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a heartfelt surprise as a local family walks into a full ""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is drove my snowmobile. but now i'm not too fond of it." "i love every minute of it. when i see it snowing i see dollar signs" good evening everyone, i'm amanda goodman an we promised it was coming --the cold weather is here. still no snow here in eastern iowa --but that can't be said for the north-west part of the state. areas there seeing some snow today --the first of the season. much of the same up in northern minnesota. this in hibbing --northwest of duluth. people bringing out the shovels to clear the snow. the main threat here in eastern
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the bare trees blowing all over the place. 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 for your complete weather information. 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 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 few dere thursday. wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s.
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more cases with one of their newer programs. the i-d-for-p-d site, around for just about two years, taking more criminals off the streets. kwwl's brad hanson joins us live from the telegraph herald newsroom in dubuque. brad? when this program was first launced, police say they only wanted to go after the serious misdemeanors and felonies. t that requirement, and say they're finding success with all manner of crimes. photos like these, the light of day. the dubuque police) "the success has just been amazing. out of all the they've posted 50 cases over the last two years, closing (brad hanson, @bhansonkwwl) "baxter says before this program was started, similar pictures would sit in this building for months photos out to the public,
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(brad hanson, @bhansonkwwl) "baxter says before this program was started, similar pictures would photos out to the public, they're closing these cases much quicker." "we had one case where we sent information out to our local media contacts, and had a so it's just amazing how fast baxter is thrilled to see "it's basically just further promoting the community policing philosophy we've had here since the '90's. engaging the community, keeping those lines of communication open. and this is a perfect example of reach out to your citizens and they communicate with their department. i think the possibilities are endless." baxter says they have been able
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for example--they've posted cases three times this week, and within a day had very solid leads. from the telegraph herald make sure you follow us on facebook-- we routinely post those cases on facebook-- we routinely post those cases on our website and facebook page. one local bn find the man they saw on their surveillance video stealing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of equipment. this is surveillance video from j and r rental in east dubuque, illinois--here you can see him breaking the front door. it happened right around midnight last night. the store's manager says five chainsaws and five quick cut saws were stolen, totalling about nine thousand dollars. they say the timing couldn't be worse. (tony steiner, j&r rental) coming into chainsaw season, so now is the time that people want to come in and upgrade their old chainsaws, and get
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we're going to have to reorder everything, get new stuff in and be ready." if you have any information on who this might be, contact the east dubuque police or the dubuque and jo daviess crime stoppers. a grand jury will decide whether or not to indict an iowa police officer in a recent shooting. cedar rapids police say jerime fight with officer lucas jones during a traffic stop earlier this month--that's when officer jones shot mitchell. it's still not clear what led up to the shooting --which has sparked a number of protests recently. it takes five out of seven members of the impartial jury to vote to charge the officer. one woman is hospitalized after being stabbed . police responding to the 700
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the victim --28- year-old wendi smith --she is expected to survive. officers say she is not cooperating with police, so no arrests have been made. a toddler is recovering after a daycare worker apparently tries to hang him. minneapolis police say a parent dropping off her own child was able to rescue the 16- month old boy. police say the daycare worker then took off in a van and then threatened to jump off an overpass. there's no word on the motive behind any of her actions. the people hit by the car are both expected to be ok, as well as a dubuque man is arrested, accused of punching the mother of his child through a window. officers repsonding to the 19-hundred block of jackson street. 35-year-old gus lewis, jr. faces charges of burglary, child endangerment, and public intoxication.
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partners at the telegraph herald, the woman tried to nail the window shut, but lewis pushed it back open, allegedly hit the woman in the face, and took off. their two-year- old was in the room at the time of the alleged assault. a veteran mother of four struggling for a new start --- says she now has a lot to be thankful for this thanksgiving. the mother and four children under the age of 11 have been living in their car and at the local shelter since they left a bad family situation in mempe tonight -- the family was suprised with a new home. kwwl's jessica hartman was there to capture the moment. jessica? imagine leaving your life behind knowing it was what was best for your kids --- coming to a new city and not being able to put a roof over your children's heads despite getting a new job. that is the nightmare alexandria davis has been living. but tonight she walked into the generosity of strangers to find
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(( suprise nats)) alexandria knew she was getting a place to stay --- what she didn't know is the community made sure she had everything she needed to go in it. ((nat)) a room for her kids to sleep ((nat)) a fully stocked kitchen to feed them "there will be someone coming over sunday to bring you some more beds, furniture, dressers, dinning room table" "what in the world why me?" a place "not even my own family helps me in anyway. i am new here. i don't know a soul. to be blessed to have somewhere to lay our heads tonight, it is amazing. i didn't think i would get any help. i thought it would be months before i find anywhere to stay. we've been
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getting the kids to school it has been kind of complicated." and in the light of their christmas tree ---life for this family is a little bit brighter. "i just felt like christmas wasn't going to be the same because we are so use to something different. we are in a new city. i don't know anyone. i just new i wasn't going to get to buy them anything. they weren't going to have a tree. . . . we are blessed. just thank have somewhere to lay our heads tonight." by the end of this weekend ---
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fresh start. jessica hartman news 7 kwwl the group taking back waterloo -- is reponsible for all the tears this evening. coming up on kwwl... a somewhat surprising settlement coming in the trump university case. plus... veterans marching hundreds of miles for a great cause.. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm mark schnackenberg has your full forecast,
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let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen 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 northwest. as the storm moves away from iowa saturday, 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 than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a few ds 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 45 mph from the northwest. as the storm moves 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. 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 to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night.
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diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around 10-15 mph. clearing overnight. saturday and sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. temperatures warm a thursday. we are tracking a storm forecast to bring rain and wind to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible in the mid 40s. a wind advisory remains in effect tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the northwest. as diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday friday evening followed by sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s 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. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. a wind the storm moves 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. clearing overnight. saturday and 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
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to the area tuesday and wednesday and a possible rain/snow mix tuesday night. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. away from iowa saturday, the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind possible friday evening followed by clearing overnight. saturday and sunday is sunny and colder 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 in the mid 40s. a wind tonight with wind gusts to 40 or 45 mph from the northwest. as the storm moves away from northwest. finally by saturday evening the wind really lightens up to around 10-15 mph. a few flurries are possible sunday is sunny and colder than normal with high temperatures in the upper 30s 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. thanksgiving is dry with highs in the mid 40s. a wind advisory moves away from iowa saturday, the wind gusts diminish to 30 mph from the northwest. finally by saturday
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clearing overnight. saturday and 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 coming up on kwwl... more state football championships --including the 4a matchup between iowa city west and
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as president-elect donald trump chooses to settle civil lawsuits against him from people unhappy with his trump university business seminars. chris pollone has more tonight. new york attorney general eric schneiderman calls it a "stunning reversal" and a "major victory". president elect donald trump agreeing to pay 25-million dollars to settle three civil lawsuits with no admission of wrongdoing... ( s/ jason forge / plaintiffs' attorney :13 - :25) "both sides fought very hard. you have to respect the other side for the fight, and respect the fact that, in the end, he did do the right being a fraudulent scheme. (nats: trump university television ad) those real estate seminars cost students. many of them poor. or elderly. up to 35-thousand dollars each.
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secrets from trump's "hand picked" instructors. trump long denied the fraud accusations. but admitted in a deposition he did not pick the instructors. trump tweeted in february, "trump university has a 98- percent approval rating. i could have settled but won't out of principle!" but now, with inauguration day looming. that's all changed. the president-elect now avoids having to testify in court. and an appearance before a judge trump slammed on judge curiel is doing is a total disgrace.") more than six thousand trump university students will get the trump organization released a statement after the settlement was announced, saying: "we are pleased to announce the complete resolution of all litigation involving trump
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complete resolution of all litigation involving trump university. while we have no doubt that trump university would have prevailed at trial based on the merits of this case, resolution of these matters allows president-elect trump to devote his full attention to the important
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tonight kind of sluggish.... uni trailed 31-15 late in the first half---when jeremy morgan knocks down a three pointer---- the panthers trail 31-18 at the break. northern iowa trailed by as many as 18 in the second half-- and still trailed by 12 with six minutes to play-- when klint carlson starts to heat up--- nailing this three ball to make it a 52-43 game. karlson is in a groove and the sooners give him room to bury another three pointer--- the panthers are within three....
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play---- klint carlson gives the panthers the lead with another three pointer... this game goes to overtime tied at 59. in the othertime--- its that bad man again -- klint carlson with his fourth three pointer of the second half to give uni the lead for good... karlson finishes with a game high 22 points and northern iowa beats oklahoma 73- 67 in overtime--- the panthers will play 11th ranked xavier in the championship game on sunday class 4-a state football championship decided tonight between iowa city west and west des moines dowling -- dowling special teams come up with the punt block and willie o'hara gets a big return inside the trojan 5 -- the maroons scores two plays later for a 13, nothing lead -- but the trojans special teams -- also special tonight -- all-stater oliver martin takes the ensuing kickoff back 85 yards for the score --
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-- second half -- the dowling maroons increase that lead -- jayson murray takes it around left end -- he goes 8 yards to the endzone -- and dowling grabs it's fourth straight state championship with a 23, 10 win -- earlier today iowa city regina was seeking its seventh straight early - down 19 to 14, but isaac vollstedt keeps churning on his second touchdown run of the game - regals go up 20, 19 - and would add to it here - jack big play for an 8 point regina edge - but just before half w 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 themselves 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 win today. i'm very, very proud
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of them, the way they acted, the way they prepared all season long." in 2a - union looked to grab their first title since 2011 - boyden hull rock valley stood in 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 second half - knights down 13, bur right back in to it as vaughn breaks free from his own 30 yardline - out runs the defense - 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
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we knew it was going to have to be a blood battle for 4 quarters for us to be in it and they did a great job executing on third down." in cedar falls, mark woodley,
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the butterburger is made of just three cuts of fresh midwest beef. nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and the plate. no fillers; that's it. all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts of beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them, and that seals in the juices of the burger. it doesn't get any better than that. and that's the culver's butterburger.
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iowa and the university of nebraska marching a total of 347 miles--going from memorial stadium in lincoln to kinnick stadium in iowa city. it's all to bring awareness to veteran suicide. the nebraska veterans left thursday and are headed towards where they will hand it off to this group to bring back to kinnick. known and worked with that you know have died in the last 15 years of the war on terror either to combat action or carrying important items or 22 pounds--to represent the number of veterans who committ suicide each day.
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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- megyn kelly, chris hardwick,

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