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7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: low pressure is moving just north of the iowa- will be spinning around the storm system, creating low visibility at times. any accumulation would likely be on grassy surfaces, with areas overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy over the next d weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be people are dead, four children
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outbreak hit several southern states overnight. among the hardest hit areas was the northeast alabama - tennessee border... tim pham has more for us this afternoon. ripped through the southeast destroying many homes and businesses. right now we're in a community that is at a stand-still. power is out everywhere in benton, tn where down, the roof was torn off and debris is blocking several roads and shutting down some major highways. we spoke with the benton chief of police he tells tells us that there are at least a few fatalities. right now a shelter is open for those displaced from the tornado at the local high school. the national weather service say they expect the flash-flood warning to last through early afternoon. back to you.
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buildings have burned in the tennessee wildfires. the national park service says the fires have burned 15-thousand acres so far. the mayor of gatlinburg -- who lost his own home -- says his town will difficult thing to watch... "it happened so fast it was basically running for their lives." spa -- with more than 100 buildings -- has likely been destroyed.. the flames came extremely close to dollywood... but the theme park was spared significant damage. the park is closed until friday. employees plan to focus their efforts the next two days on supporting the community. a vigil is held to remember brazilian soccer players killed in a plane crash. the charter plane went down monday night with 68 passengers
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71 people died in the crash. six had been rescued alive - but one later died in hospital. two pipeline protesters, who chained themselves to equipment in iowa, are now behind bars. they ran past security to the construction site in pilot mound. that's in boone county -- in central iowa. they chained their wrists together inside a p-v-c pipe. firefighters cut the pipe. a state patrol plane was called "we fully understand the risk of deeply believe water is life therefore we must do everything in our human capacity to protect it." there aren't a lot of active pipeline construction sites left in iowa. the area along the des moines river is the one of the last iowa. that's why protesters are focusing on it. new details in a multi-state
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men could have fixed more games -- had the conspiracy not been discovered.. eddie tipton worked for the iowa lottery. he's accused of fixing games to win - he's set to go on trial in february. his brother tommy also charged in the case and is set to stand trial in texas in january. a cedar rapids man -- arrested for having child porn on his cell phone. and it was found whiile the phone was being repaired. employees at batteries and bulbs saw it on the phone -- and then and now faces charges. new at noon: criminal charges will not be filed against the charlotte, north carolina police officer who shot and killed an african american driver. today, the mecklenburg county district attorney announced that officer brentley vinson won't be prosecuted for shooting keith scott back in september. both vinson and scott are african american. the shooting sparked days of protests, riots and demonstrations. police are concerned this announcement could prompt another round of
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between police and citizens in which deadly force is used are among the most important cases my office will ever handle. we have a duty to objectively analyze the totality of the evidence and circumstances and that means we must face difficult issues." police today say officers saw scott with a handgun and marijuana before they even approached him. working toward a solution to stop the violence. this year the city of waterloo has seen three murders -- all victims under the age of 23. community members want to know how they can help. the naacp held a work session, trying to come up with they don't need us to just talk all day and everyday about what we can and can't do. we can change this community.
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the groups filled out forms with their ideas and set up work groups to start implementing the suggestions. continuing to gather information -- but the process could take months. iowa senator chuck grassley hears back from the v-a --after an iowa veteran takes his own life. curtis gearhart's family says he felt guilty after losing fellow soldiers while serving overseas. he turned to the des moines v-a for help -- but was told it would fighting for answers -- but the v-a says it could take another this morning, pope francis met with film director martin scorsese. the meeting comes a day before the film "silence" makes its world premiere at the vatican. "silence" documents the persecution of jesuit missionaries in 17-century japan. scorsese presented the pope with two paintings with the theme "hidden christians." the pontiff offered him and his
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final -- candidate in the running to become u-n-i's next president. right now, mark nook is the chancelor at montana state university in billings. he has ties to the state of iowa. he received his master of science degree in astrophysics at iowa state n 1983. today, there's a public forum with jim wohlpart, another finalist for the u-n-i job. it starts at 2:30 at maucker union. wohlpart's been serving as interim president since bill ruud left earlier this year. yesterday, neil theobald visited campus. he resigned from his post at temple university earlier this year. after the u-n-i campus visits, the board of regents will meet with the finalists next week and name coming up.. it's looking a lot like christmas at the white house. this years decorations honor service members. and, how the number of house you sleep can be affecting the economy. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook.
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temperatures. a few snow "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally "now your storm track 7 forecast on kl. let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for your for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good afternoon, i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. low pressure is moving just north of the iowa- minnesota line through the day wednesday. areas of light snow will be spinning around the storm system, creating low visibility at times. any accumulation would likely be on grassy surfaces, with areas north of highway 30 seeing less than one inch. overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall
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begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy over the next few days weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday there is the potential for a snow or rain/snow mix. we will keep an eye on this situation. we are watching a system for the middle of next week that could bring quite a bit of windy, rain and/or snow to parts of the midwest. we will be keeping a close eye north of the iowa- minnesota line through the day wed. spinning around the storm system, creating low visibility at times. any accumulation would likely be on grassy surfaces, with areas north of highway 30 seeing less than one inch. overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy over the next few days weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday there is
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keep an eye on this situation. we are watching a system for the middle of next week that could bring quite a bit of windy, rain and/or snow to parts of the midwest. we will be keeping a close eye on the development and track. low pressure is moving just r wednesday. areas of light snow will be spinning around the storm system, creating low visibility at times. any accumulation would likely be on grassy surfaces, with areas north of
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overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy few days weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday
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rain/snow mix. we will resorts getting ready for the season. about 16 inches of snow has fallen in the last week in breckenridge... which is keeping public works departments working round the clock to keep up. coming up on kwwl.. some fun during the holidays facebook is bringin' back
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and, one greenbay packers fan is happy his team is starting to because of a bet he made
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the first lady showing the house to military families. the decorations include a tree and flag display featuring some of the military families the obamas have met over the years. a tree decorated with gold ornaments honors soldiers who lost their lives serving the country.
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send messages to service members. tonight, in new york city, a favorite holiday tradition takes place, as the rockefeller center christmas tree is lit. thousands are expected to watch it happen in person... the tree lighting will also be shown live right here on kwwl tonight at seven. the first tree at rockefeller center was put up by construction workers in 19-31... and the first official tree lighting took place in 19-33. win -- one wisconsin man can finally wear pants again. the man said he would only wear shorts until the green and gold came out on top -- no matter eagles -- he's finally in the clear. but -- he says he's going "i decided, i think my shorts winning now." he says he actually prefers wearing shorts -- and he's thankful it
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classic video games coming soon to facebook near you.. for your enjoyment! and, why the economy is counting on you getting a good night sleep.. this is kwwl-- we'll be right back.
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health ... and the nation's economy. a new study from the rand corporation found sleep deprivation leads to the loss of more than one million working days a year. researchers estimate that -- along with a tired, less productive workforce -- costs the economy more than 400 billion dollars a year! people who sleep less than six hours a night also have a 13-percent higher risk of early death ... than those who get seven to nine hours of shut-eye. facebook is bringing classic video games like "pac-man" and "space invaders" to its users. it's rolling out a new and free feature called "instant games." it lets you play video games solo on facebook news feed or challenge friends and play within the messenger app. the aim is to keep people on facebook as long as possible, which is easier -- with more content available on our
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more interesting --- netflix will now allow you to watch shows offline. today netflix announced members now have the option to download movies and shows to watch offline later. the feature is free with all netflix memberships. members will want to make sure they have the most recent netflix app on their devices to access the new "download" button. for right now there are some limitations on what shows can be downloaded. netflix competitor, amazon prime, started offline downloads coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... howie will show us an easy chicken dish that you might want to try for dinner tonight. but first, a look at your latest numbers from wall street and the when it comes to making dinner during the week the last
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us with a full sink of dishes. so with that in mind, we came up with a fill-you-up meal that all you have to do is mix, pour and bake. there's nothing to it. we start off by combining bottled parmesan dressing with some chicken broth, a bit of dijon before we toss in a whole cut up chicken. once that's coated, we
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this with drumsticks or all white meat. that's really that's up to you. a little paprika goes on top before roasting it for about an hour. you could even before and just pop it in the oven when you walk in the door. and by the time you open the mail and make a salad, recipe for what we call,
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contestant is being called a winner by doing something for the first time-- plus, with holiday shopping comes what you need to know to prevent that from happening to you! and, a couple is asking for justice after an evergreen tree that served as memorial was chopped down and stolen their home. good afternoon and thank you for joining us for kwwl news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for
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flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy over the next few days weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday there is the potential for a snow or rain/snow mix. we will keep an eye on this situation. we are watching a system for the middle of next week that could bring quite to parts of the midwest. we will be keeping a close eye on the development and track. low pressure is moving just north of the iowa- minnesota line through the day today -- the democrats decide to keep leadership the same. nancy pelosi has been re-elected as the house democratic leader.
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12 years. outgoing vice president joe biden will be honored on the senate floor next month by senators from both sides of the political aisle. senator chris coons led the charge to honor biden. coons holds the same seat from delaware that biden held for more than three decades -- before becoming vice president. there will be no vote recount -- done by hand -- in wisconsin. green party presidential candidate jill stein has been presidential vote in that state. a judge says the recount will begin today -- but it will be done by a machine. the judge saying stein's attorney did not prove a hand recount was necessary. mitt romney is now praising the president-elect months after calling donald trump a phony. romney had dinner with trump last night -- the second time considered for secretary of the last few weeks, he has i've seen in the transition effort. the people he's selected
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people, and some of them i know very well." reince priebus, who will be the white house chief of staff, also met with trump and romney. a sixth felon from waterloo is convicted and sentenced for voting illegally in the 2012 presidential election. a judge fining robert anthony 750 dollars and ordered him to do anthony was one of eight people from waterloo -- with prior felonies -- charged with voting in 2012. prosecutors say they lost their voting rights because of their prior convictions. precinct workers did not check an electronic database of inelligble felons. a kwwl follow-up this morning. the ohio state community comes together for a "buckeye strong" event on campus. this comes after someone plowed a car into people, then started slashing with a knife. eleven people got hurt. the university president urging people to move forward in a
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encourage everyone in our buckeye community to think clearly about that. an officer shot and killed the suspect. a vigil held in honor of an officer killed in the line of duty. fellow officers call collin rose a great talent and a great officer for the community. the wayne state university university officer was shot the suspect was later arrested. a miraculous recovery. a boy who nearly died after getting hit by a car is now communicating with his family. leighton pullin was hit by a car crossing a waterloo street last month. the seven-year- old was rushed to iowa city and has been recovering ever since. the family invited kwwl's lauren moss into leighton's hospital room - to check in on his recovery. give me a thumbs up... a thumbs up....an act of he went like this and i said if
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was the best feeling in the world. i just wanted to leave work and i did and got here as soon as i could. it's a sign his family has if you ever want to see a miracle this is a miracle, we never thought we would see time i was down in iowa city docotors told me they didnt think he would ever come out of the way he was. his doctors and nurses at covenant's rehab center, are there's a long road ahead-leighton strong..that's our nickname for him, but leighton is fighting hard each and every day.. "it is
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as you can imagine, h family- a family friend is asking for christmas gifts to send to leighton -- with super-heros at the top of his list.
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for your forecast forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good afternoon, i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. low pressure is moving just north of the iowa- minnesota line through the day wednesday. areas of light snow will be spinning around the storm system, creating low
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any accumulation would likely be on grassy surfaces, with areas north of highway 30 seeing less than one inch. overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper over the next few days weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday there is the potential for a snow or rain/snow mix. we will
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middle of next week that could bring quite a bit of windy, rain and/or snow to parts of the midwest. we will be keeping a close eye on the development and track. low pressure is moving just north of the iowa- minnesota line through the day wednesday. areas of light snow will be spinning around the storm system, creating low visibility at times. surfaces, with areas north of highway 30 seeing less than one inch. overnight, a few lingering flurries are possible. as temperatures fall to near freezing (32f), fog is possible. december begins with near normal highs in the upper 30s/low 40s. it will be cloudy
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weekend outlook: temperatures will be seasonable in the upper 30s to lower 40s. saturday will be partly to mostly cloudy and dry. late saturday into sunday there is the potential for a snow or rain/snow mix. we will keep an eye on this situation. couple's home. the tree was a symbol to them. the illinois couple lost their son twelve years ago. the tree was a gift of to remember him. "i don't want anybody to replace the tree. you can't replace it. it had sentimental value, and,
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they're going to plant a new tree. this time, in their front yard next to the house so they can keep a better eye on it. police in chicago showing how -- a man bumps into a woman and lifts her wallet from her purse as she enters the elevator. in another demonstration, a man gets his wallet stolen while passing through a revolving door. police say to be aware of your surroundings while shopping and avoid crowds because they make shoppers a suspected cockfight raided -- five people arrested. north carolina deputies seizing dozens of chickens. when deputies arrived, 30-40 people ran off into the woods, leaving their cars and birds behinds. four people returned for their cars and were arrested along with the renter of the "not necessarily injuries but everywhere...just trash is everywhere." the chickens will soon move on
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sanctuaries across the state. deputies expect more arrests. dangerous animals -- turn out to be harmless, and fake. police in kansas checking cameras along a park trail for animals -- and found this wolf in high heels. police also discovered two gorillas entertainign the camera. on their eb cameras... and for their sense of humor. she didn't win the crown -- but the pageant contestant is being called a winner. she was the first person to compete in miss minnesota u-s-a wearing a hijab and a burkini during the swimsuit portion of the competition. since people found out about her story-- sh'es received messages from women around the world know i'm the first to do this and i'm hoping to see more muslim women wearing burkinis and being celebrated so i'm just challenging you to be outgoing and just do your best in
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theatre i love a piano - holiday tribute to irving berlin december 2, 3, 9, 10 @ 7:30pm. december 4, 11 @ 2pm. directed by liane nichols - i love a piano, an enchanting revue of the music and lyrics of irving berlin, spans over seven decades of american history and includes 64 of berlin's most enduring and popular numbers bring fresh energy to berlin's material to celebrate the holiday season. i love a piano captures the spirit of america from the ragtime era of the early 20th century through the swinging elegance of the 1920s and '30s. from the songs that inspired a nation
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optimism of the 1950s, the show embarks on an exuberant journey through musical family fun. timeless classics, such as "puttin' on the ritz," "there's no business like show business," "change partners," "how deep is the ocean," "god bless america" and "white christmas," do more than identify the music of a generation: they define the
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thoughts to christmas specifically, santa claus. with the right app, our p-c mike wendland says, they can connect directly with the big man. parents will find the apps exciting for kids, but useful for parents, as well. tell santa a few details about your child and the big man calls back with a personalized message. the app can also be used to report naughty children, helping with behavior issues. there's also a way for children
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lists a message easily accessed by parents for use in the store. the app is free for ios and android. video calls with santa provides three pre- recorded children, or to allow children to record a wish list that parents can access anytime. the app allows children to interact with santa simply by using video messages that adults control by tapping santa call and tracker delivers personalized phone calls and allows for thousands of possible calls that can fully customized with all sorts of information. kids can record wish lists for later access. it also features a christmas countdown and allows for tracking of santa's
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noon. our next newscast is tonight at five. have a great day. our next newscast is tonight at five. have a great day.
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>> steve: here you go, man. >> rafe: thanks. >> steve: wow. you look like you could use something stronger. should i break out the bourbon? >> rafe: no. not yet, anyway. >> steve: tell me what i can do to help. >> rafe: i want to hire black patch to get hope out of prison. dig up some dirt on fitzpatrick anything. could really use all the help i can get. >> steve: i hear you. >> rafe: and justin, he's working on an appeal, but... well, considering that hope admitted she killed stefano, i find it highly unlikely that a court is gonna want to hear an argument for a more lenient sentence. >> steve: so that's where the dirt/coercion comes into play? >> rafe: yeah. >> steve: that's called

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