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the division of criminal investigation is now handling a case after cedar rapids police officers shot and killed a man last night on the city's northwest side. police have not said what happened yet at valley high apartments, except they responded to a domestic disturbance call around 9:30 last night. that's located at 1735 edgewood road nw. point health - saint luke's hospital. kcrg t-v nine's dave franzman is following the story today. dave, what are police saying now this morning? chris, local authorities are not saying anything at the moment because the investigation has been handed over to the state division of criminal investigation because it involves cedar rapids officers. the d-c-i agent in charge tells me in may be several days before the officers are identified because they must be interviewed first. the d-c-i agent did say
in the shooting possibly something later today. police have not offered many details about what led up to the shooting incident other than it was a domestic disturbance. the officers involved were place on administrative duty as is department policy. this morning, little signs remained of the incident except for some crime scene tape. one resident in an adjoining building says he saw a police presence and then heard what he thought were two shots. he believes there was another injury aside from the man shot by police. he heard paramedics talking to a woman apparently injured in what happened inside the apartment. " i just heard paramedics talking to her i stayed confed certain what happened to her but it didn't sound like she was in great shape herself ...telling her various things like control her breathing, stay focused keep energy up that sort of thing "
in phoenix, arizona... a driver hurt police his car. police say the officers were standing outside of a quiktrip gas station early this morning, when the person drove through a group of officers. the car then hit a squad car and the front of the store. " the video shows the suspect watching the officers in his car a couple of spots down in the parking lot, and then also running them down." police say 2 officers hit by the
to survive. a third officer has minor wounds from a struggle to arrest the suspect. 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 would help solve crimes, or to help gather 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. we've seen some rain and storms
justin, what is the latest track on weather? clouds will be sticking around this afternoon, as will scattered showers. winds have swung around to the north, which will help kep highs not far from 70. lingering showers end early tonight with clearing late as lows fall down to the lower 50s. wednesday and thursday look great with sunshine and comfortable highs in the 70s. by friday, showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast, but they'll be out in time for another pleasant weekend. seasonable mid-september weather is ahead for the start of next week, too.today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. wind: n 5-10. high: 73 alo: 70 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: chace late. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 alo: 50 dbq: 52 iow: 54
des moines against the bakken oil pipeline, saying people are ignoring the rights of native american tribes 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 rights. polls are open right now in 3 school special elections. the mount vernon school district wants voters to approve a $15.9 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% supermajority to pass. polls are at the mount vernon city hall. there's also a vote today in lone tree. voters in the school district will decide on a $2.5 million dollar bond to
it would go up across the street from the school at the corner of devoe and linn streets. it also needs 60% approval. voters can cast ballots at the lone tree american legion. and in dubuque, 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 the list on kcrg.com. polls in all three elections are open until 8 p-m. more than 20 local employers are looking for job candidates today during a job and resource fair. it's going from 3 until 5 p-m at the robert a lee recreation center. that's located at 220 south gilbert street in iowa city. several organizations are sponsoring the job fair. the next season of dancing with the stars is underway once again, but it's coming with some unexpected drama. two men
ryan lochte, who had into a criminal incident that overshadows the recent summer olympics. abc's elizabeth hur looks at the controversy around the swimmer and his show performance. musicryan lochte's dancing debut.. interrupted.. carrie ann: "excuse me! hey back off! excuse me!"as the judges were about to begin their critique.. "excuse me!!"the show staying in split screen forcing host tom bergeron to break to commercial. "all right. we're going to -- we'll take a break!"that much.. you saw on tv.. now.. this is what you did not see.. "oh, my -- excuse me." abc news exclusive video.. showing two protesters.. wearing anti- lochte t-shirts.. storming the stage.. and security quickly jumping into action.. tackling one of the protesters.. then.. more audience members in the gallery.. also sporting anti-locthe shirts.. asked to leave by "dancing pro" derek hough. derek:"get out of here, come on. get out. it's a good show. a positive show."the protests playing out in the ballroom..
being robbed at this rio gas station with his olympic teammates.. the security scare last night.. frightened the stars.. cheryl: "i'm in shock i mean i've never experienced it on 19 seasons i've done on dwts." julienne: "it was definitely quite scary - we didn't know what was going to happen." lochte.. also shaken.. but his focus.. remaining on redemption. lochte: "that broke my heart? / i've changed and i want to become a better person.. / and i'm gonna keep moving forward and having fun." elizabeth tag: the two male protesters were arrested and booked for trespassing. they told abc news, they did what they did because in their view.. lochte's actions in rio endangered americans. eh, abc news, ny. benefits of women who breastfeed their children. we look 2 two new studies out,
early tonight with clearing late as lows fall down to the lower 50s. wednesday and thursday look great with sunshine and comfortable highs in the 70s. by friday, showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast, but they'll be out in time for another pleasant weekend. seasonable mid-september weather is ahead for the start of next week, too.today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. wind: n 5-10. high: 73 alo: 70 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: chance of showers,
low: 52 alo: 50 dbq: 52 iow: 54 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: ne 5-10. high: 72 alo: 74 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 53 iow: 56 high: 76 low: 55 friday: showers and storms likely. high: 75 low: 63 saturday: partly sunny. high: 74 low: 60 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 75 low: 55 monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 low: 53 tuesday: chance of showers. high: 75 low: 55 wednesday:
kim hutcherson shows us, new ones out show the healthy benefits for baby and mom. two new studies out of europe offer more proof that breast-feeding benefits for both mother and baby. the first study indicates that babies who are genetically predisposed to developing asthma are less likely to do so if they are breastfed. researchers looked at genes associated with asthma risk. they found that infants who carried this genotype had a 27-percent lower chance of developing respiratory symptoms if they were breastfed. for babies with the genotype who were not breastfed, there was a trend toward increased risk of respiratory symptoms. the study was presented at the european respiratory society's international congress. the second study shows that breast cancer survivors who breastfeed their infants have a better chance of long-term survival. researchers examined data related to cancer survival rates and lifetime breast-feeding history. they found that women who breastfed their babies for at least six months had better survival rates -- 20 years after undergoing surgery for primary breast cancer. you can read the study for yourself in the official journal of the academy of breastfeeding medicine. for today's health minute,
iowa's farm lands are extremely valuable, but up next, we look at fluxuating prices on renting farm land. that's in the agribusiness report, as well as an update on monsanto as the seed company awaits approval from the e-p-a. farmworkers in the nation's largest agricultural same overtime pay as most other hourly workers. we look at the new law coming to california, and why some people are against it. stay with t-v nine. welcome to the agribusiness
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.. averaging 52 dollars an acre.. ---- monsanto's new dicamba products look to get a ruling soon.. the environmental protection agency says it will is 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 approved yet... use is illegal and could be subject to criminal prosecution.. in april.. the e-p-a proposed
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 the soybean yield 1.7 bushels an acre we had an ending stocks on opgo up to 365 million. so what we're really saying on soybeans, corn and wheat is we have large supl 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 quarter." "the hog market trying to get a little bit of a bounce into the up front months.
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 lambs fetched the days high average price of $1.93 per pound, while fed averaged $1.69 per pound. the 108 goats at the auction saw a high average price ranging fr 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 on the effectiveness of electronic communication s of g-m-o information.. vilsack hopes the study is wrapped up by 2017...
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 all i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in! i hope to see you again next time! ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.31 oc: standard brown just signed legislation that breaks an 80 year old practice of applying separate labor rules on farmhands. this means farm workers will get paid overtime after 8 hours of work. the legislation starts to take effect in 2019 with larger farms. smaller farms have until 2022 to comply. farm workers are excited, saying they often work from sun up and sun down, not getting paid
groups warn the change will severely harm the industry because farms can't afford it. many people try different things to find calm and balance, and now some are turning to the farm. "even when they chew their cud they go into a meditative state." we check out something called goat yoga next on t-v nine. a farm in oregon is setting the
crops they grow, but a new, unique form of yoga they offer. anna canzano introduces us to goat yoga. nats: "bring your left hand to midline sweep your right hand...or the sky." "i think it's speaks to our roots." at the no regrets farm in albany... sot: "pulling back on your left hip, evening out your hip." amid the deep breathing, sot: rachel griebel "i think it speaks to us as oregonians that we're ready for the unusual and the real." are some of world's most unusual yoga partners. sot: lainey morse "even when they chew their cud they go into a meditative state..so it just seemed like it went well together." goat yoga. the brainchild of lainey morse. sot: "politics and war and how things are going right now...this is a great distraction." distractions - these yoga
running all over our mats...head butting...so much fun to watch them, they're really funny." and after just a month in operation, the idea's a hit. already, a waiting list of 500 people. and now, the possibility of a covered arena...so this scene of nifty namaste...could go year round! sot: jessica ulassin "it's a whimsical experience, there's no other way to describe it." last night's deadly officer involved shooting in cedar rapids. we'll have a live report as cedar rapids police came out around 9:30 p-m last night to an apartment complex on the city's northwest side. plus, the trial is underway for the man accused of killing a woman in benton county last fall north of shellsburg.
z22jmz zixz y22jmy yixy involved shooting in cedar rapids, state investigators are now handling the case. students at uni gather to remember a sophomor city. the latest poll out on iowa's senate race shows a double-digit lead for chuck grassley over patty judge. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. two cedar rapids police officers are on paid administrative leave after a fatal officer involved shooting. police have not said
shooting, except officers were investigating a domestic disturbance. it happened around 9:30 last night at valley high apartments on edgewood road. kcrg t-v nine's dave franzman is following the story today. chris, local authorities are not saying anything at the moment because the investigation has been handed over to the state involves cedar rapids officers. the d-c-i agent in charge tells me in may be several days before the officers are identified because they must be interviewed first. the d-c-i agent did say authorities expect to release the name of the suspect in the shooting possibly something later today. police have not offered many details about what led up to the shooting incident other than it was a
place on administrative duty as is department policy. this morning, little signs remained of the incident except for some crime scene tape. one resident in an adjoining building says he saw a police presence and then heard what he thought were two shots. he believes there was another injury aside from the man shot by police. he heard paramedics talking to a woman apparently injured in what happened inside the apartment. " i just heard paramedics talking to her i stayed confined to my apartment...i wasn't too certain what happened to her but it didn't sound like she was in great shape herself ...telling her various things like control her breathing, stay focused keep
t-v nine news. today a dubuque man will go on trial for 1st degree murder in the death of his daughter. 63-year-old robert stern is charged with shooting and killing kimberly stern in june of 20-15. police say he shot his daughter 17 times with 3 handguns. sh this man's trial. 32 year old david miller is charged with first degree murder in the death of sabrina janish. investigators say they found her body strangled and stabbed 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. whenever you see news, give us
9. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email us pictures, video and tips to newsroom at kcrg dot com. turning now to the forecast on a wet and stormy tuesday. can we expect this rain to last through the day justin? clouds will be sticking around this afternoon, as will scattered showers. winds have swung around to the north, which will help keep showers end early tonight with clearing late as lows fall down to the lower 50s. wednesday and thursday look great with sunshine and comfortable highs in the 70s. by friday, showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast, but they'll be out in time for another pleasant weekend. seasonable mid-september weather is ahead for the start of next week, too.today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. wind: n 5-10. high:
mainly early. clearing late. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 alo: 50 dbq: 52 iow: 54 as investigators try to figure out what led to a drowning in the iowa river on saturday night, those who knew the 20-year-old uni student 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. 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 loss. " "everyone has different ways of moving through difficult times , not everyone wants to spend a lot of time socially but they should take advantage of their resources of
the university also says students can contact campus ministry, counselors or any residential staff if they need help in this grieving process. a new poll out today shows senator chuck grassley widening the gap from his democratic rival. the simpson - r-a-b-a poll has the republican incumbent leading with a double digit lead over democratic challenger patty judge. grassley had 50% while judge got 37%. back grassley, while only 73 percent of democrats back judge. the chair of simpson college's political science department says judge needs to consolidate her party behind her to tighten the race. that simpson poll also showed donald trump with a 1-point lead over hillary clinton, 40 to 39. in about 30 minutes, trump is set to hold an event in clive. it comes as he and hillary clinton are talking about their health as she is
latest. recovery mode. for a second full day, hillary clinton is at home resting but she's been on the phone trying to explain why she wasn't upfront about her pneumonia diagnosis. clinton spoke with cnn. sot clinton well, i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal. former president bill clinton was on pbs. sot bill clinton she's doing fine the clintons...con ceding the medical episodes have happened before when she's overworked and dehydrated. clinton may be off the trail but her high profile surrogates are busy on it. nat obama at clinton endorsement president obama will rally supporters in philadelphia this afternoon. nat fight but it's donald trump's rally in asheville, north carolina that's making headlines today. an apparent trump supporter attacked protestors even shoving a woman in the face. sot trump we're not going to take it anymore trump...not endorsing the violence...instead he's still focused on clinton calling half of supporters a basket full of deplorables. sot trump while my opponent slanders you as
patriots the clinton camp..out with a new attack ad to counter. nat trump in ad they're losers, losers, losers, disgusting, stupid...you can't lead this nation if you have such a low opinion for it's citizens the clinton campaign says she should be back on the trail by the end of the week. tonight trump will also be in the philad unveil their plan to lower childcare expenses. kenneth moton, abc news washington today a separatist leader in eastern ukraine announced a unilateral cease fire. more than 9,500 people have died since april of 2014 as a conflict between the ukrainian government and russian- backed separatists
rebels have announced a unilateral cease fire. the announcement came a few hours after ukraine's president said he expects parliament to vote on constitutiona l amendments granting autonomy to eastern ukraine. the iowa department of transportation says 267 people have died on iowa roads so far this year. that is 21-percent higher than this time last year. state troopers say speeding is a factor in a lot of them. but troopers say a bigger problem is what they call extreme speeding. they say speeds are not so unusual anymore. so far this year, state troopers have issued 3,600 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 put your life in danger. you've 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 5 years, it has issued fewer speeding
driving crashes has nearly doubled. 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 kcrg.com / student of the month. they've played superheroes as batman and are using their fame to bring attention to global issues. and there she is... miss america. find out what advice she has for hillary clinton and donald trump. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with
highs in the 70s. by friday, showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast, but they'll be out in time for another pleasant weekend. seasonable mid-september weather is ahead for the start of next week, too.today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers. wind: n 5-10. high: 73 alo: 70 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. clearing late. wind: n 5-10. low: 52 alo: 50 dbq: 52 iow: 54 tomorrow: mostly sunny and pleasant. wind: ne 5-10. high: 72 alo: 74 dbq: 71 iow: 73
wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 53 iow: 56 thursday: increasing clouds. high: 76 low: 55 friday: showers and storms likely. high: 75 low: 63 saturday: partly sunny. high: 74 low: 60 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 75 low: 55 monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 low: 53 tuesday: chance of showers. high: 75 low: 55 wednesday: chance of showers. high: 75 low: 55
the newly crowned miss america has advice for the presidential candidates. abc's jason nathanson explains in the showbiz wrap. george clooney took time out from acting to play a role in international affairs. he was joined by fellow star don cheadle at the national press club in washington -- where they accused leaders of the african nation of south sudan of wide-scale human rights violations and financial corruption. sot george clooney: "the simple fact is they are stealing money to fund their militias to attack and kill one another." clooney is urging the international community to intervene. he and and cheadle also met with president obama about the problem. there she is! savvy shields took her first stroll on the atlantic city boardwalk -- as the new miss america 2017.
-- in the ceremony seen live on abc. shields had this advice for hillary clinton and donald trump. sot savvy shields, miss america 2017 "i think that what i want both candidates to focus on is compromise. our country was unded compromise and we're livg aate n where both parties seem to be just yellg at each h nally, tohks flyinghigh in thet ully," as captain chesley "sully" llenberger -- the hero of the "miracle on the dson." the star n "real-li" heroes. and at's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. with school back in session, do you find your little more consistently??? we'll look at september as "family meals month"... with our nutritional expert. making meals, making memoriesare
with fast paced lives, busy work schedules and extracurricul ar activities, drive-thru meals and takeout food have become the norm. what impact does this have on our kids, our families and ourselves? september is national family meals month, which means it's the perfect time to start making family meals a normal occurrence in o brian scheil, will discuss the benefits of having family meals and share tips on how to make family dinners a success. brian will show viewers how to create balance in every meal using za'atar-
tenders and vegetables with couscous as an example. tips for family meal success: pick one or two days a week for everyone to commit to. pick a recipe and side dishes the family can agree on. choose foods from all food groups, and foods that vary in color, taste and texture, to increase nutritional benefit. choose a recipe that allows for conveni all good ideas. check out all hy-vee has to offer for fast, easy and healthy meals. plan for conversation starters. for example, have everyone go around the table and say one thing they are grateful for, or share an interesting story from their day. keep everyone in touch by turning the television off and having a "no
chicken tenders and vegetables with couscous serves 4 .all you need: 1 medium navel orange 1 pound trimmed green beans 1 medium red onion, halved and sliced 1/2 cup kalamata or castelvetrano olives 2 tbsp hy-vee select exra- virgin olive oil 2 tbsp dry white wine 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp ground pepper, divided 1 pound hy-vee boneless chicken breast tenders 1 tbsp za'atar 1 cup hy-vee low-sodium chicken broth brian, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow,bri ng your pet questions as our veternarian will handle anything you've got... stay with your 24 hour
midday. the division of criminal investigation is now handling a case after cedar rapids police officers shot and killed a man last nigh city's northwest side. officers responded to a domestic disturbance at valley high apartments on person living at the complex says he heard the gun shots and saw paramedics helping a woman who he says appeared to be injured. here's a live look right now from the des moines suburb of clive where donald trump is set to speak. the republican presidential nominee is holding a campaign rally which is slated to officially start in a few minutes. after that, he heads to another battleground state, pennsylvania for another campaign event.
wants voters to approve 15 point 9 million dollars for new performing arts and athletics complexes. lone tree wants to build a new wellness facility worth 2 point 5 million dollars. and in dubuque, people can extend the district's ppel. polls are open until 8 p-m. 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 game on 9 point two. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. clouds will be sticking around this afternoon, as will scattered showers. winds have swung around to the north, which will help keep highs not far from 70. lingering showers end early tonight with clearing late as lows fall down to the lower 50s. wednesday and thursday look great with sunshine and comfortable highs in the 70s. by friday, showers and thunderstorms are back in the forecast, but they'll be out in time for another pleasant weekend. seasonable mid-september weather is ahead for the start of next week, too.today: mostly cloudy with
? >> announcer: today, we've got an hour of quick and easy daring dinners you'll love. clinton's shaking up supper with the incredible alan cumming. and michael's hanging with "millionaire's" chris harrison. all that, plus another #dareweek challenge, right now on "the chew." hey, everybody. welcome to "the chew." i've got a question for you audience. are you guys feeling fearless today? >> audience: yeah! >> good, because all hour long we're stepping out of our