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tonight. snow has arrived in northwest iowa tonight -- with flakes coming down and sticking to trees and sidewalks across the sioux city area. that part of the state is under wind and winter weather advisories tonight -- with several students in area schools benefiting from their first snow days of the school year today. winter's arrival -- also posing threats in and around sioux city because of high winds. trees and tree limbs have come crashing down during the storm -- this one crushed a roof of a home, causing severe damage. the roof caved in and the siding of the house tore off. luckily -- no one was home at the time of impact. strong, gusty winds -- also an issue here in eastern iowa. gusts this afternoon swaying a crane as workers were in the platform of the crane. this happening in downtown waterloo. the temperature -- starting out
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waterloo. a high of 63 early this morning quickly dropped to 48 degrees around 11 a-m as we take a look at hawkeye community college. tonight -- the temperature keeps on plummeting. this is a live look at hawkeye -- where it has dropped nearly 30 degrees throughout the day. it is 37 there tonight. let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg weekend. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and sunday is sunny and colder and low 40s. temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the
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lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and new at six now, a grand jury w faces charges after shooting a man during a traffic stop. the shooting happened in cedar rapids. police officer lucas jones shot jerime mitchell during a traffic stop - mitchell, still alive but is paralyzed from the shoulders down. the linn county attorney ruling a grand jury will determine if officer jones should face charges in the shooting. that grand jury will be made up of seven random members of the community... five of them need to agree for an indictment.
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he's accused of a stabbing. 49-year-old bruce hanson is facing felony and misdemeanor charges connected to the alleged attack. he's from waterloo -- but the police say the stabbing happened along old stage road near the town of freeport -- in wineshiek county. officers responded to a disturbance call around eight-40 last night -- when they determined the stabbing assault occurred. an investigation into incident is still in progress tonight. with strong winds and dropping temperatures in the area -- it's iowa. but it's not all bad for business. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live in waterloo. yesterday we talked about how the summer-like weather helps contractors -- today -- windier weather helping farmers. take a look... (nats of wind -- 'video also matches text') the few remaining leaves clinging to trees -- means more wind- energy their own northern power wind turbine.
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friday -- consistent wind that doesn't blow faster than 56 miles per hour -- means they can keep their turbine running -- meaning cheaper energy bills at the end of the month. "on a really gusty day where hours to save itself. that helps in the longevity of the turbine." beth says their nearly helps in the longevity of the turbine." beth says their nearly 500-thousand dollar turbine has nearly paid for itself in energy savings -- generating a lot of attention. to ask questions. now that you see them popping up all over iowa, it becomes an every-day sight you go down the road and $40,000 a year in energy costs for burco business owners. it's bad news for hair but good news for wallets." "if it's a really gusty day where you have periods of where it
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wind is fantastic. i love windy days like this." (lots of pad...) most people not sharing the same excitement as beth -- but i was excited to learn -- when winds gust more than 56 miles per hour or change speeds too quickly -- turbines shut down -- explaining we don't always see them spinning in windy condits hageman -- news seven -- kwwl. butters says their turbine is connected to an international network -- and iowa's turbines produce the most energy -- since wind is consitent. a kwwl follow-up now - as president- elect donald trump is transitioning into office, we're checking in with a man who could have to leave the
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to deport people here illegally.. in june kwwl spoke with restarant owner- miguel hernandez- picano, he's here illegally, but, has become a staple in the independence community.. and supporters are hoping to keep him from getting deported. kwwl's elizabeth amanieh catching up with picano today. trump "under my administration, anyone who illegally crosses the border they came." one of a slew of immigration reforms planned under the trump administration. changes that could impact people here ilegally like independence restaraunt owner miguel hernandez- picano. "you go to sleep one day and the next immigration agents, they're waiting, across the street from your house waiting for you to get out to arrest you, you're like what happened, i have kids, i have a family." has a long road ahead - his next hearing isn't
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"one day i come into work with all my energy, yeah i'm gonna do situation, but it's nothing we can do." uncertainty about what's to come under trump's presidency. "deporting all these millions of people, again we need to remember all these people, they're active working, i'm one of the examples of people that but for picano-one thing is for sure-he has an overwhelming community of support. "i'm going to be in debt my whole life, with this people, they supporting me, and they supporting me and my fmaily." miguel's lawyer explained to me the reason for why he has to wait so long until his next hearing is because immigration courts are just that backlogged.
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his hearing. veterans from both the university of iowa and the university of nebraska are marching hundreds of miles... 347 to to be exact. that's the distance memorial stadium in lincoln--to kinnick stadium in iowa city-- in hopes to raise awareness for veteran suicide. people from the university of iowa veteran's association-- gathering their things today-- as they prepare for the trek--- kwwl's kristin rogers joins us live from kinnick stadium--kristin? the plan is to ultimately end up here-- at kinnick stadium-- just in time for the football game as the hawkeyes to take on the huskers --thanksgiving weekend-- the trek inbetween--will be long--it might be cold-- but they are doing it for a cause so "stuff from iraq, this is a
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"we made a lot of these in iraq we used to bunker ourselves in sandbags they protected us from trap nose 762 rounds so everybody asked what i was gonna bring i said a sandbag." some items are literally heavy--others carrying heavy emotions-- "these are all the guys that i've known and worked with that you know have died in the last 15 years of the war on terror either to combat action or veterans--exactly what this march is bringing awareness to. "as a veteran it's devestating because it's just too much, one is too many." veterans from the iowa-- where they will handoff the game football to this group--who will carry the ball--and the message--back to kinnick.
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myself, but in the case, it's really not true." "as of yesterday i had another friend that i worked with just a couple years ago, committed suicide too, it's a huge problem. it's almost, it's an epidemic." they said they want veterans to knoi are carrying on this march--represent the number of veterans who commit suicide each day. this amazing march is being done by multiple teams-- in shifts-- live in iowa city--kristin rogers--news 7... one of the veterans told kwwl he served in fallujah with one of the guys who is coming from nebraska-- he says it will be an honor to re- connect and see him again.
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of the uni-dome. local teams play for titles today. one business in eastern iowa is saying the worst of winter can't come soon enough. and... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar.... chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg will have your full forecast, coming up. "now your storm track 7
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we're in for a chilly weekend -- details. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. r stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a wind advisory remains in away from iowa saturday, the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, monday and stay there forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in
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lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and sunday is sunny and colder and low 40s. temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, monday and stay there through thursday. we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain and wind rain/snow mix tuesday night. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, monday and stay there through thursday. we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night. stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the northwest. as the storm moves away from iowa saturday, the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible
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sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain and wind rain/snow mix tuesday night. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s through thursday. we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain wednesday and a possible in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts away from iowa saturday, the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible friday evening followed by temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night.
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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around clearing overnight. saturday and temperatures warm a few degrees, into the mid 40s, monday and stay to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night. effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the northwest. as the storm moves saturday evening the wind really friday evening foll and sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high some area ski resorts are hoping for some of that snow to make it's way to eastern iowa -- in order to get their businesses operating. but that doesn't seem like it's going to happen soon. here's a live look on dubuque tonight -- no snow in sight. kwwl's shirley descorbeth is
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there now. shirley. that's right. i'm not complaining about there not being any snow out here. however, sundown mountain resort does need it to be much colder colder outside -- and that means snow as soon as tomorrow night, saturday and also on sunday." but that doesn't mean sundown mountain resort in dubuque will open just yet. "so although the temperture still not cold enough to open. it needs to be at least 28-degrees to make more snow." "to be able to put down a base cover all the slopes." last year -- because of warm temperatures the season was pushed back nearly one month. "we opened on december 20th last year, normally we like to open right after thanksgiving." this year...managers still can't say exactly when the winter fun will start here...but they're hopeful it'll be
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looking forward to the colder weather. management says they'll be ready, whenever that may be. in dubuque, shirley descorbeth, news 7 kwwl. managers say they're expecting a good turnout this season...once the resort is open. know it's hard to repeat--- today iowa city regina goes for the seven---peat in the one-a state football championship. and in class two- a, union faces a tough battle from boyden hull-rock valley in the title game.
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state championship friday at the uni- dome.... iowa city regina seeks its seventh straight one-a state
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and in two-a union meets boyden hull rock valley in the championship game. mark woodley has the surprising results. iowa city regina looked ready to continue their record run - vollstedt keeps churning on his second touchdown run of the game - regals go up 20, 19 - and would add to it here - jack jensen deep down field takes the michael conlon pass 68 yards - big play for an 8 point christians ben granstra responds with a great 3 yard touchdown run - the wolfpack tacked on the 2-point conversion to pull even at 27 at half - and regina found in an unfamiliar spot in the third as granstra's second touchdown gave the wolfpack a seven point edge - and they put it away in the fourth - tyson kooima to ben gesink for the score - the streak is snapped as western christian stuns regina 41, 27 for a class 1a state title - "it's one of those games where both teams deserve to win and one team's gonna. our kids didn't lose, they just didn't
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way they prepared all season long." in 2a - union looked to grab their first title since 2011 - boyden hull rock valley stood in their way - but not on the first drive - isaiah vaugh breaks free - and the knight speedster is gone - 38 yards to the house - union quickly up 7, nothing - but it didn't last - bhrv's brett moser to mitch dievekers - the nighthawks scored 13 unanswered to end the half and led 13, 7a second half - knights down 13, bur right back in to it as vaughn breaks free from his own - and goes 70 yards for his second touchdown ot the game - union still down 20 to 14 - and bhrv put it away late - moser finds jacob schafer on the screen - he races 29 yards down the sideline for the score - union finishes as the runner-up - falling in the final 41 to 22 - "they had depth. they had 42 junior and seniors. .we have 24. we knew it was going to
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on third down." in cedar falls, mark woodley, news seven kwwl -- in college basketball in a game that is going to begin shortly--- northern iowa plays oklahoma in the semfinal round of the tire pros invitational in orlando, florida.. we will have highlights at ten. the young iowa hawkeye men's basketball team lost their first game of the season last night 91-83 to seton hall---despite 30 points and 11 rebounds o from freshman tyler cook. coach fran mccaffery says his team has to play better defense. i would like to have seen us play the second half you just can't give them 66 percent. we changed defenses--we went to press we went to zone and we just didnt perform to the level that is necessary. the hawkeyes host texas rio
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thank you for joining us for the k-w-w-l news at six. we'll see you back here at ten
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