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information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: high clouds will be over parts of the kwwl viewing area this mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we we will let you know how long this nice stretch of wh the trump transition team is working quickly to fill key positions for the new administration. hallie jackson has the latest. donald trump's white
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his transition team working fast to figure out who - goes where. multiple campaign sources tell nbc news... high-profile people are in the mix for high- profile positions. like chris christie... newt gingrich. and rudy giuliani who did not rule out attorney general rumors. rudy giuliani/cnn: i certainly have the energy. there's probably nobody that knows the justice department comment" to word he could be all - on a special list... reports - exclusively... the president-elect's team has named nearly thirty people... to whom they'd like to give access to the most sensitive details of american foreign policy. the list - includes current and former members of congress - and the military... like senator jeff sessions... and retired general mike flynn.... maybe not
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but some - are outspoken.. like john bolton... an ambassador the u-n under president bush. (nats) to bring son-in-law jared kushner to the white house thursday. walking the south lawn with president obama's chief of job. he's not allowed. positions. that rules out ivanka - donald junior - and eric, too. but overnight - trump staffers, submitting ideas for other names... as the transition team - puts together a list of up to diversity - not all from new york or dc. trump values and that will likely be reward... wih steve bannon - his controversial campaign ceo - reportedly one option for chief of staff. another? rnc chair reince priebus. i am honored to continue to help in any way i can.
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continued for a second night across the country. tens of thousands upset with the election of donald trump as our next president. continuing coverage now -- continuing coverage: an abandoned building catches fire in waterloo. firefighters rescue a man who was trapped inside -on the second floor. then police have to arrest him for trespassing. this happening in the 900 block of commercial street early this morning. police say although the building is abandoned... they sometimes find homeless people living inside. authorities say the exact cause investigation -- but there are no arson charges right now. one man's death is raising more questions about the treatment for veterans in iowa. curtis gearhart was living in johnston after serving two tours in the military as a combat engineer. he had been receiving treatment for p-t- s-d. but when he went back in to the v-a about two months ago for recurring headaches, family members say he was told he had "they send these soldiers over so young to fight these wars and then they don't
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taking care of them when they come home." senator joni ernst says she plans to look into what happened between curtis and the v-a. ernst is also waiting for answers about the death of brandon ketchum. his family says he tried to get help at the v-a in iowa city -- but they claim he was turned away. he took his own life in july. senator ernst sent a letter to the v-a one week later demanding an investigation. she's st a deadly drug is making a name for itself in iowa. carfentanyl is the name of it -- and it is potent. the governor's office is teaming up with others to hold town hall meetings across the state. they want to teach families about this drug and others. mary patch -- lost her niece to prescription pain killers... "i think these kids think these drugs.
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animals, like elephants. it's 10-thousand times more potent than morphine. help available for eastern iowans who often deal with flash flooding. the city of dubuque launching a new program. eight-point-four million dollars is now available to help improve more than 300 homes in the bee branch area. this is video of the flood mitigation project being built in the area. now - forgivable loans are available to homeowners to help them make their homes more resistant to future flooding. the new program is thanks to money the state is getting from iowa state university gives two police departments a special gift -- after two officers were killed in ambush attacks last week. the cyclones wore the two departments' logos on their helmets during last thursday's game. each department received one yesterday... it can serve as a symbol to all you choose to do what you do for the benefit of all of us
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autographed football. it was a personal gift .. because pollard knows he's an iowa state fan. a dedication for the university of iowa children's hospital. university leaders joined others in dedicating the new university of iowa stead family children's hospital this morning. construction began about 4 years ago. patients are scheduled to begin moving into the new hospital next month. a broadcasting legend comes back to iowa -- to make a donation to the university of iowa library. tok iowa. he went to the university of iowa for a year. he's giving some things he's collected over the years as a journalist to the school. that includes -- a notebook from reagan ---but his favorite... "probably would have to be that
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time at the library --- recording the stories behind many of the pieces in the collection -- before the exhibit opens later in the year. brokaw is celebrating 50 years with n-b-c. coming up... happy veterans day. some kids get quite the surprise just in time for the holiday. here is a look at your current radar and temperatures. we will let you know if ani track seven forecast. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl news at noon" "now your storm track 7
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast good friday afternoon i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. high clouds will be over parts of the kwwl viewing area this yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start
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to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thura the kwwl viewing area this afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday in the kwwl viewing area. high clouds will be over parts a mostly sunny sky. temperatures
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lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday in the kwwl viewing area. high clouds will be over parts a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we s lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we of the kwwl viewing area this afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and
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southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday in the kwwl viewing area. coming up after the break.... many people are honoring veterans today in unique ways. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday
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coming u veterans today in unique ways.
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country. today president obama is honoring our nation's veterans. this morning -- the president layed a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns --- an annual observance at arlington national cemetery. here's a sky high veterans tribute at a hockey game. four navy seals rappelled down from the rafters in florida. they were there for the face-off. between the two team captains. an early veterans day surprise from a father to his sons. yesterday, a school in connecticut held its veterans day ceremony. students sang patriotic songs and learned about the different branches of the military. a senior chief petty officer returned home from a deployment in africa -- just in time to surprise his kids... "absolutely insane. huge butterflies. i haven't seen these guys in about eight months. so it's been a long time, way too long."
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he's been in the navy for 19 years. more than 130 restaurant chains are saying "thank you" to veterans and active military members. ihop is offering free red, white and blue pancakes. chili's, applebee's, and olive garden are each offering a free meal from special menus. longhorn steakhouse is appetizer or dessert.. and anyone eating with a veteran today at longhorn will get ten percent off their meal. coming up on kwwl news at noon... one veteran fulfills his promise after fourteen years. and we are taking a live look right now at the white house in washington d-c. a beautiful day there as we thank those who served our country. we'll take a short break and be
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play taps at his grave. as rikki mitchell shows us -- 14 years later -- he delivered. played the bugle -- but as the years went
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he said the promise he made eddie kept eating away at him. "in a way i felt a little guilty about not doing it but i knew eddie where ever he is would understand but the more i i'm going to do it." he bought this world war two era bugle off the internet and has spent the last five months practicing. "eddie right now is laughing at me for hitting a couple frogs." tom met eddie when they were in the army's 29th calvary unit during world war ii. "we ended up going over in asked to use it never wanted to attention to myself under fire." they came back to the u.s. right before the war ended. "they were preparing for the invasion of japan at that time we would have been part of that invasion thank god the war ended though." tom always remained close with eddie's son -- eddie junior. "he'd be happy he'd really be happy." "he's a good pal." invasion of japan at that time
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close with eddie's son -- eddie junior. "he'd be happy he'd really be happy." "he's a good pal." coming up on kwwl, the mister fo and today -- howie has a but first, a look at your latest i wanna wish everyone a happy veteran's day. today is a day we should salute all who have served in the military, and be
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looking for soemthingp secial to do for a veteran, how about browning some ground beef along with an onion and a bit of oil. now we add some canned crushed tomatoes, a good amount of barbeque sauce, a couple cans of kidney beans, and chilies is the bbq sauce, which adds a touch of smokiness. after this simmers and the flavors come together, take a pot of this over to a veteran who lives nearby. just
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our, "bbq one-pot chili" is online now and is ready to help you thank a veteran for all they've done. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we found an "honorable way" for you to say . "ooh
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are enrolling in obamacare after donald trump is elected president. and... protesters against the dakota access pipeline go to the extreme and take a big risk. then... celebration today in iraq as one town is no longer under isis control. good afternoon and thank you for joining us for kwwl news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for your first forecast. 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:
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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: high clouds will be over parts of the kwwl viewing area this afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible 30. light winds will turn to the we will let you know how long this nice stretch of continuing coverage now -- obamacare enrollment surged this week as donald trump won the presidency. he's promised to end the program. more than 100- thousand people selected health plans on the healthcare-dot-gov website on wednesday. trump flew to d-c and back in his own plane -- but once he's sworn in -- he'll
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private jet for air- force-one. the military- owned plane is equipped with special features to protect the commander-in-chief. now, if trump insists on using his private jet, he'll have to install all of those features -- using his own money. vice president elect mike pence returned to indiana for a welcome home rally. pence says he's humbled by the support he's getting from the people of indiana, and promises "i ask to support our president-elect donald trump as he prepares to assume the the land." earlier in the day -- pence joined trump on capitol hill as they met with g-o-p congressional leaders. a protest over donald trump -- and a racist message found in a high school bathroom. students at a high school in the chicago suburbs staging a sit-in after finding "whites-only" on "it's very unsettling that this could happen at my school." "i think it's in direct relation to our election. it's sad that we
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gets in office and kdis feel that it's ok to do this stuff" the district's superintendent says the school is investigating, trying to track down who's responsible for the graffiti .. and is also using this as a teachable moment for students. three protesters go to extremes to stop the construction of a they crawled into the pipeline and refused to come out. this video is from boone county. oxygen was pumped into the pipeline to keep them safe. the protesters say they are trying to protect fresh water supplies -- and, they are willing to risk everything. the des moines register says -- each protester was pulled out the two girls accused in the slender man stabbing case are in court today. it's a motions hearing. the girls were 12 when they
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please slender man -- a fictional horror character. the two girls --- now both 14-years old --- are charged as adults in the attempted murder case in wisconsin. reports from several psychologists will be considered in court today. a celebration as an iraqi town is no longer under the control of isis. the community was recaptured as iraqi forces continue to make their push to get a much larger city -- mosul -- out of the hands of isis. people who live there went into the spring water -- which they say they cou't years -- when isis had control. take a look at this -- a trapped deer crashes through a class storefront in oklahoma. no one knows how badly it was hurt, since it kept running away. we also don't know how the deer got trapped in the first place. she wowed everyone in rio -- and she is already setting her sights on the next round. simone biles says she's taking time off now, but it won't be long
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one bronze in rio -- that included winning the individual all- around. david bowie was known for his music, but the late artist... was also known for another kind of art. his art collection. dozens of pieces are being sold at auction -- and it's going far better than what organizers expected. here's an example. one piece was expected to go for four million dollars. it sold for about eight million. 30 million dollars, and i think really the market totally re this wonderful collection that he put together." the auction was the first of three to be held. coming up... frozen in time? one basketball team takes on a challenge at the white house. and stormtrack seven
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. afternoon, otherwise it will be of year. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we of the kwwl viewing area this afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be
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clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday of the kwwl viewing area this afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeaa be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will in the kwwl viewing area. high clouds will be over parts a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures
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will stay dry through thursday in the kwwl viewing area. high clouds will be over parts a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we high clouds will be over parts of afternoon, otherwise it will be a mostly sunny sky. temperatures will be a bit cooler than yesterday in the lower and middle 50s, but that is normally where we should be for this time of year. frost is possible tonight with clear skies, light winds and lows in the mid 20s to around 30. light winds will turn to the southeast after midnight and may be just enough to start again on sunday that will continue most of the week. we will stay dry through thursday
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lows in the mid 20s to around temperatures up a bit. cool weather saturday will lead to above normal temperatures again on sunday that will check this out-- the cleveland cavaliers made a trip to the white house and while there -- they did their own version of the mannequin challenge. to do the challenge -- people stand as still as they can -- like a mannequin. first lady michelle obama
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a special report: a family experiencing with the unimaginable -- shares their intimate story in hopes of helping others.
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3rd, 2014. that date may not mean anything to you...but for one iowa family...their lives were
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they recently opened their home to kwwl's amanda goodman to share a very own homes. it was 3:30 in the morning and i opened the door and i could see forgot to turn off the lights. all of the lights were on (starts to cry)...that's when you found him? (she nods - let this part breathe) it was there - in her basement - that wendy came face to face with the unimaginable. her 15-year-old son around his family...was gone. it was there - in her basement - that wendy's son took his own life. my mom called me and i could literally feel my heart hitting the floor. alan mast - wendy's brother - evan's uncle...drove an hour to get to his sister's house in the middle of that night... they had him where he was...before they moved him. i
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wendy, alan - and the rest of their tight knit family shocked - there were no signs they saw leading up to that fateful night. evan was a free-spirit always wanted to do right by people... sometimes he felt like he didn't always fit in...just wanted people to like him. my last day with him i never knew anything was wrong with him. he would always stay up late - it's ok mom - go to bed - i love you. there were no signs before - but evan left clues behind - like pieces to a puzzle... i find out after the fact that he was failing every single subject and i never knew anything about it. evan was failing - his uncle and grandfather found so many completed assignments in his folders - completed but never handed in. he cut ties with nearly every single family member on
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she found the lightning bolt that potentially started it all. i found a poem on his phone that somebody sent to him...it basically told him to go hang himself because the world would be a better place if he would. what i want to know is - how death, evan's grandmother noticed writing on his arms - he quickly covered up - her he was fine. after he was gone, his family found a picture in his phone - it showed his arms covered in hateful and hurtful words - he text someone that picture and said "this is what i hear every day at school." that's probably the hardest thing for us to accept - knowing he was open with us...kept so much closed were there missed signs all along masked by his beaming
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fine" responses? there are times i don't want to go to bed bc when i close my eyes... it's questions like those - moments like that --that continue to haunt wendy... i hope nobody ever has to go through that/ it's the hardest all of the what ifs...i wish he would have come talk to me. i wish i could have helped him. i wish somebody would have told me what was going on. stronger - but forever broken... death, evan's grandmother noticed writing on his arms - he family found a picture in his phone - it showed his arms covered in hateful and hurtful words - he text someone that picture and said "this is what i hear every day at school." that's probably the hardest thing for us to accept - knowing
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much closed were there missed signs all along masked by his beaming smile? were there too many "i'm fine" responses? there are times i don't want to go to bed bc when i close my eyes... it's questions like those - moments like that --that continue to haunt wendy... i hope nobody ever has to go through that/ it's the hardest all of the what ifs...i wish he would have come talk to me. i wish i could have helped him. i wish somebody would have told me what was going on. a family - closer and stronger - but forever broken... evan's cousin kylie - her words - forever etched... "you have left and i am broken. but for you, heaven's gates are
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say...even though i miss your smile, the moments we shared were all the worrh while. it wasn't long enough together, but it was long enough to last forever. and while i pray and say amen, i know i will see you again. as a mom, what do you miss
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daughter never went back to their house. experts say check your child's phone. read all incoming and outgoing messages. know their passwords, look at their social media pages -- their accounts are your
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in our hollywood minute. "trust the force." (nat) the force is strong with the latest international trailer for the upcoming "rogue one: a familiar catch-phrase: "are we having fun now, brother?" on the flip side: how big a flop was "ben-hur"? this summer's religious epic remake had weak ticket sales and weaker reviews, and now variety
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has told investors it's taking a
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clouds throughout the above the normal, especially as we get later into next week. we will also be talking about some windy conditions as we go in the later half of next week. that will do it for us here at
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>> brady: i don't understand. what do you mean it's time i knew the truth? >> kimberly: oh, well, brady, i know how hard this is on you. >> brady: but it doesn't make any sense. theresa, she's regressing, kimberly. she's getting angry. she's getting belligerent. she's getting rebellious. you should hear the things that are coming out of her mouth. >> kimberly: i can only imagine. this. if you know something about your daughter, please tell me right now. >> theresa: [crying] well, i guess it's true what they say.

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