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speaking at a town hall meetitig at the iversity of iowa kirkwood center. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is at the event. forrest, what is cruz telling voters today? wiwi the iowa caucuses n n about two months away, you might wonder where the race stands for iowa voters -- both democrats and republicans. on our [ebsite, kcrg dototom, there's a long and detailed look at the 16 candidates from both parties, with analysis from u-i political science professor tim hagle. that's online now... at kcrg " " with the iowa caucuses now about
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you might wonder where the race stands for i ia voters -- both democrats and republicans. on our website, kcrg dot com, there's a long and detailed look at the 16 candidates from both parties, with analysis from u-i political science professor tim hagle. that's online now... at kcrg republican presidential candidate john kasich was also set to talk to college students in eastern iowa today. the ohio governor was scheduled to speak at coe collge in cedar rapids at 10 this morning, but his campaign cancelled that event. kasich is still scheduled to speak at iowa state university in ames later today. with the iowa caucuses now about two months away, you might wonder where the race stands for iowa voters -- both democrats and republicans. on our website, kcrg dot com, there's a long and detailed look at the 16 candidates from both parties, with analysis from u-i political scienccprofessor tim hagle. that's online now... at kcrg dot com.
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first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecastst justin... periods of rain will continue for the rest of the day. while a wintry mix is possible in our far northwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temperatureare going to be pretty steady in the middle 30s until late tonight, thth fall closer to 30, changing the light rain over to light snow. winds pick up tomorrow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow into wednesday. our temperatures warm as the week ends.today: rain likely, mix northwest high: 34-40 winds: e 5-15 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 38
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candidates running for iowa representativ e kraig paulsen's seat. paulsen is the current speaker of the iowa house and announced he is not seeking re-election. former tv-9 morning anchor and reporter ashlhl hinson has announced she is running for his seat as the republican candidate. hinson says she wants to lead the charge in working with all lawmakers on tough issues. her opponent is cedar rapids attorney mark seidl. hhsays his top priorities are to create good jobs by working with entrepreneurs and small businesses and expand leadership in renewable energy.` voters in waterloo will pick a new mayor anancity council member in a runoff election tomorrow. councilman quentin hart and former mayor tim hurley are both running for the mayor's seat. one will replace mayor buck clark, who did not seek a 4th term. hart and hurley were the two highest vote- getters in the november 3rd municipal election. neither got the majority of votes cast, which
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prompted the runoff this week. voters in the 4th ward will also determine their city council representative in a runoff. they'll choose between jerome amos jr. and chris schwartz. quentin hart currently represents the 4th ward. the outgoing mayor of cedar falls is endorsing his challenger in tomorrow's run-off election. on november third, mayor jon crews received 35 percent of the votes in a three man race. businessman jim brown received 45 percent of the votes. neither candidate got the necessary 50 percent to secure the position. after the election, crews announced plans to step down from the position, but his name will still be on the run-off ballot. crews says people should vote for brown on december first, calling him an excellent candidatatwho will lead the cici for years to come. the debebe over speed cameras on interstate 380 will go to court this spring. the suit is between the city of cedar rapids and the iowa department of transportation. ttre are several camemes on the
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curve. the city already appealed a d-o-t decision to take down 2 sets of cameras and move 2 others. the city says they are in place because of safety reasons. but the iowa d-o-t argues they are simply a cash-grab. "i think it's a basic flaw in the premises that the city believes that increasing citations will change driver behavior, and condition drivers to being more safe. i think the opposite has occurred." " the director of traffic and safety saysshe cameras are all about safety, and increasing public trust in the government. during the court process, you will still have to pay for citations issued by these cameras. in the entire nation, iowa is the e ly statatwith permanent traffic cameras. two people are dead and another is in the hospital this midday, after a crash in lee county. one car was heading south in the northbound lanes near thth31-hundred block of highway 27 around 9 o'clock last night. that's when it hit another car going north, causing two oers to crash
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authorities have not released the namam of the people who died. today is cyber monday, another retail holiday that promises big deals for holiday shoppers. online shopping is the focus today. but shoppers already scoureded the internet for deals this past weekend. on black friday, in- store sales fell more than a billion dollars from a year ago. americans spent nearly 3 billion dollars online. that's up 14 percent over last year. and industry experts predict they'll spend even more today. shoppers say it's often easier to buy online. "black friday i i't as attractive as it used to be. as we doore shopping from our computers and mobile devices, retailers are matching black friday deals online. right now, the ceer rapids parks and recreation department is cutting
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and transporting the city's christmas tree on may's island. the anderson family is donating the 35-foot cocorado spruce. workersrsill string the lights on the tree today, but won't turn them on just yet. the tree lighting will be on december 4th at 5:30 p-m. this is video from last year's transport. thanksgiving i ifinally over. but now millions of americans have to decide when to safely eat or throw out their leftovers. meteorologist justin gehrts
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periods of rain will connue for the re of
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northwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temperatures are going to be pretty steady in the middle 30s until late tonight, then fall closer to 30, changing the light rain over to light snow. winds pick up tomorrow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow into wednesday. our temperatures warm as the week ends.today: rain likely, mix northwest high: 34-40 winds: e 5-15 alo: 36 dbq: 37
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rain/snow low: 27-33 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 31 iow: 32tomorrow: windy, scattered flurries high: 32-38 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 34 dbq:: 35 iow: 37tomorroro night: chance of flurries low: 25-31 winds: w 10-20 alo: 27 dbq: 27 iow: 30wednesday: cloudy, scattered flurries high: 36 - low: 28 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 37 - low: 25 friday: mostly sunny high: 45 - low: 28 saturday: partly cloudy high: 46 - low: 30 sunday:
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high: 44 - low:w:1 monday: chance of rain/snow high: 42 - low: 30 thanks justin. periods of rain will continue for the rest of the day. while ad& wintry mix is possible in our far northwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temperatures are going to be pretty steady in the middle 30s until late tovight, then fall closer to 30, changing the light rain n er to light snono winds pick up tomorrow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow thanksgiving dinner has come
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but arguably the best p pt - the leftotors - remain. a-b-c's doctor timothy johnson explains how we can safely pack it all away. the relatives have come and gone, but turkey? mashed potatats? cranberry sauce? even a sliver of the pumpkin pie remain. a thanksgiving tradition - a fridge full of leftovers! tasty? but instead of an invitation to re-live the joys of the big meal, it could be an invitation to food poisoning if you're not careful. here's what you need to know - with thanks to the u-s-d-a. first make sure that food was properly cooked i ithe first place - anybody get sick from yesterday's meal? were those leftovers refigerated within two hours of cooling? check, and when in doubt? throw it out. next, were those goodies properly stored? that means dividing them into smalll containers, and making sure they have remained covered in either airtight packaging or storage containers. if you've put food in the
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freezer, thaw the leftovers before reheating. and eat those leftovers within four days - yes, by monday. thanksgiving food should not be enjoyed too far into the christmas shopping season. simple tips? to get you a leftovov feast, not leftover bacteria. with this medical minute i'm dr. timothy johnson. the harvest is over and winter is on the way. that means iowa farmers are preparing for the next planting season. we'll revisit this year's highs and lows in our
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welcome to the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. this year turned out to be one of the biggest production years for iowa ever. but like every year, there were highs
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and lows for farmers. in carlisle, david geiger with the agribusineses report followedd farmer corey goodhue from planting to harvest. march 17 goodhue says, "you spend all your money and you have no idea whgt you'll raise with the weather. because at the end of the day, weather's really what drives your productivity. we try and drive, especially nitrogen, because soil's a horrible place to store nitrogen. so that starts with what we do pre-plant. this machine that's behind us, we use to apply our nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium. so we have nitrogen from ammonia, and we use as small amount from ammonia as our pre- plant. and we stabilize it with nserve. you never want to put all your nitrogen in one spot at one time. just too much risk." april 15 goodhue says, "managing that weather risk this time of year is important. but yeah, it's that balance between getting theheost growing degree units, and not planting too early that you lose it. right now conditions are gorgeous, but it's been all over the board. i would say this is an early spring,
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the conditions look real good. so, it can go both ways. you never know what next week will bring for weather." june 29 goodhue says, "in a two day span, we got, four inches of rain, but everyone upstream of us, we were seeing reports of anywhere from six to eight inches. and that just all has to come downstream. all this water is bottlenecked by redrock. so, redrock has to protect ottumwa and everyone downstream. well, i think the worst thing is when you have a field of corn that's six, seven foot tall. we'll probably lose it because the water won't be off of it in time. and so, we have a tremendous investment ready here. you know, we've basically put all of our money into it and now most of the crop wont make it. it's like a small business that opens, and has all the inventory and it never sells and they can't get rid of the inventory august 11 goodhue says, "the beans behind us were probably planted the 20th of july. right now we need to cover the ground as a
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you know, a crop is your least expensive wee control as well as the hope that you'll raise something. the cost of putting in this late crop is usually pretty low. it makes a season drag on, you know like today we worked on getting the stuff ready for harvest, but now we're out trying to spray six-inch h ll beans that were planted a few weeks ago." september 30 goodhue says, "we've had an awesome august and july for growing lte planted beans. very consistent rainfafa, even ththugh september we've had real nice, consistent rainfall. and it's late rains that make late soybeans. and the original planted beans, the ones that made it, just barely made it, anan so their yield wasas significantly impacted by that water damage. but anywhere where the beans are ripe, we want to get them because you'll see them dri down and shatter and hopefully the late-planted beans s ll make it, even t t first of november before we harvest them." november 2 goodhusays, "we got all of
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our normal planted crops harvested now. well, it was kind of nice to see a gamble pay off. you know, we originally were looking just for a cheap ground cover. i've been really impressed with the ground that dididt flood. with the yield we saw there. if this crop comes in as big as it has in iowa, will respond pretty negatively, and that'd be a big challenge. how can you market a crop at a loss? so, that's a big concern as we look at this last year and into next year." about six hundred acres of the goodhue farm flooded and all the late seasas beans they planted were harvested. thanks for joining us here and i hope you had a great thanksgiving. for the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. trt 4.02 oc for the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. bill gates is set to announce a new project aimed at tackling climate change. the "breakthroug h energy coalition" will
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bring together investors from all over the world. gates hopes the fund will invest billions of dollars in clean forms of energy. he will reveal details about the prect at the climate change summit in paris this week. facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg and virgin group's richard branson have already pledged their support. maestro timankewich will join
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bra tampa woman who desperately needed a new kidney found a match through an unexpected way -- an online dating app. marisela burgos explains how t t strangers - turned family - now want to help others. there are many thanksgiving blessings tonight inside the bragen house. "i didn't realize how sick i felt until after, um, i woke up and um and they put her kidney in me and it was just like i felt like my old self again."erika bragen left the hospital today after surgery in time to celebrate the holiday with r loved ones and a woman whose now a part of that. "i'm so thankful for my family of course and my friends, um, i think my kids are thankful that i pefully will be backcko normal"l"rika suffers from polycystic kidney disease. she found her kidney match, jennifer thomas, thanks to her friend, swiping right on tinder. "i feel like i have a front row seat to such just an amazing miracle" a miraclelehat's turned into aa special friendshipip "i hope that they'll keep me
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that i've gotten to meet through this whole experience. it's really changed my life". "through a tinder blind date, of all things- it was a connection, but it was a connection about hope and about saving a life".and now together they want to continue helping other people who suffer from the same disease, through team tampa p-k-d. "not only do we have today to be thankfufufor erika and all of this that's happened, but more people are waking up they want to help and that is everything i ever wanted". trt 1.29 oc i ever wanted terrorist attacks around the world have sparked controversy for muslims and people of the islamic faith. isismic leaders in easasern iowa are now speaking out. updates our temperatures coming up in your
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forecast. stay with tv9. world leaders are gathering in
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weeks after deadly terror attacks there, this time discussing climate change. protecting their faith. this is what muslims in eastern iowa are doing, after terrorism overseas has sparked fear of their religion. and a presidential candidate is jumping up in the polls and many iowans are showing support. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this i ikcrg-tv9 news at midday. security is extremely high in paris today - as leaders from around the world gather in the city of light. president obama and nearly 200 others are there for a climate change summit, but terrorism
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talking point just wewes after those d ddly isis attacks. abc's lana zak has more from washington. in france, climate change is on the agda...but terrorism is on the mind... sot - president obama "we salute the people of paris for insisting this crucial conference go on, a act of defiance that proves nothing will deter us from building the future we want for our children." interspersed among the speeches about ththenvironment, scussions continue on the growing threat of radical islamic terrorism... terrorism, that little more than 2 weeks earlier lead to the deaths of 130 people in paris. nats: "...president obama at the bataclan..." president barack obama paying tribute to all the ctims with a single white rose. nats "...protestors..." and with nearly 200 world leaders in paris so soon ter the terror attacks, the city
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all public protests are banned-- yesterday some tried to asemble in defiance. nats "...protestors/police..." police and protesters clashing. while inside the confrence, major meetings between world leaders.... including president obama and chinese president xi jiaping-- the chinese may take a greater role in the terror fight after a chinese hostage was killed by isil-- sot - president obama "it indicates the degree that this is a threat to all of our nations and i look forward to discussing how china can play a greater role in addressing this crisis, espececy upporting a political transition in syria and assisting on humanitarian needs." lana zak oncam close: ...tba... lz, abc news, washington islamic leaders in iowa city are addressing the stigma surrounding their faith. imam molhim bilal explained the islamic c ith and its purpose. he compared the definition of terrorism to the faith's beliefs of peace.
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that was to show that all of the recent terrorist acts are condemned, and not a a part of islala imam bilal says talking about the faith might help end some of the fear surrounding it. he says the quran speaks about peace, not killing people. 5:10:11-5:10:26 "the reason why we wanted to do this lecture is that the media and the islamopopbia has been increasing a lot in this country. and lots of people are scared of muslims. so we decided to do this to talk to tell people we ar ejust like you. " imam bilal says all muslims denounce the recent terrorist attacks. islam is the thirdrdost- practiced faith in america, according to a 2010 pew research survey. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast,
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periods of rain will continue for the rest of the day. while a wintry mix is possible in our far nnthwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temratures are going to be pretty steady in the middle 30s until l le tonight, then fall closer to 30, changing the light rain over to light snow. winds pick up tomoow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow into wednesday. our temperatures warm as the week ends.today: rain likely, mix northwest high: 34-40 winds: e 5-15 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 38 jury selection begins today in the trial of baltimore police officer william
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porter. he is the first of six officers to go on trial for the death of freddie gray. prosecutors y he died of injuries he suffered while he was in police custody in april. officer porter faces several charges, including involuntary manslaughter. prosecutors say he ignored ay's cries for medical help when he was in the back of a police transport vehicle. police arrested gray on a weapons charge and he suffered a severe spinal cord injury in e van. as of n n, the city has approved a 6.4 million dollar settlement for gray's family. ""the civil claim is completely unrelated to the criminal case the six officers currently face. the city's decision to settle the civil case should not be interpreted as passing any judgment on guilt or innocence of the office." " up to 8080otential jurors will be in the pool for initial questioning for the case. the university of chicago has
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and activities on its hyde park campus today, after an online threat. the f-b-i says someone posted a threat of gun violence, specifically mentioning quote "the campus quad monday morning." the school is asking a a non-medical faculty, students, and non-essential staff to not come to campus today. " i mean, i was surprised. but one becomes sort of used to this, unfortunately that it didn't sort of freak me out. i just thought 'oh, well. i ggss i'll have to cancnc office hours and whatever else i had planned " ths is the last week of regular full-time classes at the school before finals.s. the city of chicago will expand the use of body cameras on its police officers. officials plan to buy 14 hundred body cameras for six police districts. it will spend two point two million dollars on the program. one district on the northwest side has been testing 30 body cameras since january. so far, none of the officers wearing body cammas have had civilianan complaints filed against
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them. the new body cameras come after a chicago police officer shot and killed a black teenager. officer jason van dyke is appearing in court today, after video released last week showed him shooting 17-year-old laquan mcdonald several times in october 20-14. van dyke's attorney maintains he was justified in the shooting, because mcdonald was armed witit a knife--and that van dyke feared for his life. mcdonald's family lawyer described that explanation as "ridiculous." "you cannot justify..... first degree murder in my opinion " the dash cam video of the shooting sparked mass protests throughout chicago this past weekend. protestors and civil rights leaders like revererd jesse jackson have called for the city's mayor, police commissioner, and prosecutor
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the man suspected of shooting and killing 3 people at a planned parenthood in colorado will make his fifit court appearance day. police say 57-year-old robert lewis dear was shooting at people outside a planned parenthood in colorado springs on friday. jennifer markovsky and ke'arre arcell stewart and university of colorado police officer garrett swasey died. 9 others were injured during the shooting spree. law enfcement says s ar admitted to having anti-abortion views, but they have not determined a motive. colorado springs mayo says unless there's a threabeforehand preventing shootings like thahaare tough to prevent. " "it's very difficult for law enforcement to deal with individuals like this who don't commit serious crimes and get themselvesesn the radar that way." " officials say dear has a history of domestic assault accusations but no charges were
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ever filed by his wife. after the shooting, democratic presidentiti candidates have not left the issue of gun control alone. this weekend all three candidates attended a party dinner in new hampshire. current front-runner hillary clinton insisted there should d mororgun regulations. " how many more americans need to die before we take action? common sense steps like comprehensive background checks, closing the loopholes that let guns fall into the wrong hands, even people on the terrorist watch list. " vo cont candidate bernie sanders defended o' malley addressed domestic terrorism. on the rise of increasing poll numbers, republican presidential candidate ted cruz, is in iowa to campaig cruz gave about 20 minute speech to a packed room at the kirkwood center at the university of iowa. his remarks this morning focused on repealing the affoable care act. also o
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flat tax and abolishing the irs. cruz said every american should be able to fill o a tax return on the back of a postcard. after, w wn taking questions, cruz spoke about syrian refugees. he said allowing thousands of them inside american boarders would be quote "lunacy" with regards to national security. ""if yoyolook at the refugee waves streaming into europe, why is it those refugees are 77 percent young males, that is a very odd demographic." " cruz also talked about defendinin the second amendment. as well as what he sees are economic failures for the obama administraaon , likening it to the carter administration. he said americans are ready for another "reagan revolution." another republican candidate, john kasich, is also in eastern iowa. the ohio governor was supposed to be speaking at coe college in cedar rapids at 10 this morning. but the weather caused a-c-t and the iowa
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association of independent colleges and universities to cancel. kasich is expected in ames later today to speak at iowa state university. and a recent snowstorm slowed - but didn't stop - one organization's efforts to re-settle burmese
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meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. periods of rain will continue for the rest of the day. while a wintry mix is possible in our far northwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temperatures are going to be pretty steady in the middle 30s until late tonight, then fall closer to 30, changing ththlight rain over to light snow. winds pick up tomorrow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow into wednesday. our temperatures warm as the week ends.today: rain likely, mix northwest high: 34-40 winds: e 5-15 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 3838night: light rain/snow low: 27-33 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 31 iow: 32tomorrow: windy,
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scattered flurries high: 32-38 winds: sw 15-25 alo: 34 dbq: 35 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of flurries low: 25-31 winds: w 10-20 alo: 27 dbq: 27 iow: 30wednesdayay cloudy, scattered flurries high: 36 - low: 28 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 37 - low: 25 friday: mostly sunny high: 45 - low: 28 saturday: partly cloudy high: 46 - low: 30 sunday: partly cloudy high: 44 - low: 31 monday: chance of rain/snow high: 42 - low: 30 welcome back. this morning we have maestro tim hankewich, with
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iowa. tim, thanks for being here. tell us about some of your upcoming hololay events. this is a busy time of year for you. tim, thanks for
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snow storms last week left a bit of a mess on eastern snow storms last week left a bit of a mess on eastern iowowroads... but it also forced many local organizations
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one group of volunteers with an important mission in the cedar valley.
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iowa roads.... but it also canceled many community events. one of those events was family volunteer day forr national day of service. the storms postponed it u uil this saturday. in this week's show you care spotlight, kcrg tv-9's chris earl looks at how organizers aim to help people new to waterloo. " 9:05 some of these are packs that we've done in the past... " all of the work that went into family volunteer day in the cedar valley is phed back two weeks -- but with a renewed push for volunteers to show up here, on east 4th street this
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upcoming saturday, december 5... from 9 to 11:30. " in some way, shape or form, we've been doing something for activities but not in the same capacity as joining forces th this national dadaof service..." this "day" was back on november 21 but lauren finke of the cedar valley volunteer center is hoping that more people - more families - will take a few hours. especially to help the newest residents of waterloo and cedar fls. in r rent years, we've fololw the emerging population of those of burmese descent -- escaping religious prosecution in asia and, amid the journey from their homelands, settling here in eastern iowa. at least 1,200 people of this heritage now call blblk hawk county home. "we thought this was the best way to start bridging that gap and to start with some of the newcomers that are joining the cedar valley community because, maybe they dopn't know a lot about service and what it looks like here in america and this is just a good way to make that happen." these are pictures of some of the previous family volunteer day events in the cedar valley -- held at orange elementary school and providing the opportunity fofo "family time" - in a constructive manner. finke said, for saturday's
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event, help from the waterloo community school district plays a role. " they help us translate our fliers... " so that the families who may have lived here for generations can share what they can with the families who have lived here for maybe just a few months. stick with us, wll be back with top stories and a
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republican presidential candidate ted cruz is in eastern iowa today. he's speaking to college students at the university of iowa's kirkwood center in coralville. in a latest quinnipiac poll, cruz is in second place at 23 percent just behind front-runner donald trump. the race for iowa representative kraig paulsen's seat is on. paulsen is the current
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speaker of the iowa house and announced he is not seeking re-election. former tv-9 morning anchor and reporter ashley hinson has announced she is running for his seat as the republican candidate. her opponent is cedar rapids attorney mark seidl. the outgoioi mayor of cedar falls is endorsing his challenger in tomorrow's run-off election. on november third, mayor jon crews received 35 percent of the votes in a three man race. businessman jim brown received 45 percent of the votes. neither candidate got the necessary 50 percent to secure the position. crews name will still be on the run-off ballot, but he says people should vote for brown tomorrow. now, one last lookokt this morning's weather, justin. periods of raiai will continue for the rest of the day. while a wintry mix is possible in our far northwestern towns around charles city, any snow or ice accumulation will be very minor. temperatures are going to be pretty steady in the middle e s until late tonightht
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then fall closer to 30, changing the light rain over to light snow. winds pick up tomorrow as highs stay in the 30s. we'll deal with scattered flurries tomorrow into wednesday. our temperatures
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