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first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... another very cold day is ahead of us, but at least we should climb back above zero today. wind chills, however, will stay below zero, around -10 to -20. we'll have a fairly sunny sky today although a band of clouds may graze our western towns. we'll dip below zero again tonight under a mostly clear sky with clouds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of u uwill pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, too, with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week.today: m/sunny, still cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 3 dbq: 3 iow: 5 thanks justin. a fire seriously damaged a landmark in strawberry point. three fire
a fire seriously damaged a landmark in strawberry point. three fire departments helped put out the fire in the freezing temperatures early yesterday morning. country y ooking restaurant, right downtown, subzero temperatures made fighting this fire more difficult. kcrg-tv nine's brea love alsls shows us what these fire crews were up against. "at the time it was right around 10 below, that's what our bank clock said." crews rhed to the back home country cookin' just ten minutes after midnighgh flames ripped through the back of the building, and the metal roof collapsed. from then on, they would spend more than two hours fighting it outside. "there was times we had people with ice on their pants and coats, we were using a hammer to get the ice off." the department called in mutual
from arlington and edgewood for more man power and equipment. with the fire station right next door, they took turns running the hose, while others warmed up inside. fighting fires in the cold can intensify the dangerous situation crews are already in. they face slick surfaces, frost bite, and chance of the nozzle freezing. "once you start your pumper, and you start spraying you can't shut it off, because as s soon as you stop the pump or shut your nozzles off it will freeze that quick, that cold." "at one time we had over a foot of water in the floor of the restaurant." sunday afternoon the store is covered in icicles, and surrounded by police tape. the pavement is covered in eight inches of ice, and inside the floors resemble an ice skating rink. streets surrounding the restaurant are slick from the excess amount of water, especially west spring road. crews spent most of the day putting out hot spots, and will face the inside in a couple days to investigate the cause. in strawberry
a mother and her three children are dead from a house fire in central iowa. firefighters were at a house in boxholm around one yesterday morning. that's a small community of about two hundred people people -- about 30 minutes south of fort dodge. the des moines register reports 27- year-old amber sorenson and her children- riley, autumn and brayden all died in the fire. " went into do a house search and didn't find any on the initial search. but there's one room we couldn't get in because the door was wedg. changed crews and they went back in and broke the door down and found the victims in there. " boone county emergency management reports some of the hydrants and pumps on the fire trucks froze, forcing firefighters to go out of town to get more water. a fire in waterloo destroyed a car and a garage. these photos from the
show the damage behind this house at 14-07 vine street. firefighters were called out to the home around 2:30 yesterday morning. the fire also damaged the siding of a house next door. no one was hurt. remember, whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. waverly is hosting an open house to talk about a closed bridge. the city council closed the bridge at 3rd avenue southeast last spring for safety concerns. but then in the fall, an engineer presented a report about green bridge. the engineer said the historic bridge can handle traffic, but with weight restrictions. city leaders said they would wait to hear from other engineering firms before letting anyone use it again. the open house is tonight from 5 t t7 o'clock followed by a council meeting. some high school students in iowa city are trying to make sure everyone fits in in high school. tv-9's chris earl takes a
this week's show you care spotlight. deep inside the majestic halls of city high in iowa city, alex pradarelli is with her best buddy, anna -- two worlds have may appear different on the surface... but, not really. "she's very...sassy. it's an actual bond and it's the friendship you create and not something you do because you signed up for a club." on this wednesday inside special education teacher laura schwab's, it's what is called an "advisory class" for the best buddies -- students frorothe general population with those enrolled in special education classes -- a bond that serves well outside of this room. "we send them to a leadership conference in indiana and they learn to interact with people with disabilities at a social level. how to be more inclusive? it really improves our school culture because we see people calling my students my name in the hallway and saying 'hi' to them." that also is part of the "lauren and lauren" pairing -- lauren sammons, a junior, with her best best buddy, sharing much more
" lauren and i basically have everything in common. same favorite color.blue. we listen to the same every single song that is on the radio. ever." the students also step off the city high campus as well -- with 28 one-to-one matches, like lauren and lauren, but with 147 students who joined, according to schwab. "8:01 you should always try and meet as many people as you can because you'll never know who you have a connection with. " that was tv-9's chris earl with that story. we'd like to announce the gazette and kcrg tv9's student of the month for january. 17-year-old abby schulte is this month's winner. she's a senior at keota junior senior high school. she was instrumental in getting hillary clinton to visit her school and is also student council president. we'll feature schulte on tv9 at the end of the month. congratulations to all of this month's finalists. most of us probably want to
tonight under a mostly clear sky with cloudsds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, too, with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week. today: m/sunny, still cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 3 dbq: 3 iow: 5 tonight: mostly clear low: -9--3 winds: nw 5-10 alo:
tomorrow: pm light snow likelyy high: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 14 dbq: 13 iow: 17 tomorrow night: light snow likely low: 9-15 winds: e 5-15 alo: 11 dbq: 10 iow: 13 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 12 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 32 - low: 12 sunday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 - low: 25 monday: chance of
inside this winter. it was opening day this cedar falls silo. it takes a handful of people about five days and more than 50 thousand gallons of water to get the silo ready for climbing. but the man who started all of this says it's not about competing with the cold. 19:20:54 "the best part is just sharing it with others and being with friends on an outing, and the comradeship we have." with this winter's milder temperatures, the people running this ice climbing silo couldn't start putting water on it until after new years. they plan to hhe climbing available on the weekends until sometime in march. in a little bit warmer weather --the best tennis players in the world are in australia competing in the australia open. coming off an incredible 2015 season novak djokovic won his first round against hyeon chung. last year, djokovi won three grand slams, 10 titles and finishing the
for the fourth time in five years. and defending champion, serena williams, also walked away from her first match with a win. she beat camila giorgi of italy. williams just missed the grand slam last year when she lost in the u.s. open semifinals. the bird flu is back in the midwest. in today's agribusiness report, where the new case is and how the u-s-d-a is trying to contain it before it becomes another outbreak.
david geiger. ---- bird flu is back in the midwest... on friday.. the u-s-d-a's animal and plant health inspection service or aphis confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic h-7-n-8 avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in dubois county, indiana. this is a dififrent strain than the devastating
spring.. which wiped out 31 million birds in iowa.. aphis is working with the indiana state board of animal health on a joint incident response.. and the site has been quarantined with bird depopulation already started. birds from this flock will not enter the food system. the outbreak location is just under 400 miles from an iowa border. there are no known cases of h-7-n-8 infections in humans.. but as a precaution.. the u-s-d-a recommends cooking poultry and eggs to an internal temperature of a hundred 65 degrees fahrenheit.. that kills viruses and bacteria.. ---- the u-s-d-a was out brokering talks on g-m-o labeling last week.. secretary tom vilsack says they planned a meeting with both sides of the g-m-o debate to try and find common ground.. they will look for find consensus to recommend action to congress.. but bringing two sides of the debate together is only the first step in a national labeling law.. and while working toward that goal vilsack points out genetic modification has been proven safe. and he cautions the harmrm patchwork of state
create. "every company, theoretically, every state and jurisdiction theoretically, has the capacity, the ability and the right to decide for themselveses what they're going to do. that's fine if you're dealing with one company in one community. but the reality is these are major companies doing business in every community." ---- cattle had a big setback on friday with near limit losses.. and hogs are following suit. over in the grains.. the markets have just drifted sideways moving more with the global stock numbers. i talked to analyst jamey kohake just before the market close.. "the post-report day on tuesday was really the only big volatility day that we've had in the grains post-report. since then we've been pretty choppy. cn looks liket's trying to form a bottom." "so, decent export number yesterday and getting a little bit follow through today again today with the lower dollar as well. beans still a little sluggish with the energy market very, very
dollars in crude again this morning. stocks arar down hard today again. china's down. kind of all that weighing back on the energy complex back in the soy here at times so far this morning." "just a lot of bearish inputs. the outside markets overhanging the cattle, there's alk too of weakening demand. seasonals right now are very, very bearish. also too, the packers are bought out for a couple weeks right now. so just nervousness that the demand continues to weaken off. we're a little bit bearish here short term. kind of coming into the north part of february. then look for a turnaround coming back into spring. but here short term we think we can head on lower yet." "the hogs are spilling over with the cattle. i think they're trying to form a bottom a little bit better, a little bit faster right now. cash is still going to be the key in here right now. see what this cold weather does here this next week. see if the weights drop off again or not. i actually like buying breaks in the hogs right now. and if we can separate from the beef sector, i think the hogs are okay." ---- and that's all the time i have for the show this morning.. thanks for jojoing.. i'll see you next time.. ---- we'll
section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. . m david eiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.28 oc webtease president obama has appointed agriculture secretary tom vilsack to address the problem of heroin use in rural communities. the white house hopes vilsack will come up with policy y lutions that will help decrease heroin and other opiate use. cheap forms of the drug are often much less expensive than prescription painkillers on the black market. vilsack is also in charge of addressing a number of other issues facing small towns in america. some culinary students in pittsburgh are getting a little creative -- with crickets. the students at the art institute of pittsburgh are showing off a four- course meal with crickets as the common ingredient. cricket pesto, cricket crusted beef and toasted crickets are among the dishes. one of the chefs says the flavor of the bugs may surprise some people. " if i had to describe the flavor, i'd say, kind of nutty.
the school's culinary director says more than two billion people in the world eat insects -- and crickets are rich in protein. an ohio cricket farm ships the bugs frozen from the farm to the culinary school. putting on the big heavy x-ray proof jacket is part of the routine at the dentist. but a new development in the dentistry world could mean less discomfort and no exposure to radiation. more on today's healthy life report.
another very cold day is ahead of us, but at least we should climb back above zero today. wind chills, however, will stay below zero, around -10 to -20. we'll have a fairly sunny sky today although a band of clouds may graze our western towns. we'll dip below zero again tonight under a mostly clear sky with clouds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, too, with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week.today: m/sunny, still
mostly clear low: -9--3 winds: nw 5-10 alo: -9 dbq: -9 iow: -5 tomorrow: pm light snow likely high: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 14 dbq: 13 iow: 17 tomorrow night: light snow likely low: 9-15 winds: e 5-15 alo: 11 dbq: 10 iow:
13 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 12 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 32 - low: 12 sunday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 - low: 25 monday: chance of
the s-ray mouthpiece scans the teteh with ultrasound sensors. it's similar to technology doctors use to see an unborn baby. within a minute, the s-ray can give dentists a closer look at what's going on. "an x-ray can show cavities between the teeth, it can show bone level, it an show certain amounts of bone loss." "the s-ray scan can provide four things. we can image cracks and cavities in the teeth, as well as provide 3d modeling and soft tissue data." this is a typical image from an x-ray. this is the s- ray. "miniaturization allows for smaller and smaller components with faster and faster processing speed." eating the next step in digital dentistry. i'm martie salt reporting. trt 1.35 oc std. the u.s. company behind s-ray wants fda clearance. experts believe s-ray scans will be cheaper than x-rays. as for safety, there are studies that show radiation from x-rays may cause benign
concern with the e ray new data from the centers for disease control shows women are waiting longer to become mothers. the average age oofirst- time mothers is now 26. the average has been researchers say this is under the age of 20 with the teen birth rate at an all-time low. role. more women are putting off having babies for higher education and a career. presidential candidates from both sides of the aisle are in eastern iowa today. hillary clinton is back after a heated debate last night, and marco rubio is hoping to gain more ground. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9.
pre-caucus showdown. 20-16 democratic presidential hopefuls battle over r n control and health care in the final debate before the caucuses. celebrating a life. cities all around eastern iowa plan celebrations and service projects to honor dr. martin luther king, junior. and iowa talent. singers and songwriters with iowa ties are getting a chance to reach a wider audience with a special recording. here's a look at on our city cam this morning. a cold drive into work to start your week. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... another very cold day is ahead of us, but at least we should climb back above zero today. wind chills, however, will stay below zero, around -10 to -20. we'll have a fairly
although a band of clouds may graze our western towns. we'll dip below zero again tonight under a mostly clear sky with clouds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, too, with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week.today: m/sunny, still cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 3 q: 3 iow: 5 thanks kaj. democratic presidential candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders are back on the
campaign trail after an aggressive debate. the latespolls show sanders could upset clinton in iowa and in new hampshire. abc's megan hughes has more on
in south carolina, frontrunners hillary clinton and bernie sanders come out swinging ? dedating healthcare.. clinton--a defender of obama's legacy: sot clinton: i'm not sure whether we're talking about the plan you just introduced tonight or we're talking about the plan you introduced nine times in the congress, sot sanders: 'that's nonsense. clinton, again, slams sanders on gun control.
sot clinton: he voted to let guns go into amtrak, guns into national parks, he voted against research so that we can save lives? the debate-steps away from the charleston church where a white gunman killed nine black worshippers in june. former governor martin o'malley hoping to get an edge on the issue- sot o'malley: i'm the one candidate on this stage that actually brought people together to pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. but sanders refuses to discuss former president bill clinton and his past indescretions. sot sanders: yes, his behavior was deplorable, have i said a word? no, i have not. i'm going to
governor o'malley on the issues facing the american people, not bill clinton;s personal bebeavior. tag: in contrast to earlier debates, donald trump was not a big conversatatn topic. clinton didn't mention his name once. the democrats will not meet again until after the iowa caucuses on february
first. but the republicans have one more shot in 10 days, with a debate in des oines. clinton is back in eastern iowa today. she will speak at the toledo civic center at 6:45 tonight. the former secretary of state is scheduled for visits on thursday to vinton and iowa memorial union on the university of iowa campus.s. on the republican side, florida senator marco rubio is also in our area. he'll be in decorah, waverly, ottumwa, coralville and ends his day in bettendorf. rubio has been a consistent
polling behind donald trump and texas senator ted cruz. many schls and businesses are closed today for the doctor martin luther king junior holiday. there are also plenty of events in eastern iowa. today in iowa city, the spot at 10-30 crosspark avenue will host commity projects. those will be before and after an 11 a-m ceremony for the holiday. this video is from a silent march last year on this day on the university of iowa campus. the cedar rapids rotary club is honoring 8 area high school seniors who volunteer. that will be from noon until 1:15 at the double tree by hilton. also, the african american museum of iowa in cedar rapids will have film screenings at 3 and 3:45 on dr. king's legacy. in the cedar valley, uni's maucker union will be the site to pack thousands of meals for the northeast iowa food bank. in waterloo, the newly elected mayor, quentin hart, is hosting a coats
at his campaign office. that event will be at 612 mulberry street from 10 a-m to 3 p-m. cedar rapids police say an officer was seriously hurt in a fight at a laundromat on the city's southwest side. investigators were in the parking lot at 6th street and 8th avenue sw yesterday afternoon. that was around three o'clock. police say the call was for a domestic disturbance at the soapy waters laundromat. the police department says the officer was talking to a suspect when he punched the officer, knocking him out. police say that suspect, 33-year-old nathan brocks, fought with other responding officers as well. those officers used a taser to get him under cotrol. brocks faces 8 charges, including 2 counts of assault with injury on a peace officer. a man who was in prison for a murder in west branch 30ears ago has died. the department of corrections says robert kern died saturday at the iowa state penitentiary. he was 69-years-old and died
cancer. kern was a former iowa city insurance agent and conspired to kill 39-year- old ady jensen of west branch in 1979. prosecutors said kern sold a 50 thousand dollar life insurance policy to jensen's wife without jensen's knowledge. evidence at trial showed kern worked with his ex- wife and jensen's wife to kill jensen and then split the money. with these subzero teteeratures, you may have a little trouble starting your car this morning. mechanics in central iowa say they usually get dozens of calls from customers who can't start their car when temperatures are this low. some batteries just can'n'handle the extreme cold. experts say to check your tire pressure since it tends to decrease in colder weather. they also say make sure to give your car time to warm the engine because extreme cold can make the oil thicker. "it'll get thick inside there and that makes it hard for everything to turn over inside the engine and it makes it difficult to lube up that's why it's important to you know let your
mechanics also recommend drivers keep blankets in the car. it's just in case your car does break down and you're stuck out in the cold. iowa musicians and songwriters are getting a chance to reach a wider audience. the iowa music project is accepting submissions for a songwriting showcase. the organization will select 15 songs from artists with iowa ties for a compilation recording. kcrg-tv9's&brady smith explains how fans can help choose. elizababh moen grew up with an ear for music. 6:54-:58 "my grandpa gave me an old guitar when i was like 12." and you'd never know it listening to her play, but she admits she can't really read music. she learns by sound and by picking up her guitit and playing. but writing her own material is a completely new experiencnc. 7:08-:13 "it's been about 4 months now that i've really been songwriting."i t's artists like
attract to the iowa music project's songwriting showcase, made possible by an 87-hundred dollar grant from the iowa arts council. :49-:57 "you know, a lot of different territories have a distinct sound; like chicago blues, new orleans music, but what's iowa music?"that's the question he hopes to answer. artists can submit their original, not previously published songs to i-m-p webebte until march 15. then, 25 will be selected for a recording session at flat black studios in lone tree. of those 25 tracks, 2 will be chosen through news and culture mag little village's listener's choice voting page. and benson says of those 25, 15 will be mastered into cd and vinyl, sort of a "state mix." 3:19-:25 "in some ways if we do this project right, the final album will be kind of uneven and weird, but we're kind of cool with that." 2:55-:06 "the goal with that is not not necessarily that these
sort of cataloging the diversity of genres and musicians and sounds and all of that." for moen, it's a chance to share her talent with people across the state. 9:42-:54 "it's great to play it for my friends and my family, and of course they're going to be like yeah, i really enjoyed listening to that, but it's awesome when you can have someone hear it that doesn't know you at all." in iowa city, brady smith, kcrg tv9 news. you can find more information on how to vote for songs ununr this story on kcrg dot com. david bowie is breaking personal records after his death. his latest album is a chart-topper as people are
graze our western towns. we'll dip below zero again tonight under a mostly clear sky with clouds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, too, with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week. today: m/sunny, still cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 5-15 mostly clearar low: -9--3 winds: nw 5-10 alo:
tomorrow: pm light snow likely high: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 14 dbq: 13 iow: 17 tomorrow night: light snow likely low: 9-15 winds: e 5-15 alo: 11 dbq: 10 iow: 13 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 12 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy
stocks closed sharply lower on friday, completing the worst two-week start to a year, ever. . other slide in the price of crude oil pulled down energy companies. asian markets started off this week a little rocky, closing mostly lower. experts say tokyo stocks will remain volatile this week amid concerns over falling oil prices. u-s markets
are closed today for martin luther king junior day. a new study from oxfam reports the wealthiest one percent now has more money than the rest of the world combined. that breaks down to 62 people compared to three point five billion. according to the study, the wealth of the most affluent rose 44 percent since 20-10. the wealth of the bottom half fell 41 percent. and david bowie's album
another very cold day is ahead of us, but at least we should climb back above zero today. wind chills, however, will stay below zero, around -10 to -20. we'll have a fairly sunny sky today although a band of clouds may graze our western towns. we'll dip belel zero again tonight under a mostly clear sky with clouds increasing toward dawn. light snow develops tomorrow afternoon and continues into tomorrow night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although a bit more is possible well south of i-80. we'll finally warm a bit, to with highs in the teens tomorrow followed by 20s the rest of the week.today: m/sunny, still cold high: 1-7 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 3 dbq: 3 iow: 5 tonight: mostly clear low: -9--3 winds: nw 5-10 alo: -9 dbq: -9 iow: -5
14 dbq: 13 iow: 17 tomorrow night:ight snow likely low: 9-15 winds: e 5-15 alo: 11 dbq: 1010ow: 13 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 12 - low: 19 frday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 32 - low: 12 sunday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 - low: 25 monday: 22 thanks jujuin. here's a look at today's top
back home country cooking in strawberry point has a lot of fire damage. a fire broke out saturday at the restaurant. the extreme cold made the fire hard to fight. the restaurant is now covered in ice. investigators will be out in the coming days to figure out how the fire started. 20-16 d docratic presidential hopefuls faced off in the final debate before the caucuses last night. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battled over gun control and health care. martin o'malley, who is struggling in the polls, spent his night trying to breakthrough . several events around eastern iowa will honor
the life of dr. martin luther king, junior today. the african american museum of iowa in cedar rapids will have film screenings at three and 3:45 on dr. king's legacy. people will pack thousands of meals for the northeast iowa food bank at u-n-i's maucker union.
... the iowa men's basketball team was looking to go 5-0 in the big n for the first time in 19 years. today, the hawkeyes welcomed michigan to iowa cici. ... it
was a sold out crowd at carver hawkeye arena ... iowa got off to a very fast start... jarrod uthoff fires a three off the dribble, and hits it... it's so natural for him... hawkeyes led 11-0 to start the game ... later, michigan responded with a 13-0 run of their own... the back door dunk gives the wolverines a 21-20 lead ... but iowa doesn't panic... watch the big man, adam woodbury get the steal... and he's going to try and take it the other way... slams it home... that got the crowdired up... iowa led 38-33 at halftime ... 2nd half, iowa starts to heat up from three-point range... peter jok with the step back three... he had 16 points ... later, anthony clemmons left wide open for three... he sticks it... iowa up
pointers, seven of them came in the 2nd half alone ... jarrod uthoff wasn't done scoring... he puts on a couple of nice moves two more of his 23 points... iowa goes on to win 82-71 scott saville and jess settles have more from carver iowa raises their big 10 record to 5-0 and jess they got off to a tremendous start. this is the best i have seen mike gesell play he only took four shots but in the first few minutes instead of driving he slowed it up and found the opener shooter and got the lead and the crowd into the game. it was a game of run michigan actually took the lead but iowa responded and show a lot of toughness. we kind of soften up on defense after the run so we just regrouped and focused on defense. i think what is really seperating them right now w the bench play. how bout dom uhl coming off the bench and hitting the big shots
baer's iq is off the charts and he was a aone buster today. and the man wagner continues to give woody those big minutes he has a big 10 body and he has arrived. it allowed woody the floor like he did for the dunk. i used to be more gracefull than n at didn't i. i thought he looked like e magic johnson. i just holded my head. nothing to it. ive done it in practice it is what it is the fans appreciate it me than i do. at the end of the game big time players take over and they did. uthof had smaller michigan guards he could take them to the rim hit the step backck he has been the player of the year in the big 10. and the
peter jok it must be the kobe shoes he is wearing he is hitting all the big shots. coach fran said i had to pick it up in the second half so i just came out more aggressive. i just let the game come to me and i think dhat is very important fo rall of us. jok and uthoff are doing a
knocking down shots. this team is deep and talanted and they know how to win close games. 5-0 and now and you got to think this team can hanlde it with all the seniors. they can they don't even celebrate it is just business as usual one game at a time but they are fun to watch. back to you i the studio. ... the iowa football team doesn't get very many 4 or 5-star recruits. but today, the hawkeyes received a verbal commitment from one of the most prized defensive ends in the country. ... a.j. epenesa is a 4-star defensive end out of edwardsville, illinois. according to rivals.com, he's the 27th best player in the country and the number one strongsgse
defensive end. he was being offered by pretty much everyone, including alabama, notre dame, michigan and oklahoma just to name a few. you may recognize the last name because his dad epenesa epenesa was a defensive tackle for the hawkeyes in the 1990's. ... final round of the sony open in honolulu ... zach johnson struggled with the
up... makes the birdie on 9... that's 3 birdies in the last four holes ... he'd make pars the rest of the way until on 17 he drills the birdie on 17... zach finished 13 under in a tie for 9th... fabian gomez won in a playoff against brent snedeker ... and tomorrow for on iowa live our guests include, jess settles, ryan luehrsmann and the xavier boys basketball team. be sure to join us at the first avenue draught house tomorrow at 6:30.
good monday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 18th and today. a restaurant in strawberry point is ruined this mornini after a fire over the weekend. now investigators will try to figure out what started it. dead after a house water made fighting the fire difficult. democratic presidential hopefuls