of cleats --hitting the ball diamond. it's the miracle league softball game in panama city --hosted twice a year. the one inning game allows all the veterans from an area nursing home to bat and field at least once. organizers say it's a great way to thank those who served and let them have a little bit of fun. "for some of them, this is actually their last hoorah, and in the sims nursing home and
respect them and remember them." "i wanted to hit a home run, and i think i can next year." during the opening ceremony, those veterans who served during world war two were given special recognition as the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor approaches. coming up next... the state championsh g begin bright and early at the uni- dome... with don bosco going after its second state title. and we we preview iowa city west's game tomorrow night against three time defending state champion west des moines dowling. rick coleman joins us next on
good evening, i'm rick coleman. there will be six state championship football games in two days uni-dome. don bosco kicks it off right after 10 in the morning with the 8 man title game against harris lake park and immediately following--gladbro ok-reinbeck looks to defend its class a title against algona-bishop garrigan. don bosco enters the game with an 11-1 record and has won seven straight by an average of 59 points... including a 72-0 win over midland-wyoiming in the state semifinal round. the
football championship against a harris lake park team which enters the game unbeaten. gladbrook-reinback enters the class a state championship game unbeaten after beating top ranked st. ansgar in the semifinal round last week. the rebel defense has only given up an average of six points a game... kick off with unbeaten bishop-garrigan is 1:38 tomorrow afternoon. on friday night... iowa city west wi moines dowling from winning its fourth straight 4-a state title. the 10-2 trojans have won seven in a row since losing two straight games in mid-september. dowling is coached by former dike-new hartford head coach tom wilson----and maroon have an amazing 51-2 record over the last four seasons. dowling beat ankeny cententenial 41-17 in the semifinal round.. the dowling players say before they bring home a fourth straight championship
receiver oliver martin. yeah i got a lot of respect for receiver...definirtley a guy we have have to slow down. we have faced some challenges defensively but most team we were able to settle down pretty quickly . receiver wise he is the best we have he is a good player i haven't seen much tape on him i was at an iowa state football camp with him when i saw him play in person he is good i am not earlier on friday--- in class one-a iowa city regina will seek its seventh straight state title against western christian.. and the union knights will be playing boyden hull rock valley for the 2-state championship two former detroit tiger