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plan on more fog in the area along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through sunday. plan on wind chills nearing -20 by sunday morning!today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy
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winds: nw 20-30 alo: 0 dbq: 4 iow: 5 in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. dubuque police says they now consider an ongoing death investigation suspicious. officers responded to 29-44 jackson street after a disturbance call monday. inside the home, they found 72-year-old gary breckenridge's body. no one else was inside the home. the state medical examiner's office is conducting an autopsy. a correctional officer at anamosa state penitentiary is recovering after an inmate assaulted him. the department of corrections identified the inmate as taylor denney. the unidentified correctional officer went to the jones regional medical center for treatment, but he's expected to make a full recovery. denney, who is 23, is serving a 15-year sentence for arson and escape. security staff immediately restrained denney and put him into a segregation unit. police in keokuk are working with police in hamilton, illinois to see if home invasions in the two cities are related. police say they found 32 year
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home in keokuk shot three time early yesterday morning. the house was in the 300 block of belknap boulevard. police say two suspects were driving away from the home in a car. a similar robbery happened across the river half an hour earlier. no word yet on how the victim is doing. 41 year old mendel holmes faces a felony charge. police say he tried to use a fake 100-dollar bill at the kum and go at mount vernon road wednesday morning. police caught the 41-year- old during a traffic stop because he matched the description of the person who used the fake bill. police in both cedar rapids and iowa city say they're investigating a rash of fake 100-dollar bills that have been showing up at area businesses. the next iowa legislative session starts on monday. johnson county lawmakers laid out their plans for the upcoming legislative session. their priorities include passing k- through-12 school funding
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session. and looking into the effects of privatizing medicaid. "06:11:35 there's still some uncertainty around governor branstad's medicaid program, and it affects seniors all over iowa. there's a lot of concern whether we'll be able to go march 1. we heard some of that anxiety and concern today " governor branstad will deliver his annual condition of the state address tuesday. stay with tv-9 and kcrg dot com for coverage of the start of the legislative session. while the state's changes in medicare are a big concern for many, thousands of people in iowa are not insured. and the deadline for the affordable care act sign up is coming up. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live in the newsroom this morning. forrest, when are those deadlines? if you want health insurance under the affordable care act by february, you need to sign up by next friday. and if you want to avoid a penalty that big deadline is january 31st.
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depending on which is bigger, up to $2,085 bucks or 2.5% of your annual household income. you'll have to pay those dollars in your 2016 taxes. if you think you can't afford insurance, you'd be surprised. the specialists at unitypoint st. luke's said many who apply through the online marketplace qualify for tax sharing or premium subsidies. that means a lot of savings. " eight out of ten people, when they apply through the marketplace, typically pay $100 or less for their premiums each month. that's once they have the tax credits to help with those premiums. " in iowa, six percent are uninsured. linn county has the second highest concentration, 11,280 people. most are men, 18 to 34 years old. to find coverage, the computer savvy can head to healthcare dot gov and use that online marketplace. if a phone sounds better, try 1-800-318-2596.
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as few as ten minutes to get signed up. nicole? thanks a lot forrest. the university of iowa is asking students to not bring hoverboards to campus when they return next week. they're not allowing hoverboards because of concerns about them starting on fire. students aren't be allowed to use or have hoverboards in residence halls, university- owned apartments or dining halls. "fire safety concern is primary, i know people are having accidents because they don't know how to control them, that's really not our concern, our concern is the batteries, the possibility of them starting a fire and when you have a lot of students in a smaller space, whatever happens in one room is probably going to impact others as well." university officials urged students who had hoverboards on campus last month to take them home over break. drake university officials are considering a similar ban. students say they are surprised, despite the safety concerns. drake administrator s say they hope to make a final decision on whether to ban
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iowa city businesses are gearing up for the largest downtown street construction project in more than a decade. starting this spring, the city will completely replace the street surface and sidewalk on washington street between clinton and linn streets. the city will shut down washington in phases and will try to keep the sidewalks open as much as possible. business owners say the work will be a pain, but they admit, it's long overdue. "those of us who love downtown we were down here everyday, and we don't really look down, we don't look at the sidewalk and see how divited it is and we don't look at the bottom of the light poles and see how rusted they are. " the city plans to start the five million dollar project on april 11th. construction at the iowa city hall building is taking longer than expected. the city is bringing the building up to specifications of the americans with disability act. to do that, it had to close the main entrance to city hall on washington street. that's the entrance for the police department, city hall
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desk. you can still access the building through other entrances. a new budget plan for the cedar rapids public libraries means each one will close one day a week. the library board approved cutting more than 450-thousand dollars from next year's budget at a meeting last night. the move comes after voters rejected a tax levy in november. the cuts mean closing the downtown library on sundays, and the ladd library on saturdays. both libraries would also close earlier each evening, monday through thursday. the city council still needs to approve the budget. the marion public library wants to motivate kids to become big readers at a young age. several hundred children are signed up for a program called one thousand books before kindergarten. it encourages kids to build vocabulary and learn about narrative structure by reading lots of books with their parents. kids can achieve ten different levels by reading more books. "i think that the parents have really enjoyed having
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because it's something that i think a lot of parents know they should be doing but if they don't have a routine that keeps them going it can kind of fall by the wayside, but i think a lot of families are really enjoying it." the program's first class graduates tomorrow at the library. it's also kicking off the 20-16 program at the same time. this linn county flag is now home in cedar rapids after traveling the world. county auditor joel miller sent three flags with his son who serves in the air force. pilots carried them inside an f-16 during combat against isis. the auditor presented this flag to the board of supervisors, who gave it to the veterans affairs office. he hopes these flags remind people of those who serve. "i just think we get caught up in our day to day trivia sometimes and we forget that this country's fighting a war, and that we have people in harm's way." the other two flags will be displayed outside the auditor's office. keurig is unveiling its newest
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consumer electronics show. and 90's t-v fans are buzzing about the newest pictures from netflix featuring a "full house" of tanners. that's ahead in today's techbytes. good morning! it's ---.
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along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through
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nearing -20 by sunday morning! today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy & cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 0 dbq: 4 iow: 5 thanks kaj. plan on more fog in the area along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and
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this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through sunday. plan on wind chills nearing -20 by sunday morning! today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy & cold low: 1-7 thanks kaj.
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gibson with this morning's techbytes. trt oc in today's "techbytes," it looks like just about everyone likes to chat on facebook. >> it's messaging mobile app is now up to 800 million monthly users. >> taughting its new feature, it says it's still in its early days not just tv and virtual reality creating buzz at the consumer electronics. keurig unveiled new cold. >> it makes soda. price tag, around 300 bucks.
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bringing us a sequel to an abc favorite. fuller house on netflix brings back much of the cast from the original series. >> you should recognize the set, too, that's because dj and her children moved back into the home they 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
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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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trading in china is up this morning, but that follows a big slump in china's stocks leading to the worst start abc's lana zak tells us what today, and how it will impact your family's finances. finally, a good trading day on the chinese markets after previously sparking global market panics over fears of a slowing chinese economy, the shanghai composite index closed 2% higher at the end of trading on friday. on thursday, chinese stocks fell 7% and trading was suspended 30 minutes after opening fueling a nosedive on wall street. the dow closed down nearly 400 points yesterday. wall street nats and with all those investors pulling their hair, average americans may be looking at their investments and retirement funds
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concern. so what should you do? first, experts say don't sell or change your 401k in a panic yahoo sot if you end up selling when the markets are down, you're setting yourself up for losses potentially. next, realize that the sell-offs have may present an opportunity to purchase stocks at a discount. 8. soundbite jonathan corpina, senior managing partner, meridian equity partners: finally, take advantage of the benefits--oil prices at their lowest level in 12-years may be a boon to your family's finances. yahoo sot this is just a terrific thing for people heating their homes, people buying cars or driving. that is free money in their pockets. tag: december's job report comes out today--most economists are optimistic, forcasting thousands of new jobs. lana zak, abcn, washington sergeant bowe bergdahl will go before a military court on tuesday at fort bragg in north
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desertion and endangering fellow soldiers. bergdahl disappeared from his military post in afghanistan in 2009. the taliban kidnapped him and held him hostage for five years. the terror group released him in a prisoner exchange. today marks five years since the deadly mass shooting in tucson, arizona that injured congresswoman gabby giffords. it's just one of many mass shootings that sparked president obama's executive actions on gun regulations. he's defending his choice on live t-v. you're looking live on our camera this morning. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your friday forecast. stay with us. meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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first alert forecast. plan on more fog in the area along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation
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the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through sunday. plan on wind chills nearing -20 by sunday morning! today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy & cold low: 1-7
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lots of people are feeling the lottery fever leading up to tomorrow's big drawing. we'll sit down with the c-e-o of the iowa lottery to talk about the historic jackpot. that's just ahead. stay with tv-9.
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you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 8th and this is what you need to know today. candidates from both sides of the political aisle will be in eastern iowa today. cruz, paul and sanders will all make campaign stops today. the deadline is approaching to sign up for health care coverage with the affordable care act if you don't want to pay a penalty. investors on wall street are hoping to bounce back today after one of the worst starts to a new year in market history. and china's economy isn't helping. a f-b-i expert is helping some dubuque middle school teachers and parents learn how to protect their kids from dangers online. and the university of iowa is asking students not to bring hoverboards back to campus next week. officials are concerned about potential fire hazards. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source,
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plan on more fog in the area along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through
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nearing -20 by sunday morning!today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: lots of people are feeling the lottery fever both in iowa and around the country. people have the chance to win the largest lottery jockpot in u-s history tomorrow- last check, it is estimated at 700 million dollars -- and it could go even higher. joining me this morning is terry rich, the c-e-o of the iowa lottery. terry, thanks for joining me today. let's talk about this big jackpot and how it affects ticket sales -- how much of an increase do you see? where does the money from tickets go? cedar rapids has three of the four top spots for
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do you think that is? the iowa lottery has been in the news recently with the hot lotto scandal -- how is that affecting the lottery's push for online ticket sales? -powerball made a net $52 million on powerball last year - it's second largest program behind scratch tickets and 16% of its total net revenue. expenses for the program are a 48% of revenue. -iowa lottery put $72 million into iowa's general fund. and another $2 million into the iowa veterans fund. -3 of the top 4 locations for total dollars in tickets sold are in cedar rapids: hyvee's at wilson ave, johnson ave and oakland rd. staff at dubuque middle schools
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get internet safety training today. an fbi expert who works with victims of sexting, child pornography, and cyber bullying is leading the sessions. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy explains why the dubuque district is taking on the issue of cyber safety. school officials say this all started when an investigation uncovered several middle school students exchanging nude or partially nude pictures with one another. the sexting happened over the summer off the school's network. but the district is now taking steps to educate students, parents, and staff about the issue. vo it
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200 parents thursday night. an fbi expert says her biggest tip for parents is not to be afraid of being the mean mom or dad. that means monitoring apps, browser history, contact lists, and pictures. rules some parents do use. alan temperly - parent of two "all devices need to be in our living room, no closed doors with their internet devices." school officials say while safety starts with parents, it's also important for teachers to be aware. that's why dozens of staff members are receiving training today. mae hingtgen - behavior support specialist "inform the staff about the types of students today marks five years since the deadly left six people dead and severely injured then-congresswom an gabrielle giffords.
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opened fire at an event where giffords was speaking. he tried to escape, but bystanders held him until police showed up. he is serving life in prison. president obama is sticking to his plans for stronger gun control. he reinforced his idea during a nationally televised town-hall meeting in virginia last night. president obama defended his executive actions, including expanding background checks on some gun sales. he told people that he believes in the constitutiona l right to bear arms - and that he is not trying to take guns away from people. " if we could combine gun safety with sensible background checks and some other checks, we're not going to eliminate gun violence but we will lessen it. " a new cnn-orc poll shows 67 percent support president obama's executive actions he announced this week. but less than half think they will reduce gun- related deaths. those hoping to take over the president's office next year are in eastern iowa campaigning today.
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candidate ted cruz will be in northern iowa today. he starts his day in mason city and ends in decorah, speaking to voters at 7-45 tonight. he has been ranking in the top three in recent polls of g-o-p candidates. another g-o-p presidential candidate is starting in the opposite side of the state. senator rand paul is starting in southeast iowa today. then he will be in marion at 4 o'clock this afternoon and north liberty at 5:30. paul's recent poll numbers are below 5 percent support. on the other side of party line, senator bernie sanders will be in waverly, toledo, and cedar rapids today. the democratic candidate will hold town meetings in each place, ending with one in cedar rapids at 7 o'clock tonight. that will be at the veterans memorial building. the deadline to sign up for the affordable care act is fast approaching. if you want coverage by next month you have to sign up by the 15th. that's just a week away. tv-9's forrest saunders is live in our cedar rapids newsroom this morning. forrest,
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january 31st deadline has some consequences ? yeah. penalties. and they're costly. depending on which is greater, you could pay up to $2,085 bucks or 2.5% of your annual household income, due on your 2016 taxes. according to some insurance experts at unitypoint st. luke's, iowa still has a bunch of uninsured going into these last weeks. we're talking about six percent of the state's population. six percent of those people live in linn county, about 11,280. that's the second highest collection of uninsured in iowa, next to polk county. the largest chunk of those without insurance? hispanic men, ages 18 to 34. they're closely followed by african american men in the same age group. officials call them the "invincibles". " we're seeing a greater number of uninsured people between the ages of 18-34, who think that they're not going to get sick. i always tell them, you can't plan an appendectomy. the best health won't keep you
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according to stacy, if you think you can't afford insurance, you'd be surprised. she said eight out of ten who apply through the online marketplace qualify for tax sharing or premium subsidies. they pay 100 bucks or less per month for a plan. to find coverage, the computer savvy can head to healthcare dot gov and use that online marketplace. if a phone sounds better, try 1-800-318-2596. officials say it'll take you as few as ten minutes to get signed up. live in the newsroom, forrest saunders, kcrg tv-9 news the united states government has set new dietary guidelines for the new year. you can probably guess they want you to cut down on sugar and eat more vegetables. but one dietician explains not
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bad.joins us now. plan on more fog in the area
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and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by
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this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through sunday. plan on wind chills nearing -20 by sunday
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fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy & cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 0 dbq: 4 iow: 5 thanks kaj. some high school students got
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the caucus before everyone else. students at prairie high school chose their favorite candidates -- and their choices may be a little different than national polls. stay with kcrg-tv9. its----. the u-s government has set new
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guidelines that say to eat more vegetables and whole grains. new guidelines come out every five years, affecting packaging labels, school lunches, government- funded meals, and doctors' advice. right now, 13 percent of the average american's diet consists of sugar. the new guidelines call for americans to drop that down so less than 10
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their daily calories come from sugar. 11 percent of the average american's diet consists of saturated fats. the new guidelines say that number should be less than 10 percent. and when it comes to salt intake, right now the average american consumes 34-hundred milligrams of sodium each day. the guidelines say we should be eating fewer than 23-hundred milligrams of sodium daily. a dietitian from mercy medical center in dubuque has advice to cut back on the bad sugars. kristie jacobson says think of natural sugars, like what's in fruit and vegetables, as a treat. and ink about added sugars as something you really want to cut back on - sugars in dessert, frosted cereals and white breads. and keep an eye out for sugars in low fat foods. "when manufactures take fat out of a product, often they do have to add sugar in order to make the recipe work. and it's kind of a balance. i tell people to buy the regular and keep the portion size under control. " the fda is also suggesting the
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foods should specify the amount of added sugars in the product. a mount vernon high school class is getting students out of their comfort zones. two teachers created the course to encourage students to have open minds. as a part of one lesson, students cooked and served a meal at mission of hope in cedar rapids. students study relationships between race, incarceration and poverty in the class. one teacher says students will learn all people have value and promote social justice. "through reading, and writing, and watching film, and getting to know people in our community, we're trying to better understand the narrative that's in place and what we can do to change it." after just three days in the class, some students say the course is already changing their outlook on the world. students at prairie high school in cedar rapids got an early start on the caucus experience with a "mock" caucus vote. all the students took part in the event with different
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supporters of individual candidates breaking into smaller groups. one organizer says the final tally might not reflect what iowans decide the night of february 1st. "based on the demographics of caucus night who shows up traditionally... i see a little bit of a skew i'm excited to see what the results look like." the students chose ben carson on the republican side with donald trump second and marco rubio third. bernie sanders was a run-away winner for the democrats with martin o'malley second and hillary clinton third. now here's our morning mugshot on your friday. the mississippi river sculpture park in prairie the follies is a series of skits, dance routines, make you laugh. shows are tonight and tomorrow at the prairie du chien high school little theatre. shows start at 7:30 both nights with a matinee at two at the 326-8602.
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or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com.
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door on your friday. 20-16 presidential hopefuls are making their way to eastern iowa today. ted cruz will be in charles city, cresco and decorah. rand paul will be in marion and north liberty. and bernie sanders will stop in cedar rapids, waverly and toledo. people have a week to sign up for health insurance under the affordable care act if they want coverage in february. the
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some kind of health insurance before you face a penalty is january 31st. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... plan on more fog in the area along with drizzle and shower activity. temperatures should range from 34-38 degrees in most areas, with slightly cooler air arriving by mid-afternoon. this would place areas from waterloo and west in a position to see mixed precipitation this afternoon, with the remainder of the area staying above freezing through mid- evening. additional rainfall amounts will generally be around one to two tenths of an inch, with any winter precip accumulations under 1". our warmest time period of the weekend will be saturday morning with falling temperature from there on out through sunday. plan on wind chills nearing -20 by sunday morning! today: rain likely, fog high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 37 dbq: 36 iow: 38tonight: rain/snow likely low: 24-30 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 21 dbq: 28 iow: 28tomorrow: chance of snow, turning windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 21 dbq: 29 iow: 29tomorrow night: windy & cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 0 dbq: 4 iow: 5 we certainly hope your is
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good morning america is next.
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good morning, america. an emergency landing overnight. this woman cuffed and carried off a united flight. passengers jump into action after she attacked a flight attendant and fellow flier. the terrifying scene at more than 20,000 feet. donald trump holding a massive rally in bernie sanders' backyard. thousands lining up for hours to see the front-runner. protesters interrupted the fiery billionaire. >> get him out of here. don't give him his coat. keep his coat. >> as trump launches a new attack on hillary and bill clinton. double punch of arctic air. that storm in the west dumping 30 inches of snow. now temperatures set to plunge across the country. windchills 30 below zero and the nfl bracing for one of its coldest games ever. and powerball mania taking over the country. people waiting for hours to buy tickets. >> right there, right there. there's a winner. there's a winner. >> hoping to beat the odds and
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