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proceedings against a home for being a constant scene of gunfire. the waterloo- cedar falls courier says police... made several visits to the house at 520 elm street. under a city ordinance, the owner dorothy spates had 10 days to tell the city how to address the issue. spates disputed the nuisance allegations, and accused the police department of harrassment. if cited, spates could be required to pay 50 dollars for every hour police spent at her home. cedar rapids police say an officer was seriously hurt in a fight at a laundromat on the city's southwest side. around 3 yesterday afternoon, investigators went to the parking lot at 6th street and 8th avenue southwest. police say the call was for a domestic disturbance at the soapy waters laundromat. the police department says the officer was punched the officer, went to mercy medical center for treatment. police say that suspect, 33-year-old nathan brocks, fought with other responding officers as well. those
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control. brocks fes 8 charges, including 2 counts of assault with injury on a peace officer. investigation has released the name of the man a sheriff's muscatine. investigators say the deputy shot 41-year-old timothy seefeldt. deputies say seefeldt stole a hummer on friday night. they later stopped him in a hotel parking lot in muscatine. investigators say seefeldt drove off, hitting a law enforcement vehicle, which is why the sheriff's deputy fired his weapon at the s-u-v several times. seefeldt has a wound to his torso. new this midday, police in des moines are searching for an inmate who escaped. officials say 25-year-old karlos goldman, junior didn't return to the fort des moines work release facility after work. in 2008, goldman was sentenced to 26 years for assault while participating in a felony.
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celebrating the life and legacy of reverend martin luther king jr. today is the federal holiday recognizing the civil rights activist's birthday on january 15th. dr. king's leadership helped pave the way for the civil rights movement, and to stopping discrimination against african-americans in federal and state laws. king's legendary "i have a dream" speech he made in 1963 promoted unity among all races and creeds in america. m-l-k day has since become a day of remembrance and service. people across the country and iowa will volunteer today. right now, a celebration is happening at the spot in iowa city. that's at 10-30 cross park avenue. this is video from a silent march during last year's celebratiti. at today's event, local organizations will have a community project, entertainment, and an awards ceremony. there are several other service events happening. the cedar rapids rotary
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seniors for their volunteer service. 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 host film screenings at 3 and 3:45 on dr. king's legacy. in cedar falls, u-n-i's maucker union is packing thousands of meals for the northeast iowa food bank. in waterloo, mayor quentin hart, is hosting a coats and clothing drive at his campaign office. that's going on right now at 612 mulberry street until 3 this afternoon. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... temperatures are once again struggling to warm today. highs will creep to around zero or the lower single digits, but it'll still feel like it's -10 to -20 this afternoon. a bank of clouds will also move
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our area, roughly west of highway 218. we'll drop below zero again tonight with highs in the teens tomorrow. light snow will move in from the west tuesday afternoon, with light snow likely tuesday evening and night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although areas south and west of washington may get a tad more. a noticeable warming trend is ahead with highs in the 20s starting on wednesday.to day: p/sunny, still cold high: -1-5 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 0 dbq: 1 iow: 4 the sub-zero temperatures can often be a hassle for drivers, especially when it comes to starting their vehicles. mechanics in central iowa say they usually get who can't start their car when temperatures are this low. some batteries just can't handle the cold. experts say to check your tires,
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deflate in colder weather. they also recommend giving your car time to warm up a bit, because extreme cold makes engine 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 car warm up a bit in the morning " mechanics also recommend drivers keep blankets in your car, in case it breaks down and strands you somewhere. the cold weather is also proving to be a challenge for fire crews. a fire in waterloo destroyed a car and a garage. these photos from the waterloo-cedar falls courier show the damage behind this house at 14-07 vine street. firefighters were called out to the home around 2-30 yesterday morning. the heat from the flames damaged the siding of a house next door. no one was hurt. fire crews dealt with ice build-up at a fire in strawberry point over the weekend. a fire severely damaged the back home country cookin' restaurant around midnight sunday morning. three
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they took extra precautions, because cold temperatures can intensify fires. sot "there was times we had people with ice on their pants and coats, we were using a hammer to get the ice off." "once you start your pumper, and you start spraying you can't shut it off, because as soon as you stop the pump or shut your nozzles off it will freeze that quick, that cold." fire crew's water created 8 inches of ice on the surrounding pavement. to determine how the fire started. viewers told us about that fire. remember, whenever you see news, give us a call on 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. a mother and her three children died in a house fire in central iowa. firefighters were at a
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yesterday morning. that's a small community of about 200 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 in to 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 wedged. 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. waverly is hosting an open house to talk about a closed historic bridge. the city council closed the aging "green bridge" at 3rd avenue southeast last spring, because of safety concerns. then in the fall, an engineer presented a
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the engineer said the 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 to 7 o'clock followed by a council meeting. iowa city are trying to make sure everyone fits in with their high school classmates. tv-9's chris earl takes a closer look at the best buddies club at city high in 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 from the general population with those enrolled in special education
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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 "lauren and lauren" pairing -- sammons, a junior, with her best best buddy, sharing name.. " lauren and i basically have everything in common. same favorite color.blue. we listen to the same every single song that is on the 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. " we'd also like to announce the
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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. keeping your teeth clean without the pain... dentists are using a new digital technique to maintain your smile - and comfort level. meteorologist justin gehrts
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temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. temperatures are once again struggling to warm today. highs will creep to around zero or the lower single digits, but it'll still feel like it's -10 to -20 this afternoon. a bank of clouds will also move overhead in the western half of our area, roughly west of highway 218. we'll drop below zero again tonight with highs in the teens tomorrow. light snow will move in from the west tuesday afternoon, with light snow likely tuesday evening and
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to two inches, although areas south and west of washington may get a tad more. a noticeable warming trend is ahead with highs in the 20s starting on wednesday.to day: p/sunny, still cold high: -1-5 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 0 dbq: 1 iow: 4 tonight: 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
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mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 9 iday: 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 snow high: 30 - low: 22
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cleaning, drilling, and x-rays. these things are common during a trip to the dentist, but many people dread them. but martie salt shows us a new technique making patients feel more comfortable. kari yorkey has entrusted her beautiful smile to the same dentist for 33 years.and she knows her weaknesses. "i do like candy, i also drink coffee." but through all the cleanings and cavities, there's one part of coming here she doesn't look forward to. "a lot of people will ask if they can put it of either you know, for a financial reason or you know,w,ifferences in understanding of radiation and the amounts that go with that."
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e bitewings intoour mouth, or exposing yourself to radiation.a new dental scan called the s-ray may be coming to your dentist's office. it connects to a laptop or tablet and does everything x-rays do and more. "digital x-rays require radiation, s-ray does not." the s-ray mouthpiece scans the teeth with ultrasound sensors. it's similar to technology doctoo 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 canan 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 procesuing speed." creating the next step in digital dentistry. i'm martie salt reporting. trt 1.35
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some studies show x-ray radiation may cause benign tumors. but for the s-ray, experts say tumors wouldn't be a concern because it only uses ultrasound. keeping the virus out... bird flu inches closer to the iowa border. we'll tell you where this new strain is impacting thousands of turkeys. stay with tv-9. good morning, this is the
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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 different strain than the devastating outbreak last spring.. which wiped out 31 million birds in iowa.. aphis is working with the
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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 iruses 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 harm a patchwork of state labeling laws would create. "every company,
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theoretically, has the capacity, the ability and the right to decide for themselves 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 mamaets 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. corn looks like it'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 weak. we broke 30 dollars s crude again this morning. stocks are down hard today again. china's
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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 talk 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 febbary. 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 botttt 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 joining.. i'll see you next time.. ---- 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 webtease
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if you're looking for a simple dinner tonight- try salmon. we'll show you how to make a perfect filet from the diamond jo casino in dubuque. stay with tv-9-9 chef jonathan nelson shows us
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happy new year and welcome to the diamond jo, i'm executive chief jonathan nelson and with everybody's new
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wishes, i wanted show you a fresh way to cook fish. we're cooking salmon today. chef jonathan nelson shows us how to cook salmon for a quick meal. nelson is the executive chef at the
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some culinary students in pittsburgh are getting creative -- by cooking up 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. an ohio cricket farm ships the bugs frozen from the farm to the culinary school. just two weeks to go.... until the iowa caucuses. wewel tell you which presidential candidates are trying to grab votes in iowa today. meteorologist justin gehrts
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iran are coming home. it's martin luther king, jr. day, and people across the nation are celebrating. democratic presidential candidates are attending one event in south carolina. and another week, another lineup of visits from presidential candidates. we'll tell you who will be where, coming up. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. first, meteorologis t justin
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your first alert forecast, justin... temperatures are once again struggling to warm today. highs will creep to around zero or the lower single digits, but it'll still feel like it's -10 to -20 this afternoon. a bank of clouds will also move overhead in the western half of our area, roughly west of highway y 8. we'll drop below zero again tonight with highs in the teens tomorrow. light snow will move in from the west tuesday afternoon, with light snow likely tuesday evening and night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although areas south and west of washington may get a tad more. a noticeable warming trend is ahead with highs in the 20s starting on wednesday.to day: p/sunny, still cold high: -1-5 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 0 dbq: 1 iow: 4 millions of americans are
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legacy of civil rights leader, reverend martin luther king jr. today is a national holiday to remember dr. king's efforts to end the the civil rights movement. "walking marc, any good sound " right now, all three major democratic presidential candidates are remembering dr. king at a march in charleston, south carolina. just last year, the city removed confederate flags flying over official city buildings. thatatas after a gunman shot and killed people in a predominantly black that tragic event kept the conversation of race a maj topic at last night's first democratic debate of 2016. abc's megan hughes has the recap. in south carolina, frontrunners hillary clinton and bernie sanders come out swinging ? debating 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
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the congress, sot sanders: 'that's nonsense. clinton, again, slams sanders on gun control. 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 actually brought people together to pass 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 debate secretary clinton, governor o'malley on the issues facing the american people, not bill clinton;s personal behavior. tag: in contrast to earlier debates, donald trump was not a big conversation topic. clinton didn't mention his name once.
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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 the iowa memorial union on the university of iowa campus. on the republican side, florida senator marco rubio is also in iowa today. this is rubio just this morning at at town hall in decah. he'll also make gtops in waverly, ottumwa, and coralville before ending his day in bettendorf. rubio has been holding onto third in the polls behind donald trump and texas senator ted cruz. though he has no visits in eastern iowa today, donald trump is coming under fire for his comments about muslims. british lawmakers are planning to debate banning trump from the u-k. more than 500-thousand people signed an online petition to ban trump, after he pledged to ban muslims from the u-s. the outcome of
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would not be binding. just days after an attack, the west african nation of burkina faso begins a three-day event of mourning. over the weekend, al- qaeda militants killed at least 28 people in an attack at a popular hotel and caf. bukino faso's president says he's stepping up security near the country's borders and in the capital. new details are out on the five americans freed in a u-s prisoner swap with iran. the youngest one of the detainees is already back home in boston. his return comes just as we learn about the secret negotiations to set them free. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest from new york. supers: five americans? are free at last. amelia newcomb, matthew trevithick's mom: "we are overjoyed that he's out." a boston university graduate student.. matthew trevithick.. is the first to return home?arriving in massachusetts after being detained for 40 days in iran.. meanwhile, three of the ex-prisoners are now getting much-needed medical treatment at a u.s.
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iran was geneva, switzerland where washington post reporter jason rezaian met the u-s official who helped negotiate his release.. rezaian was held for more than a year and a half on charges of espionage.. ali rezaian, jason rezaian's brother: "i think he's doing okay. i mean, he's mostly been neglected for a long time.." former marine amir hekmat spent more than four years in the%notorious evin prison.. his sister.. beaming with joy at the news he was freed.. sarah hekmati, amir hekmati's sister: "we are looking forward to meeting him, hopefully soon. we are very excited." and pastor saeed bedini's family.. grateful. naghmeh abedini, saeed abedini's wife: "i told kids, i woke them up and i said daddy is released from prison you are going to see him soon." the fifth american chose to stay in iran.. this as we learn new details about their release.. abc news confirming.. in exchange.. the obama administration agreed to release 7 iranians charged with violating u-s sanctions.. and to drop arrest warrants for 14 others.. this on top of paying 1- point-7 billion dollars to settle an old financial dispute with the iranian government. liz tag: these americans were released just after the nuclear deal with iran went into effect.. but the white house maintains.. the two deals are separate.. adding that diplomatic efforts over nuclear deal paved the way
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we now have the first picture of a crew chief who is among the 12 marines who went missing near hawaii. the u-s coast guard hasn't found any sign of them after two marine helicopters collided off the coast of oahu, hawaii. pictured here is sergeant adam schoeller. his family and friends are praying for his safe return home. " "he's a very caring, outgoing person. there's just not enough words i could say. his heart is so big." " sergeant schoeller's family
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hawaii to be closer to the search effort. a court apapearance is causing heartache for one backstreet boy.... and saying farewell to the starman. fans won't be able to formally say goodbye to
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temperatures coming up ininour first alert
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meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. temperatures are once again struggling to warm today. highs will creep to around zero or the lower single digits, but it'll still feel lili it's -10 to -20 thihi afternoon. a bank of clouds will also move overhead in the western half of our area, roughly west of highway 218. we'll drop below zero again tonight with highs in the teens tomorrow. light snow will move in from the west tuesday afternoon, with light snow liliely tuesday evening and night. most of us will pick up a dusting up to two inches, although areas south and west of washington may get a tad more. a noticeable warming trend is ahead with highs in the 20s starting on wednesday.to day:
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high: -1-5 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 0 dbq: 1 iow: 4 tonight: 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 snow high: 30 - low: 22
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with his family in a new show. and mourning david bowie. elizabeth hur has details on the singer's farewell services. it's one booking singer nick carter didn't want. the backstreet boy has a date in court after an alleged barroom brawl. nats up video: police in key west, florida took this video after the fracas allegedly spilled out onto the street. carter faces a misdemeanor battery charge after allegedly grabbing a bouncer by the throat. he's free on fifteen hundred dollars bail. lil wayne had a big problem while singing at a fashion show in milan. he stopped in mid -performance -- -- adding a few obscenities before throwing down his microphone and storming offstage. no word on what made wayne -- complain. it was a family affair at the premiere of the cable tv series "vinyl" -- about the
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the 1970's. sot mick jagger: " ... it was just a good, wild time." mick jagger is the executive producer -- and also proud papa of james jagger-- who stars as -- a rock singer! sot james jagger: "he was like, 'remember what you're doing, remember where you're at.'" was the rolling stone a "rock" of inspiration? sot mick jagger: "oh, i didn't tell him anything, he had to do his own research." finally, fans will have to find their own ways to say goobye to david bowie. the singer died of cancer a week ago yesterday at age sixty-nine. bowie's family annnced that their memorial for the superstar will be pririte. and that't'what's happening in hollywood. i'm elizabeth hur, abc news, los angeles comedian bill maher has a request for his 60tp birthday. he wants president
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maher jokingly complained on his show that obama has done quote "every other show in the known universe." during his friday show, maher asked his audience to start a petition at the white house. as of this morning , maher's petition has more than 140-thousand signatures. 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 3 point 5 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. reaching a wider audience. getting together to share their talents across the
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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. i i alked to project coordinators about how fans are helping pick those songs. elizabeth 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 king up her guitar and playing. but writing her own material is a completely new experience. 7:08-:13 "it's been about 4 months now that i've really been songwriting."i t's artists like moen that luke benson hopes to attract to the iowa music project's songwriting showcase, made possible by an 87-hundred doloar grant from the iowa arts council. :49-:57 "you know, a lot of
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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 will be selected for a recording session at flat black studios in lone tree. of those bechosen through news and culture mag little village's listener's choice voting page. 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 will be the best 15 songs, but that we're 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
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vote for songs under this story on kcrg dot com. stay with tv9 for our top
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back to our top stories this midday. waterloo police have arrested a 15-year-old suspect for a robbery at a
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this happened yesterday evening at 6-30 on 23-25 crossroads boulevard. police say the suspect wore a mask, and flashed a pistol before leaving the store with cash. dar rapids police say they received a shots fired call around 1-20 this morning at 210 jacqueline drive southwest. officials say there was property damage, but no one got hurt. the shooting is under investigation. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. temperatures are once again struggling to warm today. highs will creep to around zero or the lower single digits, but it'll still feel like it's -10 to -20 this afternoon. a bananof clouds will also move overhead in the western half of our area, roughly west of highway 218. we'll drop
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teens tomorrow. light snow will move in from the west tuesday afternoon, with light snow likely tuesday evening and night. most of us will pick up a dusting up
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