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oregon wildlife refuge where a shootout between police and protestors leaves one occupier dead this morning. a new study shows former hawkeye and n-f-l football player tyler sash had the brain disorder c-t-e. sash died from an overdose last year. the cedar rapids community school district wants to develop more magnet schools to attract students from diverse backgrounds. 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 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
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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: 30-36 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 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.
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though, totally different scene. airport police had closed off this entire area, the bag an unknown authorities are telling us: this started just before 7 pm. airline personnel altered 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. live at the eastern iowa airport, forrest
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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 poverty as a way to decrease 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. richardson ran to a house in the 300 block of 16th street se for help. he later died in the hospital. humbles pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter last year. he's now in a 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
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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 " "as a community, we need to address job creation and 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
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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. sash was a stand-out defensive back for the 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 michelle galena. she was wanted on a warrant for a pre-trial supervision violation. but she drove off, and officers finally caught her on south grandview avenue in dubuque. in addition to the warrant, she now faces eluding charges. news, call newsline nine at 319-365-9999. you can also send pictures and news tips to newsroom @ kcrg.com. the cedar rapids community
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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 leadership academy. 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
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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 situation. 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.
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the bird at the mississippi river museum and aquarium made her prediction for the president yesterday. 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, did not win the election or the 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. a wireless company will now lower customers' bills, if they're willing to deal with ads on their phone. and uber has a new way to keep their drivers safe from drunken passengers. that's ahead in today's techbytes.
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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
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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:
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night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24
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now here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson with this morning's techbytes. hey, there. in today's "techbytes" how far would you go to lower your cell phone bill? >> a new boost mobile app will show you ads sometimes when you unlock the phone. in return, customers will get a $5 credit each month. it's only available for android so far. there's a brand-new way to share your gopro videos. users can live stream via their iphones using the periscope video app. >> this is expected to be on display during espn's coverage
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and uber-has a great new way to deal with drunk passengers. >> some drivers have been using an interactive toy called bop it on the seat. it's a way to distract passengers. >> or just be nice. >> that always my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions,
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before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask your dermatologist about humira. because with humira clearer skin is possible. [ horn honks ] okay, this is u.s. cellular, and this is verizon. now, same phones, but with u.s. cellular you get 6 gigs of 4g data for only $40 per month -- $20 less than verizon. and u.s. cellular's network was built to work in places like out here, here, and here. so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back.
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just a few hours from now, f-b-i and law enforcement officials will hold a press conference on the oregon wildlife refuge armed protest. which is now stretching into its fourth week. it comes less than 12 hours after a shootout between police and protesters left one occupier dead. reid binion reports. "honestly, there are things more important than your life, and freedom is one of them."oregon protester lavoy finicum -- telling n-b-c news that he would rather die than be arrested... tuesday night, finicum was killed... ...as authorities arrested protest leader ammon bundy and several members of the armed group occupying the malheur national wildlife refuge. officials say it started with a traffic stop, and that finicum and bundy's brother - ryan - refused to surrender. the bundy ranch claimed on facebook that finicum "had his hands up and was shot 3 times." officials.. haven't
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fired first. ryan bundy suffered minor injuries -- finicum died at the scene. he had been one of the most outspoken members of the armed group... ...that took over the refuge earlier this month to protest federal land policies. "hello america, this is lavoy finicum. we are not going anywhere. we're here to do a job." tuesday's incident ended with ammon and ryan bundy and three followers in federal custody on felony conspiracy charges. three other activists were arrested separately. i'm reid binion, reporting two people are dead this morning and three others injured in a shooting at a homeless camp in seattle. it happened last night and police are still looking for the shooter. they believe this was a targeted attack and no other homeless people are at risk. 20-16 presidential candidates make stops at places from restaurants to schools. parents in one iowa town aren't happy that their school closed early for some big name candidates. you're looking live on our city cam. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your
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meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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first alert forecast. plan on another mostly cloudy day. while more breaks may occur than yesterday, the
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more clouds as a weak system approaches from the northwest during the afternoon. at this time, it still appears passing brief light snow showers with little to no impact. highs degrees 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:
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night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24 thanks, kaj. federal offices in washington, d-c will re- open today. the massive blizzard that hit the northeast closed offices for two days. the number of storm related deaths has now reached at least 45. most of them were from car accidents, hypothermia, or heart attacks from shoveling snow.
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inches of snow in some areas. hawkeye fans hope to see a new addition to this year's fry fest. the city of coralville hopes to finalize a plan immortalizing the famous coach at the iowa river landing. stay with tv-9. it's
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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
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iowa. and some famous hawkeyes make an appearance. violence intensifies on an oregon wildlife refuge where a shootout between police and protestors leaves one occupier dead this morning. a new study shows former hawkeye and n-f-l football player tyler sash had the brain disorder c-t-e. sash died from an overdose last year. the cedar rapids community school district wants to develop more magnet schools to attract students from diverse backgrounds. 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...
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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 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 in a bag. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders is
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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. no flights were impacted. nor should they be for the rest of the day the next flight arrives in just a few minutes. live at the eastern iowa airport, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news.
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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.
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scheduled to be back in court for a hearing on monday. " and you know what? if someone did that...didn't show up at the interview...you know what you'd say? 'you're fired " senator ted cruz is using donald trump's famous catchphrase against him. at a campaign event, he equated trump's recent decision to not participate in tomorrow's debate on fox news with not showing up to a job interview. trump's campaign manager says he will hold events in iowa, instead of attending the debate. 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. trump is no stranger to criticism -- whether it's from fellow candidates or protestors. he stopped at the university of iowa yesterday- and plenty of supporters and protestors showed up. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy has more.
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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. an organized group of protestors with bright 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
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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."
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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. " 14:55 what has not recovered is incomes, is recouping the lost family wealth. 401ks, iras. and what everyone used to stay afloat. the job of the next president, assuming it's a democratic president, is building on what we've achieved but go further. " some parents in marshalltown
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their kids were let out out of school early because of trump and clinton campaign events. trump spoke to supporters shortly after 5 o'clock last night at the high school, while clinton held an event around 8:30 at a middle school. because of the visits, the district decided to dismiss all students early yesterday, at 1 o'clock. that meant families had to shuffle schedules - and some aren't convinced it was for the best reason. "cancel appointments to pick up my nephew, had to rearrange to have somebody watch them so i could come get my nephew." the district says it made the decision when it realized how much chaos there would be at each school leading up to the events. the district says the safety of students is its first priority. 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 kcrg nine point two. then, we'll have full coverage starting at nine
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t-v nine. this year's fry fest will feature the unveiling of a new statue. the coralville city council is set to 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 $36,000 statue to honor the former hawkeye football coach. the plan is to have the statue 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. the mayor says there will be no cost to taxpayers. "the idea of the statue has been thought of for several years now and we've been reserving funds from our various festivals that we've had, the brrr fest and the fry fest some of the proceeds from that we've been accumulating in a fund. " coralville has already named a street after the coach - hayden fry way. the city of cedar rapids wants a new distinction for a historic building downtown. and it could help a developer make some
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up next... this morning's weather wise question.
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now. plan on another mostly cloudy
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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.
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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:
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night: mostly cloudy low: 21-27 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 22 dbq: 22 iow: 24
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weekend, look no further than the u-s cellular center. it's bringing in dirt by the truckload for the toughest sport on dirt. that story and more still
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iowa caucuses a new quinnipiac poll of iowa democratic voters is out. the poll released this morning shows bernie sanders and hillary clinton virtually tied. it shows the senator from vermont with 49 percent support from likely democratic voters. clinton is at 45 percent. there is a margin of error of 4 percent meaning they are in a statistical tie. martin o'malley is at 4 percent support. this poll is practically unchanged from the survey released 2 weeks ago. 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
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the sheriff's office also determined tackett is a 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. a pro-life group is pleased that planned parenthood is closing its health center in dubuque. planned parenthood of the heartland said it's stopping its clinical services 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. " planned parenthood says it plans to shift resources from the dubuque clinic to its cedar rapids location where it's seeing a
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the cedar rapids city council will seek national register of historic places status for the old smulekoff's building. the furniture store closed in late 20-14 and the city chose a developer last year to renovate the site into a mixture of offices and housing. a national register designation makes tax credits available for the project. the city hopes to have a revised development agreement ready in either february or march. the city council also agreed on a partial tax exemption for a historic preservation project on the edge of the newbo district. scheduled for conversion this year into a and events. construction should about a year. tonight, dozens of truckloads of dirt will be 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. now here's our morning mugshot wednesday. it's cedar valley habitat for humanity's home team huddle fundraiser. the game
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individuals, families and community groups to host game day parties on super bowl sunday. hosts collect donations for habitat and then have the chance to enter the grand prize drawing for a weekend getaway to an n-f-l city next season. hosts can register their parties at habitat football dot com. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com. kaj will be back right after the break with a final look at your wednesday
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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
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the public. all flights are on schedule today. tests confirm that former hawkeye and n-f-l football player tyler sash had the degenerative brain disease, c-t-e, when he died. the disease is linked to repeated brain trauma. sash was 27 when he died last september. autopsy results show he died from an overdose. 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. now, one last look at this morning's weather, 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
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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 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. also make sure to join us at eleven for the kcrg-
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, that standoff in oregon turns deadly. a shoot-out erupts between the fbi and anti-government protesters. one of the leaders of the group killed. his supporters say the rancher was murdered with his hands in the air. our team on the scene right now. he's out, donald trump now saying he won't show up to thursday's debate taking on fox and megyn kelly. >> this is a lightweight. this is not a reporter. this to me is just a lightweight. megyn kelly shouldn't be in the debate. >> ted cruz challenging him to a personal showdown.
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