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results were so different than the iowa caucuses -- many americans are even more curious -- who will be our next commander in chief. kwwl's macleod hageman sits down with u-n-i political analyst chris larimer -- and brings us some insight. mac? experts say the odds are still in iowa's favor -- when it comes to the 20-16 presidential race. but new hampshire's outcome shows a significant fundamental shift in american politics. the so-called political establishment of both parties -- takes a blow -- as outsiders bernie sanders and donald trump win big in new hampshire. political expert chris larimer says he expected new hampshire's outcome -- but was surprised by the margin both contenders won. "i wasn't suprised given the polling, this ii what the
surprising was to actually see it in print, that it actually happened." right now -- republicans prepare for the south carolina primaries. while democrats assemble for the back to you. south carolina democratic primaries kick off february 27th. while nevada's republican caucuses start february 23rd. ted cruz opens up to reporters about what some would say is a disappointing finish in new hampshire - compared to his big win in iowa. he says it wasn't yesterdaaonce again for the second week in a row, the pundits said we couldn't win and the voters had something different to say, saw a tremendous victory. cruz went on to say that he is the only candidate who's beaten trump - and he plans to take this momentumm with him to south carolina.
place where his presidential campaign started. he returned to springfield illinois where he served eight years as a state senator... this is where, in 2007, he announced that he would be running for office. the president spoke with the illinois general assembly -- saying "and so it's important for us to somehow unique or hopeless. we've always gone through periods when our democracy seems stuck and when that happens, we have to find a new way of doing business. we're in one of those moments. we've got to build a better politics." while in springfield the president visited his favorite restaurant during his time as a state senator. he met with people inside the "feed store" in springfield - and had lunch to go.
forecast for tomorrow. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg is acking the snowow from the kwwl stormtrack information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the clouds slowly clear overnight allowing temperatures to drop near or below zero by northwest. light snow is exexcted start between 10 pm be a trace to 2". the sky becomes mostly sunny friday afternoon as a large area digits under a mostly sunny sky of snow forecast to develop late saturday night. light snow will be on and off sunday before tapering off sunday night. snow accumulations at this point will be in the 1-3" range. itits been dreaddlly cold thh last couple of days and today
different. for those who don't have to be outside for long periods of time, it's easier to ignore but many people work outdoors. kwwl's kristin rogers caught up with the few people today who were going about their daily routines outside, and kristin your job leads you outside a lot as well, what do you think of this weather? it is flat cold, there's just really no other way to put it on television. those i talked to today told me they do their best to keep warm as they brave these conditions for
the city of five seasons seems in particular right now. for those delivering the mail, it's something they deal with each day, they say it could be worse if it were percipitating. tow truck drivers don't break some of them enjoy this. helping people out, getting out of ditches, rollover, you see a lot of amazing things out here." it seems there truly is a season for everyone to enjoy here in iowa. i also spent some time on the coe college campus ttday talking with students who making their way to classes in this weather, i will we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, kristin rogers...kwwl news. according to our meterologist mark schnakenberg warmer weather is ahead after the weekend! coming up... what will happen to all the ash trees on the university of iowa campus, after a destructive bug is discovered
summer olympics? find out which athlete said she'd skip the games if she had to make the choice today. that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live ook at the stoom track 7 live doppler radar. chief 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 page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered. with ron
totals across eastern iowa will be a trace to 2". the sky becomes mostly sunny friday afternoon as a large area of high pressure moves south across the midwest. high temperatures stay in the ingle digits under a mostly sunny sky saturday. we are tracking another round of snow forecast to develop late saturday night. light snow will be on and off sunday before tapering off sunday night. snow accumulations at this point will be in the 1-3" range. the clouds slowly clear overnight allowing temperatures
morning. thursday turns out to be another cold day, with highs in the teens, despite a mostly sunny sky. clouds increase quickly thursday evening as light snow moves in from the northwest. light snoois expected staat between 10 pm and midnight then taper off around 6-8 am friday. snow totals across eastern iowa will be a trace to 2". the sky becomes mostly sunny friday afternoon as a large area of high pressure moves south across the midwest. high
digits under a mostly sunny sky saturday. we are tracking another round of snow forecast to develo late saturday night. light snow will be on and off sunday before tapering off sunday night. snow accumulations at this point will be in the 1-3" range. coming up... skiing into home plate? find out why a ski-ramp got set up inside fenway park. then - what will happen to trees on the university of iowa campus - after a destructive bug is discovered inside them.
athletes alike. earlier this week, the u-s olympic committee says it has not advised athletes to reconsider competeing because of the virus. customs agents seize thousands of counterfeit hoverboards. these boards were passing through chicago -- agents found thousand counterfeit boards... these were seized because they don't fall in line with u-s safety laws... especially important now because of the number of hoverboards that have been randomly bursting into flames. hundred unauthorized hoverboards at the port of charleston. a tree-killing beetle makes it's way to iowa city. emerald ash borers tuunel through ash trees cutting off the trees water and nutrient circulation. the bugs have been a pest across the country -- but now they've been found on the university of iowa's campus. and students aren't very happy don't like the thought of walking doesn't such an urban area that needs trees in it to help the air around
aspect kind of bothers me." the school says it plans to remove all the ash trees on campus -- but does have plans to replace them with new trees of different species. millions of catholics are preparing for weeks of sacrifice and prayer -- today is ash wednesday. pope francis celebrated ash wednesday mass today at the vatican.n. this ritual marks the start of the lenten season. in his homily, pope francis said that lent presents the occasion to practice simplicity and sharing. the pope has proclaimed this year as a holy year of mercy. a baseball stadium is transformed into a winter-sports arena... check it out - you're looking at fenway park with a massive ski ramp in the middle of it. starting tomorrow, the "beig air at fenway" event will feature olympic skiers and snowboarders who will channel their inner pop-flies to
grand prize is $150,000.00 and it's part of the u.s. grand prix tour and sanctioned by the international ski association. amazingly - no one is hurt after a wild elephant went on a rampage in a west indian town today. the panicked elephant ran around smashing homes and sending people running. some people followed from a distance as the elephant moved through the streets. a forest officer said the female elephant appeared to be a loner, and was likely searching for food when it strayed into the town. he said it didn't attack anyone, and appeared to be afraid of anyone approaching. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... children speak out about their experience - after firefighters rescue them from their burning home. "well i can tell you it wasn't a her brother, up next. ---------
year-old girl, a three-year-old boy and their mother. 5 year old avery and three year old mason are tough.. they are settling back into daily life..laughing and playing with their cousins..just days after a tragic situation. mother were rescued by firefighters- he kicked the door down after a fire trapped them inside their home- you can see from this police body cam video, the doorway was engulfed in flames. there was no where to go with no smoke. buttvery says she knew she had to find somewhere..and fast. i was like it that the smoke alarm? just walked to the bathroom because i thought it might be a little more cold in there to protect me from the hotness of the fire." and it worked, avery and mason are doing very well..their mother is expected to be okay aswell but their home is not. it's destroyed, now just rubble and ash... "i don't want to move..."
important thing is that they are all here today.. "it's amazing to see these heroes among us everyday." and avery thinks it's pretty amazing too showing her own way of thanking them...one card at a time. i must be lucky.. we've got you covered, lauren moss kwwl news. the cedar falls fire department is accepting donations to help this family out. there is also a go-fund me page...for more info. head to our website kwwl.com here's a live look at the waterloo skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. we'll be right back ---------
his groove on and things don't end well. this gentntman was enjoying life lalat night as kentucky took on georgia -- he was joined by a young female fan... he decided to give her a lift down the stairs... and wait for it... he lost his footing and down they both went...hard but luckily both emerged, seemingly uninjured. walk it off. storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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