tv KWWL News at Ten NBC November 29, 2016 10:00pm-10:34pm CST
""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." good evening everyone, i'm ron steele. and i'm amanda goodman. thanks for joining us. our top story tonight -- forests across the southeast are in flames tonight. with thousands of acres burning around great smoky mountains national park in tennessee -- another round of lighting and high winds are expected to only make matters wo here's an overhead look at the widespread fires in gatlinburg, tennessee. emergency crews in the area say the fires are now responsible for three deaths. fires also continue to burn in neighboring states. dan scheneman has more tonight. more than 80-thousand acres are burning across the southeast....about half of those acres are in north carolina where thousands of firefighters are working around the clock. "yeah there was a couple times where we stood there and the starts running up trees and stuff."
drought and treacherous terrain. "this fire's so challenging because the fuel is so extremely dry and because the terrain is very very steep and those two combined we're not able to put tractors or people been destroyed some areas have been evacuated and residents are worried. "scary. yeah, we gotta house down there." a nasa photo shows how are....smoke billowing up to 10-thousand feet in the air. right now there is little rain in the forecast and it's not clear when the fires will finally be controlled. dan scheneman nbc news. at least 14 fires totaling almost 15-thousand acres are burning in the
-- 14 more people have been taken to hospitals because of the fires. calmer weather here -- but for how long? storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: clouds tonight produce a few showers are expected wednesday with the higher chances the closer you are to thursday and friday are mostly cloudy while saturday and sunday will be partly cloudy. high temperatures are in the upper model guidance has been showing a large storm impacting travel impacts on the midwest...again this is for wednesday and thursday...at this point. there will most likely be timing clouds tonight produce a few flurries with temperatures dropping into the low 30s. closer you are to the ia/mn state line. we go back to flurries wednesday night. thursday and friday are mostly temperatures are in the upper model guidance has been showing a large storm impacting eastern iowa wednesday and to track the potential for a large winter storm to have travel impacts on the midwest...again this is for wednesday and thursday...at this point. there will most likely be timing adjustments and storm track adjustments in the days to come. stay tuned for later
tonight --- the first step in what organizers hope will be many towards a solution to waterloo's violence. we are the village --- hosted by the local n- double-a -c-p --- held tonight at the center for that arts welcomed community members of all background to come together. kwwl's jessica hartman was at the event --- she joins us live from made this event different from other anti-voilence events held recently? ron -- probably the biggest different tonight --- was action. people in the community are tired of talking and ready to take action. three murders --- this year --- two in the month of july -- his suspected killers awaiting trial. then this month darrell lanier and talasa wrigt shot and killed in seperate incidents --
community members stepping up and asking how can we help? "it is young people dying and we are sitting in our homes like it does not matter. so tonight, we are going to come up with some solutions and we are "we are dealing with alot of kids that are saying, 'you want me to put a gun down? someone is trying to kill me.'" n order to change that ---people are rolling up there solutions. "as a community if we don't look for change then . . .how can we expect them to change, if we are always calling them a thug or an addict. we just have to have a new mind and refresh ourselves." "these kids need somebody. they don't need us to just talk all day and everyday about what we can and can't do.
the groups filled out forms with their ideas --- we are a village plans to go through those and set up work groups to start implementing the suggestions. a common thread tonight --- more mentioring. news 7 kwwl. if you would like to get involved --- head to our website kwwl-dot-com. across the country -- an investigation into a deadly holiday meal is continuing -- as the cause behind three deaths after a thanksgiving dinner is still a mystery.
became ill after eating at this american legion building. police there say all eight people who became seriously sick live together -- and no one outside hospital. but many others out of the 835 people who ate the meal did report feeling sick afterward. "it was a nice dinner... turkey, coffee... about one o'clock in the morning i woke up with started throwing up really bad - i mean really bad. i was sick." event said in a statement the source of the illness is not known -- and thier dinner is just one in a number of possibilities the an iowa woman is facing a felony charge -- after police say they found her young daughter alone in the rain wearing only pajamas.
wright county jail tonight -- she's charged with neglect or abandonment of a dependent person. this stemming from an incident earlier this month in galt -- where police say they found ceplecha's two-year-old daughter outside in the rain without shoes, wearing pajamas. they say the child and another one- year-old of the woman's were taken into protective custody. meanwhile -- an investigation is 18- year-old prisoner in iowa. timothy fluharty junior died in custody over the weekend -- in southeast iowa's jefferson county. police there say he was arrested on suspicison of marijuana possession and taken to the fairfield jail early saturday morning. he began to show signs of an unknown medical issue about three hours later -- and died. an autopsy will be performed as
woman crashes right into it. it happened just after seven-30 this morning at mulgrew's tavern in east dubuque, illinois. police say the woman was driving down the street when her brakes went out. she ended up crossing both time. a man who lives right above the tavern heard it happen. "it was just like a loud cannon going off. woke me up out of bed, looked out the windown and saw a blazer through the front door of the mulgrew's bar." some injuries. she was taken to an area hospital, but has since been released tonight. everyone else is okay. alliant energy is hoping to bring new jobs to cedar rapids--with an industrial park the plan is to have it here-- near the corner of 76th avenue and edgewood road southwest-- and streching for 13-hundred acres. alliant says the big "to be a big impact for the
even a new industry for the now to be able to compete with that the states never had before." landowners will continue to farm the land-- until it is bought. coming up on kwwl -- a plane carrying a soccer team and a group of journalists crashes into the side of a mountain. once again showing some action tonight. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up... and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking "this is kwwl news at ten. with ron steele, amanda goodman,
stormtrack 7 weather team: scattered light rain/snow showers are expected wednesday flurries wednesday night. thursday and friday are mostly cloudy while saturday and sunday will be partly cloudy. rain monday then dry tuesday. model guidance has been thursday next week. obviously this far out for any details. we impacts on the midwest...again this is for wednesday and thursday...at this point. there stay tuned for later updates. clouds tonight produce a few flurries with temperatures dropping into the low 30s. closer you are to the ia/mn cloudy while saturday and sunday will be partly cloudy. high temperatures are in the model guidance has been eastern iowa wednesday and thursday next large winter storm to have wednesday and thursday...at this point. there will most likely be timing adjustments and storm track from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast flurries with temperatures dropping into the low 30s. scattered light rain/snow showers are expected to flurries wednesday night. thursday and friday are mostly cloudy while saturday and sunday will be partly cloudy. rain monday then dry tuesday. model guidance has been thursday next week. obviously this far out for travel impacts on the midwest...again this is for wednesday and thursday...at this
clouds tonight produce a few flurries with temperatures with the higher chances the closer you are to the ia/mn state line. we go back will be partly cloudy. high temperatures are in the upper 30s and low 40s. showing a large storm impacting eastern iowa wednesday and will continue to track the potential for a large winter thursday...at this point. there will most likely be timing adjustments and storm track adjustments in the days to come. stay tuned for later updates. stormtrack 7 weather team: clouds tonight produce a few flurries witer flurries wednesday night. thursday and friday are mostly cloudy while saturday and sunday tracking the chance for showing a large storm impacting eastern iowa wednesday and potential for a large winter storm to have travel impacts on stay tuned for later updates. clouds tonight produce a few flurries with temperatures showers are expected wednesday flurries wednesday night. thursday and friday are mostly cloudy while saturday and sunday tracking the chance for showing a large storm impacting eastern iowa wednesday and potential for a large winter storm to have travel impacts on timing adjustments and storm track from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast
scattered light rain/snow state line. we go back to flurries wednesday night. temperatures are in the upper 30s and low 40s. we are tracking showing a large storm impacting travel impacts on the midwest...again this is for wednesday and thursday...at this point. there will most likely be updates. clouds tonight produce a few showers are expected wednesday with the higher chances the closer you are to thursday and friday are mostly upper 30s and low 40s. we are tracking the chance for eastern iowa wednesday and thursday next week. obviously this far out for large winter storm to have point. there will most likely be timing adjustments and storm track adjustments in the days to come.
we still haven't seen any significant snow build up here in iowa quite yet -- but others are dealing with the worst of winter. one state in the northeast is dealing with dangerous ice conditions along ron this video showing some of the destructive crashes in vermont today -- where black ice has caused multiple crashes, road closures and at least one death. police there warning drivers to stay off the roads, if possible. further south -- a volcano is once again active, spewing ash into the sky. check out the popocatepetl volcano once again showing some
can see -- and is mexico's second tallest volcano. the volcano is about 44 miles east of mexico city. yesterday's string of severe weather here in iowa getting some official results tonight -- with four confirmed tornados touching the ground throughout iowa. we received viewer videos of several of the funnel clouds -- tornados touched down in parkersburg, grundy center, radcliffe and montezuma. all were e-f zero tornados. coming up on kwwl -- a deadly airplane crash shocks an entire continent. the latest on the colombian plane
girls dorm building in turkey. police there say the fire may and killed twelve people -- including 11 teenagers. at least 22 other girls were hurt in the fire, according to a government official. an investigation into the fire is continuing. meanwhile -- fre crews are battling a large pipeline explosion in missouri tonight. no injuries have been reported in the fire -- and crews say they're trying to figure out who owns the pipeline. they say the pipeline
part of her finger off while shooting a pit bull that she says was trying to attack her. we want to warn you that the video may be disturbing for some viewers. over thanksgiving weekend -- the deputy responded to a call about a homeless man who hadee bbin tten by a pitbull. in the video -- you see her approach a mobile home when owner -- then the animal lunges at bray. bray shoots the dog and part of her left ring finger. continuing coverage now -- into a deadly plane crash in colombia. daylight pictures from the scene show wreckage sprawled across a mountainside -- rescuers have been able to rescue six people alive from the crash site -- but at least 71 people died in the crash. an investigation into the sudden crash is ongoing in colombia.
soccer team and 21 journalists -- and crashed while on its way to the finals of a south american championship. fans, friends and family members of the soccer team's players have been gathering at the team's stadium as they mourn. one fan said the players knew their fans well and would say hello to them in the street and know them by name. almost all of the 40-plus team died in the crash late last night. here in the midwest -- nearly two dozen protesters are apprehended during a rush hour minimum wage hike. police took 21 demonstrators into custody after a protest at a busy minneapolis intersection. the demonstration -- part of an effort for a 15-dollar per hour minimum wage hike for fast food workers. coming up next in sports... we had a good one on the hardwood with the waterloo east boys playing host to
hawks looking to avoid a three game losing streak -- looking alright early -- jordan bohannon -- another in a long line of great ones in that family -- triple has the hawks up 7, 5 -- moments later -- it's bohannon again -- he finished the game with 7 treys, 23 points -- hawks with a two point edge -- but the irish p-- just a bit too much tonight -- steve vasturia from downtown -- notre dame out to a six point lead -- and they kept it going -- williams with the jumper -- irish up nine -- iowa would rally late in the half -- peter jok with the trey -- makes it a two point game at half -- but the irish would pull away down the stretch in the second half -- iowa drops their third straight -- losing tonight 92 to 78-- high school ball tonight -- waverly- shell rock on the road at waterloo east -- the go-hawks big man -- uni commit austin phyfe with the early putback for a 2 point edge -- and w-sr looked strong out of the gate -- john stensland dials
6 -- but the trojans kept themselves in it -- tyre reed responds with his own three-ball -- and then on the inside -- big tyus phillips gets the board and bucket -- east back within two -- but phyfe was too much for them tonight -- 24 points -- go-hawks get a 59, 47 win -- fourteenth ranked waterloo west girls hosting cedar rapids prairie -- great game in the first half -- prairie's jenna wagemeester on the break -- they'd take a 3 point in the second quarter -- but just before the halftime buzzer -- tahya campbell strokes in the long trey -- west led 29 to 28 at half -- second half -- wahawks would start to impose their will -- aliyah robinson from the arc -- made it a 4 point waterloo west lead -- and then from the corner -- it's campbell with three more -- west jerry moses was one of the best and maybe the best to ever step on the grid-iron in the city of
and east high football star has died at the age of 65 -- moses was a part of east high's incredible seven year unbeaten streak in the late 60's and early 70's -- he ran for 56 touchdowns and was twice named a first team all-state running back before moving on to iowa state under head coach johnny majors -- his cyclone career was cut short by injuries -- but moses later returned to iowa state and earned his degree in 1984 -- two of his sons j-j and milan both also starred for the tr a pending -- welcome back -- officers get
midwestern state. police in kansas put cameras along a park trail -- and end up picking up some wild footage. check it out -- what the video ended up capturing were some harmless, costumed wildlife. a wolf in high heel boots is a different sighting for the area -- as are two people in gorilla suits spotted frolicking on camera. on the department's face book page -- police thanked the community for noticing the cameras... for their sense of