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clear roads, others in the north are waking up to this. the system dropped snow a couple of inches snow overnight. it's the biggest day for primary voters and caucus goers. some candidates expect big wins by the end of super tuesday, while others are chasing down the frontrunners . a battle of foods reaps benefits for customers in cedar rapids. a hunger games style restaurant week starts today. good tuesday morning! its 5 a-m on march 1st. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... light snow is possible through
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for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there for the weekend, and especially going into next week.today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 33tonight: clear and cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18 iow: 22tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 34-40 winds: s 5-10 alo: 35 dbq: 32 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 26-32 winds: se 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 26 iow: 30 thanks kaj. now we'll get a check on our road conditions in our mobile
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gehrts is out there now. justin, what do the roads look like now? well, chris and nicole the roads right now are pretty slick. i am . here we got a mix of rain and snow which made for the wet roads. we are just about to approach independence. here they got a couple of
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nearly 15-hundred delegates are up for grabs today in the race for the white house. super tuesday represents just more than 20% of the all delegates that will be considered for the nominations. taking a look at the delegate assignments so far according to bloomberg politics... on the republican side, donald trump has 81 delegates. ted cruz and marco rubio are tied with 17. ben carson and john kasich have single digit delegates assigned. for the democrats hillary clinton leads with 448 and 358 of those are super delegates. while bernie sanders has 80 with 15 super delegates. clinton is riding a wave of support after her big finish in south carolina. in the most recent polls, clinton is expected to finish even stronger
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the g-o-p competitors but sanders is not giving up. "if i were grading some of those republicans, remember the little box that used to be on your kids' report cards? play well with others. i'd have to put a big no. democracy requires that we play well with others." "we are listening to the american people and their pain and their needs rather than hustling all over the country, collecting millions of dollars from the one percent. " donald trump is leading in the polls for most of the voting states today. ted cruz and marco rubio are neck and neck for second place and are trying to cut down trump's lead. a cedar rapids man accused of attempted murder is awaiting extradition to iowa. u-s marshals arrested 28- year-old cordarryl smith in ottawa, illinois yesterday. authorities took him into custody after they say he tried to get away. police were searching for smith
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shot a 38 year old man twice back in september. it happened outside of a home at 15-32 4th avenue southeast. the man survived his injuries. a waterloo man convicted of killing a man last year will get a new trial. 25-year-old perquondis holmes faces a first degree murder charge for the death in 20-13. his attorneys say the judge shouldn't have allowed prosecutors to use some facebook photos during the trial. the pictures showed him and another man using gang signs. police say holmes shot at another car that had an apartment year has not set a date for holmes' new trial. public safety director is in trouble for not cooperating with officers during a drunken hit-and-run incident involving his stepson. court records show dave visin's stepson, sean carter, was drunk when his truck hit two cars
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visin picked up carter, drove away and refused to pull over when police tried to stop them. visin claims he didn't know anything about carter's crash. he dropped carter off at a gas station and left before police got there. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. the city of ames is teaming up with iowa state to hire a consulting firm to look at safety issues along lincoln way. that's the same street where a cyride bus hit and killed 18 year old urbana native emmalee jacobs just over two months ago. ames city engineers say there is no correlation between the december hit and run and the safety study. they just want to make a busy road safer for everyone especially with continued growth in student population. "i think before we had a good balance between vehicles and cars but now when you have a heavy increase in pedestrian 1:28 we want to get ahead of it before we have safety concerns 3. " city leaders say the study is part of the city's long- range transportatio n plan. they are still working to finalize a deal with consulting firms. it may not feel like spring
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county commercial syrup producer says spring has come early. brian wolf and his family run big timber syrup near bankston. wolf says the recent warmer daily temperatures, combined with freezing overnight temperatures, mean the trees are rapidly producing syrup. even this morning's snow is helpful in the process. "we're about three weeks ahead of schedule actually. the weather has changed so fast and we had to hurry it up a little bit because we weren't expecting this. " big timber has already produced 200 gallons of maple syrup this season. wolf says, last year, they didn't even start the production process until march 10th. these two dishes are just a couple that will be featured throughout cedar rapids this week. these are beef short ribs, with a soy caramel glaze that will be served at zeppelins. something you wouldn't typically in our area. today kicks off cedar rapids restaurant week. and this year's theme is the hungry games. it's a way to recognize the best restaurants cedar rapids has to offer. kcrg-tv nine's brea love join us from the newsroom. brea, this week is also a social media competition?
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participating restaurants and vote for them online. each one is offering a 10 dollar lunch and 25 dollar dinner specials. the top four winners will participate in the dinner of champions next week. there, they will compete to be crowned the best restaurant in cedar rapids each one of the 29 participating will display their special dishes, in effort to win over costumers. it is chance for restaurants to show off their talents, and for customers to support local eateries. "theres so many restaurants that are family owned, small businesses, they're supporting families, and you have a lot of these people that come in every single day and they're just pouring their hearts out, giving all of their passion and all of their soul into trying to make that business work every single day." this the third annual year for restaurant week, and it runs through sunday. a link to the full list of participating restaurants is under this story on kcrg dot com. live in the newsroom, brea love, kcrg-tv nine news.
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are trying to figure out when to celebrate their kid's birthday. hospitals in dubuque and cedar rapids saw several leap day babies born yesterday. light snow is possible through
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temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the
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the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there for the weekend, and especially going into next week. today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29
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cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18 iow: 22tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 34-40 winds: s 5-10 alo: 35 dbq: 32 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 26-32
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newborns at eastern iowa hospitals will have some interesting birthday celebrations for the rest of their lives. they were all born yesterday -- leap day babies. that includes some in cedar rapids. unitypoint health - st. luke's hospital delivered 5 babies. parents had debates on wheer they would celebrate their child's birthday on the last day of february or the first day of march. and in dubuque, jason and mackenzie sertle of east dubuque welcomed their leap year baby boy. thomas melvin sertle arrived yesterday at mercy medical center. the senate agriculture committee chair will be presenting his
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good morning, this is the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. ---- the u-s senate is meeting up today to consider senate agriculture committee chair pat roberts biotechnolog y labeling solutions markup. and farm groups are lining up behind this legislation they think will head off a thread of patchwork g-m-o labeling laws. which they say are different labeling laws in different states in july.. vermont will be the first state to impose a mandatory labeling of foods that have g-m-os.. farm groups and senate backers think that legislation will create market chaos and higher food costs. on thursday the senate ag committee will mark up that
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there will be enough votes on the democrat side.. ---- according to the draft, the senate bill would require usda to set a voluntary national food labeling standard for genetically engineered foods, preempt state labeling laws on both gmo foods and seed, and require usda to provide consumers with information on the benefits of biotechnology.. roberts says he is open to amendments to the bill.. he hopes it will stop the labeling law in vermont from going into effect... ---- commodities are keeping with the down trend at the end of last week.. starting off this week mostly in the red... "the market tried to rally overnight on some short covering and some deliveries that were smaller than what people thought on the grain." "but reality hit the market here mid-session coming under pressure. it's a hangover effect from the negative outlook report the usda report put out last week. combined ending stocks bottom line corn, beans,
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1987. so, it's just the reality. large supplies and trying to reach the demand base that we can increase our exports. so far, we're not at that level." "the cattle market's finding some stability from cash cattle last week. really traded a whole range 135-137. so it's the strength of the cash market that's giving us a little bit of support." "the hog market continues to just run in place. packer margins are tightening up a little bit so a slower cash market. overall, the pork market has been flat the last several weeks. the market starting to look forward to the inventory report in march. expect that to show a slight increase in the breeding herd and again just an awful lot of meat that we have to chew through literally in 2016." ---- federal regulators in canada and the u-s announced new ways they hope to reduce the
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the two countries environmental administration s hope to reduce the levels by 40 percent.. by minimizing the extent of low oxygen "dead zones" in the central basin. the e-p-a says targets would then maintain algae growth at consistent levels.. the u-s committed in 2012 to combat growing threats of toxic algae development in lake erie.. by no later than february of 2018.. ---- and that's all i have for the show today.. thanks for joining us on the agribusiness report.. i'll see you 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 with the agribusiness report. trt 3.43 oc std the more than a dozen state
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come down to a battle of insults for the g-o-p. some are calling banter between marco rubio and donald trump something like the three stooges or even mean girls. stay with tv9. it's ---. light snow is possible through
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temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there for the weekend, and especially going into next week.today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 33tonight: clear and cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18
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mostly cloudy high: 34-40 winds: s 5-10 alo: 35 dbq: 32 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 26-32 winds: se 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 26 iow: 30 it's nothing new for
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but the insults between marco rubio and donald trump seem to go way beyond political differences. jeanne moos says they're fighting like children. which of the following is not an actual 2016 campaign insult? presidential candidate "maybe make sure his pants weren't wet." presidential candidate "a guy like rubio's a baby." "what, are you gonna cry now? cmon cry baby cry for me."the answer is c, though the electorate should be crying over what's become. "watch it jerk" "shut up idiot." "moron." "scab eater" a schoolboy fight for the presidency. presidential candidate "i call him little marco, that's what. he's little marco." presidential candidate "he's always calling me little marco." presidential candidate "little marco rubio." presidential candidate "have you seen his hands. they're like this." presidential candidate "little mouth on him bing bing bing bing bing bing." presidential candidate "and you know what they say about men with small hands...you can't trust them." "who started this?" "i don't know. you started it." but instead of flinging mud...
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water bottles, imitating a dry-mouthed rubio, with a tendency to sweat bullets. presidential candidate "and i looked at the puddle on the ground and i said 'what is that, what is it?' presidential candidate "he doesn't sweat cause pores clogged from spray tan he uses" presidential candidate "donald is not gonna make america great, he's gonna make america orange."some compare the race to mean girls. "you're plastic, cold shiny hard plastic." what's next? will the bitter rivals start rapping their insults? "is that a tank top or a new bra?"the candidates may hate the press but they're starting to sound like anchorman. "your hair looks stupid." presidential candidate "but he's flying around on hair force 1" at least rubio and trump... aren't whacking each other with antennas... yet. jeanne moos presidential candidate "donald trump like to sue people, he should sue whoever did that to his face."cnn presidential candidate "he was putting on
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trt 1.53 oc std voters in a small washington county town will decide the fate of their community center today. city leaders in kalona have put forward a multi-million bond vote for renovations. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---.
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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. a mix of wintry precipitation is in eastern iowa for your morning commute. super tuesday. 20-16 presidential candidates are hoping to pick up crucial delegates on this big day. hungry games. today is the start of restaurant week in cedar rapids and competition is
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you're looking live on our citycam. could be a messy drive into work this morning. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... light snow is possible through mid-morning with temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there for the weekend, and especially going into next week.today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 33tonight: clear and cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18 iow: 22tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 34-40 winds: s 5-10 alo: 35 dbq: 32 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 26-32 winds: se 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 26 iow: 30
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out in our mobile weather lab this morning. justin, where are you and how are the roads looking? well, chris and nicole the roads right now are pretty slick. i am . here we got a mix of rain and snow which made for the wet roads. two people are in the hospital after an early
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fire department responded to 702 9th street sw just before 2 a-m. fire crews said they got the
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two people are in the hospital after an early morning fire. the cedar rapids fire department responded to 702 9th street sw just before 2 a-m. fire crews said they got the flames under control as of 2:30 but were looking for hotspots. officials are uncertain what the cause is yet but have called out an investigator. an ambulance took two people to u-i-h-c for smoke inhalation today will be the biggest test for the remaining presidential candidates. it's super tuesday, meaning there are more delegates at stake today than any other single day in the primary season. taking a look at the delegate assignments so far according to bloomberg politics... for the democrats, hillary clinton leads with 448 and 358 of those are super delegates. bernie sanders has 80 with 15 super delegates. on the republican side, donald trump has 81 delegates. ted cruz and marco rubio are tied with 17. ben carson and john kasich have single digit delegates. in the hours leading up to today, cruz and rubio
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trump. the republican frontrunner also came under fire from his own party. one g-o-p representativ e from nebraska says he hopes the election doesn't come down to trump and hillary clinton. "i am not voting for hillary clinton. given what we know about donald trump, i can't vote for him either. i took an oath to protect, defend the constitution. if those are the two major party nominees, and i hope they're not, i have to look for a third party option. " clinton focused her efforts on attacking the g-o-p and not sanders, who is still confident he can win the nomination. while iowa's caucuses were exactly one month ago, some eastern iowans are heading to the polls today for local votes. voters in ainsworth will choose a new city council member today. the mayor resigned in january -- which lead to the appointment of a city council member to that position. the polls are open from noon to 8 pm today at the ainsworth fire station. while voters in kalona will vote on a bond referendum for a new community center. city leaders say the current
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down and needs to be renovated. would cost a taxpayer with a home assessed at $100,000 dollars, an extra $92.34 per year. it's restaurant week in cedar rapids! it kicks off during lunch today, with the theme " the hungry games" the event is a way to recognize the best restaurants this area has to offer. kcrg-tv9's brea love join us at the desk this morning. brea, the week involves a social media competition? yes, it's the competition, before the competition. foodies can dine at more than two dozen participating restaurants. they will be served special menu items, at special prices, and then vote for their favorites. and the top four, get to compete to see who is the best in cedar rapids. preparations are underway, and plates are being perfected. while this may be the third year for restaurant week, it's zepplin's first. and these cooks, have a game plan. "trying to keep things fun, show a little bit of the talent that the kitchen staff has in the kitchen, and be able to give our regular costumers something new." it's using dishes like sticky beef short ribs, glazed with soy caramel to come
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something you wouldn't see on the normal menu. "people always like to see that little extra step and when you put a lot of different flavors onto a plate, as long as they combine to make one wonderful plate." zepplin's and 28 other participating restaurants hope those wonderful plates send them to the top chef style, dinner of champions competition on march 10th. there the best restaurant in cedar rapids will be crowned. but restaurant week isn't only about competition. officials say it's a call to action for the community to support local. "in the restaurant business the margins are very small, they don't have huge ad budgets, huge marketing budgets, so to be able to do things this engaging, this fun, that brings in the social element, that brings in the competition element, the restaurants are really excited about it." oathout says restaurant week is something very important for local food. "there's so many restaurants that are family owned, small businesses, they're supporting families, and you have a lot of these people that come in every single day and they're just pouring their hearts out, giving all of their passion and all of their
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business work every single day." restaurant week runs through sunday. i've put a full list of the participating restaurants under this story on kcrg dot com. chris and nicole? i'm hoping to try a place this week. thanks a lot brea. the finalists are in for march's kcrg-tv9 student of the month. our first student is jimena fierro perez. she's a 13 year old from west liberty middle school. jimena loves computer science and helped start a technology club for girls in 6th - 8th grade. she's involved in music and athletics and is working hard in school for the opportunity to go to college. next up, a senior from keota high school, grace shemanski . the 18 year old is a regular on the honor roll and is involved in numerous activities in
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athletics. she has also worked as an intern for the mississippi valley regional blood center. we'll round out our finalists with mitchell mccauley, a sophomore at center point urbana. mitchell is natural leader and at the top of his class in school. in addition to his involvement in athletics and local non-profits, he participates in f-c-a - fellowship of christian athletes. you can vote now for our student of the month. head to kcrg dot com slash student of the month to find the ballot and more information about our finalists. we'll feature the winner at the end of the month. self-driving cars may be the new frontier for the auto industry. but no one said charting new territory was easy. one company is in trouble this morning for a driverless car accident. light snow is possible through
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temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s,
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light snow is possible through mid-morning with temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there
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and especially going into next week. today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 33tonight: clear and cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18 iow: 22tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 34-40 winds: s 5-10 alo: 35 dbq: 32 iow: 37tomorrow night: chance of snow low: 26-32 winds: se 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 26 iow: 30
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more and more people are turning to their computers to do their shopping. and that's forcing some once-popular stores to close some of their locations. stay with your 24 hour news
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red by the closing bell yesterday. of the three major indeces, only one posted a slight gain for february. stocks ended february on a negative note as oil prices rose. the dow jones fell 124 points. the s and p dropped 15. the nasdaq -- 32. oil prices are now above 33 dollars a barrel. although february ended on a weak note, the dow did the best for the month. it rose three tenths of a percent. with online shopping on the rise, retailers are struggling to figure out how many brick and mortar stores will be best for business. walmart says it will close 154 u-s stores. macy's is closing 36. sears -- 50. smaller specialty chains like h and m are on the rise. those stores offer a quick turnover of stylish and inexpensive items. a google self-driving car has been in the first accident where the car is to blame. a self-driving lexus s-u-v was testing in california and hit a bus in mid-february. there were no injuries,
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car's fender and some sensors. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam.
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temperatures hanging around 30 for most of the day in many areas. watch the area roads over the northern half of the area especially for slick conditions during the commute. tonight, a combo of clear sky and light wind should allow for temperatures to drop into the upper teens to low 20s, depending on snow cover. tomorrow, plan on clouds to increase again as another weak system comes across iowa for tomorrow night. snow accumulation s, if any, appear to be very light once again. a warming trend is still out there for the weekend, and especially going into next week.today: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 28 dbq: 29 iow: 33tonight: clear and cool low: 17-23 winds: nw 5-10 alo: 15 dbq: 18 iow: 22tomorrow: mostly cloudy high: 34-40
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night: chance of snow low: 26-32 winds: se 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 26 iow: 30 thanks kaj. here's scott saville with what's coming up in sports.
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state. and the fans said good bye to one of the greatest players ever to play for the cyclones. george niang along with abdel nader and jameel mckay. and a great game for the seniors nader for three of his game high 19.. and then the ally oop to mckay who throws it down.. but the cowboys cut the lead to 27-25 at the break on the jeff newberry buzzer beater.. a good second half for big george with the spinning kiss for two of his 17.. and then george right down the lane for the finger roll.. and the clones took a 49-43 lead on another nader trey.. iowa state holds on for the 58-50 win heres big george after the game. i have never been so nervous before a game but i happy we can leave this place the right way. sot :12 oc: "leave this place the right way "
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today at wells fargo arena in the late game tonight west branch took on defending state champion unity christian in the 2a quarter- finals and the bears led by as many as 5 in the first quarter.. haily poula hits the jumper.. but unity christian is tough and they came back for the 52-33 win.. still a great season for the bears who made it to the state tournament for the first time in 44 years...also tonight okoboji beat pekin 48-44.. john campbell continues our coverage with sprinville and kingsley peirson. the orioles responded by opening up a 7 point lead on the breakout to maddy wagaman. how about the inside presence of mikayla nachazel. springville by 6 at the break. the birds upped the lead to 14 on the feed to rylee menster. she also hit some key free throws at the end and springville knocks off kingsley pierson 60-53 thanks in part to 24 points from nachazel. "she is a dynamic post player.she can use both hands.
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both ways" the trojans took control early. emily busta from long range.sadie nymeyer plugs the meter. before half shelby reicks slices the mt, ayr defense. 33-25 at the break. it was a 2 point game with 2 mins to go and reicks comes through again from the field and from the line. she had 17 and turkey valley holds off my ayr 55-51. "i know that when we need to get on a roll i try my best to make things happen by driving or getting other people open."kee high's state tourney debut not as memorable. courtney cooper connects and their 9 pt halftime lead was down to 2. they were still on top on the fourth when
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but burlington norte dame opened things up. riley mcbride rainbow three. later emma lynch inside and the nikes knock off kee high 55-51. john campbell tv9 sports the boys were playing for a trip to state tonight in class 3a. scott westerberg starts our team coverage in iowa city. --xavier and mt. pleasant playing at iowa city west....we pick this one up in the 3rd....ryan stulken with the two-handed flush....saints up 11.... --more from stulken...this time he takes the in-bounds pass and lays it in...plus the foul....xavier running away with this one, up 15.... --but mt. pleasant makes a run....jordan magnani takes it hard to the rack and scores....pant hers within 9... xavier would take care of business after that....max techau, the hoop and harm as the saints are headed back to state with the 63-47 win.... --to the cell center for wahlert and waverly-shell rock.....go-hawks got a big game from center austin phyfe. this bucket pulls w-sr within 1.... --more from phyfe...the uni recruit gets by a couple defenders for two of his 20 points...he also added a dozen boards... --wahlert
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the other end as josh schmitt buries a 3.... --then it's future hawkeye cordell pemsl with the bucket...the golden eagles are headed to des moines with a chance to 3-peat after their 50-45 win. scott westerberg kcrg-tv9 sports. the second game at the cell tonight matched highway one rivals mount vernon and solon. and the mustangs came out bombs away tommy hook with the triple.. solon answers with the baseline drive from streeter mcliravy for two of his . and the look at mcilravy with the nice look to jacob coons for two down low.. mount vernon answered from downtown again this time it is austin ash connecting.. but solon jumped out to a 30-18 halftime lead luke ira with the long ball and the spartans are headed to state with the 49-42 win.
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good tuesday morning to you. you're looking live on our city cam. it's march first, here's what you need to know today.
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weather moving in for your morning commute. we're live in the mobile weather lab with road conditions. it's super tuesday. more delegates are at stake today than any other day in the primary season. republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton are the heavy favorites. the city of ames and iowa state university is conducting a study of the safety of the road where a cyride bus hit and killed 18 year old emmalee jacobs. one dubuque county syrup producer is ahead of the game this year thanks to the warm temperatures during the day and the cold temperatures at night. today is the start of cedar rapids restaurant week. this year, restaurant- goers will have the chance to vote for their favorite meal through social media. 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

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