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technology to make adapting to a new knee, easier. good tuesday morning! it's 5 o'clock on january 12th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a cold tuesday! lows for the morning will hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with moderation to -10 to -15 during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a warm front moves in tomorrow, which should help out in the temperatures as we head back into the
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thursday! after this, a system is still on track for friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be move forward. stay warm out there!today: windy and cold high: 2-8 cloudy low: -4-2 sct. flurries high: 20-26 winds: s 5-15tomorrow night: low: 16-22 winds: sw 5-10 thanks kaj. linn county auditor joel miller says he's sorry the county's annual valuation report isn't ready. and that could impact your property taxes. he says "system issues" means the system won't produce a report he can approve. cities, townships, and school districts use the report to determine their yearly budgets. if that number is lower than the previous year, it could raise taxes. miller says people have inquired about the system, and
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about the situation. "i'm sorry this happened, i don't like it myself, very upset about it, doing what we can do to fix it, we'll get it fixed as soon as we can, use the numbers from last year until we can get you the numbers for this year." the linn county board of supervisors approved the new system in 2010. they say it's not only a computer issue, but state law changes, retirements, ad new tax districts all contribute to the problem. miller says he does not know when the report will be released, but the office is working around the clock to fix the issue. construction crews will work on busy roads near the site of a new high school in north liberty. city leaders say they plan to add a roundabout at the intersection of dubuque street and north liberty road. they also plan to widen dubuque street and add turn lanes. they say the work is necessary to make the area safer before liberty high school opens in the fall of 2017. "i think there's always some hesitation for roundabouts, they have a bad reputation for
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studies show they're safer, that they move more traffic more efficiently and that's really what we need. " this video from the city shows what planners believe the infrastructur e around the high school will look like. the results of a special census last fall will help north liberty get more funding for road construction projects like this. the census showed the city's population has grown to more than 18- thousand, which is up nearly five thousand from a census count in 2010. that's 36 percent growth in five years. and it means north liberty will get an additional 500-thousand dollars each year for road maintenance and construction. iowa city police are arresting more people for driving under the influence. according to city data, police arrested 6- hundred-21 people for operating while intoxicated in 2015. that's the most o-w-i arrests in ten years. on average, iowa city police arrest 4-hundred-84
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firefighters say a dog saved a central city family when their home caught on fire. this is a follow up on a story we first brought you yesterday morning. fire chief james o'leary said the dog woke up the family in the middle of the night, and they called 9- 1-1. firefighters arrived at 1933 paris road around 1:30 yesterday morning. they spent hours battling the flames in frigid weather, and then returned a few hours later when the fire rekindled. they say the house is likely a total loss. with this cold weather, the american red cross is about using space heaters and other heating devices. over the weekend, red cross volunteers eastern iowa because of house fires. heating sources didn't cause all of those fires, cause of home fire deaths. soon, linn county public health and the 'child and youth development services' will meet their space needs in a new joint building. public health is at 501 13th
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cedar rapids, and child development is next door in a separate building. linn county supervisors endorsed a leading proposal that calls for putting up a new building at 10-19 seventh street southeast. it was the site of the options of linn county building destroyed by the 2008 flood. the county says the project will cost about 10-million dollars and will be funded with bonds. for a resident with a home valued at 100- thousand dollars, that's another seven dollars a year. the government issues bonds for flood replacement construction without asking voters to approve the measure. for public health this building is a necessity because some employees already work off site because there's no room. "the public health building was built in 1989 and it was poorly built from the beginning... and what we're facing now are major structural issues... the ground is settling and there's a lot of unevenness in the building." the child development building
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school also used by the abbe center for community health. the building could need significant roof repairs in the future. voters could seek a reverse referendum to force an election. with people living longer than ever, more people are getting knee replacements every year. while a replacement has long term benefits, the short term pain can be intense. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live in the newsroom this morning. forrest, i understand doctors have been able to use newer technology to make the replacements better... doctors are now doing ct scans of knees, then manufacturing a customized replacement knee with a 3d printer. traditionally, replacement knees were made in different sizes and doctors would pick the best fit, like a shirt at a clothing store. the benefits of the custom knee, potentially less pain for the patient, less recovery time and the no bigger price tag. the custom knee has been around for a few years, but it's new to the cr area. a doctor we
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year. patient larry johnson had pain in his left knee due to arthritis. he says he felt better almost immediately. " right after the surgery, i walked from the bed into the bathroom and back. they had me walk into the hall. i had no problem doing that. " johnson had surgery back in october. he's having his left knee done next month. johnson's doctor said 3d printed knees are the cutting edge, but expects the future of joint replacement will be in synthetic or biological materials that closely mimic the human body. the doctor said 3d knees are palm pilot to bio material, the iphone. guys, back to you. thanks a lot forrest. governor branstad announced a plan to make buying your first home easier. he says eligible iowans can now buy a home and reduce their federal income tax liability by up to two thousand
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for the life of their mortgage. it's through the take credit mortgage credit certificate program that the iowa finance authority administers. "this would mean keeping $1.5 million in hard-earned money in the pockets of families this year which is income that would otherwise be spent in federal taxes" the state estimates about 780 home buyers can benefit from the program this year. construction can now get underway on a mosque in dubuque. this is video of where the 43-hundred square foot mosque and school will go. the city granted zoning approval and a building permit for the tri-state islamic center. the group has raised about 70 percent of the 500- thousand dollars it needs to build it. construction could be done in late summer or early fall. still to come this morning, athletes are eager to get back to the games today in dubuque. the special olympics kicked off yesterday with an opening ceremony that got athletes
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hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with
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during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a warm front moves in tomorrow, which should help out in the temperatures as we head back into the 20s area-wide. we are still on track for 30s on thursday! after this, a system is still on track for friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be watching this as we move forward. stay warm out
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today: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30tonight: partly cloudy low: -4-2 winds: w 5-15tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 20-26 winds: s 5-15tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22 winds: sw 5-10
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some athletes are eager to start competing today. they are in dubuque for the annual iowa special olympics winter games. nats of opening ceremony the cold weather forced the ceremony indoors last night, but that didn't dull the excitement for the athletes. hundreds of
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across the state will participate in skiing, snow shoeing and speed skating. joe soy and jeff salisberry of waterloo are excited about a little friendly competition. in fact, these two are just excited about sports in general. "we do the sports. we do track and field. and the hockey. i love the blackhawks." after the ceremony last night, the athletes got the chance to hit the dance floor. many say that's their favorite part of winter games. there's good news today for u-s pork, poultry and beef farmers. in today's agribusiness report, one country is ending its restrictions on these products and opening a new market for producers. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
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report.. i'm david geiger. ---- south africa agreed to end restrictions on most u-s pork.. poultry.. and beef.. after months of negotiations from the u-s- d-a and the u-s trade representative.. years of sanitary restrictions are over. the national pork producers council spokesperson dave warner says it was pressure from washington that forced south africa's hand.. adding the ban was placed on pork without looking at the science.. south africa's concession opens a market of more than 50 million consumers that the u-s- d-a says could be worth 75 million dollars. ---- the u-s house of representatives may take up a vote on the waters of the u-s rule this week.. according to the national pork producers council.. the house is looking at iowa senator joni ernst's resolution of disapproval.. which would end wotus.. that passed the senate in november.. a federal appeals court has temporarily
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lawsuit alleging the e-p-a violated federal administrative procedures through an advocacy campaign during the comment period is moving forward. the house has already voted multiple times to block wotus. ---- the markets were a little slower yesterday.. waiting for today's u-s-d-a report.. "we did see a little bit of short covering late last week in corn. very lightly as the market became very, very overcrowded. we're mostly flat so far this morning." "but the ag sector is getting hammered pretty good today. corn down seven. beans down five. the sentiment is for a bearish, bearish corn report tomorrow. maybe a little more neutral beans tomorrow. but the trade is expecting maybe a little higher yield number. a little higher acreage number on the harvested acres side then of course the wild card is carryout. " "not much going on today, a little lackluster maybe starting off got down around a buck. but boxed beef is keeping the
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now is push the cash back up and keep that supported i like selling rallies in cattle. i think if you're a hedger you got to be hedged up i think on any type of rally coming in. to the mid part of january as the seasonals are very bearish right now." "pretty chooppy today been following cattle we've seen the weights drop off last week also seen cash maybe trying to bottom off as well too. that's going to be the key i think pushing the cash market higher." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw 85 head of sheep. feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $2.55 per pound, while fed lambs averaged $1.44 per pound. the 63 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging from $172.50 to $180 per head. ---- even though there's no voluntary or mandatory labeling standard.. campbell soup company is voluntarily labeling its u-s products that have genetically modified organisms..
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all its products and would seek guidance from the f-d-a and approval from the u-s-d-a.. the grocery manufactures association.. representing more than 300 food companies opposed to mandatory g-m-o labeling... says it respects.. member rights.. but thinks it's also important congress acts quickly to stop patchwork state labeling laws. ---- and that's all we have for our show today.. thanks for joining us.. i'll be back tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.28 oc std. it's one of the worst feelings when your team can't seem to score, no matter how hard you try. the only thing worse might be accidentally scoring in your own goal. more sports faux pas in today's golden klutz. stay with tv9. it's ---. plan on a cold tuesday! lows
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plan on a cold tuesday! lows for the morning will hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with
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during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a warm front moves in tomorrow, which should help out in the temperatures as we head back into the 20s area-wide. we are still on track for 30s on thursday! after this, a system is still on track for friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be watching this as we move forward. stay warm out there!today: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30tonight: partly cloudy low: -4-2 winds: w 5-15tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 20-26 winds: s 5-15tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22
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whether you're an innocent bystander or you did it to yourself, it's not fun getting hit in the face. more bumps and bruises in today's golden klutz. let's start off with the worst pass of the week. just because nobody is open doesn't mean you throw it to the bench. what makes it worse it was the other teams bench worst layup of the week metta world peace. i know you are getting old but you might want to dunk it
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his teammates a got good laugh. and you talk about fast break basketball. northwestern and maryland and the wildcats miss maryland on the other end.no stolen. northwestern blocked... missed..maryla nd back the other way blocked again. here comes northeestern the ally oop and it goes in. another look it was supposed to be an ally opp but whatever works and lesson of the week if you are sitting in the front row always pay attention. this guy has no clue the ball is coming right him. another look right off his face. luckily he was alright but a little embarrases. worst goal of the goalie turns to clear it and it goes right into his own net for an own goal. and another lesson of your upset for missing a short field goal don't slam your helmet on the ground. it might bounce up and hit you in the face.
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tonight on kcrg nine point two. the girls and boys teams from alburnett will travel to north linn. the first game tips off at six. again that's tonight on kcrg nine point two. more people in iowa are getting the flu. the department of health says if you don't already have a flu shot, it would be a good idea. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9.
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you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early
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preparing his last state of the union address -- and this one won't be like any other. roll tide. the alabama crimson tide takes the crown as college football national champions. and custom-ordered knees. 3-d printing is changing the way patients get knee- replacement surgery. here's a live look on our city cam this morning.
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has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a cold tuesday! lows hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with moderation to -10 to -15 during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a warm front moves in tomorrow, which should help out in the temperatures as we head back into the 20s area-wide. we are still on track for 30s on thursday! after this, a system is still on track for friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be watching this as we move forward. stay warm out there!today:
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final state of the union address. kcrg-tv9's washington bureau chief jacqueline policastro looks into what's expected for the big speech. "right now we're in statuary hall - soon this place will be filled with television cameras. that's because it's the area just off the house floor, where president obama will deliver his state of the union address." the president is expected to talk about what we need to do in the years to come and set the tone for his last year in office and for the next president - one he hopes will be a democrat. obama has shown he is willing to bypass congress and white house advisors have led on that his speech is really directed at the american public this year. some issues on the table - climate change, closing guantanamo bay, gun control, and immigration among other things. the president will also likely highlight what he thinks
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the past 7 years. "after the speech the president already has plans. obama will sell his state of the union ideas on the road by heading to omaha, nebraska and baton rouge, louisiana. reporting inside the capitol, i'm jacqueline policastro" president obama will give his final state of the union tonight at 8 o'clock iowa time. you can watch his speech right here on kcrg-tv9. governor branstad will deliver his annual condition of the state address today to a joint session of the legislature. gavel sounds. the house will be in order. iowa lawmakers gathered at the capitol in des moines yesterday for the first day of the legislative session. once again, republicans control the iowa house and democrats have the majority in the senate. as lawmakers begin their work, many say they want to see all iowans who work 40 hours a week earn a living wage. but there are many other issues too. "the first priority in bills that iowans are depending on relates to school funding...the state supplemental aid amount needs to
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" the privitazation of medicaid. we've got to make sure we do this right or not do it at all... " the iowa house of representatives also saw a "first" this year. clear lake republican linda upmeyer became the first woman to serve as house speaker. a state lawmaker from bellevue says this will be his last session. representative brian moore told our coverage partner, k-d-t-h radio, he won't run for re-election this fall due to family concerns. voters in district 58 first elected him in 2010. moore owns a trucking business and farms. presidential candidates continue their trek across iowa today to meet with as many potential caucus goers as possible. hillary clinton travels to the charles and romona myers center in dubuque day. jeb bush starts his day at the coralville public library for a town hall. mike huckabee is hosting several
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include the coffee corner in washington, the williamsburg public library... ... and at the american legion in coralville. rick santorum will hold a town hall meeting in independence, then comes to cedar rapids for a house party, and then heads to a private house party in robins. and donald trump will hold a campaign rally is at the university of northern iowa's west gym. a group of iowa caucus goers plan to protest at donald trump's event today. they say they're against his "out of touch economic policy". the protesters will gather outside of the uni gym at 5:30 this evening. seven g-o-p candidates will take the main stage for thursday's debate . fox business network announced that donald trump, ben carson, ted cruz, marco rubio, chris christie, john kasich and jeb bush made the main debate line-up. the network invited rand paul, carly fiorina, mike huckabee and rick santorum for the undercard debate. paul says he will not participate in the debate, saying he will only be in quote "first-tier" debates. democratic presidential
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clinton kicked off her two- day tour in the electric park ballroom in waterloo. " iowa will have the first chance, in the nation, to express its -- your views -- about who we want to be president. " clinton has spent much of her presidential campaign focusing on republicans. but that changed yesterday when she confronted democratic opponent bernie sanders - more directly. she attempted to undermine his positions on gun control, health care, and wall street regulations. after months of being mfortably ahead of sanders in most polls, the gap between the two here in iowa is much smaller. dubuque police have a woman behind bars for a murder. she's the ex-wife of the victim who was also living with him. officers were called to 29-44 jackson street january 4th for a disturbance. when officers arrived, they found 72 year old gary breckenridge dead inside. police say a day after his death, his ex-wife told a
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breckenridge multiple times with a baseball bat she hid in a ditch culvert. police say surveillance cameras show 62 year old dolores flynn in the area where they found the bat. she faces a second degree murder charge and up to 50 years in prison. flynn is in jail on a 500- thousand dollar bond. this morning, the crimson tide is bringing home another national football championship. for the fourth time in seven years under head coach nick saban, alabama won the championship last night. heisman trophy winner derrick henry ran for 1-hundred-58 yards and three touchdowns in the 45 to 40 win over clemson. o.j. howard had touchdown grabs of 53 and 51 yards while setting an alabama bowl game record with 2-hundred-08 receiving yards. the future of knee replacement could be coming from a printer. doctors in the cedar rapids area are turning to 3d printers more and more to make custom knees for their patients. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins us at the
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technology? it's been around for a few years, but it's just starting to make its way to our neck of the woods. a local surgeon says he's done 30 in a the first year he's offered them. the benefits are big. and patients are smiling. larry johnson had severe arthritis in his left knee.look has his x-rays. the cartilage was gone. bone was touching bone, brining larry severe pain. it ruled his life by keeping him counting steps. "if you had to go to any event, you'd think about how far you'd have to walk. do you have to stand in line? these things are pretty painful."larry tried injections and more to to deal with the pain, but it wasn't working. he needed a new knee. that's where doctor sandeep munjal comes in. "how's the knee doing?"doctor munjal is an orthopedic surgeon who does a lot of knee replacements each year. typically, the new joints come in different sizes which are fit to the patient, like a shirt at a clothing store. this one is different. it's a
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with a knee ct scan. that will give technicians the proper measurements to use a 3d printer which mills out pieces for a better fitting knee. "the distal femur. it covers the cut surface completely. also, the joint line of the plastic is made separately." benefits are big. less bone has to be removed meaning potentially less pain and quicker recovery. motion is more natural... and perhaps the best part, it costs the same as a traditional knee replacement. "can you bend for me? that's beautiful." larry had his surgery in october. doctors say his knee is doing great and his pain has disappeared. "i think it's wonderful. i'm going to get the right knee done next." doctor munjal says 3d printed knees are the cutting edge, but expects the future of joint replacement will be in synthetic or biological
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he said 3d knees are palm pilot to bio material, the iphone. guys? thanks a lot forrest. the iowa department of public health says flu activity in iowa is increasing. in response, it's raising the flu's level of spread from local to regional. that means there are more flu cases in at least two regions in iowa. all three flu viruses this year's vaccine covers are currently circulating in iowa. so far this season, four people in iowa have died from the flu -- three middle- aged people and one elderly person. students going to mount mercy university now have the opportunity to finish undergraduat e and law school in six instead of seven years. it's through a new partnership with the
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mount mercy university has joined several other iowa colleges in the "three plus three" program. it allows students to do three years of undergraduate at a participating college. then, they apply to law school at the u-i in their junior year. if accepted, their senior year doubles as their first year of law school. students from age eight to 80 are learning to perfect their musical skills at the northeast iowa school of music. that dubuque based school first opened in 2001. teachers have trained hundreds of students including some who are now professional musicians. the school offers lessons for people who want to learn the piano, string and wind instruments and vocal performance. the student's tuition helps cover most of the operating costs for this non-profit. but directors depend on donations and fundraisers. lines of people wanting to get their hands on powerball tickets keep getting longer. and the record- breaking jackpot is
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forget the ice scraper, this car owner is going to need a blow torch. icy water from lake
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created this "carcicle." the vehicle was spotted parked along route five in hamburg, new york....that's near buffalo. plan on a cold tuesday! lows for the morning will hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with moderation to -10 to -15 during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a
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help out in the temperatures as we head back into the 20s area-wide. we are still on track for 30s on thursday! after this, a system is still on track for friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be watching this as we move forward. stay warm out there! today: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30tonight: partly cloudy low: -4-2 winds: w 5-15tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 20-26 winds: s 5-15tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22
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thanks kaj. automakers are rolling out
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at the annual auto show in detroit. and with falling gas prices, they're shifting focus to what they think consumers want, besides good gas mileage. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's --.
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after a rough week last week. and oil prices continue to decline -- seeing the lowest levels since 2009. the price of oil plummeted another five percent yesterday to 31 dollars a barrel. that's the lowest price since december of 2003. oil prices have already fallen 16 percent in 20- 16. this follows a brutal 20-15 where prices declined 30 percent. automakers are showing off their latest models at the international auto show in detroit. companies are shifting their focus from fuel economy to technology and safety. honda has a redesigned civic, which is the country's best-selling car. the new model has a lower, sporty appearance and a turbocharged engine option.
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help power a comeback for the swedish brand. and people have been lining up this week to buy tickets for tomorrow's powerball drawing. the latest jackpot estimate is one-point- four billion dollars. that's 8-hundred-68 million dollars before taxes, if the winner decides on a one-time lump sum. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam. kaj is up next with our
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plan on a cold tuesday! lows for the morning will hit around 9am with many areas settling back to zero or a few degrees below. we anticipate very little recovery in temperatures and actual daytime highs of 0-5 above look reasonable in many areas. wind chills will be in the -15 to -25 range this morning, with moderation to -10 to -15 during the afternoon hours. tonight, plan on a quick temperature drop through mid-evening, then rising temperatures after midnight. a warm front moves in tomorrow, which should help out in the temperatures as we head back into the 20s area-wide. we are still on track for 30s on thursday! after this, a system
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friday and possibly a second one for saturday. in either case, we are too far out for any details on amounts or impacts. we'll be watching this as we move forward. stay warm out there!today: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30tonight: partly cloudy low: -4-2 winds: w 5-15tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 20-26 winds: s 5-15tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22 winds: sw 5-10
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here's a look at today's top stories... tonight president obama will deliver his final state of the union address. he will address immigration, climate change and gun control. he will also highlight his biggest achievements in office. you can watch the state of the union tonight at eight on tv-9.
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in the ap poll released today. next up for the hawkeyes at michigan state this thursday. iowa point guard mike gasell was named the big 10 player of the week today. mike posted his first career double-double with 22 points and 10 assist in a 77-66 win over nebraska. i went thru that process of trying to figure things out especially as a point guard. it is not
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when you need to look for your shot and when you need to get others involved and i think that is something that i have really improved on this year. be able to pick my spots and just run the team. sot :20 oc: "run the team " after two straight losses to fall to 1-2 in the big 12.. the cyclones fell to 17th in today's ap poll. iowa state will try to raise their record to .500 in the conference tomorrow night at texas. this isn't the end of the world i mean we are three games into conference play. you don't even think about the conference championship race until the last two weeks of the season. pump the breaks a little bit. i know we had a lot of high expectations and those can still be high. we are working we are working at this. :20 oc: "working at this " the mount mercy men at home tonight hosting lincoln christian...this one was all mustangs...c.j. parker pulls up from the wing and buries the three....52-33 mt mercy... --then off the turnover, tre wagner ahead to parker for the lay-in.... --the wagner to parker combo
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ner with the no-look behind the head pass to parker....mustangs up 25.... --then chris ford gets in on the action with the hoop and the harm....mt mercy wins big 101-71. thanks scott. [ horn honks ] okay, this is u.s. cellular, and this is verizon. now, same phones, but with u.s. cellular you get 6 gigs of 4g data for only $40 per month -- $20 less than verizon. and u.s. cellular's network was built to work in places like out here, here, and here. so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back.
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on our city cam. it's january 12th and here's what you need to know today. president obama is preparing to give his final state of the union address tonight. he will touch on immigration issues, climate change and gun control. five 20-16 presidential hopefuls are making stops in eastern iowa today just weeks ahead of the to trump, they all hope to convince voters. the annual valuation report isn't ready and it could impact your property taxes. 3-d printing is changing the way doctors do knee replacements. one doctor says he's the
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