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earlier today mark woodley and i drove the tournament of roses parade route down orange grove blvd. in pasadena. there are rows and rows of bleachers set up for parade goers who will pay about 90 dollars for a seat in thosesebleachers. we also had a chance to see some of the amazing floats that you will see tomorrow in the parade here on kwwl. should be a fantastic parade on kwwl. i also ran into former kwwl sports director bob hogue, now
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of the pac west athletic conference. bob b overed the 1 182 rose bowll for kwwl. even though they lost the game 40,000 iowa fans spontaneously singing at the end of t te rose bowl game. i'll never forget it. what an experience. so, it's nice... it's been 25 years since iowa's been here b. lining up at the gate to take pictures of everything. there's nothingglike an iowa fan. oh my! bob still using his classic oh my saying. right now let's go live to brad hanson
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the uss iowa has turned into hawkeye central today, as nearly 20 thousand fans have descended on the battleship. organizers say they originally planned for only about one thousand people. but of course, word got out about the rrly, and it wassannounced at yesterday's hawkeye huddle. that means hawkeye fans have turned out in droves to see the ship. the line stretching nearly a half a mile to et one--but worth the wait for many iowa iowa city) "i think it's probably incredible. i'm actually us navy from 68-69, served in vietnam, and so i told charlene wn i got on hre the first thing i'i' gonna want totodo is reenlist. we won't let him." while lots of fans are getting the chance to tour the ship today,
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more are content to hang out on the dry land. they of course do have beer here--but jussone vendor. and as histtry has shown, especially in indianapolis, that's just not cutting it for thirsty hawkeye fans out here today. that'll do it for us here at the a little bit later in sports -- we'll introduce to a former hawkeye player from decorah. we got you covered live in pasadena...ron steele...kwwl news. we'll also have some more
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fans enjoying hollywood boulevard earlier today. that's coming up at ten. mamay people will be out celebrating newwyear's tonight - let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your new year's 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: an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move across the region toniiht a stray flurry or two is 2016 will be quiet with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures
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orlando had to divert to chattanooga for an emergency landing. 150 ppple and six crr members were on board at the time. kwwl's kristin rogers has been following this for us today, kristin, [hat caused all this? allegiant aiitells us it t s a problem in the right engine that caused them to make the emergency landing. they tell us it was all done out of an abundance of causion. certainly a scary situation for passengers on board allegiant flight 760 out of orlando, tell us what it was like moments before their plane kevin smith/ passenger) "i wasslarmed by a louddbang, it sounded like a small explosion. everybody on the plane immediately woke up slowed way down and started decending so there was concern /n the plane about what was going on, it kind of makes yououthink about what's important, your family, faith, i didn't know what was going on." allegiant tells us it was a problem in the right engine that caused this landing.
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inspected to figure out exactly what the issue was, but certainly a scary situation for all involved. g: /passenger)"it just sounded like we hit something um, the lady in the seat was like i think the engine just went out and it sounded like we hit something, just a loud bang um we kind of ought we either hit a bird or the engine went out."." brouout them here, to the cedar rapids airport where they were supposed to land originally. more than seven hours later those on board can put these imaas into their banks, and breathe a sigh of relief. we spoke with one passenger through social media that told us allegiant was giving them food vouchers while they wait for the second plane, allegiant tells us they also offered refunds for those who did not want to board the second flight.
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cedar rapids, kristin rogers...kwwl news. allegiant had another emergency landing yesterday in rhode island for a plane that was also travelling from orlando, but this time headed for maine. allegint tells us e two incidences are not related. the governor of iowa is sending aide down to missouri. terry branstad along with the iowa homeland securixy and emergency management are sending 45 soldiers aa 20 vehicles rom the iowa national guard to help with the flooding. the soldiers are stationed at cedar rapids, oelwein and camp dodge. theyill arrive in missouri tomorrow. one person n s in the hossital after colliding with a garbage truck. the collision took place two miles west of west union on highway 18 this mornng. fayette county sheriff's department says the garbage truck was backing into a farm drive when a truck driven by phillip white and melinda scribner collided with it. scribner was trapped and the jaws of life were useb to cut her free. th white and scribner and one of the garbage workers were airlifted to the hospital with
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police are called after a hunter falls through the ice. johnson county sheriff's department found jared bushell in a secluded area in the hawkeye wildlife area this morning. bushell was partially submerged in the water and unable to move. authorities put on cold water suits to pull him out. bushell rereeived minor injuries during the fall. a garwin couple is accused of using the city's !mbulance service money ff personal uss. kwwl's macleod hageman digs deeper -- and investigates the state's audit. mac? amanda -- the former garwin ambulance servii president anan secretary are accuued of using more than 13- thousand dollars for personal use. workers mismanaged money. a community of less than 550 people -- (nats... pick-up driving) taken for a ride -- as the city's former mismanaging more than 13-thousand 500 dollars over the course of five years -- through personal withdrrwals, checkss trips to
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after phone calls -- (nats of steps) and even trying to reach them at home -- (nats... door bell) -- we have yet to hear from the boeges. "the communititof garwin is no stranger to mismanaged funds. at this time, the city, state, and even f.b.i. are investigating the city's former secretary for mismanaging more than $560,000 -- making this the second blow to the community, in a short amount of time." anna lori leytham -- the citts former seccetary -- waa charged with first degree theft -- and is being held in the tama county jail. at this time -- no charges filed against karen and steve boege. since the boeges resigned in february -- the city council now approves all disbursements from the ambulance service bank accounts. according to the garwin mayor --
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city council will decide how to resolve the problem during next monday's meeting. we've got you covered live in the newsroom -- macleod hageman -- kwwl news. according to the state auditor -- the county needs to keep better records -- and perform independent reviews of bank statements. powerball's jackpot is now up to the 12th highest in the game's history. no one won the jackpot on wednesday, and the next drawing is set for satuday. the lump-sum cash prize for the winner is $205 million on t te $334 llion jackpot. iowa lottery spokesman kevin kirkpatrick says the last time the prize was close to this amount was in march 2013, when a new jersey man won $338 million. black velvet whiskey remained the top-selling distilled spirit in iowa. black velvet sold nearly 173,000 cases this yeaea. revenue from alcohol sales also climbed more than five percent to nearly $320 million. the total amount of beer sold dropped but sales of beers brewed in iowa rose
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decision 2016... a major shake-up in the ben carson campaign. two top aides for the repubbcan candidate have resigned. first, carson campaign manager barry bennett and communications director doug watts stepped down. carson' finance chairman, dean parker spoke to cnn about t ow "and you ave to remember, up his campaign right before the new hampshire primaries. so, this is not unheard of. it's have been a strategic part /f our team, but our focus right now is that dr. carson wanted work on the efficiencies of the campaign and focus on the campaign leadership and...so, he has appointed general bob dees as campain chairman." carson, a retired neurosurgeon, has struggled in the polls ince october when he was rivaling donald trump for the lead in the republican presidential race. coming up on kwwl, a man is
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trucuc and using to damage a business. and - a pasadena police officer has special interest in tomorrow's rose bowl game. mark woodley will join us live to tell us what that is as our "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." information. here is additional forecast
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the bottom line of this economy is that t is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you shou not live in poverty.
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information frm the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is p psible. temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in e 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be hursday with 20% chance of a light tonighthta stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a motly thuray with 20% chance of a light rrn/snow mix.an area of clcluds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or
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tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days 2016 will be%quiet with a mostlysunny sky thrrgh tuesday with highs ii the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiett with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move accoss the regioo overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a m mstly sunny sky through
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will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures toight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a mostly thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/snow mix.an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures toniggt drop into o e single digits overnight. the first days of 2016 will be quiet with a mostly sunny sky through tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain/n/now mix.an aaea of cloudssill move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures tonight drop into tuesday with highs in the 20s. the next chance of precipitation will be thursday with 20% chance of a light rain//now mix.an area of clouds will move across the region tonight a stray flurry or two is possible. temperatures tonight drop into the single digits overnight. the first days of
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local busisiess and send in the k-9 unit. this man - - curt widen from parkersburg is charged with burglary and theft. cedar falls police caught him inside the wheels unlimited auto sales in the 16160 block of center street. but according to police - -that isn't where he started his night. . . kwwl's jessica hartman has been digging into the detail of what happened. before setting off the security alarm at the auto shop - - the town and rammed it into the shop. take a look. the damage - - making it clear this criminal was determined to get inside this shop. not only is the door frame bent and the door missing- - but the structure of the building has also been damaged. all done with a garbage truck. - common people use trucks or vehicles to either enter a business or try and steal an atm. you know with a burglar, if there is a will, there is a a garbage truck is kind of unique though." the new truck was stolen from wayne engineering.
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truck off the company's lot. police are looking into the timeline of events - - at this time it is unclear what happened between n the time the garbage truck was stolen and widen was caught inside the auto shop across town. we've got you covered...jessica hartman kwwl news. we reached oututto wheels unlimited auto sales - - they are unsure how much the damaged will cost to repair. coming up...the iowa hawkeyes got their first taste of the rose bowl stadium as they arrived for their team phototo. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in iowa it's new year's eve-- an on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans wiwi make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write
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hillary clinton will work to close the wageap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for r milies, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us.
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ranked hawkeyes squaring off with number 6 stanford mark woodley's now on day number seven in southern california -- where the hawkeye fans have been swarming in all week -- the weather is amazing out here today -- we've seen hawkeye fans all over around the rose bowl and the souvenir stands outside the adium -- we even found one gentleman on the pasadena police force who's got quite a vested interest in this game -- corporal bill broghammer was a receiver on the 1982 hawkeye am that came out to pasadena -- a ad he must've liked it so much that he made it his home -- broghammer -- who's from decorah -- has been working out at the rose bowl this week -- he even got some time to chat up nother decorrh native -- josey jewell who happens to be one of his distant relatives -- the hawkeyes being out here this week has definitely brought back
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we e ame out here aacouple citrus college over in the west covena area over there. it was a great time, never had been to california in my life prior to that, and now i'm here living here. broghammer's been in pasadena for 23 years -- meaning he missed iowa's last rose bowl back in 1991 -- but he's glad to be around for this one -- as for the hawkeyes -- they got their first taste of the stadium today as they arrived foror teamamhoto day -- hawkeye fans were all over the place taking pictures -- cheering on the team as they walked in -- the players themselves really seemed in awe of this place -- where the showdown with stanford will it's been a fun week out here -- but it's been a long week -- and we're excited to say we now stand less wait to finally get inside this facility tomorrow afternoon -- we've got you covered live from california
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tomorrow's game will kick off at four p m and will be broadcasted on espn.
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is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more alth in two years thth the bottom 100 0 llion people combinene i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wagesesfor working peoplele ensure equal pay for women. the middle class will continue to disappear unless we level the playing field. with your help, as president, we will. daschunds stole the show this
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year's eve key west daschund walk.k. the city's picturesque downtown was filled with daschunds that were dressed in a variety of costumes and accessories. walked with their owners as hundreds oo ssctators admirere the dogs' costumes. dogs dressed as wieners in buns, sea creatures, a fuzzy white unicorn and even a mobile piata stood out from the rest of the crowd. let's go to storm tracc seven chief for announcer: one candidate tough enough to take on the bully... jeb bush: donald, you're not going to be able
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that's not going to happen. (applause) announcer: one candidate tough enough to take on isis. jeb will destroy isis... and keep america safe. jeb bush: the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out t is with overwhelelng force. announcer: tested and proven leadership matters. jeb bush.
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