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good wednesday morning. you're cam. it's january y th and here's what you need to know today. 20-16 republican presidential candidate doctot ben carson suspends campaign events today to mou the life of f volunteer killed in a aar crash in iowa. "i'm in it to win it " former alaska governor sarah palin is showing her support for r o-p front-ruruer donald trump. medical staff at the university of iowa hope to see a decrease in the number of mumps cases on campus as students return from winter break. the linn-mar community school district wants parents to write e o their state lawmakers to push for more school funding during this legislative session. and students and staff at west high school in iowa city will return to classes as normal today after a bomb threat yesterday. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source,
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it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy
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for the start of the new semester, those at the university of iowa are hoping for fewer mumps cases. at ththend of fall semester the cases sky-rocketed. there are usually one or two cases of mumps in a typical school year. but the latest report from county health officials shows 253 casese have been lab confirmed in johnson county, since july. the majority, are at the u-i. . this year, numbers rival 2006, when hundreds of cases broke out across the state. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at the iowa memorial union to talk with medic staff. forrest, everyone is hoping there will be fewer cases now? -what do your most recent numbers look like? since the ui went on winter
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substantially, but there were still 2-3 cases most days, usually non-students, but many college aged individuals who live and work in the area. -do you think the break helped or hurt the spread of the help......the exposed and coming down with the disease is 16-18 days, so this break should help stotothe cycle of spreadidi this from one know until the will eclipse those cases? no....the 2006 outbreak was statewide, this outbreak has
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confined to the ui campus in iowa city, fofoest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. a cedar rapids police officer suffered serious injuries on the job and is still in the hospital this morning. this is video of officer randy vest, when we talked to him for a story about t"ain safety a little more than a year ago. vest and other police responded to the soapy waters laundromat on the city's southwest side sunday for a domestic disturbance. officers say a man punched
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unconscious. vest fell and hit his head on a cement parking barrier. he had serious injuries but we don't know his condition due to medical privacy laws - we only know he's still in the hospital. police say 33-year-old nathan brocks was the man who hit vest. they say he fought with other officers on the scene and they had to use a taser to get him under control. brocks faces 8 charges, including 2 counts of assault with injury on a peace officer. police have a man in custody this morning for his connection with a house fire in cedar rapids. 33-year old shane keller of marion faces first- degree arson, second- degree burglary and manufacturing meth charges. responded to a house fire at 14-46 golfview drive northeast. fire in the garage of the home. frozen water pipes can cause a lot of problems. dangerous. professional plumbers use electric heatuns to thaw pipes, which are safer than
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flame. but they're not foolproof and can start fires. "unfortunately, they get a false sense of security when they see a heat gun because there's no open flame... but the problem is thoseeat guns put out heat up to 1200 degrgrs and ttt's hot enough to melt some types of glass even." one trick to using a heat gun is to keep moving it so it doesn't get too hot in one place. a landlord in cedar rapids was using one of those heat guns on monday when temperatures were in the single@digits. but that accidentally johnson avenue southwest. the linn-mar community school district is encouraging everyone to talk about school funding. superintendent quintin shepherd wants voters in the district to talk to area lawmakers the district is asking supporters to consider sending letters to legislators. it has an example on its websisi. the superintenden n says the district needs an increase in funding of 3- point-3 percent to maintain programs and staff.
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legislators to be leaders in thisarea and to choose an appropriate funding level that will allow us to do our jobs and not put schools or kids in a position where we have to crisis manage through funding decisions " the superintenden t says lawmakers say people are already sharing their opinions. governor branstad proposed a 2-point-45 percent increase for the 2016 - 2017 school year during his condition of the state address last week. waterloo school district officials are inviting voters to learn more about a proposed 47 million dollar bond issue. 12 million dollars would fund renovvions at both east and west high schools. the rest would pay for 35 million dollar career and technical center. students would earn both high school and college credit through those classes. the district would also expand career pathways, including automotive, culinary arts, and early childhood education, to thirty choices. 17:22:42 "the one thing we don't do, a lot of our teachers teach more
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they can only really do an intro level course, maybe a follow up course, but they can't go really deep in content. that's what this career center would really allow us to do." the bond will go to a vote in about two weeks on february second. also in two weeks, the college community district will ask voters for a second-time to approve a 49 and a half mililon dollar bond i iue. if approved, the district will add classrooms to the high school and update heating, cooling and safety systems. last year, a similar bond issue failed by only 58 vovoes. state senators are considering a bill that deals with a box on job applications that requires you to discse your criminal record. people refer to the idea as "ban the box". yesterday, a three-member panel of a senate committee met to talk about the bill. it would limit when employers can ask about their criminal records. the panel plans to meet soon to decide whether to present it to the full committee. human rights commissions in both
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are puing employers - and some cases, landlords - to ban the box. they say it can be next to impossiblelefor formerly incarcerated men and women to find jobs. netflix is hitting a major milestone. and there is new data out a aut the worsrs papawords people use to o otest their information. that's ahead in today's techbytes.
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it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching toohe lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next t ance of snow ararves monday. today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo:
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tonight: mostly cloudy low: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: : tomorrow night: flurries northwest low: 10-16 winds: n 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partly cloudy high:
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thanks. now here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson
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hey there, in today's "tech bytes" nielsen is tracking more of what you say online about tv. >> the ratings measurement company has decided to track facebook conversations about tv shows that you love and hate. it's been tracking your tweets for a while and plans to watch your instagram later this week. >> netflix says since january its subscribers topped 75 million members. >> most of the subscribers come from overseas. but netflix said it has recently added 1.5 new members right here at home. and a new s sdy confirms too many people are using easy to hack pass word sfls topping the list is still 123456. second is password. >> the third is 123455678 and qwerty.
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as we get closer to the first caucuses in the nation here in iowa, candidates are doing all they can to win support. for republican frontrunners donald trump and ted cruz, it's turned into a fight for the anti- establishment wing of the g-o-p. abc's megan hughes has the latest. palin sot: "are you ready to make america great again?" could conservative heavyweight sarah palin's endorsement put donald
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palin sot: "he is beholden to no one how reeshing?he 's going rogue left and right man, that's why he's doing so well!" the tea party favorite rambled, rhymed, hit the media, and thr in some of her favorite phrases. palin sot: it's time to drill baby drill down and hold these folks accountable." nats: cheering not everyone is so enthusiastic. the new york daily news headline ts morning: i'm with stupid. the partnership of the former reality stars is also bad news for ted cruz, who palin backed when he ran for senate. cruz sot: "regardless of what sarah descides to do in 2016 i will always remaind a big, big fan of sarah palin's" the conservative powerhouse endorsement also puts a dent in the attacks on trump's "new york values" from cruz and rush limbaugh. sot- rush limbaugh: there are a lot of conservatives who think that he's a wolf in sheep's
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a real conservative and rush has been terrific to me on the democratic side- clinton has been racking up her own big endorsements ?with progressive groups like the human rights campaign and planned parenttod. but a new poll shows - vermont enator bernie sanders with a 27-point lead in new hampshire. sanders sot: "the inevitable candidate does not look quite so inevitable as she did eight- and-a-half months ago." tag: hillary clinton still has a double-digit lead nationally. her campaign is already fundraising off of the palin-trump endorsement-saying in an email "make sure this is nothing g re than a bad snl sksk 20 people have been killed in a terrorist attack on a university in northwest pakistan. security forces killed four attackers, but officials admit they don't know if there were any additional attackers among the dead. officials say recovery operations are now over. explosions and gunfire erupted on campus of bacha kahn university in charsadda , near the border with afghanistan. there are about three-thousand students.
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claimed responsibility for the attack. isis has confirmed the man known as jihadi john is dead. john's real name, mohammad emwazi, appeared in many of the gruesome beheading videos the terrorist group released. u-s officials believe a drone strike in syria killed jihadi john two m mths ago. they believe he was born in kuwait and moved to london as a child. medical staff at the university on iowa hope for a healthy start to the new semester. that includes f fer cases of mumps on campus and they have some tools ready to keep it that way. here's a live look at our camera. justin will be back right after the break with a a look at your wednesday forecast. stay with us.
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joins us now with your first alert forecast. it's going to be tough to get rid of the cloudsdsver the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to th30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday. today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winins: s 5-10 alo: 2020bq: 20 iow: 23
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12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tomorrow night: flurries northwest low: 10-16 windsdsn 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - liw: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partly clcldy high: 25 - low:w:4 a small town in wisconsin is mourning the life of two girls this morning. deadly house fire took their ves as a man on a motorcycle tried to help. more on that story coming up on tv-9.
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good wednesday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 20th and here's what you need to know today. 20-16 republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson suspends campaign events today to mourn the life of a volunteer killed in a car crash in iowa. "i'm in it to win it " former alaska governor sarah palin is showing her support for g-o-p front-runner donald trump. medical staff at the university of iowa hope to see a decrease in the number of mumps cases on campus as students return from winter break. the linn-mar community school district wants parents to write to their state lawmakers to during this legislative session.
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high school in iowa city will return to classes as normal today after a bomb threat yesterday. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to theower 20s this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by
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monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23 " todd and i and a couple of our friends here from alaska friends here from alaska lending our support for the next president for our great united states of america, donald j. trump. mr. trump, you're right. look back there in the press box. heads are spinning. media heads are spinning. this is gonna be so much fun. " the former governor of alaska and 20-12 vice presidential candidate, sarah palin has formally announced her endorsement for 20-16. she appeared with republican front-runner donald trump at a campaign event in ames last ght. she says the country needs a change during this election. "you know, they stomp on our neck and tell us to chill. just
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and we've been had. they need to get use to it. this election is more than just your basic abcs. anybody but clinton. it's more than that this go around " experts say palin's support could give trump the push he needs in iowa heading into the caucuses. trump says he has wanted palin's support since he started his campaign. "this is a woman from day one, i said if i'm going to do this, i have to get her support. she feels it and understands better than anybody. " many wondered if palin would endorse senator ted cruz in 20-16. she helped him during his senate campaign. cruz and trump are neck and neck in iowa. but, cruz isn't getting any support from big names in the hawkeye state. governor terry branstad spoke about cruz during the renewable fuels summit yesterday. " i believe it would be a big mistake for iowa to support him. i
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counts is the one they take on caucus night. and i think it could change between now and then." branstad said cruz shouldn't win iowa. he's basing that opinion on cruz's opposition to the renewable fuel standard. other candidates at cruz, the ethanol mandate will not survive. republican presisintial candidate rand paul a ao opposes the renewable fuel standard. the johnson county board of supervisors has a new member this morning. in a special election, democrat lisa green- douglass received more than 2-thousand votes yesterday. she is a spanish- language trainer and lives in north liberty. her opponent, north liberty cy council member chris hoffmanangot more than 12- hundred votes. the county auditor says voter turnout was lower than normal - at nearly 4 percent. two sisters are dead this morning - they were trapped in a house fire. 12-year old lena bartels and 15-year old trinity bartels of wauzeka,
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a man driving by the house called 9-1-1 just before midnight monony night. he stopped and tried to help, but flames had already taken over the house. fire crews found the girls inside once the flames were out. the crawford county sheriff's office says this is a devastating loss for the community. "this is a very small, close nit community, things like this affect us greatly, but the nice thing about this community is we pull together well aa community, and i think together we'll get through this." the state fire marshall is now investigating the cause of the fire. three people are ad and two ararin the hospital thisis morning after a crash with a semi. it happened on highway 63 just south of new hampton around six last night. bertha smith of waterloo didn't yield to a semi i en getting on the highway. three of her passengers died at the scene. they range in age from 24 to 29 years old. none of the three were wearing seatbelts. in a t9 follow-up this
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students and staff at the university of iowa hope the number of mumps cases declines this semester. all undergraduat e students are now back& in class. there e e usually one or two cases of mumps in a typically school year. but the latest report from county health officials shows 253 cases have been lab confirmed in johnson county, since e july. the majorory, are at the u-i. . this year, numbers rival 2006, when hundreds of cases broke out across the state. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at the iowa memorial union to talk with medical staff. forrest, officials hope the winter break will help cut the numbers? -what doyour most recent numbers look like? sisie the ui went on winter break, the numbers tested in the community dropped substantially, but there were still 2-3 cases
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non-students, but many college aged individuals who live and work in the area. -do you think the break helped or hurt the spread of the disease? it should help......the typical time between being exposed and cominindown with the disease is 16-18 days, so this break should help stop the cycle of spreading this from one person to another. but will not know until the students geback to their normal campus activities andndbout a month has passed. -any plans to help combat mumps as students return? continue offering the third dose of mmr. education to get diagnosed and to stay isolated in their room/apt if they develop mumps. -you mentioned these were t highest numbers in a few years, i w wt to say 2006. do you think k is year will eclipse those cases? no....the 2006 outbreak was statewide, this outbreak has basically stayed confined to the ui campus and
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in iowa city, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news a man from iowa city could spend decades in prison for sexually abusing a girl under the age of 12. police say 40-year-old robert gathright inappropriately touched the girl. the victim told police the abuse happened at least several times, including last november. gathright faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted of second- degree sexual abuse. a man found with a plastigunn faces felony charges for robbing a bank in iowa city.
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report a man with a gun robbing the u-s bank branch at 1117 william street. police say they found 30-year-old clifton brinkmeyer with a plastic gun. investigators say surveillance footage and witness statements helped identifyim. police arrested brinkmeyer for second- degree robbery. iowa city west high school students are going back to a normal day of class today. a bomb threat forced students to evacuate yesterday morning. police sasathey received a 9-1-1 call warning there was an explosive device in the school. it's not clear if this threat is connected to others in the northeast. nine schools in w jersey received phone call threats yesterday morning. schools in massachusett s and delaware also received bomb threats. police evacuated about 2 thousand people in 10 degree weather. the superintenden t says police determined it was a credible threat. they had to call for all the buses in the area to help transport students. " they rolled all the buses they couldldget them over to weses high, we were able to quickly
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onto the buses and then we brought them over here to the university of iowa, they graciously allowed us to use the tennis and rec. center. " " just very very glad that nothing actually happened because when you hear about this stuff you get very scared. " police have not made any arrests. this comes a little more than three years after three people were involved in threats a ainst regina catholic high school in iowa city. police say kashawn deas demanded money and threatened to blow up the school in august and september of 2012. classes were canceceed on both days. police never found any explosives. deas, who is from allentown, pennsylvania, faces felony charges. prosecutors charged two brothers who were former regina students, aususn and alex troyer with aiding and abetting. since they were minors at the time we don't know the outcome of those charges. an eastern iowa citizen's police academy is seeing a drop ininumbers. police think a growing distrust for officers is the reason for the slump in numbers.
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weather wise qpestion. meeorologist kaj o'mara is up right after the break. it's ---.
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first alert storm team meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have
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this afternoon and middle 20s tomorrow. winds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday.today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 12-18 winds: sese-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tomorrow night: flurries northwest low: 10-16 winds: n 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 12 iow: 14 friy: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12
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low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partly clcldy high: 25 - low: 14 thanks. a famous war veteran in eastern
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of a new plan this morning.
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build a "smart house," but says he still has options.
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this morning, g-o-p presidential candidide ben carson is mourning the loss of
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iowa. 25-year-old braden joplin died yesterday after a crash on interstate 80 west of atlantic. paramedics flew joplin to a hospital in nebraska, where he died. the iowa state patrol says another campaign staffer was driving the van and lost control when they hit a patch of ice. the van went across the median and a truck hit i i three other people were hurt and treated at the atlantic hospital. carson has temporarily suspended his campaign. he and other candidates are offering their condolences. "i saw video of him last night, making yard signs. he was so energetic. it's just amazing what he was doing. and our hearts go out to his family and to allhe families involved " "i have a lot of respect for r y young person who gets involved in the political process, who volunteers, and i think i speak for everyone in saying our hearts go out to the family of that young man. "
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fiorina continues to campaign in iowa today. she is starting heheday in cennal iowa and heading east. fiorina is scheduled to appear cornell o'clock this go to maquoketa for a coffee with carly event. that will be at 5:30 tonight. despite her low poll numbers, fiorina is hoping to sway voters. she stopped at wartburg college in waverly yesterday where she talked about education. the most recent public policy poll has fiorina with three percent support in iowa. an eastern iowa group is hosting a mock caucus and caucus training today. the league of united latin american citizens council is helping with the event in iowa city. you can go to the center for worker justice at 6 o'clock to learn about how the caucuses work and how to be involved. today, north dakota regulatoror will consider approving the permit for a large oil pipeline that would run through iowa. the company wants to build the 13-hundred mile dakota acacss pipeline that would run through h
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and illinois. the company says regulators in south dakota and illinois already have approvepermits for the project. back in november, the iowa utilities board heard from more than 200 people. the board will eventually decide if it will let the company build the pipeline. dakota access says it expects a decision in iowa in the e xt month. not many people are signing up for dubuque's citizen's police academy this year. in the academy, participants learn about a number opolice procedures lili arrests, search and seizures and use of force. people in the class have the option of having police pepper spray them and they also ride along with officers on duty. police suspect the drop in interest in the program has to do with recent cases of mistrust for police. "this is a way for us to really give people a first hand look at what we do and we try to make it as hands s as possible." the ten week course starts february 4th and runs through april 7th. sessions are at the police
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from 6 to 9. in a tv-9 follow-up thiss morning.. army veteran taylor morris is considering what's next after the city rejected his bid to build a new high-tech home. morris lost parts of all four of his limbs in afghanistan in 20-12. he wanted to build a new "smart home" in this area of northwest cedar falls. he requested to re-zone an acre and a half from agricultural to residential. the city denied the request t t says morris has other options. "my understanding is that there are alternatives for them to proceed with this property. buying a little more land and possibly leasing it back to e farmer is one ofof them." the city says morris' request would have forced it to segment the land into smaller pieces andould have created problems if it decided to develop the area in the future. we have some college basketball action for you tonight on kcrg nine point two. a missouri valley conference showdown as e u-n-i panthers host the wichita state shockers. tipoff is at seven
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full fame on kcrg nine point two. " " here's what you need to know as
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door on your wednesday. democrcr lisa green- douglass will fill the void on the johnson county board of supervisors. she is a spanish- language trainer, living in north liberty. the county auditor says voter turnout was lower than normal - at nearly four percent. classes will be back to normal today for students and staff at west high school in iowa city. a bomb threat cut the school day
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yesterday. police have not arrested anyone for thththreat. schools in new jersey, massachusetts and delaware also received bomb threats yesterday. no word yet if the threats are related. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin... it's going to be tough to get rid of the clouds over the next couple of days, so be ready for more gray than blue in our sky. even so, our temperatures will still be warmer than they have been, reaching to the lower 20s thiafternoon aa middle 20s tomorrowowwinds are going to be light, as well. a few flurries may fall tomorrow night with partial sunshine returning later friday into saturday. we'll warm to the 30s by sunday before our next chance of snow arrives monday. today: mostly cloudy high: 19-25 winds: s 5-10 alo: 20 dbq: 20 iow: 23 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 12-18 winds: se 5-10 alo: 13 dbq: 13 iow: 16 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 23-29 winds: e 5-10 alo: 25 dbq: 25ow: 27 tomorrow night: flurries northwest
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friday: turning partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 13 saturday: partly cloudy high: 29 - low: 12 sunday: mostly cloudy high: 35 - low: 21 monday: chance of snow high: 30 - low: 22 tuesday: partly cloudy high: 24 - low: 17 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 14 we certainly hope your is off to a good start. good morning america is next. d we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. also make sure to join us at eleven for the kcrg- [ horn honks ] okay, this is u.s. cellular, and this is verizon. now, same phones, but with u.s. cellular you get 6 gigs of 4g data for only $40 per month -- $20 less than verizon. and u.s. cellular's network was built to work in places like out here, here, and here. so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back.
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