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good wednesday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 13th and here's what you need to know today. " i know some you are a little antsy to get back to iowa. " president obama joked about the 20-16 campaign and took a look back at his seven years in office during his final state of the union address. as some 20-16 candidates attended the state of the union, many were here in iowa trying to get voters to caucus for them. as voters start to make up their minds on who to caucus for, some young voters say they are confused at how the process works. one point five billion dollars is on the line tonight in the powerball drawing. a financial advisor says if you win, you'll need to get a team of legal advisors and personal security. and mercy medical center in cedar rapids wants high school students to know the dangers of tanning beds as prom season approaches.
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from your 24 hour news sourcece news. dubuque fire fighters are on the scene of a house fire this morning. that house is at 1220 rosedale avenue. this is a live picture. fire crews say 4 people were in the house at the time of the fire, but they all got out okay and the fire is now under control. the fire department says at this point they think the fire started in the chimney. a fire investigator will figure out what happened.
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information. a warm front is moving into easrn iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all eas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer thursday with highs well into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance of snow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests that we may not crack zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggested by the middle of next week. enjoy a warmer day!today: am
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winds: sw 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 30tonight: partly cloudy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24tomorrow: the chief justice of the iowa supreme court will address the general assembly this morning. chief justice mark cady will speak about the state of the judiciary in iowa. he is scheduled to speak at 10 this morning. two years ago, cady asked for an 11 million dollar budget increase. governor branstad wants to pump another 145- million dollars into k through 12 education in the next fiscal year. that's a 2 point 45 percent increase. but one school superintendent in eastern iowa isn't sure that's enough new money to make a difference. governor branstad made the announcement yesterday during his condition of the state address. last year branstad vetoed 55-million dollars in one-time money lawmakers agreed on. so this percentage compared to last year is an improvement. but that won't be enough for some small districts like north cedar. the county is seeing declining enrollment which means the state must spend
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but branstad's proposed increase isn't going to cover it. "anytime you're talking about two and a half percent in supplemental aid, allowable growth whatever you call it, that's going to be disappointing to most superintendents." superintendent cooper says most districts need a four percent increase to make up for increased salaries and other expenses. the governor says education spending will add up to just less than half of the overall proposed budget. the governor brought up a couple of other issues during his condition of the state speech. iowa." that's an initiative with the goal of having 70 percent o oiowa's workforce educateteor trained beyond high school by 20-25. the governor also brought up criminal justice system reform. he issued a call to work with legislators to address disparities in iowa's criminal justice system. political polls help candidates
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support, and they give the public an educated guess of which way an election may go. but sometimes, polls contradict each other. for example, the wall street journal, n-b-c and marist released polls over the weekend that put hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a statistical tie in iowa. then yesterday, quinnipiac university released a poll of likely iowa democratic caucus goers. it found sanders ahead of clinton. the director of e loras poll ys there are a lot of factors that make results vary from poll to poll. it's the way pollsters define certain words, who they talk to, and how they reach those people. students in a class at loras college are studying the caucuses and working on the loras poll. the students crafted the questions for the next loras poll. pollsters will begin making calls to iowa voters starting today. "for democracy to work and function. i don't think voters should sit back and say, the polls have told me who is going to win but rather to say here is
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the results of the loras poll will be released next week. that will be the last loras poll before the february 1st caucuses. lots of republicans are amping up their efforts in iowa. republican jeb bush campaigned in coralville yesterday. despite low poll numbers, the former florida governor says he isn't going anywhere. he plans to continue pushing hard to win support in iowa and in early primary states. bush says iowans have legitimate concerns about economic security as well as national security. he told t-v nine's mark carlson, iowans should expect to see a lot of him and his volunteers over the next few weeks. "talk about what these next few weeks are going to be like for you in the state of iowa... well, we're going to be having a lot of volunteers coming from all over the country to help a really wellllrganized team identify and then make sure people come to the caucuses, as you know this is contact sport basically, it's a drag people out, make sure they're
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republican mike huckabee was also in coralville. the former arkansas governor won the g-o-p caucuses in 2008, and he thinks he can do it again this year. only a couple dozen people showed up to the event at the american legion. huckabee has already visited all of iowa's 99 counties. he's currently making a 150 stop tour across iowa. rick santorum met with a small ggup of people at the independence public library. the former pennsylvania senator spoke with them and answered their questions. he hopes his approach will push him above other candidates on february first. santorum officially won iowa in 20-12 after a recount. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. the dubuque woman facing a second degege murder charge for beating and killing her ex-husband with a baseball bat allegedly told her son she did it. dubuque police arrested 62 year old delores flynn on monday. they say she killed her ex-
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court documents say a neighbor living above breckenridge heard a series of loud "booms" and heard breckenridge yell "she's killing me." that was on january fourth. when police responded, they found breckenridge' s body. police say flynn's son later told them his mother admitted that she beat breckenridge with a baseball bat. flynn is in jail on half a million dollars bond. prepping yourself for prom can take a lot of work. a hospital in cedar rapids is hoping teens don't turn to tanning beds to look good. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at mercy medical center this morning. forrest, what are they doing to discourage tanning bed use? mercy medical center's hall-perrine cancer center is hosting a free, pre-prom skin cancer awareness event from 2 to 4 pm on sunday january 17. the event is aimed at keeping young people out of the sun and away from tanning
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especially as prom season nears. this pre-prom event will include hair, makeup and sunless tanning tips from industry experts, as well as a fashion show highlighting the latest styles in dresses. participants may also browse and shop at a vendor fair. participants are invited to register to win a $250 gift certificate to dillards, an ipad mini and other prizes. additionally, a local skin cancer survivor will share her story about the dangers of sun exposure and tanning. vincent reid, md, medical director of hall-perrine cancer center will share to the american cancer society, skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. melanoma, a more dangerous type of skin cancer, accounted for more than 73,000 new cases in 2015, and about 10,000 skin cancer deaths each year. indoor tanning, just like sun tanning outside, exposes skin to uv rays is the cause of most skin cancers. according to the centers for disease control and prevention , people who begin tanning during adolescence or early adulthood
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to register for this pre- prom event at the hall- perrine cancer center, please call 319-861- 7998 this pre-prom event will include hair, makeup and sunlss tanning tips from industry experts, as well as a fashion show highlighting the laast styles in dresses. participants may nicole, back to you. tv-9's forrest saunders. thanks a lot. it appears the hot gadget of 2016 will be a "selfie drone." and there are two new celebrities in the world of snapchat -- you may recognize these four- legged first dogs. that's coming up in techbytes.
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a warm front is moving into eastern iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all areas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a
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into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance of snow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests that we may not crack zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggested by the middle of next week. enjoy a warmer day! today: am flurries, m/cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 30tonight: partly cloudy
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winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 36-42 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 36 dbq: 35 iow: 40tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 24-30 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 26 iow: 26
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now here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with this morning's techbytes. trt oc hey there n today's "techbytes" the selfie drone. >>&yeah the drone is said to follow users around while filming them, as fast as 25 miles an hour. it already has 60,000 preorders collecting $34 million. >> it plans shipping these selfie drones this summer. amazon has a new offer for those who can't wait to have the test video games. >> they'll now get $2020 off all preorder games. prime memberships cost $999 per year. and the first dogs have becomenstant stars of snapchat. >> the white house launched its
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presidency with a state of the union address focusing on what he's achieved. he spoke out an array of topics - less about policy more on long term goals. abc's stephanie ramos is in washington with details. nats - "the president of the united states!" this was it. president obama's last state of the union address before congress and the nation. nats: applause kicking off the speech.. acknowledging the 2016 election and the horse race in the early primary states. sot : obama, "for this final one, i'm going to try to make it shorter. i know some of you are antsy to get back to iowa." presidential hopefuls marco rubio and bernie sanders sitting in the chamber .... gop frontrunner donald trump ....not invited but going straight to twitter....to down the speech. without mentioning republican candidates by name took them on? sot - president obama "how can we make our
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what's worst?" but also made a plea for untiy... sot - i hope we can work together this year on bipartisan priorities like criminal justice reform. and highlighted past successes...an d the future. obama 21:56:15 the future we want - opportunity and security for our families; a rising standard of living and a sustainable, peaceful plet for our kids - all that is within our reach. but republicans challenged the president...starting with the gop response from south carolina governor nikki haley sot - gov. nikki haley / south carolina"the president's record has often fallen far short of his soaring words." haley even taking a swing at donald trump. sot - gov. nikki haley / south carolina"it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices." tag: today...president obama will kick off his post state of the union tour...stoppin g in nebraska and louisiana. stephanie ramos abc
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10 american sailors are free this morning. two small navy boats briefly entered iran's territorial waters yesterday. the two boats were traveling from kuwait to bahrain when the u-s lost contact with them. u-s security says one of the boats had a mechanical problem. but the iranian military says the boats were snooping around. the 20-16 g-o-p presidential front-runner is no stranger to controversy. some protestors gathered outside of donald trump's rally at u-n-i, despite the freezing cold temperatures. you're looking live on our ci cam. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your
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meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now with your first alert forecast. a warm front is moving into eastern iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will
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all areas today with ower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer thursday with highs well into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance o osnow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests that we may not c cck zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggested by the middle of next week. enjoy a warmer day! today: am flurries, m/cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 30tonight: partly cloudy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 36-42
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iow: 40tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 24-30 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 26 iow: 26 one iowa high school is seeing a recent increase in a contagious disease. the district is alarmed because it requires all students to be immunized for the mumps.
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good wednesday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 13th ananhere's what you need to know today. " i know some of you are a little antsy to get back to iowa. " president obama joked about the 20-16 campaign and took a lolo back at his seven years in office during his final state of the union address. as some 20-16 candidates attended the state of the union, many were here in iowa trying to get voters to caucus for them. as voters start to make up their minds on who to caucus for, some young voters say they are confused at how the process works. one point five billion dollars is on the line tonight in the powerball drawing. a financial advisor says if you win, you'll need to get a team of legal advisors and personal security. and mercy medical center in cedar rapids wants high school students to know the dangers of tanning beds as prom season approaches. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news
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a warm front is moving into eastern iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all areas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer thursday with highs well into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance of f ow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests that we may not crack zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging,south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggesteteby the middle of next week. enjoy a warmer day!today: am
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whether abroad or fellow citizens, when a mosque is vandalized, or a kid is called naes, that doesn't make us safer. that's not telling it like it is. it's just wrong. " president obama alluded to republican presidential frontrunner donald trump a few times in his final state of the union speech last night. meanwhile, trump was in iowa speaking to more than one thousand people on the u-n-i campus, focusing on iowa's important role on caucus night. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy spoke to supporters who are a little confused on how the process works. "i spoke with several people who
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chosen trump as their candidate and do plan to turn out on caucus night.particularly people who have voted past elections. but for some young voters, the concept of caucusing is a little confusing." sot "i'm not super clear on what caucus night is, i usually just do primaries and general election, you know, just to my knowledge. but i'm n too clear about what sucks night is, no."it's a process severarayoung voters here say they plan to research, but they're still on the fence about actually participating. trump briefly addressed the issue, saying he believes iowa could make all the difference. "i want to have a mandate. if we win iowa, i think we're going to run the table."for some iowans who have caucused before, the process is actually lesu complicated than some may think and should be treated like a responsibility. "we have the privilege of being the first state to caucus and i think that's very exciting, even though we et stuck with the political ads starting montnt and months ago, i look at it as a privilege." "if you're considering caucusing
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where to go, that informatioiois availalae on iowa's secretary of state website.we've put a link to that information under this story on kcrg dot com. in cedar falls, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 news." while trump spoke inside the gym, a group of protesters gathered in the cold. they focused on trump's economic policies saying they don't work for iowans. "i would tell donald trump to stop talking out of both sides of his mouth and focus on issues that are impornt to iowans. and thats economic issues.and thats policies that are going to give them better paychecks. " about 100 people hoping to attend trump's rally had to go home because there wasn't enough space for them. democratic presidential frontrunner hillary clinton is showing her support for president obama's calls to action. she tweeted out supportive messages during the state of the union n ter speaking at the university of dubuque. there, she talked about perfecting the affordable care act, and not raising taxes on the middle class. she also went after her opponent, bernie sanders, who
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of likely caucus-goers. "a lot of what he's talked about in his campaign would be very expensive. it would probably by the best estimates end up costing 18 to 20 trillion dollars over 10 yearar at's a lot of money, " clinton also criticized governor branstad for closing two mental health institutes in iowa last year. there's about a 1-in-292 million chance of winning today's 1-point-5 billion dollar powerball drawing. the question is - do you really want to win? a financial advisor in eastern iowa says it's not as simple as putting the money into a bank, or buying a new house and fancy cars. jeff johnston says if you win, the first step would be to hire a legal team to help manage the money. that would include a lawyer, a tax preparer, and a wealth manager. he says you'd also need to be careful about whom you talk to about your newfound wealth. but in iowa the winner's name would be public record. "you're going to want to have the ability to do your day-to-day
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conversations you have with people, being alone with people. i mean, find out you won, and all of a sudden, hey i'm suing you for this, or i fell in your yard and i'm suing you for this." johnston says in addition to finding people to manage all that money, you'd probably want to hire personal security. a 23 year old sioux city man is one million dollars richer. joel dominguez's ticket matched t t first five numbers in but he didn't match the powerball number. he was one of 25 ticket- buyers across the country that won one million dollars. warren county health officialal are investigating a rash of mumps cases. seven students at indianola high school have come down with the mumps in the past month. 5 were vaccinated. the lab confirmed 4 cases right before christmas break. 3 similar illnesses have also surfaced. the school is now asking faculty and students to
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sevevel times a day. rightht now, it's not considered an outbreak. "i would say that we are at a series of cases right now, based on the total number of population " all students are now required to get 2 doses of the measles, mumps and rubella, or mmr, vaccine. the school has notified parents of the developments. ununversity of iowa offifials are expecting a spike of mumps cases when students return for classes next week. in december, u-i reported the highest number of cases since 2006, when they reach a couple of hundred. the school did offer free vaccinations in november to those under 25. health officials say the number of cases dropped in december because students were going home for break. it's one of the biggest nights of high school --prom. it also takes a lot of preparation -- dresses, flowers, hair -- and for a lot of girls -- tanning. tv-9's forrest saunders joins us from mercy medical center in cedar rapids this morning. forrest, the hospital
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teens the dangers of tanning? that's right, nicole. mercy medical center's hall-perrineneancer center is hosting a free, pre-prom skin cancer awareness event from 2 to 4 p.m. on sunday, jan. 17. x-apple-data-detectors: the event is aimed at keeping young people out of the sun and away from tanning booths, especially as prom season nears. this pre-prom event will include hair, makeup and sunless tanning tips from industry experts, as well as a fashion show highlighting the latest styles in dresses. participants may also browse and shop at a vendor fair. participants are invited to register to win a $250 gift certificate to dillards, an ipad mini and other prizes. additionally, a local skin cancer survivor will share her story about the dangers of sun exposure and tanning. vincent reid, md, medical director of hall-perrine cancer center will share information as well. according to the american cancer society, skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. melanoma, a more dangerous type of skin cancer, accounted for more than 73,000 new cases
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10,000 skin cancer deaths each year. indoor tanning, just like sun tanning outside, exposes skin to uv rays the cause of most . according to the centers for disease control and prevention , people who begin tanning during adolescence or early adulthood have a higher risk of nicole? tv-9's forrest saunders live in cedar rapids this morning. thanks`a lot, forrest. going to a smithsonian museum won't require you to leave the state. the key city has a new affiliate of the museum chain at will bring some famous art to dubuque. up next... this morning's weather wise question.
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now. a warm front is moving into
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bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all areas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer thursday with highs well into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated at this time. a small chance of snow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another arctic front approaches the area. latest data suggests that we may not crack
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sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggested by the middle of next week. enjoy a warmer day!today: am flurries, m/cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 30tonight: partly cloudydy low: 20-26 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 21 dbq: 20 iow: 24tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 36-42 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 36 dbq: 35 iow: 40tomorrow night: chance of snow l: 24-30 winds: swsw-10 alo: 22 dbq: 266 iow: 26
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one eastern iowa bar owner is left wondering where he'll go this morning. a new interchange will wipe out his businesses and d has to figure out what's next. that story and more still to
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president obama says the state of the union is strong a isn't letting up on creating policies for his last ye in office. the president spoke to thee assembly and americans last night. he says he has 4 questions he wants answered this year and after he
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equal opportunity in the economy, makii technology work for us, and changing how politics works to better reflect american wishes. safe. " when you come after americans we go after you and it may take time but we have long memories and our reach has no limits. " biggest regret of his presidency is that the country is more divided into political parties now compared to when he took office. an update on a story we've brought you this morning on tv-9. fire investigators will try to figure out what started a fire in dubuque. fire fighters responded to a house at 1220 rosedale avenue around 4:30 this morning. fire crews say 4 people were in the house at the time of the fire, but they all got out okay. the fire department says at this point they think the fire started in the chimney, but they are calling in a fire investigator to confirm. we will cononnue to update you as we get more
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the news at midday. a cedar falls man is behind bars this morning for robbing a first national bank. 26-year-old jon ellingson faces a second degree robbery charge. officers say he ran from the bank, changed his clothes, and then police took him into custody. police were first called out at about 1-45 yesterday afternoon to the bank on white tail drive. officers say ellingson did not show a weapon, and they found the stolen money. no one was hurt in the robbery. a city project is forcing two hiawatha bars to close because it wants to move an intersection. the work would be on north center point road, where robins road and emmons street meet. but the project would mean putting part of that intersection exactly where pour sports and papa's sports bar sit right now. the city tried to acquire the land through an agent. joe zoll owns both bars and refused to give up the land. so, the city was forced to condemn the property through
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domain. zoll sued the city for illegalalondemnation, and lost. 34:13 "i'm lucky i have an understanding wife and partners here that believe that i was fighting for them, not just for myself."" the city says the intersection is dangerous. a lot of traffic comes through the area and larger vehicles can't make the sharp right turn. iowa ce requires the city to help businesses acquired by condemnation to relocate and re- establish. 19:49 "we would love to have both bars stay in hiawatha we have the ability to help them relocate." zoll says now he wants to move out of hiawatha, but city has not set a date for the bars to close. the dubuque museum of art is the newest affiliate of ththworld renowned smithsonian institution. the partnership will let the museum display artifacts and traveling exhibitions from the smithsonian. that includes work by famous eastern iowa artist grant wood. the affiliation will also let
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advantage of the smithsonian's education and outreach prrams. "15:31:20 the smithsonian is the nation's museum and has over 130 million objects which is just amazing. this program was started to get those artifacts out because they just can't show all of those. " dubuque now has two smithsonian affiliates. the other one is the national mississippi river museum and aquarium. now here's our morning mugshot on your wednesday. it's bowl for kids' sake. big brothers big sisters of cedar rapids and east central iowa hosts this biggest bowling party in the area. thousand dollars this year. this is a chance for you to help create life- changing friendships for youth in the community. sessions are available from february third through february 28th. you can sign up at b-f-k-s- c-r dot kintera dot org to lane today. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured...
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kcrg-dot-com. " " here's what you need to know as
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door on your wednesday. lawmakers in d-c are reacting this morning after president obama's final ate of the union speech last night. he talked about the economy's rebound, the fight against terrorism at home and abroad and what the future holds for the next president. he said nothing will get done in the country if congress doesn't work together on issues. tonight's powerball jackpot is the largest in history. the latest number is one
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still rising. one local financial advisor says, if you do win, hire a lawyer, a tax preparer and a wealth manager. you may also want to fire personal security. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... a warm front is moving into eastern iowa today bringing a chance of morning flurries. the big story though, is that temperatures should go back to seasonable values through friday. in fact, highs today will approach the mid-upper 20s in all areas today with lower 30s also possible in some spots. plan on a warmer thursday with highs well into the 30s. given that there isn't much moisture within the warm air, fog is not anticipated this time. a small chance of snow exists both early friday and again saturday night as another suggests that we may not crack zero in some spots on sunday with the arctic air again plunging south. there are no major systems in the offing, with another warming trend suggested by the
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next week. enjoy a warmer day! high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 25 low: 20-26 iow: 24tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 36-42 iow: 40tomorrow winds: sw 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 26 iow: 26 we certainly hope your is off to a good start.
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