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good monday morning. its 5 o'clock on january 4th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder
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weather is likely from sunday through at least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. thanks kaj. dubuque police are investigating a shooting this morning. police say they responded to 942 main street at about 11:45 last night. they say one person was injured, but should be okay. we do have a crew on the way to the scene to find out more information. rescue crews in johnson county will start their search back up later today for a missing canoer. first responders were looking for the person yesterday afternoon after their boat capsized in the coralville reservoir. the johnson county sheriff's
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responded to a report of the capsized boat around 2-45. a 9-1-1 caller reported seeing the canoe with 2 people in it capsize near bobbers grill. investigators say bystanders were able to pull one person to safety before rescue teams arrived. that person went to u-i-h- c. deputies have not released that person's condition. several fire departments and the metro area dive team were on scene for hours. they stopped their search last night, but said they will pick it up again today. responders in southeast wisconsin have found the bodies of four canoers who went missing over the weekend. police in walworth county, southwest of milwaukee, received a missing persons report around 11:00 yesterday morning. police say the 4 men from illinois were last seen leaving a house around 2:00 a-m and never came back. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com.
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morning making sure missourians have clean water. those troops are in high ridge missouri which is just southwest of st. louis. last week, more than 10 inches of rain fell causing rivers to swell and leaving several communities under water. 24 people have died in missouri and illinois from the flooding. it's also contaminated this water treatment plant in high ridge. soldiers work in two twelve hour shifts pumping clean water from neighboring town fire hydrants and transporting that water to high ridge water towers. the water from the hydrants is clean, but must be boiled before drinking. soldiers say the people there have waved, honked, and said thank you as they drive by. the missouri national guard says it is also very thankful for iowa's help. "we're very happy to have neighbors like iowa to come and help in a situation like this. whenever there's such a large need there's only so much you can do, sometimes you have to ask for help and we're
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the troops will spend the next few days transporting and building a water purification system for the towns 65 hundred residents in need. the iowa division of criminal investigation is looking into a fatal shooting in chickasaw county. several law enforcement agencies responded to the 100 block of saint lawrence street in nashua around 4:30 saturday afternoon. nashua police officers found a 56-year-old man dead with a gunshot wound. k-i-m-t in mason city reports it may have been an accidental shooting. authorities have not released his name. body camera policies at iowa police departments are not meeting national standards. that's according to a report from the des moines register. the register reviewed polices at eight different law enforcement agencies. the review found the departments fall short when it comes to transparency of the programs. the review also showed the public did not have input into developing the
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cedar rapids police say a policy on body cameras will be shared with community groups when a final draft is finished. president obama is launching a final-year push on gun control this week. he will meet with attorney general loretta lynch today to discuss options for tougher gun restrictions. he's expected to announce a new executive action with the goal of expanding background checks on gun sales. the executive actions will likely come ahead of the president's state of the union address on january 12th. president obama will join c-n-n's anderson cooper for a one-hour, live town hall event on the issue on thursday. most republicans opposed the president's previous calls for universal background checks. democrats had mixed feelings on the issue. one virginia gun sale owner gave her opinion. "i think it's reasonable to have background checks. and i think in -- i don't think that we should do away with all background checks, but i don't think
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gun sale in the country, i think we will end up making the list that they are so desperately been trying to get for decades-- that's so they can confiscate our firearms " some republican presidential candidates have said they will overturn any actions the president may make the second amendment. a waterloo business is closing its doors by the end of february. pier 1 imports says it's closing the store at the crossroads center mall. according to the waterloo-cedar falls courier, the 9-thousand square foot store is already advertising a liquidation sale. a pier 1 executive says they were looking at the efficiency of its stores when it decided to close the waterloo location. hawkeyes fans across the state were likely holding onto their own superstitions or good luck charms during friday's rose bowl matchup with stanford. one newton woman's
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charm was her medal she earned for playing in the rose bowl for the hawkeyes nearly 60 years ago. she has worn that medal proudly for every hawkeye game since 1957, but it went missing around thanksgiving last year. w-o-i's claire powell has the story. "anyone who knows me knows about my rose bowl medal" take one look around dorothy carpenters home "we're certainly a family of hawkeye fans" there's no doubt. shes a hawkeye. and has been since 1956 when she joined the famous scottish highlanders, an all female bagpipe and drumming band. "oh im right here, third snare" as fate has it, her first year at iowa, the hawks made it to pasedena. "was of course that magical football season for the hawkeyes to get to go to the rose bowl for the very first time" the band played on their train ride out, in the parade, at halftime and on the rides back. and after it all, they got this medal. carpenter has worn it nearly every day since. "i consider it a good luck charm too. i wear it to all teh games" that was until the monday before
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nearly 60 years later. she went to the grocery store with it on... "the chain was there, the link was on the chain, teh medal itself is gone. i could not imagine, what on earth, how i couldve lost it" so she put an ad in the paper and crossed her fingers. "lost and found, reward if found and my undying gratitude and my phone number" as she was figuring it was in a pawn shop somewhere, her phone rang. " this womans voice. please call, i have something important to tell you. that was all. could it possibly be... that shes calling about my rose bowl medal..." fate struck again. "she was absolutely excited about finding me as i was about her finding my medal,. i had really lost all hope" looking back makes her laugh "too much stuff..." even though she's not making another trip to pasadena, she thinks the medals return a sign. good luck is on it's way. just like 1957. "....i have a good feeling" w-o-i's claire powell with that
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story. like many hawkeyes, carpenter said she considered going to pasadena for this year's rose bowl. but she decided to stay home so she could catch all of the bowl games on friday. the recent severe weather in texas caused a big mess in several cities. but it also impacted the dairy industry in that state.
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with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder weather is likely from sunday
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least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder
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least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. plan on a seasonable january day with highs it's the new year and farmers
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to the 20-16 planting season. in today's agribusiness report, a u-s-d-a economist gives his predictions on how much corn and soybeans farmers should plant. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning!
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good morning this is the agribusiness report. i'm david geiger. ---- the environmental protection agency failed to deliver on risk assessments for atrazine.. glyphosate andimidaclopri d in 2015.. they say they have delayed the risk assessments until early 2016 to address glyphosate.. after the recent report from the international agency for research on cancer or i-arc's classification of glyphosate as a probable carcinogen. the agency is holding the reports to incorporate new data.. the e-p-a previously said glyphosate is safe.. ---- this
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last year there was increased funding for the army corps of engineers for the upper mississippi river basin.. and that could have been just what was needed.. there's near-record and out-of-season flooding this year.. the mississippi was forcast to crest high enough to rival the floods of 1993.. but there's more money to work with this time around.. the corps received nearly 6 billion dollars, which was 27 percent more than the presedents budget.. on top of that inland water way trust fund projects.. got record funding of four hundred five million dollars. even then the corps of engineers will be stretched. "this will go a long way toward helping to finish construction down the road and help move that construction time forward. and also to focus on the ailing infrastructure, which is in great need of capitalization on our nations rivers" colbert says the latest funding combined with the 20-14 water resources reform and development act should help speed up modernization
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calls underfunded for too long.. ---- even though harvest is done and crops are sold, 2016 planting decisions are still moving forward. last year there were much more soybeans planted than corn... but both could decrease with low crop prices.. analysts are already trying to predict how many acres will be planted.. in an interview for the u-s-d-a their chief economist gave an early preview.. "we would expect to see fewer acres being planted into soybeans in 2016. right now we're estimating that to be around 82 million acres going into soybeans. that's about a million lower than it was last year. on the other hand, we would expect producers to plant roughly 90 million acres of corn about 2 million more than we saw planted this year." johansson expects lower acres for sorgum, barley, and wheat.. however despite low cotton prices.. it might get a million more acres planted next year.. in all.. acres planted could be down as much as a million and a half total acres.. ---- the winter storm from last week that rolled
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20 thousand head of cattle according to new mexico state university.. it's extension's robert hagevoort estimates a five percent loss of milking cows and double that on young-stock.. however.. total losses cannot be reported until farmers can dig their cattle out.. some of which have been buried in their pens by snow drifts. there have been reports that those snow drifts have helped insulate some calves from the cold weather with many instances of them being found alive but hungry. new mexico did declare a state of emergency but the farm service agency is the only agency that can help farmers financially. ---- and that's i have for you.. thanks for joining us.. 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 geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.22 oc webtease dairy farmers in west texas say they look a big hit in last week's deadly round of severe storms. more than half of the state's biggest milk- producing farms were in the path of the storm.
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farmers lost thousands of cows, and that may put a strain on the state's future milk supply. now, farmers say all they can do is adapt to their new situation. " we've been adapting for hundreds of years raising cattle in this neck of the woods. all they can do is adapt, how they can do better, how they can ensure that their operation is more profitable and safe and healthy thru the next storm to come" the blizzard also caused many cows to get injured or killed as they stepped over one another while they were trapped in pens. experts say it could take up to a year for dairy production to get back to normal. several years ago, the only "brace-faces" were teenagers embarrassed to have all that metal in their mouth. now more men and women in their adult years are investing in straighter teeth. that's coming up in today's healthy life. plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we
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it's ---. plan on a seasonable january
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back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we
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should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder weather is likely from sunday through at least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest
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when you think of the typical patient in an orthodontist's office, an awkward middle schooler comes to mind. but the typical face of braces is changing and getting older. adults are seeking dental perfection in record numbers. and as martie salt shows us, it brings new challenges to both patient and orthodontist. felicia baldwin has a lot of reasons to smile. .and her age is only one of them. "i'm in a dance group, so you have to be able to smile.
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and i was getting very self-conscious about smiling." n baldwin's rockettes- style dance troupe, the straighter the kick the better, but straight teeth and a winning smile are just as essential. so baldwin joined more than a million other adults this year. .and made an appointment with an orthodontist. "many of these folks had children, they provided orthodontic care for them, paid for it, now they're ready to do something for themselves." lately, a third of the patients in tate jackson's office are adults. they're attracted to discreet options like clear aligners and back-of-the-teeth braces. but once in a while a patient like annmarie heffernan says 'bring on the tinsel grin jokes.' "here i am 52 with braces and i did all the funky colors. so, green, never do because it looks like, they're like, 'you have
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something in your teeth.'" jackson says adults face challenges that kids do not. decades of dental work, like fillings, root canals and crowns can make it tough to achieve pearly perfection. "sometimes because the jaws aren't growing we're just a little more limited in how far we can actually move the teeth." but for heffernan, the added self- confidence made two years with braces worth it. baldwin has eight months to go and can't wait for the last band to come out. i'm martie salt reporting. trt1.36 oc std. two cities in black hawk county will be welcoming new mayors this month. one of the mayors is making history as he is sworn into office today. stay with your 24 hour
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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. lake search. rescue crews will return
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this morning to look for a missing canoer after a boat capsized in the coralville reservoir. lending a helping hand. members of the iowa national guard are in missouri to help provide clean drinking water to flood victims. and a look ahead. state legislators will be in des moines in one week and they have specific goals they want to reach. you're looking live on our city cam this morning. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on.
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later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder weather isikely from sunday through at least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. thanks kaj. dubuque police are investigating a shooting this morning. police say they responded to 942 main street at about 11:45 last night. they say one injured. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live in dubuque this morning. forrest, police haven't said much yet? that's right brady and nicole.
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so far we do know the person injured is likely to be okay. but the shooting was several hours ago and police are still on scene here. if you take a look... several hours ago and police are still on scene here. if you take a look... rescue crews in johnson county
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search today for a missing canoer. first responders were looking for the person yesterday afternoon after the boat capsized in the coralville reservoir. the johnson county sheriff's office responded to a report of the capsized boat around 2:45 pm. a caller into 9-1-1 reported seeing the canoe with 2 people inside turn over near bobbers grill. investigators say bystanders were able to pull one person to safety before rescue teams arrived. that person was taken to u-i-h-c for treatment. deputies have not released that person's condition. several fire departments and the metro area dive team were on scene for hours, working in below freezing air
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temperatures and extremely cold water. they stopped their search last night, but said they will resume sometime today. at least 24 people have died from the flooding in missouri and illinois. and even more are struggling because of lack of drinkable water. dozens from the iowa national guard are helping with water purification outside of st. louis as the water is finally pulling back. kcrg-tv9's brea love is in missouri with the latest on clean-up. these troops are on their third day of hard work, and its been non stop since they arrived january 1st. cg-2nd. lieutenant kenneth voorhees - iowa national guard- sot "when we arrived here we just go settled in. we had pretty much a couple hours off, and we started up at 3 in the morning" 3 in the morning until 3 at night.. troops are working in 12 hour shifts to make sure high ridge residents are regaining a necessity. within the last 72 hours they've run 174,000 gallons of purified water. sot " they have pumps hooked up to the fire hydrants and
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basically a fire hose runs, and we fill the hippos, water tanks on the back of the trucks and we have pumps on the back of the hippos, that will pump them into a tank, and into the water tower." the water from the hydrants is completely clean, but not suitable for drinking. the town is under a boil order, but lieutenant voorhees says residents very thankful. sot "there have been a lot of honks, and waves, and thank yous as people drive by." he says being out here and experience the need shows its importance. sot "just seeing the signs that say conserve water, and going into gas stations you cant get a fresh cup of coffee because they can't serve anything with water. it just really puts things into perspective that they do really need this water, because it is a dyer issue." that's why they are doing all they can. sot "we also are running the water purification system those guys have just setting that up today, they got approval for the site, so they are working on getting that set up." tv-9's brea love with that story. the troops will be there over
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the next few days focusing on transporting water, and building that purification system. the new year brings the start of a new iowa legislative session. that's one week from today. for the past 5 years, the legislature has been split between republicans and democrats, with republican terry branstad as governor. this year, the democrats control the senate with a narrow margin, 26 to 24. republicans hold the majority in the house, 57 to 43. an issue that occupied a lot of time during the 2015 session was k-through-12 education funding. another issue lawmakers will still likely be at odds over, is the change in iowa's medicaid program. new mayors are set to take over in black hawk county this month. in waterloo, quentin hart will begin a 2-year term in the mayor's office with a ceremony at the city council meeting at 5:30 tonight. african-american election against former mayor tim hurley
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brown will take over for long-time mayor, jon crews. brown also won a run-off election in december but crews dropped out before the runoff. crews had served as mayor of cedar falls 3 separate times going back to 1971. while local politicians take office in eastern iowa today, several presidential candidates will speak to voters. two at the high end of the polls for the republicans will start multi-city tours today. ted cruz opens a 6-day, 36-county bus tour today. he is scheduled to be in eastern iowa on saturday in allamakee, bremer, clayton, and fayette counties. florida senator marco rubio has been polling third in iowa. he'll be in burlington today and cedar rapids on tuesday, with a visit to the cedar rapids marriott planned for 8 a-m. for the democrats, former secretary of state hillary clinton will appear in cedar rapids today at the new bo city market. that will happen between stops in davenport and des moines. she's scheduled to
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be at the newbo city market at 3 p-m today. at any one time, there are thousands of patients on a list waiting for a kidney transplant. a monticello woman found herself on that list a few years ago, but the generosity of her family and an anonymous donor saved her. it was a part of a paired donor program. doctors at the university of iowa say they're helping to cut down on the wait time for people in dire need of new organs. debbie hein's problems started after an alaskan cruise 3 years ago. "i started feeling sick to my stomach all the time."after testing, doctors told her it wasn't a virus she'd caught or something she'd eaten on the trip, but kidney failure. "i ended up on dialysis, which was a real shock." debbie endured 3 years of dialysis, and was placed on a constantly-growing waiting list for a transplant.
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go around; about 100 patients are added to the waiting list every day."to make matters worse, debbie has type-o blood, the most common. her husband mark and her sister teresa, both of whom elected to donate a kidney, have type ab. to solve this incompatibility , teresa, who debbie calls "her angel," entered into a paired donor program. "the anonymous donor donates to a donor recipient pair whose donor is incompatible. that donor, in turn, donates to someone else, and if you keep this going, there becomes a never-ending chain." meaning that even when teresa's kidney couldn't work for debbie, it did work for someone else. "she was my paired donor. she donated a kidney, so that i could receive a kidney." but debbie's struggle wasn't over, as doctors found something completely new during surgery. "they discovered that i had some spots on my liver." it turned out to a slow- growing malignancy. a devastating blow, but one that forced her and her family to fight even harder. "i didn't want to let my sister down, because she gave so much that i didn't want to give up." only a few months after her kidney surgery, debbie got a new liver. "i've gotten stronger and better every day." all of that, just in time to enjoy the holidays with the family she loves so much. "we just kept fighting, and here we are. we're still here,
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and we're going to enjoy that family." those looking to get rich quick might consider buying a powerball ticket this week. the jackpot is reaching historic levels and would make quite the new year's payday. people are taking advantage of
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plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely into thursday and friday. this is a messy system
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accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder weather is likely from sunday through at least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. thanks kaj. plan on a seasonable january day with highs back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a little more active, perhaps as early as wednesday evening with a rain/snow mix becoming likely
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into thursday and friday. this is a messy system and while wintry accumulations do appear low, we will probably see impacts on the roadways. a quick heads up - much colder weather is likely from sunday through at least next wednesday. this air will be the coldest of the season so far. thanks kaj.
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pump. and there's good news for drivers. experts say the price could keep falling. stay with your 24 hour news
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investors hope for a better day of trading to start 20-16 than how they ended 20-15. and drivers could continue to see low gas prices for quite some time. gas prices ended the year at the lowest level since 2009. many expect the price could fall to a national average of 1.79 a gallon in the next month. experts blame the slow winter driving season and an oversupplied oil market for the price drop. u-s shale production has boosted global output despite weak overseas demand. and saudi arabia has not cut production. tesla announced that it broke the 50 thousand mark in deliveries of
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electric vehicles last year. the consumer electronics show in las vegas could bring other companies with long-range electric cars to the market. the number of vehicles tesla delivered last year shows just how dominant the company is compared with its competitors. and no one won the 340 million dollar prize in saturday's powerball drawing. that means wednesday's jackpot will be an estimated 400 million dollars. that would make it the largest jackpot since september 18, 2013. a south carolina winner won the sixth largest prize in powerball history -- 399 point four million dollars. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam.
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back into the mid-20s. overall, it should be pretty decent. we'll start off with clouds and we should see them scatter out as the day goes on. later tonight into tomorrow, the wind will come back around leading to a week that'll be mainly in the 30s from tuesday on through friday. our weather does get a
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perhapsthanks kaj. here's a look at today's top
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rescue crews will continue to search today for a missing canoer on the coralville reservoir. the two-person boat capsized yesterday afternoon near bobbers grill. bystanders pulled one person to safety before rescue teams arrived. crews took that person to uihc for treatment. the iowa national guard is hard at work making sure the residents of high ridge, missouri have clean water. the flooding there knocked out the town's clean water plant. troops say people in the town are thankful for the help from iowa. they will stay in the area for a few more days providing the clean water.
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down, rumors start to fly around about coaching staff changes. ... there are some reports that iowa linebackers coach jim reid may be heading back east to become boston college's defensive coordinator. he was the d-coordinator for the eagles in 1994. he's a massachusset ts native as well. he's been on iowa's coaching staff since 2012. ... northern iowa defensive back deiondre hall has been invited to the nfl scouting combine. he finished with 82 tackles, six interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown. he's also been invited to the shrine game and the senior bowl. ... former hawkeye wide receivers marvin mcnutt, kevonte martin-manley and keenan davis held a skills camp today at the u.s. cellular center. the camp is called playmakersu offensive skills instruction. the kids did all kinds of route running, which these guys were known for at iowa. the hawkeye trio hopes to make this camp a weekly event. "we want to give back and try
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to help all these kids going up because it's something that i didn't have growing up here. as a young guy, i never had someone coaching me on the skill sets that i needed to be a receiver. so i think giving back and skill specific work, i think it's great." "it's honestly a dream come true. playmakersu, it was originally started in pontiac, michigan, my hometown. and for me to see the progress of it going from starting in pontiac and coming here with me, keenan and marvin to iowa, it's really a dream come true." "it's one of those things where you have a route you like to run. so when you hear it, you say, 'let me show the kids how to run this one.' it's just fun and that's part of it, and then to be able to give something back doing what we love is huge." trt: 48 oc: "what we love is huge" ... former hawkeye tight end tony moeaki has had a very quiet year in atlanta with just one reception on the season. ... falcons closed out the season against new
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orleans ... matt ryan with the bootleg and moeaki is wide open... he goes down the far sideline... lowers the shoulder right at the end for the 42-yard touchdown... nice way to end the season ... vikings and the packers... 3rd quarter, teddy bridgewater tries to get rid of the ball, but former hawkeye micah hyde comes up with a spectacular catch... watch again, hyde catches it one-handed, back-handed... that's his 3rd interception of the year, 2nd one in as many weeks ... women's college basketball... northern iowa hosting southern illinois ... 1st half action, amber sorenson splashes in a three... she finished with 18 points... panthers down 21-19 ... a little bit later... iowa city west grad mikaela morgan nails the three-ball corner pocket to give uni a one-point lead ... benton community grad madison weekly had a career game finishing with a team-high 28 points... nearly brining the panthers back, but they come up short 65-60 ... women's college basketball, florida hosting mississippi state ... iowa city high grad haley lorenzen hits the baseline jumper in the 2nd
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quarter for the gators ... d quarter, haley from basically the same spot... she's all money on that bucket... she finished with 8 points and 7 rebounds... florida lost a close one, 76- 70 ... tomorrow for on iowa live, we have former hawkeyes lew montgomery, keenan davis and kevonte martin-manley. also, the kennedy girls basketball team.
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good monday morning. we're looking live from on our citycam. it's january 4th and here's what you need to know today. police in dubuque are investigating a shooting on main street that sent one person to the hospital. rescue crews will continue to search for a canoer missing in the coralville reservoir. the boat capsized yesterday. onlookers rescued the other person in the canoe. members of the iowa national guard are hard at work just outside st. louis, missouri providing drinkable water to
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