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"you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered. this is today in iowa." this morning -- two completely diffr happening. the latest on the pipeline protests coming up. plus... belief behind bars. a program in eastern iowa working to change the lives of inmates -- and help them grow. good morning, i'm jerry gallagher. ally is off. let's check on your weather now good morning. eileen on camera from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of
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close enough that there will be pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at the low to mid 40s. track through. highs on saturday rise into the upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and the to the low 50s with windy out the month. after monday, dry weather continues into late next week. upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and the into monday, when we could warm on monday, cooling us back down our top story this morning - violence at the dakota access pipeline site. protestors say police are trying to push them away -- one woman nearly losing an arm. but as paul vercammen reports -- police are telling a different story. very different views from the
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moved away from the standing rock reservation. there's no dispute earlier this week in frigid weather law enforcement sprayed demonstrators with powerful blasts of water. police say demonstrators set fires and tried to storm past their roadblock. but protesters accuse police of dangerous tactics, not just the spraying, but firing concussion grenades, rubber bullets and injuring hundreds of demonstrators. the father of sophia wilanksy, a 21-year-old protester, says an explosion nearly cost his daughter her arm. sophia is undergoig a police officer threw a grenade that hit her right in her forearm, exploded right as it hit her forearm. there are many witnesses and to that, but i assure the citizens of north dakota, the citizens of bismarck area that law enforcement is investigating this and all the facts will be out there." authorities say they didn't use concussion grenades, rather demonstrators attacked them with make shift explosives even rolling one pound propane canisters toward officers.
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no sound of pipeline construction now because the army corps of engineers stopped for talks with tribal leaders. the standing rock sioux say the pipeline route will destroy sacred burial and prayer sites and they fear the pipeline's proposed path under the missouri river could contaminate water. the consortium funding the 3.7 billion dollar pipeline that will run through four states from north dakota to illinois say it's safe. they also say it on december fourth, hundreds of veterans are expected to travel to standing rock to join the protests. continuing coverage -- back to linn county. a former substitute teacher involved in a sex scandal now wants a bench trial -- no jury. former cedar rapids wash teacher mary beth haglin pleaded not guilty -- but admitted having a relationship with a 17-year-old student when she was teaching at the school.
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media coverage -- but since there's no jury now -- it will be in linn county again. it's scheduled to start monday. benefits up in the air. some state employees are concerned about the possibility iowa's collective bargaining law could change. many police officers would be affected. the governor wants to see a statewide health insurance program to save money -- but some officers say they've got questions about that -- and feel they've earned the benefits through their years of officers, but how will that ffecet future cand look at the state of iowa and say well, they're not allowed to negotiate this, maybe i should go somewhere that does allow me, they have better benefits package." this is something we expect to hear more about in the new legislative session. republicans now control both houses and if this is something they -- and the governor -- want to move forward with -- the path
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the soldier died when a suicide bomber attacked an airfield in afghanistan. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. the illinois native was 20 years old. the u-s navy is warning more than 130-thousand sailors about a hack exposing their names and social security numbers. the navy says someone accessed the information after a breach involving the laptop for a hewlett-packard worker. former and current sailors, will be contacted in the next few weeks. the navy says there's no evidence right now to suggest any information has been misused. stolen bank account information eastern iowa police are investigating several cases of atm fraud. kwwl's jessica hartman looks into what you can do to protect your money - with the biggest credit card scams -- atm skimmers -- fraud --- it is something we hear about often in ever worked a case in cedar falls that i know of and there
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might want to report that to the cedar falls police department. i know waterloo police are also case happened here at the farmers state bank on main street, but it can happen anywhere anytime." a skimmer -- the device that collects your account information for thieves fits over the top of the card slot of an atm. they are hard to spot-- but look closely-- "so what people want to look for is it may be off kilter or something or it may just not look right." yellow skimmer is covering up part of the arrow -- a small sign it has your money safe during the holiday shopping season. "opening up a second checking account or spending account. that way if anything is ever compromised with their card or they are out shopping and they loose their card, they don't have to change anything on their accounts that they have their bills or direct deposit coming out of."
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season. 49-million people are traveling for thanksgiving this year -- the most since 2007. yesterday the busiest travel day of the year. millions of americans hit the roads and than 43-million traveled by car... fueled in part by lower gas prices... while millions more packed the airports. a car crash in a grocery store parking lot -- one of the busiest places the day before thanksgiving. a grocery store employee in massachusetts got hit collecting carts. the employee was taken to the hospital -- we do not know how they're doing. the cause of the crash is under investigation.
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as people headed out for their thanksgiving plans. grocery stores here also busy as i am a little stressed my family didnt want to do anything bid for christmas or thanksgiving so i am out here doing it myself, going in here to get the sales and deals racking up in here and get out before it gets too crowded. boubin automotive in waterloo had a jam-packed day -- employees there saying many people needed last-minute oil changes or their tires checked before hittin today is all about being thankful for what we have in our lives. kwwl's amanda gilbert spoke with kids in eastern iowa -- she joins us live now. i talked to kids at schools in hudson.. waterloo and cedar falls... asking them what they're thankful for this year. many kids said they were thankful for their families... homes...and school. a lot also mentioned food... but there were some unique answers...
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"the uni panthers." "my neighbors." "thankful for chairs." "my 100 cats.:" "thankful for everything i have because some people don't have it." "happy thanksgiving." a lot of the kids also wrote down what they're thankful for on paper turkeys for school art projects. many said they were also excited to be home today and to spend time with their families. amanda gilbert, news 7, kwwl living with a mistake, trying to look forward. it can be hard when you're seeing the same walls of a jail cell every day. it's been 20 years since a news camera has been allowed in the black hawk county jail. kwwl's ally crutcher was given special access -- showing us how inmates are getting a chance to
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one of the lessons being taught to these men. but that's an idea.. hard to understand.. given where they are... black hawk county jail... studying the bible... every week. it's one of the programs offered home -- it has for the past 7 months after a probation violation. faith-- not new for kevin... kevin "i've always believed in god, jesus. that came from my mother and also my grandmother, my grandmother was always taking us children to the church." his place of worship now -- the jail library. the men you see here.. dream of
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kevin comes to bible study to heal... kevin "i've read the bible four times since i've been here." something he's proud of... kevin "... self-worth. because when you find yourself in jail, you think maybe people don't like me, maybe something is wrong with me. but that's not the case. we just you know, people mess up." those mess-ups, still haunt every man in this room. stories of addiction, drug dealing... mistakes they long to forget... coping.. ... by praying. kevin "i prayed for peace for my heart and in my mind, because when you're sitting in that cell, you become very lonely, very depressed,
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each man talking about what - and who - they pray for... friends.. nephews.. fiances... those who live.. outside of these walls. deacon jeff harris - with the help lead the bible studies. he says the feelings these inmates share, end up teaching something. we just feel as if we've been ministered too... we laugh together we cry together ..... they show just profound wisdom." a wisdom found in kevin. kevin "this may sound a little different but i'm actually glad i came to jail and had this time ally crutcher: "getting back on track -- the goal for every
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warehouse people. it tries to get them ready for when they're out of jail, and back into their communty. and for kevin, that opportunity is almost here." kevin will be released from jail the day after thanksgiving. he calls it -- a blessing. and we asked him.... would you change anything that's happened to you? kevin "no. i wouldn't. because if i wouldn't have and i.... i feel i have been the jail offers other programs for inmates -- as they try to turn their lives around. we have information about those programs on our website .... kwwl dot com. time now is xxx.
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until the packers win -- even though his home is covered in snow. plus... an iowa holiday tradition continues. "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan.
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forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist rachael peart now for your forecast forecast. information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to move in. the second system is close enough that there will be very little sunshine today,
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rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid warm front will track through. highs on saturday rise into the upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and the chance of showers. a cold front tracks through on monday, cooling us back down to normal to close out the month. happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east the second system is close be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could see some light snow or rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid 40s. the weekend starts off quite mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on
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40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and showers. happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to move in. the second system is close enough that there will be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to see some light snow or rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid 40s. happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making
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that there will be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could see some light snow or rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on saturday rise into the upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and showers. showers last into monday, when we could warm to the low 50s. we aren't seeing it here -- but
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snow this thanksgiving. take a look at this video out of wisconsin -- roads covered and its still falling. you'd think people there would want to bundle up. but for one packers fan -- it's still shorts season. he's tired of the haven't won since october 20th. now -- he's promising not to wear pants until his team wins a you nuts? do you know how cold and slow down and i'm in shorts and they'll roll down the window.. what are you doing?" wearing shorts started as his choice but now his son-in-law put 100- dollars on the line. it's a bet he doesn't plan on
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monday night. time now is xxx. still to come -- staying safe during the holidays. thanksgiving cooking safety tips. plus... thousands of holiday lights are already up here in eastern iowa. stay with k-w-w-l, we've got you
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getting the turkey ready. this morning we're sharing a few
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happy, full and safe. there are more home fires on thanksgiving ... than any other day of the year. that's why you should never leave the house when the oven is on ... and check your turkey frequently. the most common hazard today ... is an accidental cut to the hand! use a carving fork when cutting the turkey and obviously try to avoid any distractions. an annual holiday tradition is now underway in dubuque. reflections in the park dazzling people for the 22nd year in a r it on each year. organizers estimate more than 45 thousand people pass through each year, looking at nearly 80 sponsored displays, and tens of thousands of lights. the event usually brings in more than one hundred thousand dollars a year for hillcrest. "it helps a lot of our programs, extra assistance, andso we use the profits to help those programs succeed." reflections runs through january
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here's a live look at storm track seven meteorologist
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y24zzy y12fy now on today in iowa -- a routine day behind the counter goes haywire. sparks flying and now a wine store employee is in the hospital. plus, a decin workers all over the country -- including right here in iowa. and a breath of fresh air. an iowa pilot taking off once good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist
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forecast. eileen on camera happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to move in. the second system is close enough that there will be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could see some light snow or rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday m the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid 40s. the weekend starts off quite mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on saturday chance of showers. showers last weather continues into late next week. the holiday has a much different feel to it in one part of the country this morning. a deep sense of loss in tennessee after another child has died after a
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happened and the man behind the wheel. reid binion has that story. "it's something i've never never experienced before." community leaders in tennessee -- coming to the aid of grief stricken families... ...amid news of a rising death literally passing out, people all in the floor. the screams. i can still hear them." the community -- absorbing troubling new details about the incident... ...and the man driving the bus when it swerved off the road into a tree. 24-year-old johnthony walker is facing numerous charges, including multiple counts of vehicular homicide. he'll be in court next week. according to officials -- this was just the most recent accident he was involved in. "the driver's driving history did include a minor wreck in september of this year investigated by our agency that's also part of investigation." additionally the n- t-s-b says the bus wasn't even supposed to be on
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history of talley road, we just ascertained that talley road was not on the designated route for that school bus." as for walker's condition at the time of the accident -- toxicology results do not indicate that he was under the influence. "we received toxicology reports back today from the tennessee bureau of investigations that shows no trace of alcohol or drugs in the driver's system." i'm reid binion reporting. this morning, a registered sex offender is behind bars and another person is in the hospital after a crash. the iowate stopping a car for speeding in johnson county tuesday morning. the driver kept going -- before crashing on a gravel road. crews were out yesterday working to fix the pole the car hit. jeff rangel, junior was arrested. a girl was in the car with him. we know they knew each other. authorities were very concerned when they learned he was on the sex offender registry. we caught up with one man who saw the chase go right past him.
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80-85 miles an hour when he went by me. i was in my lane on the tractor, but the trooper later told me that he had him clocked at 100." the girl is in critical condition. rangel faces charges and is being held in the johnson county jail. firefighters are needed at a home in cedar falls. here's a picture from the scene there's damage to the upper level of the home. no injuries -- and no word yet on the cause of the fire. frightening scene inside a wine store. look at this. an e-cigarette exploded inside an employee's pocket. you can see the sparks. "this man is going to need surgery. who knows what result will occur in terms of scarring from this terrible burn. this should not be happening."
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and he's still there this morning. in the rain, a powerful show of support by officers honoring a fallen brother. wayne state university officer collin rose died yesterday -- a day after he was shot in the head near the campus in detroit. officers from as far away as kentucky came to michigan. those who knew him remember him as an outgoing young man, who was "it's tragedy it's tragedy for all enforcement right now it's gttoa respect, a show of honor." he was 29 years old. a suspect has been arrested. another community comes out in full force to honor a fallen officer. hundreds marched from alamo plaza to police headquarters in san antonio. they're honoring detective ben
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wrote a traffic ticket. police arrested a man who said he was angry about an ugly custody battle - and quote - "lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it." police dash cam video shows an officer bringing down a man who tried to ambush him. it happened in idaho. an officer pulls over a car without a plate. the owner is wanted for not showing up in court. the suspect's mother is driving the car. when the officer walks behind it -- the suspect -- jumps out of the trunk -- and attacks. the officer wrestles him to the ground. the suspect and his mother were continuing coverage this morning: a new strategy for pipeline protesters. they now driving around north dakota to get their message out. police say they're disrupting traffic. police stopped several cars. protesters say that was not justified. "i think pulling people over and having assault rifles and gas masks and like your full riot
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the pipeline would run through four states -- including iowa. almost a year after a deadly accident -- a bus driver has been fired. former cy-ride driver benjamin clague had been on paid administrative leave -- making more than 28-thousand dollars after the crash in ames last year. emmalee jacobs -- a center point urbana grad and a student at iowa state was killed. clague was sentenced to 30 days in an accident -- as a part of a plea deal. prosecutors say they couldn't prove a more serious charge against him because it was unclear if he immediately knew he had hit jacobs with the bus. kwwl reached out to cy-ride asking why clague was just now fired --but we have not yet heard back. this morning, there are still many questions about what happened to a two- year-old girl found by herself in wright county. the girl was found in the town
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authorities were able to identify her and she's now with human services. the sheriff says calls from the public helped as they tried to identify the girl and her family -- but no new information about the child's parents has been released. an iowa man could spend up to 25 years in prison for robbing a bank. brandon brown admitted stealing more than four- thousand dollars from the f and m bank in monticello in july. brown showed a weapon and this morning, many eastern iowa families are worrying -- and wondering -- where their loved ones will live next year. yesterday, we learned ridgeway place in waterloo will close in february. more than 70 seniors who live there will have to find a new home. sean brown flew from new jersey this week and says he wishes the timing could have been better. "i"m really disappointed to find that she has such a short time, that even if they are closing
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middle of winter. obviously it's a really difficult time for the elderly to be moving around and making arrangements that time of the year." administrators say they will help residents find another place. they'll host an open house where seniors and family members can meet with representatives of other assisted living facilities. this morning, many businesses are cheering a court decision about overtime rules. many workers may not be. overtime pay for some salaried workers who make more than about 24-thousand dollars a year. some are critical of that -- saying businesses can pay low-level managers as little as 25- thousand -- even if they work 50 or 60 hours a week. the obama administration wants to lift that threshold -- to more than 47-thousand dollars. a judge has blocked that. the court decision means the rule -- which was supposed to take effect in about a week -- will not likely be in place
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new this morning -- the world's oldest pilot is turning 99 next month. he lives right here in iowa -- and has no plans of slowing down emily zink catches up with him to find out what keeps him flying. "there's something magic about it." ernie smith of red oak iowa loves to fly. "you put the coal to it and get about 40 miles, 50 and suddenly she starts flying." started when he was a little boy. "and they'd fly over just before dark and i'd sit out on the hill north of the house." smith was hooked. he constantly thought about flying. "i thought i knew how before i ever started really." smith got his pilot's license in his 20's. the original hangs on the wall at the red oak airport. "that's when i first started flying in omaha." he flew for decades. but in his 80's smith's wife urged him to
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years ago now and one of the boys out here said ernie.. you've got to get something to keep you living." an old flame was re-ignited. "this is his first love, i always say this is dad's first love." in his early 90's, smith re-applied for his pilot's license. "orville and wilbur wright's on it see. a lot of people ask me if i knew them. no, i didn't know them." every two years smith has to see the doctor and pass a medical exam to fly. "he said we'll see you in two years, i said well i don'tin not?" one month shy of his 99th birthday. amazingly...smith still flies. "we went to the guinness book of world records, looked up the current holder, and found out ernie was older." his great grand daughter abby thinks his new record is pretty sweet. "i can actually prove that it's real he's the oldest one." for smith the record is great. but still being able to do what he loves is priceless. "most of the time, i make beautiful landings, but not always." smith tells me he knows his
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but for now..he's just enjoying the ride. now you've ridden with the oldest pilot in the world." "i know that's awesome." to be considered the world's oldest pilot -- he had to submit his flying. today is the day we give thanks -- which is a message we try to pass down to our kids. kwwl's amanda gb kids from waterloo.. hudson and cedar falls all said what they're thankful for. there's some answers i heard a lot... and some that i wasn't expecting. i asked the cedar valley kids what they're thankful for.. there's a few answers i heard a lot... "im thnkful for my family" "my dad and my mom" "my baby brother." " my aunts and uncles"
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"thankful for mrs. murphy." " my school." "hudson school." "and my home." "house" but family.. home and school aren't the only things to be thankful for.. "im thankful for the cubs." "hawkeyes" "the uni panthers." "my neighbors." "i'm thankful for you. me? you're awesome." "food and drinks and chairs." " i'm thankful for the world be "for my life." "the food that we get in this country because some other people don't" " it's a lovely day and i get to see everyone's "i'm thankful for my frozen toy because i'm thankful to give it away." "thankful for transports." "i'm thankful for chairs." "thankful for my 100 cats." "and eveything i have because some people don't have it."
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thankful for what i have becuase other people don't have it... what a great answer.. shows you that sometimes kids are the ones reminding us what the holidays are all about. amanda gilbert, news 7 kwwl. many kids wrote down what they're thankful for on paper turkeys they made.... it's iowa birds get the official word. the president gives them a clear path to retirement. a sigh of relief for them on thanksgiving. plus, as you get the big meal ready -- some are getting ready we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan.
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"now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist rachael now for your forecast forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl
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happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to move in. the second system is close enough that there will be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could
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morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds and highs in the low to mid 40s. the weekend starts off quite mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on saturday rise into the upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and the chance of showers. a cold front tracks through on cooling us back down to normal to close out the month. happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east enough that there will be very little sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low we could see some light snow or shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will 40s. the weekend starts off quite mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on
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40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and showers. happy thanksgiving, eastern iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to move in. the second system is close enough that there will upper 30s and low 40s. low pressure moves close enough to our area tonight that we could see some the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will be dry with decreasing clouds iowa! most of the day will be dry for eastern iowa. high pressure tracks to the east later today, making way for a low pressure system to sunshine today, if any. highs warm into the upper 30s and low tonight that we could see some light snow or rain/snow mix into friday morning. as it tracks to the northeast, early morning shoppers on friday may see a light dusting of snow - at most. the rest of friday will 40s. the weekend starts off quite mild and as a warm front will track through. highs on saturday rise into the upper 40s. sunday features similar temperatures, but with breezy winds and showers. showers last into monday, when we could warm to the low 50s. warm front will track through.
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we could warm to the low 50s. eastern iowa spirit is on display this morning in the big apple -- at a thanksgiving day tradition.
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the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade is in its 90th year. more than three million people will be on the streets of new york this morning to see it. more than 50 million around the world will watch from home. expect to see 16 giant baloons, brown and the debut of a balloon from the new movie "trolls." you can watch the parade right here on kwwl this morning. the big event will feature eastern iowa cheerleaders. the dubuque senior varsity team is set to perform. they're among 400 cheerleaders from all over the country there for the parade. we've heard they will perform around 10:40. this morning, two iowa birds can rest easy. they avoided the thanksgiving table
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turkey raised in early, iowa. another turkey from western iowa -- named tot -- is also being protected. today, as we fill up on turkey and stuffing -- others plans to fill their shopping basket. many get a jump start on the holiday shopping season, taking advantage of deals even before black friday is here. walmart and target kick off their in-store black friday sales at six tonight. best buy opens at five. other stores -- like menards -- are morning for black friday at six
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this morning -- two completely different pictures of what's happening. the latest on the pipeline protests coming up. plus... belief be inmates -- and help them grow. good morning, i'm jerry gallagher. ally is off. let's check on your weather now with storm track 7 meteorologist rachael peart good morning. eileen on camera from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast

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