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good tuesday morning! its 5 oclock on december 8th. h he is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecas kaj... plan on clouds to increase a a the day goeoe on. within these clouds, we may see an isolated shower pop up, primarily in the late afternoon or early evening hours. any measurable shower would only be a few hundredths. the bigger story continues to be on mild temperatures with another day in the 40s for everyonene50s arereossible in spots tomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday and friday. plan on a wet weekend, with a possible transition to snow out there on sunday or monday as well. this is a multi-pronged storm system with a lot of moving parts, therefore it's important to stay tuned as we gettloser and as more data becomeses availableleoday: isolated pm showers high: 46-52 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated showers low: 31-37 winds: w 5-15 alo: 32 dbq: 35 iow: 34tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 46-52 winds: "" alo: 47 dbq: 47 iow: 50tomorrow night: "" low: 35-41 winds: "" alo: 37 dbq: 37 iow: 38
a federal regulator will be in des moines today to approve or deny the changes to the state's medicaid program. tse changes are supposed to happen january 1st. yesterday, an oversight committee took a vote to delay the switch by six months, but the vote tied, and failed. the committee also questioned the companies that will oversee medicaid and heard public comments. several dozen medicaid recipients and family members packed the meeting room and an overflow area. nearly every patient complained ththswitch to private operation of the system is happening too fast. one activist hopes they stop the rush to managed care. " t outpouring from iowa and the outcry is unprecedented and cms has never seen that and they'reretudying it" c-m-s stands for centers for medicare and medicaid services. the organization's regulators will question the four companies the state selected for the medicaid program.
cancer are living longer today than they did 20 years ago. that's what a new university of iowa study found, and it says it could be due to surgery. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live in the newsroom this morning. forre, the study found the survival rate has also gone up? up six months, to 26. that's the median when comparing women from 1988 through 91 to 2007 through 11. this data study was published earlier this month. researchers say after looking at 21-thousand cases of stage four breast cancer, the reason survival rates might be up is removal of the primary tumor. for dececes, doctors ignored it to give patients as much quality of life as possible. dr. alexandra thomas says the study didn't suggest why the surgery is beneficial, just that it could be. she says more investigation is needed. " how can we identify those women that are lely to be long term survivors and offer them
according to the study, when lookingngt those diagnosed before 2002, researchers found 9.6 percent of those who received surgery had a least 10 year survival, compareded to 2.9 percent of those who didn't. still doctors say the surgery might not be for everyone. but the numbersre promising for the future. back to you guys in the studio. thanks a lot forrest. a chicago man who's accused of killing his girlfriend in dubuque wants to move his trial. prprecutors say 27 year old eddie hicks killed his girlfriend, 21 year old kahdyesha lemon. police say he stabbed her multiple times at her dubuque home on june 17th. hicks was in court yesterday while attorneys argued whether his upcoming trial should be held in dubuque county or somewhere else. these are pictures courtesy of the telegraph herald. attorneys playephone call recordings from weeks prior to the
will hear those recordings. a linn county man won't be charged for assaulting a police officer as part of his plea deal. the jujue accepted a plea dede for kyle orth and sentenced him to 180 days in jail with three years probation. in march, orth drove a borrowed b-m-w toward cecer rapids officers after a brief chase. orth was a salesman at zimmerman ford in cedar rapids. according to a criminal complaint, orth had a blood alcohol level of point 1-1-3 at the time. police e y he admitted to having between 5 and 7 beers that night. he pleaded no contest to interference with official acts, and pleaded guilty to drunk driving and attempting to elude police. in the middldlof his jail sentence, orth was granted a 30-day furlough. orth's attorney says the plea was a state and defense agreement. "we said you know we need to find a way to balance the different i iterests, and i know
have the pending cases resolved, and to get back to working a kind of normal life." orth's attorney al requested a work release, but the judge has not made a decision on that yet. in a tv-9 follow-up this mojning.. the u-s supreme court will consider a long running dispute between thehe u-s equal employment opportunity commission and a cedar rapids based trucking company. the court granted a petition friday from cedar rapids-based crst van expedited to review a decision of the court of appeals. the issue is whether the equal employment opportunity commission has to pay the company 4 point 7 million dollars in legal ees. thihiwas after a major investigation into claims that female truckers were sexually harassed. an appeals panel ruled that crst cannot pay for those fees if the claims were dismissed. the supreme court s suld make a decisisi next
two iowa men were wounded in separate deer hunting accidents in one day. the department of natural l resources says 47 year-old walter freeman of winfield was hunting near that town sunday afternoon. that's when another hunter fired a deer slug that hit freeman in his abdomen. 's now at universititof iowa hospitals, and we don't know his condition. earlier sunday, 28 year-old travis myers of dundee was hunting with ten other people when a shot hit him in the right shoulder. that was nororeast of backbone state park in delaware county. myers received treatment at the manchester hospital for a flesh wound. the d-n-r says in both cases, hunters were shooting at moving deer. a new state repept says there e more jobs available in the corridor than there are unemployed workers. cleaning jobs are among the highest number of job openings in the region. iowa workforce development surveyed more than 1 1hundred employers in linn, johnson, benton, cedar, iowa, and
32 percent reported job vacancies. the report shows the six counties have almost 11- thooand unemployed people, but more than 18- thousand open jobs. the state has more than 75- thousand unemployed workers, but only 44- thousand job openings. "i think it is good news, it shows that our economy is moving forward. companies are expanding and hiring, which is always good news. i think it presents a challenge, but an opportunity in doing different things in order to attract more peop to the area. " the report also shows nearly five percent of the regional workforce is at retirement age. hawkeye fans are rushing to get tickets to watch the football team in the rose bowl on new year's day. ticketmaster tickets go on sale today. travel agencies have been slammed with requests. fans wenento the u-i ticket windows yesterday hoping to grab tickets. you can find them on sites like stub-hub, but they're gog for more than 500 dollars a piece.t&
tickets. fans can go online and sign up to get them. they will find out next week if they got tickets, based on their donor and season ticket holder status. "both teams that are participating in the rose bowl were allotted 22,000 for the initial allotment, so those e plications are online, we encourage fans to go online, fill out the application, season ticket holders, and then that deadline isn't until 5 p.m. on thursday, so between no and then everyone can go, apply online and then at that time everything will be sorted out. " the tickets through the school cost between 150 and 185 dollars each. non-season ticket holders will be put on a waiting list for those. it's computer science education week. the cedar rapids school distric and coding program "imagination iowa" are teaming up to promote this growing industry. they kicked off festivities at the city's downto library yesterday. students learned how coding works by making a robot move through an online game. more coding events
on. within these clouds, we may see an isolated shower pop up, primarily in the late afternoon or early evening hours. any measurable shower would only be a few hundredths. the bigger story continues to be@on mild temperatures with another day in the 40s for everyone. 50s are possible in spots tomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday and friday. plan on a wet weekend, with a possible transition to snow out there on susuay or monday as well. this is a multi-pronged storm system with
therefore it's important to stay tuned as we get closer and as more data becomes available. today: isolated pm showers high: 46-52 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated showers low: 31-37 winds: w 5-15 alo: 32 dbq: 35 iow: 34tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 46-52 winds: "" alo: 47 dbq: 47 iow: 50tomorrow night: "" low: 35-41
tpe city held a reception to honor him yesterday. local and state leaders gathered at city hall to congratulate him on his retirement. crews ran for another t tm last month, but he finished second among three candidates in the general election. that forced a run-off. before that vote, he announced he would just retire at the end d this term. crews has been cedar falls mayor for 30 of the past 44 years. his challenger in the runoff, businessman jim brown, will take over as mayor next month. american goods now have a much higherr retaliatory tariff. in today's agribusiness report, the world trade organization set those standards yesterday becau of a u-s labeling law. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
david geiger. ---- canada and 4& mexico can now place one point zero one billion dollars in retaliatory tariffs on u-s goods.. yesterday.. the world trade organization set the the retaliation amount because of the u-s country of origin labeling law.. which requires meat to be labeled with what country the animal it's made of was born.. raised.. and harvested.. the w-t-o says cool violates u-s trade obligations and discriminates against canadian and mexican animals. the national pork producersrsouncil in response calls for the law to be repealed so u-s suffer. the house of representativ es voted in june to repeal cool.. but the senate has not yet acted. ---- the cattle markets are takininanother hit because of that country of origin labeling rule.. while a lack of demand is sending the grains into the red. "it's all red ink across the entire grain board. not a whole lot of fresh news out over the weekend. farmer
overhanging the market.. " "too over the weekend, seller increase in that late last week. and also too, the dollar is higher this morning. all that weighing on prices here so far today. this market right now is pretty much all demand. we need to keep a very aggressive pace up to be able t t sustain four dollar corn, nine dollar beans see how that all plays out in the next month or two." "...same o,d, same old, i mean cattle are falling ououof the sky but really the big news this morning was the tariffs going in place here within about 10 days or so with canada and mexico with cool. per national cattlemen association you knowow maybe goooofor ten cents. hopefully that's factored into the market right now but this tariff ruling is very, very important obviously to watch. obvious i would advise listeners, cattle guys to get on the phone and call your senator..." "...get this thing reversed by christmas. still got big ample
there's no weaer on the horizon. next ten days look very, very good to pack weights on again." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw 460 head of sheep. feeder lambs fetched the ys high average price of $2.12 per poun while fed lambs averaged $1.33 per pound. thehe2 goats at the ction saw a high average price ranging from $102.50 to 82.50 per head. ---- enrollment for next year's fa safefe net coverage is now open at any local farm service agency office.. and it's a lot easier this year than it was last year.. where farmers ha to choose between agriculture risk coverage or price lossssoverage.. as well as allocate their base acres.. they don't have to do that this year.. but they still have to enroll.. if they want to be a part of crop insurance.. but this year won't be as lenient as last year.. where they had both 20-14 and 20-15 years to work on.. "we had a way of getting folks back into the program we're not going to have
they need to get in and signed up in arc/plc if they want to participate for the '16 crop. those payments will be available in the fall of 17 afterctober 1st t f 17 so we're lookikig at a long time out there." whitaker says participation is voluntary for producers but they don't get the financial benefits.. the open enrollment will end the first of august. ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for joining.. i'll see you 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 geer with the agribusiness report. trt 3.40 oc webtease perfecting a "celebrationonance" is a key part of any sport. and, don't worry, these college basketball players have their moves down to a science. stay with tv9. it's ---. plan on clouds to increase as
continues to be on mild temperatures with another day in the 40s for everyone. 50s are possible in spotstsomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday y d friday. plan on a wet weekend, with a possible transition to snow out there on sunday or monday as well. this is a multi-pronged storm system with a lotf moving parts, therefore it's important to stay tuned as we get closer and as more data becomes available.today: isolated p p showers high: 46-52 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated showers low: 31-37 winds: w 5-15 alo: 32 dbq: 35 iow: 34tomorrow: partly cloudy
winds: "" alo: 47 dbq: 47 iow: 50tomorrow night: "" low: 35-41 winds: "" alo: 37 dbq: 37 iow: 38 sococr and hockey goaliesesre making some silly plays. and there was a dangerous "oops" moment at this week's rampage game. it's all in this week's golden klutz. let's start off the most dananrous kick of the week from the rampage game drills the light and and it almost hits the people below. worst play by a goalie he kicks right to the defender
the open goal. you've got to be kidding me. that perctly wrapped early christmas present. and you know you having a bad day as a field goal kick when n u miss the exexa point and then turn around and do this on the kickoff. that looked like a middle school kick. and i have baseball players blaming it on the sun. but football players. it was right to him. worst mechanical bull riding goes out to to bull riding goes out to to this bull riding goes out totoo this hawkwye fan in indydytv 9's scott westerberg showed him how to do it. well maybe not! and wether it's a baseball or puck you have to keep your eye on it. right between the wickets and make matters worse. later in the game he came out of the net. opps t tt's another goaoaworst free throw shooting of the week the clippers deondre jordan air ball. well it's a good thing it's a two shot foul. he can
back to back air balls. how can he air ball 2 free throws and this okey state manager make an over the head half court with the ball in a towell and no question about the best cheering bench in college hoops. monmouth knows how to celebrate. and this my favorite one right here. the upside down sisser good night the cedar rapids police department says violent crime has gone down in the city over the last year. this comes as a teenager plans to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter of another teenage boy. a judge has made the final decisioioon how many years a dubuque man will go to prison. the sentence has gone back and forth a few times. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---.
source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. pleading guilty. the fourteen year old charged with first-degree murder in the death of 15- year-old aaron richardson will plead auilty to lesser charaes today. possible exposure. a d-n-r invesesgation shows construction workers, staff and possibly students at a cedar rapids school may have been exposed to asbestos. and prolonged life. a new university of iowa study finds more stage four breast cancer patients are living longer. and here's a live look at our city cam.
first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on clouds to increase as the day goes on. within these clouds, we may ee an isolated shower pop up, primarily in the late afternoon or early evening hours. any measurable shower would only be a few hundredths. the bigger story continues to be on mild mperatures with anonoer day in the 40s for everyone. 50s are possible in spots tomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday and friday. plan on a t weekend, with a possible transition to ow out there on sunday or monday as well. this is a multi-pronged storm system with a lot of movovg parts, ththefore it's important to stay tuned as we get closer and as more data becomes available.today: isolated pm showers high: 46-52 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated
plans to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter today. authorities say he shot and killed another teen ter their two rival groups threatened each other on social media and over text message. police say robert humbles killed 15-year-old aaron richardson. humbles also plans to plead guilty on two other charges. altogether he faces 25 years in prison. he would be in a juvenile facility until he turns 18. a judge would then decide whether to release him or make him serve the rest of his prison sentence. on september 6th, two rival groups met near redmond park. court documents show mbles fired his gunnd hit aaron richardson in the abdomen. richardson then ran to o house in the 300 block of 16th street southeast. from there, first responders took him to a cedar rapids hospital where he died after@surgery. cedar rapids police say violent ccme has gone down over the past year. chief wayne jerman gave that report during a public
night. he says the number of violent crimes has dropped 9 and a half percent since november 2014. however, jerman says burglaries have increased in certain neighborhoods. "significantly last month we saw burglaries were almost two times the average normal number of events reported so that was very cocoerning we've identified a number ofof groups and individuals who were responsible we've made some arrests for those cases " jerman says people should always lock their doors and windows when leaving their homes. he says the numbers of violent crimes are down because of vigilant officerer and citizens notifying police. some students and staff at cedar rapids washington high school may have been exposed to asbestos during renovations last school year. a d-n-r investigation may lead to legal action against the school district and an asbestos removal company. a complaint started the investigation. the dnr says the company the district hired to
failed on multiple levels. the district has insisted the work never exposed students or school staff to the material. but the litigation report from the dnr cited three times potential asbestos exposure happened during the school year: in december 2014, abatement specialties used a negative air machine when cleaning up an asbestososontainment area. it was apparently blowing air into the school hallway rather than outside. but we don't know if any of that air had asbestos in it. in april
2015 - three air tests in the women's locker room failed - two measured particulate overload and one measured high asbestos counts. but we don't know if this was an areany students of staff f ad access to. in may, the cocoany hired to check on asbestos levels, shive-hattery, found a "substantial amount of asbestos debris scattered throughout the bler room floor." again we don't know w anyone othth than construction workers were near that area. the dnr litigation report also
119 construction workers and 7 subcontractin g companies were on the school sse in june and july when more testing showed high levels of asbestos. the district responded yesterday with a statement that reads in part, "at this time the district has not been provided with any information indicating that any individual has tested positive for asbestos as a result of their presence on the job site." in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.... a judge re-sentenced a dubuque man to 50 years in prison for robbing a bar and shooting a police officer in 2009. this was 77 year old eddie chest's third sentencing. chest took a plea agreement and was charged with robbery and attempted murder for the armed robbery at knicker's saloon. that's where he shot dubuque police lt. scott baxter. his last two sentences went against that plea agreement. in court yesterday, prosecutors made a stronger case for the original plea deal.
year sentences at the same time. his attorney said the shot chest fired ricocheted off the ground, then hit lieutenant baxter. but the judge told chest, that doesn't matter. he said chest pointed the gun in lt. baxter's s rection. "this is a very serious offense. given the time of day and the fact that it's two armed individuals in a public establishment, multiple patrons and the nature of the firearm in question. " the judge also pointed out chest had spent moo of his adult life in and out of prison for various crimes. the state medical examiner is performing an autopsy today on a body found in the cedar river close to gilbertville. trapper found the body sunday mornininwhile checking traps. authorities said it'sot yet clear when the person died. they haven't said if the remains are those of a man or a woman. four%people face drug charges in vinton - as
investigation. there were two searches yesterday morning at 704 east eighth street and at 512 west 14th street. officers arsted 42 year old martin undvall and 41 year old edward finley on charges of conspiracy to manufacture meth. they also arrested 37 year old kathy johnson and 36 year old jonathon franklin for possession of drug paraphernalia . and they arrested a fifth person, 34-year-old phillip horak on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court. the survival rates for woman with stage four breast cancer has improved over the last 20 years. the university of iowa conducted a study to find those numbers and what factors have contributed to the improvements. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins us at the desk thihimorning. forrest, what sorts o othings did this study find? researchers looked at survival rates of 21- thousand women over the past two and a half decades. officials found from 88 to 91, median survival was
that's jumped to 26 months between the years 2007 and 2011. news patients love to hear. sharon juon was diagnosed with stage four about five years ago. doctors thought she had lymphoma at first. but it turned out to be much worse. "i was conditioned for it being cancer. i wasn't conditioned for it being stage four."ever the optimist, sharon put a challenge to her doctor. she booked an expensive trip to europe a few years out. sharon was committed to getting there. a river cruise through europe, that i h h put together on my bucket list. i needed her to help me achieve it. the uihc's dr. alexandra thomas came through. sharon, was able to get to europe and take her trip, and since has even gone to australia. prolonged success like sharon's is what prompted dr. thomas to take a closer lk at survival rates in the first place. "we're seeing more and more stories like that. we wanted to
united states."dr. thomas said the data study suggested why some woman like sharon may be living longer, primary tumor removal. in the past, it was ignored to give patients as much quality of life as possible, but the research suggests if removed it could lengthen lives. the reasons why a numerous, but dr. thomas says it's pointing researchers in the right direction. "we need to revisit and that's what we put in our conclusions, we need to revisit that." for sharon, the future looks brighter than ever. that's why she's booked another trip, this time to disney world, and she intends to see it come may.y. dr. thomas said surgery of the primary tumor isn't for everyone. even so the study reported, when looking at those diagnosed before 2002, researchers found 9.6 percent of those who received surgery had at least 10 year survival, compared to 2.9 percent of those who didn't.
me cedar rapids 8th graders are coming together to create change and break down stereotypes. the franklin middle school trendsetters group started meeting last school year, and they've kept that work going. they me every mond with a goal of showing others how people of all different races can be equal and work together. the group is teaming up to do community service projects, visit colleges, and talk about issues affecting them. "7:22:43 it means a lot to me becauau we don't have to bebe segregated and talk about this. we can be all together and be positive and share our opinions about it and what happens in the world and how can make a change and a difference." " 7:30:55 we came up with if you change the perception amongst one another and then we take this group out in the community and show people how well we get along then maybe that will start a change. " the teacher helping thehetudents says they came up with the idea to form this group. she says it started after protests broke out
and killed a black teenager in ferguson, missouri in the s smer of 2014. some lawmakers are looking to new ways to help fight terrorism. they're turning to popular social mea sites to report suspicious activity. i guess i never really gave much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me thqt it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel isisearing away,
really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier, and it was a real easy
plan on clouds to increase as the day goes on. within these clouds, we may see an isolated shower pop up, primarily in the late afternoon or early evening hours. any measurable shower would only be a few hundredths. the bigger story y ntinues to be on mild temperatures with another day in the 40s for everyone. 50s
spots tomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday and friday. plan on a wet weekend, with a possible transition to snow out there on sunday or monday as well. this is a multi-pronged storm system with a lot of moving parts, therefore it's important to stay tuned as we get closer and as more data becomes available. today: isolated pm showers high: 46-52 windsdss 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated showers low: 31-37 winds: w 5-15 alo: : dbq: 35 ioww34tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 46-52 winds: "" alo: 47 dbq: 47 iow: 50tomorrow night: ""
major indeces landing in the red by the closing bell. lawmakers are looking to social media companies to help in the fight against terrorism. california senator dianne feinsin plans to introduce legislation that requires social media cocoanies like facebook, twitter and youtube to alert law enforcement when they find terrorist activity on their ptforms. amazon has launched a new eight-inch version of its fire tablet. it's specialized for readers and comes with a year of "kindle
technology" that cuts blue light exposure before bedtime. that means you can read in bed without the stimulation that could disrupt sleep. oil prices fell to a seven year low on monday after opec decided not to cut back on production. gas prices could fall to an average of 1-75 a gallon over the next two months. mild fall weather could mean a weak heating oil season, pulling prices down even morere
on. within these clouds, we may see an isolated shower pop up, primarily in the late afternoon or early evening hours. any measurable shower would only be a few hundredths. the bigger story continues to be on mild temperatures with another day in the 40s for everyone. 50s are possible in spots tomorrow, with widespread 50s likely for thursday and friday. plan on a wet weekend, with a possible transition to snow out
multi-pronged storm system with a lot of moving parts, therefore it's important to stay tuned as we get closer and as more data becomes available.today: isolated pm showers high: 46-52 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 50tonight: isolated showers low: 31-37 winds: w 5-15 alo: 32 dbq: 35 iow: 34tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 46-52 winds: "" alo: 47 dbq: 4747ow: 50tomorrow night: "" low: 35-41 winds: "" alo: 37 dbq: 37 iow: 38 thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top
the 14-year-old charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of 15-year-old aaron richardson in cedar rapi will plead guilty to a lesser charge today. robert humbles will plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter, reckless use of a firearm resulting in serious injury and going armed with intent. he faces s years in prison on all charges -- those sentences running consecutively . a federal regulator who will approve iowa's change to privatize medicaid arrives in des moines today. iowa lawmakers "agreed to disagree" over whether the state should slow down the push at a meeting yesterday. medicaid patients say the deadline -- january first -- is too soon.
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campbell has the highlights. mr cool had the hot hand for iowa. time after time he hit. how about classic fall away jumper. he had 24 at half. mike gessel popor move. second half uthoff deals to woodbury. jarrod hits free throw for his career high 27. then he goes to the bench. iowa beats the leathernecks 90-56. that's my game. if i am not hitting i pass t tonite my shots were falling. i wanted to leave him in but our lead go too large.
pasadena on her mind or shoulder. john campbell tv9 iowa state looks like they are ready for the hawks thursday night at hilton. the fourth ranked cyclcles came out bombs away against buffalo tonight in a tuneup. george niang with the triple for three of his .. and the abdel nader with the quick baseline move for the kiss and one.. and nader can do it all three ball cornenepocket to give the clones a 30-16 lead.. and how bout some defense.. jameel mckay with the swat.. and iowa state led by 9 at the break.. buffalo came out running in the second half and cut the lead to one.. but the cyclones asnwered with the long ball matt thomas connects off the inbounds.. and then look the nice feed from long to mckay who finies inside and iowa state raises their record to 7-0 0 th the win. football news. iowa coach kirk
good tuesday morning to you from tv-9. you're looking live on our city cam. it's december 8th and this is what you need to know today. 14-year-old robert humbles will plead guilt on charges today for the killing of 15-year-old aaron richardson earlier this year in cedar rapids. a federal regulator will be in des moines today to approve or deny the changes to the state's medicaid program set to happen on january first. presidential hopefuls and the white house are reacting to donald trump's statements to