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early morning news. not done with delays. lots of projects are pushing more traffic to interstate 380 in johnson county. postponing production. theatre cedar rapids says it is trying to regain support following a casting controversy. bringing back the band. after 20 years, mckinley students hope to march in style. it's 5 o'clock on september 15th. here's a live look at the
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has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a really decent day all across the area. clouds will increasing in response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is anticipated until well after the sun goes down. highs today should be into the 70s in all areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly faster timing of the system, it's feasible we may slide by with only isolated showers in the area for football tomorrow night - fingers crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well into the s. eoy your day!today: increasinclouds. wind: se 5-15.: 77 tonight: shers and storms becomeily. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 tomorrow:hers and a few storms likely.i: s 10. high: 76 tom. nitance o wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 anks kaj. re is a live look at e ivers on interstate 380
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drivers on interstate 380 in johnson county this morning, which again will encounter more traffic delays today. drivers on that section of interstate 380 are dealing with big back-ups and new delays. but the wait time has little to do with the interstate itself. the main issues are around the penn street exit. this is video from yesterday, when the traffic was a little lighter. but during peak commute times, the off-ramp interstate. north liberty says the delays are the result of more traffic using interstate 380 because highway 965 is closed at the iowa river bridge for repairs. a widening project on penn street is also snarling traffic leaving the interstate. the city says it plans to look at the timing of the stop lights at that exit, but little changes can cause other problems. "every little change has a ripple effect, more traffic off of 380 south means less traffic
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less traffic off of kansas, so all of those little changes can have big ripple effects and big changes. " the department of transportation is planning to begin work on adding a second interchange at forevergreen road in about one year. it says that should ease the pressure at penn street. the highway 100 extension west of cedar rapids is attracting the attention of contractors and county engineers. they're interested in the highway's pavement. most iowa highways are made of concrete. but i stretch that should open around thanksgiving is asphalt that measures more than a foot thick. "i think the d-o-t will find this project interesting because they saved, right off the bat, 5 million dollars on their 20 million dollar estimate. so this project came in way under budget. " few iowa roads are built with this technique they call "perpetual" asphalt. and as oil prices stay low, asphalt is becoming a more economical alternative to
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the show won't go on... at least for now at theatre cedar rapids. t-c-r is postponing its production of "tribes" because of a casting controversy. t-c-r says it's putting off the play until it can get the support of the deaf community. some have criticized t-c-r for casting an actor who can hear to play a deaf character. but the theatre's artistic director says no deaf actors showed up to audition. t-c-r says it now wants to collaborate with the deaf community to find deaf actors to play those roles. there are also an upcoming play in des moines. some people have asked why there are no latino actors in the des moines playhouse production of west side story next month. the play centers around 2 rival street gangs, the jets, who are white, and the sharks, who are puerto rican. one latino actor had originally earned a role in that production. but he left in protest over how the theatre cast the other characters. "because being latino is a specific experience in the country, it can only be portrayed by those who have a stake in those experiences " the playhouse says it reached
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to the latino community when it held auditions. but it apologizes for not doing more. mckinley middle school is re-starting its marching band program. and the band director is asking for some help. the band hasn't existed for nearly 20 years. the district pitched in funds to pay for new and extra instruments. but students don't have marching uniforms for outside. so the band director started an online fundraiser to get students matching track jackets " 22:35, "i didn't want to exclude any kid cause they couldn't afford it and i didn't want there to be a stigma of some kids can have it some kids can't, so we made it free for everyone. " the band hopes to raise around 25-hundred dollars. they'll add matching baseball caps and track pants to complete the uniform. if you want to donate, we put a link with this story on kcrg dot com. just a day after linn county supervisors approved a higher minimum wage... a third iowa county
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wage. on january 1st, wapello county's minimum wage will rise to $8.20 an hour from the current state minimum of 7.25. it will rise to $9.15 in 2018... ..and $10.10 in 2019. towns have the option of opting out. on monday, linn county supervisors voted to raise its minimum wage. johnson county supervisors voted a year ago to raise the wage. and polk county is considering it. congress is still unable to pass a bill to fund the fight say that's about to cause years of problems. according to c-d-c director tom frieden, the u-s is about to see more children born with birth defects as a result of zika. florida governor rick scott says a lot of those children will be born in his state. " this isn't just a florida issue. this is -- we're the tip of the spear. we have over 60 people now with local or non-travel related zika. this is going to be a national issue. the house and the senate and the president have got to come together
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that zika isn't at the front of senators minds. just under eight weeks until election day, senate republicans are anxious to finish their work and send members up for re- election home for a final campaign push. another key deadline is september 30th, when a deal on federal spending must pass or agency operations could shut down. police now have a suspect in custody in the florida mosque arson case. muslim civil rights advocates ar federal investigation as to whether or not this was a hate crime. andrew spencer reports. police believe the man seen here setting a florida mosque on fire sunday.is 32-year-old joseph michael schreiber. he was arrested wednesday.and faces first-degree felony charges. "an examination of schreiber's social media account also shows multiple anti-islamic posts and comments. schreiber will be charged with arson and florida's hate crime enhancement will also be applied to the charge."as an ex-felon, schreiber could face up to life in prison
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islamic center of fort pierce after midnight sunday night. no one was in the building at the time. the mosque had been attended by omar mateen - the man who killed 49 people at orlando's pulse nightclub. the arson one of several anti-muslim attacks in recent days. in new hampshire, another mosque was vandalized... rocks thrown through the front window while worshippers gathered inside. "it's a devastating experience. my daughter even when she heard it, she slept with us instead of in her room."a spokesman for the council on islamic relations says they've seen an unprecedented spike in attacks in recent months -- blaming isla by some politicians. i'm andrew spencer reporting. a florida man says his smartphone was the source of a fire that torched
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when his samsung galaxy s7 exploded while it was charging on the passenger seat. he quickly pulled over and jumped out of the car. a passerby recorded video on her smartphone of samuels' car in flames. ""i see flames come up and then from that, when i pull over a bigger flame. " he wasn't injured and his samsung smartphone is not under a recall. there have been numerous reports of the samsung galaxy note 7 exploding and injuring peop that phone is now banned from being on board airplanes and buses. the rain is not going away in the southeastern part of the u.s. but the tropical storm is weakening as
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response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is anticipated until well after the sun goes down. highs today should be into the 70s in all areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly
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may slide by with only isolated showers in the area for football tomorrow night - fingers crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well into the 70s. enjoy your day! today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 tonight: showers and storms become likely. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 tomorr storms likely. wind: s 5-10. high: 76 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60
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tropical storm julia is dumping rain on florida and georgia coast. julia formed over florida on tuesday night, with winds of 40-miles per hour causing some damage. a flash flood watch has been issued for parts of coastal georgia and south carolina. the storm is expected to weaken as it continues up through georgia. agriculture consolidation is becoming more common. in this week's agribusiness report, two mergers worth billions are moving forward. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning!
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welcome to the agribusiness
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downward trending farm economy.. agriculture consolidation is reaching new levels.. this week.. two billion dollar mergers are moving forward. the canadian fertilizer companies potash corporation of saskatchewan incorporated and agrium incorporated announced a merger worth 36 billion u-s dollars. potash and agrium together are the third largest natural resource company in
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iowa.. they operate in 18 countries.. and have nearly 20 thousand employees.. potash shareholders will get 52 percent.. with combined leadership from both companies. they expect to close in the middle of 2017. and bayer finally clinched an agreement to buy out monsanto.. for 66 billion dollars.. that's one hundred 28 dollars per share in an all cash transaction.. both boards unanimously approved the agreement. in their release.. theyclaim value point five billion dollars after three years.. in a video statement on a bayer-monsanto website.. advancing together dot com.. bayer says the merger benefits agriculture.. "what we do is good for consumers. we help to produce efficient, safe, healthy, and affordable food. it is also good for our growers, because they have better choices to way. shareholders from both companies benefit from this transaction, because this is about value creation and growth." monsanto says this is an exciting time for the future. "together with bayer, we're going to be able to offer growers even better solutions faster. this combination will deliver just that, an innovation engine that pairs
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world class seeds and traits." there are some critics of these mergers in the agriculture community.. they claim having fewer companies limits farmer choice. ---- cattle is still getting a boost upward.. while there are small moves in the grains.. "we have more of a mixed type of trade today. the corn dead cat bounce we call it, we expect the yield to improve as we move north. but you know, the market still remains anchored by the big overall supplies regardless if the yield is a bit disapointing on corn early. soybeans, the downside, trying to find some stability with the stronger demand, but overall it's harvest time. the market is anchored on rallies by larger supplies and the combine's rolling." "the cattle market, it feels like we've put in a seasonal low on the cash market getting more of a technical bounc here as the basis levels move more positive. looking for cash cattle this week to trade more steady. the boxed beef feels like it's down at some big support levels. demand ahead should improve, but also supplies tighten. " "the
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cooler weather looking for weights to increase. so overall, bigger supplies ahead, and the market technically this week now at some very oversold levels after the sharp break that we've had." ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. hope to see you again tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in th section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.31 oc: standard a kansas energy company thinks it may have the perfect tool for mowing lawns. it's a weed-eater but not the electric or gas powered kind. but the kind... ...that literally ingests weeds and grass--goats. westar energy is working with barn-yard weed warriors on a pilot project using roughly 70 lawn-mowing goats. this week they let the goats graze in a one-acre area around an energy center, moving the animals
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the goats can be used on a larger pieces of land owned by westar and others. a 29 year old man is the latest confirmed case in legionnares' disease outbreak in a minneapolis suburb. the minnesota health department is now scrambling to find the source of the fast acting bacteria.
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response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is until well after the sun goes down. highs today should be into the 70s in all areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly faster timing of the system, it's feasible we may slide by with only isolated showers in the area for
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crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well into the 70s. enjoy your day!today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 tonight: showers and storms become likely. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 tomorrow: showers and a few storms likely. wind: s 5-10. high: 76 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. the number of people who have
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hopkins, minnesota is now up to six. five of those people fit the description of typical legionnaires' victims...they'r e older adults. but as jessica miles tells us, this latest confirmed case is different. 29 year old joe butler was working alongside his dad at their auto repair shop in hopkins last week... he's now in the icu at north memorial medical center after his temperature spiked to 104 degrees early wednesday morning.. moved him to icu 9:05 and 2:25- i'm just worried about him."joe got sick last thursday night.. friday he missed work.. suffering severe muscle pain.. headaches and diarrhea. by sunday afternoon he knew he had to go to the hospital... "he thought his life was at risk. 12:32 he thought he was dying? yes." for his family.. its concerning how quickly this healthy, young guy was
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def. very difficult to see him like this... its terrifying." the minnesota department of health says it has talked with at least 3 big businesses near downtown hopkins trying to find the source of the bacteria. supervalu and thermotech about their cooling systems.. and cargill about this outdoor fountain.. that has now been turned off. legionnaires is contracted by inhaling mist -- from water sources -- that contain the bacteria. hopkins has had a lot of construction lately.. we saw this construction takner spraying water just west of downtown. the health department says while not a likely source.. th def. important to get it out there.. " joe butler's family is speaking out with a mission.. "he would be grateful because nobody should go through this." "i hope the dept. of health can get a handle on this and can finds the source so it can prevent other from getting sick and potentially dying." "the health dept. isn't tell people to avoid hopkins although police and fire responding to medical calls are alerting paramedics telling them to notify doctors if need be. in
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telling people to avoid hopkins. but police and fire who are responding to medical calls are alerting paramedics telling them to notify doctors if need be. the controversial kinnick house in iowa city will have to wait for a decision. a packed meeting last night ended without a decision on the appeal for the house. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it' you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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early morning news. iowa pipeline protesters will face a judge in court today. police arrested several standing against the pipeline in boone over the weekend. talking to the public about what they didn't like. that's what mount vernon schools
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an apparent confession. the trial of a dubuque man accused of killing his daughter moves to testimony following opening statements. good thursday morning! it's 530 on september 15th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first plan on a really decent day all across the area. clouds will increasing in response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is anticipated until well after the sun goes down. highs today should be into the 70s in all areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly faster timing of the system, it's feasible we may slide by with only isolated showers in the area for football tomorrow night - fingers crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well
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become likely. wind: se 5-10. w: chance of showers, mainly rly.n0 thanks kaj. kken peline protest court this morning. state troopers arrested 30 people when they blocked the path workers used to get to the construction site. those arrested are members of the bakken pipeline resistance coalition. this is video of the protest in boone, where they were arrested. the protestors are upset the company building
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domain to acquire property rights for it. they're also concerned about possible harm to the environment. the pipeline will go through 18 counties in iowa. after their hearing this morning at the boone county courthouse, protesters are holding a news conference detailing their plan to fight the pipeline. yesterday dozens of members of the resistance coalition protested in des moines. they delivered a petition with 33,000 signatures to people from the department of justice at the federal courthouse. they are calling on president obama and the reject pending permits and rescind existing permits for the pipeline. last week, the obama administration temporarily halted construction of a part of the pipeline in north dakota. the iowa supreme court is deciding whether to weigh in on a lawsuit pitting des moines water works against upstream farmers. the farmers are accused of contaminating rivers with nitrates from fertilizer. the justices heard arguments yesterday in the case, which asks the court to decide whether agriculture drainage districts have
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not, the water utility can ask for monetary damages. water works officials say removing excess nitrate from water cost one point five million dollars last year. the agency sued three northwest iowa counties that oversee 10 drainage districts. the lawsuit is on hold until the iowa supreme court makes its ruling. neighbors in iowa city must wait a little longer to find out if a plan to build a house resembling kinnick stadium will move forward. the iowa city board of adjustment postponed its decorah couple build the home. the neighbors of manville heights association and some property owners in the area are appealing the city's building permit. one person says that construction of the kinnick-style house would negatively impact the health, welfare and safety of the neighborhood. meetings will continue next wednesday. mount vernon school's superintendent wants to know why a bond issue failed so badly with voters. a 15-point-9 million dollar bond would have paid for a new auditorium, performing
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renovations to classrooms. only 36 percent of voters said yes. the superintenden t says the district will ask why approval was so low. "we have to look at what the public tells us. we'll be surveying folks. we'll probably have some other opportunities for people to explain." o'malley says the district can't put the bond on the ballot again for six months. iowa big will get a million dollars to provide opportunities to students in gives students a capstone like experience through a real world project. iowa big recently applied for grant money through the x-q super school project, which had a bus tour through cedar rapids. that project encourages people to rethink the high school experience. it didn't win the grand prize. but organizers liked iowa big and will give the program one million dollars over five years. a high-ropes course, zipline, and new horseback riding area are just a
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enjoy in north liberty. the camp is showing off the updates today at a ribbon cutting ceremony. the changes create a central resident-camp property. this summer, the camp hosted more than 1,300 girls, nearly double the number from last year. a dubuque man is facing charges today for a fight 3 years ago after a concert in wisconsin. the sheriff's office in crawford county wisconsin says anthony runde and joshua milligan had a grudge against each other and they started fighting at the rock on the river concert in bridg later, officers found milligan unconscious with head injuries in a campsite area near the concert. after a 3-year investigation, officers arrested runde tuesday. runde faces charges of attempted homicide and aggravated battery. prosecutors say robert stern killed his daughter who has autism because she was a burden. that was part of opening statement in stern's murder trial, which continues today. robert stern has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder.
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in june of 2015, police say he admitted to shooting every round of three guns at his daughter, kimberly stern, killing her in the dubuque home they shared. she was 27. prosecutors say stern admitted to police officers that he killed her. then on the way to the police station, stern faked a medical emergency so they took him to the hospital. that's where they say officers were going to record stern confessing he killed his daughter because she quote "pushed his buttons." the officer accidentally di confession. police described stern as frail and confused when he was talking to them. "as passed by him through the kitchen, mr. stern made a couple of statements, as i am passing by. one was, ' i am dying of cancer'. the other is, 'i heard voices'." stern's attorney described kimberly as having severe autism. stern's wife had recently died, and he'd become kimberly's only care provider. the defense says kimberly also had another mental
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are in the country illegally should not be driving. he re-emphasized on his stance during his weekly conference call yesterday. grassley was talking about a man who he says had been living in the u-s illegally. that man, fernando aguilar, was involved in a crash last week that killed lea phann , a 12 year old girl from des moines. grassley says he's requested aguilar's immigration records from the department of homeland security. " 16:37 yes we're in the middle of the case, the same way we've been involved in the murder of katie stein or the person in omaha who was killed by a drunk driver who was also undocumented. we're trying to the senator says he wants to know if the government had considered deporting aguilar in the past, and if he had received any immigration benefits. fall hasn't technically begun yet, and retailers are looking for workers for the holidays. and so are delivery companies, although this year they plan to hire even more
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ord plan on a really decent day all
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plan on a really decent day all across the area. clouds will increasing in response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is anticipated until well after the sun goes down. hig areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly faster timing of the system, it's feasible we may slide by with only isolated showers in the area for
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crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well into the 70s. enjoy your day! today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 tonight: showers and storms become likely. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 tomorrow: showers and a few storms likely. wind: s 5-10. high: 76 tom. night: wind: sw 5-10. low: 60
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streaming you have the right device. meanwhile, tonight the social media site plans to live stream its 1st of 10 n-f-l games tonight. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine.
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off 3 days of erratic moves. retail industry experts believe temporary hiring for the holiday season this year to be flat when compared to last year. some retailers have already announced their plans. target says it will hire 70- thousand seasonal workers for its stores. then hire another 75- hundred to help out in its distribution and fulfillment centers. toys r us is now accepting
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at its stores and distribution facilities. while stores may not be increasing their hiring by much this year, delivery companies will need more workers. u-p-s says it will hire about 95,000 seasonal workers, mostly package handlers and drivers. that's slightly more than last year during the holidays. the shares for tech company, apple, are down nearly 16 percent from the highs of may of 2015. but yesterday, they surged 3-point-5 percent to their highest contribute the increase to strong reports of preorders for the latest i-phone. the stock is also getting a lift since many are worried about exploding samsung phones. twitter has launched an app for live streaming video on apple t-v, amazon fire t-v and microsoft's x-box one. the app will feature all the live streaming material available on the social network, including periscope and vine. this comes as twitter starts its live-stream of 10 n-f-l thursday night games with tonight's matchup between the
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across the area. clouds will increasing in response to our next area of low pressure, but no rain is anticipated until well after the sun goes down. highs today should be into the 70s in all areas. late tonight into friday, rain does appear likely with widespread totals of 0.50" to 1.0" with isolated higher amounts as well. no severe weather is anticipated. given the slightly faster timing of the system, it's feasible we
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isolated showers in the area for football tomorrow night - fingers crossed! the weekend continues to look great with highs well into the 70s. enjoy your day!today: increasing clouds. wind: se 5-15. high: 77 become likely. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 tomorrow: showers and a few storms likely. wind: s 5-10. high: 76 tom. night: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60
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stories... protesters in iowa arrested while standing against an oil pipeline are appearing in court today. over the weekend over a dozen protesters were arrested in boone. they are trying to stop construction of the bakken oil pipeline that will run through 18 counties in iowa.
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hawks prepare for north dakota state. i guess when you win five national titles in a row that will get your attension real quick. it's really amazing scott their success if you look at it they have to win four playoff games in each of those seasons so that's 20 playoff game that they won where it me win or go home and
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an amazing feat. what makes him feel successful on tape when you look at it? you know my first exposure in 2008 they beat minnesota innthe dome it was a really really well coached hard nosed physical football team you turn on the tape four years ago two years ago right now. they look the same they just play hard. they are very well coached they have very good players and now they know challenge he is a really good football player they had that tremendous quarterback a course second pick in the draft last year who got hurt last year so easton went in their and 8-0 as a starter didnt skip a beat good athlete and very poised he is a winner so he's playing really well. speaking of wb's your cj was really accurate in some type windows how much is that his ability to get to practice at full speed? he has been out
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spring every day in the fall. that in combination with him being a senior he's got great confidence in his teammates and they certainly have confidence in him so it's a really good combination what did you see when you you look at the film they seemed a lot more physical your team this last game? i thought especially on defense we looked more like us we were kind of tentative like were thinking too much that first game more aggressive saturday it was good to plays that's good to see also. do you expect to have parker hesse back? he's got a chance it's kind a like jay scheel a week ago and we were working him back he got to play saturday i think parker's got in is in that same situation so as long as we don't have a set back he should play. north dakota state has won five straight against fbs opponents so they will not be intimidated coming to kinnick stadium.. it will be a homecoming for ndsu coach chris klieman who grew up in waterloo and played and coached
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former waterloo west standout running back lance dunn who had 128 yards rushing and two touchdowns including the game winner last week in a 50-44 overtime win over eastern washington. they looked at me they didn't really recruit me me like they overlooked me a lot so i am like let's go i am ready to show them what i am about. i mean it would've been nice to go their but i am really proud of the decision i made to come here. it is a great atmosphere fans are crazy just like ours just a lot bigger it is not goin anything surprising for us so we will be ready to go. sot :22 oc: "we will be ready to go " i don't care if it is underwater basket weaving anytime coe- cornell get together it means something. they met on the pitch tonight... coe scored two goals within the first four minutes of the game, this is the second goal by ashley moos who blasts one in to the far side... but cornell cuts the deficit in half off the free kick, denver grad deidre franzen hits it over the goal
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kohawks seal the deal with five minutes left, gabby lancial with the goal... coe wins its 4th straight, 3-1 the final the kirkwood volleyball team is having a great season hosting ellsworth tonight.. and they off to a good start with the double block.. and then the 6 footer inside erica armstrong from guttenberg went to work with kill.. and she had a proud pappa in the stands and then armstrong on set point put another one away to give and they kept rolling in set two morgan grimm with the hammer and kirkwood raises their record to 14-2 with the 3-0 sweep. and finally former hawkeye all-american safety bob sanders is a first time nominee for the pro football hall of fame class of 2017 joining fellow hawk jay hillgenberg. former regis and uni star kurt warner was a
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starting off with a live look at . it's thursday september 15th. here's what you need to know today. iowa protesters against a pipeline will face charges in court today. police arrested more than a dozen protesters in boone over the weekend. drivers are running into delays on i-380 by north another highway plus roadwork on penn street are tightening traffic. an appeal decision pushed back. we'll have to wait another week to find out if construction will stop on a house that looks like kinnick stadium. a question of a confession. the trial for a dubuque man accused of killing his daughter will move past opening statements today. hillary clinton is back campaigning today after getting pneumonia. clinton and donald trump have now released at least some medical records. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning

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