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tomorrow. and to get ready for that, fans are taking part in fry fest. it's a celebration of all things hawkeye and a tribute to longtime hawkeye football coach hayden fry. kcrg t-v nine's scott saville joins us from fry fest in coralville this midday. scott, it's an exciting weekend for fans. fryfest is a celebration of all that is hawkeye, and for it's 8th year there's no shortage of things to experience. fryfest in coralville on september 2, 2016 the will start with a blood drive and the world's largest hawkeye trade show. it will feature a pep rally, panel discussions, and an outdoor concert. everything inside of the exhibit hall is free and open to the public. the events like the pep rally and firework show are $5 for admission. for a full list
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meteorologist britley ritz has your first alert forecast. britley, how's the weather
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the weather outside is just perfect. again today, we will watch just a few clouds and plenty of sunshine take over eastern iowa. high temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 70s and we'll keep an easterly wind around to help keep the air dry. i hope you can at least step outside once today to enjoy this fresh air. this evening will once again be cool. low temperatures will drop into the low 50s. however, this evening winds will shift to the southeast. this will start to draw in moister and warmer weather. expect your saturday to be slightly warmer. high temperatures will warm near 80 degrees. winds will continue out of the sou mph. from here on out the temperatures rise and so does the mugginess. by the beginning of the workweek you can expect middle 80s and humid conditions. today: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 77 alo: 77 dbq: 76 iow: 78 74 to 80 tonight: clear. wind: light se. low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 52 iow: 53 49 to 55 brea? an iowa couple vacationing south of the florida panhandle won't be getting much sun today. annette and todd gohlmann of ames got to clearwater beach yesterday. these are pictures
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with hermine arriving just hours after they got there, the gohlmanns say they didn't waste any time indoors. " the water is usually calm on the gulf and it almost looked like the atlantic side. it was just pounding waves. " the gohlmanns are in florida celebrating todd's 25 years of service as a police officer. they're expecting to have a couple days of sunshine after the storm passes. former stanford all- american swimmer brock turner is now out of a san jose jail. turner served three months of sentence for raping an unconscious woman outside of a fraternity house last year. turner hurried down the stairs and quickly entered an awaiting s-u-v without saying a word. his sentence ignited a massive controversy nationwide for being too lenient. turner will likely return to his ohio hometown and live with his parents. he must register as a sex offender for life. in august, the u-s unemployment rate remained
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that's low compared to the 275-thousand added in july. so far this year....the u-s. economy has added more than a 1 million jobs. labor day weekend is almost here and as more people hit the roads.. cities, counties, and state agencies are increasing their patrols. at the cedar rapids police department, a grant will pay for more officers to hit the streets. according to the iowa governor's traffic safety bureau, one third of deadly crashes in iowa involve drunk drivers gallon we all saw a few years ago, but higher gas prices are here in time for labor day weekend. triple-a reports the national average rose for 14 days in a row, topping out at $2.22 monday. in cedar rapids, drivers saw the price for a gallon of regular unleaded go down 2 cents in the last week to $2.21 but drivers in waterloo and cedar falls saw prices
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the american opinion of marijuana seems to be changing after states started legalizing it. coffee cravings. new research shows how much coffee you drink may depend on the make-up of your d-n-a. meteorologist britley ritz updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9.
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temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 70s and we'll keep an easterly wind around to help keep the air dry. i hope you can at least step outside once today to enjoy this fresh air. this evening will once again be cool. low temperatures will drop into the low 50s. however, this evening winds will shift to the southeast. this will start to draw in moister and warmer weather. expect your saturday to be slightly warmer. high temperatures will warm near 80 of the southeast at roughly 5 to 10 mph. from here on out the temperatures rise and so does the mugginess. by the beginning of the workweek you can expect middle 80s and humid conditions. today: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 77 alo: 77 dbq: 76 iow: 78 74 to 80 tonight: clear. wind: light se. low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 52 iow: 53 49 to 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10. high: 79 alo: 79 dbq: 78 iow: 80 76 to 82
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56 to 62 sunday: mostly sunny and seasonable. high: 82 low: 59 monday: mostly sunny, warm and muggy. high: 86 low: 65 tuesday: chance of storms. high: 86 low: 69 wednesday: chance of storms. high: 84 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. high: 78 low: 61 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 76 low: 58
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on this big holiday weekend, the eastern coast is bracing for hermine . the tropical storm making its way through the southern coast after making landfall in a burstf lana zak is in the storm's path in charlestown, south carolina. millions of americans bracing for impact today as tropical storm hermine roars inland- nat: here it comes? rain sound early this morning, hermine made landfall as a hurricane in florida-the first in more than a decade- nats nat. we got to move it! oh!! it ripped through houses along the
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ground." and while some embraced the rivers in their roadways-- nats for others, it is a disaster--entire towns under water. hermine now continues its path of fury up the eastern coast as a tropical storm. georgia's governor declaring a state of emergency- nats 45-thousand georgians already without power. here in the carolinas, they are readying for impact. sot/ mike sprayberry - north carolina emergency management director we also have 96 other swift rider rescue teams and 27 boats if needed the risk of flooding and plans for millions from florida all the way to new jersey. tag: you can see the boats behind me are xxxx?.and we will be watching those water markers, the storm surge and flooding the greatest threat here. lana zak, abcn, charlestown, south carolina. for the first time ever, researchers say they've found mosquitoes carrying the zika virus in the u-s. researchers found 3 mosquitoes
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health officials in southern florida have fought zika for weeks, imposing mosquito- control measures, and trapping in affected neighborhoods. "we will be asking the federal and state govt for additional funds as we move on in this fight against zika. but that doesn't mean we are stopping any of our efforts waiting for those funds to happen. we have the funds necessary in order to combat zika. " zika causes mild symptoms in most pe defects for pregnant women. american's perspectives on marijuana are changing, according to a new report. this week, n-i-h researchers found that more people are admitting to using the drug, and fewer believe it is harmful. the report showed in 2002, half of americans thought marijuana was harmful. but only a third of americans felt that way in 20-14. researchers say the change in opinion could be due in part to marijuana
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states and washington d-c. even though opinions are changing, many health experts say the blunt truth is...all types of smoke inhalation can have long term side effects. many of us have to have that cup or two of coffee to get going in the morning. and the reasoning behind that coffee craving might be in your d- n-a. mary moloney has more in today's health minute. whether you need a pick- me-up at work or just happen to be a latte lover ... new research suggests that your espresso habits may actually be published in the journal scientific reports.. found that people with a newly identified genetic trait called p-d-s-s-2.. drank less coffee than those who didn't have the trait. the author of the study believes the new gene impacts coffee consumption by the speed the caffeine is being metabolized in the body. researchers collected medical and genetic data from more than 1200people living in southern and in northeast italy. the study was also conducted to a group of roughly 17-hundred people in netherlands and the
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studies that link food with genetics can help in understandin g the science behind people's eating and drinking habits .. and hopefully lead to solutions that can help change some of our bad choices. for today's health minute, i'm mary moloney. one day, iowans could see moving tractors without anybody in them. one booth at the farm progress show is testing out self-driving tractors. stay with t-v nine.
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geiger. ---- there's self-driving cars being tested on the roads.. and now.. there's self driving tractors being tested in the fields.. at the farm progress show.. i headed to the case ih booth where they're surveying farmers by
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tractor that drives itself. it doesn't even have a cab.. but from an office computer or tablet a farmer could run the vehicle.. to do a pre- programmed route or task. on the front is radar and camera technologies that will stop for animals or debris and then let the farmer make decisions.. and it's new technology like this that can let a farmer rethink their operation. "well when you take a look at driver-less, you're taking this technology and you're scaling it either large or small. this allows them to look at efficiencies in their operations. so that means i can take this vehicle and be in the same grain in and could be doing a tillage operation for a grain cart, so it allows me to two for one meaning you used to have maybe two operators and now you can have that one operator supervise multiple other vehicles in that field." bose says case ih is looking for input from producers on the idea.. and says they can fill out a survey on case ih dot com.. ---- the u-s justice department does not want deere and company to buy monsanto's precision
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lawsuit to stop it.. the justice department says the deal would violates antitrust laws. deere announced it will fight the lawsuit.. calling the antitrust concerns misguided.. last year monsanto announced the sale of its precision planting unit to deere.. in a deal estimated at a hundred and 90 million dollars. ---- cattle are struggling at the start of the month.. while corn and wheat are seeing some nice gains.. "the corn market and the wheat market bouncing off of seasonal contract lows here so technical short covering. kind of a pause if you will before..." "the start of harvest. so it's rebalancing to start the month, to start the quarter on corn and wheat. soybeans with a premium but soybeans are in relationship to the corn and wheat seeing some pressure. remember, seasonally you're coming up to one of the more negative seasonal times of the year in september on all of the grains."
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poor cash cattle trade that we had this week. down three to four dollars a hundredweigh t on wheat on the cash cattle trade. trading at 110 to 111. we do have the futures here today trying to push down near limit lower. just trying to digest large supply and the slowing demand." "the hog market's trying to stabilize with a big discounts that we have in the market. we've already put a negative seasonal dialed into the market to a certain degree. rallies feel like they're probably anchored with the bigger supplies that we expect in the fourth quarter up ---- the department of agriculture changed its forecast this week for 2016 for net cash farm income to 94 billion dollars.. up about three billion from february.. while the u-s-d-a increased the estimate.. net cash farm income is still about
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secretary vilsack says the change shows farmers' abilities to plan ahead and make sharp business decisions. ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.32 oc: standard farm run-off and water quality have been big issues here in iowa. that's why some state senators and several members of county boards of supervisors learned how to better protect iowa's water and environment. the supervisors toured a facility at eldon stutsman incorporated in hills yesterday. during the tour practices relating to fertilizer, herbicide and manure applications. one state senator tells tv9 even though he has farming experience, hes learned some new things. " it was just a very informative day, i farm my entire life and there are things today that i learned about the new technologies that are out there. " kinney says some of these technologies were expensive at first. but they are becoming
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jonathan nelson. one thing i have an abundance of is cucumbers. i'll show you how to make refrigerator pickles. 1 cup julianne cucumber. the next thing we need to do is make a brine for our pickles. two cups of apple cider vinegar. need to add one cup of white sugar. a teaspoon of ground clove. a teaspoon of terminac. a teaspoon of mustard seed. a teaspoon of celery salt. a little kosher salt. next we need to put this on the stove, give it a quick mix but we won't want to heat this until all of the
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onion and cucumber mixture, while it's still warm, plastic wrap and in the refrigerator for 24 hours. and then serve, be sure to try this around your house. it's sure to be a crowd pleaser. the solon spartans travel down
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regina tonight. coverage begins at 7:30 on kcrg 9 point 2. the tv-9 news at 10 for friday night lights endzone. we'll have coverage from all of tonight's high school football matchups. friends and family pay tribute to a woman killed in a brutal attack one year ago. they say the neighborhood where she lives hasn't been the same since. hermine made landfall in florida this morning and has reached the carolina's this midday. it's bringing dangerous conditions to people in its path.
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coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9.
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coast, packing recently released video shows a waterloo police officer pulling a black man's hair and hitting him in the head multiple times during a high speed chase arrest. and fans are celebrating all things hawkeye at fry fest on the eve of the season home opener. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. tropical storm hermine made
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rain, winds and dangerous waves. the u-s national hurricane center says the storm will continue weakening while hermine stays over land. this is the first hurricane to hit florida in a decade. tallahassee firefighters say high winds knocked trees onto several houses, injuring people inside. but those people are expected to be o-k. tallahassee mayor andrew gillum says most of his city is without electricity this midday. that's causing florida's to prepare. "bottom line this is life- threatening. sot mos "we bought cases of water." "i'm still a little worried about the tidal surge." from florida, the storm moved to georgia where there is currently a warning at tybee island for swimmers to stay out of the water until tomorrow morning. georgia power estimates 45-thousand people are
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those people in south georgia. dozens of counties are under a state of emergency as the storm moves through. here's a look at the path hermine took this morning. after pushing into georgia, it moved into the carolinas and up the east coast. causing heavy rain in the carolinas. hermine is moving northeast at nearly 14 miles per hour. meteorologist britley ritz has your first alert forecast, bi the weather outside is just perfect. again today, we will watch just a few clouds and plenty of sunshine take over eastern iowa. high temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 70s and we'll keep an easterly wind around to help keep the air dry. i hope you can at least step outside once today to enjoy this fresh air. this evening will once again be cool. low temperatures will drop into the low 50s. however, this
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moister and warmer weather. expect your saturday to be slightly warmer. high temperatures will warm near 80 degrees. winds will continue out of the southeast at roughly 5 to 10 mph. from here on out the temperatures rise and so does the mugginess. by the beginning of the workweek you can expect middle 80s and humid conditions. today: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 77 alo: 77 dbq: 76 iow: 78 74 to 80 tonight: clear. wind: light se. low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 52 iow: 53 49 to 55 bre a little more than 24 hours away. and hawkeye fans are already getting excited. they're gathering in coralville for fry fest right now. just about an hour ago, the university of iowa unveiled a statue dedicated to hayden fry. fry coached at iowa from 1979 to 1998. the statue will be displayed
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and visitors bureau. we'll have more on the kalona man who created the statue on the t-v nine news at six. this weekend's festival is dedicated to fry and his legendary coaching career at iowa. it's the eighth year for the celebration. it started this morning with a blood drive and the world's largest hawkeye trade show. and tonight, there will be a pep rally panel discussions and an outdoor concert. it's all leading up to tomorrow's 2:30 game at kinnick. newsroom. the driver of a car was killed in a crash with a clayton ridge school bus around 4 p-m yesterday. it happened on great river road between guttenberg and garnavillo. the iowa state patrol says 50 year-old ronald kephart of garnavillo hit the bus as it was turning off of great river road onto lace avenue. kephart died in the crash. shane wahls, the superintendent at clayton ridge, says while there were students on board the bus, none of them
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injuries after colliding with a deer on his motorcycle. paramedics airlifted him to u-i-h-c. the crash happened at lewis access road and cedar heights trail near center point around 1-30. officials say the driver, michael long, wasn't wearing a helmet. get on the ground, now! hands behind your back this video shows a police officer in waterloo pulling a man's hair, hitting his head, and using strong language during an arr police just released this yesterday. they say it came after a dangerous high speed chase in waterloo. now a state prosecutor says the officer who made the arrest won't face any criminal charges. the prosecutor says jurors could potentially understand why officer adam wittmayer was upset. but for montavis keller, who is 24, that's not the case. police say he's the man who started the high speed chase. that chase reached 90 miles an hour in and out of
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spike strips, which eventually ended the chase. police chief dan trelka says the officer's behavior in the video is not acceptable. "even though the officer was almost struck under any circumstances we don't condone that type of behavior that's why we issued an internal investigation and ultimately disciplined the officer" " trelka did not go into the details of that discipline. but he says it was significant make a bust in a human trafficking case, they're now saying a baby is involved. on monday, lawrence campbell appeared in court on human trafficking charges. authorities say campbell ordered two 16 year old girls to engage in prostitution and steal clothes. yesterday, police say one of the 16-year-old girls brought her baby to waterloo. officers say someone dropped off the baby at fire station 5 when the girls were questioned by police. firefighters were at
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authorities say the baby was fine, and had plenty of food and clean diapers. "the child has been reunited with her mother and everyone is back safe in chicago land." police believe the girls were in waterloo for about a week. friends and family are remembering a dubuque woman who was brutally murdered and raped. the crime happened one year ago yesterday. the victim, nancy krapfl , was 66. last night, her family and friends held a the attack on the church secretary happened while she was on a morning walk. she died later at a dubuque hospital. kcrg t-v nine's samantha myers was at the vigil last night where people remembered nancy krapfl's life. people gathered in jackson park to remember a life lost almost a year ago. "as we remember nancy this evening we are also
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senseless violence in the world today." senseless violence that happened to a beloved family member... ""she was always more interested in knowing what we were doing, what our kids were doing, what my dad was doing" " and to a neighbor.... ""those steps when it happened there's still melted candle on those steps. every time i leave my house i have to go that way and you see that every time it's a reminder every single day." " "people who live here in the neighborhood say it hasn't been the same since." "you feel so violated he didn't live here she was welcome here because she was walking she wasn't looking out to hurt anybody." people prayed....nats and let off balloons with messages to nancy written on
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we all came back out to honor her on the one year anniversary" a community that will never forget nancy krapfl and continues to grieve a year later. in dubuque, samantha myers, kcrg t-v nine news. police arrested helmon betwell for 1st degree murder and 1st degree sexual abuse in the case. police say he was breaking into cars at the time, saw krapfl at that early hour, and then severely beat her and raped her. nothing better to do. right now he is in a facility where he can get a psychiatric evaluation. a new poll shows hillary clinton's lead in the presidential race is shrinking. cnn released what it calls its 'poll of polls'. it found the former secretary of state with 42 percent support compared to republican donald trump's 37 percent. libertarian and former new mexico governor gary johnson is third with 9 percent. green party nominee jill stein has 4.
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national polls. cnn took data from the pew research center, quinnipiac university, monmouth university, usa today and fox news. clinton just had her best fundraising month ever. the democratic nominee raised 143 million dollars last month. more than half of that will go to the democratic national comittee. august's funds gave clinton 68 million dollars in the bank for her campaign. trump has not released his numbers july with about 38 million dollars in cash on hand. just days after longtime actor gene wilder died of alzheimer's disease, his movies are coming back to the silver screen. and profits from those movies are going to a great cause. meteorologist britley ritz updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast.
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perfect. again today, we will watch just a few clouds and plenty of sunshine take over eastern iowa. high temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 70s and we'll keep an easterly wind around to help keep the air dry. i hope you can at least step outside once today to enjoy this fresh air. this evening will
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temperatures will drop into the low 50s. however, this evening winds will shift to the southeast. this will start to draw in moister and warmer weather. expect your saturday to be slightly warmer. high temperatures will warm near 80 degrees. winds will continue out of the southeast at roughly 5 to 10 mph. from here on out the temperatures rise and so does the mugginess. by the beginning of the workweek you can expect middle 80s and humid conditions. today: mostly sunny. wind: e 5-10. high: 77 alo: 77 dbq: 76 iow: 78 74 to 80 tonight: clear. wind: light se. low: 52 alo: 53 dbq: 52 iow: 53 49 to 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10. high: 79 alo: 79 dbq: 78 iow: 80 76 to 82 tom. night: clear. wind: se 5-10 low: 59 alo: 59 dbq: 58 iow: 59 56 to 6sd: mostly n high: 82 low: 59 monday: mostly nny,rm and muggy. hi: 86 low: t: 86 low: 69 wednesday: chance of storms. high: 84 low: 68 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 83 low: 65 friday: chance of storms. high: 78 low: 61 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 76 low: 58 thanks britley. from new movies to classics...
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the long holiday weekend box office won't disappoint. a-b-c's jason nathanson has that much more in today's showbiz wrap. it's going to take a lot of hard work for any of the newcomers to beat don't breathe at the box office this labor day weekend. the horror holdover should once again finish first.
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releases - the sci-fi thriller morgan will battle alicia vikander and michael fassbender's drama the light between the oceans for the top debut. but don't expect anything to crack 20 million gene wilder is returning to the big screen in a couple of his most beloved roles - regal cinemas, amc, and other theater chains across the u.s. are screening willy wonka and the chocolate factory and blazing saddles this weekend. and opportunity to see the films on the big screen. the arclight theater chain will donate profits from their screenings to the alzheimer's foundation - wilder died from complications of the disease on monday. ap-aptn-2002: file bruce springsteen,0233 bruce sprinsteen is known for his long concerts - in fact he broke his own u.s. record a couple of times in the past few weeks - so the town of foxborough, massachusetts, southwest of boston, is getting ready. the attleboro sun chronicle says
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the concert curfew fifteen minutes, from 11:15 to 11:30 - ahead of springsteen's upcoming gig at gillette stadium. now, the boss was born to run long - no word what'll happen if springsteen says no surrender and proves it all night. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. master gardener larry dawson will be here talk summer seeds. if you have a question for our master gardener, call us now at 319-399-5998. master gardener larry dawson
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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 see more ways to fight fraud at medicare.gov/fraud larry, call us now at 319- 399-5998. larry, we're getting to the end of summer, what should
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we'll have one more check of your first alert forecast, coming up next. stay with your 24 hour news source,
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clayton ridge school
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crash happened around four yesterday afternoon between guttenberg and garnavillo the iowa state patrol says ronald kephart hit the bus as it was turning. he died in the crash. tropical storm hermine made landfall early this morning in florida bringing rain, winds and dangerous waves. since making landfall, the force of the storm has been diminishing. the storm has traveled as far up the east coast as the carolinas. hawkeye fans are celebrating fry fest this first hawkeye football game of the season. just about an hour ago, the university of iowa unveiled a statue dedicated to hayden fry. the statue will be displayed outside of the iowa city-coralville convention and visitors bureau. the solon spartans travel down highway 1 to iowa city to take on iowa city regina tonight. coverage begins at 7:30 on kcrg 9 point 2. and be sure to stay tuned after
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we'll have coverage from all of tonight's high school football matchups. now, one last look at this morning's weather, britley. the weather outside is just perfect. again today, we will watch just a few clouds and plenty of sunshine take over eastern iowa. high temperatures will top out in the middle to upper 70s and we'll keep an easterly wind around to help keep the air dry. i hope you can at enjoy this fresh air. this evening will once again be cool. low temperatures will drop into the low 50s. however, this evening winds will shift to the southeast. this will start to draw in moister and warmer weather. expect your saturday to be slightly warmer. high temperatures will warm near 80 degrees. winds will continue out of the southeast at roughly 5 to 10 mph. from here on out
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