tv KWWL News at Six NBC November 4, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm CDT
we begin with our continuing coverage into the tragic deaths today -- central iowa police holding an escort through des moines for sergeant tony beminio and urbandale officer justin martin. the caravan went from the medical examiner's office to the funeral home. several businesses along the route had flags up as the police escort came through with the hearse carrying the officers' bodies. meanwhile -- the suspect charged officers making an appearance in court today. scott michael greene did not speak as the judge outlined the case against him. greene's next court appearance is november 14th -- he is being held on 10- million-dollars bond. despite this week's tragic ambush -- some in eastern iowa are diving head first into the line of work. after 17- weeks of training -- the cedar rapids regional police academy hold a graduation
there--she joins us live from the cedar rapids police department--kristin ? that's right--it was an exciting day for the officers as they officially got sworn in-- they were commended by director--judy bradshaw-- who happens to be the former police cheif in des moines-- for starting their careers--especially at this for austin mensen--being a police officer-- has been a dream for a and his classmates by his side-- it's official family and friends--knowing the risk involved-- and supporting their officers every step of the way-- like mensen's mother. "very nervous but you know as this graduating class--started their training with the academy the day after five police officers were shot and killed in dallas-- and they graduate--days after two officers are murdered--in the des moines area.
serve. "the cheif and captain isn't what you signed up for the door was there and nobody left urbandale here, nobody has left then either." and while families worry--especially in the wake of what happened just days ago close to home-- "it just breaks your heart to know that that family is going through that and i jut mensen--is ready for the it's the nobalist profession out there i mean people are running away and we are running in." just amazing men and women-- during the last 17 weeks-- some of the training included-- academic test, shooting, fitness
and not an easy job to protect their communities. live in cedar rapids--kristin rogers--news 7...kwwl news. nine of the graduates will go to the cedar rapids police department, there were also graduates heading to the noth liberty and tipton police departments, the department of corrections and the cedar rapids fire department-- as an arson investigator. the warm start to november is rolling right through the weekend. chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for a first look at that weekend weather. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: normal high in the low-mid 50s. with highs in the 60s through thursday. there is a small than that chance of rain we remain dry through next week. nice lately. we are tracking the potential for some cooler air by he first few days of november have seen highs in the upper 60s will continue into next week with highs in the 60s through
remain dry through next week. shock to us since it has been so no big storms in sight at this point. he first few days of and low 70s...well above the normal high in the low-mid 50s. thursday. there is a small chance for a few showers us since it has been so nice police say a former school district worker in eastern iowa -- admits to sending obscene pictures to a student. a former employee of the linn mar school district -- who worked at four oaks -- is facing charges--after he is ac pornographic picture to a linn- mar high school student. police say 26-year- old marcus cain admitted the crime during questioning and a search of his cell phone was fired from his postion at four oaks on october 5th. kwwl follow-up now. a man rushed to the hospital after getting shot has died from his injuries. it happened tuesday morning in waterloo. kwwl's macleod hageman joins us live in waterloo. mac?
internal injuries this morning. i caught up with police chief dan trelka who says this is the the hospital -- 22-year- old darrell lanier dies from shooting injuries-- following multiple surgeries. waterloo police chief dan trelka optimisitc to track down those responsible. "we're pursuing leads in the case, and i'm optimistic we're was gang- related -- saying two deadly shootings in waterloo -- is two too many. "i wish we could go a whole waterloo again." "people here on franklin shaken by the shooting, telling authorities what little they know. we into the department, giving police the chance to track down the shooter." "it's the second shooting on this block. it's crazy." "the next thing i know i hear about 8 gunshots go off, and i come out it was really all i saw, and then all of a sudden the promisicing leads we're pursuing that will hopefully lead us to taking a person or
-- there is no immediate threat to the community. live in waterloo -- macleod according to lanier's friends -- they say he was a good person who had a few run-ins with police. an eastern iowa grandmother was nearly scammed into sending bail money to her "grandson" after a phone call yesterday morning. kwwl's taylor bailey with the grandmother today. taylor? the anderson's are really involved in their seven grandchildren's lives.
they recieved a mysterous phone nats phone ringing..."hello" joann anderson is greeted by... "hi grandma this is your explain his call "i sound funny because i was in an accident and i broke my nose grandson told her he was in the dominican republic for a wedding. he says he was arrested for drinking and driving. "then he says i need money to get out of jail and i said oh i am so sorry honey but we can't help you" "at first i was saying oh i am so sorry honey and you know i feel bad that that happened but then would never call her for money--she knew then it was a scam. "how do they find out? how do they know to call that number and say hi grandma how would you know she's not twenty five?" fortunatley after about ten minutes--the conversation ended--and the anderson's didn't
soon as he found out we weren't gonna send money then he hung up" the anderson's say their grandson and works as a cancer researcher. they are hopeful people learn from their experience. taylor bailey...news seven...kwwl the andersons say they called the butler county sheriffs officer and they told the couple this is not the first report of scams like this. coming up on kwwl -- an area criminal justice professor says
tonight -- we're digging into a campus controversy. as the embattled professor tells her story -- and how she says her academic department turned on her. an eastern iowa community chips in to help a neighbor finish his harvest during hard times. and... here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar.... chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg will have your full forecast, coming "this is kwwl news at six. and sports with rick coleman. we've got you covered."
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meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for a look at the weekend -- and election day weather. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: he and low 70s...well above the normal high in the low-mid 50s. warmer than normal days will continue into next week
chance for a few showers monday night as weak front pushes through the state. other than that chance of rain we remain dry through next week. at some point our weather will turn colder and it will be a shock to us since it has been so nice lately. we are tracking the potential for some cooler air by the week of thanksgiving. no big storms in sight at this point. he first few days of november and low 70s...well above the normal high in the low-mid 50s. warmer than normal days will continue into next week with highs in the 60s through thursday. there is a small chance for a few showers monday night as weak front pushes through the state. other than that chance of rain we remain dry through next week. at some point our weather will turn colder and it will be a shock to us since it has been so air by the week of thanksgiving. no big storms in sight at this
have seen highs in the upper 60s and low 70s...well above the normal high in the low-mid 50s. warmer than normal days will continue into next week with highs in the 60s through thursday. there is a small chance for a few showers monday night as weak front pushes through the state. other than that chance of rain we remain dry through next week. at some point our weather will turn colder and it will be a shock to us since it has been so the potential for some cooler air by the week of thanksgiving. no big storms in sight at this
academic department turned against her -- and a new department leader steps down -- causing an intense and somewhat murky situation at an area university. a forum to talk about allegations at the university of wisconsin platteville was cancelled earlier this week... frustrating dozens of students. kwwl's shirley descorbeth following this story for us. she's live in platteville, wisconsin. shirley.
here at u-w-platteville. this comes after a professor alledges retaliation from the department. and now -- one of its leaders has resigned. about 80 u-w platteville students arrive to what's supposed to be an open forum regarding claims today.there's an email that was she's been going through. professor sabina burton says it burton says she was within the department have been kinda agree that us students are here r this department move on from a past that is both troubled and troubling." in a statement the university
from a past that is both troubled and says they strive "to ensure all says they strive "to ensure all students, faculty and staff operate in the best possible environment. the university invites all people to express their concerns, takes all comments seriously, and follows due diligence in the review process." one community in sumner is banding together today-to finish their
their neighbor has been facing a tough two years after his wife was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer. between appointments, chemotherapy and radiation he hasnt gotten around to working on the farm. but his neighbors made sure the farm was the last thing he had to worry about. harvesting over 160 acres. bringing along six combines. eight semis. and four grain carts. "well, that's what iowans do. when you have a family with problems and issues like that, we gather togethern out as much as we can to help them get through their misfortune" the mattkes say they are beyond grateful for the overwhelming community support. coming up... the second round of state football playoffs are tonight---and dike- new hartford must hit the road to play p-c-m monroe. we hear
he white house. rod blum still supports trump today. and even attacked republicans who spoke out against trump. send me back to congress, and you send donald trump to the white house. rod blum and donald trump. wrong for iowa. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. a celebration that has been in the making for 108 years--- finally went down today in the windy city. the chicago cubs holding a massive parade and rally after winning their first world series title since 1908. the parade started at wrigley field and headed down the magificient mile and end with a rally in grant park. thousands of people lined the streets along the parade route to catch a glimpse of the cub players and the world series trophy...close
part of the celbration. this has organization. "i've been around baseball for a bit, never, never have i experienced anything like wrigley field on a nightly should be. i want to congratulate the fans, and thank you for being so patient." three to one favorites to win next year's world series. tonight is the quarterfinal round of the state football playoffs...and iowa's all-time leading rusher trent johnson will lead dike-new hartford against p-c-m monroe -- the game comes one week after johnson put together one of the best post- season performances of all-time running for 422 yards in a win over southeast valley ---
hundred--50 yards for his career -- eclipsing the all- time record previously held by levi ferguson of north mahaska -- 402, i just thought it was out of... especially during the to be that much better in the playoffs, but then we just kept marching the ball down, and i it was kind of a surprise, but i'm really glad for him that he was able to do that on our field in front of our fans. that to me made it really special. it's a big night for the wolverines -- along with several other area teams -- just one win separates them from making the semifinals inside the uni-dome --
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 see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate
like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
sometimes, maybe it's worth listening to a politician. take congressman rod blum. on social security, blum doesn't just back 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 the content of this advertising. meteorologist mark schnackenberg for a last look at your
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