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we begin with first alert storm team meteorologis t britley ritz. high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through early wednesday. the first half of the week the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts! thanks britley. worldwide, countries are
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terror attacks in paris friday night left at least 129 people dead. a california woman was among the people killed. 23-year-old nohemi gonzalez was a student at california state university, long beach. school officials say she was studying abroad for a university exchange program at a design college in france. french officials contacted the university and gonzalez's parents about her death. today, her school and family are grieving. sot " sot mos man : "nohomi was somewhat of a star in our department, a shining star, and she brought joy, happiness, laughter to everybody she worked with." " " my cousin and i did everything together, practically like sisters ." " french and u-s officials are now taking steps
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to bring justice to victims like gonzalez. officials have identified one of the attackers as 29-year-old frenchman ismael mostefai. a french prosecutor says he was identified by fingerprints on a single finger found after the attacks. a woman who grew up in marion was also in the city when the attacks happened. " we were here to celebrate my birthday but we were not near the attacks and we're trying to go back and thank you for your prayers. " arrianna also wrote kcrg yesterday, telling us the police and military are keeping everyone safe. she also said it's encouraging to see people walking the streets instead of letting fear keep them inside. the paris attacks shifted the focus of questions at the second democratic presidential debate in des moines. abc's stephanie ramos shows us how moderators switched topics from the economy to
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international crisis, within hours of the debate saturday night. ats: "as france mourns, so does america." before the democratic presedential candidates were introduced? a moment of silence in response to the attacks in paris. nats: "the debate you've tuned in to see tonight is a symbol of the freedom we all cherish. cbs news?.the hosts of the 2nd presidential debate at drake university in iowa quickly reworked its debate plan after the paris attacks ?to focus more on issues of terrorism, national security and foreign relations. after opening statements?hi llary clinton flanked by bernie sanders and martin o malley.. answering the first question?will she be a part of an adminstration legacy where isis threats were underestimate d? sot american fight. and i think what the president has consistently said-- which i agree with-- is that we will support those who take the fight to isis. that is why we have troops in iraq that are helping to train and build back up the iraqi military, syria working with the kurds and arabs so that we can be supportive. " o'malley jumped in. i would disagree with-- with secretary clinton, respectfully, on this score. this actually is america's fight. it cannot solely be america's
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fight. america is best when we work in collaboration with our allies. bernie sanders added?. the greatest threat to national security is climate change. sot sanders: climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism. and if we do not get our act together and listen to what the scientists say you're gonna see countries all over the world-- this is what the c.i.a. says, they're gonna be struggling over limited amounts of water, limited amounts of land to grow their crops. and you're gonna see all kinds of g-o-p presidential candidates are responding to terrorism overseas. 14 attended the sunshine summit in florida. they mourned for france and the victims there. but many candidates also took jabs at president obama's response, and promised to fight the islamic state's jihadist extremism. " "we must never allow this cult of evil to take hold in our country or to live amongst us. it is the antithesis of what it means to be a free
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american." " " isis is not a jv team mr. president, they are not contained, they are at our shores and they measure their victory in body count. " the sunshine summit is a two-day event for republican presidential candidates and florida elected officials to address voters. this morning, dozens of iowa soldiers will take off from the eastern iowa airport and head to afghanistan. almost 40 iowa army reserve soldiers from the 649th regional support center will leave this morning. this is video from veterans day last week, when tv-9 talked with some of the soldiers about their deployment. at 9 o'clock, the unit will participate in an hour-long farewell ceremony at the armed forces reserve center. buying a new car can turn into a complicated, stressful experience. but one state has a solution, in the form of a
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yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next chances will become likely overnight and into monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through
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early wednesday. the first half of the week our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer
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thanks britley. many hawkeye fans made a long
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day. but it wasn't just for football, it was also for a historic wrestling match.
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stadium. first, the iowa football team was hoping to go 10-0 for the first time ever as the hawkeyes took on minnesota. ... hawkeyes with the all black uniforms, i actually like them ... first quarter, iowa draws first blood as leshun daniels scores on the 3-yard touchdown... it's his 4th td in the last three games ... minnesota tied it up, iowa unties in the 2nd as c.j. beathard goes with the boot leg and walks into the end zone... hawkeyes back on top 14-7 ... later in the 2nd, hawkeyes
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he's in the end zone for the 2nd time tonight... iowa quarter... hawkeyes up by six... beathard hits tevaun smith, he makes a couple of guys miss... he gets tackled inside the 1-yard line, 29- yard gain ... very next play, beathard sneaks it in for the touchdown... iowa takes a 33-21 lead ... later in the 4th, leshun daniels puts the icing on he's off to the touchdown of the game, this one a 51-yard run... the floyd of rosedale trophy is back in iowa city and the hawkeyes are 10-0 for the first time ever with the 40-35 victory ... earlier in the day, 42,287 fans packed kinnick stadium for the grapple on the gridiron as iowa welcomed number one oklahoma state on the wrestling mat. john campbell has the highlights. it was exciting.most exciting
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i've ever been in. that was cool. everyone lined up waiting for you to come out. cheer you on. i stepped on the mat and those fans were electric. the mat was electric. i keep saying, electric, electric, electric. you can say that again and this is the first of four numbers to remember. 54 degrees at kickoff. thomas gilman got the place rocking with a major decision at 125. cory clark kept the ball rolling at 133. 4 point near fall and he wins his match 8-2. we move to 149 where third seeded brandon sorenson used a first period takedown to power at 6-1 victory.... one of the most exciting matches came at 157. iowa's edwin cooper got himself in a big hole but battle back. cooper couldn't quite get over the hump and lost by three.... 174 equally thrilling as alex meyer used this takedown to tie it at 8s....
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takedown with 35 seconds left to win by one and put oky state in the team lead. but iowa got it right back on the dominating performance by sammy brooks at 184....he recorded the 17-2 tech fall.... and here are two more numbers to remember iowa 18 number two oky state 16.... but the 4th number is the one they will talk about for a long time.... 42 thousand 287...that's how many made the grapple on the gridiron one for the record books and memory books. you had to be on the mat and have people screaming. people who didn't show up really missed out. ... thank you john... iowa state looking to upset 8th ranked oklahoma state at jack trice stadium ... 1st offensive drive for the cyclones... joel lanning keeps it on the zone-read... he takes it to the house... 24-yard touchdown to make it 7-0 ... okie state tied it up, but
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the cyclones untie it... lanning rolls out and hits allen lazard... jukes one defender, lowers the shoulder and plows his way in for the 24-yard touchdown... cyclones led 24-14 at halftime ... 2nd half, they only lead by three... lanning on the zone-read again... he's got tons of real estate... 21-yard score untouched... 2nd rushing touchdown of the game... cyclones lead 31-21 ... but oklahoma state comes back in the 4th quarter... j.w. walsh swings it out to jeff carr and he fights his way in for the score... cowboys go up 35-31 ... iowa state with one last chance... lanning drops back, but he overthrows his receiver and is picked off... okie state holds off iowa state, 35-31 ... northern iowa on the road at missouri state... panthers looking for their 4th straight win ... first drive of the game.... tyvis smith busts through the line and finds a lane... there he goes from 56 yards out and northern iowa takes a 7-0 lead... ...
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aaron bailey on the keeper... 14-0 uni... and the dual-threat q-b is just getting started.... ... middle of the second now... brodie lambert's pass is weak... and deiondre' hall picks it off... we're going the other way... ... two plays later... it's bailey's second score of the afternoon... he had 4 rushing touchdowns for the second week in a row... panthers get the 41-0 shutout ... the iowa city regina football team is one step closer to a six-peat. scott westerberg has highlights of the regals taking on dike-new hartford in the state semi-finals. regals trying to win for the 81st time in their last 83 games....and regina gets on the board first....nathan stenger with the qb sneak....7-0 regals....2nd quarter, regina goes to the air...stenger over the middle to michael conlon who makes the juggling one- handed catch and the regals are inside the 20....from there stenger rolls right and throws back to
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field for ethan suchomel....14-0 regina....dike-new hartford answers with its workhorse running back trent johnson....he fights his way in from 4 yards out....wolves trail by just 7 at the half...3rd quarter, dike-new hartford takes to the air....jacob moore with a beautiful ball to connor neuroth for the 60 yard touchdown....game tied at 14...regina comes right back and retakes the lead on stenger's second rushing touchdown of the game...and then the regal defense comes up with a huge play...jack edeker pounces on the fumble....one of four regina recovered on the day "their running back is a great back. he's shifty. it's hard to contain him the whole game. i think the turnovers were a big part and that helped us gain some momentum." that led to an emilio tovar field goal....regina's lead grows to 10...stenger puts the game on ice with his third score of the game and regina is headed to the finals for the 6th straight year with a 31-14 win over dike-new hartford. "it never gets old. i think every time i'm here it gets better and better." from the dome....scott westerberg tv9 sports. --2a semifinals...no rth
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spirit lake...after the indians take a 7-0 lead it only takes the tigerhawks one play to answer....the give up the middle to jesse mackey and he breaks free on a 65 yard touchdown run...the pat was no good...spirit lake still leads 7-6... --the indians add it to as logan backhaus rolls out and hits billy brown in the end zone....14-6 spirit lake... --but north fayette-valley answers once again with another long run....this time it's trey kuhens who breaks a couple tackles and he's off to the races....56 yards later the game is tied at 14... --after spirit lake makes it 21-14, the tigerhawks respond on the jet sweep to trevor hurd...he wins the race to the goal line... --but backhaus and the indians were just too explosive on offense as spirit lake tops north fayette-valley 49-34. --mt vernon and albia....no score in the first...the give to jack cochrane on the jet sweep....he finds room around the right side and the mustangs grab a 7-0 lead... --same score 2nd quarter....drew adam with the play action pass....he tosses it up to connor hermann in the endzone....hermann hauls it in....14-0 mt vernon... --it's a 17-14 mustangs lead in the 3rd when adam
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connects with a wide open tommy hook as mt vernon moves on to the title game with a 24-21 win.. ... and i'll have some more
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trt oc high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will become likely overnight and into monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely
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our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts! we've got video of a vending machine that'll satisfy the craving of any auto buff. and some burglars get a little hungry during a home break in. jeremy roth invites us to
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"take a look at this." --supers-- :00-:25 wztv thursday nashville :25-:43 san jose pd august 17 san jose, ca :43-1:00 symbio wildlife park new south wales, australia you're gonna need a lot of quarters for this vending machine. carvana has opened a five-story vending machine filled with used cars, in nashville....an d we're not talking hot wheels. it's the real deal - minus the in your face car salesman. you pick a car online first, then go to the dealership. you get a special, large coin to put in the machine, and it pushes out your car! you can either test drive it, or buy it on the spot. just help yourselves guys! a surveillance camera caught these three burglary suspects helping themselves to some food in the refrigerator of the san jose house they just ransacked... police say they got away with some valuables, and apparently, a full belly. one of them was arrested, the other two are still on the loose. the baby koala that stole the hearts of countless you-tube viewers turns one this weekend. imogen posed for cameras in her first photo shoot when she was just ten- months-old.... imogen lives at symbio wildlife park in new south wales, australia. for take a
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potatoes, potatoes, and more potatoes..... one organization continued its now-annual tradition, packing cars by the bag-full. and some brave souls are diving into cold water for a good cause. good morning from
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history, and fans are turning their sights to a championship game. and history is made on the mat! wrestling fans pack kinnick for grapple on the gridiron. and, an old cedar rapids building is getting a new look, and new life. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 saturday morning news. but first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the
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morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will become likely overnight and into monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through early wednesday. the first half of the week our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts! thanks britley. the 20-15 iowa hawkeye football team is now part of university of iowa history. they are undefeated, at 10-and-0. that's ten straight wins for the first time in the school's history. iowa played a close-scoring game against the university of minnesota saturday
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night. the beat down the badgers by only five points, with a final score of 40-35. the historic win lit up kinnick stadium and iowa city. fans now turning their attention to the possibility of making the big ten championship. the u-i football team wasn't the only historic sporting event in kinnick this weekend. earlier in the day, hawkeye wrestlers took to the mats in the record- setting grapple on the gridiron. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy met fans who traveled from states away to see the spectacle. 03:25:26 one please. tickets.. 03:25:40 three tickets. to make wrestling history. 03:25:55 here you go, enjoy. a record breaking 42- thousand fans filling kinnick stadium. crowd cheering some..
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driving hundreds of miles.. think it's cool to be here." to see this wrestling we're going to be in the guiness book of world records right?" richard gunderson traveled further than most. station in greenland. we had saw on the news they were going to do this, or on a website. so i got the satellite phone and i called my good friend jeff and said, we gotta do this when i get back." an excitement some parents wanted to share. 03:41:35 "we wanted to give our son a chance to see a wrestling meet for the first time. he's been to kinnick before but it's a neat opportunity." but this and a sold out nighttime football game can makf long day. :: "i don't think he'll ke it through it, ' tch the otball gamer me." t for these fans03:45:3"we're going to try not sst." a pacd day at kinnick ise they can't miss. :35:56 "yeah, we've been re since eight. e beer willeep you going." ia city, sm, tv9 news.
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warmth to kids at the u-i hospitals and clinics pediatric oncology unit. lois ludvigson has led the group "in god's arms" since 2009. they work with donated quilting materials. this weekend, they laid out about 100 handmade quilts at holy trinity lutheran church in her group just wants the quilts to be used and loved. warm, fuzzy feeling. we've gotten thank you notes from parents and from kids. we've gotten some pictures of the kids with their quilts. we don't expect that, but it's a good feeling when we see it." ludvigson says her group will deliver the quilts this week. an old building on the banks of the cedar river is getting a facelift. the mott building is being restored and turned in the mott lofts. on saturday, the developers opened the building up for public tours. they hope to have the 16
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so rental units ready by spring next year. the project manager says the building has two big feel, and easy access to downtown. "27:57-:10 "it is definitely a cool vibe from downtown. the park next door, which adds a lot of nice green space for people living in this area, to where you're not having to jump in the car and drive to a different part of town. " from 700 to 1,000 square feet. kitchens across eastern iowa are stuffed with spuds this morning. in dubuque, 42-thousand potatoes fell into the drop". center grove united methodist church worked with the church of the nativity to distribute full bags to cars that lined up. the church collected the potatoes through the society of st. andrew's "potato and produce" project. be normally be thrown away by companies for not meeting the
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'standard size." last year, the church had many potatoes left over. but this year they ran out within a half hour of the start time. "this year we have so many more ; they've heard-- they've heard about it and i've gotten phone calls at home saying 'call donna she knows all about potatoes' and our organization can get them for people and organizations that are packing food bags for the needy." this is the event's second year and the church intends to continue the tradition. also in dubuque, several teams competed to raise money for the iowa special olympics. they dressed in their best costumes and ran down a cement ramp to plunge into the cold water in front of a crowd. two sheriffs deputies from dubuque county - and an experienced diver - made sure everyone made it in and out of the water safely. every year the dubuque law enforcement center surprises friends and family with their costumes, and
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"this year the clue was "as seen on tv so they really had no idea what they were looking at or what to expect but now they got kernel sanders, progressive flo, the dumb asterisk, there's flo stopping to see us and wendy from wendy's restaurant." "it's fun; you're not in there that long and there's safety precautions they all take so it's an awesome feeling and knowing that you're helping out the challenged it's a great feeling." the team that raised the most donations the team that raised the most donations won. all together, the polar plungers raised more than 23-thousand dollars.
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meteorologist britley ritz joins
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us now with your weather wise question. high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will become likely overnight and into monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through early wednesday. the
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our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts! high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will become likely overnight and into
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monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through early wednesday. the first half of the week our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer weather while it lasts! thanks britley.
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coming up, democratic presidential candidates field questions on international security, in light of the recent terror attacks in paris. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9.
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symbolize peace and support for france. mourning at paris, after terrorists attacked the city friday night. isis has claimed responsibility. now taking steps to better defend themselves against terror threats. 352 people, in addition to the 129 killed. france's president, francois hollande , raised the nation's security to its highest level, and called the attacks "an act of war." u-s officials are looking into any possible
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terror threats here at home. right now, they say there are no credible threats. but that hasn't stopped big events like n-f-l games from adding extra security. u-s secretary john kerry is promising to stand with france. "i want to make sure that it is absolutely crystal clear that the united states stands with france and the rest of the world in our resolve to eliminate the scourge and violent extremists groups from the face of the earth. " u-s allies in israel say they are also joining france to fight back against isis. the paris attacks are topping the agenda for president obama at the g-20 summit in turkey. the two-day meeting brings together the world's 20 largest economies to focus on trade issues. today, president obama met with the country's president, tayyip erdogan. democratic presidential candidates addressed paris and foreign relations during their second debate in des moines. bernie sanders argued countries in the middle
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east should get more involved in the fight against isis. hillary clinton called his comments unfair, saying countries like jordan have put a lot on the line. martin o' malley disagreed with clinton, saying the middle east needs to be involved. all of the candidates agreed isis needs to be stopped. presidential candidate "this election is not just about electing a president, it's also about choosing our next commander-in- chief. presidential candidate "together, leading the world, this country will rid the planet of this barbarous organization called isis. presidential candidate "my heart goes out to the people of france in this moment of loss."" " the debate saturday night was intended to focus on the economy, but the attacks overseas changed the moderators' questions. former faculty at the university of missouri are addressing racism they experienced on the college's campus. they are supporting protests on campus, holding the university accountable for stopping
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racism. the m-u former faculty of color said in a statement, that the environment at mizzou is full of racism. nine former employees signed that statement, and said they also felt uncomfortable on campus. they say the lack of minority faculty adds to the university's racism problem. the homicide rate in baltimore continues to rise this year, after the death of freddie gray. in may, he died in police custody. baltimore has recorded its 300th homicide this year. this is the first time the city has reached that number, since 1999. there were 211 homicides there last year. four people are still in critical condition after a double-decker bus crashed in san francisco on friday. officials say the bus driver was driving recklessly and out of control. he hit several people on sidewalks in union square. a hospital spokesman says the victims have severe facial and head injuries, as well as internal injuries. a landslide has buried a chinese village in mud and rock. officials say at
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people are dead. on friday night, the landslide buried nearly province. this is in eastern china. rescuers found one survivor among the debris. they say that person is in stable condition. we'll take another look at your first alert forecast, next. stay with tv9. new this morning, a plan to
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medicaid includes cuts to reimbursemen ts for organizations helping people with disabilities. some care providers say the the loss of money is enough to force smaller organizations to close and leave people without services. a creston mental health center in creston expects to lose $150- thousand dollars. and a non profit in burlington faces losing $168 thousand dollars. the d-h-s says the new pay structure simplifies reimbursements, and isn't intended to cut payments. our other top stories... back to our top stories.... democratic presidential candidates talked about fighting isis at the democratic debate in des moines. the debate focused heavily on foreign relations, after terrorists attacked paris, killing at least 129 people. the debate originally focused on the economy. and the iowa hawkeye football team is now 10- and-o. that's for the first time ever in u-i history. iowa beat the minnesota gophers yesterday night 40-to-35. now, a final look at the
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high temperatures today will be similar to yesterday, topping out into the low 60s for some. we'll see more sunshine in the morning hours. throughout the afternoon more clouds build back in as our next system moves closer. rain chances will become likely overnight and into monday morning. currently it looks as though rain will be likely through early wednesday. the first half of the week our temperatures will remain in the 50s, but will drop into the 40s late week. as temperatures drop and our next system moves in, we could see snowflakes mixing in with rain on friday. have a great sunday and enjoy the warmer it lasts! thanks for joining us this saturday morning. be sure to watch kcrg- tv9
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good morning, america. paris, the moment of attack. new video overnight showing when that massacre began in the concert hall. band members were the first to see those shooters storm the theater. we talk to two survivors who crawled through the carnage to save their lives.
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