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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. a tropical storm could hit florida in a matter of hours. forecasters expect tropical storm hermine to make landfall either late tonight or early tomorrow morning. here's a live look at the radar just off the gulf coast. it was churning at about 60 miles per hour, more than 70 miles per hour. that would make it the first hurricane to hit florida since wilma in 2005. abc's elizabeth hur reports. tropical storm hermine.. on the move.. barreling toward florida.. with the gulf coast already bearing the brunt of the storm.. "great rain nat sequence" more than 6 inches of rain falling in pinellas county.. man in green shirt: "and it just never quit."
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the water from flooding these apartments in largo. man in green shirt: "it was still about 4 1/2 inches of water inside of the house." in sarasota.. voluntary evacuations are in effect with shelters open.. and officers going door to door.. looking for anyone in need of rescue. woman in neon poncho: "like up to here, officers were coming up to me and their gun belts were under water, they were up to here in water." woman: "i looked out my back window and my backyard was flooded.. and the water was 3 feet from the door." forecasters say.. hermine could be a weak hurricane by the time it makes landfall.. florida now bracing for storm surge. noaa interview"so that could be easily above my head?.. so this a really life threating situation? the main thing we would do this product for is encourage pple to get out! if there emergency managers are telling them to do so.." elizabeth tag: the storm may be hours away from making landfall.. but the forecast is calling for up to 15 inches of rain in some areas.. so officials e notking d fema has already deployed a pid abc news, nyanother storm off o
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storm madeline is still dropping heavy rain on the big island. it hit last night with wind speeds of about 50 miles per hour. the big island and maui are still under tropical storm warnings. meteorologist britley ritz has your first alert forecast, bi we've got an abundance of sunshine today with comfortable weather overall. temperatures will top out in the middle 70s and dew points will sit in the 50s and 60s at times. another day to get out to do some lawn work or just relax on the back porch. this evening will be fantastic as well. clear skies will stick around and temperatures will drop back down into the low to middle 50s. with a light northeast breeze you could get away with opening up the windows once again. this calm and comfortable weather sticks around for the majority of your labor whks to the
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this will cause a blocking pattern for much of the midwest. it won't be until late on monday where we bring back the chance of a few storms. today: mostly sunny, spectacular. low humidity. win 5-10.gh: 75 alo: 75 d: 73 49 to 5 4 years in prison for accidentally shooting and killing his father. a judge sentenced 24- year-old dale white to 47 months in prison yesterday. he pleaded guilty to being a drug user in possession of a firearm earlier this month. prosecutors say white and his father were handling a 22 caliber rifle in their living room when it accidentally fired in january. white will serve 3 years of supervised release after serving his sentence. a fayette county man received a suspended
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chief. a judge sentenced 33- year-old joshua sargent to 5 years of probation yesterday. prosecutors say sargent called and threatened the fayette police chief after being arrested on a burglary charge in march. a vigil tonight will remember the life of a dubuque woman killed one year ago today. a man sexually assaulted and killed 66-year old nancy krapfl last september. krapfl, a church secretary, was on an early morning walk when she was attacked. cameras captured video of a dubuque man assaulting a woman before dragging her body away. that footage helped police arrest helmon betwell just hours after the attack and killing. he faces murder and sexual abuse charges. betwell is now in a facility where he can get a psychiatric evaluation. a judge said he was not competent to stand trial. friends and supporters will remember nancy krapfl tonight at jackson park. the
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a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. this morning former mexican president vicente fox called it a 'big mistake' for the current president to meet with republican presidential nominee donald trump. fox talked about their meeting this morning on cnn. he said president enrique pena nieto is misrepresenting all 120 million mexicans. he also called trump's mexico pay for it a 'crazy idea'. trump says he met with president pena nieto for about an hour yesterday. during that meeting, trump said he has 5 goals for his relationship with mexico if he's elected president. that includes ending illegal immigration, dismantling drug cartels and improving nafta. after that meeting, trump traveled to phoenix to lay out a 10 point plan for immigration. he says he's confident a trump presidency will have a close relationship with mexico. "mexico will work with us. i
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their wonderful, wonderful president today, i really believe they want to solve this problem along with us and i'm sure they will." democratic nominee hillary clinton says donald trump doesn't have the right personality to have a good relationship with mexico. she commented on trump's meeting while speaking to veterans at the american legion convention in cincinnati. "you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. " trump spoke at the same convention earlier this morning. we'll show you what he had to say, coming up in our next half hour. senator chuck grassley says he was just speculating monday when he said there might be a chance he'll hold hearings for supreme court nominee merrick garland. president obama
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after the death of justice antonin scalia. senator grassley has said his judiciary committee would not hold confirmation hearings on any supreme court nominee until the next president takes office. but monday in sioux city, grassley said if democrat hillary clinton wins the election, he might consider holding them during the lame duck session of congress. that's the 11 weeks between election day and inauguration day. yesterday in dubuque, grassley backed away from that, saying his original opinion has not changed. "everybody who heard me sa w speculate, maybe i shouldn't be speculating." "so my position is, it's going to be decided by whoever is elected president." grassley also said on monday he would only consider holding hearings for garland if a majority of senators favored the hearings. grassley and his fellow republicans hold the majority in the senate - with 54 seats. "he still shows up for work everyday. best attendance in
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campaign touts his good attendance in washington. the ad focuses on his iowa roots and claims he has the best voting record in the senate. we'll fact-check that ad, coming up in our next half hour. researchers say they've found a way to beat alzheimers. they claim it clears some toxic plaque from the brain. meteorologist britley ritz updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. we've got an abundance of sunshine today with comfortable weather overall.
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and dew points will sit in the 50s and 60s at times. some lawn work or just relax on the back porch. this evening will be fantastic as well. clear skies will stick around and temperatures will drop back down into the low to middle 50s. with a light northeast breeze you could get away with opening up the windows once again. this calm and comfortable weather
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day weekend. thanks to the tropical system that will be moving along the east coast, this will cause a blocking pattern for much of the midwest. it won't be until late on monday where we bring back the chance of a few storms. today: mostly sunny, wind: ne 5-10. high: 75 alo: 75 dbq: 73 iow: 77 72 to 78 tonight: clear and cool. wind: light ne low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 51 iow: 53 49 to 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 77 73 to 79 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: light se. low: 54 alo: 54 dbq: 52 iow: 54 51 to 57 saturday: mostly sunny. high:
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seasonable. high: 82 low: 59 monday: small chance of storms. high: 85 low: 65 tuesday: chance of storms. high: 85 low: 69 wednesday: chance of storms. high: 84 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. high: 78 low: 59 thanks britley. medical researchers say a new
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treating alzheimer's disease. patients with early-stage alzheimer's were given the drug once a month for a year. researchers say that drug cleared deposits of toxic plaques from the brain. medical experts plaques are what trigger the onset of the disease. after the year-long study, patients that received the highest dose of the drug had virtually no signs of those deposits. researcher are now starting larger studies. we've all heard the advice to eat more fish for our hearts, but in some cases, what we eat may be hazardous to our health. it's a type of fish toxin that most of us have probably never heard of, but this poison on the plate can make someone very sick. martie salt has more. last thanksgiving during a trip to the u-s and
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re the whole day lying down and i started getting this incredible burning and itching in my earlobes." mary ann thought it was food poisoning or the flu, until her symptoms dragged on for months. her doctors couldn't pinpoint a cause, until one made the connection between her sickness and the tropics. "he mentioned since i had been down there and asked me if i ate fish, and i said 'yes,' and he told me about this fish toxic poisoning called ciguatera." toxicologist. "the danger is you can't really taste it. if you cook it properly it doesn't destroy the poison." experts say you should avoid eating large fish like eel, swordfish, red snapper, sea bass and barracuda. treatment is an iv drip of a medication called mannitol. "within the first few seconds of those drops coming through it was a like a cool wash in my brain just moving down like this ." mary ann is back to normal and says while she plans to travel again this year, fish won't be on the menu. i'm martie salt,
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it's a weed native to the southwest u-s and now it's moved into the corn belt. it's a weed native to the southwest u-s and now it's moved into the corn belt. what farmers should be on the lookout for, next in our agribusiness report. welcome to the agribusiness
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amaranth is a pigweed native to the southwest u.s.. over the last couple decades it has moved eastward.. and in the last seven years it's moved into the corn belt. now.. it's in iowa..
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palmer amaranth.. the black x means it was brought in by conventional farming operations.. the red x means the weed came from native seed mixes. at the farm progress show, i spoke with isu weed specialist dr. bob hartzler. he says palmer amaranth infestations are all isolated incidents in around 15 border counties.. but farmers should be on the lookout. palmer amaranth looks a lot like water hemp, which is found in a lot of iowa fields.. however it is much more competitive.. and resistant to chemicals.. "the one trait that's really reliable in differentiatin g palmer amaranth and on these inflorescence is they have sharp bracts along the flowers so it gives the seed head a very spiky appearance. and when it's mature, when you grab them like this, those bracts will actually puncture your skin." hartzler says palmer amaranth has been found as a contaminate in conservation planting seed mixes.. and suggests farmers should be scouting those fields. he says because it's still in the early stages.. the density is low enough that the weed can be eradicated with effort. in a word of warning.. he says,.. the south did not manage to stop the
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production. "in cotton they have far fewer herbicides available than we have in corn or soybeans and the farmers were completely reliant on glyphosate in round up ready cotton. and when they developed the glyphosate resistance palmer amaranth, they didn't respond quickly enough and they tried to rely on the glyphosate when it no longer controlled." ---- markets aren't in a great condition today.. cattle saw a reversal off of yesterday.. and good weather and crops are shooting bean markets down ---- and that's all i have thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again tomorrow! ---- 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 a cedar rapids man is one of first to pass a new commercial drone pilot exam through the f-a-a.
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first to pass a new commercial drone pilot exam through the f-a-a. starting monday, anyone over 16 could take the test. the old rules said anyone who wanted a license to fly a drone commercially needed a pilot's license. caleb howard says he studied about 30 hours for the exam. howard says the test covered much of what a reading section charts and monitoring weather forecasts. both he and the f-a-a stress safety while flying. " 58:34, "that was the biggest part of the test is making sure you fly and be responsibility for yourself and not just yourself but the property around your crew members. " under the new rules, drones have to fly within 400 feet of the ground. the device also has to weigh between between point 5-5 and fifty- five pounds. you also need a
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fry fest on friday is the unofficial start of the college football season here in eastern iowa. that's 24 hours from now... also, the legendary dwight yoakam is set to play cedar rapids. diana nollen from hoopla now will take us through the week ahead... as summer shifts into fall, a
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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...
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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
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college football. the gazette's diana nollen joins us to talk about "hoopla now" -- diana, always great to see you... after last month's devastating
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recycling of their damaged property. meteorologist britley ritz updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast.
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last night led to one person hit in the leg -- but no arrests yet. i'm chuck grassley and i approve this message.. senator chuck grassley says he hasn't missed a vote in decades. we'll fact check his claim. and while speaking to veterans in ohio this , donald trump focused on protecting the border. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. waterloo police are looking for whoever shot someone in waterloo overnight. we just spoke with police within the last hour. waterloo police tell us gunfire hit one person in the leg in the 300 block of newell street. police responded to the call around 9 last night. another car took the person with the gunshot wound to the hospital. police tell us the victim suffered non-life threatening
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involved. investigators have not made any arrests. gunfire also hit a home on waterloo's west side. officers responded to a house at 903 west mullan avenue around 10:00 last night. our crew on scene saw what appeared to be several bullet holes in the siding and a window. police found shell casings at the scene. no injuries from the shooting but, at this time, also no arrests. waterloo police are also looking for 2 people who robbed a liquor store last night, just east of downtown. this happened in between the 9:45. police responded to a robbery of the new star liquor at 1309 lafayette street. officials say the 2 people were wearing masks as they robbed the store. a woman accused of trying to flush her newborn down a toilet will go to trial in february. a judge has set the date for 23 year old ashley hautzenrader from davenport. she's charged with attempted murder and child endangerment . in may, police say she delivered the baby in a restroom at university of iowa
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alive, wrapped in a pillow case in a trash can. traffic is flowing again on highway 100 after a semi crash earlier this morning. emergency crews were on the the highway near of marion around 9:00 this morning. it's not clear if anyone was injured. we're working to figure out what might have caused this. meteorologist britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... sunshine today with comfortable weather overall. temperatures will top out in the middle 70s and dew points will sit in the 50s and 60s at times. another day to get out to do some lawn work or just relax on the back porch. this evening will be fantastic as well. clear skies will stick around and temperatures will drop back down into the low to middle 50s. with a light northeast breeze you could get away with opening up the windows once again. this calm and comfortable weather sticks around for the majority of your labor day weekend. thanks to the tropical system that will be moving along the east coast, this will cause a blocking pattern for much of the
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the chance of a few storms. today: mostly sunny, spectacular. low humidity. wind: ne 5-10. high: 75 alo: 75 dbq: 73 iow: 77 72 to 78 tonight: clear and cool. wind: light ne low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 51 iow: 53 49 to 55 a tropical storm could turn into a hurricane florida. here's what tropical storm hermine looks like right now in the gulf of mexico. it's churning at about 60 miles per hour, but forecasters say it could reach at least 74 miles per hour. that would make it a category one hurricane. people along the gulf coast are already evacuating ahead of the storm. people in low-lying areas are
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hits either tonight or early tomorrow morning. a hurricane warning is in effect for a stretch of coastline south of tallahassee. while people in florida are preparing for heavy rain and flooding, people here in iowa are still cleaning up after last week's storms. in winneshiek county, those people have to dispose of furniture, carpet, appliances and more from their homes and businesses. one recycling center is converted to help people get rid of all of their flood damaged items. workers say they've been working constantly they can. ",' 22:51:47 the soggy stuff like the furniture that's all beat up and soggy like look at that stuff that i'm gonna go in there with a skid loader here and we'd like to go in their and compact it a little bit and break it up and then we're gonna load it in these roll offs and landfill it " the recycling center will stay open as long as people need it -- the center will also be open throughout the labor day weekend.
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resort and campground near clermont reopened today. last week, floodwaters almost five feet deep covered the skip-a-way resort and campground. the owners say volunteers helped clean up after the flood. long-time republican senator chuck grassley is facing democratic challenger patty judge, in a race that some polls show is getting tighter. in an ad the grassley campaign is now airing, the senator touts his attendance in the u-s senate. the kcrg and gazette fact checker team looked into it. and tv9's forrest this minute long ad, titled simply "chuck", paints a picture of a blue-collar politician who came from humble beginnings. grassley's lawn care is even mentioned as well as his love for ice cream. "he's never been to the congressional country club, but he can find every dairy queen in iowa." likely only the senator knows if those things are true. but, we did look into this claim about grassley. "he still shows up for work everyday. best attendance in the senate." the
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in it, grassley is recognized for setting the record for most time without missing a recorded vote in senatorial history. after cross-checking that with data from govtrack-- it's true. grassley hasn't missed a recorded vote for more than 23 years-- since july of '93. at the time he was checking out flood damage along the mississippi. that record doesn't include committee hearings or voice votes - neither of which track attendance. "he deal in washington, but it never went to his head." wisconsin sen. william proxmire previously held the record. from 1966 to '88 proxmire cast 10,252 votes. grassley has only cast about 76-hundred in his current streak. that's 120 fewer votes per year - a symptom of more partisan gridlock in congress. "i'm chuck grassley and i approved this message." grassley not only gets an a for those votes, he gets another for accuracy, when it comes to this ad.
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republican nominee donald trump met with veterans in ohio this morning. he spoke at the american legion convention this morning in cincinnati. today's meeting comes after trump met with mexican president enrique pena nieto yesterday. he commented on that meeting today, saying a good relationship between the united states and mexico would be beneficial to both countries. "a more prosperous mexico means fewer illegal border crossings and a better market for products made in the united states. when i'm president i'm go deal we have across the world and see what steps must be taken to protect american jobs " democratic nominee hillary clinton spoke at the same convention yesterday. she said donald trump doesn't have the right personality to have a good relationship with mexico. she commented on trump's meeting in mexico, saying she has the patience and
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over time. there are 64,000 new cases of thyroid cancer diagnosed every year. tonight a group of cedar rapids survivors is letting more people know about early detection and prevention. kcrg-tv nine's brea love talked with thy-ca this morning. chris, thyca is inviting everyone out to meet me at the market tonight to raise awareness. i'm standing here with jamie garringer. jamie, could you talk more about the walk? thyroid cancer is often called thyca for shortthyca.org has been around for 20 years and has an all donations go towards grants for research and for materials for newly diagnosed, caregivers, doctors, etc. thyroid cancer ribbon colors are teal, pink, purple. sometimes the purple is a dark bluish purple. there are several types of thyroid cancer: papillary , follicular, medullary , anaplastic , and variants. get a neck check is an activity for people to self check for possible thyroid issues . neck checks are a key to early detection. many patients do not have symptoms in early stages of cancer. thyroid cancer is
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cancer.org: thyroid cancer has been increasing worldwide over the past few decades and is the most rapidly increasing cancer in the us. the rise is thought to be partly due to increased detection because of more sensitive diagnostic procedures, likely resulting in some over-diagnoses. in the us, rates increased by 5.1% per year from 2003 to 2012. thanks jamie. registration starts at 5 tonight and the race starts at 5:30. in cedar rapids, brea love, kcrg-tv nine news. playlists on classic rock stations marks 50 years since its first single...
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-- lala land -- opens to try and attract movie goers... meteorologist britley ritz
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forecast.
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meteorologist britley ritz joins us now. we've got an abundance of sunshine today with comfortable weather overall. temperatures will top out in the middle 70s and dew points will sit in the 50s and 60s at times. another day to get out the back porch. this evening will be fantastic as well. clear skies will stick around and temperatures will drop back down into the low to middle 50s. with a light northeast breeze you could get away with opening up the windows once again. this calm and comfortable weather sticks
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day weekend. thanks to the tropical system that will be moving along the east coast, this will cause a blocking pattern for much of the midwest. it won't be until late on monday where we bring back the chance of a few storms. today: mostly sunny, spectacular. low humidity. wind: ne 5-10. 72 to 78 tonight: clear and cool. wind: light ne low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 51 iow: 53 49 to 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 77 73 to 79 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: light se. low: 54 alo: 54 dbq: 52 iow: 54 51 to 57 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 80 low: 54
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seasonable. high: 82 low: 59 monday: small chance of storms. high: 85 low: 65 tuesday: chance of storms. high: 85 low: 69 wednesday: chance of storms. high: 84 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. high:
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gets a second season... and, pink floyd marks 50 years. abc's jason nathanson has today's showbiz wrap. film fans are flocking to venice, italy - where that city's film festival is now underway. la la land, the musical featuring emma stone off to rave reviews - the guardian called it a sun-drenched musical masterpiece. stone strutted her stuff on the red carpet, along with writer/direct or damien chazelle - who also wrote and
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floyd is getting the royal treatment as they celebrate a big anniversary. next year will be 50 years since the release of their first single, so the band is being given a big exhibition at london's victoria and albert museum. drummer nick mason said the remaining band members got along in putting the exhibition together - so any chance of a reunion? 12. soundbite nick mason, recording artist, pink floydnick mason: "no, i don't think so. i mean, my drum kit is ready and i'm happy to go out, but i don't think we're looking at that." the exhibition, which opens next may, will of course feature a laser light show. this summer's hit streaming show stranger things is of considering it was one of the defining pop culture touchstones of summer 2016. netflix says the second season will be 9 episodes, one more than season 1. and the shosreatorsetertainment weekly t lefoff - with the samearacters 84. no premiere date yet, but 'o when reporting flood losses -- amid the hectic days of dealing with high water and the damage that comes from it... stay with kcrg-tv 9.
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i'm hall of famer jerry west and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years until i learned more about once-daily xarelto... a latest generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto? significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k lto? is selective targeting one critical factor of your body's natural clotting function. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking you may bruise more easily, and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines.
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away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto tell your doctor about any conditions, such as kidney, liver or bleeding problems. to help protect yourself from a stroke, ask your doctor about xarelto.
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is that the c&t loss only covers those not reimbursed by insurance or some other relief program. second, unless the loss was suffered in a federally declared disaster area, the tax unreimbursed losses in excess of 10% of income. as an example, assume a couple has income of $80,000 and suffers a loss of $15,000. in that case, only $7,000 would be deductible .in the case of a severe disaster, like those many experienced in 2008, a federal disaster is declared. when this occurs, the loss is
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flooding was certainly damaging to many, widespread damage was avoided so a federal disaster was not declared as a result of the local recent flooding. there are slightly different formulas to figuring the deduction for businesses. for those who suffered losses, it is always advisable to seek the counsel of a qualified tax
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coming up tomorrow, september is here -- the air is crisp... and our master gardener will welcome your questions. stay with your 24 hour
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midday. waterloo police are looking for whoever shot someone in waterloo overnight. waterloo police tell us gunfire hit one person in the leg in the 300 block of newell street. police tell us the victim threatening injuries. traffic is flowing again on highway 100 after a semi crash earlier this morning. emergency crews were on the the highway near of marion around 9:00 this morning. it's not clear if anyone was injured. we're working to figure out what might have caused this. people in northeast iowa are still cleaning up after last week's storms. in winneshiek county, those people have to dispose of furniture, carpet, appliances and more from their homes and businesses. one recycling center is converted to help people
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dam a tropical storm could turn into a hurricane before it makes landfall in florida. hermine is churning at about 60 miles per hour, but forecasters say it could reach at least 74 miles per hour by tonight. that would make it a category one hurricane. now, one last look at this morning's weather, britley. we've got an abundance of sunshine today with comfortable weather overall. temperatures will top out in the middle 70s and dew points will sit in the 50s and 60s at times. on the back porch. this evening will be fantastic as well. clear skies will stick around and temperatures will drop back down into the low to middle 50s. with a light northeast breeze you could get away with opening up the windows once again. this calm and comfortable weather sticks around for the majority of your labor day weekend. thanks to the tropical system that will be moving along the east coast, this will cause a blocking pattern for much of the midwest. it won't be until late on monday where we bring back the chance of a few storms. today: mostly sunny,
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