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TRACKING: Snowfall ends this morning, more to track in later this week

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Below normal temperatures and snow chances through Saturday. 

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TRACKING: Dense fog, rain and freezing rain tonight and Tuesday

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Freezing rain, rain and dense fog tonight into Tuesday. 

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Waterloo Council debate over mechanic rolls into week 3 Video included

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KWWL continues to follow the debate, which has left one man unemployed. 

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Former VP Joe Biden tiptoes toward a 2020 run

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During a recent gathering of longtime foreign policy aides, Biden said he was keeping his 2020 options open, considering it a real possibility.

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Washington snipped here? College says it found prez's hair

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Tucked in the pages of a grimy, leather-bound almanac in the archives at New York's Union College was a tiny envelope with the hand-scrawled words "Washington's hair."

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UPDATE: Marion Police SWAT to train Tuesday

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The Marion Independent School District now says that police has moved tomorrow's SWAT team training to another location.

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$6 million jail for Jackson County? Video included

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Jackson County is reviewing plans for a new jail to house criminals.

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Hundreds of Iowa City students walk out, march after Florida shooting Video included

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Hundreds of Iowa City middle and high school students walked out of class today to march downtown in response to the Florida school shooting last week that killed 17 people. 

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UPDATE: Waverly Palace Theatre announces permanent closure Video included

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The Waverly Palace Theater announced on Facebook that they are permanently closed. 

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Waterloo Police discuss what they lose if budget is cut Video included

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Hundred of guns are no longer on the streets and Waterloo Police say it's because of the work of a special unit launched in 2009. But, the unit could be cut, if the city's budget is reduced.

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Reynolds says feds, not state should discuss gun laws

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When asked whether she supports further restrictions to Iowa's gun laws, Gov. Kim Reynolds said the federal government needs to take responsibility in discussing gun legislation.    

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$85 million egg processing facility coming to Norwalk

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MG Waldbaum Co., a subsidiary of Minnesota-based Michael Foods Inc., will receive state incentives for a manufacturing and distribution center in Norwalk where precooked eggs will be processed. 

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Beck's on University closing, Lark Brewery to move

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Beck's on University Avenue in Waterloo has closed abruptly. 

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State Patrol offer safety tips after "mega-crashes"

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The Iowa State Patrol is offering tips for drivers after two mega-crashes in central Iowa during icy weather. 

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Iowa City students ask district to note Muslim holidays

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Some Iowa City elementary students are urging the school district to recognize Muslim holidays, and board members say they're willing to consider the request.    

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RECALL: Fiat Chrysler recalls trucks over rollaway risk

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A Fiat Chrysler truck recall includes certain 2017 and 2018 Ram pickup trucks.

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Director of "Black Panther" surprises kids at movie theater

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Ryan Coogler made an appearance in California.

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Woman calls Cedar Falls police for clogged toilet, TV problems Video included

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So many of us can relate to the frustration when our toilet clogs or our TV stops working right before our favorite show starts. 

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Prices at the pump fall again

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What are you paying at the pump? Gas price averages fell this week. 

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People rally against gun violence in Dubuque Video included

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About 50 people gathered in the Town Clock Square Sunday to rally against gun violence. 

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Community leaders react to loss of Jonathan Narcisse

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Well-known local politician and advocate Jonathan Narcisse has passed away. 

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Authorities say 70-year-old woman dies after Iowa house fire

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The woman was taken to a nearby hospital where she died.

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ADM plans to invest $196 million in Iowa grain plant updates

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Archer Daniels Midland plans to invest $196 million in its grain processing plant in Clinton, Iowa.

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Update: Man identified in weekend fire

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Firefighters say they were able to find an adult man with severe burns, and he was taken to the the hospital for treatment. 

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CRUSH THE CRISIS: Community discusses opioid epidemic Video included

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Experts say at least 144 people die daily in the United States from overdose. Here in Iowa a group is trying to find a solution to stop the problem.

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Crews respond to vacant building fire

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Cedar Rapids Police say crews were called to the old Sinclair Meat Packing Plant for a fire.

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Missouri youth baseball team moves forward with AR-15 raffle

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A Missouri youth baseball team is moving ahead with a raffle of an AR-15 rifle despite criticism it received after a similar gun was used to kill 17 in a Florida high school.

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Trump to meet with high school students

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President Donald Trump will hold a listening session with high school students this week following the deadly school shooting in Florida. 

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Rosalynn Carter recovering from surgery in Atlanta

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Former first lady Rosalynn Carter is recovering from surgery at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.

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Facebook to verify ads with postcards after Russian meddling

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Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.

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County funding may force Iowa senior center closure

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Closing the center would force senior citizens to find a new place to play card games and bingo.

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Police: ‘It Happened Again’ Nearly 70 vehicles involved in I-35 pile-up

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That stretch of road was shut down for nearly two hours Saturday.

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Some questioning Iowa victims rights bill

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A push to add language to the Iowa Constitution ensuring the rights of crime victims is moving through the Legislature despite opposition from a crime victims group and prosecutors.

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1 million cigarette butts and counting: woman cleans hometown Video included

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A California woman is on a mission to clean her city by picking up cigarette butts.

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