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days ago when police report that baseball bats, a shovel and a tricycle were all involved. the e zette's lee hermistoto reports that, in the 3500 block of shamrock place, on january 15th, eight people were involved in a fight at about 2 in the afternoon. police said a 22-year-old man was shoving another man while the 22- year-old's sisisr and mother damaged a car with a baseball bat and a shovel. the gazette reports that 22-year-old mack hartison is facing one count of participating in a riot -- and he's already facing burglary charges from last year. iowa city police say that hartison's mother was also seen throwing a big wheel tricycle at the man her son was attacking. classes start tonight for the citizen policic cademy in iowa city. the course shows citizens what it's like to be a police officer. the classes are every monday night until graduation in april. the students in the class will learn about a varietetof topics like dispatch, crime scene investigation, and the use of force. registration for this academy is already closed. dubuque police say they've had
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number of peopleleigning up for its citizen academy. police believe the drop in interest this year has to do with recent cases of mistrust involving police. their coursdoesn't start until february h. right now, several eastern iowa law enforcement agencies are holding a news conference about stopping human trafficking. president obama declared january national slavery and month. iowa d-o-t, and the city of cedar rapids are educating the community about the problem. this is video from a similar sex-trafficking awareness event last year. a judge has rescheduled the murder trial for a boone man, after he asked for a delay to care for his sick daughter. alexander fazzino's trial was scheduled for april 13th, 2015. but he asked to spend time with his daughter- who's recovering from a bone marrow transplant. fazzino's trial is now rescheduled to begin february 22nd. he faces a first degree murder charge in the death of
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wife, emily fazzino. she was found dead on a bathroom floor at the couple's boone home in january of 2012. fazzino pleaded not guilty, and claims emily fazzino accidentally drowned. this midday, iowa legislators are at the state capitol building to get ready for an update on privitazing medicaid. the senate human resources committee will get a briefing on the process this afternoon. the committee will talk about whether the new provider networks will adequately serve iowans. they'll also discuss if medicaid members and prpriders are commmmicating well with the state and managed care organizations. in an exclusive tv-9 interview.... democratic presidential candidate, hillary clinton, addressed governor terry branstad's plan to privatize medicaid. she's said that she is wary of the plan, which would allow 3 private companies to manage 500,000 medicaid plans for iowans. the governor claims this will save the state $51 million dollars in its first year. in theheast, secretary clinton suggested those savings may come from benefit cuts.
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against it. i've even run some ads against it. i think it's so harmful to so many people. t t federal government postponed it once and i hope answers because there's answers right now. " take place in iowa on january 1st, but federal regulators delayed the launch until march 1st. they said the state lacked readiness i isome areas. we'll bring in meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast -- still clear on...but that will change. patchy fog will continue this afternoon. some patchy drizzle and freezing drizzle will also begin to develop, eventually changing to snow late this afternoon and evening. snow will continue into tonight, dropopng a dusting to
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northeastern iowa may get a bit more than two inches. winds will also pick up overnight. we'll have highs in the 30s today, followed by lower 20s tonight. clouds stick around tomorrow, which may squeeze out scattered flurries. much of the week is looking more gray than not with intermittent flurry chances and highs in the 20s and 30s.today: patchy fog, mix/snow develop high: 30-36 winds: se 5-15 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33 just one we to go...presidential candidates are working hard to shore up support ahead of the iowa caucuses. as all eyes turn to the hawkeye state - there is now speculation that a second billionaire could join the race. abc's kenneth moton is in washington with more. kenneth moton abc news, washington video provided by: length: suggested intro: just one week to go... presidentialalandidates are working hard to shore up support ahead of the iowa caucus. as all eyes turn to the hawkeye
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speculation that a second billionaire could join the race. abc's kenneth moton is in washington with more. kenneth moton live intro: the candidates have a jam packed schedule in iowa with a few stops in new hampshire this week. pkg script:t:he final sprint to the iowa caucuses... sot - donald trump / presidential candidate"it's crunch time folks. i mean, i wanna win iowa, i really wanna win it. sot - hillary clinton / presidential candidate"i know some of you are still days to go and the candidates for president have the hawkeye state bernie sanders...with the biggest crowds. nats - "woah there's a lot of packed the house...the gop frontrunner donald trump / presidential candidate"i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't another billionaire could join the race. abc news has learned former new york city
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independent run after super responded on nbc's meet the press. presididntial candidate"the way i read what he said was if i didn't get the nomination he might consider it. well, i'm going to relieve him of that and get the nomination so he doesn't have to." clinton raked in the endorsements over the weekend. nats "...ted cruz yells..." this morning, ted cruz got the support of former texas governo rick perry. but it's sarah lin's endorseseent of trump that brought the laughs on natsot -- darrel hammond: "she's a firecracker. she's a real pistol. she's crazy, isn't she?" tina fey: "ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka!" kenneth moton oncam close: recent polls for iowa still he trump and sanders in the lead. today alone, all offthe candidates have more than two dozen kenneth moton, abc news washington you can watch tonight's democratic town hall right herenc 9.2at 8 pm.mocratic caucus-goers in desis, will have the ance to ask the presidential ndidates questio. that's this evening at 8 pm on kcrg 9.2 on theebliccn side, texas senat ted cruz will be in eastern iowa today. former texas governor and presidential candidate rick perry formally endorsed cruz. cruz started in maquoketa this morning. after that stop, manchester at 2 thip afternoon. he'll visit retail shops there, and in indedendence at 3:30. and republican rick santorum is
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today. this morning a7, the rmer pennsylvania sator spoke in iowa city at the historic hamburg inn restaurant. he's now headed to make stops in washington, davenport, burlington, ottumwa and oskaloosa. with just a week left to win over iowans, we all see the candidates all over the state. but some voters may not know exactly how to caucus. the university of northern iowa is hosting an informational session tonight about how to caucus. participants will learn how the process works and then be in a mock caucus. it starts tonight at 7 in the maucker union ballrooms. tonight, the waterloo city council will consider adding the former hostess wonder bread building to the national register of historic places. the waterloo cedar falls courier says the designation would help protect the building and free up money for restoration. single speed brewing company is renovating the building. the national park service will ultimately determine eligibility.
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new development project to replace logan plaza. the courier reports that a local developer is working with the city to build medical buildings and retail businesses on the northeast corner of highway 63 and east donald street. mayor quentin hart said that he is excited about the project and thinks now is the perfect time to move ahead with it. most volunteer positions in eastern iowa don't involve extensive training. but volunteers at one program in johnson county.... handle challenging, and often tense situations -- they also mumu dergo about 60 houou of training. kcrg-tv9's iowa city bureau chief mark carlson reports on that 24-hour crisis line program in this week's show you care spotlight. ringing nats inside the johnson county crisis center -- there's a small room -- where inside -- vololteers make a big
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"we let them identify what their own crisis is, so we don't put a definition of what a crisis is or isn't, usually they're in some kind of emotional turmoil, dealing with depression or anxiety, maybe they're dealing with financial distress, that's been a big thing lately." in addition to staff -- about 100 volunteers help make up the crisis line team. they help work the phones around the clock. because a crisis knows no time. "we're always aware that we're as a team just working to help people in our area, but also other places, we get calls from not just iowa but all over the country. " the calls ca get very serious. about 10 percent involve talk of suicide. and the center takes dozens of call each day -- and roughly 8-thousand per year. "something that i definitely came into this job feeling is that we're all the same we all have the same needs, we need the same sort of support, but then this position confirmed that for me, it just seemed like people n ned others and that even at the worsttimes sometimes all you need is another voice at the other end. " officials at the crisis center
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they hopopto add another 25 to so that even more people can work the phones. "they're a tremendous part of our program, last time i counted they do the work of about 8-10 full-time employees for us, so we couldn't run the agency without them. " and without them -- this community -- and far beyond -- would likely be a are many people who just need an ear. in iowa cy, mark carlson, kcrg tv nine news. you can share story ideas for our show you care spotlight by emailing them to "newsroomomt kcrg g t com." please include your name, phone number, and a description of the story. avoiding obesity by eating healthy.... and getting rest. doctors say sleep could affect your child's long term health. we'll tell you how many hours kids should be out...for the night. coming off the weekend blizzard on the east coast, now time for
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americas... we'll look at the process, later on midday meteorologist justin gehrts pdates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with
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some patchy drizzle and freezing drizzle will also begin to develop,
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will continue into tonight, dropping a dusting up to two inches for most. far northeastern iowa may get a bit more than two inches. winds will also pick up overnight. we'll have highs in the 30s today, followed by lower 20s tonight. clouds stick around tomorrow, whicic may squeeze ouou scattered flurries. much of the week is looking more gray than not with intermittent flurry chances and highs in the 20s and 30s.today: pchy fog, mix/snow w velop hihih: 30-36 winds: se 5-15 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: snow likely low: 19-25
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cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow ght: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 18 dbq: 18 iow: 18wednesday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 18 thursday: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 34 - low: 22 friday: mostly cloudy high: 38 - low: 24 saturday: chance of rain/snow high: 39 - low: 28 nday: areas of fog/drizzle high: 37 - low: 28
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thanks justin.
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good health. but recent studies show that so many young people aren't getting these factors -- at least not enough. holly firfer finds out how your children can avoid obesity. in 2012 more than one third of children in the u.s. were overweight or even obese. a recent study in the journal pediatrics found that a contributing factor is lack of sleep. "sleep is important for so many things. ranging from good growth, helping your immune system, heart health, good behavior and the ability to focus and concentrate and learn well in school. not enough sleep may mean not suppressing the appetite and making you want to eat more, taking in more calories, as well as carbobydrate s in general. and that can cause a whole host of health problems. "too much eating eventually along with obesity
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pressure, diabetes, so everything's interrelated, we want everything to be in balance and that includes your nutrition, your sleep and your exercise. and so we do recommend that kids get the right amount of sleep recommended for their age, at least an hour ofofxercise a day, and to eat a healthy diet. so how much sleep do children need? according to the cdc: newborns should be sleeping on average 16-18 hours a day. preschool aged kids, 11-12 hours. and school aged children should sleep about 10 hours a night. and doctors say one more thing -- make sure to monitor what your children are eating. no amount of sleep can battle the bulge if they're not getting a healthy diet. for today's health minute i'm holly firfer. big funds for fresh produce... of a millili dollars for growers. we'll tell you how this money will help agribusiness nation-wide. stay with tv-9. good morning, this is the
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david geiger. ---- a new spout of funding is ready for iowa fruit.. vegetable.. and horticulture growers.. getting a specialty crop funding. iowa secretary of agriculture bill northey says safety.. research.. marketing choice for iowans.. becaus the funds are supposed to enhance competitiveness in the industry. universities.. producers.. industries.. and community organizations are eligible to apply.. and grant awards will be considered up to 24 thousand dollars.. nuts.. fruits.. vegetables.. rticulture.. and nururry crops... both fresh and processed are eligible.. proposals need to hit the iowa department of agriculture's office by may second.. ---- the senate did not manage to override the presidential veto on the waters of the u-s resolution of disapproval. iowa senator joni ernst initiated the override.. but
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the senate needed 60 votes in favororo bring it to both chambers of congress. the legislation blocks a federal water rule.. so it would have required a two-thirds majority in both house and presen decided by federal courts.. there are multiple pending lawsuits over it.. including one that has suspended regulations.. but many ag g oups worry the litigation process will be lengthy and costly. ---- cattle had a little rally at the end of last week.. after starting off not so great.. and corn is looking good right now.. it's jumped past month long moving averages.. "not looking too bad, start off with corn, not looking too bad there at all. we kind of broke through some key moving averages. broke through that 40 day and 60 day." "and the key now is to stay above this and push near the 100 day up near $3.83 today on a daily chart. i think that'd be the short term top. you see a lot of increased farmer selling and probably pull
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little more sluggish. we ran into some good resistance there on this weeks numbers. right above the same moving averages for corn has stalled out. expopos were decent." "cattle kind of swerved off to same lows the same time the stocks did and hung in very well. i think as a producer you'd be looking a spot to get hedged up in here. i think this rally is short lived. and i still think, you know we may push back down again. before we maybe put a spike low coming into spring." "there's still ample supplies here near term. the ped virus that's being reported in a few spots across iowa looks to be very well contained. just in the individual barns. but really, there's just plenty of supplies here right now and the prices are just really congestst." ---- the u-s agriculture deputy secretary is leaving the u-s-d-a krysta harden announced she is leaving her position a athe end of february.. she did not not give a reason for leaving.. but called the announcement bittersweet.. she has been the deputy
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years.s.michael scuse.. the e undersecretary for farm and foreign agricultural services secretary. ---- 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 3.23 ocwebtease we'll be right back with a cooking lesson, stay
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i'm executive chef for the wood fire grille at diamond jo casino, jonathan elson. one of the things we like to make for lent is a beer-battered white fish. i'm going to show you the secret to making it. you'll need cake flour, kosher salt, baking soda, grain alcohol and an ale beer. combine the dry beer. and the secret to crispy batter is a little grain alcohol l it evaporates faster than other liquids. we season the white fish with some salt and pepper. then dip it in the wet, then dip it in flour. fry it up and that is how we make the lightest, crispiest beer-battered fish out
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surviving the storm... a group of eastern iowans makes it home, after a slow, bumpy bus ride across the east coast. meteorologist justin gehrts
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temperatures coming up in your
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but the aftermath still lingers. we'll have the weather latest conditions haunting millions. peace talks delayed. u-s secretary john kerry tears down rumms amid peace negotiations with syria. endorsements and confidence. two presidential candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard across iowa to lock in a win at next weeks iowa caucuses. 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 some major concerns on this monday -- for the evening commute and so counties in northeast iowa. patchy fog will continue this afternoon. drizzle will also begin to develop, eventually changing to evening. snow will continue into tonight, dropping a dusting up to o inches for most. far northeastern iowa may get a bit more than two inches. winds will also pick up overnight. we'll have highs in the 30s today, followed by lower 20s tonight. clouds stick around tomorrow, which may squeeze out scattered flurries. much of the week is looking more gray than not with intermittent flurry chances and highs in the 20s and 30s.today: patchy fog, mix/snow develop high: 30-36 winds: se 5-15 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33
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lead peace talks on the war in syria on friday in geneva, switzerland. recent claims that no progress will be made in these peace negotiations. he says any statements on complaints from opposition figures being forced into the talks are only "tensions and rumors." be today. but the meeting got delayed because of the opposition. the u-n special envoy to syria made a clear objective for the talks today. " the first priority will be the focus of the talks of what most syrians, if not all, want to hear: the possibility of a broad ceasefire and the possibility of stopping the threat of isil. " he u-n envoy said the talks will also focus on humanitarian aid. invitations for the opposition representatio n will be issued tomorrow. the islamic state group has
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13 paris attacks. the group says in the film that they'll attack britain too. all nine of the extremists attacks andhortly after. with isis such a concern with u.s. voters, that interview with florida senator marco rubio here at the tv-9 studios. late sunday morning, the republican candidate for president met with us for a lengthy interivew. the republican brand were prime topics. from the opening moments of sunday's 12- minute interview with florida senator marco rubio, he stressed multiple times that he is the republican who could defeat former secretary of state hillary clinton in a general elececon. " i'll beat hillary clinton... " yet can senator rubio find a path to get past donald trump or texas senator ted cruz, who have been 1st or 2nd in polling of iowa
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rubio has been a strong third, usually at 12 or 13%. " i give the republican party ththbest chance to unifyfyhis party after the nomination fight is over. we will unify the republican party and we will create new conservatives. we are going to campaign to people that have not heard from the republican party in a long time. " border security has become a critical issue for this election cycle. the senator talked about a firm stance on who gets into the u.s...and who does not. " the first thing i would say is now, immigration, the number 1 iue, first and oremost, is keeping isis out of america. whei'm president, if we do not know who you are or why you're coming, you'rr not getting into the united states. number 2 is we have to secure easy found position as i've been pushing for this for most of my time in the senate. the hiring of 20,000 new border agents. completing the 700 miles of walls and fencing. an entry/exit tracking system to prevent visa rare. a republican attacking vermont it's been secretary clinton who has been a rallyimg point amany republican candidate rallies. "the peopop who are out of toucuc here are people like bernie sanders, who is an avowed democrat socialist. he doesn't hide that. i think he should run for president of sweden or some other country with economies he seems to enjoy. we want to be america. it is the democratic party that has gone way off the scale, far to the left,
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openly socialist policies that are, perhaps appropriate for euroo. they don'n' work here. we don't want them here. we want to be america. " in cedar rapids, chris earl, kcrg-tv 9 news. the full version of my 12-minute interview is online at kcrg.com. just like rubio, democratic candidate hillary clinton is trying to take advantage of her des moines register endorsement. she made 3 stops in eastern iowa yesterday. one of them, buford garner elementary school. there, more than 500 supporters packed in to hear the former secretary of state. after in her interview with tvtv , clinton told us how she hopes to improve the economy. 8:33-58 "we want new jobs, and i think the most promising areas are in infrastructure our roads, our bridgege our tunnene, our ports, our rail systems we need to be investing, those are jobs that can't be
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tax codes, so that instead of giving incentives to business to export jobs and factories, they bring them back so they're prepared todo advanced manufacturing." clinton says no&matter the outcome of caucus night, she'll continue pushing hard for support in new hampshire and the rest of the primary states. the east coast struggling to dig out after the blizzard of 2016. historic snowfall left cities and towns buried, and now millions of americans are trying to figure out how t tget to work or school. dozens of people died across a dozen states. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with more on the cleanup. elizabeth hur live intro: it's back to business and sckools here in new yorkity are open today.. but with thehe mounds of snow everywhere.. officials are asking residents to be patient as clean up from this could take some time. pkg script: nats - "snow plow"
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blizzard of 2016.. sot -- mos "i was in complete pavic mode" now digging&out and cleaning up froro the rereord-breaking snow.. that left major cities including philadelphia.. dc and new york city.. paralyzed. sot -- mayor bill de blasio / new york city"a lot of clean up to do and it's still not going to be entirely safe" sot - mayor muriel bowser / washington, dc"we are working very hard today to get dc government open...uh...tomorrow." the monster storm dumping feet of snow.. 28 inches in newark.. 29 in baltimore and in onontown in west virginn.. 42 inches! the storm.. so far being blamed for more than 30 deaths.. including a new jersey mom and her one year old son lost to carbon monoxide poisoning in their car.. blocked by snow.. nats the blinding snow.. also created a travel nightmare at the airports.. sot -- tamara wilson / stranded traveler "i just want to get out of here and go home." and on the highways.. sot -- suzy jensen / commuter "we've been stuck in the truck for 13 and a half hours." for some.. the wait was nearly 30 hours before finally heading home after being stuck on the pennsylvania turnpike.. and thousands of flightss are still canceled orrelayed thiss morning. along the jersey shore.. instead of snow.. residents are dealing with
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streets.. after powerful waves and high tides flooded entire communities. elizabeth hur oncam close: this storm shattered records in many cities..here in new york city.. we came close.. turns out.. we sd breaking the all--imeowfallcord.. by one-tenth ofn ch. eh, abc news, ny. out 200 eastern iowans areback in dubuque after that winter storm left them stranded. family and friends greeted them with signs and hugs as their buses arrived. those iowans are in the dubuque county right to life group. they packed 5 buses and traveled to the march for life march in washington d-c. their convoy got stuck on 8-20 friday night, for about 24 hours. spirits. "everybody was just singing, no moping, nobody being upset. everybody was just happy where they were and they were just making the best of being stuck together. " iowans on thehe way home from the march in d-c - held an impromptu mass while
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a busy few days is ahead for orchestra iowa -- with performances in coralville and in downtown cedar rapids this weekend. we'll meet up with music director tim hankewich meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts
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patchy fog will continue this
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some patchy drizzle a a freezing drizzzz will also begin to develop, eventually changing to snow late this afternoon and evening. snow will continue into tonight, dropping a dusting up to two inches for most. far northeastern iowa may get a bit more than two inches. winds will also pick up overerght. we'll have highghin the 30s totoy, followed by lower 20s tonight. clouds stick around tomorrow, which may squeeze out scattered flurrii. much of the week is looking more gray than not with intermittent flurry chances and highs in the 20s and 30s.today: patchy fog, mix/snow develop high: 30-36 winds: se 5-15 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: snow likely
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winds: nw 15-25 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 22tomorrow: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow night: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nr 5-15 alo: 18 dbq: 18 iow: 18wednesday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 18 thursday: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 34 - low: 22 friday: mostly cloudy high: 38 - low: 24 saturday: chance of rain/snow high: 39 - w: 28 sunday: areas of fog/drizzle high: 37 - low:w:8
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we are joined by tim hankewich, music dictor from orchestra iowa... two performances are coming up this weekend, on friday at the e ralville center for the performing arts... and on saturday at the paramounun theatre in cedar rapids. tell me more about "stirring fantasies". what else can people look forward to in the coming weeks? what would you what else can people look forward to in the coming weeks? what would you like to highlight?
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the phrase "screen time" is now a common lament for parents of children... such as "n screen t@me" for you until homework is done. yet the social and physical effects of "screen time" can also be a real concern for children and teens... courtney axline from learning r-x will share
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by courtney axline of learning rx... today's look is at the negative effects of electronics. we are a television medium and i recognize this as we talk about this... but, for children and teenagers, "screen time" can have major negative consequences -- we've coverededhe social aspects... but also physical as well. one note that i find intruging... young people who slept near small screens - phones or tablets - reported 21 fewer minutes of sleep than peers in electronic- free bedrooms. how would you recommend weaning people from these devices...
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---, thanks for being here. for tomorrow, r nutritionist will be here with a focus on "juicing for health"... stay with kcrg-tv 9. coming up tomorrow, stay with
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back to today's top story... right now, iowa legislators are at the state capitol building preparing for an update on medicaid privatization. the senate human resources committee will get a briefing on the process this afternoon. they'll discuss several issues, including whether new provider networks will adequately serve iowans. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. patchy fog will continue this afternoon. some patchy drizzle and freezing drizzle will also begin to develop, eventually changing to snow late this afternoon and evening. snow will continue into tonight, dropping a dusting up to two inches for most. far northeastern iowa may get a bit more than two inches. winds will also pick up overnight. we'll have highs in the 30s today, followed by lower 20s tonight. clouds stick around tomorrow, which may
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much of the week is looking more gray than not with intermittent flurry chances and ighs in the 20s and 30s.today: patchy fog, mix/snow develop high: 30-36 winds: se 5-15 alo: 33 dbq: 32 19-25 22 iow: 22tomorrow: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow night: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 18 dbq: 18 iow: 18wednesday: mostly cloudy high: 27 - low: 18 thursday: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 34 - low: 22 friday: mostly cloudy high: 38 - low: 24 saturday: chance of rain/snow high: 39 - sunday: areas of fog/drizzle high: 37 - low: 28 monday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 -w: 28 that's all the time we have today on the kcrg-tv9 news
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