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good morning on this new year's eve. this is a live look at new york city as it prepares for the big ball drop tonight. it's december 31st and here's what you need to know today. with the cold temperatures today, auto shops want to remind you that cars break down faster in the cold and to keep up your maintenance during the winter. people who work with domestic violence victims in cedar rapids are grateful for the new "safe at home" program. it helps keep victims' addresses anonymous. three cedar rapids non- profits are reaping the benefits from parking tickets. officials forgave tickets if car owners donated items in the "forget the fine supply drive" there will be more security at large new year's celebrations around the world -- and that includes the rose bowl in pasadena. and hawkeye fans in pasadena and in eastern iowa are getting excited just one day out from the big game against stanford. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news
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after some overnight snow shower activity, the sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight snow should melt itself away. plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years day, with a decent weekend also still on track. have a great day!today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 7-13 winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11 iow: 13
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charges of burglary and theft of a vehicle. cedar falls police responded to an alarm at wheels unlimited auto sales around one this morning. officers found damage to the entrance of the business. police then found curt douglas widen inside the shop. they also found a new green ford garbage truck nearby. police believe widen stole the truck and used it to damage the building. auto repair shops are wrenching their way through a lot more cars today after monday's winter storm. mechanics at hubbell's auto repair in marion say they've seen a steady number of customers since the storm ended. shop owner mike hubbell says the cold temperatures break down cars faster. so, mechanics are hard at work fixing brakes, alternators, and replacing tires, they all deteriorate in the cold. hubbell says it's very important to keep up with maintenance on your car during winter. "you want the dependability of the car, so when you go out in the
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and run, but the other thing is you don't want to be stranded on the road. so the other thing is for you to keep your car in good repair so you can trust it to go where you want it to go." hubbell says now that the cold temperatures have started, the shop will be busy through spring. state auditors say administrators of the ambulance service fund in garwin misspent more than 13-thousand 500 dollars over five years. the report shows improper cash withdrawals and spending. garwin is a town of about 500 people in tama county. the audit shows karen boege, the ambulance service's former secretary, improperly made payments to her husband, steve boege, who was the service's president. the state audit also found personal purchases at walmart and a tama florist. the boeges resigned in february after garwin's mayor requesd a state audit. more than 500 people across the state have reported having shigella this year.
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shigella is a bacterial disease that spreads from person to person, typically lasting four to seven days. symptoms include diarrhea, fever, nausea, and abdominal cramps. heath officials in iowa say flu levels are relatively low throughout the state, compared to recent years. so far this flu season, roughly 20 people have been hospitalized, and two people have died. officials at the state hygienic lab in coralville say this flu season could be milder for a number of reasons. one is the milder winter. cold weather forces people indoors, where the virus can thrive. the state epidemiologist told a local official a lot of iowans have been hospitalized with "flu-like" symptoms. but many of those cases were not the flu. it's too early to tell if the low number is partially due to this season's vaccine. attorney general tom miller says he believes e- cigarettes are a safer option than cigarettes. he supports the idea the devices can help current smokers kick the habit of tobacco cigarettes.
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miller's statement, some agreeing with him and others did not. miller says he just wants people to know that e- cigarettes are not as bad for people and therefore the government should not regulate them as harshly. "there's some dispute about how much less harmful. but in the rhetoric of some people, they really equate the two and that's wrong. that's a mistake." a recent harvard university study found that vapors from e- cigarettes contain a chemical that can cause lung disease. dubuque's assistant county attorney is retiring after 31 years as a prosecutor. 63-year-old chris corken worked on a number of high-profile cases during her tenure. sometimes, those cases put her and her family in harm's way. in 1988, she says someone fire bombed her home as she worked on cross- burning cases in dubuque. during the past three decades, corken put hundreds of criminals behind bars. some of those cases were
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through jury trials, others through plea deals. she says she still carries with her-- the cases where the victims were small children. and cases where she believes justice wasn't served. corken says her greatest successes came from cases that didn't grab a lot of attention, but those where she changed people's lives. "i'll get a note from someone saying, thank you for keeping me in jail for a few weeks longer and letting me clean up. thank you for making me do this because i'll neve to be able to keep my kids, if i hadn't those were big wins for me. big big wins." corken says after retirement, she'll continue teaching criminal justice at loras college. getting a parking ticket isn't fun. but this holiday season, people in cedar rapids could settle their debt to the city and have a positive impact for those in need. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins us live in the newsroom this morning. forrest, how is all this possible? well nicole, it is called the forget the fine supply drive. and here is how it worked.
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december 23rd, people with parking tickets could give blankets, hygiene products and more equaling the value of those fines, and have them disappear. for example, a seven dollar ticket would become seven dollars worth of stuff for those in need. after the month long effort, park cedar rapids collected more than 27- hundred dollars worth of stuff. that 237 tickets forgiven. organizers came up with the idea after trying something similar with blood donations in the summer. " we just wanted to come up with a way to really give back to the community. parking citations are inherently negative. but, an important function of any parking department. we just figured it could be a good way to promote how we're connected to the community. " the stuff donated will be going to three nonprofits. horizons, waypoint and the willis dady emergency shelter. organizers thought the effort was a success. they think it's likely forget
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next year. good news, cause i've got tickets. nicole. thanks a lot forrest. hawkeye fans are flooding los angeles with the rose bowl just one day away. 15 to 20 thousand fans decked out in their black and gold rallied together yesterday at the hawkeye huddle at the los angeles convention center. lots of former hawkeyes took the stage and hyped up the crowd. ottumwa native and proud hawkeye fan, tom arnold got the most applause at the rally. he says he loves seeing all the black and gold around l-a. fans like marty polka are proud to show off their spirit. ""it's a halloween costume. i normally have lights on it. in indy i had lights on it but maybe a once in a lifetime going to the rose bowl. first time in twenty- five years, i had to put roses on it." " the hype continues today with a pep rally at the battleship u-s-s iowa.
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anyone with an iowa i-d or a university of iowa student i-d. the rose bowl game is tomorrow. the hawkeyes face the stanford cardinal with kick off shortly after four p-m, iowa time. you can see the game on e-s-p-n. and don't miss t-v nine's "countdown to kick-off". the hour-long special airs at 9 tomorrow morning, right here on kcrg-tv9. it's new year's eve, time to look back at the past year's top gadgets. and this lady might be the next great gadget of 20- 16. we'll meet nadine, the humanoid robot ahead in techbytes. good morning! it's ---. after some overnight snow
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sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight
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plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years day, with a decent weekend also still on track. have a great day! today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 7-13 winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11 iow: 13
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now here's abc's lauren lyster and kendis gibson with this morning's techbytes. trt oc new year's security is amping
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in today's "techbytes" -- our partners at yahoo! are out with their 2015 tech honors. the smartphone of the year, the iphone 6s. >> the smart watch of the year, the samsung gear s-2. the new year means one thing in the tech world. the consumer electronics show in las vegas. it's just around the corner. >> it's a big deal. it starts next wednesday. high-tech cars, the drones, wearables as well. meet your future competition. >> right now, the world's most human-like robot is working as a receptionist in singapore. nadine remembers visitors. >> her developers say it's just
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called social robots movet day, everybody. and i quit smoking with chantix. i have smoked for thirty years and by taking chantix, i was able to quit in three months. and that was amazing. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it absolutely reduced my urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. some had seizures while taking chantix. if you have any of these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of mental health problems, which could get worse or of seizures. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you have these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have heart or blood vessel problems, or develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms of a heart attack or stroke. decrease alcohol use while taking chantix. use caution when driving or operating machinery. most common side effect is nausea. i can't believe i did it. i quit smoking.
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new year's security is amping up this year. here is a live look at new york city, home to one of the biggest new year's celebrations in the world. one million people are expected in times square tonight.
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to make the celebration safe. new threats overseas are changing plans in some cities in europe. abc's megan hughes has details. in paris-the holiday street party will go on as planned, but the fireworks display has been called off-officials stressing the need for vigilance in the wake of november"s attacks which left 130 dead. juan salines, tourist from los angeles: "i was in paris the week after it happened and the thing is you can't let people like that dictate your lifestyle and your choices --this tourist is now in brussels. the mayor there also called off the fireworks. brussels authorities arrested two men this week in connection with a suspected holiday plot. recent threats overseas wont' halt celebrations here at home commissioner bill bratton, nypd: "we are not aware of any threat at this time that we deem credible. an estimated 1 million revelers expected to pack into about 20 blocks in and around times square?. the nypd is deploying 6000 heavily armed officers there?more than ever before to
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revelers. ny mos: there's only so much they can do.. ny mos: i don't really feel safe anywhere. pasedena is prepping for the rose bowl parade?feder al officials had designated it a top-tier security event even before the san bernardino attack.. more than two dozen federal agencies are joining forces with local police to protect the 700,000 people expected to attend. the vegas strip?also on high alert. with more than 300,000 people expected on the streets. police from coast to coast sharing a similar message: nypd sot - sot-o'neill: people should feel safe because we're there. tag: the ny mayor is also touting another not- so secret weapon -a new task force made up of 500 officers working fulltime on counterterro rism. megan hughes abc news washington. one cedar rapids woman is doing some after- christmas shopping. and the best part is, she's getting some major pieces of furniture -- all for free. here's a live look on our city cam. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your new year's eve forecast.
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meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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first alert forecast. after some overnight snow shower activity, the sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures
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and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight snow should melt itself away. plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years day, with a decent weekend also still on track. have a great day! today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 7-13 winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11
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one tipton daycare stands out among the rest for going above and beyond. the daycare received a national award for its work with special needs
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stay with your 24-hour news source.
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good morning on this new year's eve. this is a live look at new york city as it prepares for the big ball drop tonight. it's december 31st and here's what you need to know today. with the cold temperatures today, auto shops want to remind you that cars break down faster in the cold and to keep up your maintenance during the winter. people who work with domestic violence victims in cedar rapids are grateful for the new "safe at home" program. it helps keep victims' addresses anonymous. three cedar rapids non- profits are reaping the benefits from parking tickets. officials forgave tickets if car
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"forget the fine supply drive" large new year's celebrations around the world -- and that includes the rose bowl in pasadena. and hawkeye fans in pasadena and in eastern iowa are getting excited just one day out from the big game against stanford. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. after some overnight snow shower activity, the sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight snow should melt itself away. plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years
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weekend also still on track. have a great day!today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 7-13 winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11 iow: 13 a cedar rapids agency that helps domestic abuse victims is launching a new "safe at home" program tomorrow. this year, state lawmakers passed legislation that allows domestic abuse and sexual assault victims set up a legal post office box address for government records. waypoint services says the program will provide more anonymity for victims who are trying to hide their information from abusers. one of waypoint's victim advocates says clients often need help
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48:26-:37 "especially when you think about how often you put your address down on applications, different programs, resources, community buildings, that sort of thing, that have your address on file." " the iowa secretary of state's office started accepting applications for the "safe at home" program last week. cedar rapids police are investigating an armed robbery at a gas station on the northeast side. they say someone with a gun robbed the b-p station on first avenue shortly before 9 then ran away before police arrived. no one was hurt. a state engineer who was fired two years ago for giving sexually inappropriate homemade buttons to a co-worker is getting his job back. bruce flippin will be back at his 91-thousand dollar a year job with the iowa d-n-r on monday. an administrative law judge decided flippin did violate d-n-r rules, but his firing wasn't justified. he will also get about two years
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173-thousand dollars. temperatures feel more like they should this time of year. that means homeless shelters will be enacting their emergency plans more often. shelters initiated emergency plans during monday's winter storm. the three shelters in cedar rapids and one emergency location provided places to stay for a half dozen people. willis dady executive director phoebe trepp says everything went as planned. she says it's important for the shelters to work together during the frigid temperatures. "it's heartbreaking to see people outside with nowhere to go when it's so cold, and it's so dangerous to be sleeping outside with the wind and the snow, and the ice. it just causes so many health problems, and fatalities, and that's really what we're all trying to avoid." trepp says before the next storm, they'll find volunteers for the overflow location, and get the word out to those who need services. people in need have more
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cedar rapids got out of parking tickets. it's a win-win program to forgive tickets for a donation to a shelter. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins me at the desk this morning. forrest, this program worked pretty well? forget the fine lived up to it's name. but if you really want to get a sense of how well it worked, look at this. what your looking at is a massive pile of blankets, kids clothes, hygiene products and a lot of other stuff. in all, more than 27- hundred dollars worth of donated stuff for people in need. all of that is equal to 237 forgiven tickets. here's how it worked. from november 23rd to december 23rd, if you had a parking ticket, you'd donate an equal amount of goods and the citation would disappear. for instance, a seven dollar ticket becomes seven dollars of help. organizers think they'll do it again next year. " i think so. i think that this was successful enough program. we also wanted to display our strong
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community partnerships. i think it's something that we will entertain again in the future. " the items donated went to three different nonprofits. the willis dady emergency shelter, waypoint and horizons, a family service. this isn't the first time that park cedar rapids has tried something like this. over the summer, the group offered to forget tickets if people donated blood. unfortunately, i didn't think to give it a try. nicole? yeah. thanks a lot forrest. a daycare program in tipton that includes children with special needs is attention. tipton adaptive daycare began working with kids who have special behavioral or physical needs 10 years ago. last year, the daycare moved from a home setting to a larger commercial building in tipton. child care aware of america picked this program as
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care provider of the month for november. director deborah vandergaast , who is also a registered nurse, says many visitors might not know of the special needs focus. "this is not meant to look like a hospital or a special education classroom it's supposed to be integrated so they can participate in the program at their best ability with their non disabled peers." vandergaast says this daycare stocks more medical supplies than at a regular daycare. about one third of the children at the daycare have special needs. a waterloo woman who was one of 53 people iran held as hostages will get a share of up to four point four million dollars in compensation. it's through a spending bill that president obama signed into law earlier this month. kathryn koob was working as director of the iran- america center in late 1979. that's when a group of students supporting the iranian revolution took over the u-s embassy in teheran, holding koob and others hostage. iran released koob and the other
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days later in 1981. she says she's not sure how much money she'll receive for the hostage crisis, or exactly when she will get it. a cedar rapids woman has 10-thousand dollars to spend on new furniture after a national sweepstakes. phelan's interiors presented the award to kathleen billington yesterday morning. it's good for 10-thousand dollars in thomasville furniture. billington says when she got the call telling her she'd won, she thought they had the wrong number. she says she has a few ideas of what to get with her prize. "we need a couple recliners, an occasional chair. stacy and i have done a little looking in the store and online looking at maybe a new buffet for the dining room." billington says she hasn't made up her mind yet on exactly what she'll buy. she's just having fun shopping. it's the last day of 2015, which means many will be celebrating the new year tonight at midnight. and the iowa state patrol is prepared.
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extra troopers out for new year's celebration safety. through the weekend, the extra troopers will crack down on intoxicated drivers. able to stay awake until midnight can still celebrate the new year today. lots of places will celebrate "noon year's eve" today. this is video from last year's "noon year's eve" party at the downtown cedar rapids public library. it's hosting another party today. the iowa children's museum in coralville, the marion public library and the ely public library all have celebrations, too. the clock is ticking until the big rose bowl game in pasadena. we'll check in with the tv-9's sports team - celebrating with hawkeye fans in california. that includes one famous iowan who loves his black and gold. up next... this morning's weather wise question. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up right after the break.
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first alert storm team
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joins us now. after some overnight snow
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sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight snow should melt itself away. plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years day, with a decent weekend also still on track. have a great day!today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow
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winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11 iow: 13 thanks kaj. renters in iowa city usually
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their way to recycle anything. now one woman is on a mission to make sure tenants have an easier time if they want to recycle. that's coming up in a few minutes. stay with us. a proposed ordinance in iowa
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landlords to provide recycling services to tenants. right now, the city only provides recycling pick up to buildings with less than four units. but about 45 percent of apartments are in larger buildings. most of those renters must drive recyclables to drop-off centers if they don't want to throw item away. city workers say a 2012 pilot program shows the rule would be inexpensive. and it would help divert more than five thousand tons of trash from the landfill each year. 06:41:01 "i was so wrong about the cost of this, and that's been something we've talked about for decades - it's going to be really expensive for apartment owners to go to the system, but in the pilot project it was actually only $2.57 cents per unit. " right now, the ordinance is still a draft. jordan hopes to present the proposal to council in early 20-16. the housing market in cedar
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now than it was a year ago because cedar rapids has had fewer home foreclosures. and more homeowners are making their mortgage payments on time. data from corelogic show the city's foreclosure rate in october was zero point nine percent. that's down from october 2014, when the foreclosure rate was zero point 94 percent. corelogic data also shows the 90-day delinquency rate was just over two percent in october. that's down from more than two and a half percent a year earlier. a retired national park service employee will serve probation and will publicly apologize to native american tribes for stealing ancient remains. thomas munson, the former superintenden t of the effigy mounds national monument north of macgregor, is expected to plead guilty to embezzlement next week. the plea agreement recommends that he pay 108-thousand dollars to cover the cost of the government's investigation. in the plea deal, he admits he took two boxes of prehistoric human remains in 1990 from the national
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you can almost feel the excitement in the air when you're surrounded by hawkeye fans. they're ready to see a win during the rose bowl in pasadena, california. " 4:53:40 i don't really care about any other sports team. i'm not huge into any other sports. but iowa football is just like religion. " some are watching with family or friends while others are still making last-minute trips to california. as part of the preparations many are searching for the perfect shirt to wear. stores in iowa city say they've been packed with people looking for rose bowl merchandise. a pair of sisters visiting iowa city say it's pretty quiet near the university. " 4:46:40 iowa fans travel well, so they are all out in pasadena. and we would have been there if the tickets were available " hawkeye fans are flooding southern california ready to cheer on their team in the rose bowl. the big game is tomorrow. tv-9's scott saville and scott westerberg caught up with the hawkeye marching band and
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good morning from the rose bowl i'm scott saville along with scott westerberg. we had a busy day yesterday. we got to go to band practice and they practice just as hard as the players, scott. it's pretty intense. it's hours and hours getting ready for the big game, and you actually got a taste of what it was like. i got to participate with the golden girl. she throws that baton about 30 feet in the air to catch it and she's a little nervous going into the game cause she knows all eyes will be on her and she doesn't want to drop that baton. yeah, i'd be real nervous. i'm glad it's not me. the hawkeye fans are here in full force and you went to a big pep rally last night. yeah, the hawkeye huddle at the convention center. 15-20,000 people and one big iowa celebrity who is a huge hawkeye fan. "i was in beverly hill earlier today, packed with iowa guys with fleece pullovers that say "iowa" and you see all those fancy kardashian
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'whatever,' but it makes me so proud." and the partying continues today. i'll be out at the uss iowa battleship for a big party they're having. don't let anybody go overboard, that wouldn't be good. i hope they have a lot of life jackets. i'll also feature iowa kicker marshall koehn. it could come down to his golden leg to win the rose bowl. back to you in cedar rapids. the rose bowl game is tomorrow with kick off shortly after four p-m iowa time. the 12-and-1 hawkeyes face the 11-and-2 stanford cardinal. you can see the game on e-s-p-n. and don't miss t-v nine's "countdown to kick-off" earlier in the day. the hour-long special airs at 9 a-m, right here on kcrg-tv9. " " here's what you need to know as
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door on this new year's eve. it's going to get cold tonight. auto repair shop workers say the cold temperatures make cars break down faster and it's very important to keep up car maintenance during winter. mechanics are hard at work fixing brakes, alternators, and replacing tires which all deteriorate in the cold. there are lots of ways that kids can get in on the new year's celebrations today. several places around eastern iowa are hosting "noon year's eve." the iowa children's museum in coralville, the downtown cedar rapids public library and the marion public library all have events today for the young ones. because tonight is new year's eve, the iowa state patrol wants you to be extra safe with your celebrations. more troopers will be on the roads checking for drunk drivers. remember to designate a driver and buckle up. now, one last look at this
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after some overnight snow shower activity, the sky will rapidly clear. given temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s and a good portion of the day turning sunny, most of the overnight snow should melt itself away. plan on a chilly evening if you are heading out to ring in the new year with midnight temperatures around 10 degrees. wind chills will likely be near zero during the evening as well. plan on a nice new years day, with a decent weekend also still on track. have a great day! today: becoming sunny high: 19-25 winds: w 5-15 alo: 19 dbq: 22 iow: 24tonight: partly cloudy low: 6-12 winds: w 5-15 alo: 8 dbq: 9 iow: 12tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 20-26 winds: w 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 24 iow: 27tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 7-13 winds: w 5-15 alo: 10 dbq: 11 iow: 13 we certainly hope your is
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good morning america is next. and we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. also make sure to join us at eleven for the kcrg-
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