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kwwl's elizabeth amanieh going door-to-door with the salvation army. she's live in cedar falls. elizabeth. amanda/ron- this river still holding many communities hostage. but the salvation army is making an effort to do everything they can to get into these flood "we've got soup, we got hot flooded areas of town. "with the salvation army, you guys needed anything?" roads and playgrounti sandwiches, i'll take them some sandiwches and some soup too." but giving more than just a warm cup of soup. for ashlee speakar- the flooding taking it's toll. with water all the way to the ceiling in her basement and now no power. ashlee "i don't even know." flood waters so high-her father coming all the way from arkansas to help her. standup "and at it's worst,
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this right here-that keep her going. "i can't believe, just so many people has came and help me." and house by house- soup in hand. leaving not only clean- up kits but a sense of hope. asking how you can help- the salvation army is still asking for donations. they say they have enough toiletieres-but are in great need of any monetary donations. cedar falls elizabeth amanieh...kwwl news. you can find the link on our website at kwwl dot com to make a donation to the salvation army. and many of you are asking what
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are sharing this information for you to help your friends and neighbors here in eastern iowa. here's what you need to do - text the word "redcross" - all one word" to 9-0-999. that money will be added to your phone bill. 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 comt 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: updated wednesday, september 27, 2016 clouds clear overnight with temperatures dropping into the 40s by thursday morning. more
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there is more sunshine thursday. as a result, the high temperatures are a bit warmer continuing coverage tonight... we now know the name of a young girl shot and killed - seemingly by mistake. 13-year-old ireshia parks died tuesday morning-- police say she was shot by another 13-year- old. kwwl's kristin rogers joins us live from cepi i spoke to a man who heard the that morning-- he says--he didn't know her well but she was very polite. take a look at the scene tuesday morning-- multiple police officers--on scene as three intitial suspects were taken into custody. but police are charging a 13-year- old boy with involuntary manslaughter in parks death. the witness i spoke with says his girlfriend tended to parks after the
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her you know telling her look at me, you know keeping her attention and she did pray with her." the remains of a vigil--now sit at the scene. this all happening on a week where cedar rapids students have been out of school-- due to flooding. this incident happening just before eight--yesterday morning. we've got you covered live in cedar rapids--kristin rogers...kwwl news. this is the second time a 13-year-old has been charged with involun months--in cedar rapids. two students and one teacher are wounded after a shooting at an elementary school today and police are saying the suspected teen shooter shot his dad...then went to open fire at townville school in south carolina the father of the suspected shooter is dead the extent of the other victims injuries are not clear yet. (s/ taylor jones / anderson county sheriff's office :11 - :18) "two students that were life
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again- a teenage suspect is in custody. armed officers were seen at the school, and were reportedly escorting children from the school to a nearby church. people in linn county are still urged to stay out of the evacuation area and abide by the curfew times. city of cedar rapids saying 2,500 people will be able to homes and businesses today. however, until the river recedes to a safer level, the public is advised to stay out of the evacuation area crews have been working throughtout the night to monitor any potentials breeches. the city says the temporary flood measures of those hesco barriers have been holding up well. the mayor saying today they need "round two, the city won. the scores now city one, river one. we didn't skunk the river this time. we didn't win unanimously. we won, but there's still
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bridges and roads in cedar rapids will reopen as soon as possible. the flooding continues to affect many people across eastern iowa you're looking live from the top rapids. this is being live- streamed through periscope. governor branstad, the national guard, and homeland security flood disaster zones. take a look at this video out of vinton from earlier this week. you can see the work people did to try and protect their houses, but the water still got in storm track 7's lauren moss speaking with the governor today- she joins us now with more, lauren governor branstad staying optimistic saying he is very
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was.. thankfully the damage is no where near what it was in oh 8. still many homes are dealing with flooding..the governor getting a good look this afternoon. benton county emergency managment says about 30 homes in the area are damaged..and now it's clean up time. one woman invited me inside her home..her basement is filled with water. like others, she lost everything in oh eight..and she is heartbroken her familys going through it again.just 8 years later. the governsa this is one of 21 counties now would expect once the assesment has been done that we will be requesting a presidential disaster designation as well. you can see the hesco barriers are still standing strong- the governor says he believes they kept much of the community safe. the town is looking for volunteers to help with the
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2-11 we've got you covered - live in the newsroom, lauren moss, kwwl news. and some good news there - highway 150 -the main way in and out of vinton - reopens today. still a lot of flood-related closings and cancelations here in eastern iowa. you can find all the latest information on those right now on our website kwwl dot com. while there are some cancellations... certain places will be extend the black hawk county landfill will have extended saturday hours due to the recent flooding. this saturday and next it will be open from 7:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon. take a look at this kwwl drone video from downtown cedar rapids... businesses and homes still half under water in much of eastern iowa here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- so what do the trade deals supported by congressman rod blum really mean for iowa? blum's deals are just one of the ways the biggest corporations rig the system to make more money at the expense of iowa jobs. oh, and don't forget-- these corporations shipping our jobs overseas? congressman blum voted to give them tax breaks. these guys hope you're not paying attention... so maybe you should. the deals blum makes in washington are bad for iowa. house majority pac
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig.
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no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? i can't say that either. woman: huh. congressman blum is a tea party member. we've shut down the government before. woman: blum voted to cut social security. we've got to raise the retirement age. woman: blum would raise the retirement age to 70. then there's monica vernon... a hardworking mom. . monica vernon gets it. vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: updated wednesday,
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north at 10-20 mph, but at least there is more sunshine thursday. as a result, the high temperatures are a bit warmer than wednesday. clouds return friday and linger through the weekend. no rain...just clouds and high in the 60s. early next week the wind shifts to the south helping temperatures warm to the low 70s. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl updated wednesday, september 27, 2016 clouds clear overnight with temperatures dropping into the 40s by thursday morning. more wind to deal with again from the north at 10-20 mph, but at least there is more sunshine thursday. as a result, the high temperatures are a bit warmer than wednesday. clouds return friday and linger through the weekend. no rain...just clouds and high in the 60s. early next week the wind shifts to the south helping
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storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg 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: updated wednesday, september 27, 2016 clouds clear overnight with temperatures dropping into the 40s by thursday morning. more wind to deal with again from the there is more sunshine thursday. as a result, the high temperatures are a bit warmer than wednesday. clouds return friday and linger through the weekend. no rain...just clouds and high in the 60s. early next week the wind shifts to the south helping temperatures warm to the low 70s. storm track 7 chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen
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information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: updated wednesday, september 27, 2016 clouds clear overnight with temperatures dropping into the 40s by thursday morning. more wind to deal with again from the north at 10-20 mph, but at least there is more sunshine thursday. as a result, the high temperatures are a bit warmer than wednesday. clouds return friday and linger through the weekend. no rain...just clouds and high in 60s. early next week the wind shifts to the south helping temperatures warm to the low now we're taking a look over the cedar river in cedar rapids at
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it's still a big threat for many today coming up... and the birther rumor... was it started in iowa? you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in stanley, mount vernon, dubuque and all of eastern iowa and as a reminder for up-to-the- minute forecast information right to your phone - you download the storm track seven app it's free - find it in the app store for any iphone or --------- --------- --------- i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here!
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republican presidential nominee donald trump is in iowa today take a look this is trump in council bluffs today just days after the first presidential debate he brought michelle root on stage- a woman whose daughter was killed in a traffic accident involving a man who was in the country illegally. this was just part of trump's talk a hillary clinton is set to come to iowa tomorrow she'll be in des moines today, she was in new hampshire she and one time opponent senator bernie sanders making a joint appearance at a campaign event they centered their event on college affordability a big topic for both presidential candidates... the barack obama birther comments... they may have ties to iowa. donald trump has been questioning
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backed off on that idea "president barack obama was born in the us. period."- trump trump acknowledging publicly barack obama was in fact born in the u-s. but, with the presidential debate happening this past monday, the birther topic was brought up again. trump stating that he alone was able to get obama to provide his birth certificate to prove where he was born meanwhile, hillary clinton still not born in the us (hillary clinton/(d) presidential barack obama is a man of great dignity. clinton took aim at trump, accusing him of promoting a "racist lie" for years this way now this woman on your screen claims she is responsible for starting the birther debate and she's from iowa! judy rose of anamosa was a volunteer coordinator in 2007
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email back then about obama's heritage saying he was a muslim "i shared it with jones county democrats not knowing that one gentlemen was an obama one," judy says she was quickly let go from the campaign she says she regrets sending the email, but will not be voting for the democratic party anytime soon and kwwl political analyst doctor christ larimer just posted a new blog to our website - kwwl dot com he'll be tracking all of the latest decision 20-16 coverage still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... a student is in trouble for what he dressed up as for school and.... flooding 20-16.... dump sites will be open for awhile to help with the debris we'll tell you where and when ---------
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. in twenty-three years, chuck grassley hasn't missed a single vote. in just six years, senator patty judge missed a hundred and eighty-two votes.
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lopment commission member judge, missed sixty-nine of seventy-two meetings. the register called patty judge a ?habitual no show.? grassley works.
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the mess where flood water is receding. that's why dump sites like this --
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throughout the area. city workers say it's been pretty slow with only a few people important to keep the area green and clean. "yeah, i think it's nice it's a good idea for them to have a going to dump it off in a ditch somewhere, and we don't need that in the city." the dump site at the national cattle congress opens every morning at 10 -- and closes at six. october ninth. a detective helping with an arrest accidentally shoots himself this happening in newton authorities say a man drove toward the officers' vehicles, causing two crashes. when officers approached him, the handgun of one of the officers went off the bullet struck the officer's leg. he is in good condition at a des moines-area hospital. the u.s. house of representatives voting to complete the override of
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sue saudi arabia for alleging backing the september eleventh attackers. the bill now becomes law. it is the first time that congress overrides a presidential veto while obama is in office a high school is now dealing with the aftermath of a student coming to school dressed as a slave for the school's decades day this happening in houston a high school senior was forced to change after showing up to chain... a shredded t-shirt splattered in fake blood... and carrying a bag of cotton. the boy says the decade he chose was the 16-hundreds to the 18-hundreds he admits the costume might be offensive to some, but he says it's part of our country's history and there's no reason to cover it up. here's a live look at the coralville skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. we'll be right back
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iowa farmers dealing with flooded fields...waiting for the water to go down more on what they're doing at six storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your forecast.
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. breaking news, school shooting horror, at an elementary school when a gunman eaches fire on students and a teacher. tonight the suspect and alleged link to another crime scene nearby. critical voters, brand new poll shows trouble for trump with women as his controversy deepens and clinton courts millennials with a former rival. deadly encounter, protests erupt after police kill an unarmed african-american man. why they say they thought he was aiming a weapon. mystery at sea -- a mother and a son go on a fishing trip and only he is found alive a week later. now it's revealed he is a person of interest in an unsolved murder. and air rage -- what's behind a startling rise in

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