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temperatures won't move much, staying in the middle 20s. we'll also have a northwest wind of 15 to 25 mph to contend with, which may cause patchy blowing snow in open areas. skies remain mostly cloudy tonight into tomorrow. while a few peeks of sun are possible tomorrow morning, they won't last. we'll have highs in the upper 20s. another round of flurries comes through tomorrow night into thursday. temperatures warm into the 30s thursday into the weekend. some light rain, snow, drizzle, and fog are a potential this weeke. a more notable system will bring a higher chance of rain and snow on tuesday.today : cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 six days from now, iowans will get together to decide who they want as their nominee in november. recent pls show a 2- person race for both republicans and democrats going into february first.
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pennsylvania senator and republican presidential candidate rick santorum sat down with us for an interview in the kcrg-tv 9 studios. just yesterday, the winner of the 2012 iowa caucuses wrote on facebook that quote "i can't stand the media. from the start of this campaign, they've decided that we're not worthy of them." this was from a usa today article that suggested santorum would drop out already. he's yet to re-capture his momentum from four years ago. yet he's trying to find a place in the race... through manufacturin g. "santorum: i believe it's the only way for republicans to really ascend and win the presidency. we are not talking to the vast majority of americans that feels like neither political party cares about them. i always talk about the 74% of americans age 25 or older who do not have a college degree. i believe the key to doing that is bringing back the manufacturing base here and i believe we have an opportunity here now that china is in a downturn to take advantage of that." the former senator also acknowledged that campaign funding is hard to gain outside of the top few candidates. our full
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senator santorum is online at kcrg.com. for the first time since he announced his candidacy for president, donald trump is in johnson county today. he's scheduled to speak at the university of iowa field house at 7:30. trump is currently in a very tight race for republican caucus goers in iowa. a new quinnipiac university poll released this morning shows him with a 2-lead over texas senator ted cruz. at 3rd place with 13% support, florida senator marco rubio is the only other republican candidate in double digits. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will hold two "get out the caucus" events in eastern iowa today. 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.
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all of y yr iowa caucus results. we'll have live coverage from des moines and across eastern iowa, starting at 8 pm and until 9 pm on kcrg 9.2. and we'll have full coverage starting at 9 on the kcrg-tv9 -- through the tv-9 news at 10 on monday night. a des moines woman says cleaning her dirty dishes may have saved her life. 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 in the living room and got up to go into the kitchen to do my dishes and the whole house just shook,
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out " brown says she's also wrried about her 6 cats who disappeared when this bus hit her home. the des moines police department and des moines area regional transit authority are investigating the crash. a texas home is a total loss after a semi ran into it. the 18-wheeler burst into flames after crashing into this home yesterday in "west central texas". local authorities say the semi's driver fell asleep at the wheel, causing the truck to go off the road. the homeowner says the fact that his family got out safely is all that matters. "i wanted to get my family out of that house, that's all i wanted and that's all i got, is my family. we didn't get anything else, we didn't save anything. " morris says he and his family had been in that home for more than 40 years. he plans to rebuild his house on the same location. plastic water bottles are becoming a common sight in the city of flint michigan. water has been contaminated with lead in that city for more than a year.
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in recent weeks. janay young says she's concerned that the thousands of plastic bottles are causing another environmental issue in the city. flint doesn't offer curb- side recycling, so she's organizing an effort to keep the plastic out of the trash. "we're going to pass out and give each citizens of flint a plastic bag whenever they need it and have them bag up bottles and put them to the curb. " young says volunteers will go around the city once a week to collect and recycle the bottles. walmart ts donating bottles to flint to deal with the water crisis. together with coke, pepsi and nestle, walmart will ship more than 6 million bottles of water to the city. that's more than 150 semi loads heading to flint. walmart says the donation will help meet the needs of 10,000 children through the end of the school year. some neighborhood s in washington d-c are still "dealing with" this past weekend's snowstorm. several feet of snow fell
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friday and saturday. today federal offices in d-c are closed for the 2nd day in a row. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest. in baltimore overnight.. unplowed streets made it impossible for fire trucks to reach this house going up in flames.. forcing crews to drag equipment down the street.. "plow truck being towed"in new york.. this plow truck was no match for the near- record snowfall.. reaching its breaking point.. just two days after the blizzard blasted the east coast. the nation's capital.. still partially paralyzed.. with growing frustraraon in the surrounding suburbs.. homeowners upset their streets haven't been cleared since friday. mos: "plan a went down the drain and they did not have a plan b." crews in d-c are back at work today.. plowing 44- hundred miles of roadway.. the national park service.. clearing 300 more miles and 155 more bridges. metro lines are for the most part.. back on track.. thanks to this special rail yard plow.. but there is limited service for bus-riders with many of the city's buses ststl snowed in.. mos: "it's getting old real quick ." in new york.. the long island railroad used a jet engine to clear its
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snow.. new york city is generally up and running.. with some commuters even singing praises. jose ramos, taking his sons to school: "not delays at all. very nice ride." kay brathwait, commuter:"it was pretty good. the train was about five minutes delayed, but that was about it." elizabeth on cam tag: so while the digout continues.. officials are urging residents to use caution.. because of those storm-related deaths.. we are told at least a dozen people died from shoveling. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. 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
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lawmakers about improvements the state is making to the managed care program yesterday. 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 program has provided more information to patients since the original january first deadline. the recent snow and bitter cold can have an effect on your emotions. we'll have tips to avoid some of the winter blues, coming up in today's health minute. meteorologist justin gehrts
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temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. scattered flurries will continue into the afternoon alongside a gray, overcast sky. temperatures won't move much, staying in the
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have a northwest wind of 15 to 25 mph to contend with, which may cause patchy blowing snow in open areas. skies remain mostly cloudy tonight into tomorrow. while a few peeks of sun are possible tomorrow morning, they won't last. we'll have highs in the upper 20s. another round of flurries comes through tomorrow night into thursday. temperatures warm into the 30s thursday into the weekend. some light rain, snow, drizzle, and fog are a potential this weekend. a more notable system will bring a higher chance of rain and snow on tuesday.today : cloudy, sct. flurries
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alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 17 iow: 19 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 30 tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 alo: 23 dbq: 23 iow: 26 thursday: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 32 - low: 24 friday: mostly cloudy high: 39 - low: 24 saturday: areas of fog,
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sunday: chance of light rain/snow high: 37 - low: 28 monday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 - low: 26 tuesday: rain/snow likely high: 33 - low: 29 thanks justin. with the recent winter weather in iowa, a lot of
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the cold. health officials say staying inside during the winter months can have a negative effect on our emotions. holly firfer has more in today's health minute. even if you love the cold and outdoor winter sports, you've got to admit this has been a tough season. not only is it brisk outside, but shorter days and longer nights can bring on the blues. it's estimated at least 12 million americans suffer from a type of depression called seasonal affective disorder or sad. doctors say in severe cases people with sad become depressed. many patients claim they just can't function. that's because the brain goes through a chemical imbalance due to a lack of sunlight, which can lead to a number of symptoms... such as fatigue, lack of energy, oversleeping, difficulty concentratin g and cravings for foods high in carbohydrate s that can cause weight gain. there are ways sad can be treated. modify your diet and exercise more. there are specially designed light boxes that are used to treat those with sad and if the problem becomes serious, some doctors will recommend anti- depressants or psychotherapy to help patients get through the dark days of winter. and be with family. laughter and togetherness are great therapy for the winter blues. it's a
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outside are frigid for today's health minute, i'm holly firfer. iowa egg farmers are finally starting to rebound from the bird flu outbreak. in today's agribusiness report, a look at the numbers and how the entire bird market compares to years past. that's next on tv9. stay with us.
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agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. ---- iowa layers look to be finally on the road to recovery from bird flu last year..
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national agriculture statistics service reports... after about five months of the stagnating populations.. the average number of layers on hand in december 20-15 was almost 38 million.. up six percent from the previous month.. and from the low of 34 million after the bird flu epidemic. before avian influenza hit iowa flocks.. there were about 60 million hens in the state. iowa eggs produced also jumped up.. to about eight hundred 12 million.. but it still has a way to go.. 2014 produced one point four billion eggs.. on the flip side of chicken.. the kind you eat.. called broilers.. is now the most available and possibly consumed meat in the u-s.. overtaking beef. according to the u-s-d-a every year.. there are 57 point seven pounds of chicken per person on a boneless.. edible basis.. compared to 43 pounds of pork per person. in 1996.. chicken overtook pork as the second most consumed meat.... beef on the other hand has fallen in availability in
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peaked at nearly 90 pounds per person... now it's 53 pounds of beef per person in the early 1900s chicken availability was closer to 10 pounds a person a year.. in the 40s.. breeding.. mass production.. and processing made chicken more convenient for eating out and eating in.. ---- last week the cattle market had a positive trade in the north and south.. until the cattle on feed report friday.. the grain market also made a solid close.. but that didn't quite held up at the same levels yesterday.. "we did run into some tough resistance here right at these levels on corn and soybeans. weather in south america continues to improve. although it's on the radar watch.." "harvest is continuing to gain momentum. but i think it's really the lack of selling by the producer that's allowing the market to bubble up. the funds not nearly as short on soybeans as the trade thought but we do expect that we're going to see a pick up in producer selling around the world as we
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and the corn right now is not competitive in the world market so we're probably anchored with that belief." "the futures market after the cattle on feed report, which was slightly negative on friday. and the cold storage report, which was more neutral the market is anchored at some resistance on the beef market an believe the cash cattle market this week trades no better than steady." "hog market continues to the futures market running ahead of the cash market. the future's market upside is limited until the cash can find some better strength. our demand over the last month was pretty solid. seasonally, the market is weak right at this time frame, but we're at some risk management areas at these levels." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw 270 head of sheep. feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $2.44 per pound, while fed lambs averaged $1.41 per pound. the 60 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging
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per head. ---- and that's all we have for the show today.. thanks for joining.. i'll catch you again tomorrow. ---- 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 3.27 oc webtease a student from a small town in iowa says she has big dreams. after the break, we'll introduce you to january's student of the month, who's making sure her voice is heard. stay with us. you might think it's easy to
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class of just 17. but everyone in town knows abby schulte. she's been 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. kcrg-tv9's nicole agee reports. 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 in her show choir - and will give anything a try. "i've pretty much played every sport that's been offered. i always have tried to try everything." "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 caucus 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. "it 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 definately, 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." singing - reaching though she loves sports,
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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 to acommplish something that's truly phenominal." nicole agee with that report. 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 candidates and the election. if you know a student that 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
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the kcrg-tv9 morning news. the cedar rapids school district is still undecided on a calendar for next school year. a potential start-time change for mondays is getting a lot of reaction from local parents. and heavy snow is still a problem in the northeast united states. days after several feet fell, it's destroying buildings near the nation's capital. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. the race for the republican
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iowa still shows 2 at the top. a new quinnipiac poll says donald trump and senator ted cruz are in a statistical tie, now 6 days out from february 1st. democratic candidates came together to
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moines. and state lawmakers are moving forward with education funding. but the budget increase could face a major roadblock branstad. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. some significant snowfall made for a difficult commute across eastern iowa. justin, are we expecting more flurries this afternoon? scattered flurries will continue into the afternoon alongside a gray, overcast sky. temperatures won't move much, staying in the middle 20s. we'll also have a northwest wind of 15 to 25 mph to contend with, which may cause patchy blowing snow in open areas. skies remain mostly cloudy tonight into tomorrow. while a few peeks of
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tomorrow morning, they won't last. we'll have highs in the upper 20s. another round of flurries comes through tomorrow night into thursday. temperatures warm into the 30s thursday into the weekend. some light rain, snow, drizzle, and fog are a potential this weekend. a more notable system will bring a higher chance of rain and snow on tuesday.today : cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 we're now less than a week away from the iowa caucuses. presidential candidates from both parties have been criss-crossing the state - and here in eastern iowa - in recent weeks...and days...as time gets tight. according to a new quinnipiac university poll released this morning, the republican side is "down to 2 candidates" battling for first place going into monday. donald trump has 31% support while texas senator ted cruz is right behind him at
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senator macro rubio is the only other republican with double-digit support at 13%. senator rubio is trying to gain some last-minute support with several stops in iowa today. this morning he spoke to voters in pella. today he took on social issues, calling it unacceptable that young people who are african- american are more likely to go to jail than go to college. " our countries are being deprived of their potential, of what they could be doing on behalf of themselves and america because of these factors that have existed in their lives. we have to address all of but ultimately society has to step turn this around. " in oskaloosa this morning and will be in marshalltown this afternoon. for the first time since he
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president, donald trump is in johnson county today. his event at the university of iowa today will likely draw a lot supporters and protestors, which means u-i police will have a "thick presence". ui public safety leaders 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 dogs to cedar falls to help with a campaign stop there. at this point, everyone's just looking forward to next week. "i think we can honestly say we can't wait until the caucuses are here and over to give us 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
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tonight at the fieldhouse starts at 7:30. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will hold two "get out the caucus" events in eastern iowa today. 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. clinton is currently in a tight race with vermont senator bernie sanders ahead of monday's caucuses. they were both at a democratic forum last night in des moines. sanders went after clinton on topics like 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
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insurance premiums for individuals and for business " sanders also took time to promote his 100% pro- choice voting record. he said the country should expand funding for planned parenthood. new at midday... law enforcement officers in the tri-states are investigating after a police chase that started in galena illinois. dubuque police say a woman drove off after galena police tried to stop her in a walmart parking lot this morning. she later crossed the river and pulled into a driveway on grandview avenue in dubuque. dubuque police arrested the woman on many outstanding warrants. officers took her to mercy medical center in dubuque. authorities have not released the woman's name at this point in time. officers from the dubuque county drug task force were also at the arrest scene. a former iowa band teacher pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl. 32-year-old benjamin thompson entered the plea on monday. he was charged with 3 counts of sexual abuse of the
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thompson was the band teacher at pella high school. prosecutors say he had a sexual relationship with the charles city girl in may and july of 20-11. march 28th. thompson also pleaded not guilty to 3 counts of sexual exploitation by a school a hearing on those charges is set for april 5th. two men are in the dubuque county jail this morning for breaking into someone's home. office responded to a house near the intersection of asbury and 5 point lane road near graf. that was about 11:15 yesterday morning. police say 22 year old logan ball was inside and taking items from the house when the homeowner confronted him. the two fought, but ball got away and ran to a car that 22 year old andrew hochberger was driving. the homeowner gave a vehicle description and law enforcement was able to pick them up. both are in the dubuque county jail on 1st degree burglary charges. the dubuque humane society says it's making plenty of progress when it comes to saving
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the humane society says it saved a record 89% of of its animals in 20-15. that's up 28% from 20-14. early last year, several people contacted t- v9 taking issue with the amount of cats the humane society was euthanizing. in 2014, the organization put down about half of the 2,000 cats it brought in. the a-s-p-c-a says the average put-down rate across the country is about 41%. the cedar rapids school board put the brakes on a vote for a proposed school calendar. after 2 hours of discussion last night, members voted to table the decision as they look into areas of 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. "3:53:15 i think this would be extremely disruptive to the school day every week. i know as
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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, and district staff members worked together for months to determine 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 time for our staff, one day of staff time in the summer is about a $400,000 expenditure. " the board says it wants to know more about the plan before moving 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% is now on its way to the democratic-majority senate in
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passed it yesterday. democratic lawmakers have said the proposed increase is not enough. and forth between chambers before it heads to special legislative meetings. heavy snowfall continues to be a major headache for people along the east coast. several feet fell last friday and saturday near washington d-c. snow collapsed the roof of this church in silver spring maryland just yesterday. that's a city just north of washington d-c. no one was injured when the building collapsed. this was one of several buildings that collapsed in that region since saturday's blizzard. a west virginia doctor is getting creative to deal with the snow. he's been commuting to work on his tractor since the snowfall. he took his john deere through about 3 feet of snow yesterday. he even picked up a few of his co-workers along the way. "we're wired to do this stuff, to do disaster medicine, so whether it's on a railroad, on i-81, or the weather, that's kind of what we do best." the 13-mile commute normally
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minutes. but with so much snow on the ground, he says the drive took almost an hour. more voices emerge on oscar nominations -- and a lack of diversity... and as more and more documentaries seem to take and as more and more documentaries seem to take a public focus, some at sundance film festival this year deal with gun violence in our nation. we'll have that in the showbiz wrap. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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scattered flurries will continue into the afternoon alongside a gray, overcast sky. temperatures won't move much, staying in the middle 20s. we'll also have a northwest wind of 15 to 25 mph to contend with, which may cause patchy blowing snow in open areas. skies remain mostly cloudy tonight into tomorrow. while a few peeks of sun are possible tomorrow morning, they won't last. we'll have highs in the upper 20s. another round of flurries comes through tomorrow
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30s thursday into the weekend. some light rain, snow, drizzle, and fog are a potential this weekend. a more notable system will bring a higher chance of rain and snow on tuesday.today : cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 16 dbq: 17 iow: 19 tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 30 tomorrow night: scattered flurries low: 21-27 winds: w 5-15 alo:
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thursday: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 32 - low: 24 friday: mostly cloudy high: 39 - low: 24 saturday: areas of fog, drizzle high: 39 - low: 28 sunday: chance of light rain/snow high: 37 - low: 28 monday: chance of rain/snow high: 36 - low: 26 tuesday: rain/snow likely high: 33 - low: 29
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documentaries at sundance this year on the issue of gun violence in the u-s. plus more talk on the oscars...and diversity. abc's jason nathanson has today's showbiz wrap. the debate over guns is a hot topic at the snowy sundance film festival - several documentarie s on the issue debuting, including one narrated by katie couric, who talked about
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with director stephanie soechtig for under the gun8. soundbite katie couric, executive producer/journalist - on why she wanted to make the documentary:" i couldn't understand the disconnect between popular opinion wanting to do something about gun violence in this country and yet the inability of congress to get anything done. so, i said to stephanie, 'i don't understand this and if i don't understand it i think probably there are a lot of other people who don't.' so, i said, 'why don't we try and explain it, because i want to know,' and that's why we created this film." 3 other films at sundance examine mass shootings, including one focusing on sandy hook elementary school and another on the movie theater massacre in aurora, colorado. ap-aptn-1300: us sundance diversity also at sundance, people are talking about the oscars and diversity. singer john legend won an oscar last year for the song glory in selma, and he says he thinks recent changes made by the academy will be helpful 2. soundbite john legend, recording artist - on whether he believes the academy's changes will make a difference:"it will take some time to take effect and meanwhile we still have to keep making content and making content that features a diverse cast and a diverse people behind the - and behind the camera as well, and so that's on all of us as creators and as people who are producing things and green
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rock hosting the oscars, he's smacking down some comments made by one of the show's producers over the weekend. reggie hudlin had told entertainment tonight that because of the diversity controversy, rock was throwing out the show he wrote and writing a new show. in a statement to abc from rock's publicist, she says neither hudlin nor anyone else speaks for rock, and he has not made decisions about the content of the show. all will be revealed february 28th. and that's what's happening in hollywood, i'm jason nathansonabc news, los angeles. le is a common "word" now in ocery ores for its health nefits... yet we'll also take a deep look at "juicing for health" ... and the benefits that come from juicing. our nutrition expert will guide us through it all. we're joined today by our
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we're joined today by our nutrition expert - hy- vee's alicia aguiar... with a look at "juicing for health". i've done this before at various stages... are we seeing this as a more common trend from some of the people you talk with? what is the most effective way
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alicia, thanks for being here. tomorrow is wednesday so we will welcome your questions on pets...as dr. allen berger will be our veternarity expert for wednesday... stay with
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the navy medical center reported an active shooter situation this moring. the medical center urged everyone inside the building to quote 'run, hide or fight.' the building where the shooting was reported houses office and barracks for founded sailors and marines. authorities say at least three shots were fired. another developing story this midday.... law enforcement officers in the tri-states are investigating after a police chase that started in galena illinois. dubuque police say a woman drove off after galena police tried to stop her in a walmart parking lot this morning. officers from the dubuque county drug task force were also at the arrest scene. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. scattered flurries will continue into the afternoon alongside a gray, overcast sky. temperatures won't move much, staying in the middle 20s. we'll also have a northwest wind of 15 to 25 mph to contend with, which may cause patchy blowing snow in open areas. skies remain mostly
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while a few peeks of sun are possible tomorrow morning, they won't last. we'll have highs in the upper 20s. another round of flurries comes through tomorrow night into thursday. temperatures warm into the 30s thursday into the weekend. some light rain, snow, drizzle, and fog are a potential this weekend. a more notable system will bring a higher chance of rain and snow on tuesday.today : cloudy, sct. flurries high: 22-28 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 25 dbq: 25 iow: 27 that's all the time we have today on the kcrg-tv9 news at midday. be sure to watch
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