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zika cases continues to go up. and today, president obama awards the medal of honor to a good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and i'm jerry gallagher. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. while above normal this morning, we are below freezing. we should gain some ground today with southwest winds this morning at 5 to 15 mph, but they will turn back to the north and pick up speed again, which will drop those temps again this afternoon. mostly clear now, but clouds will track in with a cold front
sleet track in tonight and early tuesday morning. today, though, we will have increasing clouds and highs in the 30s to the 50s... as the winds turn, those temperatures will start to drop. i'll let you know how much snow we are expecting, coming up in a few minutes. continuing coverage -- this week the state should wrap up its case against a man accused of killing his own wife. on friday, alexanders fazzino's interview with police officers played in court. he's accused of killing his wife, emily, and told investigators her addiction to prescription drugs was putting stress on their marriage. the trial could wrap up this week. a person has died after they were hit by a car. it happened over the weekend in davenport. police say someone was hit in a parking lot.
continuing to investigate how this happened. a pastor is shot to death inside his church during sunday morning service. this happened in ohio. witnesses say the pastor had just walked back to the pulpit when the shooter got out of a pew and followed him. witnesses heard a couple of shots fired while the choir was singing, and it quickly became "we had a gentleman come in i heard two shots. wasn't a minute and i heard two shots. and so i just got everybody out of the church. and we just kept hearing shooting and shooting. bang bang bang." more than 20 people were inside the church at the time. the
four people died in a plane crash near a texas airport. a pilot landing at the airport spotted the crash site in the woods and called it in to authorities. the f-a-a is now investigating the crash. meantime a small plane has to make an emergency landing on a highway. this happened over the weekend in indiana. the pilot safely guided the plane into the median to avoid oncoming traffic. police say the pilot, his wife and their son were flying to a soccer game when the plane lost power... "they were traveling from carmel to louisville. in this plane. they lost power. mr. weren't going to make it that far." the f-a-a is looking into it. a passing driver who was headed to the soccer match stopped and picked up the teenager. decision 2016 -- a busy monday on the campaign trail right before super tuesday.
of what we can expect. the new nbc news - wall street journal - marist poll ... shows republican presidential frontrunner donald trump leading the field in georgia and tennessee but senator ted cruz texas. looking at the democrats now...hillary clinton leading bernie sanders by a near two-to-one margin in three key super tuesday states. she's also coming off a big win in south carolina on saturday. china reported two new zika infections over the weekend, bringing the total number of confirmed cases there to eight. the patients are two siblings from china who had traveled to venezuela. china is on high alert as the number of cases increase and the weather begins to warm up across the country. an update this morning to the water crisis in flint. aides of the michigan governor knew something was wrong with flint's water as far back as october 20-14. that's according to recently released emails. the aides talked about switching the water supply six months after flint started using its own river for drinking water.
levels of lead that can cause neurological problems in children. dozens of people in eastern iowa have donated to the water crisis. you're looking at a storage unit filled with donated water that will be sent to flint. the organization "resources unite" kicked off their "just add water" drive earlier this month. since then -- people from all "the campaign has exceeded our wildest expectations, we set a goal to collect 1,000 cases of filling our ninth semi." about 20 people from the area will go to flint on friday. they'll be going door-to-door -- dropping off water -- and imagine climbing 85 flights of stairs wearing 60 pounds of equipment. that's what some eastern iowa firefighters are preparing to do in a few months. they are doing this all for a good cause...
live in waterloo... she caught up with a firefighter who's done this challenge already and who is preparing to do it again. headquarters (?) and there are four firefighters from this station preparing to do the fight for air climb in des here's a time-lapse video fo the fight for air climb in des moines last year... you'll see some firefighters climbing the stairs challenge before on his own... he's excited to have a team this our lives together. we eat in the same kitchen for a third of our lives. we sleep in the same big bedroom. i mean we really are roomates. but ouside of work everyone's more independent so it's reallly kind of nice to be able to spend more time with the guys you work wiht outside of work." here's pictures of when sam did the fight for air climb two
this year... there are 4 buildings total in the climb... and each member of the waterloo team willl climb one building while wearing around 60 pounds of gear... all of the money raised from this event will go toward the american lung association. we've got you covered live in waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. the waterloo fire department isn't the only team in eastern iowa... if you would like to donate, head over to our website, kwwl-dot- com. bees, birds, butterflies and beetles are among a growing list of species in jeopardy of extinction. researchers warn the trend could threaten the world's food supply. the report finds about three- fourths of the world's food crops depend on pollination by insects and other animals. factors causing species decline include loss of habitat, agricultural pesticide use, disease, and climate change. but there's good news for the
the population's increased by 255- percent this season compared to last year in mexico. conservationists are optimistic --but say the butterflies are still at risk as their migration continues. president obama will award the nation's highest military honor today to a navy seal who helped rescue a u-s hostage in afghanistan. he took part in a risky mission to save a doctor kidnapped by as a navy seal, edward byers jr. is no stranger to danger. the night of december that means it's a no-fail mission. our objective - our goal - is to bring back an american hostage alive." and that, he and other seals did, rescuing doctor dilip joseph who the taliban in afghanistan had been holding captive for about four days. "it was at that point that i engaged the person i was on top of and jumped off the guy i was on and onto the doctor who was about three or four or maybe five feet away from me to my right." for his heroic effort, president obama is awarding byers
"it wasn't until he called and i got to speak to him that. and he said, "congratulations. i looked at your reward and i'm approving you to receive the congressional medal of honor." that's when it's like - ok, this is real." but byers is also dealing with another reality. he was the second seal to burst into the taliban hideout to free doctor joseph. the first seal, nicholas check, was killed. "nick was. he embodied what it means to be an american hero. he will forever be remembered in the pages of history for the sacrifices he made." plenty of people are calling byers a hero as well, but his young daughter might not be one of them. "my daughter knows that i'm daddy, and she loves me just for that. if you talk to her one- on-one she'll tell you the five different nicknames she has for magnitude of the moment isn't lost on everyone though - especially mom. "when i called my mom that
and i was like, "of course mom. i'm pretty sure you're going to be allowed to come." michelle kosinski, cnn, the white house. he's the first living navy seal to receive the medal since the vietnam war. it's coming up on today in iowa.... today is february 29th also known as leap day. we'll tell you how you can snag a deal or two if you were born today. plus... it was a night filled with some big surprises and some night's oscars. it is relatively quiet now, but things will be changing as a cold front tracks
weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: breezy with snow and sleet tonight into tomorrow morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are looking good right now, but things will change tonight as a system tracks in. temperatures this morning are in the upper
with mid 30s to our west. southwest winds will help warm us up today... they will become gusty ahead of a cold front that will turn the winds to the north and bring a halt to any heating. it will also bring more clouds to the area... we are dealing with mainly clear skies this morning, but there are a lot more clouds to the north and northwest. as the front tracks to the south, we will have cold air streaming in. a low will track along the front and will bring moisture. this will bring sleet and snow to the viewing area tonight and tomorrow. sleet will cut down snowfall amounts, but we will be seeing anywhere from a trace to 3", although some areas may get a bit
tonight through midmorning tuesday for the falling snow and sleet along with the gusty winds that will continue through tuesday morning. winds will turn to the north today and that will bring a halt to our heating. temps will be falling this afternoon. snow and sleet tonight will add up to trace to 3" in most of the area by morning with gusty north winds causing more headaches. snow showers tuesday morning then partly sunny in the afternoon. colder, too with highs in the upper 20s to mid 30s. we will be in the mid 30s through friday before warming for the weekend. another chance of snow tracks in wednesday night and thursday with rain and
if these temps have you looking if these temps have you looking forward to summer -- you're not alone... a boat and r-v show was of the main attractions. organizers say spending time in a boat -- is like being on your own personal vacation... "get in to a boat, and then like boating. get the family together, get family and friends together, just a great way to spend the summer." more than 40 of the newest boat and r-v models were on display. it's coming up on today in iowa.... hold onto your mouse ears... disney is bumping up prices at
offering leap day promotions. and arby's is taking a leap toward vegetarians today. it's offering up the company's first-ever meatless menu... alongside its regular menu. the vegetarian menu is available today only... and is essentially arby's signature sandwich lineup, minus the meats that make them sandwiches. beginning in march -- subway will start selling its new antibiotic-free chicken. in october subway announced it would start to transition -- to serving only protein from animals that have never received antibiotics. subway's goal is to move to antibiotic-free turkey within the next two or three years -- and beef and pork by 20-25. almost one in three americans has a sugary drink, at least once a day. that's according to a new survey from the c-d-c. younger adults were most likely to drink these beverages ... which contain nearly eight teaspoons of sugar per serving. if you're planning a trip to the happiest place on earth in the near future -- the cost to do so has gone up... the resorts will charge three
time of year -- for a single day park ticket. prices will be the cheapest on days when school is in session, it goes up 10-dollars for weekends and summer breaks, and even higher on peak days. that includes most of december, spring break weeks and july weekends. disney hopes its "surge pricing" will -- quote -- "help spread out visitation." frequent travelers know legroom is shrinking on airlines -- leaving some people to feel like they're packed in like sardines. new york senator chuck schumer says he thinks the f-a-a should require airlines to abide by a seat-size guideline. he says legroom on planes used to be 35-inches -- now, it's 31... "nothing bothers people more than the fact that there is almost no legroom. the average passenger feels like a vote on the f-a-a bill is expected
the 88th annual academy awards are in the books.....with a mix of expected and unexpected winners. jinah kim brings us highlights nats "spotlight". the title described the attention....a surprise oscar winner for best picture. nats "this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies that voice." best picture favorite "the revenant" still won row... nats of inarritu "i can't believe this is happening." and a first career oscar for leonardo dicaprio as best actor..... nats of dicaprio 'i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let's not take our planet for best actress went to "room"'s brie larson....completing her domination of award season. nats of larson "thank you to the fans, thank you for going to actress went to first time nominee alicia vikander for "the danish girl". while "bridge of spies" mark rylance pulled an upset for supporting actor....beating out heavy favorite sylvester stallone. nats of rylance "if you ever
hanks, would it help, the answer's clearly yes!" "mad max fury road" took home the most oscars....six overall...all in technical categories. nats of al sharpton "we're not saying who must win." before the show, demonstrators blocks away, protested the academy's lack of diversity the subject was also on host chris rock's mind.. nats of rock "i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known on a night when the spotlight was on hollywood's best. another notable---despite being the highest grossing film of 2015, "star wars" failed to win in any of its five nominated categories. in hollywood, jinah kim, nbc news. it's coming up on today
take a look: pet owners dressed-up their pups and gathered to celebrate in the capital city of lima. the dogs, ranging from pit bulls to poodles participated in the annual dog carnival costume competition. the event aims to raise awareness of responsible dog ownership and also marks the end of carnival festivities in peru. storm track seven meteorologist eileen loan is back with another check of your storm track seven forecast. breezy with highs from the 30s to the 50s early then falling as winds turn to the north. snow snow wednesday night and thursday with rain and snow
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in iowa." now on today in iowa: two iowa cities in the spotlight as we dig deeper into national crime statistics. but the news isn't necessarily bad. plus, we're just a day away. super tuesday could be make or break for a number of candidates. and trouble for taxpayers. what uncle sam is now saying about identity theft and our tax and i'm jerry gallagher.
eileen loan is here now with your storm track seven forecast. while above normal this morning, we are below freezing. we should gain some ground today with southwest winds this morning at 5 to 15 mph, but they will turn back to the north and pick up speed again, clear now, but clouds will track in with a cold front and then snow and sleet track in tonight and early tuesday morning. today, though, we will have increasing clouds and highs in the 30s to the 50s... as the winds turn, those temperatures will start to drop. i'll let you know how much snow we are expecting, coming up in a few minutes. iowa may be the first prize --
tomorrow is the biggest day on the campaign calendar so far. super tuesday is tomorrow -- a month after the iowa caucuses jumpstarted the race for the white house. tomorrow -- 12 states could change the course of the race for the white house. tracie potts has a preview of how things are shaping up. mainstream." with trump leading every super tuesday state except texas. his opponents are hitting hard: "friends do not let friends vote for con jobs." "that was such an insult. you don't call somebody of achievement. you don't do that." ted cruz is leading his home state, texas - and slamming trump for not condeming support from the former head of the ku klux klan. "we should all be united in saying that the clan is reprehensible and has no place in politics." super tuesday's looking good for hillary clinton. coming off her huge win in south carolina: "well, we got decimated. that's what happened." bernie sanders "feeling the burn"... of the south's african
"i'm gonna need your help to win the democratic nomination." clinton's leading nearly 2-to-1 in key states... focused on trump: " i don't think in a campaign you make wild promises, you insult everybody and then people clinton could find herself on defense - the rest of her emails are due to be released today. i'm tracie potts in washington, now back to you. after tomorrow, saturday is the next key day. kansas has its caucuses this weekend, but there's a conflict. some basketball fans are upset because the jayhawks also play iowa state on saturday, their final home game of the season. "i'm thinking there's going to same decision i'll have to be thousands of people at home
some fans are petitioning the school and e-s-p-n to change the game time. the jayhawks and cyclones will tip off at three o'clock saturday. still no word this morning about a missing man from eastern iowa. rashon montgomery was last seen -- friday night at six when he left work at the isle casino in waterloo. police say he has autism -- and they're worried about him. call police if you can help track him down. right now, a man is in the hospital after a fire. it happened in the knoxville area yesterday. firefighters say a man was working on his truck in his driveway -- when it suddenly caught fire. the fire spread to the man's overalls. firefighters say the man was severely burned -- and was airlifted to iowa city. cedar rapids police investigate a report of shots being fired. derek bailey was arrested. police say he fired the gun in the air behind hazzard county american saloon on second avenue
"it's unfortunate this isolated forward." that's the president of rock bar, which is down the street from hazzards. he says he believes downtown has become safer over the years -- and says he appreciates the heavy police presence they see. the man accused of killing his wife and a rookie police officer is an army staff sergeant -- assigned to the pentagon. that's the latest twist in this tragic story out of virginia. hundreds of people came together to honor officer ashley guindon. she was sworn in on friday. a day later, she was shot and killed -- after being called to investigate a domestic dispute. "she was exceedingly bright, obviously driven in what she was doing, and skilled in so many ways." two other officers were injured. the suspect could face the death penalty if he's convicted. new statistics from the f-b-i might surprise you. those numbers show violent crime is down across the country and two
dubuque and ames rank as the top two cities in the u-s where crime has dropped the most. f-b-i numbers were analyzed from 2010 to 2014 -- in dubuque -- the five-year drop in violent crime is 58 percent. it's a 56-percent drop in ames... we've been pretty fortunate over the years to have a very low violent crime rate. and so, life issues." - commander jason tuttle - ames police department violent crime includes murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. again, the numbers don't include 2015. it covered 2010 to 2014. right now, authorities are trying to find two inmates who escaped from a correctional center in iowa. it happened at the newton correctional release center in jasper county. two inmates were missing during a routine count on saturday night. here are pictures of both. one man is serving 10 years on drug charges. the other 27 years on drug -- and other -- charges. this is not what you want to
the i-r-s says the number of identity theft victims is much higher than it thought. last may, the i-r-s said crooks used a popular tool on their website to steal 104-thousand tax forms. in august, the agency said the number was even greater --330- thousand. now, it's even worse. the i-r-s says it's closer to 720- thousand. the agency plans to do more to warn taxpayers about it. it also took down the online tool thieves were using to steal personal information. a group of firefighters are preparing to climb 85 flights of stairs in their full 60 pound gear. they are doing this all for a good cause... kwwl's amanda gilbert joins us live in waterloo. you caught up with them to find out why they're doing this... 85 stories in 60 pounds... that's what a team of 4 firefighters will be doing in a few months.
part in the fight for air climb... all the money raised from this event goes to the american lung association. here's some time lapse video of the climb last year. i spoke with a firefighter who says this is his second time doing the challenge "its appropriately named the fight for air climb. our gear although it does a good job keeping heat out. it also does a really good challenge. " sam says this year there are four members on the waterloo team and four buildings in the challenge so each member will climb one building. and sam says they are really excited be able to work towards prevention by helping the american lung association. he says they don't always get to do that with this job.
waterloo... amanda gilbert... kwwl news. there are other firefighters in eastern iowa participating in this challenge as well. if you would like to know how to donate to the waterloo team, visit our website at kwwl dot com the kitchen is closed for good at a dubuque restaurant -- and some people don't like it. crust italian kitchen and bar announced earlier in the week it was closing saturday. but after running out of food friday night -- it shut down a day early. several people say they're unhappy -- esepcially those who couldn't redeem their unused gift cards. the owner tells kwwl -- things like this happen all the time in the restaurant business. a family in need of a lift is getting one, thanks to the love and support of firefighters. the family in oklahoma already lost their six- year-old son. now, his two- year-old brother is fighting the same form of cancer. kristin shanahan shows us how firefighters stepped in. since he was just 16 months, jase bollenbach has been engrossed his whole left kidney. he had one in his pelvis, and one in his brain." he's gone after treatment here at
so happy. ...but that quickly changed when he was met by oklahoma city firefighters and this big red engine. "look. see the big fire truck? woah!" ...a little hesitant at first... "can you climb up there? climb up there. let me help you. okay?" jase got in -- buckled up and ready to go. "jase, should we turn the siren on?" with that, the sirens sounded... ...and he was off to the fire station. "he was talking the whole time, asking questions. how you work everything. what everything did." "did you get to ride in the fire truck? was it fun? "yeah." when he got to the station, his face really lit up. jase got to slide down the pole... "you got to hurry! you got to hurry! come on!" ...use the hose, and even got a badge. "...and that makes you an alright?" "you have no idea. the joy on his face. there's been so much
we all did. i can't thank the oklahoma city fire department enough. i mean this is something we will all remember forever." as jase was learning, everyone around him learned something too. "take everything and just have fun with it. just enjoy every little thing that comes around." "...to love hard because you never know when the next day will be." we've got much more to get to this morning: including a red- hot uni team -- saying goodbye to a group of seniors -- playing their final game at home.
guy -- boxers or briefs. a p-g-a golfer leaves his pants it is relatively quiet now, but things will be changing as a cold front tracks through today and then low pressure brings "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered! with jerry gallagher, ally crutcher and meteorologist eileen loan. this is today in iowa." "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team:
toniweather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: breezy with snow and sleet tonight into tomorrow morning. stormtrack7 live weather network cameras are looking good right now, but things will change tonight as a system tracks in. temperatures this morning are in the upper 20s to around 30 with mid 30s to our west. southwest winds will help warm us up today... they will become gusty ahead of a cold front that will turn the winds to the north and bring a halt to any heating. it will also bring more clouds to the area... we
skies this morning, but there are a lot more clouds to the north and northwest. as the front tracks to the south, we will have cold air streaming in. a low will track along the front and will bring moisture. this will bring sleet and snow to the viewing area tonight and tomorrow. sleet will cut down snowfall amounts, but we will be seeing anywhere from a trace to 3", although some areas may get a bit more. a winter weather advisory will be posted tonight through midmorning tuesday for the falling snow and sleet along with the gusty winds that will continue through tuesday morning. winds will turn to the north today and that will bring a halt to our heating. temps will be falling this afternoon. snow and sleet tonight will add up to trace to 3" in most of the area by morning with gusty north winds causing more headaches. snow showers tuesday morning then partly
the upper 20s to mid 30s. we will be in the mid 30s through friday before warming for the weekend. another chance of snow tracks in wednesday night and thursday with rain and snow possible saturday. tonight through midmorning tuesday for the falling snow and sleet along with the gusty winds that will continue through tuesday morning. winds will turn to the north today and that will bring a halt to our heating. temps will be falling this afternoon. snow and sleet tonight will add up to trace to 3" in
on the p-g-a tour these days. apparently, pants are optional on the p-g-a tour these days. golfer gary woodland's tee shot ended up in the water... and so did he. he didn't want to get his outfit dirty, so he took off his shoes, socks and pants. he didn't seem fazed about hitting a shot on national tv in his boxers. in fact, he went on to par the hole. the academy has spoken. so who is celebrating this morning?
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i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto . xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto . hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop.
take certain medicines. xarelto can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto , watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto , tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . the biggest award of the night went to spotlight. the movie about the boston globe's investigation into the catholic priest scandal won best picture. many thought the revenant would win best picture. however, the star of that movie --
best actor. it's his first academy award after 6 nominations. he used part of his speech to talk about and for those people out there who's thank you so very much." brie larson won the best actress oscar for her performance in "room". another upset -- was in the supporting actor category. mark rylance won for "bridge of stallone. this has not been an award-winning few weeks for the iowa basketball team. the 8th ranked hawkeyes had lost three of four coming into yesterday's game at ohio state.
second. jared uthoff with the three. he had 16 in the game later -- mike gesell finds dom uhl for three -- iowa up 6 -- 6 minutes to go. but the buckeyes would rally -- down the stretch. iowa has struggled to win close games in recent years. that trend continued on sunday. iowa falls again. 68 - 64. we'll have to see how far they fall in the rankings when the new ap top 25 poll is released later today. now to a team on a winning streak. the uni women going for six wins in a row. the panthers hosting loyola on senior day. another great performance by uni. they take down loyola 63-52 and remain in first place in the missouri valley conference with two games left. there's a youth movement in the n- b-a. detroit pistons star andre drummond picked up a young fan to sit on the bench with him. he sat on the bench for the last few minutes of the game -- talking basketball and maybe cartoons with the players.
fan credit for being persistent. a teenager showed up at the knicks game with a poster asking one of their players to prom. he replies -- saying he couldn't because of scheduling issues. but she didn't back down. she showed up to another game with a new sign -- hoping he would say yes this time. it's a race to the top - top of the rock -- in new york city. hundreds of people scaled flights of stairs from ground level to the top of the rock observation deck at rockefeller center. runners crossed the finish line on the 69th floor with an amazing view of the manhattan skyline and a medal. the eighth annual event is expected to raise one million dollars for m-s research. it's you're watching today in iowa on k- w-w-l. eileen loan is back with another so, let me get this straight -- u.s. cellular has the phone you're looking for,
check of your storm track seven forecast. breezy with highs from the 30s to the 50s early then falling as winds turn to the north. snow and sleet tonight with t-3" possible, ending tuesday morning. another chance of light snow wednesday night and thursday with rain and snow showers possible on saturday. here's a live look outside at ,
about the mission. plus...super tuesday is tomorrow and this morning we're looking at how the polls are shaking up ahead of the big day. and firefighters across eastern iowa are gearing up, training for a race. a live preview coming up. here's a live look at our good morning it's 6 a-m -- today is . good morning, i'm ally crutcher. and