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police in california say two suspects that killed 14 people have a connection to the facility they attacked. the iowa hawkeyes are heading to indianapolis for the big 10 championship. and iowa city is getting behind their team. one woman doesn't have to take the bus anymore after a special surprise. good thursday morning! its 5 o'clock on december 3rd. re is a look at our live city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kajaj. plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clouds will dissipate from west to east, leaving the entire a aa sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river
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warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s onaturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll stiti remain in the 40s. the exteteed forecast screams el nino, , aving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29 thanks kaj. new this morning - we have the names of the suspects who died after shooting and killing 14 people in san bernardino, california. the two suspects died in a gun battle with police yesterday eveningngit came hours after authorities say the suspects burst into a holiday party at a center for ople with developmental disabilities. 14 people were killed and 17 others were injured.
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two suspects as 28-year-old syed farook and 27-year- old tashfeen malik. they were in a relationship, or husband and wife. the police chief says public health department. "he was at the party, he did leave the party early under some circumstances that were described as nature, that is the information we were following up on when we encountered him back near this residence in redlands " the suspects left their baby with family wednesday morning and never returned. police in three cities in eastern iowa are investigating gunshots that happpped all within a fee hours of each other. within a six hour time span, police responded to reports of gunfire in cedar rapids, dubuque, and waterloo late tuesday night. some only caused property damage, and there was at least one person hurt. about eight o'clock tuesday night - there was a shooting in the 16 hundred block of b
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they didn't find any victims there, but they did find a vehicle with bullet holes. a 19 year old man showed up at st. luke's hospital with he's expected to be okay. dubuque police found shell casings and some property damage at a house at 611 people were inside, but no one was hurt. and around 1:45 yesterday morning, waterloo police responded to two reports of gunfire. officers found shell casings in both the 11 hundred block of west mullen and the 500 block of elm street. no one was hurt. police haven't arrested anyone and ask you to call them with any information. one person has died after a two car crash on an icy road in black hawk county. it happened around 5:30 yesterday morning on east dunkerton road near north raymond road. authorities say one vehicle crossedhe center line and hit the other vehicle head on. one driver died at the
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released the name of the person who died nor the condition of the other driver. when you see news, call newsline nine at 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and newstips to newsroom at kcrg dot com. the hawkeye football team is two days away from its big game against miigan state. the hawks will beben indiaiapolis to compete for the big ten championship and a chance to go to 13-and-0 on saturday. kcrg tv nine's mark carlson reports on how hawkeye hype is hitting a high note in johnson coconty. business is booming at sheels at the coral ridge mall -- at 12-and-0 everyone seems to be a hawkeye fan. "iowa is our pro team here, everyone like the hawks, andd when they win people like to buy things. " and buy things they have... the challenge for employees and retailers across the area -- keeping things in stock. like these new undefeated 12-and-0 shirts the new big ten chahaionship me shirts that just hit the selves. "we've been ordering pretty much every day to get new stuff in, refill the stuff that we've been selling out of, pre-booking
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when they win the bowl game. " meanwhile signs like this one outside herky's locker room on the coralville strip are common all over town. hotels, restaurants and pretty much everyone is showing supuprt for the hawks. it goes back to being part of the community and really supporting the team and what they have accomplished this year." perhaps the biggest show of support pops up every sunday night at the coralville marriott -- where ememoyees light the building to proudly display the football team's record. "they've been able to diagram the outside of the building kind of map out which lights need to go on and off, sunday is a slower night so we've been able to put it up every sunday, sometimes we've needed some customers cooperation to either keep their black-outs closed or open up their blinds." now the question on seemingly everyones mind -- will there be a big 13 and 0 come this sunday night. in johnson county, mark carlson, kcrg tv nine news. for people not traveling to the
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it this saturday on fox. kick-off from indianapolis is at 7:17 p-m. the university of northern iowa needs a new athletic director this morning. troy dannen will be the a-d at tulane university in new orleans. last year, the national association of collegiate directors of athletics named dannen as the under armour a-d of the year. u-n-i will name an interim a-d while it searches s r a new one. dannen's last day at u-n-i will be december 31st. undergrad students at the university of iowa will pay more for tuition next fall. yesterday, the board of regents approved a three percent increase. in september, the regents raised undergraduat e tuition for the upcoming spring semester. but that three percent increas only applied t iowa stste and northern iowa. for full time undergrads. students at the university of iowa were exempt from that increase. students at iowa are somewhat used to asn't raised
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one student who has benefited from those freezes says he doesn't see future increases as that big of a deal. "i think three percent or 100 dollars added to tuition here is really negligible compared to the price, so i don't think it will affect people too much, so i don't see it being a big problem. " there could be additional increases depending on the amount of funding the legislature gives the universities. one woman from linn county is extra thankful for a big gift this morning. crying with applause lucinda alexander learned several area companies chose e r as the winner of a new van last night. marion tire, deery brothers and hyvee joined the salvation army to give away the vehicle as part of a program called miles of smiles. the program narrows down nominations it receives from community members. then, a selection
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" i am excited, i am thankful, and grateful for someone to select my family. " this is the fourth year for the miles of smiles giveaway. alexander s ss she looking forward to driving it around with her family. we're partnering with the heritage area agency on aging again this ye for the fill the plate telethon. it raises funds provide healthy memes to senior citizenenhere in eastern iowa. the telethon is this sunday night, starting at 5:30. you can watch it live on kcrg 9-point-2. cedar rapids police d ds now hhe an official placee to permanently rest if they die in the line of duty. one police officer says it's becoming more common to honor four-legged coworkers. pollllion has been high in the populated cities in n ina but after a recent spike in smog, some fear it will
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in the8-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the e ver valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a d dent weekend as well with highghwell into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, t we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day! today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow:w:5tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44
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night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29 thanks kaj. plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clouds will dissipate from west to east, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not s sner. plan on highs t tbe in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given arm water for this t te of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler tempererures, but
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40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. h!ve a great day! cedd rapids police depararent police dogs now have their own memorial at a park that honors fallen officers. yesterday, police
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dedication event at sumner park. police say other departments are also starting to honor the service of police dogs, who are trained to detect drugs or bomb- making materials. "this is becoming more a more common. the state of iowa is actually going to starara police k-9 memerial in des moines" donations have helped provide all policdogs for the department since 1975. the environmental protection agency might take away approval for a herbicide that's been in use for a year. in today's agribusiness report, the company that developed it is confident nothing is wrong. but righthtow, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---. good morning this is the
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says it will revoke approvaof the nlist duo herbicide by dow agroscieiees. the e-p-a says it's received new information on the herbicide and thinks it's more harmful.. the product was only approved a year ago.. and has a cooination of glyphosate and 2, 4-d.. and iowa was one of the states it was appoved to use in.. however.. in a statement.. the dow chemical company says it is confident the herbicide will be reappoved for next year.. they believe the questions raised can be resolved in a few months. dow says it is still preparing for commercial sales in 20-16. ---- the e-p-a is also standing by its final renewable fuel mandate... in a statement it says despite arguments from the oil and ethanol lobby.. advertising had little to no impactn the final decision.. they say administrator gina mccarthy made the decision based on the law, the science and public comments.. ---- lawmakers are using the highway bill to get rid of cuts to crop insurance.. nearly three billion
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set to be removed from a two-year budget agreement passed a month ago.. house ag chair mike conaway commended house speaker paul ryan and majority leader kevin mccarthy for fixing the cuts. those three billion dollars will be replaced by a federal reserve dividend cut for the banking industry.. conaway maintains cuts would not come from ag ograms.. if the highghy funding bill is passed it would be the first in a decade to last longer than two years.. it provides three hundred billion dollars of funding for highways, bridges, and transit. ---- the cattle markets are still looking volatile.. in the grain markets.. bearish news from last week.. turned out to be.. not so bad.. at least for beans.. they've seen a big rally this week.. "the main ory is the soybeans. we're actually up 40 cents off the lows. the argentinian election turned out to not be bearish. because..." "...essentially the sales that were coming out of the reduction of the tariff were already built into the market. throw on top of that the epa announcement on the biofuel mandates and it's
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biodeisel use. you've seen a bi of a pick up in s s oil. so put those two together and we have a nice little rally going on in the beans." "triple digit moves up and down every day. the big problem today is we're still several dolllls above the cash market from last week. that is, the december board is. the december cattle actions expire on friday, then we go into deliveries the market needs to start reflecting the cash market. the market's trying to get a little closer to cash. till cash proves that it wants to go up." "we'veot a pretty bottoming action there. the slaughter runs typically top out the week after thanksgiving. you have a dip during thanksgiving and usually one more week of bigger numbers and then they start to slow down. ihink that's what the market's been waiting on. some evidence that we're reducing the supply." ---- the enrollment period for the federal conservation reserve&program is open.. thihiis its 30th anniversrsy and
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point two million acres are enrolled in the program. u-s-d-a says c-r-p is also protecting another one hundred 70 tusand stream miles with forest and buffers.. more than one and a half million acres of c-r-p are set to expire next year.. the enrollment period ends in february. ---- and that's all we have for the agrgrusiness report.. i hope you join us again tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.40 oc webtease the league of conservation voters is hosting a town hall in iowa city. it will lead a discussion on the nutrient reduction strategy. the group saysowa's legislative leaders should do more to protect iowa's watershed. that will be at the environmental education center in iowa city at 7 o'clock tonight. people in beijing can breath a little easier after suffering through increased pollution this week. but this heavy smog g y not really go away without drastic change. more on that
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plan on a quiet thursday, with
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quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clouds will dissipate e om west to east, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this timef year. lan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. t extended forecast screams el nino, leaving g s mainlylydry and mild. have a
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day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 win: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbdb 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 ii: 29 people in beijing who suffered through historically high levels of air pollution this week are now breathing a little easier. but as cnn's matt rivers reports, blue skies won't be the norm without big changes.
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breathing painful. it stings your eyes, it fills your nose..you can taste it. this is beijing.wher e air pollution this week reached dangerous levels. beijing pollution raw underneath these apocalyptic-looking skies, the pollution exacts a human cost. schoolchildre n were forced to stay inside during the day, but state media still reported a spike in respiratory infections. "i brought my son to the doctor's because he's been coughing very badly. the air is so bad you can barely see other people on the street."the long-term effects on the population here including children are staggering. a recent study from the university of california said there are about 4000 premature deaths each day in china from air pollution. breathing in these toxic particles can contribute to everything from cardiac disease to lung cancer. "many families keep piles like
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homes in the winter. it's a major pollutant but it is cheap and it is efficient, and because of that, it accounts for between 60 and 70 percent of china's energy supply."coal helps power cities across the country, like here in baoding. as bad as beijing's air is, baoding's is worse. the day cnn was there, air quality was nearly 40 times worse than un guidelines. the chinese government says its emissions will peak in 2030, and companies here invested over 80 billion dollars in renewable energy last year. for many, it's not enough. "i don't think anything will change or that the government has made any progress."so for now at least, the reality of life in northern china involves coping with a toxic haze. matt rivers, cnn, beijing. trt oc dubuque school leaders have to put a new pool project on hold.
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the state might not give them enough money to complete construction. many iowans using medicaid are still confused about what privatizing the system means for them. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. new details. we have new information this morning about the suspects involved in the mass shooting in san bernadino, california. devastating loss. the family that lost thousands of pigs in a fire near wellman have to figure out what's next for the business. an historic election. the winner of waterloo's mayoral race sits down with tv-9 to talk about his
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you're looking live at on the citycam this morning. a quiet and warmer day ahead. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clouds will dissipate from west to east, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29
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we have new information this morning out of california after a shooting rampage killed 14 people. two suspected shooters are dead and authorities have now identified them. abc's lauren lyster is in san bernadino this morning - with the latest. "?police sirens?" it ended much as it began - with a barrage of gunfire? captured on this cell phone video. nats - they're shooting at my house right now. four hours of terror in san an office building killing 14 people. the final confrontatio n - on a neighborhood street lined with houses. a dark s-u-v riddled with shot down just feet away. another dead inside. sot - chief jarrod
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police department we are reasonably confident at this point that we have two shooters, and we have two dead suspects. both suspects were armed with what was a 223 assault rifle the brother-in-law of one of them speaking out. sot - farhan khan / suspect's brother-in- law "why would he do something like this? i have absolutely no idea. i am in shock myself." law enforcement tracked down the suspects just two miles from the initial attack? at the inland regional center. nats - "?ambulance sirens?" nats - "multiple shots that were fired, we're getting a suspect last seen wearing a black ski mask, all black clothing, carrying a shotgun." sot - juan hernandez / witness "kinda sounded like a shooting range?" those working there including the wounded, phoned their families. sot - kathy hotetz / denise peraza's sister "she was shot and she was scared and she said, i just want to tell you that i love you." sot - sister "she called us from inside the hospital.. but she is doing better. she's okay. she is alive." investigators say the shooters targeted a workshop and training event inside the center. last night the building was still an active crime scene after a bomb squad
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devices. lauren lyster close: the group holding that meeting - was the san bernardino county public health department. farook was an environmental specialist for the county and had worked there five years. lauren lyster, abc news, san bernardino, california. this morning, a south african appeals court convicted oscar pistorius of murder. it overturned a lower court's conviction for the double- amputee olympian. he was previously convicted on a lesser charge of manslaughter for shooting his girlfriend in 2013. west liberty police are searching for a man who may have tried to abduct an 11- year old. a boy told police he was walking near 4th and columbus streets around 5-15 last night. that's when a white van pulled up to the curb and a man told the boy to get in. but the boy ran to a friend's home nearby. police say the suspect is a white man in his late 30s and is balding with a dark short beard. if you have any information, call west liberty police at 319-627-2223. a family that owns a hog confinement building is trying to figure out what to do after a fire
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firefighters arrived at brenneman pork near wellman around 9:45 tuesday night. the fire had already burned much of the building, and there wasn't much they could do. firefighters couldn't salvage anything from the building. they were back there yesterday morning when the fire rekindled. the family says it's a devastating loss. "raising pigs and farming is something that we're passionate about, and raising our family on the farm, but l'm certainly hoping that we will be able to rebuild eventually, and have a place where our kids can learn to raise pigs too. it something we love." brenneman says she doesn't know how the family plans to move forward. fire investigators haven't determined a cause. waterloo's first black mayor in the city's history will be sworn in next month. quentin hart is also a relatively young leader, something the city hasn't had in a while. hart beat former waterloo mayor tim hury in tuesday's run-off election. unofficial results show hart
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thousand votes. hart will replace buck clark who did not run for a fourth term. the mayor-elect has experience working with the city as a councilman for the 4th ward. he says he wants to bring people from both sides of the river together for better years in waterloo. since his campaign announcement in july, hart told tv-9 that he knocked on thousands of doors in hopes citizens would support him. one element he wants to bring right away is to celebrate waterloo's success. " 7:35 taking a look at some short-term successes by letting people know what's happening. there are a lot of great things happening, a lot of initatives taking place but i think that, sometimes, we keep some of those secrets to ourselves. " hart also says he wants to focus on the budget with city council in his first 30 days of office. many medicaid patients in iowa are still struggling to understand the change to a privately controlled system coming on january first. despite the confusion, only a handful of
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on the change yesterday in cedar rapids. one person from the department of human services said the small number of participants might have misunderstoo d the purpose. unlike previous hearings on the idea of privatizing medicaid, yesterday's meeting was only to discuss a few amendments to the governor's plan. "there wasn't much warning, and it was at a terrible time you know.,wednesday morning at 9:00. that rules out a large number of people" local d-h-s staffers were prohibited from answering questions about the plan. and only one person made a public comment about the amendments. medicaid participants are receiving notices about their assigned managed care company in the mail. the university of iowa children's hospital will soon have a new name. the regents approved naming the hospital the stead family university of iowa children's hospital, after businessman jerre stead and his wife, mary joy. the steads have donated more than 50 million dollars to
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the name goes into effect next november. the dubuque school district needs a new swimming pool, but that project is now on hold. that's because of a change in the collection of the state sales tax from iowa's manufacturer s. the change takes effect on july first next year. it'll erase the state sales tax that iowa manufacturer s have paid on consumable supplies. those are items they use in the manufacturin g process. the iowa department of revenue estimates that will cut overall state sales tax revenue by 40 million dollars between 2017 and 2020. it could also reduce local option sales tax revenue by up to six million dollars annually. that would affect cities that have large manufacturing bases. this law change affects the pool project because dubuque schools were planning to use about 7 million dollars from the local option sales tax. the school district was talking about renovating the pool at hempstead high school and possibly
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to build an aquatic center. under the proposal, the city would pay for part of the pool project and dubuque schools would make up the rest. "we want people to know we may not be as attractive of a partner as we were a few months ago. we don't know if we are going to have that seven million. we might only have two million dollars. " superintendent stan rheingans worries about the larger funding issue he says could come from the proposed tax breaks. he says it may mean a major loss in tax revenue for the entire state. health care spending is making records this morning. it's now a multi-trillion dollar industry -- and the highest it has been in eight
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there is@severe flooding in parts of north carolina. banks are overflowing and water quickly rose in this
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yesterday. crews had to rescue a man and his dog from a trailerr because the water rose so fast. plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clouds will dissipa from west to east, leaving ththentire area sunny byby this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range rth to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent
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into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day! today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27
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mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomomrow night: incasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 ow: 29 thanks kaj. the c-e-o of one internet giant
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decision. investors are pressuring her to move the company away from what made it famous in the first place. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's --. investors on wall street are
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a better day than yesterday. a drop in the price of oil dragged down energy compavies and caused stocks to fall. crude c csed below 40 dollars a barrel for the first time since august. the dow dropped nearly 160 points. the s and p lost more than 20. the nasdaq -- 33. investors are still weighing the possibility y at the fed will raise rates for the first time in nine years at its meeting in mid-december. yahoo is feeling pressure from an activist investor who is pushing for the tech giant to get out of the internet business. the wall street journal says a new york based hedge fund is pressuring the company's c-e-o to sell the internet services company to help it avoid a ten billion dollar tax bill. last year, health care spending in the u-s grew at the fastest pace since president obama took office. the department of health and human services says it's s more than five percent in 20- 14 to three trillion
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roughly 95 hundred dollars for every person in the country. it's here's a live look at ? ? on our city cam.
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plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expececd over
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days. today, clouds will dissipate from west to east, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry anan mild. have a a eat day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomororw: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29
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here's a look at today's top stories... 14 people are dead this morning d 17 others injured in a mass shooting in san bernadino, california. police say the two suspects in the shooting are dead. they opened fire at a meeting for the city's departmenenof public health. onon of the suspects,s, syed farook worked for the department. waterloo voters have elected the first black mayor in the city's history. quentin hart won tuesday's
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bring the city together for a brighter future and celebrate the city's successes. the university of iowa children's hospital will soon have a new name. the board of regents appppved naming the hospital the stead family university of iowa children's hospital at its meeting yesterday. the board also approved a three percent tuition increase for undergrad students at the university of iowownext fall.
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to become the new a.d at tulane. ... dannen has been at uni since 2008. he was named the national athletic director of the year in 2014. during his time as a.d., he's had 15 coaches-of- the-year and 15 conferenen-players-of- the-year. he'll be introduced at a press conference on friday at 11 a.m. his last
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to hoops and the hawkeyes hosted florida sate tonight in the big 10-acc challenge. and after falling behind 8-2.. dom uhl with the nice drive down the lane for the kiss. and then jared uthoff started heat up with the triple to tie the game at 21.. and here thth come off the break peter jok three ball corner pocket and iowa trailed 32-31 at the break. and what a talent utoff is with that length the swat on "d" and then the flush on the other end to pupuiowa up 44-41. and jared can do it all the nice dish to woody who goes back door..
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at virginia winning 85-73. alex kastanek led the hawks in scoring with 22 . and ally disterhoft chipped in with 18 points and 7 boards . uni hosted iowa state tonight in cedar falls.... seanna johnson comes up with the steal and takes it coast-to- coast for the layup... iowa state leads 29-20... uni keeps fighting, iowa city west grad mikaela morgan gets the r rl on that layup... panthers trail by 7... but then morgan's pass is stolen by johnson, she had five steals and also added 28 points, tying a career-high... thahalayup puts the cyclones up by 12... uni ends the first half on a 9-2 run as benton community grad madison weekly banks in a three in the closing seconds... but iowa state goes on to win 84-75 and finally the hawkeyes are 3 point underdogs against michigan state in the big 10 title game.. heres more with coach ferentz. michigan state connor cook quick release he has great weapons how do you defend that? it is going to be a big challenge for
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quarterback experienced he has won a lot of games for them he is a leader and they have excellent receivers. part of the key is their offensive line they were not healthy early in the season they are all back now and have played well the last couple of weeks it is going to be a big g challenge for ususother they have a couple of first round draft picks on the defensive line how do you attack that? it is interesting first round draft picks the qb and you flip it over on the sididthey look like an nfl line. exexemely big and talented, they play hard it is going to be a real challenge but it does start up front we have to nuetralize those guys. it is like a mirror game if you look at the stats they are almost identical plus 14 turnover margin. that is one thing both teams do a great job of taking care of the ball they deem that really important and we have done the same of all the stats that is an important one. might be the biggest game in iowa football history that is debatable
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this magnitude? i am not going down that road at all because these other 12 games have been big to that is what has allowed us to play 13. it is really important reward for our guys an opportunity. to me it is like any big game we have played this year. the bowl game or playoffs and i think the message to our team is it gets down to playing good football that is what gets you where you want to go that is what determines big games. ben niemann was knocked out in that last game is he arlight to go and how healthy are you going in? he is working back in the progression they set and everything has been very positive. we anticipate him being ready to go but that could change at anytime if he can't go bo bower can stetein and do a a eat job.
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