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governors of at least 28 states agree. a democratic governor calling that "swagger" sot: gov. mark dayton, (d) minnesota "and say well i'm going to prevent the wrong people from entering my state to me is just ludicrous" secretary of state kerry promised to join france to hit isis at its core but president obama was low-key ... describing his "the continuing need to ramp up pressure against isil and our collaboration in reaching out to cautious rhetoric washington. republicans want more passion from president obama. (paris) was an act of war...said speaker paul ryan , and he said: the world needs american leadership i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. after the paris attacks...some
they do study abroad programs. one of the victims was an exchange student from california. despite this, local universities don't expect many changes to their programs. the university of dubuque says they don't have students in paris right now...but did during the summer. changes. "we've already been thinking about this a lot...and i would say that one of the things that we probably will change is more at the moment -- the university of dubuque has students studying in other european countries, like ireland. we also reached out to clarke university -- they said their study impacted. another rainy day.. let's go to storm track seven chief schnackenberg. he's tracking rain. from the kwwl stormtrack
for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast slowly through the plains states and will bring showers and a few storms to the kwwl viewing area today through wednesday. with the extended fall on wednesday as a cold the university of northern iowa campus still reeling after two students died in the dorms. today president william ruud
addressed the issue with kwwl. kwwl's nikki newbrough is live in the newsroom. nikki? we caught up with him right before this mornings basketball game. this is the first interview president ruud has done since those two young students died. he says they are reaching out and listening to students needs. (nats of ball game) going to college...much more than just athletics. "college students have a lot of stress." and college president william ruud agrees. "the issues of mental health someone you love it's very very difficult. we are engaged, we are engaged through out counseling office, we are engaged through our student affairs office." just this semester two students have died in the dorms. here you can see a memorial near the bell tower. for the president he says they are continuing to listen to what student needs are. "how we can just reach out and take care of one another. so that these kinds of things don't happen again." he says they've implemented a program called "one is too many." it's an effort to create that community and grow
that sense of connectiveness. "we all are involved in creating out students, faculty, and staff." mark rowe-barth with the wellness center says they are currently reaching out to faculty and staff. they are making them aware of the struggles these students have. "students that come here, faculty that come here are in a safe place so that they're taken care of." ruud says they've been researching this program for a few years now. they started implementing it in the fall. we've got you covered live in the newsroom nikki newbrough kwwl news. ruud says they still have counselors available for anyone that needs them. he says they have also reached out to the community for help a man accused of trying to kill
an elkader woman is arrested in wisconsin 25-year-old brandon thoma is charged with attempt to commit murder.... investigators say thoma drove from pella to elkader -- attacked a woman in the home on november 10th... the victim was found by her husband when he got home from work. thoma was arrested in madison wisconsin... the clayton county sheriff's office is working on extradition. in continuing coverage.... a dog and cat that went missing during a house fire were found safe. nine people were displaced from the fire yesterday in dubuque - but they all got out safely... the dog was found in the house and the cat escaped the burning home but was found outside, according to our coverage partners at th media... an investigation into the cause is still under way. body cameras in police departments have been in the news a lot lately -- and now firefighters are following the lead. soon one eastern iowa fire department will be using helmet cameras..
the cedar falls fire department about their new purchase.. believe will make a big difference when it comes to investigating fires. that's right- i spoke with the cedar falls fire chief who tells me these helmet cameras will be like an n-f-l instant replay for firefighters- helping to bring better like the one behind me. the cedar falls fire department just purchased 3 helmet cameras. the videos will not only help analyze fires, but it will also help educate and train well. it's also important to know ...these cameras are much john schilling, cedar falls fire chief this is one of the only cameras don't even want to be in but they've gone over that threshold just to make sure that they are safe and protetced and they can be submerged up to 33 feet deep in water." here's a look at a firefighter's helmet camera in action.
ohio..where arson is suspected. investigators are looking at this video for patterns that can help them pinpoint where the fire started. now there are no state or federal guidelines for helmet cameras just yet- so the chief at the cedar falls fire department is currently working on getting those done before he trains anyone on how to use the cameras. i'll have more on these helmet cameras in the story im working on coming up tonight at 6. thanks lauren- the cedar falls fire department hopes to start wearing the helmet cameras in january. coming up... the hawkeyes are ten and oh, so why do they still have thousands of tickets for sale for the final home game of the season and... a shocking announcement from actor charlie sheen... that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full
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--------- "now your storm track 7 slowly through the plains states wednesday. with the extended period of rainfall, amounts could be 1 to 2" before dry air moves in wednesday night. breezy southeasterly winds will continue to pump moisture into the system through that time frame, as well. temperatures will be mild today, in the mid 50s to low 60s, but may start to fall on wednesday as a cold front tracks through the state. thursday will be windy and
falling afternoon temperatures. a weak disturbance may track through on friday, squeezing out a few rain and/or snow showers friday and friday night. snow amounts are expected to be light to non- existent. it will be much cooler, though, with highs in the 30s through the weekend. low pressure continues to track slowly through the plains states and will bring showers and a few storms to the kwwl viewing area today through wednesday. with the extended
be 1 to 2" before dry air moves in wednesday night. breezy southeasterly winds will continue to pump moisture into the system through that time frame, as well. temperatures will be mild today, in the mid 50s to low 60s, but may start to fall on wednesday as a cold front tracks through the state. thursday will be windy and cooler with the potential for falling afternoon temperatures. a weak disturbance may track through on friday, squeezing out a few rain and/or snow showers friday and friday night.
today for a debate.... with the december 1st runoff election coming up, candidates quentin hart and tim hurley came to the kwwl studios today to record a special, one-hour edition of the steele report...it's presented by kwwl and the waterloo cedar falls courier, with courier reporter, tim jamison, joining us to ask questions of the two candidiates. this show will air this sunday morning, november 22, right after meet the press. during the show, thhe candidates make opening and closing statements and answer questions througout the program. that's this sunday at 10 and on kwwl.com coming up... students have an early wake-up call to ditch class... "i told my teacher that i'd be at alright." a look at a special early- morning basketball game in the
the game was part of espn's tip-off marathon... 24 hours of college basketball... kwwls amanda gilbert shows us this looks..... and sounds like a iowa.... but this clock isn't lying.....it was 6:12 in the morning and fans started arriving at the mcleod center to see the team play at 7... fan one: "i thought it was gonna be bad, but i got up and i was once.. didn't even hit the stop fans from having a good time "on a scale from like one to 10... i'm at about like panther nation so i think it's about time for the game to start." missing class.... "i told my teacher that i'd be at the game and she said that's alright." or cheering loudly when the game began.... even university president ruud was there president: "oh it's exciting...its invigourating... it's exciting...obviously we hope to win this basketball game so that
breakfast.... standup: after they got there coffee and their donuts.... the students read their morning newspaper while the other team was being introduced.... just one of the many traditions at uni.... before the games at 7 will become a tradition... we've got you covered... in cedar falls... amanda gilbert... kwwl news... u-n-i won the game against stephen f austin... the final score was 70 to 60. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... why charlie sheen chose to make a shocking announcement this morning on the today show... --------- ---------
---------stunning anouncement in an interview with matt lauer on the today show... "i'm here to admit that i am in fact hiv positive." he was diagnosed four years ago. sheen told lauer he doesn't know how he contracted the virus and says he's confident he has not transmitted it to anyone since. sheen says he actually paid
millions of dollars to people close to him to keep his secret. "for some reason i trusted them. they were deep in my inner their treason." some have speculated that when sheen learned of his hiv diagnosis -- it resulted in his celebrity melt down involving a period of erratic behavior. a man is taken to the hospital after he's stabbed in the arm in the parking lot of a gas station. police say an argument started in the money and more on laporte road in waterloo -- and the men involved walked to a nearby casey's... where one man was stabbed in the arm. police say the man's injuries are minor. the 10-0 iowa hawkeyes will have their last home game of the season this saturday when they play host to purdue.
stadium after beating minnesota on their home field last saturday in front of a sold out hawkeye crowd... despite the hawkeyes record breaking season and last weeks crowd, there are still more than eight-thousand tickets left for this weekend. university of iowa) "we've always been in the top 25 in attendance and we'll do that just let's fill kinnick stadium, let's fill the house for our seniors and go out in fashion." more than four- thousand tickets have been sold since last saturdays win -- selling a little more every day. here's a live look at the hawkeye community college skycam. storm track seven meteoroligst mark schnackenberg has a final look at your weather next. we'll
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that was wesley bates-- he'll be peforming at "forever in a dream: suicide prevention awareness" benefit concert at the sunnyside country club in waterloo this saturday... the full interview with all the info is our website in the storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has a final look at your forecast. thanks for watching the kwwl news at five.