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the powerball jackpot is beyond record territory. tomorrow's prize is now 800 million dollars. the odds of winning the jackpot - more than one in 292 million. money from ticket sales benefits the state. last year, the iowa lottery put 72-million dollars into iowa's general fund, and 2 million into the iowa veterans fund. this morning, we talked to terry rich, the c-e-o of the iowa lottery. he says the odds aren't keeping people from dreaming big and buying a chance to win. "we have never seen sales like this in the last few years of powerball tickets and it's kind of important for me as the state official to mention to everybody, please play with your head, not above your head as you buy them. you know if you've got some pop cans, take them back, buy a powerball ticket and get it on it, but you know, the odds are astronomical. " cedar rapids is home to three of the top ticket selling retailers in the state. rich says the lack of a casino may be driving local interest in the powerball. a new u-s jobs report is out
the labor department says job growth surged in december. employers added 292 thousand jobs last month. this suggests the u-s economy is defying global trends like china's stock market plunge and slow economy. the unemployment rate stayed steady at 5 percent for the third straight month. thousands of people in iowa don't have health insurance. and the deadline for the affordable care act sign up is fast approaching. those uninsured by january 31st face penalties. the story. the deadline is which is greater, uninsured could pay up to $2,085 bucks or 2.5% of their annual household income. payment is due on 2016 taxes.according to insurance expert stacy mcatee, with unitypoint st. luke's in cedar rapids, about six percent of iowa's population is uninsured. six percent of those people are in linn county, about 11,280. that's the second
in the state, next to polk county. hispanic men, 18 to 34 are the largest demographic without insurance at 16%. they're followed by african american men in the same age group at 15%. mcatee called 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," mcatee said. "i always tell them, you can't plan an appendectomy. the best health won't keep you from having appendicitis."mcatee said insurance is often more affordable than people realize. she said the majority who apply through the online marketplace qualify for tax sharing or premium subsidies. "eight out of ten people, typically pay $100 or less for their premiums each month," mcatee said. "that's once they have the tax credits to help with those premiums." to find coverage, the computer savvy can head to healthcare.go v to sign up through that online marketplace. if a phone sounds better, try 1-800-318-2596. mcatee said it'll take as few as ten minutes to get coverage.in cedar rapids,
those who sign up by next friday can get coverage as soon as february. and, again, that big deadline january 31st. miss it and the penalties will be due in your 2016 taxes. medicaid privatization is just one issue iowa lawmakers will discuss at the next legislative session on monday. johnson county lawmakers have laid out their plans, including passing k-through-12 school funding early on in the session. "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
the start of the legislative session. it was a wild night at a donald trump rally in vermont. the g-o-p front-runner was met with protests during his campaign event. meanwhile, maine's governor, a chris christie supporter, has ignited a firestorm with controversial remarks being called a racist rant. abc's kenneth moton has the latest from washington. today it's on to south carolina for donald trump but overnight, a volatile welcome in the liberal backyard of bernie sanders. nat "get em out of here! take em out" the gop frontrunner... interrupted, drowned out and screamed at by demonstrators in burlington, vermont. nat "get em outta here! don't give him his coat. keep his coat. hundreds of people cheered on the billionaire while those protestors got the boot...many of them supporters of sanders. the vermont senator and trump couldn't be any more different on policy but their campaigns are both drawing big crowds. sot - matthew dowd
are fishing from a similar pond. which is independent voters who are working class whites. bernie sanders was quick to point out a recent quinnipiac university poll has him beating trump in a hypothetical general election match up...51 to 38 percent. sanders was on the phone with political group democracy for america while trump was in his home state. sot - sanders i would love love love to run against donald trump. it would be a dream come true. but there's another political controversy brewing involving chris christie and his supporter, maine governor paul lepage who said this about drug traffickers in his state. sot - gov. lepage: "these are guys by the name d-money, smoothie, shifty.""incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, white girl before they leave." this morning, lepage held a news conference to say he's not perfect and he blamed the media. christie's rivals pounced...demanding he renounce the maine governor. as of this morning, no response from christie. kenneth moton, abc news washington presidential candidates are
here is senator bernie sanders in cedar rapids this morning. he also will be in waverly and toledo. the democratic candidate will hold town meetings, ending with one in cedar rapids at 7 o'clock tonight. that will be at the veterans memorial building. sanders' wife will also be in eastern iowa doing separate campaign stops. republican 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's been ranking within the top three of recent g- o-p polls. starting on the southeast side of iowa today is afternoon, he'll stop in marion at 4 o'clock and then will head recent poll numbers are below 5 percent support. "53:40: you need somebody who just shows up and goes to work. someone who can find common ground, someone who can stand her ground."
hundreds of people at the hotel julien in dubuque last night. he touched on many of hillary's key campaign points - including more gun control and fighting drug abuse. yesterday, clinton also spoke to voters at the national czech and slovak museum in cedar rapids. back when he served as president, clinton dedicated the museum. clinton talked about flood recovery and how hillary will restore economic growth. after traveling the world during a u-s mission, the linn county flag is back home in cedar rapids. 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
the other two flags will be displayed outside the auditor's office. eastern iowans will soon pay homage to the widow of a five sullivan brother. katherine mcfarland passed away at age 93 on new years day. she is the husband of albert sullivan, the man pictured here in the middle. albert and his four brothers died in november 1942, after a japanese submarine attacked the u-s-s juneau in the pacific. family and friends are holding a life celebration for katherine tomorrow. it's planned from 2-4 p-m at the vfw post 1623 in waterloo on commercial street. staying healthy can come with a price.... ...take for example, a trip to the hospital. doctors are discovering why vitamins and supplements could be the latest health danger. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
fog and showers will persist into the afternoon with temperatures holding fairly steady in the middle 30s. as cooler air arrives late this evening, fog will begin to lift. showers will change over to light snow as temperatures drop into the 20s and the wind begins to pick up. light snow remains possible tomorrow, but it will be scattered with amounts easily under
an inch. temperatures are going to fall through the whole day saturday as winds remain gusty. despite sunshine on sunday, it'll be a cold and blustery day with highs near 10 and wind chills
highs in the teens but we'll be back around 30 by thursday.today: rain likely, foggy high: 34-40 winds:
e 5-10 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 39 tonight: showers to lt. snow low: 24-30 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow: chance of light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow night: windy and cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 1 dbq: 3 iow: 5 sunday: mostly sunny, cold high: 10 - low: 4 monday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: 6 tuesday: chance of snow, mainly early high: 13 - low: 9 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: 1 thursday: partly cloudy high: 30 - low: 15
high: 34 - low: 20 fog and showers will persist into the afternoon with temperatures holding fairly steady in the middle 30s. as cooler air arrives late this evening, fog will begin to lift. showers will change over to light snow as temperatures drop into the 20s and the wind begins to pick up. light snow remains possible tomorrow, but it will be scattered with amounts easily under an inch. temperatures are going to fall through the whole day saturday as winds remain gusty. despite sunshine on sunday, it'll be a cabinet full of vitamins can
researchers estimate more than 23-thousand people visit the hospital each year because they take dietary supplements. jennifer whalen talked with doctors to learn more about this study. more americans are taking dietary supplements and according to a new study by federal health experts many of them are ending up in
the study was a collaboration between the centers for disease control and prevention and the food and drug administration. "we found that over a quarter of them were young adults. these are people aged 20 to 34. these people were using supplements for weight loss or energy." over a fifth were young children, that's 20 percent that had gotten into supplements intended for somebody else."but the nutritional supplement industry insists the majority of their products are safe and the study's results are being overblown. "the headline, 23,000 emergency room visits every year are caused by supplements. is like wow, that sounds like a lot. but relatively speaking it's emergency room visits."dr. geller advises
david geiger. ---- congress is back in session this week... and while one of the first items on the congressiona l agenda concerns health care.. on top of the president's agenda is the trans-pacific partnership. but now that we're in a presidential election year.. there's likely to be twists and turns for the 12 nation trade deal.. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell said it was too controversial last year.. and the president shouldn't send it in until after elections.. but that could
president would have to be on board with the deal.. but mcconnell could be reconsidering .. "since then, i've heard senator mcconnell back off a little bit. whether he was willing to bring it up before the election. beyond that i don't have anything to report except the general proposition, which is what i think senator mcconnell was speaking to. it's pretty difficult to get sub- controversial things through the senate and the house when you've got a presidential election year." house speaker paul ryan says he wants to bring up the trade deal as soon as he can. ---- iowa just got a new host of efforts to conserve water and soil.. and improve nutrient management practices.. yesterday.. u-s ag secretary tom vilsack announced an expansion of u-s-d-a's conservation programs for iowa's producers.. 85 thousand acres of iowa land is now able to apply for sensitive lands grants and loans.. equivalent to about a hundred 75 million dollars in investment to the state's land resources.
adding more access to programs.. and he plans to work with state partners in removing barriers and reserve efforts.. if funding is maintained.. access for a two hundred 50 million dollar investment. since 2009.. the u-s-d-a invested more than two billion dollars in
iowa conservation.. enrolling four and a half million acres of iowa working lands into conservation. they report between 2008 and 2013.. iowa has contributed to a reduction of 260 million pounds of nitrogen and five hundred 34 million pounds of phosphorus in the mississippi rive basin. ---- livestock markets are a little sideways at the moment.. and it looks like the grain markets are still recovering from monday's loss.. "i was short corn, i was short soy meal. i got out too early so i'm neutral. they're probably headed lower. i don't see much bullish fundamental news to dictate.." "short term prices higher. south america's going to come in with 102
pessimistic cause i have very short positions and i'm long the continues to go higher. continues to put pressure on corn prices, wheat and soybeans. i'm not bullish at all." "eventually i think cattle is going lower i have no position. i'm not short or long but at these prices including crude oil down another 1.50 today, it's going to be very difficult to keep cattle prices up this high, especially after a 1500 point rally." "now i am short the hogs, but i am short the june contract. stay short, my stop is around 79, but stay short. i think hog prices are too high compared to commodity markets as well. but, right now, we're going through some stiff resistance i think we'll be paid off in a week or two." ---- and that's all we have time for today, 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
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
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 a new mentoring program in dubuque aims to keep at-risk high school students from dropping out of school. the program is called "check and connect." loras college undergraduates serve as mentors for students at the alternative learning center. the college students monitor the high school students' attendance and grades. they also talk about life and social issues as well as ways to prepare for college. a mount vernon high school class is getting students out of their comfort zones. two teachers created a 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,
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. they are fun and can be dangerous.... they're called hoverboards. and another iowa school is considering banning them. fixing iowa city. you can expect to see some big changes and construction downtown. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. taking control. president obama
remembers a mass shooting five years ago today. a messy flight. pilots turn around a plane headed
to chicago, after a passenger gets out of hand. another "no" to hoverboards? officials at a second iowa university are questioning the safety of students handling the futuristic toy. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. today marks five years since a deadly shooting in tucson, arizona left six people dead and severely injured former congresswom an gabrielle giffords. 22-year -old jared loughner 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. the tucson shooting anniversary comes just as president obama commits himself to stronger gun control. he addressed the issue
meeting in virginia last night. president obama defended his executive actions, including expanding background checks on some gun sales. he says he believes in the constitutional right to bear arms - and that he is not trying to take guns away from americans. " 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. one of president obama's goals is to close the gun show loophole. he says buyers often miss background checks at such events. there is a gun show planned today until sunday in cedar rapids. officials say crowds at gun shows have grown since president obama took office. the president's call for gun control comes after several terror scares across the country-like the isis- related shootings in san bernardino. authorities say they've
isis on terrorism- related charges in california and texas. officials say one is a syrian refugee charged with lying to federal investigators about his travels to the civil war there. a new york man accused of planning a machete attack in the name of isis is set to appear in court today. emmanuel lutchman is charged with attempting to provide material support to isis. police say the 25- year-old planned to kill people celebrating new year's eve at an upstate new york bar. lutchman's arrest prompted the city of rochester to cancel their new year's eve fireworks celebration. prosecutors say he suffers from a mental illness. belgian officials say an apartment in brussels likely served as a bomb factory for the paris attacks. a belgian prosecutor says the apartment was searched in december. there officials claimed they found three suspected suicide belts, bomb-making equipment, explosive residue, and a fingerprint from a terror suspect and fugitive.
your first alert forecast, justin... fog and showers will persist into the afternoon with temperatures holding fairly steady in the middle 30s. as cooler air arrives late this evening, fog will begin to lift. showers will change over to light snow as temperatures drop into the 20s and the wind begins to pick up. light snow remains possible tomorrow, but it will be scattered with amounts easily under an inch. temperatures are going to fall through the whole day saturday as winds remain gusty. despite sunshine on sunday, it'll be a cold and blustery day with highs near 10 and wind chills below zero. next week starts with highs in the teens but we'll be back around 30 by thursday.today: rain likely, foggy high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 39
aboard a united airlines flight that forced an emergency landing. that had to do with a passenger screaming and reportedly attacking a flight attendant last night. much of it - caught on camera. abc's marci gonzalez reports. ats: woman cursing - bleeped out police- questioning this woman...after an in-flight outburst last night...
nats: scream- that forced- pilots to make an emergency landing. nats: atc do you need any other assistance besides just the police at the gate? the united express flight with 69 passengers and four crew members on board took off from new york's la guardia airport... just after 7pm... headed for chicago.. 30 minutes into the flight... the passenger reportedly asked if she could get off the plane. nats: scream when a flight attendant said no.. nats "she scratched my face." passegers claim the woman lost control.. sot - witness "the girl went crazy and attacked her.. and started scratching her face up? and ripped her necklace off at one point the woman reportedly yelled- that
say - she started attacking another woman that's when three other passengers stepped in.. sot - witness "grabbed her and pulled her to the ground and subdued her by tying her up with some seat bealts and some guy used his neck tie to tie her wrists and her ankles" pilots - diverted to detroit...where police - were waiting. marci gonzalez tag they handcuffed the woman and took her off the plane..the flight then continued on to chicago. statement from united?? mg abc news ny the mother of the infamous "affluenza" teen is expected to appear before a judge today. tonya couch is accused of helping her son, ethan couch, flee to mexico. ethan used affluenza as a defense after killing four people in a drunk driving case in 2013. his mother is being charged on hindering the apprehension of a felon. officials believe the two fled the country, while investigators determined if ethan violated his probation. also scheduled to appear in court today, is a correctional officer accused of
escape a new york prison. officials say gene palmer david hacksaw blades at this time, palmer is the new york state clinton facility. if convicted, he too could end up behind bars. an iowa man will serve five years probation, after officials say he sold goats and farm loan collateral. federal prosecutors say andrew hansen of decorah.... shouldn't have sold the items without notifying the u-s department of agriculture. prosecutors say hansen must perform 50 hours of community service and make nearly 36-thousand dollars in restitution to the farm service agency. drake university is considering a ban on hoverboards! drake administrator s say they hope to make a final decision on whether to ban them by early february. students say they are surprised, despite fire safety concerns. the university of iowa says
because of concerns about them starting on fire. students aren't 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. 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
"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. 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 stars are lining up to present at sunday's golden globe awards.... and taking the stage at superbowl 50. the rumors are flying on which artists will perform during halftime. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming
to light snow as temperatures drop into the 20s and the wind begins to pick up. light snow remains possible tomorrow, but it will be scattered with amounts easily under an inch. temperatures are going to fall through the whole day saturday as winds remain gusty. despite sunshine on sunday, it'll be a cold and blustery day with highs near 10 and wind chills below zero. next week starts with highs in the teens but we'll be back around 30 by thursday.today: rain likely, foggy high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo:
tonight: showers to lt. snow low: 24-30 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow: chance of light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow night: windy and cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 1 dbq: 3 iow: 5 sunday: mostly sunny, cold high: 10 - low: 4 monday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: 6 tuesday: chance of snow, mainly early high: 13 - low: 9 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: 1 thursday: partly cloudy high: 30 - low: 15 friday: chance of rain/snow
are in just two days! your favorite stars are gearing up for all the glitz and glamour on award night. david daniel takes us to hollywood. "i think it's fantastic." kevin spacey has had success with his own production company, to run a studio! spacey and his producing partner have made a deal to run struggling relativity media, of the deal, relativity also gets trigger street, which globe-winning series "house of cards." "not all awards mean something." speaking of sunday's globes, more a-list presenters have been announced, including four-time nominee viola davis... the legendary morgan freeman... golden globe winner maggie gyllenhaal... dwayne johnson and his co-star in the upcoming "central intelligence," kevin hart... past winner michael keaton... current nominee lady gaga... past nominees eva longoria and jennifer lopez... and two-time nominee mark wahlberg. and it's not too soon to brace yourself for ricky gervais! the celebrity-taunting comic actor is back as host... and tweeting "because i can see the future, i'd like to apologize for the things
give a..." well, let's just say the network censors should be busy sunday. for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. the 50th super bowl is almost here! and the rumors are flying on who's performing at halftime! latest reports says beyonce and coldplay will take the stage. this isn't confirmed just yet! but already set in stone is the football game's location. it will take place inside levi's stadium in california. core as part of your fitness routine. one way to achieve that strength - planks. our fitness expert breaks down the benefits and make it work for
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and 2 million into the iowa veterans fund. u-s jobs are on the rise. in the latest report today, the labor department says job growth surged in december. employers added 292 thousand jobs last month. these numbers have surged, despite slowing economies across the world-like china. thousands of iowans are facing penalties, if they don't get health insurance. people have until january 31st to sign up for coverage. if you're not insured by then, you'll see a penalty on your 2016 taxes. it'll be a good night to stay indoors and enjoy some basketball. we've got high school girls and boys hoops for you tonight on kcrg nine point two. it's a cross-town rivalry in iowa city as city high travels to west. tipoff is at six on kcrg nine point two. and we've got even more hoops for you on saturday. it's a missouri valley conference rivalry game as the drake bulldogs will be in cedar falls to take on the panthers of u-n-i. the game starts at seven and you can catch it
now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. fog and showers will persist into the afternoon with temperatures holding fairly steady in the middle 30s. as cooler air arrives late this evening, fog will begin to lift. showers will change over to light snow as temperatures drop into the 20s and the wind begins to pick up. light snow remains possible tomorrow, but it will be scattered with amounts easily under an inch. temperatures are going to fall through the whole day saturday as winds remain gusty. despite sunshine on sunday, it'll be a cold and blustery day with highs near 10 and wind chills below zero. next week starts with highs in the teens but we'll be back around 30 by thursday.today: rain likely, foggy high: 34-40 winds: e 5-10 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 39 tonight: showers to lt. snow low: 24-30 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow: chance of light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 22 dbq: 27 iow: 28 tomorrow night: windy and cold low: 1-7 winds: nw 20-30 alo: 1 dbq: 3 iow: 5 sunday: mostly sunny, cold high: 10 - low: 4 monday: partly cloudy high: 19 -
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