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7 live weather network camera showing mostly cloudy skies. storm track 7 live doppler radar has a little bit of activi showing up. a lot of this isn't reaching the of mason city, and again in western iooa. so here's ffure track tonight showing the chance for a little light rain, and temperatures will be near freezing so there could be a little light snow oj freezing rain with the system, so we will temperattes are above freezing right now. hehee are a look at the current temperatures. our attention is focused on the major winter storm for early next week. a few changesn the forecas you can see on your screen. a mix of rain and snow possible southeast, with heavier snow the farther northwest you go. also, a lot of wind likely out of this snow. all the details in just a few minutes.
caucus -- and the entire state is seeing a fair share of presidential candidates -- making their final kwwl's kristin rogers joins us ve from cedar rapids tonight -- where the clintons are campaigning together. kristin? on saturday, january 30, gun violence prevention advocates former congresswoman gabrielle giffords and captain mark kelly will campaign for hillary clinton in iowa. giffords and kelly will join hillary clinton for a get out the caus event discuss what's at stake for iowans in the february 1st caucus, and hillary clinton's record of advocating or commonsense approaches to reduce gun violence. ...kwwl news. thanks kristin -- meanwhile int& des moines-- clinton supporters kicked
afternoon -- at campaign headquarters. senator bernie sanders also makes a few stops arournd the statt todayy- for a final push before caucus night. here's what he had to say. right now... election were held secretary clinton a little bit ahead. virtually tied. we will on monday night if there is a low voter turnout." senator sanders was in manchester turnout." senator sandees was in manchester and waverly today. republican presidential candidate donald trump makes a few rounds in eastern iowa this weekend. several dubuque upporters welcome him -- while others did not. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth attends his rally -- and joins us live in the t-h media newsroom with the details. shirley?
it was a large crowd...filled with lots of energy. but a small group of people donald trump is back in dubuque -- making his aaument on whyyhe should be the next america so great again. all these hats, make america great again." dubuque regional airport is the first of three business man, i think he's a taking a liking to him. a small group of protesters interrupt the rally. "if we spoke to them for a few minutes, we can ccnvince them, i think, unless they're on something, which is a real with it -- they're kicked out.
other republican candidates make stops in eastern iowa today -- including carly fiorina. she spoke at steamboat garden in waterloo this afternoon. kwwl's hillary maglin attended the event -- and joins us live with the latest. hillary? well mac -- fiornia greeteder supporters today right on time and spoke about lots of different issues... incluung the currenen government... her fellow candidates... and exactly what she'd do as commander and chief. she al touched on reforming social security... defeating isis and stopping the group from reforming... and enforcinnan immigration system that works for american citizens. after speaking for around 40 minutes... fiorina took questions from the crowd. she encouraged her supporters not to settle for any otter candidate... and to caucus for her. "i think we are being told to horrors of the abortion industry. i think we're being asked to settle. to settle foa nanaon with now reerd numbers of men who are out of work." fiorina also said the country needs someone who knows how to
save jobs - which she saii she would do as president. fiorina added she believes her fellow candidates donald trump and bernie sanders would not make ideal leaders. we'll have more coveraggof other republican candiates who made stops in iowa tonight at 10. we've got you covered live -- hillary maglin ...kwwl news. thanks hillary. carly fioriia also made time to talk to her supporters after the rally -- and took pictures. going into the caucus -- you can check out kwwl politicallanalyst chchs larimer's latest blog on kwwl dot com. he shares a few of his expecations going into monday night. you can find it by visiting our website -- and then clicking on blogs. new a a six -- at least one person is dead and several others injured following a shootout at the denver coliseum in colorado. denver police say at least one person was shot -- and othhrs were stabbed at the motorcycle expo.
taken to the hospital. acccording to a doctor -- six patients were brought to the ospital to be treated. police say several officers are still on scene -- investigating the were shots fired and at least do not have anyone in custody police say at least one person is being questioned -- but no arrests have been made. investigators areesearching for a motive at this hour. continuing coverage tonight -- restaurant managers at the newer tokyo bay are picking up the pieces tonight -- after a fire this morning. it was reported arournd three o- clock. firefighters say they believe it started in the kitchen area. when they arrived -- the saw heavy smoke billowing from the buildig. no injuries were reported -- but there was quite a bit of smoke damage throughout the restaurant. owners say the restaurant opened a femonths ago -- and they are
they can piccup the pieces. cedar falls police investigate an armed robbery. it was reported in the 11-hundred block of west 20th street -- before ten o-clock last night. police say two people were outside smoking -- when they were approuced by three men with covered faces. they allegedly demanded money from the victims -- and then started to fight. according to witnesses -- one of the men had a gun. the case remains under investigation -- and anyone with information is asked to call the cedar falls police department. coming up on kw- wl -- if you're an undecidedvoter -- we've got the solution for you. and when you see news -- or you have pictures or video to share -- you can do that by going to our facebook to date on breaking news and weather information. but first -- here's a live look at the sttrm track seven live got you covered, with macleod hageman, meteorologist kyle kiel and sports with mark woodley. this is whe kwwl news at six." "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i nt to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life
fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
kiel. thheat trackerris in the green over the next 48 hours. we are tracking the chance for a little bit of lidht rain later tonight, mainly across tte far north. most of us stay dry. a few snowflakes could be mixed in the the
light rain tomorrow morning, butwe will see scattered rain showers throughout the day, then a front moves in and cools temperatures for the afternoon. monday will be partly to mostly cloudy. here's the storm track 7 live weather network showing a mostly cloudy sky. again, moot of us will stay dry overnight. if any precipitation does fall, it will be in the form of rain as temperatures are expectededto remain above freezing most o the night. here are the
across eastern iowa. storm track live doppler rrar showing a little bit of activity to our north and west. this is maly staying aloft as we have dry air in plce, but a litttte bit of liit rain has been reported west of mason city, as well as western iowa, so there could be a light shower over night. this is allpart of a sysyem in colorado that will track to the east and north east, leaving the chance of rain in our forecast but nothing widespread. let's track it all out with future track. starting early this evening there will be a couple scattered light rain showers to the north, and that's mainly where it will stay throughout the night, otherwise a mostly cloudy sky. we will
with the scattered rain showers throughout tomorrow morning. there may be a chance for a little mix with snow or light freezing raiiearly when teteperatures are below freezing. but those throughout the afternoon we will mainly have a mostly cloudy sky before a little bit of brief clearing tomorrow night. ther may be a little bit of fog, but we will mainly have increasing clouds into the day on monday. this is all ahead of the major winter stoo that we have been trackii for several days now. there have been a few tweaks to the forecast. while we are still ttlking about sevevral inches of snow across the area. however, there is a northwest trend in
air may be added to the system across the southeastern thiid of the combination of those three, before we all switch to snow in the afternoon. the heaviest snow will be acrossssthe northwess. no matttr what, it is going to be very windy with wind gusts up to 50 mph possible, creating hazardous driving conditions. here's a look at a couple of computer models thaha we use, showing where the heaviest snow will fall. right now this particular model, we will call it model one has a spread of one to twelve inches of snow across the state of iowa. you can see the break down here. anothe model we use is coming in a little bit weaker, but still dumps the
central and northwest iowa. now a couple other models have come in about who to support monday on caucus day -- or if you even want to caucus at all -- we have the kw-wl dot com -- and take the c-n-n 20-16 candidate matchmaker quiz to supportv coming up on kwwl l - we hit the mat as waverly- shell rock chased a conference championship -- plus -- the iowa state cyclones looked to take down a top 5 team for the 3rd timemein less than 2
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america ere after a lifetime of labor,
a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'i'bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. one of the areasashat i've been particularly interested in is t t area of children.
that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're
born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'i'not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton,
for the third time in less than 2 weeks -- the cyclones faced a top 5 opponent - and those same cyclones would be seeking a
3rd straight win over starting off a run -- monte morris with the teardrop -- cyclonee within 4 -- then at the end of the half -- deonte burton -- one of his best games of the year -- slams it home -- iowa state ties it at 30 at the break -- second half -- down 4 again -- but burton rattles the rim one more time -- 11 points coming off the bench -- and he cold dish it as well -- nice pass to jameel mc-kay for the slam -- cyclones by 3 -- under 10 stretch --
-- 20 for house -- aggies up one and house pretty much ends it right here -- cyclones don't get it done this time -- falling to the 5th ranked aggies 72 to 62 -- cyclone women -- meanwhile -- are in a tough stretch giving up a 7 point halftime lead -- and falling to 21st rankded oklahoma 77, 71 today -- iowa state's now dropped 5 straight conference games -- they'll try and get it going at kansas on tuesday -- to the mat -- the northeast iowa conference tournament -- the oldest in the state of iowa -- waverly- shell roc's 11 straight titles -- but new hampton wws extremely strong i i the lower weeghts -- in the 113 final -- that's sophomore noah fye -- picking up a second period pin on wsr's derick wyatt -- moving to 126 -- crestwood's ryan steffen getting things going against nate lasher of charles city -- steffen with the takedown as he'd hold on for a 4-2 win and a conference title -- to 132 -- keaton geerts of new hampton -- rananed number oneein
shell rock's austin yant -- geerts would w[n by fall -- but team-wise -- waverly shell rock did crown 3 champs and already had the meet won prior to the finals even but team-wise -- waverly shell rock did crown 3 champs and already back to the court -- butler against marquette -- butler's roosevelt jones didn't have a 3-point make in his career -- but n nw he's got one -- the three quarter court bomb before half -- jones had taken over 11-hundred shots in his career -- but that was just the fourth three point attempt during his 3 years -- not to be out done -- checc out jason gore on the 18th hole of the farmers insurance open -- 250 yards out, his second shot on the par 5 -- and gore will roll it right to the bottom of the cup for the first albatross of his career -- ------------ which was good -- but this one may have been even better -- the
nanajang teeing off on the par 4 8th hole -- and making history -- the first hole in one on a par four in lpga history -- two albatrosses -- one day -- thanks mark. fromomostal workers to nurses... he's been endorsed for real change: bernie sanders. endorsed by friends of the earth action as "a bold, fearless voice for the planet." the naon endorses bernie saying, "you can trust sanders because he doesn't owe his political career
the des moines register calls him, "a man of courage d principle." endorsed by council bluffs daily nonpareil bebeuse "he would build on obama's legacycy and challenge the establishment." i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. (donkey noise) (elephant noise) (mic screech)) therers a big difference between making noise... (mic tap) ...and making sense. (elephant noise)
one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we
intend to be e re that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to w(om they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to s her gogiven potential.