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about to earn more money in linn county beginning january 1st. the board of supervisors held its 3rd and final vote this morning in cedar rapids. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman sat in on that vote and joins us live from our cedar rapids newsroom. dave, how did today's vote end up? chris...the final tally was four to one in favor of boostn that's the same vote it's been each time and supervisor john harris, the lone "no" vote explained it's because of the opposition he's heard from mainly small business owners in the rural areas and smaller communities. supervisors had to vote on three separate occasions for the county wide change in minimum wage rules to take effect. with the change, the state and federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour goes to $8.25 in linn
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increases take place in january of 2018 and january of 2019 with the county wage topping out at $10.25 an hour roughly two and a half years from now. one supervisor says as more counties take action it's more likely state lawmakers will step in. "what the state has to do first is having a conversation about minimum wage and then we'll see what the state does about counties that enact their own and if there's no legislative action this session i guarantee you there will be a lot more counties following our lead" city councils in various linn county communities could adopt their own local ordinances to change the minimum wage structure now passed by linn county supervisors. supervisors say they haven't heard much opposition to the first one dollar an hour increase set to go into effect january 1st. it's the second and third dollar hikes that
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with that kind of action taking place next year. live in the newsroom, dave franzman kcrg tv9 news. iowa's largest county is taking a different approach to a minimum wage increase. a polk county task force suggested a lower increase for workers younger than 18. some task force members want teens to get 85% of those increases. the task force wants polk county to go from the state's minimum of hour next april. and then eventually it would reach $10.75 by january 2019. meteorologist chris havely has your first alert forecast, chris... our monday afternoon is shaping up to be a good one. sunny skies can be expected through the early evening hours. a cold front will be approaching
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lead to an increase in cloud cover tonight. by the overnight hours, scattered showers and storms will be possible, and these will stick with us, on and off, for tuesday. the cold front will clear us for wednesday and thursday, as it drags down a cooler and refreshing air mass for mid-week. the weather pattern remains active however, with a new system arriving on thursday night. this appears to be a little more potent than tuesday's system. storms will be likely late thursday night, with periods of showers possible through friday. a drier, and seasonable weekend awaits. our next chance of rain from there, would be next tuesday and breezy. wind: s 10-20 high: 80 alo: 80 the johnson county sheriff's office says a 20 year old marion man drowned this weekend in the iowa river near downtown iowa city. first responders got the call of a person in the river, just north of the benton street bridge, at about 6:30 saturday night. around 7:45, they pulled nathan twedt's body from the river. he was a student at the university of northern iowa. the sheriff's office is asking for information from anyone who knows what happened, or saw twedt go into the river. if you have information, call
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two motorcycle drivers died after a crash in scott county. the sheriff's office says an suv crossed into oncoming traffic on highway 67 late last night. investigators say it crashed with several motorcycles, killing them instantly. a third motorcycle driver was treated at the scene. the suv's driver also went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. deputies have not released the names of anyone involved. nearby in davenport, investigators are looking for an suv and driver involved in a deadly hit- a pedestrian on w. 3rd street around 1:20 a-m on sunday. the suv kept going after the crash. police say the pedestrian died at the hospital. dubuque police have made an arrest after a shooting downtown. we first told you yesterday morning about the shooting around 1 a-m sunday at club rendezvous. that's near 19th and white streets. a woman used a chair to bust open the club's window when she heard gunfire. while police were there, they heard more gunfire near
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that's where they arrested shadeed monroe. he's 22. monroe faces a reckless use of a firearm charge. one person faces charges and another is injured after a shooting in iowa city demontrae poole is 19. he faces weapons and drug charges among others. police say he was involved in a fight near burlington and clinton streets just before 2 a.m. sunday. poole ran from officers in the ped mall, but they eventually caught him. at some point, police believe poole dropped aha and searched for the weapon. at last check, they still haven't found it. while police were searching for poole, a person showed up at university of iowa emergency trauma center with a gunshot wound. angry friends of the victim also showed up at u-i-h-c, causing the hospital to go on lockdown. the victim is expected to recover. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures
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democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton isn't making a campaign trip to the west coast this week. that's after doctors diagnosed the former secretary of state with pneumonia over the weekend. mrs. clinton left a memorial for the september 11th attacks yesterday morning, saying she was getting overheated. the nominee left her daughter's apartment in new york yesterday afternoon, telling reporters she was 'feeing great'. this morning, her republican opponent donald trump, told reporter the two have their first debate two weeks from today. trump brings his campaign to the des moines area this week. this is video from his last stop in iowa when he joined senator joni ernst's annual roast and ride last month. the republican nominee will be at the 7 flags event center in clive at noon tomorrow. we have ticket information on our website, kcrg.com. for one cedar rapids company, the work of turning a large sheet of aluminum into a customized trailer for livestock
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for this week's made in eastern iowa, we stop into c-e-i pacer on 16th avenue sw in cedar rapids. with about two dozen of these projects in varying stages of assembly, we had the chance to tour c-e-i. the company has about 110 workers, with a team putting together each trailer -- from the sheet of alumnium to this... the final product on its way out the door. " our employees are what fuel our company and i want to make that clear to the cedar rapids community. the employees represent what cei is and they share a passion for customer service, for quality and solving custome we'll offer the full tour at cei pacer -- and, afterwards, the next time you see one of these on the roads or highways, you'll know a little more about how it all came to be. a cedar rapids woman just turned 102 years old. she's the oldest member of her church and the congregation decided to throw a party. kcrg tv9's phil reed asked her
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members of noelridge church wait in line to greet audrey johnston with a birthday hug, and a picture. they served cake and coffee during a birthday bash for the church's oldest member. "well it's always a big day when we have something like this. and my church family means a great deal to me." johnston has lived in iowa her whole life. she was born in keokuk county, and moved to cedar rapids in 1967 after "to get a job. i knew i was going to have to build up my social security. and there weren't that many jobs available. " she says she eventually found a job at rockwell collins, and a church that likes singing to her happy birthday to you her best friend donna lala is 20 years younger than the 102 year old. "she's a very precious gem of noelridge. i've called her my energizer bunny for years because you couldn't keep up with her. " thank you for coming out and johnston says her secret to living over a century...not thinking about her age. "i just ignored it and all at once there it was. but it's amazing to me to think that i am as old as i
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reed kcrg tv9 news in the family. audrey has a 99 year old sister who also lives in iowa. the e-p-a says high mercury exposure can harm the brain, heart, kidneys and immune system. now parents in nevada are facing those problems head on after high schools were exposed to the dangerous chemical. meteorologist justin gehrts
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up to be a good one. sunny skies can be expected through the early evening hours. a cold front will be approaching us from the west, and that will lead to an increase in cloud cover tonight. by the overnight hours, scattered showers and storms will be possible, and these will stick with us, on and off, for
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wednesday and thursday, as it drags down a cooler and refreshing air mass for mid-week. the weather pattern remains active however, with a new system arriving on thursday night. this appears to be a little more potent than storms will be likely late thursday night, with periods of showers possible through friday. a drier, and seasonable weekend awaits. our next chance of rain
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today: mostly sunny and breezy. wind: s 10-20 high: 80 alo: 80 tonight: mostly cloudy. showers move in late in the night. wind: s 5-15 low: 63 alo: 63 tomorrow: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: w 5-10. high: 73 alo: 70 tom. night: 5-10. low: 54 alo: 51 wednesday: mostly sunny and pleasant. high: 72 low: 54 thursday: partly sunny. high: 74 low: 55 friday: showers and storms likely. high: 75 low: 62 saturday: partly sunny. high: 75 low: 61 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 76 low: 55 monday: mostly
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56 thanks justin. caused a mercury spill at a high school in las vegas. officials still don't know how the toxic chemical ended up there. but as nathan o'neal reports, they're now checking if the contamination has spread to students' homes. a gym class at johnson junior high - exposed to a hazardous mercury spill. : "there was a lot especially under the bleachers and everything. there was just more and more."6th grader bryan
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students screened and cleared by the environmental protection agency this week. the incident happened last friday, but didn't come to light until four day later. : "they were playing with it with their hands and their folders and their backpacks and their shoes and the teacher kind of brushed it off as if it wasn't a big deal."bryan's mom nicole - worried about traces of that liquid metal that may have followed him home. : "i have toddlers at home and they play with everything so i don't know if it's around my house and they're getting into it and they're already exposed. i'm exposed. i do his laundry, you know, teams with the epa, looking to calm concerns, taking their investigation to some students' homes to check for contamination. : "we're able to determine very quickly if there is any mercury in the homes and what we're finding is the homes are safe." : "mercury is most dangerous when it's airborne."mercury removal expert lyle mckenzie says prolonged exposure to mercury is dangerous. : "mercury will evaporate and be there for days, weeks, years."meanwhile, federal investigators are continuing their work at the school throughout the weekend. : "i think the most compounding and challenging aspect is we still don't know where it came from." trt 1.26 oc the school has been closed
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wednesday and there will be no classes today either. a merger between three ag finance groups is on the horizon. when the associations can combined coming up in our agribusiness report.
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geiger. ---- with a downtrending farm economy.. agriculture consolidation is happening more and more.. iowa senator chuck grassley is worried about the three big seed company mergers.. he says that turns the big six into the big three. on september 20th.. grassley will hold a hearing on the proposed consolidation in the chemical and seed sectors of
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he says anti trust laws have been around for a century.. how they're enforced varies.. "but we in the congress of the united states want to know that there's a good faith effort looking at protecting the consumers because the anti-trust laws are written to protect the consumers." the proposed the chemchina plan to buy syngenta, and a newly reported offer by bayer to buy monsanto next week. and speaking of consolidation.. the boards of directors of first farm credit services, agstar financial services, and badgerlnd financial unanimously voted to recommend a merger of their three associations to respective members and stockholders.. agribank funds the three associations and would need to review it.. and the farm credit administration would also need to give regulatory approval.. the proposed merger would
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---- cattle finally got a little relief at the end of the week.. while grains at least were a little in the green.. "there's just enough uncertainty out here with harvest in many regions, the expectations are for great to wonderful just about everywhere there. but as the yield reports and different things start to filter in slowly, it's maybe indicative that everything's maybe not perfect out there. that uncertainty as well as crop reports next week have cut short just a little bit uncomfortable and y in the extra added element that the dollar's been under pressure this week. and all combined, it's been enough particularly in the corn and the bean market lift us higher here for the week." "just from at least a technical perspective, you know, very oversold here. act like we want to turn higher. like i say at least looks like we're shoring up for a technical rebound. but, boy if we could be able to, if we can maintain that for
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the greater question moving ahead here right now." "hogs, really kind of a big sideways trade. i don't think we're really necessary ready for a new wave lower but that said, we often kind of regard october, that period, as kind of a seasonal low in the hog market and right now it doesn't look like we have anything overly optimistic to look forward to till we get to move past that period." ---- the heritage foundation is going through the 2018 farm bill.. and are laying out a case to end commodity programs and crop insurance policies.. pro ag got a report from the conservative thinktank saying the 15 billion dollars spent on programs promotes risk would lose their land.. the government should not guarantee that farms survive.. they want the agriculture risk coverage and price loss coverage programs cut along with dairy insurance.. changing federal crop insurance to only cover deep yield loss and disaster. in an early reaction to the heritage foundation.. dale moore of the american farm bureau says they have not considered the current farm economy.. and.. with this plan.. farmers would not have a viable safety net.. ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for tuning in! i hope to see you
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day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard a signature event for one of cedar rapids' signature sites. orchestra iowa is just five days away from playing at the brucemore mansion lawn. the maestro is here to talk
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sights in cedar rapids with the best of sounds
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is this saturday night, on the lawn of the brucemore mansion lawn. the maestro - tim hankewich - of orchestra iowa joins us here at midday. tim... always great to see you. - what makes this event so attractive each year when it's put on the calendar? whole idea come about to blend the orchestra...wi th the
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area veterans visit washington d-c. we'll explain hoi raising money for eastern iowa honor flights. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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will offer a better wage starting in january. the board of supervisors voted one last time this morning in cedar rapids. the city of cedar rapids is looking for ideas to improve part of mount vernon road. and hillary clinton is taking some time off after a health scare this weekend at a 9-11 memorial in new york. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. in less than three months,
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linn county will earn a higher wage. the board of supervisors officially voted to approve the increase this morning. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman sat in on that vote this morning and joins us live from our cedar rapids newsroom. dave, how did this morning's vote turn out? chris...the final tally was four to one in favor of boosting the minimum wage. that's the same vote it's been each time and supervisor john harris, the lone "no" vote expl the opposition he's heard from mainly small business owners in the rural areas and smaller communities. supervisors had to vote on three separate occasions for the county wide change in minimum wage rules to take effect. with the change, the state and federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour goes to $8.25 in linn county on january 1st. additional dollar an hour increases take place in january of 2018 and january of 2019 with the county wage
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from now. one supervisor says as more counties take action it's more likely state lawmakers will step in. "what the state has to do first is having a conversation about minimum wage and then we'll see what the state does about counties that enact their own and if there's no legislative action this session i guarantee you there will be a lot more counties following our lead" city councils in various linn county communities ordinances to change the minimum wage structure now passed by linn county supervisors. supervisors say they haven't heard much opposition to the first one dollar an hour increase set to go into effect january 1st. it's the second and third dollar hikes that might prompt some communities to opt out with that kind of action taking place next year. live in the newsroom, dave
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increase its county minimum wage. the wage there will go up to 10 dollars and 10 cents an hour on january 1st. in may, it increased to nine dollars and 15 cents an hour. five cities opted out of the increase. tonight, people in cedar rapids will talk about about what they want to see on mount vernon road south east. it is the second open house for the mount vernon road corridor action plan. the project covers the road between 10th street - in the medical district - to the edge of cedar rapids, just past that holds hundreds of homes and businesses. dozens gathered in the all saints school gym in june to consider possible development projects for the road. the city is looking at what people want mount vernon road to look like, as well as changes to zoning and what kinds of new businesses they'd like to see. tonight's meeting is again at the all saints school gym from 4:30 to 7:30 p-m. a third open house will be held late fall to present the plan. the waterloo city council will
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success of a similar system in dubuque. tonight, the council will talk about how it can fund the project. the council says it is modeling the plan on dubuque's security cameras. it monitors traffic and assists the police department in criminal investigations. dubuque put up nearly 100 security cameras last year, with many of them around the downtown area. one funding method waterloo is considering is tax increment financing money, or tif funding. that's a public financing method used as a subsidy fo meteorologist chris havely has your first alert forecast, chris... our monday afternoon is shaping up to be a good one. sunny skies can be expected through the early evening hours. a cold front will be approaching us from the west, and that will lead to an increase in cloud cover tonight. by the overnight hours, scattered showers and storms will be possible, and these will stick with us, on and off, for tuesday. the cold front will clear us for wednesday and thursday, as it drags down a cooler and refreshing air mass for mid-week. the weather pattern remains active however, with a new system arriving on thursday night. this appears to be a little more potent than tuesday's system.
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showers possible through friday. a drier, and seasonable weekend awaits. our next chance of rain from there, would be next tuesday as it looks now. today: stly sunny and breezy. wind: 10-20 gh: 80 o80 our cooler weather this week is a reminder that winter is coming. all this month, you can help keep kids warm with our coats for kids campaign. we're collecting coats all this month. go to you can also donate money online. a seat on an honor flight costs 550 dollars. and students in central city don't want veterans to pay for it. today, central city high school and elementary students are starting a fundraising effort to see how many veterans they can put on the honor flight. the eastern iowa honor flight takes veterans to washington, d-c to see the memorials dedicated to their service. the all-volunteer
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nation's capital. the central city fundraiser pins the high school against the elementary. the students that raise the most money will get to duct tape their principal to a wall for a whole class period. they will start the competition today with an assembly at 2:45 p-m. hillary clinton isn't campaigning this week along the east coast. the democratic presidential nominee canceled some events after doctors diagnosed her with pneumonia on sunday. this comes just two weeks away from the first presidential debate between clinton and republican donald tru. it's the stumble seen around the world. today, hillary clinton's health is now center stage in the race for president and this morning rare restraint from her rival donald trump on fox news. sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"i don't know what's going on. i see what i see. the coughing fit was a week ago. i hope she gets well and gets back on the trail and we will see
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memorial in new york early after she became ill, when video captured her nearly collapsing. secret service and her aides grabbed her...getting her into a waiting van. her campaign waiting more than an hour before saying clinton was dehydrated and not feeling well. then finally...the reveal...clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia friday. a campaign spokeswoman tweeting, they "could have done better." natsot - q - "how are you feeling?" hrc - "great. feeling great." two hours after the so called medical episode, a smiling clinton emerged from her daughter chelsea's apartment. sot - dr. richard besser / abc news chief health & medical editor "she's able to talk with people and greet and that to me hearing that she was dehydrated and got rehydrated." the scare renewing a push for both candidates to release more detailed health records. but trump is trying to bring the attention back to comments clinton made friday night at a fundraiser. sot - hillary clinton / presidential nominee"you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the 'basket of deplorables.'the racists, sexists..." now trump is using clinton's words to rally his supporters. natsot - voiceover: people like you . . . you . . . and you. voiceover: "deplorable." kenneth moton oncam close: clinton later said she regretted saying half of trump supporters are deplorable. clinton was forced to ncel her swing through liforniatod t she's expected to
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ile she's recoveringto new york syria after an agreed upon ceasefire went into effect at sunset. this comes after an intense weekend of airstrikes, 1 of which killed 39 people. president bashar al-assad toured some damaged areas in the southern part of the country this morning. today he said his government is determined to reclaim every part of syria from the opposition and rebuild the country. the u-s and russia brokered the deal to reach the ceasefire. under the plan, the syrian government will end combat missions in specified areas. south korea says it's concerned about another north korean nuclear test. the north carried out its fifth test missle explosion
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powerful to date. south korean officials say the country could detonate another nuclear device anytime at one of its unused test sites. the next you go down a highway and see a 40-foot aluminum tanker that's hauling feed for livestock... that tanker could be coming from here -- as we'll check out cei pacer for this week's made in eastern iowa. and week one for area nfl teams is in the books. that includes a big comeback win for the kansas city chiefs. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
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through the early evening hours. a cold front will be approaching us from the west, and that will lead to an increase in cloud cover tonight. by the showers and storms will be possible, and these will stick with us, on and off, for tuesday. the cold front will clear us for wednesday and thursday, as it drags down a cooler and refreshing air mass for mid-week. the weather
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thursday night. this appears to be a little more potent than tuesday's system. storms will be likely late thursday night, with periods of showers possible through friday. a drier, and seasonable weekend awaits. our next chance of rain from there, would be next tuesday as it looks now. wind: s 10-20 high: 80 alo: 80 tonight: mostly cloudy. showers move in late in the night. wind: s 5-15 low: 63 alo: 63 tomorrow: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: w 5-10. high: 73 alo: 70 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n
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mostly sunny and pleasant. high: 72 low: 54 thursday: partly sunny. high: 74 low: 55 friday: showers and storms likely. high: 75 low: 62 saturday: partly sunny. high: 75 low: 61 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 76 low: 55 monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 low: 53 tuesday: chance of showers. high: 76 low: 56 thanks u it's not artwork but there is a
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and turning it into a very detailed trailer to haul feed for livestock. that's the calling at cei pacer, a company that has called cedar rapids home for 4 decades. here is this week's made in eastern iowa. the next time you're driving down the highway and come across a truck hauling one of these... take a moment and think about where that large piece of feed equipment came from. it could very well be from here... c-e-i on 16th avenue southwest in cedar rapids. "the bulk of our equipment produced is tailored and it's about 40 feet long. " jim stoelk is one of three with about 110 employees who work between two shifts, five days a week. the process is two parts simple... "sheet aluminum that comes in from our suppliers and it gets cut, bent, shaped into all of the pieces that end up on our feed trailers. " ...and two parts really, really complex. cei makes the
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that go onto the piece... and then... " the jig is where the magic happens and they bring all these pieces together to form the tank structure and it goes to the final area, the assembly, where the final components are assembled. " this is also not an assembly line as jim tells us that each project has a crew assigned to it -- a team that works on each piece from start to finish, a process that takes about a week. " our employees are what fuel our company and i want to make that clear to the cedar rapids community. the employees represent what cei is and they share a passion for customer service, for quality and solving let's get to the $64,000 question... how much does one of these run? more than that dollar amount. "the ballpark, you're in $80,000 to $100,000 range per trailer,
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and suggestions on businesses to feature for "made in eastern iowa". just drop me an email : chris.earl@kcrg.com. some nfl are mostly celebrating after week one of the nfl season. that's especially true for chiefs fans after the largest comeback win in franchise history. kansas city was down 24-3 to san diego but ignited an uncharacteristic rally to earn a 33-27 win... in smith threw for 363 yards and two touchdowns. the packers traveled to jacksonville yesterday afternoon to take on the jaguars. led by aaron rodgers' three total touchdowns, the packers hung on against the jags 27-23... they'll play the rival minnesota vikings next sunday afternoon. those vikings are 1-0 after their week one matchup with tennessee. veteran quarterback shaun hill got the start week 1 after a preseason injury to teddy bridgewater. some spotty moments eaor
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a relatively easy win, with the vikings going away 25-16. the chicago bears were the lone sunday loss for teams in the area. the bears took a 14-10 lead into halftime but that's where the scoring ended... at least for chicago. houston won 23-14. bears qb jay cutler took 5 sacks -- that'll make anybody look unhappy. they'll play the philadelphia eagles next monday night. for all of the stories about option? our health specialist will take us through the criteria... next on tv-9. we constantly air stories on
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states and that's a global concern. nearly 500 milllion
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2 diabetes, high blood pressure and sleep apnea. we also see the possibilities of surgery for this. dr. sajida ahad is one of the few surgeons in the u.s. specializing both in obesity medicine and bariatric surgery -- and he's with mercy medical center. 1. what is bariatric surgery? how long has it been available? 2. who is a good
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bariatric surgery in maintaining long-term weight loss? 4. for those who are loss? 4. for those who are interested or want to learn more, how do they start the
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www.mercycare.org/bariatr ic http: or call 398-6747. coming up tomorrow, our nutrition expert -- to follow september as "family meals month" will offer a theme on "making meals,
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midday. minimum wage workers in linn county will earn a higher wage starting in january. the board of supervisors approved an increase in their third and final vote this morning. the wage will inc will eventually be 10-25 an hour by 20-19. tonight, people in cedar rapids will talk about about what they want to see on mount vernon road south east. the project covers the road between 10th street to the edge of cedar rapids, just past east post road. tonight's open house is at the all saints school gym from 4:30 to 7:30 p-m. the waterloo city council will consider adding traffic security cameras at tonight's meeting. it's talking about how it can fund the project. the council says it is modeling
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monitors traffic and assists the police department in criminal investigations. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. our monday afternoon is shaping up to be a good one. sunny skies can be expected through the early evening hours. a cold front will be approaching us from the west, and that will lead to an increase in cloud cover tonight. by the overnight hours, scattered showers and storms will be possible, and these will stick with us, on and off, for tuesday. today on the kcrg-tv9 news at midday. be sure to watch kcrg- tv9 news at 5 and 6.
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