tv KWWL News at Six NBC November 14, 2015 6:00pm-6:30pm CST
plus -- the latesttfollowing a series of attacks on paris france. thanks for joining us tonight. welcome to the k-w-w-l news at six i'm macleod hageman. a paris prosecutor says three extremist groups likely coordinated the attacks in paris -- that left 129 people dead -- we learned from the parisian prosecutor some very key pieces of information. the first piece of - we got ttt from the tribunal news briefing just within the last couple of hours. and then the 89 happened almost exactly 24 hours $& ago. (sot: ymen ahmed, attack) "we are having a third world war so just stay calm, stay winning." also we learned from the prosecutor, a 30- year-old french national who threw a grenade and then proceeded to fire into the
crowd, he was invoking the wars in syria as well as iraq. (sot: voiceof translator: the suicide omber right near the national stadium there was a syrian passport found, somebody who was born in 1990." the individual that had the syrian passporclose by was also perhaps passing into france just within the last month. and then finally the belgium, now making this a case that reaches outside of the country in france. (lui on camera 1:22 - 1:35) they've been working hard over the last 24 hrs, forensics teams at this batclan theater working as well as the other five locations here throughout paris. that's the latest right here in paris, rance. back o you. isis claimed responsibility for
witnessed in france since world war two. during tonight's democratic debate in des moines -- candidates say they'll be focussing heavily on the paris attacks -- and we hope to bring you more from them. new at six tonight -- firefighters are tryin to determine the cause of a house firir near richardsville. the fire sparked this afternoon -- and the homeowner tells us -- the fire likely started in a bedroom. nobody was injured -- inclung two puppies inside the home. it appears the home is a total loss -- and he cause remaiai under investigation. now to continuing coverage -- the search for a missing teen gains momentum in waterloo. moe sed has been missing for more than three wewes. he is a refugee from burma and a student at waterloo west high school. today -- volunteers organized another search fr the missing teen. kwwl's jessica hartman joined the group -- canvasing the cedar valley. jessica -- where were they looking? today the search was expanded to
the vast trail system in the cedar valley and local parks. dozens of volunteers gathered in downtown waterloo before spliting off into small groups to cover 10 local parks and trail systems. they were looking for signs of unusal activity on the trails, evidence of moe sed, and for his bike - which has one blue and one orange rim. friends say moe sed spent a lot of time outdoors. catherine wager "he really enjoyed fishing in those areas anan riding his bike and being out in the woods. i think, probably, it reminded him of his home in thailand." the groups did not find any answers where moe sed went or why he hasn't come home. giving up -- and will continue to search until they have answers. we've got you covered live in the newsroom...jessica hartman kwwl news. thank you jessica -- and if you havvany information on moe
sed's whereabouts -- please call the waterloo police department. now let's check in with storm track seven meteorologistyle kiel kiel for your first forecast. how's the weekend looking kyle? for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the rest of the weekend is looking pretty good. so, enjoy it because there will be changes on the way. w e start you off with a look at the storm track 7 live weather network cacaera here in eastern iowa. we've got clear sky with calm, quiet conditions. satellite and radar shows a few high clouds that were passing through the area today. didn't have too much of an effect on our temperatures. the clouds are departing and we skies. here's the current temperatures across eastern owa. after highs in the upper 50s to middle 60s, we are cooling off quick. the wind is out of the south and lighter. it picks up, along with the chance for rain in a couple days. details in a few gridiron kicks off at kinnick stadium -- where the university of iowa's wrestling team took on oklahoma
state. kwwl's hillary2maglin brings us the latest from the big match. the university of iowa attempted to shatter the record for highest attended college wrestling match fessler/hawkeye wrestling fan) "big wrestling fan. from iowa, i think you have to be." (sot. cg: pat lenane/hawkeye wrestling fan) "part of history. it just feels great to be part of history." some fans got to the stadium hours beforerapple on activities. (sot. cg: hillary maglin) "a lot of fans said one thing that had them really excited to be here today was the beautiful fall weather." (sot) "this is epic, so you wanna be a part of this. you (sot) "it's just perfect weather around 45 thousand fans showed up for the event... and over 70,000 more are expected for tonight's thing to say. (sot) "go hawks!" (sot) "go hawks!" (sot) "go hawks!" we've got you covered in iowa city... hillary
maglin... kwwl news. not only did university of iowa win the match -- but grapple on most attendees at a college wrestling match. and iowa football looks for a breaking record night. tonight -- they take on university of minnesota. kwwl's rick colman is at kinnick stadium -- and he'll give us a live report later in sports withall the excitement. reality t-v star -- caitlyy appearance in eastern iowa this week -- to raise community. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth was given access to the eeclusive event jenner attended. shirley -- can you tell us more about the visit? caitlyn jenner came into town with her entourage and t-v film crew. her visit was kept under wraps. and friday night, here at the riverboat lounge...she made
an appearance. dubuque's lgbt community came out for a night of celebration. it was for..."an evening with the stars,"...with a surprise guest appearance by reality -tv star "keeping up with the kardashians," ....and for being an olympic champ...jenner revealed her gender transition earlier this year. she was in town to raise awareness about dubuque's transgender community. "caitlyn is probably the most well-kkown transgender person on the planet. to get your point across, to people who aren't aware of transgender people in the transgender community here at the event -- jenner chatted and mingled with fans. she also posed for pictures. advocates say inviting jenner is a good way to get the word out about the trans community here in dubuqu...especiall y since it's a small town. that causes some trans people to not be out in the open.
we've got you covered live in dubuque...shirley descorbeth... ...kwwl news. and coming up at ten -- not everyon in the transgeeder communiiy thinks jenner is a role model for them. we'll bring you their story -- later tonight. coming up -- it's game night -- will the hawkeyes continue their winning streak? a live report in sports from kinnick stadium -- with all the excitment. control problem is forcing a major car maker to recall thousands of vehicles "now your storm traak 7
it took alexis 4 years to earn her college degree.but it will take her 25 years to pay off her student loans. join the fight to make college affordable. join the fight for alexis. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good evening and welcome back, i'm meteorologist
thanks to a southerly wind. sunday will be similar to the weather we had today. we'll start the day with a mostly sunny sky, but we will see e n increase innhe clouds later in the afternoon and evening. this is ahead of our next storm system that brings us a chance for rain as we head into the start of the work week. here are a look a a the current temperatures across eastern iowa. we have some pretty comfortable temperatures for this time of year. temperatures are in the 50s across any areas, with a few areas already dropping into the upper 40s. the wind is much lighter than what it was the last couple of days. we have a wind light out of the south, and that has kept our temperatures a little warmer than average, and we will continue that trend over the neet couple of days. eastern iowa. w w had a few high clouds passing through today, and that made for a with a mostly clear sky throughout the overnight hours. storm track seven satellite and radarshows the clouds tracking through the area earlier this afternoon and early evening. however, those have tracked out of the area so we are left with a clear sky all across
from the area, and that will allow for increasing clouds as we head chances for rain as we go into next week. have a clear sky. the wind calms down just a little bit, and that gets our little warmer than where we were a@ last night across the areathanks to the southerly comppent to the wiid. futuretrack throughout the day tomorrow shows a mostly sunny sky throughout much of the day. later in the afternoon and early evening we will see an increase area, but no rin is in the forecast. here's the storm track 7 forrast for sunday. lots of sunshine once again with temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s. south, storm track 7 day forecast. we have rain tracking into the area on monday. tuesday will bring us a chance for thunderstorms, however we are not anticipating severe weather at thiitime. the rain winds down on wednesday, and then we cool down with another chance for rain on thursday. people take the plune into the cold ississippi river for a good cauue. local organizations -- from schools, businesses and law enforcement --took pa in the anmual polar plunge in dubuque.
several teems dressed costumes for fun. participants embraced the chilly waters in good spirit. "good...refreshed...better now...woken up, definitely awake." money from the even benefits the special olympics of iowa. as of this morning -- nearly people take the plunge into the cold mississippi river for a good cause. local organizations -- from schools, businesses and law enforcement --took part in the annual polar plunge in dubuque. several t tams dressed in costumes for fun. participants embraced the chilly waters in good spirit. "good...refreshed...better now...woken up, definitelyt& awake." money from the even benefits the special olympics of iowa.
33-thousand dollars was raised for the event. kia recalls thousands of cars -- and the company is warning drivers there may be a problem with steering controls. south korea's second-argest automaker announced it was recalling 260- thousand kia souls today. kia says the adhesive used to secure the steering pinion gear may not be strong enough. if it fails -- the pinion gear could sepate -- and drivers would lose cctrol of the car. the souls being recalled were made in 20-14 and 20-15. the company says there have been five cars claiming to have the problem -- but no reports oo any accidents or injuries. and we'll be right back
history -- it began with the largest crowd ever to witness a college wrestling match -- and iowa fans are hoping it ends with another record on a black-out night in kinnick stadium -- that's where we find rick coleman standing by live -- the iowa hawkeyes go for a schoollecord 10 and oh mark to of rosedale trophy when they host the minnesota gophers in front here kinnick. the hawks are in control of their big tee and college football playoff destiny. iowa playoff rankings and a
them a game closer to that goal. the hawks have won nine in a row blowout loss at minnesota. we need to improve a lot from how we played last year and so that's been kind of a motivator for us, because we know we need to play a great tonight. former hawkeye great tony moeaki is iowa's honorary captain. reporting from kinnick stadium in iowa city i as we mentioned -- the day began with perhaps the most unique setting for
the 4th ranked hawkeyes looking to topple number one oklahoma state in front of the kinnick fans -- kwwl's zach grant was there -- over 42,000 strong showed up today for grapple on the gridiron that aw the 4th ranked hawkeyes host the top ranked oklahoma state cowboys. iowa started out of the box strong getting decisive victories from thomas gilman at 125 job here getting the meet started and i did a pretty good job of that today getttng those fans fired up and getting my teammates fired up." and later a 8-2 victory from second ranked cory clark at 133 pounds. former denver ccclone brandon sorenson n ave the hawkeyes there third victory in the first four matches with a 6-1 decision. standup: zach grant "so after that imprrssive start for the hawkeyes oklahoma state the cowboys took three consecutive matches and at one point had took a 13-10 lead in 5 points for iowa sot sammy out there and i think sometimes nathan burak followed up with a with a 5-3 decision sot brandon sorenson so 149/ "it amazes me that it sot coach tom brands head coach : "theres gonna be a
panthers looking to keep their playoff hopes alive at missouri state -- and tyvis smith is going to help out that goaoa -- just manhandling yards -- great start for uni -- quickly up 7, nothing -- aaron bailey's been a monster on the ground this year -- same today -- 3 yard run makes it 14, nothing -- and bailey wasn't done -- this time from the 11 -- takes it around right end -- he had four touchdowns o the afternoon -- this one had the panthers in control 21, nothing -- and the defense shut the door -- deiondre hall will come up with interception -- that's four in a row -- it's a shut-out -- uni rolls 41, nothing -- cyclones hoping for a repeat of 20-11 -- they'y' look to once again dash the championship hopes of oklahoma state -- and how about this for a start -- joel lanning on the keeper -- takes it 24 yards for the score -- 7, nothing cyclones -- later in the quarter -- lanning to allen lazard -- check out the effort -- lazard on his way to the
endzone -- cyclones led 24, 14 at half -- second half -- though -- the cowboys rally -- down 3 in the 4th -- jeff carr on the reception from j-w walsh -- 7 yards -- cowboys up 35, 31 late -- cyclones with one last chance in the final 2 minutes -- but lanning gets picked -- that will do it -- the upset bid falls just short 35, 31 -- uni basketball opener -- hosting former cyclone head man larry the panthers got off to a quick start-- jeremy morgan who knocks down an early three, 12 - 9 panthers -- but the rams respond -- tiel daniels fighws hard for two -- panthers trailed 42-35 at halftime. second half, panther wes washpun drives hard for the layup -- he finished with 19 points, 7 assists -- but the rams were too much for uni. here's gian clavell with a cocort win streak with an 84, 78 win -- high school 1-a semi-finals -- dike- new hartford hoping to cut short regina's run for 6 sttaight titles -- but they'd fall behind
in the early going -- nathan stenger hits ethan suchomel -- 8 yards on the touchdown strike -- 14, nothing regals -- but after a ttnover -- the wolverines get back in it -- trent johnson -- from the nine -- touchdown pulls the wolverines within seven at the break -- second half -- they get it even -- from the forty -- jacob moore hits connor neuroth deep down field -- he scampers on a 60 yard strike -- ties it at 14 -- but fumbles killed dnh all game lost four of them -- one led to this two yard run by stenger -- 4 second half turnovers turned out to be a killer -- regina moves on 31, 14 -- played really well. we had a great game plan going and the success doing the run and the pass, and so we were trying to fund what we could hang our hatt on. it was a tough, tough football game. regina will go for a 6th straight title on friday against xxxx....
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