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on a trail near redfield, just south and west of des moines when he walked up to a d-n-r officer in rural dallas county. it's a sad and shocking turn of events and kwwl's kristin rogers--joins us live from the des moines police department--kristin ? both the urnabdale and des moines communities are devestated-- at these senseless murders. the flag-h words can't begin to explain the outpour of support--take a look. flowers being dropped off by the dozens at the des moines police department-- and also in urbandale. officers are being hugged-- prayers are being prayed and many tears are being shed. it's hard for anyone to understand how this could have community-- whose job was to protect them. liz lee/ urbandale "saddened and shocked just hard to believe that urbandale iowa, that this happened, really
a memorial also went up at the scene where officer martin was killed in urbandale--- including a blue sign i spoke with some johnston high school students who were dropping off flowers at that scene in urbandale--they said its just in des moines, kristin rogers news 7--kwwl. greene is no stranger to police in the des moines area --being arrested multiple times on various charges. most recently, he was removed from a high school football game in urbandale after apparently showing a confederate flag during the national anthem. police say he waved the flag in front of other people who are minorities. sir, we're asking you to leave the property. what kind of distrubance have i caused? sir, sir, do not start."
--complaining to officers that his constitutional rights were violated. he also was charged with resisting arrest in 2014 after officers tried patting him down for a weapon. two days later he was accused of threatening to kill another man after a fight in a parking lot. officers tragically shot and killed this morning. kwwl's nikki newbrough live in the studio now police departments are at a loss for words at what happened last night. their collegues... two officers reporting for duty last night, now unexplainably dead. sergent tony beminio has been with the des moines police department for 11 years. he was 39 years old. people with the des moines police department say he was a good police officer and a family man. officer justin martin was only 24 years old.
by their departments and will be missed dearly. "great guy in his department. a good friend to a lot of us. a "we had high expectations of his future and it's been tragically cut short." during that news conference this morning, both departments saying this really was an ambush. right now, it doesn't look like night before the shootings. live in the studio nikki newbrough news seven kwwl. support for officers is pouring in....one iowa woman showing her support to a des moines officer after hearing about this tragedy... . i can't even imagine this is the to go to you families and i'm
a lot of additional support coming in from departments all across the state --and even the country. these just some of the many tweets and facebook posts asking for prar two slain officers in this brutal ambush. truly a great sign of brotherhood and family shared by all law enforcement officers across the nation. many posting the des moines and urbandale police department logos - along with the hashtag "never forget" after this terrible tragedy. kwwl's elizabeth amanieh speaking with some of the local departments. she joins us live at the waterloo police department.
a somber day. and for officers here in iowa-losing two of their own hits too close to home. but they're standing together-staying strong in light of tragedy a quiet-somber day as officers remember and reflect. chief olson "you know, and it's that." and it's the reminders of support that keep them going. like this gesture- a box of cupcakes dropped off at the independence police department. with the words every officer needs most-we love you. staff right outside the black hawk county sheriffs office in memory of both sargeant anthony beminio and officer justin martin. chief trelka "i've hear people say, well officers, law enforcement officers in the country sign up to do this. yes, we do. our familys don't. and these incidents impact our family as well." but even when tragedy strikes their own- they're still
waterloo police chief trelka reminding his officers they can wear this mourning band on their badges to show suport for their brother who were tragically killed. remembering brothers just like them-who were more than just an officer to their community. but as they walk into work-sheriff tony thompson says their titles as law enforcement is much more. sheriff thomspon "all these hats, all these roles, all these professional applications that we have to assert each and every day. that's tough sitting in your vehicle you're a it's already a hard enough obligation and duty that we perform to begin with." sheriff thompson "...long pause from thompson...law enforcement is a big family, and we recognize when one suffers,
support here. police chief trelka already making plans to send several waterloo officers to the funerals for the ambush having affects nationally --long island, new york police ramping up patrol. thp they say there is no specific threat to new york. the presidential candidates showing their support as well. donald trump tweeting out..."praying for the families of the two iowa police officers who were ambushed this morning. an attack on those who keep us safe is an attack on us all," clinton also showing her support, tweeting out... heartbroken for the families of two brave officers who were killed in iowa. there's no
former president bill clinton canceling one of his events in des moines tonight as a result of the shootings. but he is still speaking at the waterloo center for arts. here's a live look at the event right now --just wrapping up moments ago full coverage coming up on the news at six and ten. another big name campaigning today in eastern iowa. house speaker paul ryan in waterlooo with rod blum the two touring the cedar valley hospatality house. mention today's shootings during their visit but blum and ryan both tweeted their condolences. we will have more on their campaign stop coming up at six. for more on today's tragedy, just head over to our website kwwl dot com. we have multiple articles and videos
coming up on kwwl.. a woman charged a hefty fee for the hospital delivery room --despite never actually making it inside. and.... the latest in the missing malaysia airline planne.. that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. forecast next. "this is kwwl news at five. and sports with rick coleman. --------- --------- --------- forecast on kwwl."
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wise.. let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your forecast forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your coe information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: a stationary front is draped the chance for a few showers and isolated storms this afternoon, mild, but will struggle to get into the mid 60s in many areas of the north with mid 60s to the south, closer to the front. rainfall totals will be mainly between a trace and half an inch amounts, although some areas may monday. highs will stay in the 60s with low in the 40s... both above normal for the beginning of november.
saturday and sunday will both feature a mostly sunny sky, with highs in the 60s and lows in the the state, and that will keep the chance for a few showers and isolated storms this afternoon, mainly south of highway 30. otherwise, we will see a cloudy sky. temperatures mid 60s to the south, closer to the front. rainfall totals will be mainly between a trace and half an inch amounts, although some areas may get more. dry weather takes over for the rest of the week, through to monday. highs will stay in the 60s with low in the 40s... weekend looks dry and mild. saturday and sunday will both feature a mostly sunny sky, with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s.a stationary front is draped across the southeastern part of the state, and that will keep the chance for a few showers and isolated storms this will stay mild, but will struggle to get into the mid 60s front. rainfall totals will be mainly between a trace and half an inch amounts, although some areas may get more. dry weather takes over for the rest of the week, through to monday. highs will stay in the
of november. weekend outlook: the weekend looks dry and mild. saturday and sunday will both feature a mostly sunny sky, with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. coming up... will stay mild, but will the front. rainfall totals will be mainly between a trace and half an inch amounts, although some areas may get more. dry weather takes over for the rest of the week, through to monday. highs will stay in the above normal for the beginning of november. weekend outlook: the weekend looks dry and mild. saturday and sunday will both feature a mostly sunny sky, with highs in the 60s and lows keep the chance for a few showers and isolated storms this will stay mild, but will struggle to get into the mid 60s in many mainly
areas may get more. dry weather takes over for the rest of the week, through to monday. highs will stay in the weekend outlook: the weekend looks dry and mild. saturday and sunday will both feature a mostly sunny sky, with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. coming up... seven in the world series plus.. a woman finds a sharp and dangeorus object in her son's halloween candy.
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--game seven. the chicago cubs and cleveland indians in a winner take all tonight for the world series title. sports director rick coleman is on hand to talk about tog game. this is the second time in 19 years--cleveland has played a world series game seven- the indians lost to the marlins in 1997. and it was 71 years ago the cubs were in a game this big. the cubs of course forced a game seven with their 9-3 victory last night in cleveland. tonight chicago starts kyle hendricks who has been the cubs best pitcher during the regular season---
kluber---who has won two games in the world series... but will be pitching on just two days rest. the cubs are trying to erase a 3 games to 1 defeicit to win thire first world series in 108 years. a lot of numbers being thrown around--- the team that has won game six like the cubs did last series. on the other hand--the home team has won game seven ---nine of the last ten times. game seven set to start at seven o'clock tonight/ still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... if you're traveling for the holidays, you better start looking at flights right away...
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to a politician. take congressman rod blum. the republican special interest agenda-- he's campaigning on it. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum supported benefit cuts by voting to raise social security's retirement age. so if you care about a secure retirement, listen to rod blum: he's putting your security at risk. women vote is responsible for
facing a hefty delivery room fee --despite never actually making into the room. the florida woman says the baby was crowning just as they pulled up to the hospital. that's when nurses ran out and helped to safely deliver the baby. but seven months later, the family received a bill for paula d'amore / gave birth in i'm going to pay the bill, that's not the issue, the issue is that i'm like i look at this delivery charge and i think that's a a spokesperson for the hospital saying they have no comment. the latest in the missing malaysia airlines plane shows the aircraft was spiraling out of control, dropping at horrifying speeds before crashing into the indian ocean in 2014.. the search for flight m-h-370 now extended into the new year. experts from multiple countries reviewing the evidence,
to politicians in australia and overseas. peter foley / australian transport safety bureau :11 "personal views which i don't care to share but i don't think anyone who's been involved in the search wants to walk away without finding that aircraft. that's just human nature." authorities have just 38-hundred square miles left inside the search zone. a razor blade in her son's halloween candy. here's a look at the blade here --found inside a tootsie roll. the michigan mother says she thinks it came from an event held at the town hall. luckily it was caught before the if you plan on flying somewhere for thanksgiving this year...you need to start looking for tickets now. flights are already filling up
vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. congressman blum's smear campaign -- misleading and false. the truth -- monica vernon donated and cut taxes for us. but multi-millionaire blum broke his word, keeping nearly $200,000 in taxpayer-funded paychecks. blum wasted even more of your tax dollars on himself. worse, he tried to cut medicare and raise the retirement age.
tonight, the war, six days left, trump and clinton, blitzing battlegrounds, our new battleground map, can trump break through the clinton firewall? tonight president obama's sharp criticism of his own fbi director. deadly police officers executed, shot while defenseless, sitting in their squad cars, a massive man huntd to catch a cold-blooded killer. does a youtube video offer a clue to the motive. price shock. life-saving drugs, first it was epipens, now outrage over insulin. millions dependn oit. why is it getting so much harder to afford? and game seven for all the marbles