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rhoads who was let go last week. mark woodley was there for the introduction. he joins us now. last year -- matt campbell's toledo squad played at iowa state -- the team bus arrived earlier than normal -- so campbell says he walked through the tailgate lots and watched the iowa state team's game- dadaspirit walk -- according to him -- the atmosphere blew him away -- and he immediately called his wife to say he could see himsf coaching in & ames one day -- that day has arrived as the 36 year old coach was introduced this afternoon as the next head coach of the cyclone football team -- campbell -- who spent 77years at ledo -- the last 4 as head for a long time -- really believe that the building process in taking something and making it special is something i see a short term fix by myself or our staff, nd we're here for the long haul. matt campbell has already made
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coaching staff decision -- iowa state running backs coach lou ayeni was his first hire this weekend -- and he expects the rest of the staff to be squared away soon -- we'll have much more on new iowa state he coach matt campbell coming up tonighh at six - ron --- coach campbell will be looking to improve an iowa state team that won three games this season. soon a new mayor will be named in waterloo. some ople already cast their vote, while others will take to the polls tomorrow. on the ballot in the waterloo mayoral race, former mayor tim hurley and mayor pro-tem quentin hart. kwwww's nikki newbrrgh is live in our newsroom. nikki you caught up with both candidates today. that's right. it's been one extra month of campaigning for these two candidates. boboh think this is an important time for the city and hope people get out and vote tomorrow. tim hurley says this election
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hinges on two things...voter turnout and where those votes from the other candidate l lnd. hurley saysyshe is experienced...having spent three years in that mayors seat. while quentin hart says he has experience...spendin g eights years on the council, six of those years as mayayr pro tem. both say it's important to get "and i just hope people don't because it isn't. i think this will be a very close race and turnout in all five wards." the diiection you'ddlike your community head in." hurley believes this election could be a historic one. be a historic one. be a historic one. if quentin hart wins, he wou be the first minority mayor. if hurley wins, he believes he'd be the first mayor to retire and then come back and run again. we've gg you covered l lve in the
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in waterloo, the mayors race won't be the only race on the ballot. in ward four, there is a runoff between chris schwartz and jerome amos junior. cedar falls will also officially pick their next mayor tomorrow. on the ballot, jim brown and current mayor jon crews. shortly after the election, crews decided to retire and endorse brown. however both candidates will still be on tomorrow ballot in cedar falls. theevoting polls ii both citiess will be open tomorrow from seven a-m until eight p-m. the polls will be in the same places they were in the november third elections. one major u.s. industry findingg itself withha little exxra holiday cheer this year- -- auto industry sales are on track to break the record set back in 2000- when 17.4 million vehicles were sold in the u-s. that year. kwwl's jessia hartman speaking with a local dealership owner, who says he's also seeing a record
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year too. i met with the sale reps at witham auto centers - -they hit their year goal back at the begining of have you noticed more new carron the road? has been really good from start to finish. we've had a couple slow progressive." and the reason - -a huge push from manufactures and that means great deals for buyers. "right now, new ars are a great deal,for people with low interest rates and big incentities. manufactururs are trying to keep those plants moving and the only way they can keep moving is to hae buyers at wtham are lookg for the bells and whisels. thee want the latest in n hen it comes to their music, navigation, and synching with their phone." the bggests group of new buyers in the area - millennials this millennial says it was just time to retire her college car. caitlin egleston "winter time is coming up and my car wasn't very
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sturdy, definitely just needed it." withthm auto also ccedits the communities willingnesss to buy local and support local businesses to the success of the local industry this year. we've got you covered live in waterloo ...jessica hartman kwwl news. dealers tell us you can expect manufactures to roll out some good holiday deals, in order to continue their push to break the record set 15 years ago. deere and company announces more than 2- hundred employees will be placed on indefinite john eere seeding and cylinder in moline, illinois. the comppny says theelayoffs will be
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in the past, manufacturing employees at john deere seeding and $& cylinder have experienced seasonal layoffs in the spring and returned to w wrk in the fall. after more than 100-years in service...alliant energy plans to shut down one of its power plants in iowa6 the plant in dubuque will be closed june of 20-177 according the our coverage partners the t-h media -- alliant planned to close the facility for quite some time. the plant doesn't everyday...and isn't needed to maintain reliable service. the thirteen people who currently work there will be offered jobs at other plants. dedeision 2016... we are about two months away from the iowa caucuses...and candidates have been pushing out their messages`for months...but 4 -o-p candidates in particular were all over your tv screeethis papat holiday weekend. . kwwl's lauren moss joins us now, and lauren t tese politcal aas were a part of an aareement with
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nbc network. that's right. you may remember..candidat es complained saying donald trump benefited from hosting saturday night live earrier this montt it cocoes down to federal equal time rule..and it's exactly what it sounds like. it requires networks who give a candidate fre air time in non-news shows like snl...to then offer the same time tt other cannidates who request it.. so this past weekend, ads for john kasich, mike huckabee, lindsey graham%and jim gilmore could be seen during every coomerical break during prime time hours here on kwwl. the same ads were aired on 17 other affiliate stations in iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina. these four candidates are not polling very well here in iowa. so i spoke with kwwl political analyst chris larimer who says they need to stay current but it's a little too early for votes to see the same ads every commercial break. the l lsting effect oo the power of television ads right now is caucus time will remember anything about the content of the ads that were aired this last week but i think what the their campaign about the
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individual candidates that say hh we are still in this..we are still viable. nbc network said trump was on air for 12 minutes and 5 seconds when hh hosted snl...so that's exactly the same air time the four candidates had to run their ads this past weekend..and when you think about auick ads..that's a lot of air time between the four. now i spooe about the equal time rule in detail with our general manager here at kwwl, jim mckernan and i'm working on that story coming up tonight at 6. we've got you covered, lauren moss ...kwwl news. thanks lauren- george pataki also requested equal time, but turned down nbc's offer. billionaire investor warren buffett is hitting the campaign
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trail to stump for hillary clinton. buffett is set to appear with clintonnt a campaignnstop in nebraska next month. a clinton campaign source says the two will talk about the need for tax reform and income inequality. buffett has long been a fan of clinton, contributing to both her campaign and super pac in recent months. coming up...one eastern iowa community center receives a much needed donation from an anonymous person. and....jury selection is underway in the trial of six baltimore cops. that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track live dopplerradar. chief f meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast next. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our paa on faabook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. meteorologist mark schnackenberg. this is the kwwl news at five." --------- ---------
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7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team:
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light rain transitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowa totoight and tuesday so light scattered showers or flurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumulation will be minor...most locations a trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. the clouds linger through early wednesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with forecast to linger through the middle of december. light raintransitions to light snow and flurries after midnight and tuesday so light scattered showers or flurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumumlation will be minor...most locations a trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. th clouds linger through early wednesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with above normal temperatures. those above normal temperatures are forecast to linger through the middle of december.light rain transitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowa tonight anddtuesday so light
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to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. the clouds linger through early weweesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with above normal temperatures. those middle of december.light rain transitions to light snow and flurrieafter midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowa tonight and tuesday so light scattered showers or flurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumulation will be minor...most locations a trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. the clouds linger through early wednesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with above normal temheratures. those above normal temperatures are forecast too lingege through theeiddle of december.light rain transitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowa tonight and tuesday so light scattered showers or flurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumulation will be minor...most locations a trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. the clouds linger through early wednsday afternoon with slow
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clearing after that. the first week of decembmbr is dry withh above normal temperatures. those above normal temperatures are forecast to linger through the middle of december.light rain transitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowow tonight and tuesday so light scattered showers or flurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumulation will be minor...most locations a trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. theelouds linger through early wednesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with above normal temperatures. those above normal temperatures are forecast to4 linger through the middle of december.light rain traasitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the moisture will be north of iowa tonight and tuesday so light scattered showers orflurries are expected tonight through tuesday night. any accumulation will be minor...most locationssa trace to 1" with an isolated 2" near and northwest of new hampton. the clouds linger through early wednesday afternoon with slow clearing after that. the first week of december is dry with above normal temperatures. those transitions to light snow and flurries after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing. most of the
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moisture will be orth of iowa donation to an eastern iowa community center. and - the president of the united states and the founder of ---------- --------- --------- --------- a community center in eastern when they told me thatat was diagnosed withthancer, all i could think of was my kids and that i didn't want to leave them. i beat cancer, but it is still scary. now i have a pre-existing condition. so, if republicans take away obobacare, breast cancer survivors like me could be denied coverage. if hillary's in the white house, she's going to continue obamacare, so that i don't have to worry anymore. i trust her, and i know she's going to fight for all of us.
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i'm hillary clinton,
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gets a much needed gift from an anonymous donor. that gift will help serve about 100 kids in the dubuque community. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth is live in dubuque with more two big blue school buses are now parked outside of the dream center.hey were donated by an anonymous donor...then cutom painted d nd dedeailed. now everywhhe these buses roll -- everyone will know its dubuque dream center kids inside. they couldn't contain their excitement about the new gifts. "i feel happy about it because we get tw pull up in a nice each other and we aint crowdeded" leaders sy its something the center needed. now it'll be easier to take field trips to other cities and drop kids off at
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the dream center is still trying to raise funds to makk their building handicapped accessible. to find out more information...visit -- kwwl dot com. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five...one department store's onlinin site crashes during cyber monday. and....the suspect in friday's planned parenthood shooting makes his appearance in court. ---------
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hrs for lower wages, almost all new income es to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm m rnie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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the suspect in friday's deadly shooting rampaa inside a plannene parennood clinic in colorado springs made his first appearance in court. robert dear appeared in a video monitor with his appointed public defender. dear is charged with first-degree murder and will remain in jail with no bond. three people - including one poice officer - were killed and nine otherswere injured. jury sslection began today in the first trial of six baltimore police officers indicted in the death of freddie gray. officer william porterarrived for court this morning. he's charged with assault, manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. in the days following gray's death, thousands took to the streets of baltimore to protest. president obama,a,microsoft founder bill gates and counterparts from
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more than 20 countries announced billions of dollars would be given toward researching and developing clean energy technology. speaking at the u-n climate summit in paris, obama called the partnership one of the most significant private-public partnerships forged to accelerate energyyinnovation. under thee"mission innovation" program, governments will double public investments in basic energy research over the next five years. target's website is babak up and running after crashing this morning on cyber monday. record traffic caused the website to crash and customers were given an apology message. target is offering a sitewide discoont of 15 percent today. here's a live look at the hawkeye community college skycam. storm track sevevn meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final --------- --------- ---------
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parenthood shooter and tells us his stance on syrian refugees coming into the united states. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your forecast. thanks for watching t te kwwl news at five. "nbc" nightly news" is next. we want remind you, we're "a"aays on" with news and weather when you want it, on kwwl-dot-com. and we've got you covered in 30 minutes on the kwwl news at six. --------- ---------
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tonight, search for a motive for the first suspect in the deadly siege at a colorado planned parenthood appeared in court. while so many questions remain over what could have driven him to do it. missing evidence. 86 minutes of video footage are gone after police are seen examining surveillance tape that could shed new light in the fatal shooting of a chicago teen. what happened to it.
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