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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. half a million dollars. that's the possible cost of new safety measures in waterloo. standing in solidarity. bakken pipeline protesters in iowa say they're part of same fight as those rallying in north dakota. as confirmed zika cases increase, people in florida are looking for help from washington...a nd continuing to wait for ti. o'clock on september 13th. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first
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activity around the area today. while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular with sunshine and highs into the lower 70s. have a great day!today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: e 5-10. low: 55 thanks kaj.
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police were responding to a domestic disturbance on the city's northwest side. they went to valley high apartments at 1735 edgewood road nw at 9:30 last night. police did not offer many details into what led up to the shooting, other than a 25-year-old man died at unity point health - st. luke's hospital after the shooting. the division of criminal investigation is now working the case and an autopsy will take place at the state medical examiner's office in ankeny. cedar rapids that both officers are on administrative leave, pending the d-c-i investigation. that is department policy. police are not naming the officers -- nor the person who died in the incident. costs to add security cameras across waterloo could top half a million dollars. those are the numbers the city's traffic department presented to the city council. the discussion on how to pay for the the cameras also took place last night. waterloo is considering adding cameras to about 140 intersections. it says the cameras
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officials are stressing they would not use the cameras for speed violations. "say a crime occurs and the car goes through the intersection we'll be able to trace that so if it's in that location and it was question then yes we'll have it." the city will host public input meetings before voting to purchase and install security cameras. bakken pipeline protesters who plan to rally in des moines today say people are ignoring the rights of and farmers. today's rally is part of a nationwide day of action. protesters support the standing rock sioux tribe in north dakota. this is video of a protest earlier this month in boone. the protesters are gathering outside of the simon estes amphitheater in des moines from noon until one. they say it's time for president obama to weigh in on the issue and support water rights. linn county has now become the second county in iowa to exceed the state minimum wage.
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time to increase the minimum wage in the county by $1 dollar an hour starting january 1st. subsequent $1 dollar increases would then come in january 2018 and 2019, topping at $10.25 an hour. now it's up to cities and towns in linn county to either go along with the increase or pass an ordinance of their own. "i don't know if there are any communities that necessarily want to lower it from $8.25 to $7.25 i suppose elected leaders in the cities need to make that decision but i've heard from c.r. and marion they may only be interested to go to $8.25." central city's council will put a minimum wage discussion on the agenda next week . but no community has taken a stand on the issue yet. in dubuque today, people will have the opportunity to extend the school district's physical plant and equipment levy, or ppel. this vote comes up every 10 years and is used to pay for physical upgrades to schools and buses. because this is the only item on the ballot, the county is only opening 8
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7 a-m until 8 p-m. we have a list of all the polling locations on our website, kcrg.com. with september here, many of us find our weekends occupied with watching football. that means those ads for daily fantasy football are everywhere... but right now, betting money in this type of league is illegal in iowa. it's an issue some legislators are trying to change. they'll introduce a bill in january to make fantasy sports betting legal. that includes websites such as draft kings and fan duel. athletes from across the league and place bets on how your team competes. the new bill is similar to one that passed in the senate last session, but failed in the house. state senator jeff danielson says this time around, you would have to be 21 to play and the racing and gaming department will regulate it. one player says he wouldn't mind the new rules. i play fantasy football now, and it would just make it a little more fun just knowing that i can get a little more something out of it, other than the time i
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to pay a fee to operate in iowa. under state law, winnings would be taxed if its more than 12-hundred dollars. if it passes this time around, it would go into effect next july. miami-dade officials are trying to contain the spread of zika-carrying mosquitos. florida now has 64 cases of zika from local mosquitos. as andrew spencer reports, officials and the public are looking for some help from washington. it's getting worse... florida health officials say in the state since last week...all of them from local mosquitos. again all eyes are on washington to see if lawmaker will finally pass funding for the fight... they failed to pass funding before a july break and again last week when they returned from their summer holiday. president obama says it time to get back to work... "number one to make sure that the government
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efforts to not only deal with the zika outbreaks but also to come up with diagnostic tools and vaccines that will solve the problem for good."democrats and republicans blame each other for the impasse obama proposed one-point-nine-billion- dollars in february... congress wants something more modest. republicans proposed a one-point-one-billion dollar bill...and got it through the house. but senate democrats blocked it...saying there were strings attached...like restrictions on funding for planned parenthood that angered republicans like house speaker paul ryan. "the senate democrats voted three times to block politics and work with us to protect the public."congress is expected to reconsider that one-point-one- billion-dollar package... this time...as part of a larger government spending measure. i'm andrew spencer reporting. after months of fencing and construction, the washington streetscape project in iowa city is
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lane of traffic. that's in the 100 block of washington street. the washington street project is part of the larger downtown and pedestrian mall streetscape plan. the city is replacing aging, underground infrastructure and giving the street an updated look. all of the businesses along washington street remained open throughout this project. the washington streetscape project is expected to be all done later this fall. the iowa department of transportation says 267 people have died on iowa roads so far this year,. tha year. state troopers say speeding is a factor in a lot of them. state troopers say a bigger problem is what they call extreme speeding. they say triple-digit speeds are not so unusual anymore. so far this year, state troopers have issued 36- hundred tickets, for drivers going more than 21 miles an hour, over the speed limit. the highest speed recorded this year is 152 miles per hour. "you've wasted more gas. you've
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put everybody else's life in danger that you passed. so we ask people to take your time getting there and plan ahead. " the iowa state patrol says over the past five years, it has issued fewer speeding tickets. but the number of distracted driving accidents has nearly doubled. a hotel with a fresh take on new technologies is set to break ground in cedar rapids. the tru by hilton is expecting quick turn around in construction. when travelers can make plans to check in, next.
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while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half
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spectacular with sunshine and highs into the lower 70s. have a great day! today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly
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ground in cedar rapids today. the tru by hilton hotel will sit right off williams boulevard at 3900 westdale parkway sw. the hotel hopes to open in the fall of 2017. it feature amenities like digital key entry, the ability to check in through an app, and something called "the hive." that's an open concept area in the lobby with separate spaces to work, lounge, eat, and play. gander mountain will soon have a new facility in
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anchor store at northtowne market shopping center. that's across from target on blairs ferry road. the new facility will be 21,000 square feet bigger, now at 52,000 square feet. it's set to open spring of next year. tonight you can see volleyball on both kcrg 9 point 2 and 9 point 3. for high school volleyball, dyersville beckman takes on mount vernon is on 9 point 3 at 7:30 tonight in college volleyball, iowa state is at u-n-i at 7 tonight. you can catc the u-s-d-a wants to create g-m-o labeling regulations in the near future. a study on the effectiveness of electronic communications will help the process. that's next in our agribusiness report. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
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rents have gone down in the last year.. according to the national agricultural statistics service.. non irrigated cropland rent is down about six percent.. averaging two hundred 35 dollars per acre.. ida county had the highest average rent at two hundred 81 dollars an acre.. with lucas county at the lowest.. averaging a hundred 50 dollars an acre. pasture land cash rent has gone up though.. about two dollars.. ve monsanto's new dicamba products look to get a ruling soon.. the environmental protection agency says it will issue a decision by the end of the year.. the products are meant to be used with roundup ready xtend crops.. but the approval process has been slowed by reports of farmers using an older version of the herbicide.. hurting nearby farm fields.. the acting director of epa's pesticide registration division says since the product is not
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and could be subject to criminal prosecution.. in april.. the e-p-a proposed allowing the use of dicamba with xtend crops. ---- cattle is catching a break.. while a big crop report has sent bean prices downward.. "the dominant issue that we had out at mid morning was the crop report, supply demand report. it was supply bearish still." "we had an increase on acre we had an ending stocks on old crop go o 365 million. so what we're really saying on soybeans, corn and wheat is we have large supplies and large demand but the large demand probably is not going to be able to overcome the large supplies." "the cattle market continues to have a strong trade after closing limit up on friday. cash cattle trade was down five dollars a hundredweigh t last week at 105. but i do think we put in a seasonal bottom and historically we try to rally from this area into the fourth
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little bit of a bounce into the up front months. seasonally the market turns a bit lower here on the cash market. last week we were down every day on the cash market. the fourth quarter looks like we still have not seen our lows. we have big supplies ahead of us. weights look like they're going to grow." the colfax sheep and goat auction on saturday saw a good run of 614 head of sheep. feeder of $1.93 per pound, while fed lambs averaged $1.69 per pound. the 108 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging from $132.50 to $215 per head. ---- the u-s-d-a expects to release a notice of proposed rulemaking for g-m-o labeling regulations before the end of the year.. ag secretary tom vilsack says they will release a request for proposal for a study
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vilsack hopes the study is wrapped up by 2017... ---- russia is poised to be the top wheat exporter this year.. most wheat producing countries have had great growing conditions.. and are expecting record yields.. russia is expecting the biggest wheat harvest in history.. even though it planted the fewest acres in 40 years.. the cheap prices in that area.. plus the poor crop conditions of france.. may have russia beat the european union in exports.. ---- and that's alli for tuning in! i hope to see you again next time! ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.31 oc: standard we all make mistakes every now and then... and occasionally we will slip up. a first catch fumble isn't anyone's favorite way to start a play. but it's a great start to this week's golden klutz.
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activity around the area today. while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular with sunshine and highs into the lower 70s. have a great day!today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers,
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tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly clear.
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college football may mean you have some skill, but not in every game. in this week's golden klutz, we recognize that no matter the age or the degree, we're all guaranteed a few slip ups. we had more problems running onto the field. the miami mascot bytes it. how bout the worst kickoff return of the week. another look he slips and barely gets out of the endzone week knocks the guy on the sidelines over. another look maybe he shouldn't try to catch it next time. and one of cj's intended targets saturday night x-apple-data-detectors: we herky. you've got to make that catch herky. vandeberg would of. and when you are wide open and racing into the endzone make sure you hold onto the football. oops who tuttle waxed the pig skin. out at the three.
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you over the goal line before you drop the football. oh!! that's a fumble and no question about the best hail mary from central michigan to beat okey state. best onside kick he drills the ball right off the player on the other teams face mask. right back for the recovery. but face mask. right back for the recovery. but here is one of my favorites the 180 spin back kick and it works. another look he looks like ballerini that takes some skill and timing. and if your an umpire it's never a good idea to hang out in the base path get out of the way.... and finally if your ball boy don't try to catch an 150 mile per our serve. good night from chalkboards to coffee
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historic building in asbury. and while classes may not be in session, you can still hear the bell ringing. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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early morning news. a domestic disturbance call turns into a deadly officer involved shooting. now state investigators are looking into what happened at a cedar rapids apartment. family and friends are remembering the life of a uni student and marion native who drowned in the river in iowa city over the weekend. voters in eastern iowa head to the polls today for several special elections. that includes a 15-point-9 million dollar bond for mount vernon schools.
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. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecas activity around the area today. while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular with sunshine and highs into the lower 70s. have a great day!today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 5torrow: mostlynny a:
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a 25 year old man in cedar rapids. police tell tv-9 they were responding to a domestic disturbance last night. they went to valley high apartments at 1735 edgewood road nw at 9:30 last night.
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luke's hospital in cedar rapids after responders took him there. the iowa department of criminal investigation is now handling the incident, with an autopsy scheduled at he state medical examiner's office in ankeny. cedar rapids police tell tv9 that both officers are on administrative leave pending an d-c-i investigation. when we spoke with police this morning, they say they aren't yet releasing the names of anyone involved at this time. as investigators try to figure out what led to a drowning in the iowa river on saturday night, those h who died are remembering his life. first responders pulled nathan twedt of marion from the iowa river, near benton street bridge in iowa city, on saturday night. police are still investigating the circumstances that led to his death. twedt was a sophomore at northern iowa where, last night, students held a vigil. some said twedt was well known on campus and majored in business. his friends say they'll miss nathan's energy and spirit on campus. the u-n-i campus minister says it's important for students to take time to grieve the sudden
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of moving through difficult times , not everyone wants to spend a lot of time socially but they should take advantage of their resources of their department of resident ra folks or hall director " the university also says students can contac campus ministry, counselors or any residential staff if they need help in this grieving process. 15-year-old boy who shot himself at jefferson high school died over the weekend. the shooting happened around 8 o'clock friday morning. officers found teen outside the auditorium with a gunshot wound. he went to the hospital, where he died the next day. police yesterday addressed community concerns about social media posts. they said after talking with students and monitoring social media, they don't believe anyone else was involved in friday's incident. they say there has been no evidence of a credible threat against the
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resources for people who are feeling hopeless. call the national suicide prevention hotline which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. that phone number is 1- 800-273-talk, or 8255. the trial for a man accused of killing a woman in benton county last fall is now underway. jury selection started yesterday in the trial of 32 year old david miller. he's charged with first- degree murder in the death of sabrina janish. investigators say they fou multiple times in the driveway of a home near shellsburg last october. court documents show investigators found miller's blood on janish's clothing and body, and blood from both on a vehicle outside his home on 59th street trail -- north of shellsburg. d-n-a testing led to miller's arrest earlier this year. today, this dubuque man will go on trial for 1st- degree murder. 63-year-old robert stern is charged with shooting and killing his daughter
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17 times with 3 handguns. she was 27 years old. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. people living in newton have mixed feelings about 800 sex offenders moving to the city's prison. the prisoners are coming from other prisons across the state. that includes the mount pleasant prison, which has a dorm-style set up. authorities say the newton correctional facility has 12-hundred beds and more space. some living in the city are worried about those offenders staying ther possible breakouts. "this isn't an ideal situation but we'll work our way through it just to make sure our correctional officers have the resources they need to make sure they keep our community safe " all of the prisoners are almost moved into newton. there are still around 100 offenders at the mount pleasant facility, which has iowa's sex offender treatment program. those classes should be finished in october.
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today. he is speaking at noon at the seven flags event center in clive. doors open at 9 this morning. he will then head to a private fundraising luncheon in west des moines. the mount vernon school district wants voters to approve a 15 point nine million dollar bond for its high school today. it would go toward a new performing arts complex, a new athletics complex, as well as renovating classrooms. it needs a 60 percent supermajority to pass. polls are open from seven this morning to eight tonight at the vernon city hall. there's also a vote today in lone tree. voters in the school district will decide on a two point five million dollar bond to build a new health and wellness facility. if approved, it would go up across the street from the school at the corner of devoe and linn streets. it also needs 60 percent approval. voters can cast ballots from 7 to 8 today at the lone tree american legion. a cedar falls mother wants her son's classmates to know and better understand his autism. carrie elser's goal was to
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school about the disorder so they can better interact with him. she says his 7th grade teachers and students are very accepting and want to help. "that being with joey now, seeing how he is capable and smart. that in the future, that will translate to a more welcome community where he will be able to get a job, and he will be supported and have friends and feel connected. " elser is part of a support group called families and allies for autism reform. that support group helps work to support students with autism. we have our first kcrg-tv9 student of the month of the school year. 17-year old mercedez fay is a senior at cedar rapids washington high school. she already has a certified nursing assistant license and is working on her r-n. mercedez works hard for everything she's accomplished. we'll introduce you to her at the end of the month. if you'd like to nominate a student for october, head to
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from holding classes to booking criminals to brewing coffee. one historic building in asbury has been through quite a transformatio n in the past few years. this former 1-room school house on asbury road was most recently home to the asbury police department. but now the jumble coffee company in dubuque has expanded to the historic school building. owners are marking the school's history by displaying old photos of students and teachers. they've also re-purposed original artifacts they found in the buil "if you're have a coffee shop you want it have to character, right? so you're not going to put it at the end of a strip mall. at least i wouldn't. how can you get anymore character than the oldest school in iowa. with the original bell still attached. " the owners even let customers ring that bell, if the customer makes a one dollar donation to the asbury fire department. packing your car full of groceries has likely been costing you less over the last several months. and the cheaper groceries trend has no signs of stopping any
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activity around the area today. while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular
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have a great day! today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: e 5-10. low: 55 plan on some scattered shower activity around the area today. while nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today.
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the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular with sunshine and highs into the lower 70s. have a great day! today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: e 5-10. low: 55 thanks kaj. general motors is going the
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it's actu new car promises nearly 30 more miles on one charge compared to the tesla model. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's --.
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following a speech from an influential fed policy maker. lael interest rates. according to figures from the c-m-e group, investors believe the chance of a rate hike at the federal reserve's meeting next week is about 15 percent. that's down from 24 percent before brainard's remarks. the news sent the dow jones higher jumping 239 points. the s&p 500 gained 31 points and the nasdaq surged nearly 86 points. the average bill at the grocery store has
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months. a measurement from the bureau of labor statistics showed food-at-home prices fell by 1.6% in july from the same month last year. the main reason...ameri ca keeps producing and stockpiling food while demand has tapered off. as a result, the u-s could see the longest streak of falling food prices in 50 years. general motors' chevrolet bolt will be able to go 238 miles on a single charge. that beats the rear wheel drive tesla model s, but costs 28- thousand dollars more. the bolt will go on sale later this year for about 37-thousand-500 dollars. this car will be the first mass-market electrive vehicle that will likely meet or exceed most people's daily driving needs. h-p is buying samsung's printer business. it includes more than 6,500 patents in a deal worth $1.05 billion dollars. h-p said this is the largest print acquisition for the company. it hopes it will help the
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multifunction printers and strengthen its position in laser printing. it's here's a live look at on
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nothing heavy is expected, there is a possibility that a few locations will exceed a half inch of rain. this cold front plus the clouds, should keep highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s today. tonight, expect showers to rapidly dissipate as the heating of the day is lost and the front shifts southeast. clearing sky after midnight should allow for upper 40s to push in over the northern half of the area with lower 50s elsewhere. wednesday will be spectacular with sunshine have a great day!today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a few storms. wind: nw 5-10. high: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: mostly clear.
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thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top stories... the iowa division of criminal investigation is looking into an officer involved shooting that killed a man. cedar rapids police responded to an apartment complex on edgewood road northwest last night for a domestic disturbance. then officers shot and killed a 25-year-old man. authorities have not released any names. trt oc
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their season alive tonight at clinton. scor game three of thier western division championship series against the lumberkings was a defensive battle. with the game scoreless in the top of the 5th the kernels had a runner on third but checkout the diving stop by short stop rayder ascensio to keep the game 0-0.. and this scoreless. and a tough way to end the season clinton beat the kernels 1-nothing in 11 innings on a walkoff single.. the iowa offense with another balanced attack in the 42-3 win over iowa state. it all starts with the iowa running game and akrum wadley and leshun daniels provided another 1-2 punch and they did it with a new starting center.. former dubuque senior basketball standout lucas legrand stepped in for the injured james daniels and helped pave the way for 435 yards
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did a great job he stepped in not expecting to play until a couple days ago and he stepped in and a great job. job and that's all we can ask for a guy like that he hasn't had much game playing time and especially starting like that he did a great job.the last couple weeks he really practiced well and so you never want to lose a player certainly but he did a really nice job his teammates all supported him and did a really nice job sot :30 "did a really nice congrats to mount vernon 6"5 315 pound tackle tristan wirfs who was invited to play in the army all- american football game.. he will join fellow future hawkeyes aj epenesa and eno benjamin in the all american game. what a thrill for prairie senior jessica heims competing in the 400 finals tonight at the paralympics in rio,, jess running in lane four set a pr by 2 seconds and finished in 7th
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round of the mvc mississippi division golf tournament at st. andrews and checkout the long par putt by tyler breitbach on 9 kerplunk. and these guys have some touch look at this approach sam martin of xavier from the cart path on 6. sticks it right next to the cup to save par. and how bout kyle spense of iowa city west chipping down hill on 8 stops right in front of the cup for a tap in par. and they did this all day long.. zach kamentz of wahlert with andrew wood of linn-mar had a birdie putt on 7 and he comes up just short.. but taps in for par. wood fired an 80 today.. and after two rounds... linn mar leads the team race by 8 shots over xavier. wahlert is third and west fourth.. nile happel of jeff and drew brandal of linn mar were co-medalist today
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a live look at . it's tuesday, september 13th. here's what you need to know today. a domestic disturbance in cedar rapids led to a shooting. the iowa division of criminal investigation is now looking into the officer involved shooting that killed a 25- year-old man. friends of a u-n-i student who drowned over the weekend shared tears and memories. investigators are trying to figure out what happened. waterloo is considering spending half a million cameras. police are hoping it will help solve crimes. several cities and districts in eastern iowa are holding special votes today. one would give the mount vernon school district 15-point-9 million dollars. the iowa state patrol says more drivers are topping out at speeds in the triple digits. it partially blames faster drivers for more traffic deaths this year. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news

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