Skip to main content

tv   KCRG TV9 Early Morning News  ABC  January 27, 2016 5:00am-6:00am CST

5:00 am
its 5 o'clock on january 27th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on another mostly cloudy day. while more breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on thursday and friday with highs again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at minimum, and possibly generate some rain or snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a substantial storm system is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned!today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36 winds: sw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq:
5:01 am
night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24 thanks kaj. a mysterious substance shouldn't impact flights this morning at the eastern iowa airport. a hazmat team arrived late last night to investigate. they found it at baggage claim, which is where we find tv9's forrest saunders live this morning. forrest what did airport security tell you when you arrived? chris, nicole, it's back to business as usual here at the eastern iowa airport. earlier this morning though, totally different scene. airport police had closed off this entire area, the bag claim, while hazmat checked out an unknown substance. here's what authorities are telling us: this started just before 7 pm. airline personnel altered
5:02 am
suspicious bag had come in on a flight from chicago. the bag area was closed off a little while after. hazmat was called in to investigate. that unidentified substance was tested. authorities say it was determined to be non- hazardous. the bag claimed area re-opened around 4 a.m. no one is in custody. no flights were impacted. nor should they be for the rest of the day the next flight arrives in just a few minutes. guys? live at the eastern iowa airport, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news. cedar rapids police and community leaders are going to introduce a new community action team program this morning. its part of a new city council task force to focus on law enforcement's response to violence. but they also want to get at the root causes of
5:03 am
violence. this new group is consolidate the efforts that sprung up following a shooting that killed a cedar rapids teenage. last september, 14-year-old robert humbles shot 15-year-old aaron richardson near redmond park. this is video from the scene. the 300 block of 16th street se for help. he later died in the hospital. voluntary manslaughter juvenile detention center, where he'll stay until he turns 18. then, a judge will decide whether he'll be released or go to adult prison. cedar rapids mayor ron corbett says the city wants to avoid repeating efforts and focus on the role poverty plays in violence. that's why they formed the task force. it will consist of about 20 members representing numerous groups. they will study how to make the city more fair and equitable for all. " it's one thing to look at gun violence singularly, but we think we can be more effective if we take a broader approach, a deeper look if you will a systemic look at some of the problems we face "
5:04 am
employment and housing. we need to address just a whole system of poverty" those on the council say they'll probably spend several months studying the problem and current resources. the city council wants a preliminary report in june and a final report next december. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. tyler sash, a former hawkeye and n-f-l football player who died last fall had a degenerative brain disease. tests confirmed he had c-t-e. researchers say they found evidence of the disease in sash's brain. dozens of former football players have had it - it's linked to repeated brain trauma, including concussions. sash was only 27 when he died at his home in oskaloosa last september. autopsy results show he died from an overdose after mixing two powerful pain medications.
5:05 am
hawkeyes. he played between 2007 and 2010 before heading to the n-f-l. a farley woman is facing multiple charges after leading police on a chase from illinois into iowa. officers from the jo daviess county, illinois, sheriff's office tried to stop 28 year old michelle brandenburg at the walmart in galena. she was wanted on a warrant for a pre-trial supervision violation. finally caught dubuque. in addition to the warrant, she now faces eluding charges. a woman has been arrested for child endangerment after a deadly crash in fayette county that she wasn't involved in. emergency crews were called to the business resale therapy along highway 18 in clermont sunday evening. the fayette county sheriff's office said 38 year old james tackett's vehicle smashed into the building. he died at the scene, but a 5-year old girl in the back was taken to the hospital. investigators found alcohol may have played a factor. the sheriff's office also
5:06 am
convicted sex offender who didn't register his status in fayette county. they also learned the child in the car was the daughter of 27 year old hilary upton. they say upton knew he had not registered his status... and let tackett watch her daughter. upton faces a child endangerment charge. and remember, whenever you see news, call newsline nine at 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and news tips to newsroom @ kcrg.com. the cedar rapids community school district wants to develop more magnet schools. magnet schools focus on specific subjects and are designed to attract students from diverse backgrounds. the cedar rapids school district is applying for a federal grant to increase the number of magnet schools in the district. last august, the district started up the johnson steam academy, which focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and math. these are second and third graders learning in their steam lab. next school year, the district will open its second magnet school - kenwood
5:07 am
if the district gets the grant, school leaders want to open five additional magnet schools. "3:19:50 we are looking at doing a high school program, most likely taking the iowa big program and extending that into a magnet program. and then looking at two more elementaries and two more middle schools so we have magnet schools at each level." pickering says the district is identifying which schools could become those next magnet schools. they'll hear more about the grant money by september. even though they're not of voting age, students in eastern iowa are getting involved in a straw poll. it's called the "iowa youth presidential straw poll." part of the process was for the students to take a survey of questions about their political beliefs to help them understand which candidates most closely matches them. one student said he fully expected to line up with a republican but instead got hillary clinton. the students broke up into groups yesterday -- according to which candidate they support. teachers say they set up the classroom caucus similar to the real
5:08 am
just like in the real caucus, students were not allowed to caucus or cast a ballot if they didn't bring along their student id. "kids are realizing some wouldn't be a good choice for your president vs. others and they need to experience how it is done and the entire process because not this election, but the next one they'll all be eligible to vote. " these students were among dozens of schools in iowa that held straw polls and mock elections yesterday. the red hawk tail has spoken. the bird at the mississippi river museum and aquarium made her prediction for the country's next president yesterday. staff put food for the hawk on images of hillary clinton, ted cruz, martin o'malley, marco rubio, bernie sanders and donald trump. and the hawk picked marco rubio as the winner of this hawkus, as the museum calls it. museum staff say this is a light-hearted way to get ready for the caucuses. "the last time the hawk picked michele bachmann, representative from minnesota,
5:09 am
primary. so she's 0 for 1, so we'll see how it goes this year with marco rubio" museum staff say they weren't surprised the hawk chose a republican candidate. the red tail hawk is a rescued animal with only a right wing. 70 truckloads of dirt are on their way to cedar rapids. and it will take several hours to prepare for the rodeo.
tv-commercial tv-commercial
5:10 am
more breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on
tv-commercial
5:11 am
again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at minimum, and possibly generate some rain or snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a substantial storm system is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned! today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36 winds: sw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow:
5:12 am
31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq: 33 iow: 34tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24
5:13 am
tonight, dozens of truckloads of dirt will be coming to cedar rapids. it's in preparation for the world's toughest rodeo national tour. this is video from last year's show. officials say they will be hauling in 16 tons of dirt tonight starting at midnight. after 6 months, a song is no longer playing in a vacant building in niagara falls. iowa fight song playing just intruments that's right it was the
5:14 am
song. since last year, businesses on this street have heard "on iowa" from 3 to 11 each night. an employee at the business didn't know why the song was always playing but it would be turned off soon. iowa is one of the leading producers of food in the country. but how much of that is going back to iowa school lunches? david geiger explains in today's agribusiness report. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---. good morning, this is the
5:15 am
david geiger. ---- iowa is now tracking how much local food goes to local schools.. the iowa department of agriculture announced that it's the first in the nation to track how much food iowa school services buy from local farms. the most recent data shows by november 2015,
5:16 am
dollars worth of local food.. the most from frozen dairy products.. about two thousand pounds.. worth about 55 hundred dollars.. the least.. broccoli.. four pounds of that for about three bucks.. idals partnered with the u-s-d-a's agricultural marketing service on these reports.. set to be released at the end of every month for a school year.. the numbers are submitted voluntarily.. the department of ag looks to add more names to the reporting list.. ---- because of the storms on the east coast.. the foreign agricultural service is delaying the u-s export sales report. it won't come out now until friday of this week.. but.. that didn't really affect yesterdays trade in the markets. "a really choppy trade here again today, similar as yesterday. do have a little bit of a spillover from the wheat contracts over into corn." "keeping the corn market supportive today, despite a whole lot of fresh news anywhere. export fronts, even weather wise, just not much out there at all into south america even. harvest very slow system so far.
5:17 am
being done. especially in beans right now, just really choppy. just waiting on fresh news coming into february." "it's not looking too bad at all, been kind of choppy. especialy in the feeders, we're up 80 on the nearby contracts right now, we were in change about an hour ago, then right back higher. not any cash trade being reported 136-138 asking prices down south. but really, really strong trade here today." "we're still holding right above the 100 day moving average on the nearby contracts, that's what i'm watching. that still looks good. and see how that holds together, as long as cash still does. i think we still got a little more upside here yet. a little bit antsy here about maybe taking some profits. but as long as the cash market hangs in i still think there's a short term upside." ---- the u-s senate is taking up its comprehensive energy bill.. the first in eight years.. which holds some key points for the increasing role of energy in agriculture. the energy policy modernization act enters
5:18 am
oil, gas, and natural gas prices.. and could make it easier for energy production.. one of the few bright spots in the agriculture economy.. the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says it will end outdated programs.. modernize electric power grids.. and extend the conservation fund... "it won't raise taxes, it won't add a dime to the deficit the broad energy bill is a result of a truly bipartisan process and it shows, which is why it was supported in committee by a vote of 18 to four." the senate energy committee approved bipartisan amendments.. and kicked out more controversial ones.. however.. those may still come up on the senate floor where democrats are aiming for climate change recognition.. and republicans want to make energy project approval easier. ---- and that wraps up our show for today.. thanks for joining us on the agribusiness report.. i'll see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger
5:19 am
trt 3.27 oc webtease if you're looking to update your kitchen, checking out a new modern fridge could be just the ticket. and these days, a modern fridge really takes it to the next level with gadgets fit for a spaceship. more on today's angie's list report.
5:20 am
plan on amore breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on thursday and friday with highs again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at
tv-commercial
5:21 am
snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a substantial storm system is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned!today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36 winds: sw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq: 33 iow: 34tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24
tv-commercial
5:22 am
pick the color and decide if you want the freezer on top or on the left. not anymore. a modern fridge may have more doors, drawers and displays than the millennium falcon, but how many of those bells and whistles do you really need? we break it down for you in today's angie's list report. "budget is typically the biggest driver for decisions around refrigerators, but capacity of the refrigerator is also really important. many people also consider the type and style they might choose. for example, the top freezer is the most popular, but the other styles like the four-door refrigerator is gaining traction. " "some of your high-end brands will have what's called a smart diagnostics. so in this case with lg, you have a little sensor up here that in case the fridge had a failure, you would hold your phone up to it while you're talking to lg and it will tell the repairman on the other end of the line what's wrong with the unit so he can come out and have the right parts with him." to start off your fridge search,
5:23 am
that you can look at. traditional with a top freezer, bottom freezer, side-by-side, and a french door style. also important - the size. be sure to measure your space so you can limit your search for a model that fits. a popular trend to consider is one that allows you access items in door without opening the entire fridge. also, smart technology in your fridge is becoming more popular. some features allow you to program temperatures from your smart phone. something also to keep in mind is efficiency. one with a linear compressor means it's always on but at various levels of power to keep food fresher, longer. and finally, you'll want to look at the different colors. black, white, or stainless steel that resists fingerprints and smudges. you can find more helpful tips on angies list dot com. a dubuque man faces jail time for killing his grown daughter. but now he won't go to trial for a few more months for incident that happened last summer. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
5:24 am
source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. suspicious substance. public safety personnel are investigating a suspicious substance at the eastern iowa airport. problems with protestors. 20-16 presidential hopeful donald trump met lots of protestors during his rally at the university of iowa. and state of the city. the new mayor of marion says he is ready to help the city grow. and here's on our city cam. a much quieter start to your work week.
5:25 am
has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on another mostly cloudy day. while more breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on thursday and friday with highs again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at minimum, and possibly generate some rain or snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a substantial storm system is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned!today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36 winds: sw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq: 33 iow: 34tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24 thanks kaj. early morning travelers may see authorities at the eastern iowa airport this morning. they were called out there around 7:30 last night for a suspicious substance found
5:26 am
kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is live at the airport this morning. forrest, what can you tell us so far? chris, nicole, it's back to business as usual here at the eastern iowa airport. earlier this morning though, totally different scene. airport police had closed off this entire area, the bag claim, while hazmat checked out an unknown substance. here's what authorities are telling us: this started just before 7 pm. airline personnel altered airport public safety a suspicious bag had come in on a flight from chicago. the bag area was closed off a little while after. hazmat was called in to investigate. that unidentified substance was tested. authorities say it was determined to be non- hazardous. the bag claimed area re-opened around 4 a.m. no one is in custody. live at the eastern iowa
tv-commercial
5:27 am
saunders, kcrg-tv9 news. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. two men will be in court on monday for a fatal fire in ottumwa 10 years ago. 28 year old christopher yenger of ottumwa and 27 year old zachary dye of council bluffs each face two counts of first degree murder. in 2006, the iowa fire marshal said they couldn't determine the cause of the fire. but authorities say new information shows the men started it intentionally after yenger got into a fight at a party at the home. that was at 11-612 140th street in rural wapello county at about 6:30 in the morning on march 5th 2006. the fire killed 20 year old nathan messer and 22 year old seth anderson, both of ottumwa, who were sleeping on the second floor. yenger and dye have pleaded not
tv-commercial tv-commercial
5:28 am
scheduled to be back in court for a hearing on monday. a dubuque man accused of killing his grown daughter won't go to trial until april. a judge has delayed the trial that was supposed to start yesterday. 63-year-old robert stern's trial will now start on april 26th. stern faces a 1st-degree murder charge. police say he shot and killed his 27-year-old daughter, kimberly stern, last june. investigators found her body in the home they shared on clark drive in dubuque. as the caucuses get closer, the pressure for candidates to secure votes is rising. frontrunner for the g-o-p donald trump held an event last night at the university of iowa where plenty of supporters and protestors turned up. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy has more. "this space inside the university of iowa fieldhouse was completely filled with people waiting to hear from republican presidential front-runner donald trump. but not everyone was a supporter." scenes like this stopped donald trump's speech at least half a dozen times tuesday night.
tv-commercial
5:29 am
red t-shirts reading "i stand with my muslim neighbors" interrupted trump with plastic whistles.. for one iowa city mother, she's here for her son. 12:58:29 "i'm raising my son to stand up when he sees things that he doesn't agree with, so i feel like i needed to be here. i really feel strongly that love is more powerful than hate." but several supporters also stood in the crowd - including several university of iowa football players. cj beathard and others threw out trump hats from the stage with tight end peter pekar sending a caucus message to the crowd.. 12:52:42 "in order to steer the country in the right direction and make america great again, vote for trump. go hawks." trump touched on issues like building up our
5:30 am
the us, and reforming education. 01:14:13 "we're spending tremendous amount of money educating our students... yet we're number 28 in world. so we have 27 countries ahead of us. " issues some potential caucus goers say will make the difference as they decide on a candidate. 12:53:50 "donald trump to me, needs to get more into the specifics. to me, he talks about immigration, but that's one of the only policies he really covers. he's also given his tax pla, but aside from that i find it's very hard to find the specifics. and he makes it a lot more personal than it needs to be." "democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will also make an appearance here at the fieldhouse ahead of caucus night. he'll speak at 6:30 this saturday with a special appearance by from the band vampire weekend. in iowa city, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 news." donald trump says he won't take
5:31 am
debate tomorrow his campaign manager says he will hold events in iowa, instead. there has been an ongoing feud between trump and fox news since the first debate back in august. trump has repeatedly criticized host megyn kelly for what he calls unfair questioning during the debate. democratic candidate hillary clinton says president obama hasn't gotten enough credit for his achievements in office. she made several campaign appearances yesterday in eastern iowa, including this one at the hotel winneshiek in decorah. there clinton praised president obama for his work over the past 7 years, and says republicans haven't given him the credit he deserves. she mentioned several of his accomplishments, including job growth, yet added there's more work to do. stay with kcrg t-v nine for complete caucus coverage monday night. we'll have live reports from des moines and across eastern iowa along with expert analysis. it all starts at eight o'clock on
5:32 am
point two. then, we'll have full coverage starting at nine o'clock right here on t-v nine. the marion mayor says the city's population has grown 37 percent since 2000. and he's hoping to document that growth. marion mayor nick abouassaly delivered the state of the city message for marion yesterday. he told a large crowd the city saw 243 new homes going up inside city limits in 2015. he also expects big news this year with plans for a new y-m-c-a and library taking shape. a pro-life group is pleased that planned parenthood is closing its health center in dubuque. planned parenthood of the heartland said its stopping its clinical services there immediately. the non profit says it's doing that because there isn't enough demand at the location on hillcrest road. dubuque county right for life applauded the decision. "very excited. very good news. we've looked forward to this. now we can have more time to continue our education efforts in more avenue instead of spending time in front of planned parenthood. "
5:33 am
resources from the dubuque clinic to its cedar rapids location where it's seeing a growing demand for services. this year's fry fest will celebrate a new statue. the coralville city council will vote on a contract with a kalona company that could design and create a hayden fry statue. the contract would be with max-cast for making the 36- thousand dollar statue of the former hawkeye football coach. the plan is to have it ready for the annual hawkeye celebration and concert at the start of every football season. coralville hopes to put the statue somewhere in the iowa river landing. one bank is getting ready to update its a-t-ms. customers will now be able to withdraw cash with a simple tap of their
5:34 am
plan on another mostly cloudy day. while more breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on thursday and friday with highs again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at minimum, and possibly generate some rain or snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a
5:35 am
is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned!today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36 winds: sw 10-20 alo: 33 dbq: 32 iow: 33tonight: scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq: 33 iow: 34tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24 thanks kaj. winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq:
5:36 am
night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24
5:37 am
oprah winfrey is one happy woman this morning. she's losing inches from her waist, and adding them to her wallet. stay with your 24
5:38 am
oil rose almost four percent. and investors will be looking for signs about how the federal reserve will handle interest rate hikes in the coming months. the fed started its two day meeting yesterday. many economists think the fed will likely acknowledge the recent global and market turbulence without indicating a change in course -- especially since the u-s labor market continues to turn in blockbuster job growth. j-p morgan chase announced it's upgrading its entire fleet of a-t-ms this year to include new perks. you will now be able to withdraw money using your smartphone. customers can simply tap their phones to the a-t-m using the same technology as apple pay and other payment apps.
5:39 am
it comes following oprah winfrey's tweet saying that she lost 26 pounds while eating bread every day on the program. that's good news for oprah who earned 19 point two million dollars yesterday alone with her stock in the weight loss company. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam.
tv-commercial
5:40 am
plan on another mostly cloudy day. while more breaks may occur than yesterday, the sky will fill right back in with more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears this won't be much more than passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs will generally range from 30-35 degrees north to south. more clouds are likely on thursday and friday with highs again into the 30s. this weekend, a series of weak low pressure systems look to keep the clouds around at minimum, and possibly generate some rain or snow saturday night into sunday. looking ahead to next week, a substantial storm system is still on track to impact parts of iowa in the tuesday/wednesday time period. stay tuned!today: m/cloudy, sct flurries high: 30-36
5:41 am
scattered flurries low: 23-29 winds: w 10-15 alo: 26 dbq: 27 iow: 26tomorrow: m/cloudy, sct. flurries high: 31-37 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 34 dbq: 33 iow: 34tomorrow night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24 thanks kaj.
5:42 am
cedar rapids public safety officials have identified a suspicious substance at the eastern iowa airport. they say it is not hazardous. someone found the substance in baggage claim. authorities say there is no safety concern to the public. all flights are on schedule today. 20-16 g-o-p presidential candidate donald trump met supporters and protestors at his stop at the university of iowa. an organized group of protestors interrupted trump with plastic whistles. trump touched on issues like keeping jobs in the u-s and reforming education.
5:43 am
it was one against two on the wrestling mat it was one against two on the wrestling mat tonight in mount vernon.. scott westerberg has highlights of lisbon and don bosco. this one was hosted by cornell college and the dons jumped on top early.
5:44 am
3 point near fall at 285. smith with a 5-1 decision to put don bosco up 9-0. the dons add to the lead at 106. top ranked gable fox moves to 36-4 on the year with his second period pin to make it 15-0. great match at 113 between logan lutgen and ryne mohrfeld. lutgen with the takedown here on his way to a 6-4 win. don bosco up 18-0. lions would rally at 126 it's 3rd ranked wally zernich with a three point near fall. he wins a 14-1 major to close the gap to 18-8. to 132, third ranked chase mclaughlin with a three point near fall on number seven nick mangrich. mclaughlin won an 11-4 decision to make it 18-11. at 145 third ranked nick williams continues the lions winning streak with his 10-4 decision to pull lisbon within 4. after dropping the first 4 matches, the lions grab the lead by winning 5 straight. this 1st period pin from three time state champ carter happel makes it 20-18 lisbon.
tv-commercial
5:45 am
makes it six wins in a row as he just beats the second period buzzer and gets the fall as number two lisbon takes care of top ranked don bosco 41-21. in mount vernon scott westerberg tv9 sports. to hoops and we had a girl- boy doubleheader at linn-mar tonight. the lions hosted xavier. two great games tonight ladies first.. and with linn-mar leading by four in the fourth amelia ivester with two inside to cut the lead to two.. lions answer on the other end on the nice feed from lexi frese to kamryn finley down low for two of her 17.. but the saints came back and sliced the lead to one on the mckenna anderson three ball corner pocket.. but linn-mar hit their free throws down the stretch future hawkeye amanda ollinger with 18 and the lions win the girls game 47- 41.. to the guys and linn mar came out bombs away jared printy and jordan brandt connect from behind the arc as linn-mar jumped out to a 4 point lead.. but xavier has a really quick team and mitchell bueger picks jordan bohannon's pocket and he turns that into two on the other end.. and then
5:46 am
sophomore matt mimms with the pullup he is as smooth as silk.. linn mar answered with bohannon the future hawkeye hits the baseline jumper for two of his 26. but xavier owned this game in the paint max tech-au with a big game with two of his 21 and xavier wins the boys game 68-63. so they split tonight.. over at marion tonight the indians entertained benton community and the bobcats got a big game from this guy lathan cooper who tickles the twine.. the indians respond with a three ball of their own from jacob manderschied. but they didn't have answer from cooper with three more as benton community jumped out to a 23 points third quarter lead.. and they look at the hustle by brady krause he comes out of nowhere for the rebound and putback and benton community rolls to the win. lisbon girls hosted maq valey...this one was all wildcats from the start....payton ries cuts through the lane and scores.... then maq valley runs a set play for brianna mensen.....she buries the 3....wildcats up 5.... maq valley getting it done on
5:47 am
well....megan mensen with the steal and lay-in as maq valley tops lisbon 59-25. and finally iowa landed a verbal commit today from a kicker from north carolina. keith duncan hit 22 of 29 field goals in high school and made them all inside of 50 yards. he also drilled 5 from 50 yards plus.
tv-commercial tv-commercial
5:48 am
good wednesday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's january 27th and this is what you need to know today. authorities in cedar rapids find a suspicious substance in someone's bags at the eastern iowa airport -- they say it isn't hazardous and there is no threat to the public. 20-16 g-o-p presidential hopeful donald trump is met with protestors and supporters at a rally at the university of iowa. and some famous hawkeyes make an appearance.
5:49 am
oregon wildlife
5:50 am
5:51 am
5:54 am
5:55 am
5:56 am
5:57 am

269 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on