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accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student, was scheduled to appear in linn county court. but that never happened. the courthouse was expecting mary beth haglin at 9:30 this morning, but she never showed up. a judge issued a warrant for her arrest, saying she violated her no-contact order. this is a still of video from daily." it shows haglin at a cedar rapids strip club talking to the student. longtime washington high school principal, doctor ralph plagman retired as a result of the investigation into haglin's relationship. the district said he mishandled that investigation. activities director mike johnson also stepped down as a result of the investigation. the woman prosecutors say robert stern was obsessed with, april white, takes the stand
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killing his daughter last year. his daughter was 27 years old and had autism. prosecutors say he shot her more than a dozen times because she was a burden on him. during opening statements, prosecutors suggested that stern wanted his daughter out of his life so he could have more time for white. yesterday's testimony surrounded stern's mental and physical health when officers arrested him. several officers testified he seemed tired, know his name. inside his home, they found bottles of prescription medication... including narcotic pain killers. "perhaps he took an overdose of his medication and this was an attempt to take his own life, but out of concern for him, we thought we would got to the hospital and have him checked out. " an emergency room nurse testified the evaluation showed there was nothing medically wrong with
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that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. it was a rainy start to the morning for a lot of people across eastern iowa. meteorologist britley ritz joins us for our first alert forecast. britley, are we done with the rain for now? a few showers and light drizzle is the only worry we'll have this afternoon and into the early evening hours. high temperatures will sit in the middle 70s for the majority of us here in eastern iowa. evening starts to progress and rain chances will come to an end. that means, if you're going out to any of the friday night light games you should be just fine. it may be a bit damp, but overall not too shabby. overnight we'll watch the clouds start to break and we'll see partly cloudy skies. low temperatures will drop into the low 60s. your weekend isn't too bad! some sunshine and temperatures sitting into the 70s, pushing near 80 on sunday. today: isolated showers and drizzle. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 76 73 to 79 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 58
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c-r-s-t is celebrating the opening of its new headquarters in downtown cedar rapids. the trucking and transportation company has been working on its 11- story, 37 million dollar building for 4 and a half years. it's on frs right along the cedar river. the top eight floors will be offices for c-r-s-t, bankers trust, r-s-m accounting, and holmes murphy and associates insurance firm. the bottom three floors are parking. c-r-s-t says it's happy to now be part of downtown cedar rapids. "by coming downtown, we're hoping to revitalize the downtown, so it becomes more vibrant and larger. and because we think that helps the community. "
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that will help protect the city from any future flooding. there's a new proposal for a cedar rapids casino, but it's a lot different from the one that failed in 2014. wild rose casinos is teaming up with local developers for a "boutique" style casino. it would go up in a parking lot next to the skogman commercial real estate building across from the doubletree hotel. it would be a smaller casino than what the one that failed in 2014. this one would be a 40-million dollar project, that's a quarter of the cost of the previo that one failed because the state feared it would feed off of other existing casinos too much. "what i'm hoping when the study comes back it'll let us right size this and it won't be as impactful to riverside and the isle of capri." the wild rose proposal would employ between 200 and 250 people. after being a leading voice in the 'birther' movement in the 20-12 election, donald trump says he now believes president obama was born in the
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the trump campaign released that in a statement last night. during the past presidential election, trump doubted the president was born in the country because his father is from kenya. trump was calling on president obama to release his birth certificate, which the president did. trump's vice presidential nominee, indiana governor mike pence, will be back in iowa on monday. pence is scheduled to be at the music man square in mason city at 3:00 that afternoon. this is video from the governor's last trip to rapids last month. democratic nominee hillary clinton spoke at the black women's symposium this morning in atlanta. this was one of her first campaign stops since battling pneumonia earlier this week. she spoke about her illness this morning, saying she probably should have followed her doctors orders to rest. the former secretary of state also used the issue to talk about women's rights. " my instinct was to push through it. that is what women do every single day. i felt no different. life has shown us that we do have to work harder at the office while still baring most of
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clinton also joked at the event that she was happy her pneumonia caused republicans to get interested in women's health. government officials say nearly a million samsung smartphones have the potential to explode or catch fire. the consumer product safety commission announced a recall for the galaxy note-7. it says 97 abc's ray raimundi reports. just like many of its customers... samsung -- feeling the burn over their exploding cell phones. nats of cell phone burning the consumer product safety commission...n ow stepping in. warning galaxy note 7 buyers to turn in their phones. elliot kaye / cpsc chairman "today's message is to take that phone into your carrier or directly to samsung, if that's where you purchased it, and take advantage of this recall."
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phones.. 26 people burned and 55 pieces of property -- damaged. including cars.. like this one...bursting into flames. nats of new samsung phones being shipped out a rush now to return those galaxy note 7's...after samsung says it was only this model... with a defective battery.. but reports have surfaced of other galaxy phones...overheating...smokin g...and burning. sot mareno greenwade, samsung customer: "i was actually just sitting at my desk at work and it pretty much exploded." samsung was only able to get 130 thousand customers to exchange phones... but 800 thousand mobile devices. circulation. nat pop of tim baxter "we apologize." as the u-s president of samsung issues an apology to its consumers.. the timing of the samsung chaos couldn't be worse.. as cell phone consumers wait in endless lines... for rival apple's release ... of the i-phone 7. ray raimundi standup close: samsung promises to have new phones in stores by next wednesday. and along with replacements... gift cards.. accessory credits...and bill credits are being offered as additional incentives. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. and a reminder there's a big
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in high school football... tonight iowa city high is taking on iowa city west at home. if you can't make it to the game, watch it live on kcrg 9 point 2. our coverage begins at 7 p-m. we'll also have highlights tonight at 10 on friday night lights. you've likely heard of the online shopping for one man in california, the service helped him get a lot more than just a cheap meal or gadget. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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is the only worry we'll have this afternoon and into the early evening hours. high temperatures will sit in the middle 70s for the majority of us here in eastern iowa. evening starts to progress and rain chances will come to an end. that means, if you're going out to any of the friday night light games you should be just fine. it may be a bit damp, but overall not too shabby. overnight we'll watch the clouds start to break and we'll see partly cloudy skies. low temperatures will drop into the low 60s. your weekend isn't too bad! some sunshine and temperatures sitting into the 70s, pushing near 80 on sunday. today: isolated showers and drizzle. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 76
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mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 58 dbq: 59 iow: 61 57 to 63 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 alo: 75 dbq: 75 iow: 76 72 to 78 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 alo: 52 dbq: 52 iow: 54 51 to 57 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 79 low: 54 monday: chance of storms. high: 83 low: 58 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 80 low: 60 wednesday: partly cloudy. high: 82 low: 59 thursday: slight chance of storms. high: 83 low: 61 friday: chance of storms. high: 73 low: 64 saturday: chance of showers. high: 71 low: 53
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a four way kidney swap is about to happen in san francisco. it all started with one woman getting a good deal on groupon. wayne freedman reports. "and you can see the kidney has a longer vein..."
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session for yet another kidney transplant at the california pacific medical center. geary mckoy, the recipient... dr. nikole neidlinger, one of the surgeons... janet jennings, the donor... nats: "you ever see your kidney before? no..." tomorrow she gives it to geary through a connection that would never have happened if his wife, jean, had not been giving janet a facial as part of a groupon promotion. nats: it was not a kidney groupon..." no. more like two women talking about life....and how jean's not being able to donate to geary inspired janet to help. sot: because i can. wouldn't you? nats: "there are three other people doing the same thing i am doing..." tomorrow she will be part of a donation chain transplanting kidneys to four people. standup: freedman kidney transplants have been around since 1960. that technology is not the story. but eight people involed in four related transplants? it's so complicated we have a flow chart of the people involved. sot: janet wanted to give to geary but her kidney was incompatable, so her's goes to carla, who passes it on to elias, who donates to
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ceaesar, who gives to josephina who donates to geary." nats: got it? sot: dr. nikole neidlinger/tra nsplant surgeon "you have to come with a living donor to enter into the swap." for geary and the other patients, it means no more dialysis. for the hospital. for the donors... sot: if you can help someone get a better quality of life, why not. wouldn't you?" it's a personal question made possible by modern medicine... and a procedure that that may lead to a really good party for eight people, down the road. sot: you will need a bus when this is over. yes, we will go to napa. don't wreck you kidneys while you're there...' at cal pacific medical center in san francisco, wayne freedman, abc7 news. "can you tell her thank you? thank you." that's four-year-old joshua warren of altoona. warren got to thank ruth
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lifesaving kidney. the little boy was born with just one kidney. and that kidney operated at only 15 percent, so that meant tired easily, and couldn't just be a kid. powell decided to donate her kidney because it just seemed like the right thing to do. federal legislators are taking a hard look at giant agriculture consolidations. hear senator chuck grassley's concerns next in our agribusiness report.
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legislators are taking a hard look at all the agriculture consolidation going on.. iowa senator chuck grassley says this tuesday.. there will be a hearing going over a bunch of the big agriculture mergers.. in the
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dow, dupont, syngenta and now maybe monsanto and bayer will be there. he says he wants to get everything out on the table. "but the most important thing is to put pressure on the justice department and the federal trade commission to make sure that our anti-trust laws are fully enforced and that mergers do not violate those anti-trust laws." grassley says anti-trust laws are written to protect the consumer.. the proposed mergers or buyouts could limit the most of the gasoline sold in the u-s has about 10 percent ethanol.. five years ago.. the environmental protection agency approved use of 15 percent ethanol.. called e-15 for all vehicles made the year 2001 or after.. today.. iowa governor terry branstad
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september 16th is iowa e-15 day.. opening up the gasoline for the winter driving season.. the summer blend is designed for flex fuel vehicles.. coinciding on that day.. 21 kum and go stores in des moines are offering a promotional e-15 deal to 2001 and newer vehicles of a dollar 15 cents a gallon.. during day hours.. there are around 70 gas stations around iowa that offer e-15.. ---- the beans and cattle markets are finally seeing some green after a tough week. "ry choppy, kind of a lackluster trade, especially in corn. not much voliatility at all as the market is waiting on futher updates as we progress through harvest. lows seem to be in for use and don't see much voliatility at all. over to beans, we've got good demand still suppo out of a fresh sell this morning. but here again, not much going on as the fund money and big traders wait for their numbers as we get into harvest." "finally seeing some green here this morning in cattle. there's been talk around that are the fall lows in now or not? i don't see the packers caving in a whole lot. but still, got big supplies hanging the market, big weights out there." "two sided trade. opened up a little bit higher, lower now, we're back to a mixed bag. market oversold, obviously, quick cutouts soft, cash soft, big supplies still overhanging the market. but
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here. wouldn't be surprised to see a little bit of a couple dollar bounce just to relieve the technicals." ---- there's a new target date for the environmental protection agency's assessment on glyphosate.. now pushed to the spring of next year.. the e-p-a is two years late in proposing risk levels that will be the basis on if lawmakers will keep the herbicide on the market.. ---- and that's it for the agribusiness report.. thanks for tuning in.. i'll see you again next time.. have a good weekend everybody ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report.
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nearly two million vehicles worldwide because the air bags might not deploy in a crash. chrysler, dodge and jeep vehicles manufactured between 2010 and 2014 are among the recalled models. the automaker says an air bag and seat belt control module may not work properly in crash. dollar general is looking to hire 10- thousand new workers as it opens 19-hundred new tennessee- based discount retailer will host hiring events at 600 locations through september 24th. at those events applicants can apply for full-time and part-time positions. looking for a few snacks for a tailgate party this weekend? how about a fan favorite... spinach-artichoke dip! diamond jo's chef gives us a look at the recipe, next. welcome back to the diamond joe
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tailgate season and i have the perfect dish for you to bring to your next party. we're going to make a spinach artichoke dip that will blow you away. we're going to start without about a pound of softened cream cheese about a tablespoon of mayonnaise and two table spoons of a prepared pesto. to our cheese
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cup of red pepper, some diced onions and i have about a pound of spinach. and about a pound of diced artichokes. finally i'm going to add about a teaspoon of salt and pepper. want to transfer our mixture into a baking dish this is going in the oven at 350 for 25 minutes. so give this recipe a try at your next event, i'm sure it will score big congress is weighing its options
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meanwhile, doctors in philadelphia say they may have found a way to treat the dangerous virus. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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her violating her no-contact order, mary beth haglin was scheduled to appear linn county court in this morning. investigators are releasing more details on an officer- involved shooting in cedar
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says the republican nominee now believes president obama was born in the united states. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. a former substitute teacher accused of an inappropriate relationship with a student didn't show up for a scheduled court appearance this morning. she allegedly violated a no-contact order. beth haglin meeting with that student at woody's show club in cedar rapids. haglin also faces a charge of sexual exploitation by a school employee. she worked as a sub at cedar rapids washington high school. the district says administrators mishandled the investigation into the relationship. that forced the resignation of long-time principal ralph plagman and activities director mike johnson. the iowa division of criminal
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officers who fired their guns, killing a man. officers jeremiah white and ashleigh steil responded to a domestic disturbance at valley high apartments on edgewood road northwest monday night. that's where they found markell bivins, who police say had stabbed a woman multiple times. they shot and killed him. authorities didn't explain what prompted them to shoot. the woman is expected to survive her injuries. both officers are on administrative leave, per new at midday... guttenberg police are searching for a man they say tried to abduct three children. police say he got out of a black suv and told the children to get into his truck. the children then ran away and the suspect drove off. witnesses say the suv may have had out-of-state license plates. new at midday, a motorcycle driver was airlifted to the hospital after a crash in henry
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the iowa state patrol says 61-year-old bruce grove lost control of his motorcycle just two miles south of mount pleasant on highway 218. this was around 2:20 yesterday afternoon. a med-force helicopter took grove to the university of iowa hospitals for treatment. his condition is not yet known. a hit and run injured a pedestrian early this morning in southeast des moines. police responded to east park avenue around 6:30 this morning. authorities are still looking for whoever hit the pedestrian. the extent of the pedestrian's inj whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. the number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. meteorologist britley rits joins us for the first alert forecast,. britley, how's our friday looking? a few showers and light drizzle is the only worry we'll have this afternoon and into the early evening hours. high
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us here in eastern iowa. temperatures will drop as the evening starts to progress and rain chances will come to an end. that means, if you're going out to any of the friday night light games you should be just fine. it may be a bit damp, but overall not too shabby. overnight we'll watch the clouds start to break and we'll see partly cloudy skies. low temperatures will drop into the low 60s. your weekend isn't too bad! some sunshine and temperatures sitting into the 70s, pushing near 80 on sunday.today: isolated showers and drizzle. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 76 73 to 79 mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 58 dbq: 59 iow: 61 57 to 63 five years after claiming president obama was not born in the united states, republican donald trump's may have reversed his
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that he believed the president was born inside the country. but the statement came on the same day trump told the washington post he wasn't ready to make that change. abc's karen travers reports. first from donald trump this morning...maxi mizing buzz for his new washington dc hotel donald trump nice hotel, under budget, on time and then this donald trump president obama was born in the united states period and now we all want to get back to making america great again. for years trump has refused to acknowledge that president obama was born in the united states - contrary. his statement today amounts to admitting the sky is blue. rick klein, abc news political dir. when donald trump goes birther it is a thinly veiled attempt to appeal to the fringes of the country. it's a coded sort of language for people who have hated obama from the start, questioned his legitimacy. it has veins of racism through it. it seemed like this was trump's best week in months - national and state polls trending in his direction, hillary clinton facing tough questions about her health and explaining her characterization of trump's supporters as a basket of deplorables. and now the week ends with the spotlight on trump and and the birther movement. rick klein a chunk of voters
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questions obama's birth status. clinton also in washington dc this morning - both she and trump invited to speak at the black women's agenda conference but only she accepted. hillary clinton there's no place i would rather be she blasted trump for his crusade about obama's birth certificate hillary clinton trump led the birther movement. his campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. there is no erasing it in history. we cant just accept this - we've got to stand up to this. o/c close president obama was asked today about donald trump's comments - he said he's shocked this is still an issue...and he's never had any doubt about where he was born. kt abc news washington
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back in iowa on monday. pence is scheduled to be at the music man square in mason city at 3:00 that afternoon. this is video from the governor's last trip to iowa when he campaigned in cedar rapids last month. democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine will be in iowa on monday as well. the virginia senator is visiting iowa state univers the hillary clinton campaign says kaine's visit will focus on young people getting involved in presidential campaigns. health officials at florida state university are monitoring an outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease. the school says a dozens of students were treated at on-campus health locations. seven others went to off- campus facilities for treatment. florida state says it's expecting more cases to pop up in the next few days. the university is encouraging all students
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to avoid getting sick. as congress continues to discuss funding options for zika, some doctors have created their own solution. doctors at a philadelphia- based lab are testing a zika virus vaccine approved for human trials. researchers are reportedly testing the vaccine on 40 people. one doctor says what makes this vaccine different is that it's entirely synthetic. " we're rehearsing the immune system, making them able so when they would encounter the real pathogen, they'd be prepared " he says the do a good indication that the vaccine is stimulating the generation of cells that would target the zika virus. the f-d-a will determine when and if everyone can use the zika vaccine. new folders, new pencils and new clothes... it can be exciting to back-to-school shopping. but with cost increasing every year, it can also be a daunting time for parents who can't afford these items. according to the national retail federation, parents will spend an average of
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as kcrg-tv9's allison wong shows us, shop with a cop relieves that financial burden and also builds trust. richard grimes was overwhelmed when he was nominated for shop with a cop. "richard grimes - he said i would love to do something for your family, i want to recommend y ou for the shop with a cop program." so here he is with his sons jacob, brandon and blake shopping for school clothes. "richard - we got some winter stuff, let's see some hats and gloves, and kind of essentials for shock tthe oldest, jacob. "jacob grimes - i thought we'd go around and get whatever we want, but instead we get clothes for school." walking down the aisles of target with an officer was the best part for brandon. "brandon grimes - she's nice, she's cool and she's funny." and along with all the fun, dad's happy to have the extra support from the program. "money's tight as it is for most people, so it's nice just to be able to get a little extra to help out with back to school shopping and clothes for the winter. for brandon, it was a night he
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cool, my first time doing it and it was just really fun." in dubuque, allison wong, kcrg tv-9 news. hollywood's favorite stars are gearing up for a big night... we'll tell you who's favored for this weekend's emmy's, coming up in today's showbiz wrap. and iowa football preps for a big game tomorrow against north dakota state. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9.
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is the only worry we'll have this afternoon and into the early evening hours. high temperatures will sit in the middle 70s for the majority of us here in eastern iowa. temperatures will drop as the evening starts to progress and rain chances will come to an end. that
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just fine. it may be a bit damp, but overall not too shabby. overnight we'll watch the clouds start to break and we'll see partly cloudy skies. low temperatures will drop into the low 60s. your weekend isn't too bad! some sunshine and temperatures sitting into the 70s, pushing near 80 on sunday.today: isolated showers and drizzle. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 76 73 to 79 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind: sw 5-10. low: 60 alo: 58 dbq: 59 iow: 61 57 to 63 tomorrow: partly sunny. wind: nw 5-15. high: 75 alo: 75 dbq: 75 iow: 76 72 to clear. wind: nw 5-10. low: 54 alo: 52 dbq: 52 iow: 54 51 to 57 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 79 low: 54 monday: chance of storms. high: 83 low: 58 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 80 low: 60 wednesday: partly cloudy. high: 82 low: 59 thursday: slight chance of storms. high: 83 low: 61 friday: chance of storms. high: 73 low: 64 saturday: chance of showers. high: 71 low: 53
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hollywood is just days in theaters today are expected to do well at the box office. jason nathanson has today's showbiz wrap. we're just days away from tv's biggest night - the emmys - and the stars around town are getting ready, making sure those dresses and suits fit. for viola davis, she's now a veteran, after winning best actress in a drama last year for her role on how to get away with murder. she's up again this year, and ready with tips on tackling the red carpet
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toes, and smear my crisco on, and put my ballet slippers in my evening bag and i'm good to go. laughs" and then after the show, it's time to party. cheryl ceccheto oversees the official after party, the governor's ball, and she says it's a great place for stars with a sweet tooth cheryl cecchetto/ow ner, sequoia productions: "i think they brought in, i don't know how many: 7000, 8000 pieces of chocolate. the guests cannot only enjoy the chocolates here, but they have great to-go boxes to take a few home." the emmys airs live this sunday on abc. at the box office this weekend, it's the battle of the b's - blair witch vs. zellweger's sequel will likely compete with the horror sequel for 2nd place - both may fall to last weekend's winner, sully. also new, oliver stone's snowden, starring joseph gordon levitt as the nsa leaker, which is looking at a 4th place opening. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. the 13th ranked iowa hawkeyes
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morning in iowa city. after taking down miami of ohio and iowa state, they'll take on fcs powerhouse north dakota state. kickoff is set for 11:00 tomorrow morning at kinnick. if you don't have tickets, you can catch the game on espn 2. iowa state university is still looking for its first win of the season. they have a touch matchup tomorrow as they travel to forth worth texas to battle tcu. the cyclones lost to their in-state rivals in northern iowa and 2. kickoff for tomorrow's game is set for 11:00. that game can be found on fox sports one. and the uni panthers are making their first road trip out of the state tomorrow. they're heading out to eastern washington to take on the eagles. kickoff is set for 6:00 tomorrow night. you can find that game live on kcrg 9 point 2. and in high school football... tonight iowa city high is taking on iowa city west at home. if you can't make it to
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our coverage begins at 7 p-m. we'll also have highlights tonight at 10 on friday night lights. time is running out ahead of the fall to get work done in the garden. our master gardener will be here next to answer you questions. if you have a question for larry dawson, call us now at 319-399-5998. anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could... love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana?. it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c. a pill taken just once in the morning,
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blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. in fact, it's been proven to be more effective at lowering a1c than januvia. invokana? works around the clock by reducing the amount of sugar allowed back into the body, and sending some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for lowering systolic blood pressure or weight loss, it may help you with both. invokana? can cause important side effects, including dehydration, which may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, lightheaded, other side effects may include kidney problems, genital yeast infections, changes in urination, high potassium, increases in cholesterol, risk of bone fracture, or urinary tract infections, possibly serious. serious side effects may include ketoacidosis, which can be life threatening. stop taking and call your doctor right away if you experience symptoms. or if you experience symptoms of allergic reaction
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do not take invokana? if you have severe liver or kidney problems or are on dialysis. tell your doctor about any medical conditions and medications you take. using invokana? with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. it's time to turn things around. lower your blood sugar with invokana?. imagine loving your numbers. there's only one invokana?. ask your doctor about it by name. for the fall. master gardener larry dawson joins us now. if you have a question for larry, give us a call now at 319-399-5998.
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is the only worry we'll have this afternoon and into the early evening hours. high temperatures will sit in the middle 70s for the majority of us here in eastern iowa. temperatures will drop as the evening starts to progress and rain chances will come to an end. that means, if you're going out to any of the friday night light games you should be just fine. it may be a bit damp, but overall not too shabby. overnight we'll watch the clouds start to break and we'll see partly cloudy skies. low temperatues will drop into the low 60s. your weekend isn't too bad! some sunshine and temperatures sitting into the 70s, pushing near 80 on sunday.today: isolated showers and drizzle. wind: sw 5-15. high: 76 alo: 76 dbq: 75 iow: 76 73 to 79 tonight: chance of showers, mainly early. wind:
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