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alert forecast, kaj... plan on more clouds in the sky today, followed up by a chance of light snow, primarily ithe evening hours. an arctic front is responsible for squeezing out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas just picking uppa few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with temperatures falling fast. plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week should feature a warming trend - warm enough in fact that we should be back above freezing by thursday. our next system is still on trackckto impact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of precipitation possible. we'll want to watch that one carefully as it does have ample moisture to work with. today: mostly sunny, cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: increasing clouds low: -5-1 winds: wsw 5-10 alo: -5 dbq: -4 iow: 0tomorrow: chance of light snow high: 16-22 winds: ssw 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 17 iow: 20tomorrow night: chae of light snow low: 2-8
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w7iowa's lawmakers are a c des moines this morning for the start of the legislative session. representatives and senators want to follow up on some things from last year, while keeping their eye on new developments this year. kcrg-tv9's brady smith is live in des moines this morning. brady, what can we expect this session? most of the lawmakers we spoke with yesterday say they're keeping an eye on the state's move to private management of its medicaid system. but they're really looking k-12 education funding as their top priority. you might remember that last year, lawmakers went several weeks past their deadline on coming to an agreement on that issue. and it finally ended with governor branstad d toing the 55.7 million dollar agreement the legislature finally came to. representative dave jacoby says democrats and republicans will ned to sort of re- learn how to work together on the issue. "we've dug quite a deep hole
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four or five years. so now we have to make an incremental improvement. and incremental - to me - means at least 3 percent allowable growth. " jacoby also wants to see t t state create more incentives for teacher leadership programs and overall teacher quality. say improving iowa's water quality, helping small and upstart businesses get off the ground, and domestic violence prevention are on the agenda. in des moines, brady smith, kcrg tv9 news. with just weeks left until the iowa caucuses, candidat are all over iowa talking to voters. and despite any poll numbers, we still have a dozen candidates for the republicans and three for the democrats. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is
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forrest, for the democrats it seems like hillary clinton will have the lead going into the caucuses. according to the new york times...hillary clinton holds bernie the race with roughly three weeks until voting begins, according to a new set of surveys of likely voters from nbc/the wall street journal/maris t. in iowa, mrs. clinton has 48 percent of support and the competition between the two has become more contentious. martin o'malley, the third democratic presidential candidate, has 5 percent in iowa, meaning he will most likely qualify for the next presidential the 50 percent, to 46 percent for mrs. clinton. that margin is smaller than a recent fox news survey, in which mr. sanders led mrs. clinton by 13 points. an nbc survey last month showed mr. sanders ahead by nine points in new hampshire. the surveys also found mr. of independent voters, outperforms mrs. clinton in hypothetical
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both states among registered voters. in new hampshire, mr. sanders, who is om neighboring vermont, beats all three, while in iowa he tops mr. trump and mr. cruz and is tied with mr. rubio. democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and sen. bernie sande are in a statistical tie in both iowa and new hampshire, according to the latest nbc news/walalstreet journalalaris t college poll.the polls, which both had a margin of error of +/- 4.8 percent, showed that clinton had 48 percent among likely iowa caucus-goers, compared to sanders' 45 percent and former maryland gov. martin o'malley's 5 percent. in new hampshire, however, the poll found sanders had 50 percent among likely primary voters, compared to clinton's 46 percent and o'malley's 1 percent. the close results of the polls highlight the challenges the clinton campaign facece five people in cedar falls don't have a home this morning after a fire at their duplex. the waterloo- cedar falls courier reports crews responded to 25-16 tremont t street shortly after 6 yesterday morning -- that's just east of u-n-i. crews found the fire in a dividing wall between 2 apartments and put it out. 5 of the 6 people living there
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time and made it out. investigators haven't released a cause. five teenagers are facing felony charges after a food-delivery driver afafr calling in an order. the waterloo- cedar falls courier reports officers responded to a robbery to 1935 mulberry street on friday night just before 8. that was a vacact house. police say when a driver from china king restaurant in evansdale delivered to the house, the five teens robbed the driver of money and food. police say the group used a handgun in the incident. those charged with second-degree robbery include 17- year-old robert brecunier, 19-year-old isaiah zacharia 15- year-old tyrese grays, 17-year-old natasha herrmann, and 17-year-old kyle smith. police said burglary charges are also pending because of the vacant house. fire and police crews are investigating after someone drove into a building in hiawatha, causing a gas leak. the fire department says it happened shortly before 4 pm yesterday in
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pers drove into the side e a building, touching off a gas leak. they contained the leak shortly afterward. crews told tv-9 that one person was hurt. one kentucky car collector is showing love for his late wife through one car in particular.. and it is quickly becoming a big money-raiser for one eastern iowa charity. michael verst of kentucky donated this classic 1966 volkswagon convertible to camp courageous. the year-round program for disabled campers plans to sell raffle tickets until fall to raise money for camp facilititi. in our show you care spotlight, kcrg tv 9's to this story than just a gift to a charity. this 50-year-old volkswagen cabriolet would certainly stir up some car collectors. although not in entirely original condition, a serious car fan might bid 20 to 30-thousand
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instead, camp courageous volunteers are running a raffle with one lucky winner. and the story behind the car has helped sell 20- thousand dollars in tickets so far. " the fact people find out about the car and what it's about... the cuteness of the car" here's the story. michael verst's wife karen was diagnosed with bone cancer in the late 1990's... and he restored the bug named "gracie" to mint condition as a gift to her recovery. karen eventually lost her leg to cancer and couldn't drive a stick shift car anymore. he adapted an automatic transmission, perhaps the only one for this model in existance, so she could keep driving her beloved "bug" until her death in 2013. " i feel that god will let it go to a agood home... i feel anybody donating to camp courageous knows it's going to a great cause " kentucky resident verst had no connection with camp courageous until a few years ago when, as part of a car club group, he went to a show in fairfield. "he traveled to iowa and heard all about it from a parent of a camper who realized the highlht for their son was
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"camp courageous has raffled off more expensnse items before... 20 years ago they raffled an iowa farm and raised three quarters of a million dollars. by the time this raffle is finished... this classic car is probably going to be number two." organizers expect to colct 50-thousand dollars before the raffle ends. when warmer weather returns, gracie will hit the car show circuit, football games and other stops where car lovers can take a look, buy a chance and dream of driving her home. dave franzman kcrg tv9 news. the camp courageous raffle of the donated classic volkswagen beetle runs until late september. the camp is selling tickets for 25-dollars each or three for 50- dollars. still to come this morning, volkswagen is expected to make a big unveiling at the detroit auto show. and people were googling up a storm during the g gden globes. the top trends of the
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plan on more clouds in the sky
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by a chance of light snow, primarily in the evening houu. an arctic front is responsible for squeezing out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas juststicking up a few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with temperatures falling fast. plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week should feature a warming trend - warm enough in fact that we should be back above
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to o pact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of precipitation possible. we'll want to watch that one carefully as it does have ample moisture to work with. today: mostly sunny, cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: increasing clouds low: -5-1 winds: wsw 5-10 alo: -5 dbq: -4 iow: 0tomorrow: chance of light snow high: 16-22 winds: ssw 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 17 iow: 20tomorrow night: chance of light snow low: 8
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iow: 7 thanks kaj. now here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with this morning's techbytes hey there, in today's "techbytes," volkswagen flashing new hybrid. >> the german automaker is introducing tiguan at this
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itses separate electric motors to power the front and rear wheels. and a turbocharged gasoline engine. is on stand by to provide a little extra oomph.. > ple music has passed a huge milestone. >> the streaming music service now has more than 10 million paid subscribers nearly half as many as spotify which crossed the 20 million mark in june. and the most googled moments during the golden globe moments. the amazon show winning best tv series. >> the second leo's reaction to lady gaga -- look at that. >> those are your "techbytes." i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults
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on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalizazaon in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breoo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for
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sean penn and kate del castillo are under investigation for their "interview" with el ohapo. the u-s department of justice is not commenting, but could consider penn as a working journalist in this case, and not as a major issue. abc's stephanie ramos has more. el chapo's next stop, may soon be the united states. office drug lord's extradition process to the u.s.
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begun. and here it is - wh officials say led to the recapturing of mexico's most wanted drug lord. rolling stone magazine releasing proof of a secret meeting held 3 months ago between ...joaquin guzman...infam ously known as el chapo and academy award einning actor sean penn. n ns: el chapo interview after running from mexican authorities for 6 months-- el chapo rearrested on friday after a bloody shootout and sewer esespe... .....whisked away to a waiting chopper while handcuffed...his face twisted toward cameras for the world to see. nats: when el chapo wasn't bragging about his drug deals.... the kingpin wasrying to land a movie deal about his life. shopping the idea around to hollywood producers and actors... recording this video.. natsot el chapo - "?y para senor sean penn." specifically for penn and mexican actress superstar turned jail pen pal kate dedecastillo. natsot - el chapo - "no other way and there still isn't?." now that el chapo is back behind bars - penn is under fire.
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presidential candidate"if one of these american actors? house chief of staff "we'll let somebody else sort out what sean penn did and didn't do. el chapo's where he should be." it's easy to get lost in the crowd of g(o-p presidential hopefuls. but one is making some moves in iowa -- and overtaking the controversial front-runner in recent polls. you're looking live on our camera. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your monday forecast. stay with us.
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first alert forecast. plan on more clouds in the sky today, followed up by a chance of light snow, primarily in the evening hours. an arctic front is
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out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas just picking up a few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with temperatures falling fast. plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week should feature a warming trend - warm enough in fact that we should be back above freezing by thursday. our next system is still on track to pact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of want to watch that anple moisture to work with. today: mostly sunnnn cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: increasing clouds low: -5-1 winds: wsw 5-10 alo: -5 dbq: -4 iow: 0tomorrow: chance of light snow high: 16-22 winds: ssw 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 17 iow: 20tomorrow night: chance of light snow low: 2-8 winds: wnw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 4
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thanks, kaj. this is a live look this morning at university of phoenix stadium in glendale arizona where college football will crown a new national champion tonight. the number one ranked clemson tigers will face the number two alabama crimson tide. that game starts at 7:30 and you can watch it on e- s-p-n. one eastern iowa library is suffering because of recent budget cuts.
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good monday morning to you from tv-9. you're looking live on our city cam. a pretty frigid start of the week. it's january 11th and here's what you need to know. state lawmakers are in des moines this morning ready to start the legislative session. number one on the agenda -- school funding. 20-16 presidential hopefuls from both sides of the rty line are making stops in eastern iowa just weeks before the caucuses. mexico has started the process of extraditing drug lord "el chapo" to the u-s.
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manhunt featuring movie stars, sewer escapes and shootouts. famed rocker david bowie lost his battle with cancer last night just days after releasing his new album. he was 69 years old. and a kentucky man's labor of love for his kidsdsith disabilities in ticket at a time. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on more clouds in n e sky today, followed up by a chance of light snow, primarily in the evening hours. an arctic front is responsible for squeezing out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas just picking up a few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with
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plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week should feature a warming trend - warm enough in fact that we should be back above freezing by thursday. our next system is still on track to impact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of precipitation possible. we'll want to watch that one cacafully as it does have ample moisture to work with. today: mostly sunny, cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: increasing clouds low: -5-1 winds: wsw 5-10 alo: -5 dbq: -4 iow: 0tomorrow: chance of light snow high: 16-22 winds: ssw 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 1717ow: 20tomorrow night: chance ofofight snow low: 2-8 winds: wnw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 4 iow: 7 iowa lawmakers will walk into the state start of the new legislative session. many lawmakers are hoping to pick up where they left off last spring. kcrg-tv9's brady smith joins us live from des moines thi morning. brady, you've been talking to lawmakers alread - what are their top goals for the session? it probably comes as no surprise
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agreement on k-12 education funding is one of the top priorities for lawmakers as they come into work this morning. that was one of the lingering issues last year that led to a weeks- long impasse between republicans and democrats. some lawmakers say governor branstad's veto of the 55.7 million dollar agreement lawmakers eventually came to simply added insult to injury. representative ken rizer told us yesterday that he's optimistic lawmakers can work together and find a solution much faster this year. he says working with the goveveor's office will be a big part of that. "i think it's really important that there's good communication between the legislature and the governor's office so that there are no end of session surprises, and from what i've seen so far, the communicatioio between the senene and the
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has been really good." rizer believes that how lawmakers settle on education spending and how quickly will set the tone for the rest of the session. rizer wasn't the only one concerned with k-12 education funding. senators rob hogg and bob dvorsky say it's been years since public schools were adequately funded, and it's time for a change. in des moines, brady smith, kcrg tv9 news. today marks just 3 weeks until the iowa caucuses. that means presidenal candidates are swarming the state hoping to gain support from voters. for the republicans, three candidates will be in eastern iowa tomorrow. donald trump will speak at the university of northern iowa on n esday night. he is either second or tied for first in iowa with ted cruz. former florida governor jeb bush will make an appearance at
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tomorrow as well. alal, former arkansas governor mike huckabee has multiple stops over the next two days. today, he will be in fairfield and ottumwa. tomorrow, he'll make appearances in washington, williamsburg, coralville and muscatine. trump told a crowd on saturday that he plans to be back in iowa a lot between now and the caucuses. that was while he speaking at the surf ballroom in clear lake. texas senator ted cruz closed out a 36- county bus tour yesterday. this video is from his stop at luigi's restaurant in oelwein on saturday. on the other side of the aisle---former secretary of state hillary clinton will be campaigning in eastern iowa today and tomorrow as well. clinton is due to appear at the electric park ballroom in waterloo today tomorrow, she'll speak at an organizing event at the university of dubuque. last week, her husband, former president bill clinton, campaigned for her in cedar rapids and dubuque. her two opponents for the democratic nomination were in cedar rapids over the weekend. vermont senator bernie sanders
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four visits to eastern iowa on friday, including this rally at the veterans memorial building. he is currently second to clinton inin iowa and national polls. former maryland governor martin o'malley stopped outside the cedar rapids gun show on saturday. there, he supported the president's executive actions on stricter background checks for firearm purchases at gun shows. just as candidates come to town, we're hearing more about where they rank among their competitors. and as we get closer to the caucuses, we can get a good idea of the support each candidate has. tv-9's forrest saunders is with us this morning with hans hassell from cornell college to talk more about a candidate moving to the top of the g- o-p polls, at least in iowa -- ted cruz. recent polls show ted cruz continuing to gain momentum in the 2016 republican presidential primary, running neck-and-neck with donald trump in iowa and inching up on
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nationally. trump has a slight lead in the nbc/wall street journal poll of republican primary voters released today. according to that poll, he has 27 percent support nationally, while cruz has 22 percent. marco rubio is in third, with 15 percent, while ben carson follows with 11 percent. jeb bush rounds out the top five with 7 percent, followed by carly fiorina at 5 percent. mike huckabee and chris christie each have 3 percent, while john kasich and rand paul have 2 percent. but in iowa, recent polls have found cruz either neck-and-neck with h ump or leading. a fox news poll in iowa of likely republican caucus-goers released today shows cruz with 28 percent, followed by trump with 26 percent. this is within the poll's margin of error, essentially putting the two in a dead heat for frontrunner status. in a tv-9 follow-up this
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the cedar rapids public library is moving forward with a reduction in services after a failed tax levy. last november, nearly 55 percent of voters said "no" to a tax levy to fund the building's operations. the library's board of trustees approved cutting more than 450 thousand dollars from next year's budget. kcrg-tv9's brea love reports that the library says its going to do all it can to keep things close to the way they are.
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plenty of people are using computers, or picking out books to read during the week. so the cedar rapids public library is doing all it can make sure they can always have some sort of access. "we have worked extensively to look at the cuts we needed to make, and to try and have the least impact possisie on our patrons. we did a lot extensive research and study." research on door counts, computer usage, program attendance, and more. that research concluded both locations should close at 8 o'clock on weeknights, and only be open six days a the ladd library will close on saturdays, sundays. "we tried to choose hours that would be the least impactful of our patrons but we certainly understand any someone unhappy, they certainly don't make us happy." andrea rauch recently started spending more time at the library with her son, christian. "it allows them time to socialize with other childre and they have a lot of activities at this library since its opened up a lot more that we haven't even discovered yet."
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long time ago, when you would come and check out books or get a quiet place to read, now its more of an active environment." rauch says despiteteuts, they will still continue to support the library. and the library says it will fight to do the same for them. "we know that people are using our libraries more than they ever have before, we just have to meet those demands with less money than we've had before." "the cedar rapids library is an amazing library, it will l continue to be an amazing library even at reduced cost and budget." tv-9's brea love with that story. the cedar rapids city council has to approve the the budget in then take effect by the end of march. football champion tonight. the number one ranked clemson tigers will face the number two alabama crimson tide. the two will play at university of phoenix stadium in glendale arizona that game starts at 7:30 and you can
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s-p-n. hundreds of athletes will make their way to one eastern iowa city today. they'll be skiing, skating and snow shoeing in the 30th annual special olympic winter games. up next... this morning's
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now.
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today, followed up by a chance of light snow, primarily in the evening hours. an arctic front is responsible for squeezing out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas just picking up a few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with temperatures falling fast. plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week
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enough in fact that we should be back above freezing by thursday. our next system is still on track to impact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of precipitation possible. we'll want to watch that one carefully as it does have ample moisture t t work with. today: mostly sunny, cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: creasing clouds low: -5-1 winds: wsw 5-10 alo: -5 dbq: -4 iow: 0tomorrow: chance of light snow high: 16-22 winds: ssw 5-10 alo: 16 dbq:
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night: chance of light snow low: 2-8 winds: wnw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 4
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thanks kaj. these bitter cold temperatures makes it difficult for anyone to be outside. that's especially true for firefighters. crews were on scene this morning at a house fire in eastern iowa. more on that still to come
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firefighters are working in the cold temperatures this morning. linn county crews were called out to a house fire... that house is at 1933 paris road in central city. that's just off highway 13 between central city and coggon. fire crews brought in ladders
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in the roof of the house. we are working to find out more information on the damage and if anyone was hurt. we'll have any updates on kcrg dot com and the news at midday. today hundreds of athletes will be in dubuque to compete in the 30th annual special olympics winter games. today through wednesday, more than 375 athletes will fight for the winning titles. events include alpine skiing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, speed and figure skating. the opening ceremony will be tonight at 6 o'clock. this is video from last year's competition. hundreds of people in eastern iowa now have a better idea of what to include in their weddings. wedding planners, brides, and grooms walked around the u.s cellular center in cedar rapids for z-102 point 9's annual bridal show. dozens of vendors showed off items for the perfect day, including gowns, tuxedos, cakes, and more. the radio station says this event is also a way to give back to their listeners. "cedar rapids and the surrounding area has a lot to offer that you might not know about, so coming to an event like this opens your eyes to all th
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you plan your wedding." they plan to next month, for prom dresses. retailers will no doubt be busy this today, printing powerball tickets for an estimated 1- point-3 billion dollar jackpot. there was no winner for saturday's drawing, record-breaking jackpot at 949 million. the next largest winner was 656 million dollars. the drawing will be wednesday night. singer david bowie has died following a battle with statement, the musician "died peacefully" yesterday " friends" after an 18 month battle. h hhad just released his 25th album "blackstar" on his birthday on friday. bowie was 69 years old. now here's our morning mugshot on your monday. see if the glass slipper fits at the junior league
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kisses father-aughter dance. it's on january 31st from one to four at the hotel kirkwood ballroom. the after noon will include a live performance by cinderella, a light lunch, photos, dancing, games, face painting, cupcake decorating and a silent auction.n. tickets are 75 dollars for each father-daughter pair. proceeds will support the junior league's "bridging the gap" -- assisting local foster care youth in linn county. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com.
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here's what you need to know as you head out the door on your monday. the 20-16 legislative session starts today in des moines. lawmakers say they're focused on a few major issues. they want to work together with governor branstad to come an agreement on education funding. medicaid privatization and improving the state's water quality are alsoon the agenda. hillary clinton will make a stop in eastern iowa today. she'll be at the electric park ballroom in waterloo at noon. then, she will join bernie sanders and martin o'malley in des moines for the brown and black forum at seven at drake university. there, they will talk about issues concerning black and latino voters. you can watch the forum on c-span or i-p-t-v. there will be a new college football national champion tonight. the alabama crimson tide and the clemson tigers will face off in the championship game tonight in glendale arizona. that game starts at 7:30 on e-s-p-n. now, one last look at this
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plan on more clouds in the sky today, followed up by a chance of light snow, primarily in the evening hours. an arctic front is responsible for squeezing out the snow showers tonight. nobody should exceed an inch, with most areas just picking up a few tenths of an inch of fluffy snow. wind will pick up after midnight with temperatures fallingngast. plan on wind chills tuesday morning to be down again around -20 in many areas. the rest of the week should feature a warming trend - warm enough in fact that we should be back above freezing by thursday. our next system is still on track to impact iowa on friday into saturday with a mix of precipitation possible. we'll want to watch that one carefully as it does have ample moisture to work with. today: mostly sunny, cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 4 dbq: 2 iow: 7tonight: increasing clouds low: -5-1
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rebel rebel good morning, america. breaking news -- legendary rock star david bowie passing away overnight. changes his style influencing
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legions of fans and admirers. reacting this morning as we celebrate an icon. >> the oscar winner, sean penn's top-secret meeting with el chapo. did the actor cross the line? how the meeting helped authorities track him down and put him behind bars this morning. who wants to be a billionairir powerball soaring to incredible new heights. the first ever billion dollar jackpot. so much money. the signs can't keep up. one lucky person, will they become one of the richest people on the planet? golden globes. hollywood's biggest and brightest stars honored. >> andndhe golden globe goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> the big awards. >> jennifer lawrence, "joy." >> the unforgettable moments. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend, rocky balboa, for being the best friend i ever had. >> cookies for everyone t/night. >> please wrap?
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