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emergency. doctors discover the first case of the disease transmitted inside the u-s. and the cyclo-cross world cup is coming to the johnson county fairgrounds bringing lots of international attention. 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... we are still on track to see some snow move across the area during the morning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. combine this with falling temperatures, and it may be hazardous for several hours. plan wind to also gust
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to 35-40mph, especially during the morning hours. wind will become much lighter late tonight. thursday continues to look dry and quiet with a snow chance still in the works for later on friday. today: early am snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: w 5-10 alo: 17 dbq: 17 iow: 20 there is no rest for the weary on the presidential campaign trail. with the iowa caucuses now behind them, the candidates are rallying voters in new hampshire. it's less than a week away from that state's primary. abc's bazi kanani brings us the latest in the race for the white house. for the victors in iowa, the
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short-lived. i am so thrilled to be in new hampshire after winning in iowa! just a week before the next round of voting-- both hillary clinton and bernie sanders are hoping the iowa results will give them a boost. find better bite.the political revolution continues here next tuesday in new hampshire. even clinton's inner circle acknowledges a win in sanders' own backyard will be tough. from make no mistake! we are in a fight to the finish! on the republican side... donald trump says he is more confident about his chances to win in new hampshire... but defends his finish in iowa. there were 17 people when we started, no you have 11. i came in second. i'm not humiliated! for first-place finisher ted cruz, a sweet victory in a bitter contest. "i can tell you six weeks ago, donald trump was saying every day that i was his friend
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i was terrific, that i was nice, " marco rubio also defending himself from a new round of attacks after a strong finish in iowa... and striking back. i think ted's been very calculated and will say or do anything to get a vote donald trump now admits skipping that last republican debate just before the iowa caucuses may have hurt him. we expect him at the next republican debate-- on abc news-- this weekend. while the focus now shifts to new hampshire, political leaders in iowa are looking at how to improve the caucuses. reports of long lines, confusion, and even no iowa precinct sites. linn county political leaders say part of the exceeded expectations. and some of them were too large for some of the caucus sites. "as you know, caucus is an activity it's a 2-3 hour evening event and there was some frustration from people who thought they were going to go in, register, vote and leave" linn county republicans had
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30% beyond the record numbers from 2012. but there were some caucus locations that doubled the turnout from 4 years ago. one woman says she wants to make sure she helps get the first woman into the white house. the caucus-goer is... 102- years-old, meaning she was born 7 years before women gained the right to vote in 1920. ruline steininger of pleasant hill caucused for hillary clinton monday night. she has voted in 20 presidential elections. one of her remaining goals is to vote in the general election this november. two wisconsin men are facing murder charges for shooting and killing a 5-year-old boy. police and fbi arrested them in iowa. they caught them in storm lake late sunday night - they're in the buena vista county jail this morning. they're suspected of shooting and killing a 5- year-old in beloit, wisconsin. 23-year-old sergio ortiz- raygoza and 22-year-old eric salazar-mota have been charged with first- degree
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police say they shot at the boy's father's car and killed the boy. that was about 10 days ago on the 23rd of january. salazar-mota also had multiple warrants out of wisconsin, including a federal warrant for flight to avoid prosecution. as a reminder, when you see news tell us about it by calling newsline nine at 319-365-9999. you can also send us pictures and videos to newsroom at kcrg dot com. february is national heart month, bringing awareness for heart attack signs and symptoms. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, 1 in every 4 deaths are a result from heart disease. kcrg-tv9's brea love joins us live from our cedar rapids newsroom. brea, you spoke with doctors about the issue? yes, i did chris and nicole, they say this month is all about bringing awareness, preventing, diagnosing, and treating the thousands of people who face the disease. the symptoms of heart disease range from chest pains and shortness of breath to arm pain and nausea. but doctors say the
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biggest concern is in women. women who have high risk factors like diabetes and high blood pressure have a greater chance for heart disease, than a man who has those same factors. dr. george hajj says heart disease in women is often under diagnosed and under treated. 1:57:50 "there's so much focus on other diseases especially in women, breast cancer, other related health problems, but i don't think that the community is paying enough attention that the leading cause of death in the united states even in the female population is heart disease." he says anyone who experiences the symptoms of a heart attack should stop what they are doing, rest, and give the symptoms a chance to subside. if they don't, call 9-1-1 immediately. to promote awareness during national heart awareness month, unity point health is making a special video to show a catheterizatio n procedure. the video explains why it could be necessary for some patients experiencing
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procedure. the video will be shared on pages, february 15th, which will be linked to under this story on kcrg dot com. chris and nicole back to you on the desk. tv-9's brea love live in the newsroom with those important reminders this morning. thank you. iowa already has a claim on major cycling events... now iowa attention in world cup comes to the johnson county fairgrounds. cyclo-crossing is a popular sport in europe. in fact, they'll broadcast this event to more than 8 million homes in europe. cyclo-cross is a form of bike racing that involves off-road riding and obstacles. this is video from a similar national event at the fairground each year. one organizer says the racing will also attract a lot of people from around the country. "we're expecting to have 15,000 people come in here, which is similar to what vegas had, people from all over the midwest to see truly the best athletes in the world come here, multiple champions and national champions. " one local bike shop owner says cyclo-cross is
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here in iowa. he says each year more and more events happen across the state. retailer will soon be opening hundreds of bookstores. and new tests show uninstalling a popular app could save your battery life and speed up your smartphone. that's ahead in today's techbytes. good morning! it's ---.
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some snow move across the area during the morning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. combine this with falling
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temperatures, and it may be hazardous for several hours. plan wind to also gust to 35-40mph, especially during the morning hours. wind will become much lighter late tonight. thursday continues to look dry and quiet with a snow chance still in the works for later on friday. today: early am snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-21
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thanks kaj. now here's abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson
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hey, there. in today's "techbytes" -- amazon coming to mall near you. the internet retail giant opened its first brick and mort tar store last year. >> they're looking to open as many as 400 stores. no word from amazon itself of such plan. what's app. the app currently has 1 billion active users. >> they share 42 billion messages. 1.6 billion photos. and 250 million videos a day. >> whoo, i'm tired. >> yes. and finally, facebook's android app is being blamed for eating up more than your time. >> some of us thought this was the case. tests show uninstalling the app saves up to 20% of your patterry's life. doeng so >> good tip indeed.
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those are your "techbytes." i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for
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the zika virus is spreading rapidly. according to one model, it poses a future threat to as much as 63 percent of the u-s population. now, it's being spread not just by mosquitos, but
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also through sexual contact. reid binion reports. "...a public health threat to other parts of the world."world health organization director general margaret chan.... ...declaring a public health emergency this week... ...in the evolving threat of the zika viris.... ...now present in at least 24 countries as it sweeps through central and south america... ....northward to the u-s. it is spread by mosquitos... one species in particular. "this guy - this is a nasty mosquito. this is the one. this is aedes aegypti."the aedes aegypti mosquito - the primary carrier of zika ... ....is known to exist only in certain parts of the u-s. ...but apparently mosquitos aren't the only concern... "dallas county health and human services has received confirmation of a zika case associated with acquiring locally. we have received confirmation that it has spread otherwise through sexual activity."the c-d-c, confirming tuesday that the first case of zika acquired inside the u-s.... was transmitted sexually.
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zika has been linked to a birth disorder in newborns... ...that results in babies born with abnormally small heads. ....causing severe developmental issues and sometimes death. perhaps worse, infected patients often report no symptoms... those mothers -- sometimes left to discover they have the virus only after the damage to their unborn children is already done. i'm reid binion, reporting. we're hearing more from the mother of a 13-year-old virginia girl who was killed last week. nicole lovell's mom says her daughter touched many people throughout her short life. authorities found nicole lovell's body in neighboring north carolina on saturday. that's days after her parents believe she climbed out of her bedroom window. her mother, tammy weeks, says nicole overcame many health struggles. at 1 point -- doctors said she only had a 1% chance of survival. "1:15 she had a passion for pandas, music, dancing, and dreams of being on american idol ... someday " two virginia tech students are charged in her death.
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police say one of them knew, abducted and then killed her. the other is charged with concealing a dead body and accessory before and after murder. house republicans don't have the votes to override president obamas veto on a bill to repeal obamacare. they say they're not surprised, but hope it will help them come november's election. you're looking live on our camera this morning. kaj will be back right after the break with a look at your wednesday forecast. meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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first alert forecast. we are still on track to see some snow move across the area during the morning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. combine this with falling temperatures, and it may be hazardous fororeveral hours. plan wind to also gust to 35-40mph, especially during the morning hours. wind
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will become much lighter late tonight. thursday continues to look dry and quiet with a snow chance still in the works for later on friday. today: early am snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: w 5-10 alo: 17 dbq: 17
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several cities in johnson county have opted out of the minimum wage hike the county set last fall. now tiffin is looking at a compromise. but it gets a little complicated. stay with us here on kcrg-tv9. its .
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you're looking live on our city cam. it's february third and here's
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know today. college community, springville, lone tree and denver schools will get money for school upgrades. and waterloo schools head back to the drawing board after its bond issue failed. 20-16 presidential candidates turn their attention to new hampshire and political leaders in iowa look at ways to improve the caucus process. it's tional heart month. doctors want people to know the signs and symptomsmsf the number one killer of men and women -- heart disease. a new development in the zika virus health emergency. doctors discover the firsr case of the disease transmitted inside the u-s. and the cyclo-cross world cup is coming to the johnson county fairgrounds bringing lots you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. while we didi't get large amounts of snow here, interstate 80 at lincoln nebraska is osed this morning. and other parts of the state
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did see more snow than we did. mason city is reporting 10 inches of snow as of this morning. that left people to shovel the heavy snow just to get around. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... we are still on track to see some snow move across the area during the morning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. combine this with falling temperatures, and it may be hazardous for several hours. plan wind to also gust to 35-40mph, especially during the morning hours. wind will become much lighter late tonight. thursday continues to look dry and quqet with a snow chance still in the works for later on friday. today: earlrlam snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: w 5-10 alo: 17 dbq: 17
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the weather is causing multiple closings and lalae starts this morning. we're showing many of those at the bottom of your screen. you can also find a listing on kcrg dot com and through the kcrg-tv9 mobile app. schools in eastern iowa are moving ahead with approved plans or going back to the drawing board this morning after bond votes. college community school district leaders are waking up with a new outlook on the future. in the bond vote yesterday, 68% supported the issue. that's well over the 60% it needed for passage. some district leaders waited for the final voting results at the linn county auditor's office last night. they used their phones
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to keep up with the math as each site reported in. the district is now getting $49.5 million dollars from the passed vote. the district plans to use the money add 20 classrooms to the high school and update safety and security systems in 3 of its elementary schools. "the next step is you really get serious with architects and you start planning and phasing out the construction project, so the fun part has begun." last year, voters narrowly rejected a similar bond issue. the district says it needs this extra space as enrollment continues to grow. this vote means property taxes will increase $17.50 per ar for a home assessed at $100,000. in waterloo, the school board says it still wants to meet the needs of their students after a failed ond issue. voters rejected the $47 million bond plan wiwi about 56% saying no. again, it needed a 60% super majority to pass. the district would have used that money for career and technical education programs in a new $35 million dollar career center near waterloo's central middle
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school. waterloo east and west high schools would each have also undergone $6 million dollars worth of renovations. waterloo schools released a statement. it said, in part, "we are surprised and disappointed with the results ... we absolutely want to meet the needs of our students and remain determined to do so." denver high school wl get money to expand. almost 65 percrct of voters ok'd a 7-point-3- million dollar bond issue. 35 percent voted against the bond issue. the money will help pay for a new gym, an auditorium, an indoor track, a weight room and locker rooms. the bond issue narrowly failed in a vote last june. and kids in springville will enjoy renovations at their school. voters approved a 4 point 7 million dollar bond issue. about 65 percent voted in favor of the issue, while about 35 percent rejected it. the district plans to use the money for 9 elementary school classrooms, office space, a multi-purpose room and a technology classroom. the school district in lone tree says it will use new
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and buses. voters renewed a el levy with overwhelming support. homeowners will pay 67 dollars per 100-thousand dollars of valuation. the tiffin city council is moving ahead with a tiered minimum wage system. last night, the city council passed aa resolution for a tiered system in a 3-2 vote. the system would have people under the age of 18 be paid less than adults doing the samwork. according to the iowa city press citizen, this was the first of 3 votes on the issue. the city council needs to approve all 3 votes for the wage system to go intolace. this vote in tiffin follows a johnson county ordinance that passed last fall. it increased the minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per hour by 2017. the increase would take place in stages, with the current minimum wage up at $8.20 already. cities in johnson county that have opted out include shueyville, solon, oxford, and swisher. the university of iowa has said it will keewith the county's wage hike. midwest businesses are showing more faith in the economy for the first time in months. that's according to a
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managers. a new report from creighton university shows the mid-american business conditions index in january jumped to 48 point 3 from 39 point 5 in december. it's the first increase in 6 months. survey organizers say any score above 50 indicates growth, while a score below that indicates decline. while january's score is still below 50it does signal an improvement over december. more than 600 thousand people die of heart disesee every year in the united states. that's according to the centers for disease control and prevention. february national heart month, which was created to bring awareness to the disease's symptoms and signs. kcrg-tv9's brea love talked with medical officials who are urging everyone to pay attention to the signs. she joins us now. brea, what are doctors saying about this issue? chris and nicole, they say heart disease is the leadingngause of death in both men and women. they're asking everyone to take a second and pay attention to the signs. typical symptoms range from chest pains, shortness of breath, and
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discomfort in the arms. but, there are some atypical symptoms also. with most of those unusual symptoms occuring in women. some women may not have chest pain at all. they could experience sweating, nausea, and other pains. one doctor says anyone experiencing these symptoms should stop what they are doing, rest, and see if the symptoms subside. 1:56:50 "if this is done early enough, the symptoms will resolve and then they need to call their ctor. if they do not resolve and they continue to be present despite resting and stoping exercise, if someone who doesn't have previous heart disease and doesn't have medication at home than they need to call 911." hajj says if someone knows they have heart disease, they should take their medication when experiencing symptoms, but still call their doctor immediately. he also says this month is extremely important for people to remember to be aware, prevent, get diagnosed, and treated. chris and nicole, it's&an important issue to bring to light. that's right. thanks a lot brea. an effort to override president obama's veto of a bill that would have
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repealed key provisions of the affordable care act has failed the bill also would have strrped federal funding from planned parenththd. the vote fell short of the 2/3 needed to override the veto. that means the affordable care act will stay in place. republican house leaders say they knew that they would lose. but they are hoping to use the issue to convince voters to elect a republican president. the start of february marks the start of black history month. while there are national celebratio, places around eastern iowa are holding local events this month. the e iversity of northern iowa is hosting several events. today, a storyteller and oral historian will share stories and poems from african traditions. they will also include african american history and folklore. that will be at the center for multicultural education at 7 o'clock tonight. it's the anniversary of the d the music died. people will remember buddy holly today and hii connectiti to iowa. up next... this morning's weather wise question.
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meteorologist kaj o'mara is up
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now. we are still on track to see
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across the area during the orning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. combine this with falling temperatures, and it may be hazardous for several hours. plan wind to also gust to 35-40mph, esppially during the morning hours. wind will become much lighter late tonight. thursday with a snow chance
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early am snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-21 winds: w 5-10 alo: 17 dbq: 17 iow: 20
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departments wanttpeople to give up their old wine corks. the department is giving the corks to a company that will find new ways to use the material break.
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may help reduce the need for drug related law enforcement. and it could help people fight addiction. doctors at mercy mercy medical center can now prescribe buprenorphin e . it's a prescription narcotic that makes the brain think it's getting heroin, but does not give the patient a high. according to the dubuque county drug task force, the number of hero related arrests has significantly increased in the past year, and this drug could help fight that. "i think we need at least a two prong approach. we need the law enforcement portion but if they can some kind of help to get them off the drug, by all means we encourage it." the u-s department of health and human
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services has granted a three year, three million dollar grant to iowa department ofpublic health. mercy is using that money for the mededal drug eatment. a research goat from the university of iowa is loose. the environmental group, peta, is asking the u-s department of agricuure to start an investigation. peta thinks the university might have violated the animal welfare act, which requires researchers to keep animals safe. the group also wrote a letter to u-i president bruce harreld asking him to retire the goat and let it go to an animal sanctuary. the university says it's still looking for the goat that got loose on friday. it's asking people in noh liberty to watch for the goat, whh looks like this one. the university says several people have spotted the goat in the north liberty area. the iowa hawkeye's men's basketball team is impressing many -- and on a regional cover of sports illustrated this week. hawkeye forward jarrod uthoff is on the s-i cover -- months after the iowa football l am was also on the cover. and the magazine calls uthoff a candidate for national player of the year. it also described the hawkeye basketll team as
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america's biggest surprise. the hawkeyes are currently 5th in the a-p poll and 7th h the u-s-a today coaches poll. today is national signing day for college football recruits. it cou tip the balance for several programs this year... some of the biggest announcements start as early as 7 iowa time. many remember today, february third, as "the day the music died." today marks the 56th anniversary of the plane crash that killed buddy holly, big bopper. the plane crashed in north iowa during a blizzard. the three had just played their last show at the surf ballroom in clear lake. buddy holly was 22 years old when he died... the big bopper was 28. richie valens -- just 17. people in iowa city can give the city's recycling departme their old wine corks. last month officials launched a program to collect wooden corks at the east side recycling center. the city says it plans to send corks to a non-profit organization that finds new uses for cork. some of the group's products include e hings like foooear and yoga mats. the city says it's just another way to keep
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unnecessary items out of the landfill. "i think it helps people understand that little things like corks reallyre recyclable, and we can think about this small and can make a difference, another neat thing is it doesn't have to be limited to the city, restaurants can sign up and just have a bucket. " the landfill says recycling cork has taken off in recent years. this floor in the education building at the east side recycling center is made of cork. now here's our morning mugshot on your wednesday. enjoy a day or learning and bird watching at the bald eagle watch and expo. this event is sponsored by the u-s army corps of engineers at coralville lake. three. speakers and exhibitors will be at north central junior high in north liberty. the outdoor viewing site is at tailwater west picnic shelter -- just downstream from the coralville lake dam. and binoculars will be provided. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'u'like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com. " " here's what you need to know as
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door on your wednesday. voters passed a bond vote for the college community school district. the district is now getting 49 point 5 million dollars to add 20 classrooms to the high school. it will also update safety and security systems in three of its elementary schools. voters rejected the 47 mimiion dollar bond plan in waterloo. the district would have used that money for career and technical education programs in a new 35 million dollar career center. east and west high schools would have also had renovation prprects.
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today is national signing day for college football recruits. it's the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding letter of intent to a college program. some of the biggest announcements start in just a few minutes at seven a-m. the hawkeyes have 25 verbal commitments, the cyclones have 24. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... we are still o otrack to see some snow move across the area during the morning commute. this will be a bit of a fluffier snow this time around and with wind increasing behind it, this will all lead to a slick commute. mbine this with fal@ing temperatures, and it may be hazardous for several hours. plan wind to also gust to 35-40mph, especially during the morning hours. wind will become much lighter late tonight. thursday continues to look dry and quiet with a snow chance still in the works for later on friday today: early am snow, windy high: 26-32 winds: nw 25-35 alo: 26 dbq: 29 iow: 30tonight: clearing out, colder low: 6-12 winds: nw 5-15 alo: 4 dbq: 9 iow: 15tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 26-32 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 32tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: 15-2-2 winds: : 5-10 alo: 17 dbq: 1717
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e 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- tv9 news at midday. have a
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good m mning, america. the battle for new hampshire. >> bernie, bernie, bernie. >> bernie sanders drawing huge crowds as hillary clinton tries to close the gap and dond trump back on the stump after that second place finish in iowa. some calling new hampshire do or die for his campaign. >> we're going to start winning again. we're going to win so much. >> trump talks to george live this morning right here on "gma." tens of millions in the path of dangerous tornadoes as twisters tear through the south.
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