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are getting around in these snowy conditions. and the very latest -- following the death of supreme court justice scalia. thanks for joining us tonight -- i'm macleod hageman. more than 30 cars were involved in a massive accident on the interstate this afternoon. it happened on interstate 80 west -- near west branch. kwwl's kristin rogers responded to the scene -- and files this report. a picture is worth one- thousand words. each of these were captured by kwwl viewers. you can see traffic backed up for miles, west branch. iowa state patrol tells us a 5 car collision happened around noon, shortly after, another accident, this time impacting 28 vehicles. nearly five les from the scene you can see traffic accident drivers tell me they witnessed. (cg: kristin rogers) "i they told me that they notivced many cars off the road all over the area.
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lucky for him he arrived near this scene when it (cg: jim oftelie) "i passed it heading east on 80, it more to normal but cars were still there all cracked up." normal but cars were still there all cracked up." you can see photo, certainly not the gift anyone wanted this valentines day weekend. we've got you covered in ceear county, kristin rogers, kwwl news. the west bound lanes opened later in the afternoon. three people were injured during the accident -- and their conditions are unknown at this hour. in another part of the midwest -- a major set of accidents -- stretching quite the distance in indiana. afternoon. crews say 40 to 50 cars were involved. there werr several crashes along a two-mile stretch of road. police believe weather was the biggest factor in the crash.
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even though the snow stopped falling -- there are still a few slick spots. let's check in with storm track from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast still a bit slick out there. here are the latest road conditions from the iowaa ddartment of transportation. here's a look at a couple network. there are still a few flurries and light snow showers storm track 7 live doppler radar. most of the snow is moving away from the area, but there are flurries and we'll take a look at some snowfall totals and let you know about another system we're tracking for late monday night coming up in a few minutes. thanks kyle -- here's video of
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morninng's storm -- where people battled the weather in waterloo. it was tricky traveling conditions for drivers -- and several people had to get around by walking. meanwhwhle in dubuque -- the snow causes some unsafe driving conditions around town. police say there's been multiple reports of car accidents -- but no serious injuries. as for the roads -- the city has been ploong snow for uch of the day. they're focusing on main streets -- then will move on to residential areas overnight. some people are fidinging unique ways to get around town. "well, the car i thought it's as you can see here -- that woman ditched her car today -- and got around town on is.
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an iowa man is seriously injured after a snowmobiling accident. it happened west of boone along u-s highway 30. a 35-year old man was traveling in a line of snowmobiles on the median of the highway. his left front ski got caught on snow -- and then it snapped the connection -- sending him air born. he was traveling nearly 60- mile-per hour and was thrown 150 feet before landing in the shoulder. his helmet was not fastened at the time of the crash. he was taken to the hospital -- and later aar-lifted to a second hospital. the accident remains under investtgation. two men rob a convenience store and shoot a police officer -- who is now in the hospital. his condition has been described as -- critical. "i'm just really nervous and terrified. i can't hardly breathe right now." the two men robbed this convenience store in clarksdale, mississippi. police say the officer noticed something susppcious. when he went to respond -- police say one of the men shot the
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the two men left him in the street. that's where other officers found him . authorites say they are still trying to track down the people responsible. a man in oregon is expected to survive after he was pulled into a working wood chipper. officials say the man is an arborist -- and his harnnss got stuck in tree limbs that were fed into the chipper. but his leg tripped the safety bar -- and he was able to shut were a few inches away from his head when the machine stopped. the vicicim still brokeehis leg -- ann suffered a head injury. the death of justice scalia also raises questions about how the court might decide a number of key cases this term, from abortion rights to affirmative action. we get more details on scalia's death and its impact from our justice correspondent, pete williams. as in the rest of the nation, hunters, of an apparent heart middle of the night,,so that was our first message for the family."
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church was summoned to administer last rights. justice scalia's former colleagues on the court today praised a towering intellect. ruth bader ginsburg said, "we were best buddies," adding that he had "a rare talent to make the court ofofen divided five to and the possibility of tie votes, four to four. "if there's a tie, there's no outcome at the supreme court. obama's plan to let five million to the financial strength of unions the lower court ruling stands. without my friend. i will miss votes, four to four. "if there's a tie, there's no outcome at the supreme court. te would leave rulings a titi would mean the tough new the financial strength of unions appointed a successor to the conservative scalia, that would tilt the court the other way -- to a majority of liberal to put another justices on the potential nominees a tie would mean the tough new laws. and a tie would be a boost
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the financial strength of unions representing teachers and other appointed a successor to the conservative scaliaa that would tilt the court the other way -- to a majority of liberal justices: "if president obama were able to put another justices on the sri srinivasan, on the washington, dc court of appeals, indian- american ... ... patricia millett, also on american, ninth circuit court f appeals in california. majority on the court for the sri srinivasan, on the washington, dc court of appeals, indian- american ... ... patricia millett, also on the dc court of appeals ... ... and paul watford, african- american, ninth circuit court of appeals in california. scalia's body is expected to be taken to virginia this week. the g-o-p presidential debate was jolted by the sudden death of supreme court justice scalia. on
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comes exactly one weee before south carolina voters head to the polls -- in the first southern primary of the 2016 election season. melisa raney reports. a change in tone saturday night as the remaining south carolina. following a moment of silence for the late justice scalia... the candidates were asked how they would go about selecting his replacement. (gov. john kaaich, (r) presidential candidate) so i believe the president should not move forward and i think we ought to let the next president of the united state decide who (sen. marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) we need to put people on the bench that understand that the constitution is not a living and breathing documet, it is to be mitch mcconnell and everybody else to stop it.. it's called is going to run that supreme court with a vote by the people bush administration's handling of the war in iraq... (jeb bush) while donald trump safe. and i'm proud of what he did...
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safe? the world trade center... excuse me (cheers) i lost hundreds of friends.. the world trade center came down during the reign of george bush. he clinton didn't kill osama bin tell ya... this is just crazy. this is just nuts... i'm melisa raney reporting. presidential candidate) i gotta tell ya... this is just crazy. this is just nuts... i'm melisa raney reporting. south carolina voters wilil go to the poll saturday -- february 20th -- for the republican party primary. the democratic primary will take place a week later. the nicest cars in the nation -- are in dubuque this weekend.. plus a local man spreads his message about gun safety.
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weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. a few slick spots possible this evening, along with patchy fog as our wind lightens up just a bit. then we track our next chance
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late monday night and into the day on tuesday. our snow event is winding down across eastern iowa this evening. there will be lingering flurries and light snow showers early this evening, with little to no additional accumulation. otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy with a few areas of patchy fog overnight. lows will be in the upper teens to around 20, with the wind calming down a bit. sill, slick spots are possible on the roadways. mondada will feature a mostly cloudy sky with warmer temperatures. highs will be in the lower to middle 30s with a west, southwest wind 5-10 mph. monday night into tuesday we track a clipper system into the area that brings the chance for snow, and possibly a wintry mix, depending on the track of the system. light accumulations are possible. stay with kwwl for further updates. temperatures could potentially reach the 40s later in the week our snow event is winding down across eastern iowa this evening. thee will be lingerinn flurries and light snow showers early this evening, with little to no additional accumulation. otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy with a few areas of patchy fog overnight. lows will be in the upper teens to around 20, wiih the wind calming own a bit. still,
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monday will feature a mostly cloudy sky with warmer temperatures. highs will be in the lower to middle 30s with a west, southwest wind 5-10 mph. monday night into tuesday we track a clipper system into the area that brings the chance for snow, and possibly a wintry mix, depending on the track of the system. light accumulations are possible. stay with kwwl for further updates. temperatures could potentially reach the 40s later in the week our snow event is winding down across eastern iowa this evening. there will be lingering flurries and light snow showers early this evening, with little to no additional accumulation. otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy with a few areas of patchy fog overnight. lows will be in the upper teens to around 20, with the wind calming down a bit. still, slick spols are possible on he roadways. onday will feaare a mostlyy cloudy sky with warmer temperatures. highs will be in the lower to middle 30s with a west, southwest wind 5-10 mph. monday night into tuesday we track a clipper system into the area that brings the chance for snow,
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depending on the rack of the system. light accumulations are possible. stay with kwwl for further updates. temperatures could potentially reach the 40s later in the week our snow event is winding down across eastern iowa this evening. there will be lingering flurries and light snow showers early this evening, with little to no additional accumulation. otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy with a few areas of patchy fog overnight. lows will be in the upper teens to around 20, with the wind calming down a bit. still, slick spots are possible on the roadways. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. mostly cloudy and warmer
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tomorrow night into tuesday. we are also keeping an eye on a warm up for later in the week. updates on the auto show in ubuque this & weekend. people got to see nearly 200 models of thehenewest cars and trucks. check out this b- m-w with wing doors. it's a hybrid -- and runs off gas and electricity. there's`also a pretty hefty price tag for this sporty corvette. auto experts say the event is a
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several cars at once. "i think it shows them all the feel pressure by salesmen coming out here and they can look through at their own leisure." the auto show has been taking place in dubuque for a number of part.
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curiosity with guns. the gun test was a police and parent supervised test -- in which an unloaded and nonworring gun was placed next to a pile of toys. parents watched hidden cameras as several children picked the gun up -- and waved it around. the only two children who did about guns. this was an eye- opening test for everyone here at kwwl -- and since the story aired -- we've had many people reacout with their own stories. kwwl's olivia mancino shares one of those stories tonight. "the memory is always fresh in my mind...because i have the scars to remind me" its been 47 years. "im on the back seat praying...god please...don't let me die" 47 years of reflection...how did
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tragic? "gun mishap... willie campbells the victim...of an accident...february 25 1969." on this particulary snowy february sunday, reverend willie dean campbell is holding sunday school. "lets have a word of prayer" a waterloo resident for decades, reverened campbell has built his life here. but by reason of a gun accident "the first thing i remember is 1969, campbell and his friend were laying with an airsoft rifle t his friends home. the situation quickly turned serious when hhs friend pulled out his father's real gun, and was like a hairpin trigger...boom" a hollow point bullet went through campbells arm and into
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stomach. he was in critical condition for happened. "what happened to me was an acciint, now my goaais to deter children" campbell says he wants to be an example to kids-- to show them what can happen if they're not careful around guns. "cause god saved my life...and now i feel its my job to help someone else" its been 47 years since a friend accidentally shot reverend william dean campbel... ad though these scars are a reminder of pain from ecades ago, campbell hopes they can be a message... "we thank you for those that are here, and those along the in waterloo, olivia mncino kwwl news. reverend campbell says it's his goal to share his story with students eastern iowa schools -- and bring gun safety next -- we've got highlights as the
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but with iowa -- the first place team in the big ten -- hosting a minnesota team that hadn't even won a conference game -- this seemed about as close as you'd get -- hawkeyes nearly a 20 point favorite over the visiting gophers --
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-- first half -- iowa'ssjarrod uthoff drops the deep 3 -- nine in the first half for uthoff -- iowa up 7 at half -- gophers keepking it close -- nate mason drains the open jumper minnesota babak within 5 -- it looked for a moment like iowa might open it up as peter jok finds uthoff for the strong finish and a 10 point edge -- but again --minnesota won't go away -- dupree mcbrayer from the arc -- back to five -- gophers got as close as two -- stretch -- jok from deep -- iowa just holding off minnesota -- and getting a big capper here -- mikik gesell -- great pass to uthoff -- jarrod uthoff finishes with 24 points -- it's an ugly win -- but it still counts in the w collumn -- hawks get it tonight 75 to 71 -- and the best thing for iowa is does here -- maryland and indiana both fell back on top all alone in the conferce race --
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wednesday at penn state -- the uni panther women have regained a share of the missouri valley conference lead with a 61-35 rout of illinois state -- madison weekly scored 23 as uni sits tied with drake and missouri state for first place -- cyclone wrestlers closing out their home season against west virginia -- earl hall's last career meet in hililon -- made it a good one with a 10, 5 decision over coty stainbrrok at 133 pounds -- tanner weatherman -- didn't need to go the distance at 165 -- caht connor flynn in the cradle and ended things in the first period -- solid final home meet for him -- iowa state -- solid all around today -- leland weatherspoon gets the major at 174 -- and iowa state picks up the win over the mountaineers 28 to 11 -- finn day of the uni-dome softball classic -- panthers hosting south dakota state -- second inning x krodinger scores on the infield hit from samantha olson -- 3, 1 panthers -- later in the second -- chelsea ross absolutely tees off on a pitch
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shot -- deep to left --clears the fence by 40 feet -- 6, 1 uni -- and the panthers would roll -- scoring 2 more on the double to left center from kristin lock uni rolls south dakota state 11 to 2 -- the daytona 5- hundred sits one week away -- and the gu who captured d he poll couldn't even legally celebrate with a beer -- 20-year-old chase elliott -- was fastest in qualifying today -- and will become the youngest ever driver on the pole at the great american race - - e elliott name e - of course -- is a familiar one at daytona --
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tomorrow with a chance for snow tomorrow night into tuesday. we
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