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party line are still making campaign stops in iowa. andndhey rely on area police to make sure everyone stays safe. police in california are asking for the public's help in a manhunt. three inmates escaped from jail on friday and they could have ties to area gangs. the cedar rapids school board hears concerns from parents on possible changes to the school calendar -- but say it needs more questions answered before making a final decision. and elementary school field trip to the state capitol has fueled our gazette and kcrg student of the month into a lifelong love of politics. we introduce you to abby schulte. you're watching kcrg-tv9. no from your 24 hour news source, is is kcrg-tv9 news s rning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first
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plan on a cloudy day across the area with a few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything and are a sideffect of an overcast sky in winter. plan on temperatures to stay steady in the middle 20s in most areas. wind will generally be in the 15-25mph range, leading to brisk conditions at times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate back well into the 30s by the end of the week. starting this weekend, our weather pattern gets much more active, possibly going well into caucus time. stay tuned!today: cloudy, sct. flurrieseshigh: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27tonight: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 18 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 29 iow:30tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 27 democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will hold two "get out the caucus"
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she will be at hotel winneshiek in decorah, starting at 2:15 this afternoon. clinton will then speak to supporters at the gallagher bluedorn performing arts center in cedar falls. that gets underway at 5:45. with just days left until the caucuses, the democratic presidential candidates are hoping a town hall style event will help them. last night, bernie sandersrs hillary clinton, and martin o'malley spoke to voters at drake university in des moines. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live in the newsroom this morning to highlight some k k points. forrest, clinton was calling herself a proven fighter last night. she said that while answering a question from a sanders supporter, who alleged that younger voters find her dishonest. that's when clinton took the chance to tout her resilience while facing opposition. she went into some detail on the republican attacks she has faced over the years, starting in the 90s when clinton pushed for universal healthcare. the former secretary of state also suggested, while sanders ideas may
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gain traction in thhouse and senate. she touted herself as a leader with experienen, who has weathered many attacks while standing up for her beliefs. " i understand that you get into the arena and you are going to get pummeled and pushed and criticized. i wouldn't be doing it if i didn'think it was absolutely necessary t t try to build on the progress that we made, that we have made under president obama. " last night, clinton continued making connections between herself and president obama. she said they may have started out as opponents, but their relationship had bebeme "a real friendship." clinton and sanders are neck and neck in the most recent polls. the latest american research group poll shows sanders nudging past clinton, 48% to 45%. that's within the 5 point marn of error. live in the newsroom, forrest saunders, kcrg tv-9 news. " when secretary clinton came, we got to talk to her, which was absolutely amazing. we got to go out on stage and introduce her, which
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you might think it's easy to stand out in a senior class of just 17. but everyone in town knows abby schulte - a budding political activist during this caucus season in keota. she's our gazette, kcrg-tv9 student of the month, presented by hills bank and trust. singing keota junior senior high is a small school with big opportunities for 17-year old abby schulte. nats from singing she's a leader ininer show choir - and will give anything a try. "i've pretty much played every sport that's been offered. i alwlws have tried to try everything.g. "she's involved in practically every activity a student can be a part of, she's been a leader for our community." nats of her singing solo making
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heard comes naturally to abby. she is student body president and has a passion for politics, which led to a plea for keota. "with the iowa cacaus coming up and the candidates traveling to iowa so often, why don't we try to invite candidates to our tiny little school and see what happens. " please welcome keota high school students abby schulte, kylea tinnes, megan adam and hillary clinton. in december, hillary clinton answered abby's letter, and agreed to visit. t was definately the best day of my life. it was a dream come true." and of all the candidates who made the trip to keota, clinton is her favorite. "i definately see a lot of her determination in me and dedeinately, seeing her beable to do what she does definately inspires me a lot." on caucus night, she'll be one of the youngest precinct captains in iowa. " i've been some knocking doors in keota and some phone banking and i've just fallen in love with it, i love it."
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singing and dancing, she's found her groove in this presidential race - with no opportunity out of reach. that's important for abby, who someday, wants to run for office herself. "i think that she has demonstrated to her classmates and the community at large that a person that has a goal, is willing to sacrafice a little bit of extra time is going to be able totocommplish something that's truly phenominal." republican rick santorum and democrat martin o'malley also visited keota. abby says this has been a great educational opportunity for her and her classmates to learn more about the candidatesesnd the election. if you know a student who excels in the classroom, the arts and the community, head to kcrg dot com slash student of the month. we will announce three finalists for february on the first tuesday of the month. the cedar rapids school board
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vote for a proposed school calendar. after 2 hours of discussion last night, memrs voted to table the decision as they look into areas of f concerns. the proposed calendar includes a late start time for students every monday. the district says that frequent professional development time for teachers creates better results for students in the classroom. some parents, teachers and others shared their concerns with the board. a few spoke in favor, but most spoke against the plans. "3:53:1515 think this would bebe extremely disruptiveveo the school day every week. i know as a para when we've had late starts the kids don't get into the grove until much later in the day." superintendent brad buck says it's difficult to come to a solution that meets everyone's needs. a group of parents, teachers, d district staff members worked together for months to deteteine potential calendar changes and they faced many questions. " 4:25:10 one of the things i hear people say is why don't we have teachers do this in the summer? one day of additional
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staff time in the summereris aboot a $400,000 expenditure. " the board says it wants to know more about the plan before e ving forward. that includes details about what students would do while teachers have professional development time and details on the busing arrangements. a bill that increases funding for k-12 public schools by two 2%2%s now on its ww to the democratic-majority senate in des moines. the republican- controlled house passed it yesterday. democratic lawmakers have said the proposed increase is not enough. the issue is expected to go back and forth between chambers before it heads to special legislative meetings. iowa senator chuck grassley will hold a judiciary committee hearing today concerning mental health issues in the criminal justice system. grassley chairs that committee. they will discuss a bill that would provide more programs. the mental health and safe act wouou also set up a progrgr to sese more offenders to drug or mental health courts when
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in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. the head of medicaid in iowa says she's confident the state's privatized program will be ready by march first. mikki stier of the iowa department of human services told lawmakers about improvements the ste is making to the managed care program yesterday.y. she said about 45 percent of medicaid service providers have signed up with all three of the private companies that will oversee the program. she also said the prigram has provided more information to patatnts since the e iginal january first deadline. new numbers out this morning show the number of amazon prime memberships is rapidly rising. and a new study shows that you may not be as popular as facebook may have you believe. tht's ahead in tech bys.
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few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything and are a side effect of an overcast sky in winter. plan on temperatures to stay steady in the middle 20s in most areas. wind will generally be in the 15-25mph range, leading to brisk conditions at times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate back well into the 30s by the end of the week. starting this
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gets much more active, possibly going well into caucus time. stay tuned! today: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27tonight: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 18 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 nds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 29 ii: 30tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26
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for the second time in less than a year, a sophisticated escape from behind bars is making headlines. the daring prison break in new york over the summer revealed a detailed, complited plot. and the one that took place in alifornia on friday has investigators scratching their heads. reid binion reports. "we are in a position when we absolutely need the public's help.orange county sheriff jeff hallock laang out the urgency of a manhunt underway in california... ...after three inmates broke out of the the orange county central men's jail friday. "these three are extremely dangerous felolo and need to be apprehended and brought into custody immediately."two of the men are facing charges of
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to have ties to vietntnese gangs. and a thirir already convicted of murder, now charged with kidnapping and torture officials say the inmates first cut through a quarter-inch metal plate... ...then squeezed through cramped, unsecured plumbing tunne to the roof... ...then using bed sheets and towels to repel some 50 feet to the ground. "they're in a pod in the orange county jail. there's constantly laundry call. it's really easy to accumulate bed sheets, pillow cases and such."the inmates cleared 3 security checkpoints undetected, emerging to freedom from the hulking concrete facility. "several other security breaches occurred. we are talking about breehing in ome cases significant amount of steel, bar and metal."officials say it's not clear if the inmates had help.... ...but they believe a fight that broke out friday night may have been staged to delay discovery of their escape. i'm reid binion, reporting a woman who was a human trafficking victim is sharing her experience. she and area law enforcement agencies are hoping to end human trafficking in iowa. and here's a look at on our
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kaj will be back right after the break with a
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meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now with your first alert forecast.
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area with a few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything ananare a side effect ofofn overcast sky in winter. plan on temperatures to stay steady in the middle 20s in most areas. wind will generally be in the 15-25mph range, leading to brisk conditions at times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate the 30s by the end of the week. starting this weekend, our weather pattern gets much more active, possibly stay tuned! today: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 25 iow: 27tonighgh cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 iow: 30tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 al 25 dbq: 26 iow: 27
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both hawkeye and cyclone basketball fans are celebrating this morning. iowa moved up in the rankings, and iowa state beat a highly ranked team last
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more on that coming up. stay
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good tuesday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. take it easy on your way into work this morning. it's january 26th and this is what you need to know today. 20-16 democratic presidential candidates make a final plea to iowa voters in a town hall with less than a week left until caucuses. several candidates from both sides of the party line are still making campaign stops in iowa. and they rely on area police to make sure everyone stays safe. police in california are asking for the public's help in a manhunt. three inmatess escaped from jail on friday. the cedar rapids school board
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from parents on possible changes to the school calendar. and an elementary school field trip to the stateteapitol has fueled our gazette and kcrg student of the month into a lifelong love of politics. we introduce you to abby schulte. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a cloudy dadaacross the area a th a few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything and are a side effect of an overcast sky in winter. plan on temperatures to stay steady in the middle s in most areas. wind will gegerally be
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times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate back well into the 30s by the end of the week. starting this weekend, our weather pattern gets much mmre active, possibly going well into caucus time. stay tuned!today: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27tonight: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 18 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: s 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 29 iow: 30tomorrow night: scattered flrries low: 21-1-7 winds: w 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 27 for the first time since he announced his candidacy for president, donald trump is in johnson county today. his evevt at the university y iowa today will likely draw a lot supporters and protestors, which means u-i police will be on high alert. authorities are expecting protesters both inside and outside the fieldhouse on campus where trump will speak tonight. police say they won't stop protesters unless they become a threat to public safety. earlier this month, university police sent officers and bomb sniffing ogs to cedar falls to help with a campaign stop there. at this point,
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"i think we can honestly say we can't wait until the caucuses are here and over to give us some normalcy back, besides these political events we have a lot of stuff happening on campus, we've got basketball games, we've got a top ten basketball team that's doing very well and all these other events. " several more candidates are expected to make appearances at the university of iowa before caucus night. trump's event tonight at the fieldhouse starts at 7:30. senator ted cruz is reinforcing his message in campaign ads to iowans. the texas senator spoke to more than 100 people yesterday at heartland acres in independence. he told voters that if he becomes president he will repeal, what he called, the president's illegal executive actions. " 1:22-1:40 i'm convinced the greatest legacy of barack obama is gonna be a new generation of leaders in the republican party who actually stand fofofreedom, who stand for the constitution, who stand for the judeo-christian values that built this nation " presidential candidate carly
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stopping in eastern iowa. the former ceo of helwett- packard is going to be in iowa city at 11 this morning. fiorina will be speaking at the university club. she will also make visits to colfax, mount pleasant, and keokuk today. the democratic presidential candidates are hoping their alone time on stage will help them in next week's caucuses. last night martin o'malley, hillary clinton, and bernie sanders talked to voters in a town hall at drake university in des moines. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders joins us live at the desk this morning to highlight some of the key momomts. forrest, sanders s s on the attack last night? his aim was clinton. that's something we haven't seen a whole lot of poll numbers have gotten tighter and tighter. in last night's event, sanders went after what clinton sees as one of her biggest strengths, experience. he said, quote: experience is important, but it's not the only thing. sandnds alluded to former vp dick cheney while
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that's a comment obama repeatedly hit clinton with in the 2008 primary. sanders also went after the former secretary of state on free trade, social security, gun control and her delay in opposing the keystone pipeline. sanders was on the defense himself, explaining how he'd pay for his $14 trillion universal healthcare plan. " we will raise taxes. yes we will. we may raise taxes, but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for business " sanders also took time to promote his 100% pr choice vototg record. he said the country should expand funding for planned parenthood. the latest american research group poll shows sanders nudging past clinton, 48% to 45%. that's within the 5 point margin of error. it will be interesting to see who comes out on
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yeah, thanks a lot forrest. stay with kcrg-tv9, as results come in on caucus night. we'll have live coverage from des moines and across eastern iowa, starting at 8 o'clock on kcrg 9-point-2. and we'll have a complete wrap of the caucuses on the kcrg-tv9 news at 10. an inmate who was in jail for theft inininn county has died. 59-year-old mark olsen died on sunday at the mount pleasant correctional facility. authorities say he was found unresponsive on the bathroom floor. they believe olsen died from natural causes - security didn't find any signs of fowl play. olsen was serving a 10 year sentence for first degree theft out wf linn county since julof 2014. one victim m human trafficking is sharing her experience to help stop it in iowa. the u-s attorney's office with the iowa department of transportatio n, the marion police department, and others to do so. last year, the u-s attorney's
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drivers in evansdale to help them identify the warning signs of human trafficking. officers passed out wallet cards and decals with a hotline number. theyey also asked truck drivers to report any suspicions they had of underage people being forced into sex work. christi, who did not want to share her last name, spent 2 years far away f fm home. she had plenty of run-ins with law enforcement, but they labeled her as a prostitute and drug addict. later, a police officer did ask the right questions and saved her life. christi sayayvictims can be hardd to see, but someone with no identification, poor health, and evidence of physical abuse could be strong signs. "if your gut tells you that something is wrong in a situation involving a manr woman you see, yes call the police, you could save someone's life." iowa law enforcement agencies are working to keep educating officers on how to spot a victim. law enforcement asks if you think you might know of a victim call the national human trafficking resource center hotline at 1-
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that number is also listed with this story on kcrg.com. low income families in dubuque will soon have access to a program that helps them better manage money. dubuque is one of eight cities across the country chosen for the financial inclusion program. a grant from the national league of cities organization will help connect low income families with financial experts from banks and credit unions. organizers say young people raised in poverty often don't learn how to manage a checking account. they say if more people know how to better manage their money, fewer people will depend on government and social services. just a few months ago, fans were buzzing about the hawkeyes' top-10 ranking in football. now, it's men's basketball. fran mccaffery's'squad is now anked number three in the latest a-p top 25 poll. only behind oklahoma and north carolina. this is the hawkeyes highest ranking since
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perfect conference record after wins over rutgers and purdue. not to be outdone, the iowa state cyclones felt that hilton magic last night in a big conference win over the kansas jayhawks. the jayhawks are just behind the hawkeyes at number four in that a-p poll. k-u controlled the game until halftime. then, the cyclones came out hot and let the three-pointers fly in the second half. final score -- 85 to 72. the cyclones are 14 in the a-p poll but will likely move up with this big n. a des moines woman is alive this morning thanan to some dirty dishes. a city bus crashed through her living room just minutes after she moved from her sofa. up next... this morning's wwther wise question.. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up right after the break.
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fist alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now. plan on a cloudy day across the
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few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything and are a side effect of an overcast sky in winter. planann temperatures to stst steady in the middle 20s in most areas. wind will generally be in the 15-25mph range, leading to brisk conditions at times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate back well into
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starting this weekend, our weather pattern gets much more active, possibly going well into caucus time. stay tuned!today: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27tonight: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 18 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 29 iow: 30tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 alo: 25 dbq: 26
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a country music star has signed
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performance at the iowa state fair. and fairgoers will pay different prices for performances depending on where u sit. moreren that coming up. stay with us here on
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despite recent endorsements and criticisms,
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race for the just days away from the iowa caucus, donald trump and ted cruz lead the pack. a qunnipiac poll just into our newsroom and senator ted iowa with cruz at 29. that's with a 3 point 8 percent margin of error. senator marco rubio is in third with 13 percent. these results practically haven'n'changed since the lala poll which was before sarah palin endorsed trump and governor branstad criticized cruz. with less than a week until the caucuses, some people may be confnfed on how the actual process works. yesterday, voters went to cornell college to learn about the process. first, you must be registered with a party, but you can register on caucus night. also, come early, doors should open at 7. site organizers will help you check in using your namand address. if you're unsure of what happens after that,
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nothing to worry about. "for the most part it's very simple, it doesn't require a whole lot of time and effort, and that it's important to the democratic process that they participate." " the republican party uses a secret ballot to choose a candidate. democrats divide up into presidential preference groups to determine delegates. a des moines women is alive this morning all thanks to her dirty dishes. seconds after walking into the kitchen, a bus crashed into janet brown's living room. it happened north of park fair mall about 5:30 last night. one passenger on the bus says the driver had a medical issue and lost control. the driver and another passenger went to the hospital after a passerby tore the doors off the bus and helped them escape. brown says the crash nearly destroyed her house. "i was just sitting g the living room and got up to o into the kitchen to do my dishes and the whole house just shook, everything just started falling
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in addition to losing her home, brown is most worried about her 6 cats who disappeared when the bus hit. the des moines police department and des moines area regional transit authority are investigating the crash. law enforcement and gun dealers say they're seeing more people buying guns and applying for carry permits in iowow the national instant criminal background check system says iowa had more than 25 thousand firearm background checks in december. that's the highest number of any month last year. sheriff offices say they're also seeing people coming in to renew their five-year carry permits. a state law went into effect in 2011 that let people apply for those five-year permits. so anyone ho applied at that time must now renew their permit. the iowa state fair has announced the first grandstand act - dierks bentley. the country singer is famous for songs like "what was i thinking?" and "drunk on a plane." he will perform monday, august 15th at 8 p-m. new this year, ticket prices will vary depending on location of seats in the grandstand. the iowa state fair
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now here's our morning mugshot on your tuesday. it's time to break out your mardi gras beads and join variety -- the children's charity for the 27th annual spirits of spring. it's february 4th from six to nine at the cedar rapids marriott. there will be more than 20 wine, beer and spirits vendors with more than two hundred samples. enjoy new orleans style hors d'ourves, games, live mumuic and a silent auction. you can buy tickets online at variety iowa dot com or at any cedar rapids or marion hy-vee store. tickets are 30 dollars each or o for 50. if you havava non-profifi event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com. " " here's what you need to know as
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here's what you need to know as you head out the door on your tuesday. 20-16 republicc presidential front-runner donald trump will be in eastern iowa today. he will hold a rally at the field house on the university of iowa campus at 7:30. hillary clinton will reach out to eastern iowa voters today. she will be at hotel winneshiek in decorah at 2:15 then, she will visit the gallagher bluedorn performing arts center in cedar falls at 5:45. and the university of i ia hawkeyes men's basketball team is now ranked number three in the nation in the latest a-p top 25 poll. and the iowa state cyclones had a big win conference win last night over rival kansas 85 to 72. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj...
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few scattered flurries left behind. if you experience any flurries today, they won't amount to anything and are a side effect of an overcast sky in winter. plan on temperatures to stay steady in the middle 20s in most areas. wind will generally be in the 15-25mph range, leading to brisk conditions at times. looking ahead, we have several very weak disturbances coming up this week, but none that will produce any accumulating snow in our area. temperatures should moderate back well into the 30s by the end of the week. tarting this weekend, our weather pattern gets much more active, possibly going well into caucus titi. stay tuned! today: cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27tonight: cloudy, sct flurries low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 18 iow: 20tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 29 iow: 30tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 we certainly hope your is off to a good start. good morning america is next. and we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. alalo make sure to join us at
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tv9 news at midday. ha good morning, america. six days to iowa. a furious fight to the finish. >> they throw all this stuff at me and i'm still standing. >> democratic candidates make their closing arguments on health care and taxes to a packed town hall. while republican front-runner donaldrump zeros in on clokest rival ted cruz. >> my y w battle is with a gentleman named ted cruz, the canadian. >> as he faces a barrage of new
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