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snow in our southwestern counties, and it continues to move off to the north east. here's future track showing the snow tracking in continue through the morning hours tomorrow, and start to wind down a bit later in the valentine's day. here's the storm track 7 live weather network camera. here are the current temperature sin the single digits and teens. we'll have a full update in just mac? supreme court justice scalia has died. he died of natural causes at a spa in west texas. brian mooar remembers one of the most conservative justices in recent years. outside the u-s supreme court ... a flag at half- staff, flowers and candles marking the passing of "tonight, we honor his extraordinary service to our
the towering legal figures of our time." justice scalia was 79 his death at a texas ranch came without warning. and it came in the middle of landmark court calendar - with nothing less than the boundaries of presidential power under review. his passing sets the power. on a polarized bench ... he was as well known for his sense of humor as his fiery dissents - the on issues ranging from affirmative action and abortion . to gun ownership and free speech - not to mention law - not the intent of the "i, antonin scalia do solemnly the land on issues ranging from affirmative action and abortion . to gun ownership and free speech - not to mention obamacare. but he was a firm proponent of the letter of the law - not the intent of the founding fathers. (nats: file 1986) "i, antonin scalia do solemnly appointed in 1986 by president ronald reagan ... he was known as an unapologetic - but fair conservative. (sot justice antonin scalia, 1986 confirmation hearing 1:13 -
unanimously - 98-to-zero by the senate - an unlikely scenario for his successor. (--- reporter tag ---) president obama said he will choose a nominee ... but leaders of the republican controlled senate have already made it clear they justice scalia is survived by his wife and nine children. the republican candidates for president squared off during a debate tonight in south carolina -- one week before the gop primary. the death of supreme court justice scalia put a new focus new at ten -- an urbandale police officer shot and killed a person after responding to a drug call at a hotel earlier today.
holiday inn on merle hay road after four this morning. when police arrived -- they found three people in the hotel lobby. that's when officers say one of the people pulled out a gun -- andd started shooting them. police then killed the shooter. a man is dead following an apartment fire. the incident happened last night in waterloo -- and firefigthers worked well into sunday morning -- trying to douse the flames. here's a look at the apartment. there's soot on the snow -- and a tarp covering a window. firefighters say 53-year-old ray reed had severe burns -- and later died from his injuries. neighbors from across the street say he was very friendly. "i talked to him every once in a was really polite, really nice" firefighters say they could see heavy flames when they arrived last night. they were able to control the blaze -- before it spread to any other apartments. the f-b-i investigates claims of private school students being
in concrete isolation boxes. six former midwest academy students in keokuk say they dreaded the cell- like rooms -- and were forced to hear recordings of other students screaming. the f-b-i and state are investigating claims of abuse at the academy -- which was closed last month. we reached out to the academy owner and have not heard back. a kwwl follow-up -- following a ten- day hunt for william the goat -- a research animal that escaped. university of iowa officals say the search cost the instituition less than 10-thousand- dollars . they say it's the first time anyone recalls the university losing a research animal. the goat was captured earlier this week and taken back to the university research park. authorities say william is doing well. iowa city parents are concerned about the school district's transportation plan. buses might not be available next year for students who live
kwwl's hillary maglin catches up with concerned parents -- and has the story. nats imagine walking across a busy intersection like this every single day. nats marina karpus - that's a thought she may have to get used to. (sot. cg: marina karpus/north liberty) "i opened my mail and i reading." many parents in the iowa city school district got a letter last week. it said school buses will stop picking up their kids maglin) "this is the intersection of highway 965 and fairview lane. karpus's sons may have to cross next year. because of konstantin and aleksey are 9 and 7.
elementary -- nearly two miles parents to appeal the new rule plan on doing. (sot) "i feel that the school is karpus says it would take her two boys nearly 45 minutes to walk to school every day. she says during extreme weather -- that is not acceptable. coming up on kw- wl -- rain snow or shine -- iowa golfers enjoy the weekend. plus -- how semi- professional atheltes can succeed in eastern iowa this weekend. but first -- here's a live look at the storm track seven live got you covered, with macleod "now your storm track 7
from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i am meteorologist advisory is in effect for all of o'clock tomorrow morning. we are expecting two to six inches two to four inches areas like decorah and elkader. new hampton, dubuque will be on the cusp of two to inches of fluffy accumulation. threat tracker has us in the yellow for very late tonight as that snow tracks in between 10 and midnight. we are in the orange tomorrow, because of the snow falling and snow on the ground blowing around. travel could be tricky for valentine's day so keep that in mind as it will be a bit breezy. then on monday we live doppler radar. we continues to track snow in our southwestern counties, and it continues to move off to the north east. here's the storm track 7 live weather network cameras across eastern iowa, showing a mainly cloudy sky right now. temperatures
all be around 30 or in the low 30s for this time of year. we are all sitting in the single digits and teens. the good news is that the wind isn't all the bad as we are centered under high pressure over iowa, which means we also have a lot of dry air in place. that's why that snow in central and southern iowa really isn't reaching the ground. here's the storm track seven future track. it is showing a mostly cloudy sky this evening. overnight the snow tracks through the area. it will continue into the day on sunday. it will start to wind down afternoon, but we will still see scattered snow showers. by the overnight hours it will completely track through the area. monday will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy ahead of our next
drop some more snow. here's the storm track 7 forecast for tonight. snow moves in. temperatures will be steady or slowly rising overnight. southeast wind 10 to 15 miles per hour. tomorrow the snow continues. we will have highs in the 20s with a southeast breeze from 10 to 20 miles per hour, so some of that snow could be blowing around on valentine's day. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. partly to mostly cloudy on monday. monday night into tuesday we track in our next clipper system that will bring some snow to the area. could be a couple inches of accumulation. then as we head into the remainder of the week, after a brief
the 40s by friday, potentially. that will bring some snow to the area. could be a couple inches of accumulation. then as we head into the remainder of the week, after a brief cool down on wednesday, we're in the 40s by friday, potentially. today's cold weather didn't stop some people from golfing this
some people from golfing this weekend. nearly 200 people took part in the annual ice golf classic at the mid- town marina in east dubuque. the 18-hole course was frozen. it took some prep work to pull it off. ice men took nearly four weeks to shovel snow off the frozen golfing experience. "it's a lot of fun...it's a whole new aspect of golf...you're sliding around, you see cracks in the ice, you see different distinctions inside the ice." the event was hosted by saint mark youth enrichment. organizers say nearly 20-thousand dollars was raised for outreach
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are much more than just reliving your high school glory days "i've been playing football since i was a little kid and i want "yea this turns into a family, family atmosphere we bring all of the guys in together there are friendships that are bonded here." and from my little time here it was easy to see what makes this team click sot "the guys the sense of humor, the personalities.. photobomo hi eastern iowa!" and as for me... nats...my nfl dream will have to wait till the next tryout in waterloo i'm zach grant kwwl news nats: storm!
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caps off a 16, nothing uni run -- panthers up 15 -- but the shockers rally markie mcduffie -- caps a 17, 2 run -- ties it up at 44 apiece -- but another sophomore puts the panthers back -- wyatt lohaus -- 11 huge points in the ballgame -- and a senior helps put this one away -- matt bohannon from downtown -- panthers bust up the nation's longest winning streak -- 53, 50 -- uni has now won 6 in a row -- iowa state -- back home -- hosting number 24 texas -- and georges niang going off in the first half -- just shooting darts from the three point line -- jacking up treys and knocking 'em down straight cyclone points -- isu up 36, 34 at half -- second half -- texas keeping it close -- prince ebeh -- that's a big, bad man, ties it up at 56 -- but jameel mckay -- back in the isu line-up -- making room for plays like
pulling away in the final minutes -- monte morris helping end it -- 24 points for morris, niang also with 24 -- iowa state with their 22nd win over a ranked opponent in just the past 3 years -- they get this one 85 to 75 -- part of class 1-a would go through jesup this afternoon -- 138 pounds -- wapsie valley's bryce ackerman trying to become the warriors third district champ of the day -- but fell behind tucker franklin of alburnett 3, 2 -- ackerman close to the late takedown -- but ran out of time --falling in the final -- that was part of a big run for the pirates -- at 160 -- bryce paul needed just 19 seconds to take care of mfl- mar mac's hunter fletcher -- alburnett at one point won 6 straight titles -- but didn't get one at 195 -- south winn's landers kaboushek gets a second period fall over griffin cabalka of east buc -- sumner- fredericksburg got a champ at 220 -- derrick lenz looked like he was about to pick up a fall
emanuel would injury default -- getting hurt on the move -- lenz is one of 4 cougars with a top 2 spot to advance to the state meet -- wapsie valley also will take 4 to des moines -- while alburnett -- another solid performance winning the district with 8 state qualifiers -- and class three a districts up in waverly at 106 pounds conrad braswell of cedar rapids prairie tops dylan albrecht of wsr 10-0 to move onto state.. albrecht also advanced through wrestlebacks. at 120 pounds keegan schultschick of cr xavier tops jacob tedrow of praire 8- 3... to move on great match at 132 pounds undefeated sam uthoff of prairie nairly escapes shell rocks austin yant 6-4 moving on clint lembeck shutout reese hageman of marshalltown 6-0 to move on to des moines at 138 pounds to move on to des moines at 138 pounds and a dominating perfromance from zack wagenhoffer of waverly shell rock at 152 pounds he tops morgan
there are still 5 wrestle-backs set to be decided for spots in the state tournament -- for the time being prairie leads waverly-shell rock in the team race -- and so far both have back to the hardwood -- postseason action -- denver girls hosting nashua- plainfield -- cyclones strong early -- maty ulrich getting the friendly bounce from the home rims -- 14, 5 denver leading -- nashua-plainfield trying to stay in it as sammi hyde dials home the 3-ball -- pulls the huskies back within 5 -- but denver doing some work from the arc as well -- jayden wolter knocks one home -- but nashua plainfield showing some nice ball movement to get briley fisher the inside two -- and the huskies -- they're moving on after a 60 to 49 win to the ice -- black hawks hosting the lincoln stars -- both teams scoreless through one -- but lincoln changes that on the 2 on 1 -- grant jozefek puts it home -- stars with the one goal advantage -- black hawks -- meanwhile -- having trouble finding the back of the net -- 29 shots through the first 2