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into a serene day after for fans of the chicago cubs -- both here in eastern iowa and throughout the world. after the cubs clinched their first world series title in over a century last night -- at least one celebration turned dangerous. take a look at this video out of iowa city after the big win last light pole in the far right of the video. euphoria turns to horror in a split second -- when the glass breaks and police say stabilization efforts were made and the man was taken to the university of iowa hospital--no word tonight on his condition. kwwl's kristin rogers --joins us live from iowa city --kristin? it's just tragic-- what started as a happy
man fell-- we spoke with multiple witnesses today-- many of them are still shaken up. cubs are world champions for the first time in more than a century-- while the team was celebrating in cleveland-- iowa "pretty crazy like everyone was cheering, everyone was like jumping on top of eachother, kinda hugging each other." this is the scene inside d.c.'s after the cubs sealed the deal many people--flooding the ped mal may have gone too far. watch as this man climbs you the rest of this video out of respect-- something breaks -- and the man takes a long fall--landing on the brick below-- a witness--who wished to be anonymous tells us what he saw-- "i didn't think anything of it people were kind of cheering him on because it was a part of the celebrations." a celebration that turned for the worst.
collin murhpy's roomate--telling him what he saw-- "a kid fell off and kind of hit his head, went head first and there just not in good condition." murphy--who was not personally there--says its hard not to be heartbroken for the man and his family--despite the cubs big win. "just kind of takes the wind out of the sails of the celebration." i spoke with the iowa city police department this morning-- they say it was a tragic accident--but they were not able to give me an update on the man's condition. in iowa city--kristin rogers--news 7...kwwl. police haven't released the man's name yet. continuing coverage into a deadly ambush of two police officers here in iowa -- with murder charges now filed. scott green was charged today
he's in custody in the polk county jail tonight. the officers that lost their lives early yesterday morning are sergeant anthony beminio of the des moines police department -- and urbandale officer justin martin. the focus has shifted to support for the police departments at the center of the ambush -- with love pouring in from across the state to urbandale and des moines. the chief of one of the departments addressing the attacks during a news conference today. take a listen: "i won't try to reason or make sense of this, this is calculated murder, there's no if in every sense of the word, from the way it was carried out to the way it ended." police say they have found greene's car -- and an explosive-detection dog led them to the suspected gun used in the attacks. right here in eastern iowa--police departments are showing their support for their fallen brothers. kwwl's taylor bailey was in olwein today and is back in
the sudden death of two iowa police officers have not only shaken up urbandale des moines, but also departments here in eastern iowa. the olewein police department put this patrol car outside of their police station not for them--but for their brothers who were murdered. a thin blue line flag lays across the front window people visiting today--dropping off flowers and notes one reading--thank you for all that you do "i just don't understand life number one why would you want to take someone's life who is esentially protecting" alexis buhr couldn't help but stop and pay respect to both the fallen officers and the officers of oelwein. the oelwein police captain stresses the patrol car is not for their department.
sacrifces officers make nation wide. live in waterloo ... taylor bailey ... news seven kwwl. the oelwein police department will keep the patrol car out front of the station until the two officers are layed to rest. an eastern iowa man convicted of murdering his daughter -- will not get a new trial. 63-year-old robert stern was found guilty in the 20-15 death of his 27-year-old daughter during a dubuque trail that ended in trial. according to our coverage partners at the telegraph herald -- an iowa district court judge denied the motion for a new trial this morning. decision 20-16 time now -- with the clock ticking down. election day is coming up on tuesday -- and the campaigns are trying their best to secure the support of our battleground state.
the republican party's vice presidential nominee returning to rally supporters of donald trump in warren county -- but first he arrived in des moines on a trump-pence plane with -- ted cruz. cruz won iowa's caucus back in february. many young voters say the 20-16 presidential race has been more like a reality t-v show -- discussing the other candidate's personality fw kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live on u-n-i's campus. mac? by this time next week -- the next leader of the free world will be named -- but younger voters seem less than excited about the political race. (nat pop...trump, "she is the candidate of yesterday." clinton, "we have come too far too far to let donald trump take
-- young voters say people seem disgusted -- voting for the candidate they dislike less -- instead of the one who will carry out their "i've felt that a little bit with the presidential election itself. personally, i care more about the down-ballot races. those are the ones that are going to affect me a lot more on a day- to-day level." u-n-i public policy student cam draude voted on his 18th birthday in the last presidential election -- saying the election process changed dramatically. "it's been really frustrating to hear them not talk about policy road in iowa and not see one of these political signs posted in someone's yard, but younger voters say the signs don't -- in fact, quite the opposite." "that is gotten to that level is kind of frustrating, but hopefully it's kind of a wake-up call for the american people we need to
down compared to recent elections -- but workers say that could be because both presidential candidates haven't pushed early live in cedar falls -- macleod hageman -- news seven kwwl. we're now five days away from election night -- with clinton and trump in a very tight race here i the hawkeye state. more decision 20- 16 coverage is with two state senate candidates going toe-to-toe on issues ranging from education to gun control. and -- another restaurant robbery in one eastern iowa town hit hard by theft -- ends with a trio of arrests. and... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar.... chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg will have your full forecast, coming up.
let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now -- he's tracking how long these nice temperatures will last. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is isolated. the weather can't get much better for the first week of november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon into monday night as a front crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is isolated. the weather can't get much forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon into monday night as a front crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage
information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: the weather can't get much better for the first week of november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon into monday night as a front crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is isolated. the weather can't get much november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon into monday night as a front crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is isolated. the weather can't get much better for the first week of november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon
amounts are light and coverage is isolated. the weather can't get much better for the first week of november. high temperatures are forecast to stay in 60s through next week. as for any rain, there is a small chance of showers late monday afternoon into monday night as a front crosses the state. rain amounts are light and coverage is isolated. forecast to stay in 60s through into monday night as a front isolated. continuing our coverage of decision 2016 now -- eyeing tight local races. senate district 32 which covers bremer, buchanan, southern
hawk counties. the incumbent -- is the democratic senator brian schoenjahn. his challenger this year- republican craig johnson. kwwl's elizabeth amanieh tells us more about their campaigns. both candidates for senate disitrict 32 put candidate brian schoenjahn- a former teacher himself-says he knows the value of a proper eduation. "that is the way iowa has "that is the way iowa has always operated, our priority has been education." his republican opponent-candidate craig johnson puts just but wants to scale back government control. "having the knowledge they do, they can best solve their issues right at the local level" another pressing issue for both candidates? mental health services in the state of iowa. senator schoenjahn noting concern over the recent closure of mental health institutes. two of four remaining in the state of iowa-one being in his district of indepndence. "we have two bed per 100,00 people and half those beds are
become the de-facto mental health institutions in the state would do everyhting i can to fund those services and keep them going." johnson also promising to bring his business experience as the executive director of heartland acres to the table to create jobs. "i think government's role in generating businesses to allow businesses to be creative and get people hired and put them to work." and another issue johnson feels government should weapons and being trained senate- wants to focus oa ready projects around the state with our great agricultural partners, our farmers. and they've been ready to go with these projects. and we just haven't had the money to fund that." in senate district 32, elizabeth amanieh news seven
currently serving senate district 32 -- and is a three-term state senator. craig johnson -- the newcomer in this race -- is a republican. three people are in custody after an alleged hold-up at a domino's pizza along riverside drive in iowa city. police say two people with guns entered the restaurant after two a-m this morning and demanded money -- even locking four people in the store into a cooler. no one was hurt. proximity to a convenience store -- which was also recently robbed. police say they've taken corey lindsey, keashaun hayes and martarious junious into custody in connection with the domino's robbery. all three are facing charges of kidnapping and robbery. coming up in sports... the iowa state cyclones prepare to kick it off in a few minutes against 14th ranked oklahoma....
good evening, i'm rick coleman. besides being one of the most dramatic games in world series history---the chicago cubs epic 8-7 ten inning win over cleveland ia watched baseball game since the 1991 world series. more than 40- million people tuned in to see the cubs end 108 years of futility... jay gray has more. a blown lead.. a rain delay.. and an extra inning.. winner take-all game seven.. between two teams. not used to winning.. winner take-all game seven.. between two teams. not used to winning.. nats of fans celebrating
have waited 108-years for this.. more than a lifetime of frustration and futility -- washed away by the champaign and celebration that stretches from cleveland.. all the way to wrigleyville.. (sot) "i was the happiest person alive longer the "lovable losers" .. the butt of jokes .. or the answer to a trivia question .. there's no more "waiting for next year" - this is the cub's year.. (ben zobrist/world series mvp "i can't believe we're finally standing after 108 years finally able to hoist the trophy." cubs nation .. overwhelmed.. nats celebration screaming and overjoyed ,,,, after spending more than a century in baseball purgatory
underdogs to oklahoma...but this has all the makings of a potential upset. on paper it looks like a probable blowout---iowa state is one and seven... inclduding oh and five in the big 12. but the cyclones have been highly competitive in their last four you know bowl game or not we are going to enjoy these last four games---and we are going to play our best and play our hearts out because that is all we get. game kicks
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were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes.
you are well aware of, the chicago cubs are on top of the baseball world for the first time in 108 years tonight. last night's game seven will be a victory for the ages -- especially for those who gathered outside wrigley field to witness the exact moment the cubs clinched the championship. here's that moment on video -- wrigleyville going crazy last night as the famous marquee illuminated the win. it'll be party time yet again tomorrow in chicago -- when the players return for the championship parade. let's go to storm track seven chief
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