tv KCRG TV9 Saturday Morning News ABC December 5, 2015 8:00am-9:00am CST
we begin with first alert storm team meteorololos t britley ritz. hello unseasonably warm temperatures! u can thank high pressure for the sunshine and southerly wind. today will be much like yesterday, sunny and warm with highs topping out in the upper 40s and low 50s. this makes for great tailgating weather! if you aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight papade the weather will be perfect for you as well. sunday brings slightly cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either. the warmer weather sticks around for t t beginning of next week and precipitation remains to a minimum.
todadais a big day for iowow fans. state in the big ten championship game. is in indianapolis festivivies. scott saville and scott westerberg are at espn's college game day rally. guys we're just a few the energy there? thanks guys! to watch tonight's championship game, some important details here. make sure to set your d-v-r or tune in live on the fox channel. to watch tonight's championship
important details here. make sure to set your d-v-r or ne in live on the fox channel. the game will kickoff at 7:17 p-m in indianapolis. we'll have a special "countdown to kickoff" show prior to the big 10 championship game. join the t-v nine sports teamamive from indianapoliliat four o'clock this afternoon. on to basketball season.... the u-n-i panthers are taking on richmond tonight. you can watch this game live on kcrg chael 9.2. that game starts 5 o'clock tononht. f-b-i officials say they still know little about the
shooting that killed 14 people in san bernardino, california.a. tashfeen malik remains the main focus of the investigation, even though she carried out the attack with her husband, syed farook. u-s officials are now calling the massacre an actctf terrorism. today, many questions remain about the couple's background. many who witnessed the shooting say they're afraid to return to their normal lives. " "how do you make sense of what happened at work?" "i still can't. it's still kind of scary. we're not eager to go back to work. to know that some of our friends are gone and to know that a massacre happenene in the next buildidi. you don't feel safe." " overnight, a bomb squad went to the u-p-s center in san bernardino. police evacuated everyone in the building as a precaution. officials say someone found a package addressed to the shooters, but that it didn't pose any threat. democratipresidential candidate hillary clinton talked about the
city this week. yesterday, she said part of the strategy to defeat terrorists is to prevent them from getting guns inside the uned states. the san bernardino shooters obtained their semi-automatic guns legally. republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson is traveling to eastern iowa today. he'll be campaigning in both waterloo and cedar rapids. from 1:30 to 2:30 he will headline t t "concerned veterans for america" town hall. that's in waterloo at the five sullivan brothers convention center. then from 3:30 to 6:30 he'll be at the "rising tide forum" in cedar rapids at 370 first t enue east. another g-o-p candidate, carly fiorina, is in cedar rapids for two events. fiorina is still struggling to gain ground in the polls. she will be hosting a meet and greet at bata's restaurant at 10-06 third street southeast. that event starts at 3:30. then at 4:30, fiorina heads
rising tide summit. that's at the u-s cellular center. rand paul will first scheduled to appear at a meet-and- greet at the hairport barber shop at 9 a-m. that's located at 729 mobile street in waterloo. then at 10 a-m, a "stand with rand" meet-and-greet will take place at the cedar falls public librarar paul willllinish his day at the rising tide summit in cedar rapids. a new national poll shows donald trump has built an even stronger lead for theeepublican presidential n nination. the cnn-orc poll shows trump with 36 percent support among registered republicans and g-o-p leaning independents. that's 20 points ahead of ted cruz, who's in second place. ben carson and marco rubio are third and fourth. this is a big change from october, when the same poll foununtrump with a 5-pointntead over carson. rubio and jeb bush were tied at 8 percent.
percent. cruz is the most-improved in the last month, jumping from 4 percent to 16. world leaders have announced a new plan to educate global businesses about climate change. yesterday, bank of england governor mark carney announced a new global task force at the climate conference in paris. carney says the group will be a 'one-stop-shop' to get information on climate-related financial risks for businins. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg, who was at the announcement, will lead that task force. dubuque mayor roy buol was also in paris for the climate conference. he and three other midwest mayors are representing the mississippi river cities and towns initiative. buol told t-v nine that the meetings focused on how smaller cities can make a big impact on the environment. "today was really about local governments, was a bigger part of the meetings, and how mayors city councils are really doing the work around climate change and adaptation, so it'really
buol is hoping to o t ideas on how to complete dubuque's goal of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent, by the year 2030. a lot of holidayheer will the fill the streets of downtown cedar r pids tonight. the annual fire and ice festival starts today. local-designed and built floats will head through downtown for the annual parade. this is video from last year's event.t. the fire and ice holiliy delight parade is put on by the cedar cedar rapids metro economic liance. here's a look at the downtown route. it's start at 6:00 o'clock tonight. you can catch the parade live on kcrg dot com at 6 p-m. also, you can watch it live on kcrg 9.2. it will start after u-n-i basketball wraps up. the iowa hawkeyes are m ming school history today
hello unseasonably warm temperatures! you can thank high pressure for the sunshine and southerly wind. today will be much like yesterday, sunny and warm with highs topping out in the upper 40s and low 50s. this makes for great tailgating weather! if you aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight parade the weather will be perfect for you as cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either.he warmer weather of next week and precipitation remains to a minimum.
owa football team has proven the doubters wrong all season and is hoping to do it once more against michigan state. the game day set is up and ready to for tomorrow's big 10 title game. their has been a lot of publicity this year about how the hawkeyes have been slghted in the national media. one of those guys that has been hard on the hawks is game day host kirk herbsbsit. iowa do you think their is a slight? i don't think their is a
see them play a big time team and challenging atatsphere. it is all ininront of them whether you think they are great or not they control their own destiny. with that being said do you think they havava chance to win this game? oh yes this team is doing everything right. field position, turnover margin. cj is making great decisions with the ball. they running football. if you do those things you win. corso has hinted he is going for iowa. is that what he said. he tweeted it. he has twitter? i think they tweet for him. oh ok. whenever lee says something on a thursday or friday. it actually means he is going the other way. herbstreit understands hawk fans frustrations with the national media. and has
passionate the iowa a n base is. they are vocal.i have been a kirk ferentz fan for a long time.i picked them last year to make a run. every fan base has a portion of fans that feel disrespected. ... ank you scott, iowa wrestling hosting south dakota state ... thomas gilman gets things started for the hawkeyes with this first period pin against kahlen morris... iowa goes up 6-0 ... onto 149, denver/tripoli grad brandon sorenson with the two-point near fall... he shutout hihiopponent 8-0... hawkeyes go up 13-3 ... at 184, sammy brooks added another pin to his season... it took him just 43 seconds against brady ayers... hawkeyes go on to win 28-15 ... high school girls basketball on kcrg 9.2... kennedy at city high ... 3rd quarter, courtney joens drives the baseline for the layup to give city high a 44-34 lead ... but kennedy would come back... they get one offensive
another and it's linden runels with the putback to tie it up 49-49 ... then it's lelm sellers with the deuce down low to give kennedy a 3-point lead... cougars hang on to win 65-61 ... college volleyball, iowa state facing wisconsin in round two othe ncaa tournament ... 1st set, jess schaben fools the defense going down the line instead of cross-court for the kill... then it's waverly-shell rock grad morgan kurht coming up wi the block ... but the badgers would take the first set and roll on thrhrugh the next winninin3-0 ... uni volleyball facing marquette in the first round of the ncaa tournament up in minneapolis ... lindsey schz brings the heat for the panthers ... then later, it's dike-new hartford grad bri weber with the kkl right a 5th set, but 3-2 round 2 of the hero in 2013... on 7, he reads the line perfectly to
move to nine under for a share of the lead ... onto the 10th hole, zach with his 2nd shot and it comes to a direct stop just a foot from the pin... easy tap for birdie... zach is tied for 7th at 8 under, three shots back of the lead ... loras menen soccer in the ncaa division 3 finanafour against calvin college ... late in the first half, the with this jonah jacke goal as he knocks it in with the left foot ... indoor soccer, rampage hosting chicago ... goalkeeper joey kkinos wearing the hawkeyeyeolors... but they did not help... chicago with some great passing on this power-play goal... mustangs stomp all over the rampage, 14-4
but first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... hello unsfasonably warm temperatures! you can thank high pressure for theeunshine and southerly wind. today will be much like yesterday, sunny and warm with highs topping out in the upper 40s and low 50s. this makes for aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight parade the weather will
be perfect for you as cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either. the warmer weather of next week and minimum..
hawkeye fans are painting indianapolis black and for tonight's big ten championship game. right now, kcrg-'s sports team is in indianapolis enjoying all the pre-game festivities. scototsaville and scott westerberg are at espn's college game day rally. guy's were just a few hours out till the game, how is the energy there? thanks guys! today's game will definitely be
no matter what. this is the first time iowa has played in the big ten championship game, but it is certainly not their first chance to win a conference championship. kirk ferentz has coached two other hawkeye teams to big ten titles. kcrg-tv9's john campbell takes us back. like this year's team, nothing great t as expected from the 2002 hawkeyes, but like this year's team, that iowa hawkeye football team swept through the big ten undefeated. the team featured brad banks at quarterback, freddie
runningback, tight end dallas clark, guard eric steinbach, tackle robert gallery, safety bob sanders and kicker nate kaeding. a key victory came on october 5th against purdue. brad banks engineered a late, come from behind drive. hawkeye fans will never forget the winning touchdown strike to dallas clark, the final hurdle to an undefeated conference championship took place at the metrodome. fred russell rushed for 194 yards and one touchdown. jermelle lewis also topped 100 yards rushing as the hawkeyes crushed the gophers 45-21. hey, big ten champs bob. i can't explain how we feel. great feeling right now. we worked hard all year. finally we got it. afterwards the players carried coach kirk ferentz off the field on their shoulders and the big ten trophy was presented in the lockeroom. in 2004 the hawkeyes did it again with a different cast.
the top 3 runningbacks were injured in the first three games and were out for the season. the offense fell on the arm of quarterback d dw tate. defense was a key and it was led by the likes of chad greenway, adbdul hodge, jonahton babineaux, matt roth and sean considine. after losing at michigan, the hawks racked up 7 straight wins, none more impressive than a 33-7 beat down of ohio state. the game featured two tate to clinton solomon touchdhdns. that combo also struck for a 51 yard touchdown in wisconsin. stadium... and this time the big ten trophy was presented on the field. sot... that 2004 team and every hawkeye football fans how that one finished. tate....56 yards to warren win over the bengal tigers. to watch tonight's championship
important details here. make sure to set your d-v-r or tune in live on the fox channel. the game will kick off at 7:17 p-m in indianapolis. changes to medicaid here in iowa are causing confusion for people who depend on it for health care. in dubuque, one family is urging governor branstad to slow down those changes. starting on january 1st, iowa's medicaid system will switch to private networks. right now, it's not clear which doctors and hospitals will agree to accept medicaid patients. two of alyson beytein's adult sons are on medicaid. earlier this week, she received enrollment forms in the mail and learned her sons were each automatically enrolled in two different networks. patients do have the option to switch networks, but she had trouble finding dubuque-based doctors in
any of them.
made their move to the privitization of medicaid it been a year or two of transition. " three major hospital systems have signed contracts with the managed care providers. the state says the university of iowa hospitals and clinics, unitypoint health, and the genesis health system represent 33- hundred providers. machine sheds and tractors are the latest classroom tools used by two eastern iowa groups helping beginning farmers. it all started
this week at the amana farms, with a machinery workshop. kcrg t-v nine's sarah mccarthy explains why the class is crucial for people breaking into the ag industry. be sure to grease your universal joints. this.. 18:46:39 yeah, there's a greaser for this spindle. can be intimidating. 19:11:2 parallel park "everyone just wants to look something up online and figure it out." but that's not how this works. "it's nice to get together with people and actually just
answered you know?" 18:50:19 is synthetic oil going to last longer? questions from this group of beginner farmers hoping to break into iowa agriculture. 19:05:10 "that is one of the largest growing segments that we're seeing right now. it's also a segment that's very receptive to learning new ways, and embracing a safety culture." safety is key. 18:31:51 that's why you wear chaps. as gassman says farming is the most dangerous profession. examples like this.. chainsaw 18:30:34 show beginners how to protect themselves. but for this new farmer, cultivating help is most crucial. 19:23:51 "if you look at the age range of people here, they're younger, lot of people who are just beginning or in their first five years of farming. i think that leads to a cohesive group here people feel comfortable. a little network. " a network to welcome everyone to the field. in amana, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 news. the class continues today at the iowa county
great tailgating weather! if you aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight parade the weather will be perfect for you as well. sunday brings slightly cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either. the warmer weather sticks around for the beginning of next week and precipitation remains to a minimum. hello unseasonably warm temperatures! you can thank high pressure for the sunshine and southerly wind. today will be much like yesterday, sunny and warm with highs topping out in the upper 40s and low
great tailgating weather! if you aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight parade the weather will be perfect for you as well. sunday
brings slightly cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either. the warmer weather sticks around for the beginning of next week and precipitation remains to a minimum. a news service linked to the
out the shooting. last night, the attorney representing the suspects' family says they had no clue malik and farook were capable of doing it. "the family is in complete shock. they have no idea whatsoever. this was their brother by blood but they weren't too close to him. everybody had their own family. everybody had their own children. everybody had their own life." the f-b-i says there is no indication yet that a terror group organized the attack. the new york times is responding to the shootings by placing the issue of gun control on their front page. the times is running its first "page one" editorial since 1920. the paper's publisher said it would deliver a strong and visible statement of frustration about our country's inability to combat the scourge of guns. the newspaper says the editorial will suggest drastically reducing the number of firearms and eliminating large-category weapons. gun control and national security were top issues for republican presidential candidate rand paul in
city yesterday. paul promoted his "secure act", which he introduced earlier this week. he says the act should protect the country by temporarily halting access to the u-s border from some muslim- majority countries. " -sot-- presidential candidate"there' s a bigger immigration problem all together. there's 11 million people here who are here who came illegally. they say 40% of 11 million overstayed their visas, so they came in legally and then there visa expired. but we aren't really policing that situation at all, we're just sort of throwing our hands up." " the title of paul's proposed act, "secure", stands for "stop extremists coming under refugee entry." stay with us, we'll have a live interview with dogs forever. dogs forever will hold a holidog
holidog bazaar offers gifts for dogs and the people who love them. highlights include: saturday only: a portrait of your dog and/or family members, taken by a professional photographer and worthy of framing or using on your christmas card. the digital file will be e- mailed to you within 24 hours. homemade treats for dogs and people. crocheted hats and scarves for people and booties for dogs. christmas stockings for
and dcor items. dog-themed t-shirts and car magnets. proceeds from holidog bazaar benefit homeless dogs in eastern iowa. for more information, contact 481-0977, dogsforever @netins or visit dogsforever.org.dogs forever is a not-for- profit, tax-exempt organization founded in march 2011. it relies on fundraising events and private donations the organization focuses on dogs in eastern iowa that here's a look at today's top stories...
hello unseasonably warm temperatures! you can thank high pressure for the sunshine and southerly wind. today will be much like yesterday, sunny and warm with highs topping out in the upper 40s and low 50s. this makes for great tailgating weather! if you aren't tailgating and are going to the holiday delight parade the weather will be perfect for you as well. sunday brings slightly cooler weather and clouds, we aren't going to rule out a few sprinkles either. the warmer weather sticks around for the beginning of next week and precipitation remains to a