tv KWWL News at Five NBC October 26, 2015 5:00pm-5:30pm CDT
wednesday will be in the 40s to about 50 with a gusty northwest wind. not the nicest of days ahead to be outside. clouds continue to cover the sky tonight. we are tracking ran forecast to move into the area tuesday morning and continue ead in benton county and tonight, authorities say the situation is suspicious -- a homicide investigation is underway. authorities were called to a home in the 3200 block of 59th street trail -- that's a shellsburg address, just before noon yesterday. eight hours earliers -- police were called to the same area for a report of a stolen truck. later that day, a second truck was reported missing. we now know an arrest was made regarding one of those missing vehicles... 31-year-old david miller is now facing charges in relation to that first
kwwl's kristin rogers has been trying to make sense of all of and a murder is being investigated all in the same area within hours, kristin what are authorities saying? they have not said whether all the crimes are connected, we do know david miller is being investigated for other charges, we have not been told what those charges are whether it's the other vehicle that was taken, the death of this woman, or possibly seperate charges..... theeowner of the truck that was taken says he saw miller take it, even running outside to confront him... a neighbor with surveillence cameras at his home has video of the trrk lights coming on -- you're looking at the video right now... you can see legs running toward the truck... these same neighbors say they found the body...and the body was in miller's driveway.... driveway, just talktting, and one of the neighbors seen blood on the ground. we
followed it up to the house, an uh there was a lady on the none of the neighbors seemed to be familiar with david miller -- they say he just moved to the neighborhood ten days ago... they said he lived in this home but they had ooly seen him a couple of times before... i talked to dci agent richard rahn today on the phone, he would not tell me whether they believe the thefts are related to the woman's death, but the deputy on scene today told me there is no need for anyone to be worried.... we've got you covered live in benton county, kristin rogers ...kwwl news. both of the trucks that were taken were found crashed, one into a tree, the other into construction equiptment. we will have more on this story tonight at 6... one person is confirmed dead in a shooting incident in the quad
a spokeswoman for the city of bettendorf says police were called shortly after two o'clock to reports of an active shooter. the suspect on the scene fired one round into their head. a witness who was in the marine recruiting center said he heard shots fired at a nearby law office. he says he heard screaming and th what appeared to be the gunman try to reload his gun. a marine spokesman says all personnel from the recruiting center are accounted for and unharmed. continuing coverage -- police are looking for a driver who hit a 13-year-old girl and then took off. it all happened around one sunday morning at the intersection of broadway street and riehl street. isha dixon is back at home in waterloo tonight. she was taken to iowa city with injuries to her face. kwwl's jessica hartman talked with the girl's mother who is asking for answers. that's right . . . its been more
than 36 hours since the accident - - but she still can't believe a driver would hit someone and not stop. live with themselves, knowing that they left my hild in her nearby kwick star from her aunt's house - - for a drink when the driver - according to the cousin -sped up as they crossed the street and then continued on with out stopping. johnson "i just want to find him cause he hurt her." hartman "here in the day light, as you can see behind me, there are no skid marks traveling parallel to broadway that would indicate that the and her cousin out so late. mom "my sister's asleep they decide to do kids supid stuff. go out the house and go to the store.that almost ade her lose her live over a pop. which if she was at home, she would have already knew, i'd a said swollow your spit. you don't
it is a mistake sonya says her daughter will be living with the rest of her life. lyisha has broken bones in her face and is missing her front teeth - - something she will have to go back to iowa city to fix. we've got you covered live in waterloo...jessica hartman kwwl news. if you have any information about the driver of a dark colored four door car with possible damage to the right front bumper - - you can call waterloo police. a waterloo teen missing for days -- now has his family worried. they say he needs his medicine. moe sed was last seen at his home in waterloo thursday afternoon. he's a refugee from burma and speaks accented english. his family says he has special needs and they're worried because he needs his medicine.
"please help us find him. we are really worried about him as his parents. we haven't seen him for days and we really want to see his face." his mother says he doesn't know his address or how to use a pay phone. if you have any information please contact police. a strong earthquake in northern afghanistan shook buildings from kabul to new delhi, cut power and communications in some areas and caused dozens of deaths, mainly in afghanistan and pakistan. nbc's ron mott reports from london. a powerful seven- point-five magnitude earthquake rocked parts of afghanistan and pakistan this morning, causing widespread causalities and collapsing buildings. the associated press reported the initial death toll in both countries as at least 46.
authorities in afghanistan say about a dozen children at an all girls school there died in a stampede as people tried to evacuate the building. the death toll is expected to rise throughout the day as communications were knocked off-line for some time in the aftermath. witnesses say the shaking lasted longer than a minute, triggering mudslides in some areas and avalanches in some snow-capped mountains in that region. afghanistan's chief executive abdullah abdullah tweeted it was the strongest earthquake felt there in recent decades. the epicenter was about 150 miles from kabul and could be felt as far away as india. (on cam) s/ ron mott/ nbc news/ london, england :47-:57 "pakistan's non combat-army units were also placed on stand by for emergency relief assignments and already again, the death toll is expected to rise as reports begin to pour in from other areas. coming up...a new study suggests the meats we all love to eat might be harmful to our health. and....smoking could get tougher
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--------- --------- --------- "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." 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: clouds continue to cover the sky tonight. we are tracking rain forecast to move into the area tuesday morning and continue into wednesday morning before tapering off. rain amounts in most locations will range from 0.50-1.00" isolated higher amounts are possible. high temperatures
wednesday will be in the 40s to about 50 with a gusty northwest wind. not the nicest of days ahead to be outside. clouds continue to cover the sky tonight. we are tracking rain forecast to move into the area tuesday morning and continue into wednesday morning before tapering off. rain amounts in most locations will range from 0.50-1.00" isolated higher amounts are possible. high temperatures wednesday will be in the 40s to about 50 with a gusty northwest wind. not the
outside. clouds continue to cover the sky tonight. we are tracking rain forecast to move into the area tuesday morning and continue into wednesday morning before tapering off. rain amounts in most locations will range from 0.50-1.00" isolated higher amounts are possible. high temperatures wednesday will be in the 40s to about 50 with a gusty northwest wind. not the nicest of days ahead to be outside. clouds continue to cover the sky tonight. we are tracking rain forecast to move into the area tuesday morning and continue
into wednesday morning before tapering off. rain amounts in most locations will range from 0.50-1.00" isolated higher amounts are possible. high temperatures wednesday will be in the 40s to about 50 with a gusty northwest wind. not the bond. that's according to a new study. being recalled after possible gas leaks. find out if your car is one of them. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in janesville, shellsburg, watkins and all of eastern iowa --------- ---------
organization report released today says bacon, sausage and other processed meats cause cancer.. some previous research has suggested a possible link between red meats and cancer ... ... but now, the study says there's strong evidence, that all processed meats can cause the deadly disease. for more details, kwwl's lauren moss spoke with health and meat experts...but lauren, they are saying people shouldn't panic... that's right, as we know, understanding cancer is very difficult but health experts say you should focus on keeping up a healthy and active lifestylye...more than worrying about any
individual food. . the world health organization says eating your risk for cancer by almost 20-percent.. that's some alarming news when you think about all tastes good that's even better yet but meat experts like mark ratkovich say eating meat is certainly not a death sentence by any means. "as far as burgers and brats and steaks and things like that..i don't think there's anything to fear as far as dying or anything like that. lauren moss- when calculating cancer risk it's important to consider a person's overall health, their diet and control. professor robert picard- "the bottom line in nutrition is to eat a little bit of as many different things as possible, but never to eat too much of one thing." and mark..who deals with raw meat everyday, agrees. i eat plenty of meat myself you and in response to this new report...the executive director of the iowa beef including beef, have been proven to cause any type of cancer. cancer risk isn't about diet alone but rather many factors
a local dietician in waterloo, says you can lower your cancer risk by choosing lean cuts of read meat and by eating more foods linked to cancer prevention , like fruits and veggies. we've got you covered, lauren the report puts processed meat in the same cancer- causing category as cigarettes. but it's important to know...it says, eating processed meats may double your risk for cancer..while smoking multiplies that risk, by as much as 20 times.
the vast majority of adults who smoke started as teenagers. that's one reason the american academy of pediatrics says people should be 21 to buy tobacco. hawaii and new york city have already passed such laws. this includes electronic cigarettes. the a-a-p recommends increased restrictions on flavored products that may be especially appealing to kids. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five...one kid is dead after being hit by a bus. and....after controversial situations involving police officers, one city's police department is getting body --------- --------- ---------
another recall -- this one from nissan and it includes nearly 59- thousand cars. it covers certain 2013 to 2016 altimas and some 2016 maximas...as well as some 2014 to 2016 teana sedans made in russia... if you would get into a crash, fuel could leak from a seal between the gas tank and the fuel sending unit and cause a fire. a man is injured following a crash. the crash took place on highway 20 in delaware county. the iowa state patrol say dale schindler lost control of his semi and went through the median to
the other side of the road. the semi rolled on its side and crashed into an ditch. schindler was taken to mercy hospital in dyersville. charges are not expected to be filed against a bus driver who hit and killed a five-year-old. the accident happened this morning in macon county, alabama. witnesses say the child bent down in front of the bus to pick up his backpack just before he was hit. authorities say what happened appears to be a "tragic accident" that wasn't criminal. a maryland state trooper shot and killed a suspect at a gas station. the incident happened this morning in frederick. troopers noticed a vehicle that was reported stolen. when they went up to the car, the suspect got into the car and rammed it into one of the police cars. when the suspect got out of the car, one of the troopers shot him. the situation is still under investigation. the baltimore police department is rolling out a new body camera program.
the department says officers in various units throughout the department will test three different camera systems. the pilot program will run through december. officers will have the discretion to "disengage the camera" during an investigation. here's a live look at the hawkeye community college skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. we'll be right back --------- --------- ---------
a big health alert tonight. do processed meats cause cancer. a warning about eating hot dogs, bacon sausage and cold cuts. world health organization putting them in the same risk category as spoking and asbestos. homecoming horror, four killed including a toddler. so many more badly injured when a car plows through a crowd. what the driver's family is revealing about her. a mystery at sae. a dream vacation turned into a deadly nightmare as a whale watching ship sinks. rescuers scramble to pull people from the frigid waters. what happened. too many tests.