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hour. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... clouds are moving back in today and will produce light snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 or 4, but for most o othe area it'll wait until afafer 6. light snow continues into the night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in the 20s. we'll stay in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures actually getting above freezing on sunday.today: pm light snow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15 tonight: light snow likely low: 7-13 winds: e 5-10 alo: 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12
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after a fight for an election, voters in the college community@school district will decide on a multi-million dollar nd referendum. the vote will be on february 2nd. this bond vote is for 49 and a half million dollars meant to cover the increased enrollment and faculty needs. if the bond vote passes, it would increase the property tax rate by 32 cents to 16 dollars and 13 cents per thousand dollars of valuation. this would cost an owner of a 10000housand dollar home an additional 17 year. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at prairie view elementary school in cedar rapids. forrest, where will the funds go?
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district's board of education accepted petitions at their december 14, 2015 board meeting calling for a bond referendum. district patrons turned in petition signatures requesting the board set a bond election to address enrollment growth and facility needs. the petition calls for the board to set a february 2, 2016 x-apple-data-detectors: bond referendum vote for $49.5 million dollars. additionally, the board took action that would commit a minimum of $6,000,000 of one cent sales tax funds to keep the property tax rate in the district low. with this action, the property tax rate would increase approximately 32 cents to $16.13 per thousand dollars of valuation--this is 81 cents lower than
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use of the sales tax funds. this would cost the owner of a home with an assessed value of $100,000 $17.50 per year. the last bond referendum, held on april 7, 2015, failed by only 58 votes.
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thanks a lot forrest. voters in the waterloo school district will or deny a bond referendum. on a new career center and renovations at east and west high school. the school district is holding three town hall meetings starting today to provide a better understandin g of what this money will do. voters can go to the waterloo center for the arts tonight at 7 o'clock for more information. the other meetings are on thursday and saturday. a historic waverly bridge may get a makeover, partially thanks to a petition to save it. the city now has 14 options to either replace or repair the nearly 100- year-old bridge after it problems. the city of waverly showed off the options at an open house last night. the choices range from doing nothing and demolishing the bridge to with a modee concrete bridge. a modern "truss" bridge would look like the current bridge. ant that is one of the more
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dollars. "we've got a good cross section of opportunities here it's an exercise figuring out what the public wants to see and what we can work into the budget " following t t open house, the waverly city council also looked at a formal proposal on the various bridge plans. the council should make a decision in about a month. a new electric transmission line could be coming to the cedar rapids area. last week, the iowa utilities board decided to back a plan by i-t-c midwest to build a 3 mile line along blairs ferry road in rural linn county. the board says the line would provide more reliable energy service to cedar rapids. two landowners along the route refused to let i-t-c use their land for the line. but the board's approval means i-t-c can move forward even without their permisson after it develops a plan to trim dangerous ees on their properties. the homeowners can appeal the board's decision.
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senior center as a possible option at this potential building sititon 7th street southeast. the county owns the land and recently proposed a joint building for public health and child development services. supervisors haven't set a timeline for reviewing the proposals.. a man faces federal theft charges in connection with a data breach at the university of northern iowa. more than one hundred u-n-i employees said the irs rejected their 20-14 tax returns because someone filed a return under their name and collected their refund. authorities linked bernard oretekor to the e ime after they searcrcd his computers in connection with a separate investigation in california. he's still in custody there, and faces charges after police say he stole 312-thousand dollars from a couple's investment account. health officials say the number of those diagnosed with r-s-v will most likely increase this time of year. children are more likely to
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r-s-v affects the upupr airway. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, more than 50- thousand children under the age of five are hospitalized with it every year. symptpts can range from coughing anansneezing to trouble breathing. doctors say it's important to pay close attention to those symptoms. "its more just how they react to the symptoms so if they're struggling to breath, if they're not eating well, especially little ones those are reasons to watch them closely and make sure they're followed by their doctor." greenlee says taking preventative measures like washing hands and covering coughs can keep the virus away or stop it from spreading. a project that helps women in transitional housing prepare for the workforce is celebrating success. the initiative is called "empow-her." mount mercy university students in the business group "en-actus" started itour years ago. it's a partnership with the catherine mcauley center in downtown cedar rapids. it teaches women about writing resumes and cover
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attire for job interviews. this year, empow-her added workshops to learn about how to act in interviews and entrepreneurship. "i'm just a really big advocate for people taking their lives into their own hands, and if you do need a little bit of help from an outside resource, i think that's where enactus steps in to help with that. " ten to 15 women have participated every year. project coordinators say about 90 percent of them have found employment or enrolled in college. some people in dubuque decided to embrace the cold weather this weekend. sculptors took their talents to the ice for a festival. clouds are moving back in today
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snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 or 4, but for most of the area ititl wait until after 6. light snow continues into the night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in the 20s. we'll stay in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures actually getting above freezing on nday. today: pm lighghsnow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15
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low:w:-13 winds: e 5-10 alal 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 21-27 winds: s 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 21 iow: 25 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22 winds: s 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 16 iow: 19 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 31 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy
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chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 thanks justin. many of us are doing what we can to stay inside. people in dubuque celebrated all things cold this weekend. the national mississippi river museum hosted its annual ice fest. ice and snow sculptors were the main attraction for the three day event. visitors also got a chance to harvest ice, do some sledding
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games. the event helped bring visitorso the museum at a time that's typically very slow. "they love the sledding hill that's out there. they love the harvesting demonstrations. it's a lot of fun. " directors say attendance was lower than year's past, but still higher than a typical january weekend. the u-s-d-a is monitoring more reports of the bird flu. in today's agribusiness report, 10 commercial flocks in ininana have the virus and officials want to keep it from spreading. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---. good morning, this is the
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david geiger. ---- the indiana state board of animal health announced nine more commmmcial turkey farms have tested positive for highly pathogenic
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commercial turkey operations.. more testing in going on to find the virus type. last friday.. the u-s-d-a confirmed the h-7-n-8 virus present in a flock.. which is different from the bird flu that rampaged across the midwest last year. new 10 kilometer circles are drawn from the original control area.. and depopulation is already going on.. on most of the sites.. indiana's governor met with state and federal officials on saturday for an update.. the state says poultry flocks are being tested in the surrounding area.. the outbreak is in dubois ounty, indiana.. a little more than three hunddd 50 miles from an iowa border. ---- a new bill proposal is in the iowa legislature.. it's aimed at helping iowa biochemicals.. the renewable biochemical tax credit is geared to incentivize building new production facilities.. and using co- products from renewable fuel production. which would extract chemicals like glycerin from the plants.. and turn them@into a variety of products like cleaning detergent.. it is not aimed at food or
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credits... five cents per pound of renewable chemicals produced in a given year.. giving a total of a million dollar maximum a year for companies less than five years old.. half a million for those older.. a business can only use this five times.. it's placed under the iowa economic development authority's business tax credit cap.. and proponents say it's not an increase to current business tax credits. iowa's cultivation corridor and the iowa biotechnology association partnered late last year to develop a white paper from iowa s ste university researchers.. they found iowa could be.. best positioned to get into the next frontier of bioprocessing . the iowa biotech association says the tax credit would add more value to agriculture. "it capitalizes on two great resources that we already have in iowa. the abundant supply of corn affects the feedstocks that are eligible for the tax credit, that make up the materials involved in the tax credit and
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network of bioprocessing facilities throughout the state because of our leadership position in biofuels production." the iowa biotechnolog y association triedto get this tax creded last year.. it passed the house but got caught up in different budget priorities. this year they've made adjustments to some of the budget concerns. ---- the markets were closed yesteteay because of the martin luther jr. king holiday. they will reopen tomorrow. however, the saturday auction of sheep an goats in colfax saw a bigger number of 124 head off sheep. feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $2.40 per pound, while fed lambs averaged $1.50 per pound. the 43 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging from $115 to $205 per head... ---- last week.. syngenta's board voted in favor of pursuing advanced takeover talks.. moving the company closer to a merger with chemchina. counter proposals could still appear from
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takeover syngenta last year.. however.. monsanto officals say rekindling talks have been difficult. the earliest syngenta could reach a formal agreement with chemchina would be the start of february.. chemchina offered about four hundred 70 swiss francs a share in cash for syngenta.. and if the deal would go through, would d rn the compann into a maker of genetically modified seeds.. putting it in competition with monsanto. ---- 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 3.51 oc webtease the number of people flying t of the eastern iowa airport in cedar rapids is down two and a half percent. airlines replaced 50- seat regional jets with larger planes that seat up to 76 passengers, which resulted in fewer flights. low gas prices means more people could drive instead of fly. those two factors are likely contribing to the decrease in passengers.
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percent d drease in revenue in the current fiscal year. the airport has decreased its budget for fiscal year 2017. russian roulette is a guessing game that can put your life on the line. but this time tv-9's scott saville took on the athlete of the week in a russian roulette that had the two cracking up and cracking eggs.
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clouds are moving back in today and will produce light snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 or 4, but for mostf the area it'll wait until after 6. light snow continues inttthe night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in the 20s. we'll stay in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures actually getting
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sunday.today: pm light snow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15 tonight: light snow likely low: 7-13 winds: e 5-10 alo: 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 21-27 winds: s 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 21 iow: 25 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22 winds: s 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 16 iow: 19 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 fririy: partly cloudy hihi: 25 - low: 13 - low: 12 low: 25 monday: chance of snow high: 30 high: 24 - low: 17 everyone seems to have a little rhythm in sports. from football players to cowboys to horses-- place in this week's golden klutz. let's start off with the worst
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noah with the two handed push shot that comes up just a little short. biggest bonehead award. it's never a good idea to trip a zebra on purpose. ya that will get you a t every time whwh was he inking. and it's not easy to play with just one shoe robin lopez loses his under the basket.. throws it off the floor as he running down the court. the play ends so he can get his shoe bk and they still playing defense on& him. hey that's my shoe not the ball. what are doingng most painfull pass of the week right off the defenders. yikes! another look in coming skud! and it's not easy skating with a face guard stuck to your skate hep hep hep me please i can't get it off. worst dance of the week i have seen horses with better rythem than that. you
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this horse can evev line dance no kidding. that is pretty cool. and finally i took on athlete of the week brock henderson in eggs russian roulette. good night! as time runs out before the
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presidential candidates are taking more shots at each other. we look at an advertisement attacking marco rub and how factual it really is. a few candidates are scheduled to speak at the renewable fuel summit today in iowa. they won't be the only politicians taking the podium. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. countdown to caucus. 20-16 presidential hopefuls are increasing their campaign stops in iowa as caucus day approaches. reporting results. those in charge of caucus precincts have a new way to report results -- from a smart phone. you're looking live on our
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clear this morning, but we have some snow moving in later r the day. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast. clouds are moving back in today and will produce light snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 or 4, but for most of the area it'llllait until after 6. light snow continues into the night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and wamer with in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures a aually getting pm light snow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15 7-13 winds: e 5-10 alo: 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12
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candidates are converging on iowa in a final push to collect votes before the iowa caucuses. republican presidential candidate carly fiorina will be in eastern iowa today. she's speaking at a presidential candidate forum at wartburg college. that will be from 8:30 until 10 this morning. fiorina hasn't been polling well, pushing her to the undercard debate last week. democrat hillary clinton is telling voters she will improve the affordable care act. in toledo last night she also talked about making education more affordable. the former secretary of state also told supporters she'll be able to work with republican lawmakers on capitol hill. " i don't sugercoat it. it's hard but you have to find common ground with people with whom you disagree with so many issues. that's what i've done."
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are targeting marco rubio saying he's missed key votes and hearings. the gazette and kcrg-tv9 fact check team tested the claims of this pac which is supporting jeb bush. the gazette's mitch schmidt has the results. ad: marco rubio was missing the ad from right to rise points out instances when marco ruo missed national security briefings for campaign events. then it adds this... "over the last three years, rubio has missed more total votes than any other senator." gov-tack, a website that tracks congressiona l votes, shows rubio missed 177 votes, out of 11-hundred. that's more than 15- percent. most of those missed votes were in 2015, after rubio announced his bid for president. during lasasyear alone,, rubio missed almost one out of every three votes. data shows that's not uncommon for presidential candidides. fellow republican ted cruz missed about 24 percent of votes last year and lindsey graham, who has since dropped out of the race, missed
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votes. but rubio has missed the most over the three year period, which is why we give this ad an 'a' a pro- marco rubio pac, called conservative solutions, countered with an ad of its own making this claim... sot "rubio has attended more classified national security briefings than any other candidate." this is impossible to check because there are no public records available on classified meetings and their attendance. we tried to contact the pac to get its source for the claim but did not get a response. rubio is the only psidential candidate who is a mber of the senate intelligence committee. we checked committee logs and that committee has the most closed hearings. 71 of its 74 hearings last year were closed. but because we can't confirm attendance records for classified hearings, we can't grade this claim. speaking directly to iowans, rubio says he opposes amnesty for people who are living in the country illegally. he spoke to a standing room only crowd yesterday afternoon in coralville.
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for stance on illegal immigration. rubio told supporters he would deport those who are in the country without proper documentatio n. he also outlined plans for more border agents and fencing between the u-s and mexico. "14:00 as the son of immigrants, the grandson of immigrants, the community of immigrants i speak when with authority: enforcing our immigration laws is not anti immigrant it's what sovereign countries do all f them do it. " with just 13 days until the first in the nation caucuses, iowans are getting ready. precinct volunteers are going through a training process. the republicans will vote on small ballots with sults reported to party headquarters. the democrats stand in groups to determine how many delegates the candidates get. the parties used to call in results, which led to problems in 2012. so, the parties are using a new app. "microsoft developed this app, we are sharing the app between the democrats and republicans to make sure we get an accurate count this time of where the results came form - howhey were spread out
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one person from each precinct will report the results on caucus night. they'll have to type in their cell phone number and a special code to keep the process secure. if something goes wrong, the parties say a separate call system will act as a backup to get results into des moines. a few presidential candidides will attend the iowa renewable fuels summit today. republicans donald trump, carly fiorina, and rick santorum plan to speak. they will give their opinion on renewable fuels like biodiesel and ethanol. governor terry branstad and lieutenant governor kim reynolds will also speak, as well as former governor and ag secretary tom vilsack. this summit is todod at prairie meadows in altoona. today, voters in johnson county will fill a vacancy on the board of supervisors. lisa green-douglass and chris hoffman are vying for the empty seat on the five- member board. terrence neuzil
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michigan. the winnewill serve the rest of neuzil's term and be up p r public vote again in november. polls open at seven this morning and will close at nine tonight. they're trying again. college community school district will vote on a multi-million dollar bond referendum, early next month. back in april, the last referendum failed by only 58 votes. in december, supporters got enough signatures to get it back on the ballot, february 2nd. it calls for 49 and a half million dollars to help fight growing enrollment. passage means the district's property tax rate would increase about 32 cents to 16-13 per thousand dollars of valuation. school officials say the new rate would increase property taxes 17-50 per year for a home assessed at 100-thousand dollars. tv-9's forrest saunders joins us live from college community schools this morning. forrest, if approved, where will all that money go? the college community school
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board of education accepted petitions at their december 14, 2015 board meeting calling for a bond referendum. district patrons turned in petition signatures requesting the board set a bond election to address enrollment growth and facility needs. the petition calls for the board to set a february 2, 2016 x-apple-data-detectors: bond referendum vote for $49.5 milliodollars. additionally, the board took action that would commit a minimum of $6,000,000 of one cent sales tax funds to keep the property tax rate in the district low. with this action, the operty tax rate would increase approximatee 32 cents to $16.13 r thousand dollars of valuauaon--this is 81 cents lower than originally projected due to the use of the sales tax funds. this would cost the owner of a home with an assessed value of $100,000 (17.50 per year. the last bond referendum, held on april 7, 2015, failed by only
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cedar rapids police ararlooking for someone who shot at a house. police were called to the intersection of 12th street and j avenue northeast last night for a report wf gunfire. officers arrived at about 9:30 last night. they searched outside a home for any evidence and found shell casings. police say no one was hurt and they are still investigating. one man iin the hospital this morning after a crash in black hawk county. sheriff's deputies responded to the 58- hundred block of independence avenue around 9:30 last night. 28-year-old bobby higgins of oelwein rolled over
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head on crash at the round-about. first responders took him to allen hospital, and then he was transported to u-i-h-c. the accident is under investigation. in a tv-9 followowp this morning.. a space heater likely caused a fire that killed a mother and her three children in a small town in boone county, north of des moines. that's according to a preliminary investigation. crews responded to the fire in boxholm shortly bere 1 o'clock sunday morning. sub-zero temperatures, caused some pumps and trucks to freeze. firefighters found the bodies of 27-year-old amber sorenson and her three kids inside the home. a massive fire destroyed a decades-old warehouse in fort dodge. it broke out shortly after noon yesterday. crews say the fire was difficult to fight because there were 6-thousand tires burning inside. one@ firefighter was hurt but is expected to be ok. a cedar rapids landlord trying to thaw out frozen pipes started a fire at his tenant's house. the fire chief says the
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three yesterday afternoon at the home at 26-20 johnson avenue southwest. no one was hurt. the fire department says@this was the second fe like this yesterday. 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. republican presidential front-runner donald trump is making bold business claims this morning. he has some strong words for the world's most
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icicles coated powewelines in st..ouis, after a car crashed into a fire hydrant. the accident sent water shooting several feet into the air. and it formed an n e sculpture around the pole and power lines, before city crews were able to shut the water off. the cause of the accident is still under investigation clouds are moving back in today and will produce light snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 or 4, but for most of the area it'll wait until
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into the night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in t t 20s. we'll stay in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures actually getting above freezing on sund. today: pm light snow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15 tonight: light snow likely low: 7-13 winds: e 5-10 alo: 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 21-27 winds: s 5-10 alo: 22 dbq: 21 i: 25
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cloudy low: 16-22 winds: s 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 16 iow: 19 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 31 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 36 - low: 25 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17
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puerto rico is in some major financial trouble. and now the white house wants congress to step in to help the island's economy. stay with your 24 hour news
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trading will resume today on wall street after the martin luther king, juni holiday. this comes as puerto rico announced it is on the brink of a fiscal crisis. the island is about 16 billion dollars short of the money needed to cover debts for the next five years. that's up 15 percent from the amount it revealed in september. things are so bad that it i ino longer paying the vendor that feeds inmates. the white house is urging congress to pass legislation allowing the island to restructure its d dts. big troubles are ahead for the nation's number one
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it may lose the number one spot, in terms of revenue, to morgan stanley. bank of america -- which owns merrill lynch -- and morgan stanley report earnings today. and republican presidential candidate donald trump says he'll force apple to start manufacturing in the u-s again. the tech company does its research and design in california. china and other countries manufacture its iphones, ipads and mac computers. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam.
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snow later on. we may begin to see snowflakes as early as 3 o4, but for most of the area it'll wait until after 6. light snow continues into the night with a dusting up to two inches likely, with most places in the lower part of that range. highs reach the lower teens today. tomorrow will be partly cloudy and warmer with highs in the 20s. we'll stay in the 20s right up to the weekend, with temperatures actually getting above freezing on sunday.today: pm light snow likely high: 10-16 winds: se 5-10 alo: 10 dbq: 12 iow: 15 tonight: light snow likely low: 7-13 winds: e 5-10 alo: 7 dbq: 9 iow: 12 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 21-27 winds: s 5-10 alo:
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tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 16-22 winds: s 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 16 iow: 19 thursday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 31 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 36 - low: 25 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly c cudy high: 24 - low: 17
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here's a look at today's top stories... 20-16 republican presidential hopeful carly fiorina will be in eastern iowa today. she'l'lmake a campaign s sop at wartburg college in waverly from 8:30 to ten this morning. then, she'll travel to altoona to join donald trump, rick santorum and governor branslad at the iowa renewable fuels summit. caucus precinct leaders are learning a new technology to report results to their respective parties. both parties are using a new app. one person from each precinct will report the results on caucus night. they'll have to type in their cell phone number and a special code to keep the process secure. voters in johnson county will hit the polls today to fill a vacancy on the board of supervisors. lisa green-douglass and chris hoffman are vying for the empty seat on the five- member board. terrence neuzil left the position for a job in michigan. polls opop at seven this morning and will close at nine tonight.
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good tuesday morning. here's a
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against top ranked oklahoma tonight. and hilton was rocking with a sold out crowd.. the cycyones came out running abdel nader goes coast to coast for two of his 19 points. and then checkout the ally oop to jameel mckay w throws it down.. the sooners got a big first half from buddy heald who hit 3 early triples and finished with 27. but iowa state answers with the three ball corner pocket form matt thomas. and then george niang started to heat up wittthree of his 22 and the clones led 41-35 at the break. and more of the same in the second half this thomas trey gave iowa state a 10 point lead. bubuthe sooners battled back with time running down on the shot clock dante buford from way outside to give oklahoma the lead.. and this
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wire. tied at 75 monte morris hits the step back for the 77-75 lead with 21 to play. and they iced it at the line for the 82-77 upset. the panthers, hawkeyes and now the cyclones have all knocked off number one ranked teams this year. first time iowa state has done it since 1957. this is huge a lot of people doubted us and we proved them wrong and took a step in the right direction. sot oc: "right direction " peter jok w named the big 10 player of the wee today.. pete averaged 19.5 points a game in two big wins er michigan state and michigan.. and the hawkeyes are ranked in the top 10 this week moving all the way to 9th in both polls. but they realize they are only 5 games into the bigig0 season. the little next to your name means nothing right now. all that matters is what happens in march it matters at the end of the season. the numbers is for the fans all we want to do continue win game and beat
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where we are at just because we are-0 we could lose are next gamam. sot :21 oc: " our next games "
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good tuesday morning. here's a live look on our city cam. it's january 19th and here's what you need to know today. leaders in the college community school district hope voters will approve a bond issue that would allow updates and expansions at its schools. 20-16 presidential hopefuls are increasing their campaign stops in iowa to reach as many voters before caucuses. caucus precinct leaders are learning how to use a new app to report results to their respective parties on the big night. protestors in flili, michigan want the police to arrest their governor. they blame him for the lead-contaminated water in their homes. and doctors are seeing an increase in r-s-v in iowa.
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