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and... law enforcement officers and their families getting a look at what happens to an officer after ""you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the news at ten." good evening everyone, i'm ron steele. and i'm amanda goodman. thanks for joining us. a tic thanksgiving. six children killed, another 23 sent to the hospital after the crash in chattanooga, tennessee. sara rosario with the latest tonight... as families in chattanooga mourn and grapple for answers this scene is etched into their minds...a mangled school bus on its side.....wrapped around a tree. (sot emergency radio) "it going to be an mvc involving a school bus flipped off the roadway, it is occupied with children. they believe there is ejection's . ems is
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the bus...packed with 35 children.....ranging from kindergarten through 5th grade. (sot-broadcastify) "i can see an arm moving but i to the hospital. investigators are trying to find out exactly why the driver lost control of the bus. (chief fred fletcher/ chattanooga police department:35-:43) "right now it appears one contributing factor may be speed but that is part of an active ongoing investigation when we have more about that i'll let you know." police say the bus driver has been questioned and is cooperating with investigators. sarah rosario nbc news. the n-t-s-b is also investigating the crash. for more on today's tragedy, head over to our website kwwl dot com. some rain in the forecast let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast are tracking a storm forecast to impact us late possible north of highway 20.
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temperatures warm above afternoon and continues through cold rain with temperatures most of the time in the upper 30s. a gusty southeast thanksgiving day is dry, but we accumulation across eastern iowa would be 1" of snow or we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. here is additional forecast forecast to impact us late possible north of highway 20. the light wintry mix may linger into tuesday morning. temperatures warm above freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to rain. rain morning before tapering off in the afternoon. this will be a cold rain wih the upper 30s. a gusty wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday night followed less. highs will stay in the 40s through the weekend. new details tonight -- we now know the name of a man killed in a crash on the highway. police say 30- year-old richard
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concrete pillar for the 218 overpass. he was the only person in the car at the time of the crash. tonight --- law enforcement officers and their families getting a look at what happens to an officer after a shooting and how it affects their lives. kwwl's jessica hartman has more. jessica? local law enforcement e bringing in a fellow officer and documentary film maker to show a behind the scenes look at the aftermath of officer involved shootings--- in hopes of preparing officers and their families for the moment they could but hopefully never have to face. "i was kind of angery with him for forcing me to do something like that. i didn't want to do it." "i remember i walked down the radio." patrick shaver docuumentary maker "the shooting is the very first step in a long process
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his or her decision, there is still going to be an aftermath." in national cases like what happened in ferguson, missouri and the ones closer to home like the recent shooting --- many times the victim and their families pain and suffering is the focused. but behind closed doors -- the officer is wrestling with the impact of having to pull the trigger. officer mcfarland "we train so much for how to deal what leads up to the shooting, but we is walking up to him afterwards and thinking, 'i am glad i got you. it was either me or you and i am glad it is you.' you can tell.
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emotional about it. it still bothers me." certainly a hard situation for these officers and their families to overcome. the documentary "officer involed" cedar falls police protective associations and the black hawk county law enforcement association. in waterloo . . . jessica hartman news 7 kwwl. thank you jessica. as she mentioned an officer and his family right here in eastern iowa now facing the impact of a shooting. a grand jury will decide whether a cedar rapids police officer will face criminal charges for shooting a man earlier this month.
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seven people chosen randomly from the community. five of them will need to vote in agreement for officer jones to be charged. the shooting sparking multiple protest in cedar rapids. people are demanding to see dash cam video from the incident. some--quesitoning officer jones --who was involved in another officer- involved shooting last year. one man speaking out in last week's city council meeting. "an officer who somebody and now paralizing somebody that doesn't add up, something needs to be done they need to let him go." last year's shooting was deemed justified-- the linn county attorney says having a grand jury decide whether officer jones is charged in this case, is in the publics best interest. an area man dies after being
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now be ruled a homicide. shawn north was shot in his waterloo driveway back in 2001. north telling police two men knocked on his door demanding his truck- but when he refused, they shot him. he was paralyzed for the last 15 years from his arms down. died. not only when he got shot we had to worry about oh my god he's shot..is he going to die? thankfully he didnt die but then you question what was his quality of life..he was never the same. you could never be the same. the two men took off after the shooting- leaving shawn's truck behind. his sisters hope police will be able to find the men now, as the case draws more attention. a dubuque man who killed his daughter is sentenced to life in
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convicted of first degree murder in september. authorities say stern shot his 27- year-old daughter 15 times with three different guns at their home last year. stern had asked for a new trial, but was denied. a man accused of attempting to abduct and sexually assault a girl, agrees to a plea deal. 21-year-old robert robbins, of dubuque, pleading guilty to enticing a minor under the age of 13. accorg from our coverage partners at the telgraph herald, robbins grabbed the girl as she was walking home from school in march of 2015. he apparently pulled her to a shed, but she was able to get away. robbins is expected to be given a suspended ten-year prison sentence. sentencing is set for a day care worker convicted of injuring a 15- month old boy. dianna winder found guilty of child endangerment causing
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marks on his face when she picked him up from winder's home in maurice last november. winder claims she did not hit the boy but was arrested and charged. her sentencing is set for january ninth. a driver slams into a woman's living room as she's sitting inside. the crash happening over the weekend on prospect avenue in waterloo. a massive hole left in the side of the home after the driver ba and a lot of debris scattered all over the living room. the hit. "it was just like okay i am gonna sit down i know it wasn't the chair breaking when i heard that crash you know i sat down and just heard a big boom and then just to see a car sitting there" the driver of the car is facing charges of operating while under the influence.
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proper burial he deserves --decades after his death. marine corps private first class wilbur mattern, of oelwein was killed in battle back in 1943 --but his remains not recovered until just recently. today, he was buried with full military honors in the arlington national cemetary near washingnton d-c. --73 years to the date of his death. person committee tries to decide if a book being read at one high school is appropriate or not. the book is called "the perks of being a wallflower"--curre ntly part of cirriculum at hempstead high school in dubuque. one woman bringing a request to reconsider whether the book should be allowed because of some controversial content. kwwl's brad hanson joins us live
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book--in fact, the american library association says this was the tenth most challenged book from 2000 to 2009. now this committee will review this book and talk about whether students should be allowed to read it. jodi lockwood's reaction after she read the perks of being a wallflower--a book her son was assigned at hempstead high school. (jodi lockwood, dubuque) "there were very graphic scenes, a graphic rape. there's just kind of off the hook drug and alcohol use." locw those concerns to the district--she brought forward a reconsideration request. now this panel will review the book and decide whether it's appropriate for the classroom. "i hope it doesn't feel like, oh book banner! i've got my mob and torches out, i don't want it to be that way. i want it to be a discussion about, is this the unintentionally, some students?" senior kayley weiland is one of three students on the panel. (kayley weiland, dubuque hempstead senior) "i think
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bring not only parents and teachers in it, but to bring students, and have students perspective on things, because we're the ones going through school." she read the book in eighth grade, and will read it again as a committee member. "i don't think anything stuck out to me, but then again, it was so long ago that i read it. but i'm again with an open mind." there are four options this committee will have. they can take no action, remove the book completely, allow students to use alternate titles or to limit the educational use. from dubuque, brad hanson, news 7 kwwl.
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thursday december first. they'll open the floor to public comments at that meeting. coming up on kwwl... an annual thanksgiving tradition lives on... plus.. a man accused of trying to burn down his girlfriend's home --with her inside. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar....storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg has your full
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let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack
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weather information. here is additional forecast we are tracking a storm forecast to impact us late tonight through wednesday. late tonight into tuesday morning, a light wintry mix is temperatures warm above freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to rain. rain becomes widespread in the afternoon and continues through the night and into wind tuesday and tuesday night becomes light on wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday night followed by a dry friday. any snow highs will stay in the 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm tracking a storm forecast to wednesday. late tonight into linger into tuesday morning. temperatures warm above freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to rain. rain becomes widespread in the afternoon and continues this will be a cold rain with temperatures most of the time in wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday night followed by a dry friday. any snow highs will stay in the 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm impact us late tonight through 20. the light wintry mix may linger into tuesday morning. temperatures warm above freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to
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tapering off in the afternoon. this will be a cold rain with wind tuesday and tuesday night becomes light on snow thursday night followed by a dry friday. any snow 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. we are tuesday morning, a light wintry mix is possible north of highway 20. the light wintry mix may linger into tuesday morning. temperatures warm above freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to wednesday morning before tapering off in the afternoon. this will be a cold rain with temperatures most of the time in wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. morning, a light wintry mix is possible north of highway 20. by late tuesday morning changing any mix to rain. rain becomes widespread in the afternoon and continues tapering off in the afternoon. this will be a cold rain with tuesday night becomes light on wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we accumulation across eastern iowa would be 1" of snow or we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. we are
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mix is possible north of highway 20. the light wintry mix may linger into tuesday through the night and into wednesday morning before tapering off in the afternoon. this will be a cold rain with temperatures most of the time in wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday night followed less. highs will stay in the 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. we are tuesday morning, a light wintry mix is possible north of highway 20. the light wintry mix may morning changing any mix to rain. rain becomes widespread in the afternoon and continues through the night d wednesday morning before temperatures most of the time in wednesday. thanksgiving day is dry, but we are tracking a chance for light snow thursday night followed less. highs will stay in the forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. we are tracking a storm forecast to impact us late tonight through mix is possible north of highway freezing by late tuesday morning changing any mix to rain. rain becomes widespread in the afternoon and continues through the night and into wednesday morning before tapering off in the afternoon. the upper 30s. a gusty southeast wind tuesday and tuesday night thanksgiving day is dry, but we
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less. highs will stay in the 40s through the weekend. we are tracking another storm forecast to bring more rain sunday into monday. hundreds of people gathering in waterloo for n the mike and leona adams thanksgiving dinner taking place for the 35th year. the couple died a few years back-- but their legacy remains in this free community dinner they started in 1982. along with a full turkey dinner and pumpkin pie, anyone could get a free haircut or their blood pressure checked. "i think it's just great to see
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the weather's starting to get cold but it doesn't stop 'em. they're all in good spirits, they're getting a meal, they're getting to enjoy companionship." more than one thousand meals were served tonight. coming up on kwwl... a car comes crashing into an
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being hit by a car at an auto show. police say the car ran into some outdoor tents that were part of the los angeles auto show outside the convention center. at least seven people were being treated for various injuries.
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under investigation. a man is arrested, accused of trying to blow up his girlfriend's home. police in illinois say the man went into the woman's home, slit his own throat with a knife in front of her, and then apparently set the house on fire. officers say he tried to run away and then threatened to kill himself, before eventually being arrested. he is in the hospital in critical condition with multiple cuts near his neck. coming up next... it's opening night for iowa high school basketball teams -w third ranked waverly- shell rock -- plus -- we'll hear from iowa state's matt campbell as the cyclones chase a third straight win to go out with a bang -- mark woodley joins us next on kwwl.
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the season ends on saturday regardless of what the iowa football team does against west virginia -- and you'd have to imagine the cyclones will go in to that one with a lot of confidence despite the fact they're currently a touchdown underdog -- matt campbell's team has shown vast amounts of improvement that culminated in a second straight big 12 win and a 56 point drubbing of the texas tech red raiders -- it was a game where the two quarterback system worked to perfection with joel lanning running for five touchdowns and jacob park throwing for two more --
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work takes the right mind-set -- everyone wants to start and have that roll on the team you know, when you can kind of have 2 people kind of doing the momentum going that we have. when you want to build a great football program, you've got to be in this thing together. it's got to be unified, and i think the energy on our sidelines is completely differnt to earlier in the season to where it is now. to ten points -- 36 below their average -- kamari cotton-moya was named the big 12 defensive player of the week for his effort -- creating two turnovers and a pick six in the game -- saturday's finale against west virginia kicks off at 2:30 -- iowa -- meanwhile -- has a black friday game against nebraska on deck -- and they'll be looking for more out of the big ten offensive player of the week leshun daniels got that honor
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in the shut-out win over illinois -- the hawks and huskers kick off at 2:30 on friday -- coe's trevor heitland has been named one of the ten finalists for the gagliardi trophy -- given to the top player in divison 3 football -- the former cedar rapids kennedy grad finished second in d-3 in rushing yards and tops in all-purpose yards with 217 per game -- he's helped lead the kohawks to school history -- coe travels to saint thomas of minnesota on saturday -- opening night of girls high opening night of girls high school basketball -- waverly shell rock -- 3rd ranked in 4-a -- hosting west delaware -- go-hawks strong on the offensive boards all night -- grace reyerson gets the put-back -- w-sr out to a quick three point edge -- west delawre counter with the bucket from lauren collier on the other end to pull within one -- but the go-hawks went on a run -- jayme willemssen gets the
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17, 4 lead -- west delaware doing their best to stay in it as haley lyness hits the j to make it an 11 point game -- put the go-hawks were way too tonight 60 to 34 -- stick around -- we'll be right
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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jason sudeikis, kristin chenoweth,

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