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the snow will track in late tonight. anwe may end up with more slee and some freezing drizzle, too. i'll have more in a few minutes the day is finally here -- as iowa's all set for the first- in-the-nation ucuses this evening... amoog the political figures at the forefront -- is someone who isn't even a candidate... sarah palin making headlines on caucus day -- not for endorsing donald trump -- but for what happened earlier on the today show... kwwl's amanda goodman is live from the media center in des moines -- the hub for the iowa caucuses...amanda -- former alasksk governor arah alin - visibly annoyed today -- earlier she sat down with matt and savannah on the today show... savannah asked her aaout the arrest of her son track -- you may remember palin talked abaout ptsd and blamed
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palin didn't like that question -- take a listen: "let's start piece by piece by you guys brought me here to talk about iowa politics and the caucus tonight, not to talk about my kids and that was a promise." matt lauer was quick to shut down any claims of aa promise... "i just want to mention there were no specific promises made about content of the interview only that this would be your first interview since you endorsed donald trump." i can tell you that everyone e ere at the memeia ccnter is talking about that interaction. palin said later -- "leave it to the media to make promises they can't keep. we've got you covered, live@in des moines... amanda goodman, kwwl news. and amanda---before you go...
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when that played oot this morning? i've gotta say, it was awkward st watching it on tv here back at the station... amanda is definitely among a media frenzy in dessmoines... with iowa being the center of the political world right now... yesterday -- she caught up with nbc nightly news anchor lester holt. he and his team are also covering the c cucuses live from iowa. holt says this year's election season has been full of surprises... "how much time do we have? donald trump...bernie sanders, a novelty candidate now is neck and neck...quite like tts one." we're keeping you up-to-date on
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day today... thank you, amanda... some of the candidates trying to rally some lasasminute supporr ahead of tonight's votes-- donald trump is making one final swing through eastern iowa... he just finished speaking at the ramada in waterloo -- now he's heading down 380 for a raly in cedar there beginng at 1:30... on the republican side of the aisle -- senator marco ruuio started this caucus day eating breakfast with his family at a cracker barrel in iowa. here's video of him in clive earlier ts morning... rubio posed for photos and shook some hands... afterwarr -- rubio told reporters he knows he's the underdog but he feels good about tonight...
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-- this is just the beginning of "ioo is important. it's the tonight this campaign will continue. tonight is important. it's theeirst time that any will be important. but no one is going to win the nomination tonight following the caucuses... among the democratic forefront...neither bernie sanders nor hillary clinton havany campaign events we know about today...just their big caucus rallies tonight... yesterday, bernie sanders made a campaign stop in waterloo...just as his campaign announced it raised 20-million dollars in january ale... hillary clinnon held her final rally before the caucuses in des moines. she was joined by her husband, former president bill clinton. she made one last appeal to will stand up for me. i hope you
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white house. thank you and god bless you." the most recent polls show its a very tight race between clinton and sanders...and the winner...will likely depend on tunrout. and tonight, kwwl will have extendmd caucus coverage. we'll have a full hour of news from six to seven -- tonnht -- and again from ten til eleven. you can also get updates on our website as well on social media... coming up... another importantote at hand for some eastern ioons tomorroww -- we have information on how you can beat the storm to cast your vote... and... another town will also go to the polls to decide if a school bond north of 0 million dollars will we'll be right back with your storm track seven "you'e watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is the kwwl
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forecast on kwwl."
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make travel treacherous in the northward forrthe heaviest ssows the fog now, but snow is stretching from nebraska all the way back to arizona and las vegas. that low will head our still brings us nasty travel ofthat mix there is, but it looks like anywhere e rom 2-6" in depending on how many waves of heavy snow there are. blowing snow will be the main especially late tuesday and tuesday night. winds will slowly die down wednesday morning. travel will be hazardous over with theenow holding o of until mainly after midnight...although a few snow showers may start earlier. the snow really starts after midnight with the winds picking up, too. snow and blowing snow will be morning before the winds start to weaken. it will cool l ff the dense fog advisory is posted for much of the viewing area through several places are less than half a mile. stormtrack7 live weather ntwork cameras are showing that, but it is lifting a tiny bit in some aree. fog our way for tomorrow and wednesday and will make travel treacherous in the region. winter storm warnings are posted for waterloo to along highway 30, including arizona and las vegas. that low will head our way. the track keeps changing with every model run, but it and a looks like anywhere from 2-" in
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south to 6 to 10 in the north with some getting more depending on how many waves of with winds 20-30 mph and gusting to 35 to 40 mph at slowly die down wednesday morning. travel will be hazardous over much, if not all, and it ssuld be good for the caucus goers with the snow showers may start earlier. the snow and blowing snow will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on wednesday rest of the week. the fog isn't going awayy.. a dense fog advisory is posted for viewing area and several places are less than half a mile. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are showing that, but it ilifting a tiny bit in some areas. fog our way for tomorrow and wednesday and will make travel along highwaa20 and northward for the heaviest snows with a winter weather advisory along highway 30, including cedar rapids. we have the fog now, but snow is y. the track keeps changing with every model run, but it still brings us nasty traveve weather of that mix there is, but it with some getting more depending on how many waves of heavy snow there are. blowing snow will be the main concern and tuesday night. winds will slowly die down wednesday morning. travel will be hazardous over much, if not all, of the kwwl viewing area tuesday through wednesday holding off until mainly after midnight...although a few snow showers may start earlier. the snow really starts after
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upup too. snsnw and blowing now will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on wednesday posted for waterloo to dubuque along highway 20 and northward for the heaviest snows with a vegas. that low will headour way. the track keeps changing still brings ussnasty travel w wather of that mix there is, but it looks like anywhere from 2-6" in on how many waves of heavy snow and tuesday night. winds will slowly die down wednesday of the kwwl viewing area tuesday through wednesday morning. today we deal with fog, midnight...although a few snow midnight with the winds picking up, too. snow and blowing snow will be to weaken. it will cool off the rest of the week. while caucus-goers are heading tuesday through wdnesday morning. today we deal with fog, caucus goers witit the snow snow really starts after midnight with the winds picking up, too. snow and blowing snow will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on
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the fog sn't going away... a visibilities are below a mile in much of the viewing area and several places are less than showing that, but it is lifting a tiny bit in some areas. fog will be the main concern todayay but a and will make travel treacherous in the region. winter storm warnings are posted for waterloo to dubuque along highway 20 and northward for the heaviest snows with a winter weather stretching from nebraska all the way back to arizona and las with every model run, but it still brings us nasty travel weather with snow in the north and a looks like anywhere from 2-6" in the south to 6 to 10 in the north th some getting more depending on how many waves of heavy snow there are. blowing snow will be the main concern and tuesday night. winds will slowly die down wednesday morning. travel will be hazardous over much, if not all, of the kwwl iewing area esday through wednesday morning. today we deal with fog, holding off until mainly after midnight...although a few snow wednesday morning before the while caucus-goers are heading out tonight ---- earry voting is also available
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the waterloo schools special election tomorrow. you can vote at the black hawk county courrhouse today from eight this morning until four thirty. the auditor's office is really encouraging people to come out today -- due to tomorrow's forecast. he says the iowa secretary of state may postpone an election due to denver voters also scheduled to head to thth polls tomorrow... it's a 10-point- three million dollar question on the and track. voters said no to this same project last june... coming up.... shopping attles are ensuing tween desktop and storefront -- we'll tell you who's winning the battle coming up... you're@watching kww. we've got you covered in dunkerton,
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there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in pce and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren.
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but no longer carries so much h that burden alone.. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and d at journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state
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no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm nostopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i haha always approved this message. professor of political science political scientists. he isthe 2nd edition, and has authored or co-authored several articles that have appearard in political science journals. chris serves research includes understanding the psychology of voting, as well as the impact of gender on group decision making. chris's most recent blog entry following: to say the results on monday night will hinge on turnout is stating the obvious. be to the results, particularly the campaigns of donald trump and benie sanders. larimer also 150,000. if turnout for either party is significantly greater than this number, chances are that one of the "outsider" candidates had a good night by effectively mobilizing first-time caucus-goers.
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larimer. larimer is an associate professor of political science at the university of norrhern iowa and is past president of the iowa association of political scientists. he is the co-author of the public policy theory primer, the public administration theory primer, 2nd edition, and has authored or co-authored several articles that have appeared in political science journals. chris serves as thhpolitical annyst for kwwl news and is a regular guest on iowa public radio. his research includes understanding the psychology of voting, as well as the impact of gender on group decision making. chris's most reeent blog entry previews what should be an intriguing night tonight in the caucuses. he writes the following: to say the results on monday night will hinge on turnout is stating the obvious. but a closer look at the numbers reveals just how important overall turnout will be to the results, particularly the campaigns of donald trump and bernini sanders.
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are looking for a number to watch monday night, focus on 150,000. if turnout for eitherr party is significantly greater than this number, chances are that one of the "outsider" candiddes had a good night by joining ally on this caucus day edition of the news at noon is kwwl' political anast chris professor of political science at the university of northern iowa and is past president f the iowa association of political scientists. he is the co-author of the public policy theory primer, the public administration theory primer, 2nd edition, and has authore or co-authored several articles that haveeppeared in political science journals. chris serves as the political analyst for kwwl news and is a regular guest on iowa public radio. his research includes understanding the psychology of voting, as well as the impact of gender on group decision making. chris's moststrecent blog entry previews what should be an intriguing night tonight in the caucuses. he writes the following: to say the results on mondaynight will hinge on turnout is stating the obvious. but a cloloer look at thh numbers the campaigns of donald trump and bernie sanders. larimer also writes, so, if you are looking for a number to watch monday night, cus on that one of the "outsider" candidates had a good night by
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first-time caucus-goers. joining ally on this caucus day edition of the news at noon is kwwl's political analyst chris rimer. larimer is an associate professor of political science at the university of northern iowa and is past president of the iowa association of political scientists. he is the co-author of the public policy theory primer, the public administration theory primer, 2nd edition, and has authored or co-authored several articles that have appeared in political science journals. chris serves as the political analyst for kwwl news and is a regular guest onnowa public radado. his research includes understanding the psychology of voting, as well as the impact of gender on group decision
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ooking less crrwded these days.s.. according to real estate research firm green street advisors... occupancy at malls is declining for the first time since the recession... one of the biggest factors is -- not surprisinglyy- e- commerce.... as more consumers shop online -- shopping centers are seeing a wave of store closings... with more empty storefronts -- today general motors kicks its efforts to build self-driving cars into high gear. a new team starts today. its goal is to figure out a stratetey to make g-m m he leader in self-driving technology.
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food test kitchen.... a delicious muffin to get you through the upcoming snowy morninns we're about to have... but first, a look at your latest numbers from wall street and the farm markets -- updated at 11:30 this morning. whether or not punxsutawney phil sees his shadow tomorrow, we've got a rise ''' shine muffin do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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that'll be welcome beyond a shadow of a doubt. i want to
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going tooant to see if f punxsutawney phil sees his shadow. let's hope he doesn't so we can say "goodbye winter". and while you're waiting, we have a rise 'n' shine muffin that'll go perfect with your coffee. we start out by until they're well combined. now to that, we add our dry ingredients which is simply; some lour, sugar, baking powder and a touch of salt. once the batter is smooth, we gentlyly stir in some fresh raspberries. we want to be careful not to break them up. and now for the part that turns cups, we top these with a mixture we made by combining some flour and brown sugar with a bit of melted butter. and darn good". of course it'll be these "raspberry streusel muffins," and like always, the recipe is online, which is perfect no
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winnr lie ahead. i'm howard d the mr. food test kitchen, where today we discovered muffins that beyond a shadow of a doubt . are, "ooh it's so good!!" "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at noon." they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with auththities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall stre get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't b bld an economy at works for people.
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the time has come to make a choice... about t ich candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incom rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign polili, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference.
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across our country. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. news at noon.... with the caucusing centers just hours away from opening -- the candidates make their final pitches to the voters of iowa... plus -- a couple of the candidates on the ballot tonight have won in the hawkeye state before... how
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success this time around... and... the hearts and souls behind the campaigns are bringing their a game in the final hours before votes are cast -- we'll check in welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go back to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan now for your first forecast -- looking like a big storm is from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weatater team: fog is going to stick round for temperatures are still at or below freezing, too, so we will have to watch out for a few slick spots on the road, especially in the north. we have fog and then we have some clouds tracking in from the southwest ahead of our snowstorm. it will stay good through evening, caucus goerss shouldn'n' have trouble. the snow will track in late tonight. and we may end up with more sleet and some freezing drizzle, too. i'll have
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southwest ahead of our snowstorm. it will stay good will trackkin late tonight. and we may end up with more sleet and some freezing drizzle, too. i'll have more in a few minutes caucus day has arrived here in iowa. all eyes fixed upon the hawkeye state to see who will grab early leads in theherace for the next commander-in- chief... kwwl's amanda goodman is live from the media center in des moines -- the hub forthe iowa caucuses...taking in the action -- amanda -- hi ally -- yes, , here is plenty of action and people here in des moines already... lots of sights and sounds in and around the capital city of iowa as we have reaced caucus day... many of the candidates are planning
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are many more people here as well awaitin the resultsof tonight's caucuses... we've got you covered, live in des moines... amanda goodman, kwwl news. d there's been quite the crowds there, you went to martin o'malley's campaign stop this morning... are you seeing younger voters outhere? possibly those first-time caucus goers getting out to show support? as a reminder -- we'll have extended caucus coverage
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are you seeig younger voters out there? possibly those first-time caucus goers getting out to show we'll have extended caucus coverage thoughout the night right here on kwwl... we'll have a full hour of news from six to seven -- tongiht -- and again from ten t tl eleven. you can also get updates on our website as well on social media... meanwhile -- less than seven hours to go-- and the candidates are spending that time trying to make final appeals to voters still trying to decide... two former iowa caucus winners need historto repeat itself. rick santorum and mike huckabee have struggled to get traccon in iowa -- even though they've been here far more than candidates like trump or marco rubio.
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in west des moines yesterday -- said iowans are known fofo making up their minds at the last minute... and he's hoping they don't buy into what the polls are saying... but instead deliver a huge surprise tonight. ted cruz still out on the trail todayay he'll complete what's called the "full grassley" tour of all of iowa's 99 counties today... he has a stop scheduled in marion this afternoon -- he'll be at grace baptist church yesterday he spoke at a christian community center in davenport...where he urged supporters to show up tonight. whilethe candidates do their best to seal support for tonight -- the true pulse of the campaigns are volunteers doing work on the ground here in iowa... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in the newsrom... she checked in with some campaign offices in waterloo to see how volunteers are doing during the final push... if there's one thing i learned today.. anyone can volunteer... i spoke with volunteers who have been caucusing for years... as well as volunteers who are helping out even though they are
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they all agree that... red.. white...r blue posters... phone calls.. and door knocking are what today is about. one group of high school volunteers i spoke to travelled all the way to iowa from balitimore to campaign for "o'malley" "you know in baltimore you're talking about politics. but you're not really seeing it in action. you know seeing the campaign making theeecision for that responsibility to. often you are going to be choosing our next president and that's really going to change people's lives." the group told me this is their way of getting involved in the caucuses and politics since they aren't old enough to vote yet. i also checked in with th other campaign offices in downtown waterloo... definately a lot of food... coffee... and red bull there... many say they are ready for today's final push..
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the newsroom...amanda gilbert, kwwllnews. some lunteers weespoke with moved across the country... from as far as florida.. to help out with campaigns in iowa. important few things to remember tonighgh if you plan on caucusing -- voting starts at seven... if you're not registered to vote, you should get there early. you also need to be registered%with yoyr party, again, if you aren't sure. we've e ot informatiin about caucus locations on our website, kwwl dot com. tonight kwwl will have live coverage from across the state in our extended newscasts atix and ten and all night long online on kwwl dot com... coming up ... another big event in the sports world is coming up this weekend -- and the teams are now on- site... more from the super bowl is on the way today... and stormtrack seven meteorologist eileen loan has more on what to expect from this big storm when we eturn...
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once said, "the whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows." tuesday, february 2nd, waterloo voters have a chance to do just that by voting yes to the referendum creating a new career and technical education center and making much needed imprprvements to eassand west high schools. in today's global economy, the key to the future is education. in waterloo, the proposal before voters creates a pecialized facility which will teach more than 30 career programs including automotive, robotics, welding, animal science, information technology, computer aided draft & desgn, markeeng, nursing, digital media and culinary arts - just to name a few. the career and technical education center would be th 2nd such education facility in he state of iowa. it will be financed through a 4% surtax on individual state income tax - not pperty taxes.
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between $40-$60 annually. 82% of the school districts in iowa districts aligned with the needs of today's economy. their ability to find great careers in te cedar valley and development, assuring a vibrant cedar valley ecooomy well into the future. hawkeye community college, the university of northern iowa, the aligned with the needs of today's economy. this investment speaks to the future of waterloo's youth and their ability to find d eat careers in the cedar valley and the state of iowa. this measure helps them and helps our local economic development, assuring a vibrant cedar vvlley economy well into the future. hawkeye community college, the university of northern iowa, the greater cedar valley alliance and chamber, the waterloo cedar fafas courier, allen and covenant hospitals and kwwl all strongly support this proposal. they do this beause they
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of preparing the next generation for the competitive economy they face upon graduation. they do this cause of the need for our kids to remain in the cedar valley - rather than leaving the area or state for the career opportunities they seek. we face a significaat locally and in iowa. it is the major economic issue our time. by passing this waterloo public schools will take a huge leap forward in their ability to prepare our young peoole for the future and provide for the development of our workforce. the career and technical education center graduates will have a smooth transition to either hawkeye community college studeets a seamless transition towards degrees. we believe this initiative will also improve high school graduation rates in
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kwwl strongly voters to say "yes" - for the kids - on february 2nd. comments or contrary views o this station editorial can be sent to: jmckernan@kwwl.co m "now your storm track 7
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they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an econom that works for&people. sanders: i'm berere sanders, and i i prove this message.. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested i is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves,, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of t tir nation.
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fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for cldren, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now. (crowd cheers) i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. the fogsn't going away... a below a mile in muchhf the cameras are showing that, but it is lifting our way for tomorrow and wednesday and will make travel treacherous in the region. winter storm warningsre posted for waterloo to dubuque along highway 20 and northward for the hhviest snows with a winter weather advisory nebraska all the way back to arizona and las vegas. that low will head our way. the track keeps changing with snow in the north and a mix mix there is, but it looks like anywhere from 2-6" in the south to 6 to 10 in the north
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depending on how many waves of heavy snow there arr. blowing especially late tuesday and tuesday night. winds will slowly die down wednesday morning. travel will be hazardous over much, if not all, we deal with fog, and it should midnight...although a few snow shshwers may start earlier. thth snow really starts after will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on wednesday morning before the winds start to weaken. it will cool off the dense fog advisory is posted for viewinnarea and sevval places are less than half a mile. stormtrack7 live will be the main concern today, but a travel treacherous in the region. winter storm warnings are posted for waterloo to dubuque along highway 20 and norrhward for the heaviest snows with a the fog now, but snow is stretching from nebraska all the way back to arizona and las vegas. that low will head our way. the track keeps changing with every model run, but it still brings us nasty travel weather of that mix there is, but it looks like anywhere from 2-6" in with some getting more depending on how many waves of heavy snow there are. blowing snow will be the main concern with winds 20-30 mph and gusting to 35 to 40 mph at times especially late tuesday
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slowly diedown wednesday morning. traveewill be hazardous over much, if not all, of the kwwl viewing area tuesday through wednesday morning. today we deal with fog, and it should be good for the caucus goers with tde snow snow really starts after midnight with the winds icking up, too. snow and blowing snow will be winds start to weaken. it will cool off the rest of the week. are less han half a mile. a tiny bit in some areas. fog will be tt main concern today, but a large snow storm is headed winter storm warnings are posted for waterloo to dubuque along highway 20 and northward f fr the heaviest snows with a winter weather advisory along highway 30, including cedar rapids. we have the fog now, but snow is stretching from nebraska all the with every model run, but it still brings us nasty travel weather with snow in the north and a looks like anywhere from 2-6" in the south to 6 to 10 in the north
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depending n how many wawas of with winds 20-30 mph and gusting to 35 to 40 mph at of the kwwl viewing area tuesday through wednesday morning. today we deal with fog, holdinoff until mainly after midnight...although a few snoww showers may startrtearlier. the up, too. snow and blowing snow will be the main problems tuesday with blowing snow on wednesday morning before the winds start to weaken. it will cool off the rest of the week. with snow in the north and a mix in the south. snowfall totals will depend on how much of that mix there is, but it ooks on hhw many waves of heavy snow gusting to 35 to 40 mph at times especially late tuesday and tuesday night. winds ill slowly die down wednesday of the kwwl viewing area tuesday through wednesday morning. today we deal with fog, and it should be good for midnight...although a few snow showers may start earlier. the snow really starts after will be the main problems tuesday wh blowing snow on wedneeday morning before the winds start to weaken. it will
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midnight...although a few snow up, too. snow and blowing snow will be the main problems tuesday with morning before the winds start to weaken. it will cool off the rest of the week. with the forecast for the next few days - we want to remind you how to post a delay or closing... you need an i-d code and password. youuhave to enter the closing on our website yourself -- we cannot do it for you. if you don't have an i-d and password yet, you'll want to call today...it takes time to procees the request.. don't it until the last minute! go to our website, kwwl dot com for the full instructions coming up ... we'll dive right in to the ssion and whiilwind rrounding
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around the state... you're watching kwwl -- we've got you covered. football's biggest game is they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authoritieie for their partrtn the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build a aeconomy that w wks for people.
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the american people can't afford to wait fofoideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now.
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i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. there. the carolina panthers and denver broncos touched down at the san jose interntional airport ahead of super bowl 50. panthers' quarterback cam newton's bright- colored pants getting the most attention online. the "golden gate city" has
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city." the free-to-the- public fan village opened ov the weekend and features interactiveegames and activitiesesthat are family-friendly. super bowl city is designed to showcase "the best of the bay area" and is called "the hub of fan energy" leading up to the big game. basketball star lebron james is expanding his pizza business... "blaze pizza" opened its doors at the university of connecticut. free pizzas were given to any cucutomers who follllwed the business on social media. blaze pizza, which specializes in what it calls "build your own" pies, has dozens of locations across the united states. and more locations are scheduled to open later this year. coming up ... it's hard to escape the caucus mania. hea how far some political fanatics came for the big day...
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today's historic caucuse hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ]
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all come to look for america all come to look for america
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tonight's votes... businesses like raygun are capitalizing on our state's fame for being ...iowws know the shop offees for some out-of- towners this is new. looking at the non- traditional...you've got fencing classes getting into thhspirit. we just thought this would be a fun way to bring the caucus into best here at the brewery, so this way we kind of vote it out and figure it out."
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before everyone gets serious tonight... most caucus voting sessions will begin at 7 p-m throughout the state... we'll take a quick break -- but first -- a remiider that when n ou see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news and weather information... follow along tooight on sociaia media for breaking c ccus information! you're watching kwwl -- we'll be right back with a final look at hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm h h hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike
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[ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look jor america
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see over 8" of snow in the fog today with snow tracking in late tonight. heaay snow in the cutting down amounts. we will see over 8" of snow in the fog today with snow tracking in late tonight. heavy snow in the see over 8" of snow in the north, less to the south due to late tonighh. heavy snow in the see over 8" of snow in the
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cutting down amounts. we will see over 8" of snow in the north, less to the souttdue to the mix. all will have strong winds, gusting to 35 to 45 mph. north tomorrow with a rain/snow/sleee mix in the outh cutting down amounts. we will see over 8" of snow in the north, less to the south due to late tonight. heavy snw in the see over 8" of snow in the at will do it for us here at noon. five. if you want to bundle great tv with high-speed internet, then call centurylink at... ask for the directv select package, bundled with centurylink internet. you get all the channels you love, plus hbo, starz, showtime, and cinemax at no extra cost for the first three months. and you also get up to 12 megs of internet. all for about 40 bucks a month for 12 months.
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counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> philip: if you can be patient just a little longer... >> deimos: why should i do that, philip? you obviously have this miracle serum in hand if you're planning to patent it. >> philip: we're not nearly there yet. we have only one test subject, caroline brady, and she suffers from a very rare form of-- >> deimos: i don't give a damn what she suffers from.

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