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confidence of both uni and iowa state's a-d jamie pollard. sinking basket after basket - - you might say the panthers had a little extra energy in the mcleod center after solidifying new leadership earlier in the day. president ruud "he knows who we are. he knows where we need to go and he knows how to win both on and off the field." harris "i come into this saying that my vision is that i want us the strong coaching staff, the talented athletes -- saying his job will be to provide them the resources they need." harris "it should be our goal that we are doing more. that we are raising more money and the university can be used for other things that are priorities for the entire university."
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staff excited by the selection - - and hopeful for the future of i think the most intriguing thing today was to see the iowa state people to support him. then you know you have a great person when they come to support him." and that's exactly what happened -- iowa state athletic director jamie pollard in u-n-i territory - supporting his longtime friend -- even wearing a purple tie. pollard "well first and formost, he is going to bring a lot of character. david is a good person." harris called pollard the single thus far. we've got you covered . . .jessica hartman kwwl news. harris also saying he is excited to valley and is looking forward to getting to know the community better. a breezy night ahead -- let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the sky remains mostly cloudy next week with highs in the 30s. we wednesday. model guidance has a man--shot and killed in cedar a man--shot and killed in cedar rapids tuesday night, marking the first shooting homicide in the city this year. it happened around nine-thirty at the cedar valley townhouses on the city's sw side. 25-year-old joseph perkins jr. of chicago, was killed. and another man was taken to the hospital with a gun shot wound to the leg. while the city made it 54 days into 2016 without a shooting death,
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rapids are up this year. kwwl's kristin rogers spending the day sifting through the numbers and talking with people in city, kristin? i spoke with police chief wayne jerman earlier this afternoon and he said he was alarmed by the number of shooting incidents in january, and now the department is dealing with the first fatal shooting of the year. (nats) they're scenes no one wants to see outside of a equipt special responce team. this video--all coming from shooting scenes in cedar were 10 reports of shots fired in the city, that same month this year, had 14...both of those numbers are way up when compared to
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years ago. (cg: wayne jerman/ police chief) "january's numbers january which were high." february so far has had just four reports, but one of them most recently includes a murder. (cg: city, it's hard for cedar rapids police to target just one area." police believe the whatever reason. and many who have moved to the city say the violence is relative, (cg: erica coxhead/ coe student) "i've heard the city being called crapids and i was in this city, i don't, when i step off campus i don't necessarily feel unsafe." police say while cedar rapids is a mid-sized city, it's experienced some urban vioelnce. to be clear police consider a shots fired situation whenever shell casings are found or there is property damage, it's not always just
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say they interviewed a number of people following last night's homicide, one thing they are sure of is that it was not random. we've got you covered live in cedar rapids, kristin rogers, kwwl news. the police department announcing their new police community action team or p-cat, a little more than a month ago. the team was created to address the violence in the city, we are told they were not shooting. continuing coverage -- testimony continuing today in the murder trial for a man accused of killing his wife. today's focus on the victim's injuries... 41-year-old alexander fazzino is charged with first degree murder in the death of emily fazzino. emily's body was found on the bathroom floor at their home in boone in 2012. her grandfather founded the fareway stores grocery chain. the family's nanny -- cassie
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she says met emily at the daycare she worked at and had emily's youngest child in her class. in her testimony, frye says emily was growing more and more worried about the safety of herself and her children in the days leading up to her death. (cassie frye, nanny) "i asked emily two questions. the first yes, i asked her if she was worried that alex would harm her in anyway or he would kill was emily's response? she nodded her head yes." during cross examination, frye admitting although they were very close, she didn't know about emily's addiction to prescription medication until emily was clean
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the defense also looking to show she didn't ever actually see alex harm emily. new at ten -- one person in the hospital after being hit by a car in downtown waterloo. according to police - - the driver was making a left had turn on to 4th street when the accident happened. the victim is said to have minor decision 2016 coverage -- donald trump with another overwhelming victory in the republican nevada caucus. here's a look at the final numbers. trump with nearly 46-percent of the votes -- earning 14 delegates. senator marco rubio placing in a distant second with just under 24- percent -- and senator ted cruz in third with 21- percent. rubio and cruz earning seven and six delegates, respectively. dr. ben carson and governor john kasich finishing in fourth and fifth, trump back on the campaing trail
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he visited regent university --taking questions from the school's chancellor and members of the audience. trump also touching on last night's victory in nevada. donald trump (r) presidential candidate "we had really an extraordinary night and one of the things that big league with evangelicals and it was such a good thing." marco rubio appearing on the today show earlier this morning. here's what he had to say fresh to take all the lessons of every year and a very unusual process and the nevada caucuses are a typical. i respect nevada very much but last night that process was just different then the rest of the country." meanwhile -- g-o-p candidates are gearing up for super tuesday -- which is next tuesday. 12 states will be voting -- and nearly 600 delegates will be avaiable
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and on the democratic side -- hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders are looking towards this saturday for the democratic primary in south carolina. we have full coverage of decision 2016 on our website at kwwl dot com. senator charles grassley continues to defend his party's refusal to consider a u-s supreme court nominee. we interviewed senator grassley on our five o'clock show. he says he doesn't care if he isn't viewed favorably as chairman of the judiciary committee.. grassley also says he and fellow republicans believe voters deciding on a president this november should get a say in who replaces bipartisan as well as an institutional reason for holding this over. but the most not about somebody. this is about a process and this is about letting the people have a chance to speak."
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ried, says grassley will be remebered as the most obstructive chairman ever for being the first to refuse a supreme court nominee. coming up on kwwl... an iowa high school basketball team receiving some offensive chants from opposing teams -- some surrounded around a presidential candidate... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler schnackenberg has your full forecast, coming up... "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen
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reporter: "so when you hear, say, one side, saying that they'd like to wait 'til "the next president is in office to appoint a justice, what do you think about that?" justice o'connor: "i don't agree. i think we need somebody there, now,"
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weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the sky remains mostly cloudy
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pressure system moves northeast through the great lakes area. the wind diminishes after 5 pm thursday and becomes light overnight through friday. a mix of sun and clouds are expected both thursday and friday. saturday and sunday will be warm with highs in the 50s and breezy conditions. saturday will be sunny while clouds increase sunday with a slight chance of a late afternoon or evening rain shower. temperatures turn cooler next week with highs in the 30s. we are tracking a possible storm to move into the middle of the country tuesday and wednesday. model guidance has been all over the place with this low. each update is very different from the previous one. it is something we will continue to track and have more details as we get closer.the sky remains mostly cloudy tonight and breezy as a low pressure system moves northeast through the great lakes area. the wind diminishes after 5 pm thursday and becomes light overnight through friday. a mix of sun and clouds are expected
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saturday and sunday will be warm with highs in the 50s and breezy conditions. saturday will be sunny while clouds increase sunday with a slight chance of a late afternoon or evening rain shower. temperatures turn cooler next week with highs in the 30s. we are tracking a possible storm to move into the middle of the country tuesday and wednesday. model guidance has been all over the place with this low. each update is very different from the previous one. it is something we will continue to track and have more details as we get closer.the sky remains mostly cloudy tonight and breezy as a low pressure system moves northeast through the great lakes area. the wind diminishes after 5 pm thursday and becomes light overnight through friday. a mix of sun and clouds are expected both thursday and friday. saturday and sunday will be warm with highs in the 50s and breezy conditions. saturday will be sunny while clouds increase sunday with a slight chance of a late afternoon or evening rain
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temperatures turn cooler next week with highs in the 30s. we are tracking a possible storm to move into the middle of the country tuesday and wednesday. model guidance has been all over the place with this low. each update is very different from the previous one. lakes area. the wind diminishes model guidance has been all over alive and well in small portions but it's alive and well" coming up on kwwl... a predominantly minority iowa high school basketball team receiving
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chants towards an iowa high school basketball team -- targeting the team's minority players. and they're using one of the bigger presidential candidates name in those chants. justin surrency speaking with some of the players and school employees... perry high school bucks
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schoool :07-11 "we are really more of an urban they embrace that diversity and it shows on the basketball court with players of latino, native american and african american heritage. s/ned menke/basket ball coach :21-26 "it's all about who you are as a person and that's what is great about a small town like perry..." unfortunately that diversity isn't being celebrated by everyone... s/kevin lopez/basketball player :30-35 "we are all aware of racism, monday nights game against dallas center grimes opposing fans used trumps disdain for illegal immigrants trump, trump, trying to intimidate us with the things mr. trump has said that he's going to do with immigrants" "with the political climate the way it is this year, it's a little more charged" it's cut the community and players like senior shammond ivory deep... s/ shammond ivory/basketball player :57-1:02 "it's honestly disrespectful,
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during the game and on and off the court everywhere i go." it's been a constant almost all season for perry... "we had an instagram issue 2- weeks ago with a conference school and the school administrators took care of it very well." the blue jay's have found a way to turn the other cheek... "there's a way to be loud and proud and we live by that and we do it every single day we don't need to be disrespectful..." they've turned hateful chants into motivation... "as soon as i hear something like that it just triggers me coaches and my community." s/justin surrency/reporter 1:39-1:45 "a check with some sportsmanship traits immediately greets all those that walk into the perry gymnasium...they hope opposing teams follow suit and if they don't, they hope their play on the court can change their hearts and minds about race... "it's not about the color, we are
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an athletic director from one of the opposing teams with the offensive chants says the issue has been addressed at their school.. but he declined to comment on whether or not any students were disciplined. coming up next... the iowa hawkeys looking to get back in the win column against wisconsin after last weeks loss to penn state and its senior night for the uni zach grant joins us next on kwwl. "now, kwwl sports, presented by your local toyota dealer." good evening, i'm zach grant the iowa hawkeyes looking to rebound we don't just serve any fish sandwich at culver's. we serve wild-caught, north atlantic cod. this cod grows in water that is cold, clean and pristine, full of flavorful nutrients, and that comes through in the fish. this is the way we ship it to your restaurants. it's not pre-breaded. so not only do we use the highest quality cod, but we still hand-batter it the old-fashioned way. that's remarkable. and we think we get the best fish filet sandwich because of that. this is the best fish sandwich in america.
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pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance. flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide.
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that ugly upset loss to penn state one week ago tonight at carver hawkeye arena jarrod uthoff and the hawks hosting the wisconsin badgers in the first half anthony clemmons out to peter jok for three hes got it gives the hawks badgers not going away joradan hill picks off a pass and he takes it coast to coast for the slam bucky up three at that point later off the mike gesell miss adam woodbury the offensive board and he finds clemmons for the layin hawks up one time running out for iowa nigel hayes drlls one from downtown hes got it bucky up four and thats how this one went iowa has now lost two in a row for the first time since november... hawks fall at home 67-59 meanwhile its senior night at
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paul jesperson and wes washpun playing there final game for the purple and gold taking on indiana state. onto the action paul jesperson gets the panthers going early hes good from long distance uni up two early the sycamores trying to keep pace christian smith he responds with a three of his own from the corner then things started to go well for the panthers washpun, to klint carlson, to bennet cook who throws it down with two hands next time down the court cook in a giving mood this time... with the assist to wyatt lohaus who goes with the reverse layup uni up 5 then off an inbounds pass jeremy morgan squaring up.. he knocks down a triple then more from lohaus we saw alot of this from him at iowa city west in panthers up 7 and check out the shot from wes washpun.. gets denied on the first try... gets it back and now as jessica hartman showed you early the uni panthers annoucned david harris as their new atheltic director... here he
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halftime of the uni game. harris "my family and i are well aware of uni's tradition both academically and athletically. you all have done a fantastic job building a foundation and it is our job to make it better." and congratulations to the cedar falls boys bowling squad taking home the state title down in des moines they finished first with 3,230 pins beating the second place team dubuque hempstead by 145 pins. avery bauer led the way for cf with a high score of 465.... thanks rick.
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what's all this nonsense about balls? pink balls, blue, yellow, red. it's hard to keep the whole thing straight. and all these so-called deals? well, they come with a lot of deal breakers. like when you leave the city the signal goes weak. u.s. cellular built a network to give you a stronger signal where the other guys don't. and as for deals? how's $300 back for every line you switch? $300! no ball nonsense. get $300 per line and a stronger signal,
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a final look at your forecast.
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