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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. cedar rapids fire crews pulled one person out of a major house fire on the city's northwest side overnight... the cedar rapids fire department says crews saved 1 man from a house fire this morning. crews responded to 611 a avenue nw just before 2. when they ar outside thanks to the help of a neighbor. firefighters had to rescue a 22-year-old man. first responders took both people to the hospital. fire officials say there is significant damage to the home. in a kcrg t-v nine follow up... investigators say smoking materials on the front porch likely started a fire that killed a woman in washington. that's according to the washington evening journal. firefighters found deshia matthew inside the home at 116
others in the home were receiving care under optimae life services, which provides care to those with disabilities. in chicago, firefighters say someone intentionally set this fire that killed 4 people -- 3 of them children. the fire started around 1:30 this morning in a south chicago neighborhood. police say some set the fire on a porch after a domestic fight. it took around 200 firefighters from 58 fire companies about 3 hours say they saw several people jumping from windows trying to escape the flames. police are now searching for a person of interest in this case, wanted for questioning. a roadside bomb in afghanistan claimed the life of an american solider and hurt another. it also injured six afghan soldiers. the u-s military says it happened during a training and advisory operation in the helmand province. the attack comes 1 day after the military sent 100 u-s troops to that area
be at higher risk of falling to the taliban. nats of explosion and in iraq, iraqi forces are pushing toward the city of mosul in their fight against isis. militants are burning crude oil to create thick plumes of smoke to try to reduce visibility in the area, which makes it more difficult for war planes flying overhead. iraq military members say soldiers are sensing a weakening in isis as they push president obama is flying to baton rouge this morning to see the damage caused by the flooding that also killed 13 people. the president will tour neighborhoods affected by the high water. later this afternoon, he will deliver a statement at the east baton rouge parish. more than 60,000 homes are damaged and the devastation is described as the worst since superstorm sandy hit the east
this first day of school in cedar rapids, but that may not be the case for students who start tomorrow. what can they expect justin? clouds slowly increase across the area as the afternoon goes on. it'll be another fair day with highs in the lower 80s. showers and thunderstorms come in tonight and generally wind down early tomorrow. some may produce heavy rain. a few storms may fire up again late tomorrow and tomorrow night, mainly down a bit again, too, dropping back to the 70s for the end of the week. we'll watch storm chances again this weekend, mainly early saturday and early sunday. today: mostly sunny and breezy. slightly warmer. wind: s 10-20 with gusts to 25 possible. high: 82 alo: 82 dbq: 81 iow: 83 tonight: storms likely. heavy rain po blame the weather. that's what blame the weather. that's what
it comes to the drop in attendance this year. some days were rainy, some hot and humid, and others just right for people who wanted to see the exhibits, eat the food and ride the rides. the attendance numbers were at 1,031,278. that's down about 86,000 people compared to year. the city of vinton is thinking about buying the iowa braille and sight saving school -- for just $1 dollar. but it's not as simple as a single dollar bill. the school had offered specialized courses for blind students. but it ran at a deficit, and the buildings need more than $1 million dollars in repair work. so the school's board of regents asked the city if it's interested in buying the campus. now the city will consider this option.
regents, the americorps, the state legislature and city council and have a collective meeting with all those folks to see where we stand and what positions we'd like to address." the braille school opened in 1852 as the iowa college for the blind and closed as a residential program in 2011. new this midday... mcdonald's is now recalling millions of fitness bands, bec irritations and burns they've caused to children. last week, the fast food chain said it would stop giving them out in their happy meals. but now, they're recalling 29 million of them. the consumer product safety commission says they've gotten more than 70 reports involving children. the step it fitness bands look like watches and are supposed to track physical activity. today, the university of northern iowa is hosting a forum designed to strengthen response in the area following a hate crime. the u-s department of justice,
state and local agencies will participate. it's similar to this forum in dubuque back in june. the group will look at how authorities and support agencies respond to a hate crime as well. it's set for 6 at u-n-i's center for urban education on sycamore street in waterloo. there will be a similar forum next month in cedar rapids. big brothers big sisters of johnson county needs about 50 volunteers, so they're hosting an open house today. it gives people a chance to learn about mentoring local young people can head to corridor coffee on highway 965 in north liberty to learn more. today's meeting goes from 11:30 to 1:30. for months, doctors in countries in central and south america have worked with babies born with zika virus complications. and now, mothers in the u-s are dealing with that reality. we look at just some of the complications babies can face by looking at what this little girl is dealing with. and coming up in our next half
wind down early tomorrow. some may produce heavy rain. a few storms may fire up again late tomorrow and tomorrow night, mainly south of i-80. temperatures come down a bit again, too, dropping back to the 70s for the end of the week. we'll watch storm chances again this weekend, mainly early today: mostly sunny and breezy. slightly warmer. wind: s 10-20 with gusts to 25 possible. high: 82 alo: 82 dbq: 81 iow: 83 tonight: storms likely. heavy rain po thanks justin.
now sharing her family's story. she gave birth to a little girl born with complications from the virus. cnn's elizabeth cohen introduces us to them. micaela looks like any other seven week old baby -- but she's not. because her mother, maria mendoza, had zika when she was three months pregnant. she caught the disease in venezuela and gave birth here in miami. this scan of micaela's eye shows scarring on her retina caus mri's also found calcifications in her brain - deposits of calcium that shouldn't be there. "i cried a lot. one always thinks the worst is going to happen because you don't know what part of the brain was damaged. doctors wouldn't say a lot because they were doing a bunch of tests...it was terrible. it still is. the fear is still there. "dr. marcelo laufer, an infectious disease specialist at nicklaus
of micaela. "she has cerebral calcifications, which are pieces of calcifying tissue in the brain, which means at some point that part of the brain was infected." what do these calcifications mean for micaela's future? "i don't know, she's only 2 months old."he said doctors will have to be vigilant. "with michaela you'll be watching hearing problems vision problems and cognitive development problems" "correct." "and how long will you be watching" "oh a long time"every day, micaela's mother does physical therapy with her, to make sure she develops good muscle tone. she said the doctors are optimistic that with therapy and constant monitoring, micaela will be fine. but she and her husband.won't be su.fore ay positive, aot of fai ind and ami and trying to avoid zika. we eir homes because it's a situat impossible to cope with. it's an anguish that will keep you awake elizabeth cohen, cnn, doral, florida. many people enjoy a bowl of
gravity separator.. which is used along with cleaning.. for dry granular separation.. on food grade grain and cereal. "a gravity separator is basically a more precise mean of density separation. my name is alan gaul and i'm the seed conditioning specialist here at iowa state university seed science center. basically we have a layer of seed that's at least three to five seeds deep. air is introduced, it starts to lift the seed. and at that basically floating. the heavy seed sinks to the bottom and the light seed floats on the top of the layer. the heavy materials make contact with the deck, and the deck is shaking in such a way that anything touching the deck actually works its way up the hill. since we're at least three seeds deep. the product in the top layer is now more or less isolated from the effect of the shape. and since the deck is sloped it tends to run down the hill pulled down by gravity. heavy product is working uphill, and the light product is going down. and the entire mass working down the length of the machine. at this point we wind up with a range from the lightest product to the heaviest product. typically the light is
it's thought to be the better seed. and then the difficult part is deciding what we're going to keep and what we're throwing away. nats" gaul says a gravity separator can make three to six fractions of weight measurement depending on the application. he adds technology like this improves the quality of what farmers and consumers use.. ---- the pro farmer tour starts up this week.. n on the board.. "got a little bit of green, kind of a mixed bag starting off the week. corn lower, real choppy though, mostly sideways, kind of getting spillover weakness from the wheat." "trade with wheat being lower. not any fresh news over the weekend, lack of farmer selling still supporting the market here today despite the choppy, penny, penny and a half lower trade. over to the beans, got a little more excitement here we do have a bit of a fresh sale to an unknown
that is supporting the market. it's all based off demand and that will be the key to keep the market supported." "little surprising trade here today, we started off lower based off the cattle on feed report just being a tad bit bearish friday afternoon. key will be cash trade this week. i think the bulls will still want 120-120+ to hold the market together. and we also got to see too how the labor day demand bookings ended up too." "choppy lackluster, still not very impressive. i just don't see much going on in the hogs at all with the big, big supplies overhanging the market. i think you still want to be a seller." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw a run of 367 head of sheep. feeder lambs fetched the days high average price of $2.06 per pound, while fed lambs averag auction.. they saw a high average price ranging from $150 to $180 per head. ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for tuning in... i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard when you crack open a fizzy,
"hot dish". this confluence of iowa, wisconsin and minnesota also leads to different words -- for the same thing. ginna roe took to the streets of la crosse, wisconsin to find out which words people prefer. "a pop" "i call it pop," "definitely soda....... pop just doesn't sound right." one of the oldest border battles... what you call your fizzy drink. whether it's a pop or soda-- it's one of those words specific to your region. just like where you take a
ever use water fountain.""we say bubbler." "i've never heard bubbler in minnesota." with just a river to separate us... or maybe just the other side of the state--- the words we use differ from place to place. "we all speak differently and we all have that same sort of pride about our language,"ass ociate professor stephen mann is socio- linguist....he studies the way people speak. and he says the words we use are influenced by those around us. here in la crosse... it dates back cet "you have a lot of different peoples who settled in this area. you have the german settlers, you have norwegian settlers, you have the french coming through, and so you have all that influence."how about this cook book? what do you see? "it's definitely a hot dish." "casserole." "casserole kind of sounds like from the olden-days," whoever you ask, their answer is always right. "many people feel the way we speak is the right way to speak because it's what we grew up hearing,"our language is a part of our identity--- and we don't like to be wrong. "i think it express who they are and where they came from it kind of shows who they are" and though we each
the calendar always wins in life -- and for tens of thousands of students, today is the start of the school year. and we talk to seniors who are heading into washington high school after recent fallout from a scandal involving a substitute teacher and a student. and we take you out west where firefighters are dealing with multiple, large fires in several states, some of which are forcing evacuations and destroying homes. meteorologist justin gehrts
y22jmy yixy district to serve students. for students and parents in southeast iowa city, getting to a junior high for tomorrow's first day could require some planning... and patience. more jousting between the hillary clinton and donald trump camps -- as we approach 11 weeks until election day. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour n midday. this week students across iowa are heading back to school. and in cedar rapids, it means some students are attending a newly- created magnet school. school leaders helped students snip the opening ribbon at kenwood leadership academy magnet school this morning. the school was kenwood elementary school. along with a new name, the
their students while they learn. this is the second magnet school for the cedar rapids school district. they also have johnson steam academy. it's not just the first day for students in cedar rapids, but two new interim administrator s at washington high school. last night the school board approved their positions. carlos grant will serve as interim principal for washington for this academic school year. he previously served as principal at cedar rapids metro. ralph plagman, who had served in that position for the last 35 years. plagman says the district forced him to retire because of a sex scandal involving a student and substitute teacher. last night the board also approved grant schultz as the interim activities director at wash for the upcoming academic year. he previously served as the wellness and physical education facilitator. schultz replaces mike johnson, who also retired because of the scandal. it follows the high school's investigation
exploitation by a school employee. many students heading into classrooms at washington are very aware of the changes. kcrg t-v nine's brea love spoke to students who says seniors she spoke with are approaching their first day with a positive attitude. plenty of familiar faces will walk through the doors at washington high school tuesday morning. but students say although things look the same, they will feel different. senior hallie cooper says she was shocked by dr. 50:23 "all of the students were like, this can't be real what is going on, but overtime i think everyone has gotten used to it and we know we need to look forward instead of look backward, so we know we need to continue doing what we would be doing if he was here. senior peter nassif says he hopes administration takes an open approach to the situation. 52:03 "i really hope that they approach and talk about the elephant in the room, because if they don't it will just be awkward, so i hope they say something about it." new interim principal dr. carlos grant says he plans to do just that. he wants students and staff to
moment for all of us, it is not healthy to have a traumatic event happen and then act like it didn't happen. its more useful that we take this as an opportunity to teach kids how to deal with these situations and help them move to the next level in their life." he says he plans to make students feel as comfortable as possible on their first day and throughout the year. 55:12 "the number one thing you can do is get out and meet them, shake hands, have conversations, let them know that we're still here to encourage and support them." nassif says he's ready to embrace the changes, and finish out senior year. 52:24 "dr. grant seems like a really good guy, like i've heard a lot of good things about him so i think he will lead us really well."
school will have to deal with this construction situation. over the weekend crews shut down first avenue in iowa city from bradford to mall drive. that's where they're working to build an underpass below some railroad tracks. the site is very close to southeast jr high school. the road is scheduled to be closed through labor day. buses and parents will have to take alternative routes. today people have the chance to meet some of principals during a meet and greet. all of them are either new to the district or their position. this is at the educational services center on north dodge street from 4:45 to 5:15 today. also heading back to school today are linn mar and dubuque students. iowa city students start up tomorrow. and most waterloo students begin on thursday. as the school year begins, we are looking for nominations for the kcrg- tv9
month" and click the nominate button. we'll announce three finalists on the first tuesday of every month. it was a great start this morning for students who wanted to walk to school. what can they expect this afternoon when they wrap up their school day? clouds slowly increase across the area as the afternoon goes on. it'll be another fair day with highs in the lower 80s. showers and h wind down early tomorrow. some may produce heavy rain. a few storms may fire up again late tomorrow and tomorrow night, mainly south of i-80. temperatures come down a bit again, too, dropping back to the 70s for the end of the week. we'll watch storm chances again this weekend, mainly early saturday and early sunday. today: mostly sunny and breezy. slightly warmer. wind: s 10-20 with gusts to 25 possible. high: 82 alo: 82 dbq: 81 iow: 83 tonight: storms likely. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15.
cedar rapids police say a man pulled from a house fire this morning has died of his injuries. police say firefighters had to pull 22 year old naquave whitlock from the burning home at 611 a avenue nw. crews responded just before 2 this morning. when they arrived, a neighbor used a ladder to rescue a 20 year old woman from the home. she suffered no life threatening injuries. first responders took both to the hospital, but doctors pronounced whitlock dead when he arrived. the home sustained significant damage. crews say a frying pot with grease was left unattended and started the fire. firefighters are on long days
conditions. in california, a destructive wildfire continues to grow, where officials put more than 2,400 people under evacuation orders. it's also destroyed 36 homes and 16 other buildings. this is video from a fire burning in santa barbara county. one firefighter explains why it's so difficult fighting fires in california. "brendan halle, vista fire dept. - "i think the state of california we've been in five years of drought and you're seeing explosive fire behavior and we're fighting fires caused by water we don't have with water we don't really have ." dealing with the issues. this is video taken of the yale road fire in washington state that is also forcing evacuations there a plan to expand silica sand mining in clayton county is moving ahead but with some controversy. the county approved the first reading of an ordinance that allows a company to rezone farmland for heavy industrial use. pattison sand company is mining sand that will be used for fracking, which is the process of
allowing an expansion would affect their quality of life, and will have environmental risks. "we're disappointed they did not take the many months of the study group more seriously. they passed a few of the restrictions" " the majority of the neighbors are comfortable with what we are doing. " the county supervisors must approve 2 more readings to rezone the land for future underground sand mining. the county's board of adjustment will also have to sign off on the plan. hillary clint between herself and donald trump as the election is 11 weeks out. and there's also issue with trump delaying his immigration policy. abc's maggie rulli has the latest in this your voice your vote. rallying an enthusiastic crowd in akron, ohio last night... trump nat: i just get the feeling were going to win in a landslide. donald trump once again asking african- americans for their vote...before a mostly white audience trump: we'll get rid of the crime, you'll be able to walk
the statistics, we'll straighten it out. and now he's expanding his plea to hispanics as well. abc political analyst rick klein says, trumps outreach to minority voters - is also for white voters. klein: he wants to give white voters comfort more themes on repeat - trump appears to be softening his firm stance on immigration... and he once again accuses the democrats of rigging the election against him. trump asks his supporters to make sure they 'watch' the polls trump: "and when i say watch, you know what i'm talking about right? you know what i'm talking about." rick klein - an idea that the electino could be stolen has no proof meanwhile controversy over hillary clinton's emails continue... emals released by a conservative watch dog group appear to show a closer relationship between the clinton foundation and the state department while clinton was secretary of state. and the fbi has handed over 15,000 new emails off cliinton's private server for the state department to review. last night on jimmy kimmel - clinton seems to laugh off the allegations: clinton: jimmy my emails are so boring ... already released so many whats a few more tag: meanwhile - both trump and clinton are preparing for the main events - their debates this fall. there's little doubt that these debates will be the widely anticipated, and likely most-watched, presidential bates ever. . maggie rullic newn
people in central city... as mercy care community physicians opens, the company says it sees an increased need for local access to healthcare in that area, which prompted the new facility. people can attend a ribbon cutting and open house this afternoon at the clinic on highway 13. it goes from 4 until 6. tonight the city of coralville will talk about a new ordinance regarding air b-n-b renters. the proposal would ban short-term rentals, which is defined as renting a home fewer than 90 consecutive days. most short
city says they've received a lot of complaints about these types of renters for noise and parking problems. one of the "final five" from team u-s-a's gymnastics team will now become a judge for the miss america competition. and doctors forced aretha franklin to cancel some of her shows. we look at why and when the superstar will once again take the stage. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. clouds slowly increase across the
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the area as the afternoon goes on. it'll be another fair day with highs in the lower 80s. showers and thunderstorms come in tonight and generally wind down early tomorrow. some may produce heavy rain. a few storms may fire up night, mainly south of i-80. temperatures come down a bit again, too, dropping back to the 70s for the end of the week. we'll watch storm chances again this weekend, mainly early saturday and early sunday. today: mostly sunny and breezy. slightly warmer. wind: s 10-20 with gusts to 25 possible. high: 82 alo: 82 dbq: 81 iow: 83 tonight: storms likely. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. low: 67 alo: 68 dbq: 68 iow: 68 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, mainly in the morning. a few may redevelop in
5-15 high: 80 alo: 81 dbq: 80 iow: 82 tom. night: isolated storms, mainly south. wind: nw 5-10. low: 63 alo: 60 dbq: 62 iow: 64 thursday: partly sunny. high: 77 low: 63 friday: mostly sunny. high: 76 low: 54 saturday: chance of storms. high: 77 low: 61 sunday: chance of storms. high: 80 low: 61 monday: partly cloudy. high: 81 low: 60 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 80 low: 62 wednesday: partly cloudy. high:
doctors forced aretha franklin to cancel some concerts. and just how well did the olympics rate for television viewership this year? we've got answers with jason nathanson in the showbiz wrap. forget the r-e-s-p-e-c-t - aretha fra orders, the 74 year old singer is cancelling some upcoming shows to rest up. she's taking more than a month off, missing at least two big gigs at radio city music hall, including a 90th birthday celebration for friend tony bennett. look for her to hit the stage again in november. everyone can relax, leonardio dicaprio is ok. yes, the oscar winner was in a car accident over the weekend - he and danish supermodel girlfriend
cops say it was minor, dicaprio's range rover was bumped from behind, and everyone is fine. one olympic star has booked her first post-rio gig - gabby douglas is flipping from the gym mat to the judging panel for the miss america competition. the gymnast joins a group that includes mark cuban, musician cole swindell, and actress sara foster. now we're just waiting to see which gymnast joins the next season of dancing with the stars - you know it's going to happen. and speaking of the olympics - the ratings for the closing ceremony were down big. in the early numbers, just under 17 million watched on nbc sunday night - compared to 31 million in 2012 for london. overall, the ratings will probably be down double digits when the final numbers are in. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. when apple updates s will come with a correction brought on barbara streisand. the superstar singer
assistant pronounced her name incorrectly, using a "z" sound instead of an "s" sound in the middle of her name. so, streisand called apple c-e-o tim cook, and now he's fixing the issue. with the school year opening this week for so many students... time to dress up those vegetables to make them into something truly delicious -- and not a victim of that bottom drawer of the refridgerato r where good intentions turn to mold... next on kcrg- tv 9. i worked years to get my medicare don't know where i'd be without it so when i heard about con-artists committing medicare fraud... it made me so mad i wanted to give them the old one-two one, never give your medicare number to get a free offer or gift two, always check your medicare statements for errors these crooks think we're clueless, they don't have a clue it's your medicare, protect it
children are often known as picky eaters for their refusal to eat certain, or at times all, vegetables. while some vegetables may take multiple exposures before a child will try the vegetable, there are some great strategies parents can use to help encourage their picky eaters to try something new. at school, there are always a few rules children are required to follow. bringing that structure home with great rule to create in the kitchen is "don't yuck someone else's yum." words like "ew" and "gross" can be excluded from the kitchen environment whenever trying new foods or recipes, to help prevent negative feelings toward trying new foods. while children will dislike some foods, encouraging them to use the words "i don't like that vegetable/dish yet" provides a more positive environment surrounding new foods. in addition, another great rule is the "rule
three different ways before it goes on the "i don't like it yet" list is a great way to expand his or her palate. another great way to get children excited about vegetables is to involve them in the entire process. include children in the meal planning process by asking them what they would prefer as a vegetable for a snack or meal. depending on the child's age, he or she can help with the grocery shopping, cleaning, peeling or cutting of vegetables for a it's important that snacks contribute to their overall nutrition needs. pairing vegetables with another food group like fruit or dairy will help increase your child's vegetable intake at snack time. keeping pre- cut vegetables paired with dips like hummus or peanut butter on hand will encourage children to choose these as a healthy snack option. setting the example for children is especially important, as they are always
trying new foods and allowing children to assist with preparation and cooking as well as eating the vegetables with the children. for an exciting new way to try zucchini, check out this great recipe for garlic- parmesan hasselback zucchini! garlic-parmesan hasselback zucchini serves 4 ---, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, wednesday brings out pet questions as our veternarian will be here.
a neighbor rescued a 20 year old woman using a ladder. firefighters pulled 22 year old naquave whitlock from the home, but he died by the time he arrived at the hospital. in chicago, firefighters say someone intentionally set this fire that killed 4 people. the victims include an adult and three children, one of which was 3 months old. police say some set the fire on a porch after a domestic fight. police are now searching for a person of interest. a roadside bomb in afghanistan claimed the li hurt another. it also injured six afghan soldiers. the u-s military says it happened during a training and advisory operation in the helmand province. some cedar rapids students started the school year today at the district's new magnet school. a ribbon cutting ceremony marked the start at kenwood elementary. the school will focus on building leadership skills in their students while they learn. this is the second magnet school for the cedar rapids school district. and tonight at 7 you can see high school
kcrg 9.2 two. cedar rapids prairie is hosting iowa city west. if you can't see it on t-v, you can also see it live on kcrg.com. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. clouds slowly increase across the area as the afternoon goes on. it'll be another fair day with highs in the lower 80s. showers and thunderstorms come in tonight and generally wind down early tomorrow. some may produce heavy rain. a few storms may fire up again late tomorrow and tomorrow night, mainly south of i-80. temperatures come down a bit again, too, dropping back to the 70s for the end of the week. we'll watch storm chances again this weekend, mainly early today: mostly sunny and breezy. slightly warmer. wind: s 10-20 with gusts to 25 possible. high: 82 alo: 82 dbq: 81 iow: 83 tonight: storms likely. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. low: 67 alo: 68 dbq: 68 iow: 68 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, mainly in the morning. a few may redevelop in the south late. wind: w 5-15 high: 80 alo: 81 dbq: 80 io m. night: i, mainly south. wind: nw 50low: 6 iow: 64 thursday: partly sunny. high: 77 low: 63 iday: mostly sun. high: 76 low: 54 saturdaycn of storms. g orms. hig low: 61nday: partly tuesday: partly cloud high: 80 2 that's all the time we have day othe kcrg-tv9 news
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