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slowly rise after midnight as more clouds move overhead. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with scattered flurries, but it'll be warmer with highs in the 20s. 30s are on the way on thursday with rain/snow mix is possible friday, changing to lingering blast of cold air is on tap for the weekend.toda y: windy and cold 3 dbq: 5 iow: 7 iowa governor terry branstad has just wrapped up his legislative priorities in the annual condition of the state speech. kcrg tv nine's dave franzman joins us live from our newsroro. dave, what did the governor tell lawmakers? jill, he warned lawmakers and others
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the iowa house to expect a tight budget year. still, he explained how his budget would target growth in a couple of areas and both involved education. the message from the says he will propose a budget that keeps the state stable and fits within a five year projection of growth. branstad will propose an increase in k-12 funding of 145-million dollars. that's growth of just under governor also highlighted a plan floated last week to extend the to school infrastructure needs. he wants to couple that with sharing growth in income with efforts to improve iowa's water quality. " schools will receive guaranteed growth of 10 million each year or 100-million in new infrastructure every decade on top of what they are already receiving " the governor also touted job growth putting his figure at 214-thousand jobs, a
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goal set back in 2010. democrats were quick to comment that 214-thousand figure is jobs created, not jobsbsost at the same time. democrats say the actually net gain in people working in iowa is about half that. live in the newsroom, dave franzman kcrg tv9 news. today president obama will make his final state of the union address to the nation. on top of a he's expected to and criminal justice reform. kcrg-tv9's ashington bureau chief jacqueline policastro has more. this is one of the president's most important speeches of the year - he gave us a unique preview with a video address - take a listen to what t t president says he plans to talk about during his final state of the union. sot president obama "not just what i want to get done in the year ahead, but what we all need to do together in the years to come. the big things, that will guararaee and even stronger, better more prosperous america
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america we believe in. that's what is on my mind." the white house is making it clear - they don't want to slow down. the president says he's going to keep his foot on the gas pedal during the final year of his presidency. reporting inside the capitol, i'm jacqueline policastro we'll have more coverage of today's state of the union address, coming up in our next half hour. abc news political analyst cokie roberts will join us live from washington d-c with her take on todd's address. hillary clinton is in campaigning in iowa today. with less than three weeks to go before the iowa caucuses, clinton is trying to gain some last-minute support while in ames this morning. she just wrapped up a a few minutes ago where she took a stance against gun rights activists. "there probably isn't any corporate lobby, strong or more influential in picking politicians to be elected and intimidating them once they are than the gun lobby. " a recent poll shows she has
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in iowa. former florida governor jeb bush is also in iowa today. he spoke to voters in coralville early this morning. this is video from a campaign stop in south carolina earlier this week. a quinnipiac university poll released yesterday shows bush with only three percent support in iowa. that's down from when bush wasas top-tier candidate just a few months ago. texas senator ted cruz and businessman donald trump are currently the top two polling candidates in the state. more housing is on its way to a waterloo neighborhood. yesterday, the waterloo city council approved a development agreement with iowa heartland habitat for humanity to build homes at the site of the old irving elementary schchl. this is a look at the site along west 6th street
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habitat for humanity plans to build 14 homes on the plot of land. it used to be the home of the old irving elementary school, which was demolished. the city owned the land and just sold it to habitat for humanity for a dollar. under the development agreement, the 14 homes need to be constructed by the end of 2019. a habitat spokeswoman says they plan to begin building as soon as the ground is thawed enough to dig a foundation. 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 dollars a year 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"
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home buyers can benefit from the program this year. car sales are up throughout the country, and that trend is holding true in eastern iowa. the iowa automobile dealers association says vehicle registrations in iowa were up three percent last year from the year before. that means there are 4- thousand new and used cars in driveways across iowa. nationwide, sales are breaking records with more than 17 million cars sold in 2015. haiwatha's dave wright nissan and subaru credits their increased sales wititan improving economymy "it seems to me when housing does well, car sales do well and obviously fuel prices have been down but i think our economies been pretty good for quite a few years so i think people settled down and feel comfortable about spending money again.n. wright said his sales in 2015 went up by 25 percent. construction crews will work on busy roads near the site of a new high school in north liberty. city leaders say they plan to
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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 whatever reason, but 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 arou the high school will look like. 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. "with a private lessons you can do a little more in depth. you get 30 minutes. sometimes it's 45 minutes. you can work on the skills and you can work on your
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the student's tuition helps cover most of the operating costs for this non-profit. but directors depend on donations and fundraisers. athletes have taken over dubuque today for the annual iowa special olympics winter gaas. 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 them from across the state will participate in skiing, snow 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,
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floor. many say that's their favorite part of winter games. we've got high school hoops action for you the girls and boys teams from alburnett will travel to north linn. the first game tips off kcrg nine point two. still to come this miay -- during the winter months, it can sometimes be difficult to stay healthy. doctors say getting healthy and staying healthy all starts in your gut. we'll explain in today's healthy life report. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. this afternoon is looking cold,
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sunshine. northwest winds will
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blow at 15 to 25 mph, sometimes gusting as high as 30. that'll make today's highs in the single digits still feel below zero. temperatures fall to around zero this evening, but will slowly rise after midnight as more clouds move overhead. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with scattered flurries, but it'll be warmer with highs in the 20s. 30s are on the way on thursday with partial sunshine. a light rain/snow mix
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light snow saturday. another blast of cold air is on tap for the weekend.toda y: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 3 dbq: 5 iow: 7 tonight: partly cloudy low: -3-3 winds: sw 5-15 alo: -2 dbq: -2 iow: 2 tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 23 iow: 27 tomorrow night: partly 5-10 alo: 19 dbq: 18 iow: 22 thursday: partly cloudy high: 37 - low: 20 friday: chance of rain/snow
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snow high: 20 - low: 17 sunday: low: 4 - low: -3 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: -1 thanks justin. many diseases get their start
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system. so, some doctors are going straight to your gut to treat them. cnn's linda ciampa has more in today's health minute. "this is scary, this isn't just about feeling better, looking better, getting nice clothes, it really was about life and mortality more than everything to get healthy, but nothing worked. out of desperation, she turned to o nurse practitioner - lisa vasile- who says not all but most system or the zub are functional health practitioners who try to find and fix the root cause of disease. they say conditions - such as diabetes, fatigue and even autoimmune disorders - are a red flag that something's off in the body.
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and how cool would it be if you could fix the gut and all those things would go away, too?"so how do you fix the gut? vasile and zub say it starts with eliminating highly processed and sugary foods and instead eating plenty of vegetables, fruit, lean protein and complex carbs. and, they say- add foods rich in prebiotics and probiotics because they promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut. prebiotics powerhouses include: asparagus, bananas, legumes, oatmeal, artichokes, garlic and onions "many of the chronic disease in we treat with pills can really be beautifully addressed with lifestyle changes, exercise, nutritional support".in waltham, ciampa for cnn. 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. stay with us on tv9. good morning.. this is the
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south africa agreed to end restrictions on most u-s pork.. poultry.. and beef.. after months of negotiataons 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 to the national house is looking at iowa senator joni ernst's resolution of wotus.. that passed the senate in november..
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halted the implementatio n of the water rule.. and a 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 mornrng." "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
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but boxed beef is keeping the market in check. the key 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
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genetically modified organisms.. it says it was prepared to label all its products and would seek approval from 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. we're learning more about the events that led up to the arrest of mexican drug lord 'el chapo'. rolling stone has published the entire interview between joaquin guzman and actor shawn penn. that's coming up next on tv9. stay with us.
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lord, the rolling stone magazine officially published sean penn's interview with the escaped convict. penn met with the man known as 'el chapo' in mexico late last year. mexican marines captured joaquin guzman four days ago. now prosecutors in the united states are trying to figure out who gets the first chanceceo take guzman to court. abc's elizabeth hur has more. "from rolling stone interview"this morning.. rolling stone releasing the full 17-minute video of el chapo's interview with actor sean penn? "el chapo"el chapo saying he is not apologetic about being a drug lord..
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matt gutman: "they had to crawl under that to get oveethere?"after el chapo's capture, abc's matt gutman.. was able to get a first look inside the drug lord's safe house.. and his underground tunnels in mexico.. "gunfire"after the mexican marines released this video showing the ferocious fight that happened there.. "grenades"blasting their way through and killing five of el chapo's men.. before tracking down their target.. actress' father in spanish..eric del castillo : "i don't know more than you.."actor eric del castillo.. telling mexican media.. he was surprised to learn his actress daughter.. kate del castillo arranged the secret meeting between el chapo and penn.. turns out.. mexican intelligence was tracking both actors.. photographin g their every move.. and penn ... finally speaking out.. defending his intervrvw with the drug kingpin.. telling the associated press monday - via email "i've got nothin' to hide.elizabeth tag: as for el chap. in his interview.. he says being free.. was very nice. but of course.. he is now back behind bars but it could take
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back in the us.. as mexican officials now say his extradition to the us has been suspended. eh, abc news, ny. the democratic race for president is getting tighter, now, less than 3 weeks away from the iowa caucuses. the two main candidates fighting for the nomination took on several topics at a forum last night in des moines. president obama is preparing to
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president obama is preparing to make his final state of the union address. we'll talk with abc political analyst cokie roberts about what to expect from today's speech. "right after the surgery, i walked from the bed into the bathroom and back. " and doctors in eastern iowa are using new technology to make knee surgery easier. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at
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tonight, president obama will speak to the nation in his final state of the union address. he's expected to bring up several topics including gun control. this is video from his announcement of executive action on background checks from earlier this month. joining us now with more on what you could hear in today's state of the union address is abc news political analyst cokie roberts. cokie, thanks for joining g . cokie, some have described this speech as non-traditional...h ow will this state of the union address be different than those in the past? what topics are you expecting
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on the topic of gun violence, president obama is expected to leave a symbolic chair open for all those who have died from gun violence. do you think that will have an impact? what demands will he have for congress? with republicans controlling both houses of congress, how far will this speech go to make a difference? we're all being
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from the vast field of presidential candidates. do you think the president will take up the topic of the next president during his speech? in a video released by the white house, the president previewed his speech with a very optptistic outlook, saying he has never been more optimistic about a year ahead... why do you think that's his focus and his tone? president obama campaigned on making change. has he done that and do you think he'll d dcuss that? in less than three weeks, iowans
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they want to succeed president obama next year. both former secretary of state hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders spoke at a forum in des moines last night. the democratic of gun control and the need to stop violence in the united states. "on the issue of guns, let me be very clear. i support the president. i think we have got to expand and extend and approve instant background everything we can to end these horrific that we're seeing in this country. " "there are so many different kinds of potential violent acts and we have to stop all of them. we cannot let anybody live in fear and it
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" clinton a a sanders are in a tight race in iowa leading three weeks out, clinton leads sanders 48 to 45 percent. the stage is getting smaller for republican presidential candidates. the fox business network announced only seven hopefuls will take part in the prime-time debate on thursday. mike huckabee, rick santorum, and carly fiorina will participate in the earlier debate. kentucky senator rand paul was invited to that debate, but says he will only participate in what he calls 'first-tier debates'. we've said it all morning longg and you've probably realized it by now - but it's really cold outside! justin, how long will this continue? this afternoon is looking cold, even with sunshine. northwest winds will
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blow at 15 to 25 mph, sometimes gusting as high as 30. that'll make today's highs in the single digits still feel below zero. temperatures fall to around zero this evening, but will slowly rise after midnight as more clouds move overhead. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with scattered flurries, but it'll be warmer with highs in the 20s. 30s are on the way on thursday with partial sunshine. a light rain/snow mix isossible friday, changing to lingering light snow saturday. another blast of cold air is on tap for the weekend.toda y: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 3 dbq: 5 iow: 7 a fayette county man involved in a fatal drunk driving crash will serve up to 11 years in prison. the waterloo cedar falls courier reports that a judge sentenced 19- year-old
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pleaded guilty to a vehicular charge in court. he admitted to driving drunk when a crash killed a 20-year-old man in 2014. fogle's blood-alcohol level at the time of the legal limit. investigators in black hawk county say thehefound a marijuana growing operation in cedar falls. police executed a search warrant at 2004 west fourth street in cedar falls yesterday. a drug task force found marijuana plants and marijuana bagged up and packaged for sale. authorities arrested 34- year-old jospeh ackerson. he faces charges related to manufacturin g and intending to distribute marijuana. he was taken to the black hawk county jail but has since been released. with this cold weather, the american red cross is reminding people to be careful about using space heaters and other heating devices. over the weekend, red cross volunteers helped 35 people throughout eastern iowa because of house fires. heating sources didn't cause all of those fires, but
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leading cause of home fire deaths. 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. 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. the technology has been around for a few years, but it's just starting to make its way to our area. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders has more. 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
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him counting steps. "if you had to go to any event, u'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 custom fit that starts 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
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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." that was forrest saunders reporting. doctors say 3d printed knees are the cutting edge, but expects the future of joint replacement will be in s sthetic or biological materials that closely mimic the human body. coming up in the showbiz wrap -- fans are continuing to remember singer david bowie. and if you have enough money, the playboy mansion is for sale. but something you might not expect comes with that purchase -- we'll explain after the break. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alertrt
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sunshine. northwest winds will continue to blow at 15 to 25 mph, sometimes gusting as high as 30. that'll make today's highs in the single digits still feel below zero. temperatures fall to around zero this evening, but will slowly rise after midnight as
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tomorrow will be mostly y oudy with scattered flurries, but it'll be warmer with highs in the 20s. 30s are on the way on thursday with partial sunshine. a light rain/snow mix is possible friday, changing to lingering light snow saturday. another blast of cold air is on tap for the weekend.toda y: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 3 dbq: 5 iow: 7 tonight: partly cloudy low: -3-3 winds: sw 5-15 alo: -2 dbq: -2 iow: 2 tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: s 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 23 iow: 27 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 17-23 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 19 dbq: 18 iow: 22 thursday: partly cloudy
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chance of rain/snow high: 32 - low: 27 saturday: chance of snow high: 20 - low: 17 high: 9 - low: 4 monday: chance of snow high: 10 - low: -3 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: -1 thanks justin. fans around the world are paying
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david bowie. and the record breaking powerball could get you one of the most well-known n uses on the planet.
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has today's showbiz wrap. fans worldwide are still reeling from the unexpected death of david bowie. the multi-media superstar had been waging a secret battle against cancer. he had just turned sixty-nine and had just released what he knew would be his last album. grieving admirers have left memorials to bowie at locations around the world. sot heather petty, david bowie fan: "he was experimenting. he wasn't afraid to do things people didn't like ?. " sot nick , david bowie fan:" ? he broke the boundaries. he was an inspiration to all of us ?." no regrets from sean penn! the oscar-winning actor says he has nothing to hide after taking flack for this meeting. penn interviewed the fugitive drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman for "rolling stone" magazine. the meeting was uupposed to be top secret -- but there are reports mexican authorities knew about it -- and that it helped t tm to capture el chapo last friday. mexican police are reportedly investigating penn's involvement. finally, if you hit the powerball jackpot on wednesday
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plunk down 200-million dollars for this fabled piece of real l tate. the playboy mansion is up for sale. it sits on five acres in west los angeles and features 29 rooms -- and one very famous resident. and playboy founder hugh hefner -- who's 89 -- would continue to live there as a condition of the sale. if those walls could talk. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. 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 derrickckenry 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
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we've got high school hoops action for you tonight on kcrg nine point two. the girls and boys teams from alburnett willl travel to north linn. the first game tips off at six. again that's tonight on kcrg nine point two. coming up after the break out hy-vee dietician is here. she has some good recipes for quick salads to help us power through the day. stay with us, we'll be right back. a healthy lun is often just
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need to power through the rest of our day. but sometimes that goes by the wayside as when we run out of time. but hy-vee dietician kimberly proctor is here to help us out. kimberly, what do you have for us today? why are these a healthy option? what can happen if we skip out on a midday meal?
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energized? summer roll pint-jar salad serves 1 source: hy-vee seasons magazine, january 2016 all you need: 1 recipe peanut dressing , or for purchased alternative, hy-vee select light lemon ginger sesame vinaigrette cup asian cellophane noodles cup edamame cup carrots, shredded 2 tablespoons green onion cup mango cup bibb lettuce 1 teaspoons fresh cilantro, chopped 1/2 teaspoon fresh mint, chopped peanut dressing: combine 1 tablespoon each hy-vee natural peanut butter and hy-vee canola oil, 1 teaspoon hy- vee soy sauce, teaspoon sesame oil, teaspoon rice wine vinegar and teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes. all you do: adding the dressing cellophane noodles. layer the edamame, carrots, bibb lettuce, cilantro and mint. store in fridge for 1 to 2 days. to bowl and toss to
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kimberly, thanks for being
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coming up tomorrow, our veterinarian will be here to answer all of your pet health questions. stay with your 24 hour
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back to our top stories this midday. president obama is preparing to make his final state of the union address. he's slated to take on several issues tonight including the improved economy and gun control. his speech is scheduled to start at 8:00. you can watch it right here on tv9. presidential candidites are in iowa ahead of the iowa caucuses next month. hillary clinton wrapped up a speech in ames just about an hour ago. and former florida governor jeb bush visited with voters in coralville this morningng governor terry branstad addressed
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his annual in des moines, he talked about his proposed budget for the state. he spent someime on k-12 education where he proposed an increase of about 2 and a half percent. with this cold weather, the american red cross is reminding people to be careful about using space heaters and other heating devices. over the weekend, red cross volunteers eastern iowa sources didn't cause all of those fires, but theheare the second leading cause of home fire deaths. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. this afternoon is looking cold, even with sunshine. northwest winds will continue to blow at 15 to 25 mph, sometimes gusting as high as 30. that'll make today's highs in the single digits still feel below zero. temperatures fall to around zero this evening, but will slowly rise after midnight as more clouds move overhead. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with scattered flurries, but it'll be warmer with highs in the 20s. 30s are on the way on thursday with partial sunshine. a light rain/snow mix is possible friday,hanging to
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light snow saturday. a ather blast of cold air i i on tap for the weekend.toda y: windy and cold high: 2-8 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 3 dbq: 5 iow: 7 tonight: partly cloudy low: -3-3 winds: sw 5-15 alo: -2 dbq: -2 iow: 2 tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: s 5-15 alo: 24 dbq: 23 iow: 27 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 17-23 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 19 dbq: 18 iow: 22 thursday: partly cloudy high: 37 - low: 20 friday: chance of rain/snow high: 32 - low: 27 saturday: chance of snow high: 20 - low: 17 sunday: partly cloudy, cold high: 9 - low: 4 monday: chance of snow high: 10 - low: -3 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 19 - low: -1 that's all the time we have
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