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plus... republican presidential candidates squaring off in south carolina last night. we have a recap of the latest g-o-p debate. then... we are learning more about the man who died in an apartment details on the way. but first, good morning and welcome to today in iowa.. as we take a live look outside.... thanks so much for joining us this morning. moss. let's go right to storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan for a check of our snowy forecast. eileen.... winter weather advisory continues over the entire kwwl viewing area through this morning. roads are becoming partially to completely covered in snow and visibilities may be reduced as these bands track through. temps are in the teens with southeast winds ta 10-20 mph. we will keep the snow into the afternoon although it will become more scattered toward the evening. highs will climb into the 20s. we will keep a chance of snow in the
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warmer temperatures on the way. i'll have more details in a few minutes. kwwl viewing area through this evening. we have several bands of light to moderate snow tracking through the area this morning. roads are becoming partially to completely covered in snow and visibilities may be reduced as these bands track through. temps are in the teens with southeast winds ta 10-20 mph. we will keep the snow into the afternoon although it will become more scattered toward the evening. highs will climb into the 20s. we will keep warmer temperatures on the way. i'll have more details in a few minutes. an iowa police officer shot and killed a person after responding to a drug call at a hotel this weekend... this happening in urbandale near des moines... officers were called to the holiday inn on merle hay road on saturday morning... when police arrived -- they found three people in the hotel lobby.
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the people pulled out a gun -- and started shooting at the officers. suspected shooter. no names have been released at this time. crash this weekend. the crash happened in bremer county yesterday morning... authorities say a car didn't stop at a stop sign and then another car. the car that was struck rolled into a nearby ditch... the crash is still under investigation this morning... continuing coverage this morning -- we are hearing from the neighbors of a man who died in an apartment fire this weekend. we first broke you the news yesterday on today in iowa. the fire happened in the 16- hundred block of mount carmel street -- just before midnight late friday... authorities confirm 53-year-old ray reed was inside the apartment -- and died from injuries... kwwl's olivia mancino was on scene -- and has more for us this morning... piles of soot lay in packed snow
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apartment saturday morning. this tarp covers the rest of the charred remains from inside. "i heard the sirens but i didn't look what was going on" lynne hodge lives in an apartment across the street. her grandkids were sleeping in the front room when the apartment caught fire. "my son told me about it this morning i didn't realize how bad well into saturday morning... they say they could see heavy he suffered severe burns. "thats terrible i feel sorry for the family" hodge moved to the neighborhood nearly four years ago. she says everyone who's lived here, including reed, is very thankfully, the fire didn't spread to neighboring apartments--they seem to be undamaged. but it's a scary sight for lynne hodge and her grandkids to see out their front window. hodge says she's praying for the
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that was olivia mancino reporting... authorities say the fire doesesnot appear to be suspicious -- but the cause remains under investigation today... the f-b-i is investigating claimsof young students being held 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 that academy. we reached out to the owner and have not heard back. this weekend -- our nation lost one of the most influential supreme court justices. justice scalia was found dead on saturday morning while on a trip in south texas... authorities believe the 79 year old died in his sleep of natural causes.. he became the first italian- american justice in u-s supreme
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1986 by ronald reagan... he was known for being one of the court's most outspoken conservatives. he had been married for 56 years - and leaves behind nine children... again, scalia was 79 years old. and in his honor, across the country -- flags are flying at half staff. here's the supreme court's flag overnight in our nation's capital... the famous flag atop the white house is also at half staff... we'll have more on his legacy coming up in the show... decision 2016 coverage this morning... scalia's death was also on the candidates. the final six republicans were once again squaring off -- this time in south carolina, where another primary contest is approaching... here's chris pallone with a recap for us this morning... the six remaining republican candidates for president on the debate stage in south carolina. just hours after learning of the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. the candidates heaping conservative stalwart.
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great justices in the history of this republic." now with an unexected court vacancyy many of the candidates are urging the senate to block president obama's next appointment to the court. "the senate needs to stand strong and say we're not going to give up the u.s. supreme court for a generation by allowing barack obama to make one more liberal appointee." while donald trump and ted cruz have been sniping at bush who got in the most heated exchanges in the palmetto state. "jeb is so wrong. jeb is interest and lobbyists talking." "i'm sick and tired of him going down during your brother's reign." many analysts say marco rubio needed a bounce back performance after stumbling in the new hampshire debate. but the florida senator disappeared from the discussion for long stretches until finally clashing with ted cruz o oer immigration. "here's the truth. ted cruz supported legalizing people who
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and only now does he say that he does not." "that is absolutely false..." the first in the south primary, a week away. a chance for the frontrunners to solidify their positions. or those trailing behind to grab some much needed momentum. news, new york. that south carolina primary will take place next saturday. the democrats also shared a stage last night -- both hillary clinton and bernie sanders were in colorado for that state's annual democrats dinner... clinton also speaking on the passing of justice scalia -- saying she is praying for his family and friends... her hopes for his eventual replacement on the supreme court stood in contrast to what the republicans had to say in south
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"eleletions have consequences. the president has a responsibility to nominate a new justice and the senate has a responsibility to vote." bernie sanders also showing support for president obama to nominate a new jjstice before e leaveve office in less than a year. "it appears that some of my republic colleagues in the senate have very interesting view of the constitution of the united states and apparently they believe that the constitution does not allow a democratic president to bring forth a nominee to replace$& justice scalia, i strongly disagree with that" the two democratic candidates will have annther caucus face-off next saturday in
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now to a kwwl follow-up to what you can call a bit of an elusive story -- following a ten- day hunt for animal of iowa. officals say the search cost 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 research park. authorities say william is doing well. time now is coming up on today in iowa... uni basketball is on fire! adding a major high-point to thee list after last niggt.. highlights on the way. plus- some iowans are enjoying these very cold temps. and taking things to the ice...for a good cause. you're watching k-w-w-l. we've got you covered. snow continues viewing area. i'll let you know when it is expected to end, coming up. "now your storm track 7
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winter weather advisory continues thrhrugh this evening... we will see a few stormtrack7 live doppler radar the light to moderate bands of become more scattered for the afternoon. visibilities as the snow track through. snowplows are out and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the roads are like this morning... becoming snow-covered. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show the same. temps this morning are in
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southwest iowa. winds are southeasterly at 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keep the system rotating through the state today with scattered snow ending tonight... and then n e have another system heading our way for monday night and tuesday.... this mornings' snow will stick around into the early afternoon and then really break up tonight... we will end up with anywhere from 2 to 6" with most seeing 3 to 55.... most of that will fall this morning. highs will be in the 20s for your valentine's day. we could have a few lingering snow showers tonight with areas of fog by morning and lows in the teens to low 20s. tomorrow we warm into the 30s with more clouds than sun at times and light southwest winds. highs will bounce between the 20s and 30s most of the week with low 40s on friddy. snow will track through monday night and tuesday with some rain showers possible on friday. winter weather advisory continues through this evening... we will see a few more bands of snow track through
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southeast winds. the winds are gusting higher than 30 mph at times and could create some visibility issues. you can see on our stormtrack7 live doppper radar he light to m merate bands of snow that are rotating through the state. this will continue for the rest of the morning and become more scattered for the afternoon. roros are at leasspartially covered with snow across the state. we will have reduced visibilities as the snow track through. snowplows are out and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the roads are like thissorning... becoming snow-covered. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show the same. temps this morning are in the teens with even some 20s in southwest iowa. winds are sootheasterly at 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keep the system rotating through the state today with scattered snow ending tonight... and then we have another system heading our way for monday night and tuesday....
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around into the early afternoon and then really break up tonight... we will end up with anywhere from 2 to 6" with most seeing 3 to 5".... most of that will fall this morning. highs will be in the 20s for your valentine's day. we could have a few lingering snow showers tonight with areas of fog by morning and lows in the teens to low 20s. tomorrow we warm into the 30s with more clouds than sun at times and light southwest winds. highs will bounce between the 20s and 30s most of the week with low 40s on friiy. snow will track through monday night and tuesday with some rain showers possible on friday. and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the roads are like this morning... becoming snow-covered. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show the same. temps this morning are in the teens with even some 20s in southwest iowa. winds are southeasterly at 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keep the system rotating
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scattered snow ending tonight... and then we have another system this mornings' snow will stick will be in the 20s for your the 20s and 30s most of the week showers possible on friday. well -- the cold weather isn't stopping some people here from from getting outside and -- get this -- golfing on ice this weekend... kwwl's shirley descorbeth has been in the middle f the action this weekend -- she has more for us this morning. this...isn't your typical golf course. "it's a lot of fun...it's a in the ice, you see different distinctions inside the ice." fifty-four teams are taking part in the annual ice golf classic -- where the couuse at the mid-town marina." a group of ice men prepped the marina in east dubuque for the event. "there's about ten of us that go around and we get this course ready. it takes us about three
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ready." the 18 8 le course -- - ad to be shoveled... and holes "which they p pay with tennis balls, cause obviously in the all of this...to raise in dubuque. and with all the fun and "so far, it's been a blast, everyone was worried about the cold, but itts perfect out here...the sun is oututand there's not much wind, so it's organizers say nearly 20-thousand everyone was worried about the great." organizers say nearly 20-thousand dollars was raised through this years event -- which will now fund programs for dubuque students... stay warm out there..it's a cold one. a lot of news to still get to, coming up on today in iowa... highlights from iowa state basketball and uni basketball onon
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two great games last night.. a lot to talk about. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in manchester , sumner , decorah
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harry reid, anyone who cares about judges would not be supporting harry reid and chuck
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hillary clinton. and the consequence is if either hillary or bernie donald trump is the president, we will see the second amendment written out of the constitution. this is a basic question who the panthers have another highpoint to add to the list... let's get you to some of the action -- wittu-n-i taking on wichihia state in their building -- one of the hardest places to play in the country... sophomore klint carlson -- gets the bucket and the foul -- panthers up 4 early... and the former waverly-shell rock star feeling it -- knocking down the three -- for 10 points in the first half -- and the panthers are up 11 at the break... to the second half now -- more u- n-i -- as thhs score caps off a 16, nothing panther run -- but the shockers would come rallying back... it would stay close -- but a
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helps put this one away for u-n-i. u-u--i's defense tightens up -- as the shockers hit just 2 of their last 17 shots... and panthers take a big road win by a final of 53, to 50 -- u-n-i has now won 6 in a row... iowa state meanwhile -- returned home to ames yesterday for another ranked big 12 matchup... the number 24 texas longhorns playing visit to the cyclones... and georges niang starts off hot in the first half -- hitting big from the three point line -- at one point he scored 13 straight cycllne poiis -- and i-s-u is up 36, to 34 at half. second half -- texas keeping it close -- tying thgame at 56 at one point... but mckay -- back in the line-up helps carry the cyclones late... and they'd pull away in the final minutes... iowa state with their 22nd win over a ranked opponent in just the past 3 years -- they top the longhorns,
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great weekend for some of our iowa teams. lets talk about some dunking now...during the nba's annual dunking competition. orlalado magic fororard aaron gordon and minnesota timberwolves guard zach lavine got into a duel for the ages last night... gordon woulddake second in the final standings -- but unleashed a dunk that could go down as one of the all-time greats.... take a look at this amazing slam in slow-mo... the n-b-a all-star game will tip off at 7 tonigg in torontoo coming up on today in iowa... on the most romantic day of the year....we will takae a look at the science behind love. before we go, here's a live look outside on i-380 and county home road just north of cedar rapids...on this chilly sunday morning... be careful out there- snow is
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we'll take a short break but there's plenty news and weather coverage still to come this morning! you're watching kwwl -- we've got
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of can be found on the other side of the globe -- in hong kong! check this out... there -- 25- thousand l-e-d roses are lighting up the city's harbor front. a creative team of 80 people planted the roses... the aim of the project is simple...it's all about spreading love. "i think it's awesome. it's kinds of installlltions in hong kong." the lights will be on every evening until february 22nd... in russia -- lovers are going to great heights to express their affection... six russian couples marked valentine's day byykissing at a height of more than eleven-hundred feet atop a large tv tower this weekend... the couples were winners of a
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send their phhos and tell their love stories... they were invited to the brand new tower to be the first ones to kiss at a special spot on the observation deck... did you know that science could be behind some of that romance this valentine's day... adrienne pedersen looks explains.. terreh mello believes one of the secrets to a happy hanging out and we were friends first and still friends now" but according to dr. tampa... there's more tw love or at least attraction... than you might think. "there is some research that we tend to want to be with people role" one thing you can count on.. is for those feelings to change. "people make the mistake that when the initial intense feeling is over is that maybe i'm with the wrong person but its just a different phase." "whether it's science or not we
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that professor says romantic love can release a brain chemical actaully associated with addiction. coming up in the second half of today in iowa... a teenager goes to great lengths to make sure his peers feel the love this valentitie's day... stay tuned for that sweet story... but before we go, lets take another live look outside.. here's downtown iowa city starting to get snowy there too... be careful out there...temps are cold and snow is falling. eileen loan has all the details on the way... you're watching kwwl -- we've
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message to the country's leaders... plus...turning a negative into a positive. a museum has a very popular and unusual exibit now thanks to a sink- hole. then...we have reaction to the death of one of the most influential supreme court justices in american history. welcome back to today in iowa. thanks so much for joining us this morning. happy valentines day! i'm lauren moss. t's go right to storm track` seven meteorologist eileen loan for a continues over the entire kwwl tracking through the area this morning. roads are becoming partially to completely covered in snow and visibilities may bee reduced as these bands track through. temps are in the teens with southeast winds ta 10-20 mph. we will keep the snow into the afternoon although it will
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toward the evening. highs will climb into the 20s. we will keep a chance of snowowin the forecast, but we also have warmer temperatures on the way. i'll have more details in a few minutes. recapping some sad news this weekend... kwwl viewing area through this evening. we have several bands morning. roads are becoming partially to completely covered in snow and visibilities may be mph. we will keep the snow into the afternoon although it will become more scattered toward the evening. highs will climb into the 20s. we will keep a chance of snow in the i'll have more details in a few minutes. recapping some sad news this weekend... as the nation is mourning the loss of long-time supreme court justice scalia... over nearly three decades on
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conservative voice who believed in the written words, rather than the intent of our founding fathers... brian mooar has reaction from washington... outside the u-s supreme court ... a flag at alf- staff, antonin scalia. "tonight, we honor his time." justice scalia was 79 - the longest- serving justice on the current court - but still 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 stage for a political battle royale over his
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court's balance of power. on a polarized bench ... affirmative action and abortion but he was a firm scalia do solemnly swear... " the ation's first itaaian-american justice was appointed in 1986 by president ronald reagan ... he was known as an unapologetic - but fair do. my only agenda is to be a good judge." and he was confirmed unanimously - 98-to-zero by the senate - an unlikely scenario for his successor. he is survived by his wife and nine children.. new this morning: a man has died in an minnesota. this all happened when police say they received a call friday night of a pern who got hit by a car.. but when they arrived, police say they found the man dead from gunshot wounds.. police then received a call about a gun-man nearby...they
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suspect was later found dead. there's no word yet if and how the two incidenttare connected this morning... switching gears now... as day one of the pope's historic trip to mexico kicked off with cheering crowds -- a special welcome ceremony and a "tough love" message to the country's leaders... mary moloney has more from greeted history's first latin american pope as he rode through mexico city's historic center saturday. pope francis stopped to handing out rosaries and embracing several sick children. popeith a special ceremony- where pope francis later livered his first major address -- aimed at country's of society becomes fertile soil for corruption." the pope also spoke with a youthful populatitin is a peopleeable to pope francis wrapped up the first day of his visit with a mass at the basilica of the virgin of guadalupe.
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of mercy and of peace. but also, i come as a son who wishes to place myself under her watchful care." "today i come as a missionary blessed virgin of guadeloupe and place myself reporting. pope francis wrapped up the first day of his visit with a mass at the basilica of i come as a son who wishes to care." i'm mary moloney reporting. wishes to pay homage to his mother the blessed virgin of guadeloupe and place myself under her watchful care." i'm mary moloney reporting. today -- pope francis will lead
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be in mexico through thursday... movie star robert downey junior made a little boy's day by leaving him a message as his alter-ego o ony stark -- or "iron man" of the avengers... take a listen: "hey domenic, it's tony. i'm a know there was a civil war saving the orld isn't it? i hope you had lots of fun, i bet you all the best, keep up the good work and listen here i don't do this very often i'm making you an honorary member of the avengers. i hereby, i hearby dub thee because guess what, iron man loves you." the 9-year-old boy on the other end of that message is battling cysticc
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foundation helped the little 9-year- old transform into "iron boy"! we're told domenic couldn't stop watching downey junior's message... when a sinkhole opened up underneath a vintage #ar museum in 2014 -- it sure seemed like it would be the end of the line for some of the cars swallowed dozens of feet underground... instead -- the sinkhole has given the museum a new, unique exhibit that people are lining up to see... here's more... the building was empty.but security cameras were rolling the m mrning the ground beneath the national corvette museum cars. q: as a corvette owner john bauer, visitor from eden, ny: sick, sick the video went viral. getting more than eight million hits .... but for geoscientists... "now we're goiig to go down into the cave" an opportunity for deeper despite the damage,
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back how it was before, we decided to embrace tis as a new attraction at a corvette museum. manhole peering into the sinkhole abyss. and a v vrtual experience of what it would have been like to be standing on the cave floor... quick nats of virtual demonstration at the time of the collapse. when people are in the cave, the eight cars involved are also on display. positive out of the negative that happened... the sinkhole tat could have sunk the museum's future...transformed into an attraction of its own. sarah dallof nbc news, atlanta. have sunk the museum's future...transformed into an attraction of its own. sarah dallof nbc news,
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coming up on today in iowa... one high school student is spreading the love...to more than 8 hundred girls. how one act of kindness has made such a difference. details on the way. plus..speaking of love.. one state says flowers are out...and potatoes are in. details on the way. you're watching k-w-w-l. we've got you covered. snow continues to track through
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will bring s in our house, imagination runs wild.
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like country crock's recipe made with real simple ingredients. and no artificial flavors or preservatives. real country fresh taste from real ingredients. welcome to crock country. viewing area. i'll let you know "now your storm track 7 winter weather advisory continues through this evening... we will see a few more bands of snow track through along wiih some breezy visibility y sues. you can see
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radar the light to moderate bands of snow that are rotating through the state. this will continue for the rest of the morning and become more scattererd for the afternoon. roads are at least partially covered with snow across the state. we will have reduced visibilities as the snow track through. snowplows are out and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the roads are like this morning... becomiig snow-covered. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show the same. temps this morning are in the teens with even some 20s in southwest iowa. winds are southeasterly at 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keep the system rotating through the state today with scattered snow ending onight... and then wewehave another system heading our way for monday night and then really break up tonight... we will end up with anywere from 2 to 6" with most seeing 3 to 5".... most of valentine's day. we could have a few lingering snow showers tonight with areas of fog by morning and lows in the teens to low 20s. tomorrow we wam into the 30s with more clouds than sun at times and light southwest winds. highs will bounceeetween the 0s and wiwi some rain showers possible on friday.
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continues through this evening... we will see a few more bands of snow track through along with some breezy visibility issues. you can see on our stormtrack7 live doppler radar the light to moderate bands of snow that are rotating through the state. this will continue for the rest of the mmning and become more scattered for the afternoon. roads are at least partially covered with snow across the state. we will have reduced visibilities as the snow track through. snowplows are out and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the roads are like this morning... becoming snow-covered. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras show the same. temps this morning are in the teens with even some 20s in southwest iowa. winds are southeasterly at 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keeee the system rotating through the sste today with scattered snow ending tonight... and then we have another system heading our way for monday night and then really break up tonight... we will end up with anywhere from 2 to 6" with most seeing 3 to 5".... most of valentine's day. we could have a few lingering snow showers tonight with areas of fog by morning and lows i. the teens to low 20s. tomorrow we warm into the 30s with more clouds
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friday. snow will track through monday night and tuesday with some rain showers possible on friday. bounce between the 20s and 30s most of the week with low 40s on friday. snow will track through monday night and weather advisory continues through this evening... we will see a few more bands of snow track through times and could create some visibility issues. you can see radar the light to moderate bands of snow that are rotating through the state. this will roads are at least partially covered with snow across the through. snowplows are out and the snowplow cams are showing what some of the cameras show the same. temps this morning are in the teens 10-20 mph and gusting higher at times. we will keep the system rotating through the state today with and tuesday.... this morrngs' snow will stick around into the early afternoon and then really break up
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highs will be in the 20s for your morning and lows in the teens to low 20s. tomorrow we warm into the 30s with more clouds most of the week with low 40s on showers possible on friday. why send flowers this valentine's day....when you can send a potato? yes -- apparently that was a serious problem some in washington were facing... and they elected to go with potatoes. here the good people at the business "mysteryypotato" hard at work for today's holiday...their belief? nothing says true love like getting a potato in the mail out of nowhere... workrs write your message on a tater -- then send it to whomever you choose... at first -- the company only sent out a few a day ...but after
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valentine's 2016... as for a more traditional valentine's day gift -- the nation of colombia goes big when it comes to flowers for the romantic day... take a look at this giant warehouse full of flowers... this year -- the counry said they will supply the world w wh some 500-miiion stems for valentine's day.... this valentines day is a day...that some 8 hundred high school girls will never forget. and it's all thanks to one very generous a classmate... daniel woodruff has the story this morning... "it meant a lot." kayedin craw is still a flower) "i fet very special actually." after what happened at school (kayeddn craw/received flower) "i brought it home and my mom's like, who gave you that? hayden." (hayden godfrey/bought flowers for classmates)
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people happy as possible." the high school senior whose good deed has quickly become the talk of the town (hayden godfrey/bought flowers for classmates) "we got around 800 flowers out there." one for every gir at sky view high school (hayden godfrey/bought out during valentine's day." hayden ordered the flowers himself... and just before school ended thursday for the lon weekend -- passed them out. flower, i just thought t tat was well, especially when standup: hayden works here at money to buy all those flowers. (steve hoggan/lee's marketplace) "there's no way (laughs) there's no way." (steve hoggan/lee's marketplace) "t spend your money like that, it takes omeone with real heart." now, you might think hayden is the luckiest guy in school right now 800 girls with flowers... 800 potential dates for this big man on campus... except... (hayden godfrey/boughh flowers for classmates)
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that's right: (hayden's girlfriend) "it's really sweet of him to do this." he's taken (hayden's girlfriend) makes me very happy and very proud of him." our feel good story forou this sunday. we'll take another break but first -- here's a live look outside on u-s 218 and sergeant road in waterloo on this snowy sunday morning... be careful out there- roads are slick frrm all that snow. you're watching kwwl -- we've
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tonight -- here's a dinner idea for ou. lets go to kwwl's ally cruteher with fareway dietitian whitney packebubuh... good morning, happy sunday and happy valentine's day thanks for tuning in. if you are so what i am going to show you taco. this is one of the easiest fruit salsas i have ever made ananyou still get he same
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so what i used to make my taco anything like that i like it in a restaurant. so get a whole some chipotle sauce... and i can only find the full fat southwest bit you could mix in some greek yoort, which woold then take a different one. and then i like you are in a restaurant too is all the different colors on the plate, it down on the table. having eyes instead f just using regular lettuce. so, to make the your pineapple, i don't like to mandarin oranges -- love these! your liking. and then you just jalapenos are optional, but i would add something in there with a little bit of heat, maybe some red pepperlakes... just to give it a litle zing. yeah just so you it sit in the fridge for about an hour or so, and then just a need to do for the salsa. yum! yeah, i think you could! whitney thanks so much we really appreciate it. hopefully all of you will have a fabulous rest of to check out that recipe again -- just switches things up and that lime zest smells really good! smells
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could probably pull it off! waste it. or if you want to use a cup and save the rest, that's fine. about half a cup of mandarin oramges -- love these! some jalapenos, i have about a teaspoon here but you can go to your liking. and then you jalapeeos probably ptional right? yes jjlapenos are optional, but i would add something in there with a little bit of heat, maybe some red pepper flakes... just to give it a little zing. yeah just so you have that niceeix of flavors,
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it sit in the fridge for about an hour or so, and then just a pinch of salt to even out the flavors. and that is all you need tooo for the salsa. yum! and even chicken this would be great on. it switches things up and that lime zest smells really good! smells really fresh, and it's so easy i could probably pull it off! yeah, i think you could! whitney thanks so much we really appreciate it. hopefully all of you will have a fabulous rest of the day but for now we will toss it back to lauren. to check out that recipe again -- just head to our website kwwl dot com. here's another live look outside on road condittons in anamosaa- snow is building there too... we'll be back with one more look at the forecast with stormtrack seven meteorologisw eileen loan... you're watching kwwl -- we've got
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viewing area through this evening. winds may reduce visibilities at times. another round of snow tracks in monday night and tuesday with a chance of rain on friday. highs will be mainly in the 20s and 30s this week. light to moderate snow continues to track through the state today with 2-6" over the viewing area through this evening. winds may reduce visibilities at times. another round of snow tracks in monday night and tuesday with a chance of rain on friday. highs will be mainly in the 20s and continues to track through the visibilities at times. another mainly in the 20s and d 0s this
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scalia and the rarest of events, a vacancy on the supreme court in the middle of a p psidential election. how the fight over his replacement could paralyze the senate and all of washington. we'll hear from fourrepublican presidential candidates, donald trump, ted cruz, marco r rio and john kasich. plus, that wild republican debate last night. >> you are a principle -- >> you are the single biggest tiar. >> when you point to h own record, he screams liar, liar, liar. >> i think we're fixing to lose the election to hillary clinton if we don't stop this. >> also, bernie sanders gets a taste of what he may face as he tries to win african-americanan voters. _v i've said black 50 times, all right. that's the 51st time. >> can hillary clinton win by making this cpaign a referendum on sanders, not herself? joining me this sunday morning

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