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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. overnight, a lot of rain caused significant flooding in parts of northern iowa. and it's not done yet. so we begin with meteorologist justin gehrts... rain continues into the afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did last night. dry weather finally is here friday and saturday, but storms are back sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15.
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tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 as justin mentioned, more flooding is expected in already flooded streets and basements in towns along the cedar river in floyd and butler counties. kcrg-tv9's brea love has been looking into the flooding throughout that area all morning and joins us live from north butler high school. brea, what are you seeing out there right now? morning flooding is impacting
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flooding at the nashua dam on thursday, september 22nd, 2016. emergency management officials in butler county says the town of greene is one of the hardest hit areas. trees have even fallen on some homes and power lines in that area. early on thursday morning, ditches along some roads including 110th st. leading into greene are flooded. a kcrg-tv9 crew attempting to get into town had to turn around multiple times after running into flooded roads. butler county emergency management tells tv9 people were out on wednesday night sandbagging in preparation for thursday's flooding in main roads and several basements flooded. authorities even had to evacuate some residents in greene due to dangerous conditions. in floyd county, nearly every road across the southwestern portion of the county is under water. area rivers including the cedar river, shell rock river and winnebago river will rise due to heavy
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holding a news
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potential. that's at 2:00 this afternoon. you can find that news conference live right here on kcrg0tv9 and streaming on kcrg dot com. because of severe weather coverage, we covered up a-b-c programming last night. so we will be airing those shows thursday night into friday morning. the goldbergs will air at 12:05 a-m friday morning. speechless will air at 12:35 . and modern family will air at 1:05. check kcrg dot com to see this midday the north carolina national guard is trying to keep the peace in charlotte. the city saw violent protests for a 2nd straight night. the protests started after a police officers shot and killed a man on tuesday night. police say they shot keith scott when he refused to drop a handgun. overnight, protesters caused property damage and set fires in the streets. the mayor of charlotte spoke on good morning america. she says she's considering a curfew after the after the last two nights of protests.
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together to get through this difficult time, this unusual time in our history. this is not the charlotte that i grew up in. this is not the charlotte that i know. and last night was not representative of who we have been for years. " the family of keith scott says he was unarmed when police shot him. they say he was carrying a book and not a gun. in manhattan, the fbi is looking for two men who were witnesses to saturday's bombings in the chelsea neighborhood. investigators say these men a duffel bag, left the device behind and then took the bag. the nypd says the men are witnesses they want to talk to and are not accused of any crime. a special election this december will fill a state senate seat after the death of a senator from davenport. senator joe seng died on september 16th after a two year battle with brain cancer. he continued to serve in the senate while undergoing regular chemotherapy treatments. the special election will be
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terry branstad said he would have held the election on november 8th to ensure a higher turnout. but the scott county auditor decided it would be too difficult to hold that election and the general election on the same day. a new ad attacks iowa state senator liz mathis' record. rene gadelha is challenging mathis in the senate district that includes hiawatha, marion, ely and bertram. the kcrg and gazette factchecker team looked into the ad. nat this gadelha ad, with the tiny tube, is called bad news. claims about senator mathis. first, that she's. "wasting millions of tax dollars on things like a ritzy golf tournament..." gadelha is talking about the senator's support of senate file 23-49 in 2014. it funded several projects, including national guard facilities and services for disabled adults. the initial bill also had 1- million dollars for the economic development authority to fund unspecified golf tournaments. mathis did vote for that
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golf were stripped out of the final bill, which mathis also supported. the so-called "wasted" money was never actually spent. then there's this claim-- that in the same year mathis was... "...opposing a tuition freeze for iowa students." the senator had also voted in favor of an education funding bill. it included school money for a tuition freeze at iowa's three public universities. during debate, mathis voted against an amendment mandating a tuition freeze. but she ultimately voted for the funding that made that tuition freeze possible. her vote against the amendment was really against the mandate. saying she opposed a tuition freeze is a stretch. "she's just bad news" in summary, the money the ad says was wasted... was never spent. and what it says mathis opposed... she actually supported. it's bad news for this ad-- we give it an f the company that makes the
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questions on capitol hill. senator chuck grassley says more needs to be done to make sure the pens are more affordable. september is sepsis awareness month and doctors making sure parents protect their kids from the deadly infection. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9.
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afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding
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night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did last night. dry weather finally is here friday and sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 tomorrow: turning partly sunny. wind: s 5-10. high: 83 alo: 82 dbq: 79 iow: 85
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dbq: 62 iow: 65 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 85 low: 64 sunday: storms likely. heavy rain possible. high: 73 low: 65 monday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. high: 67 low: 57 tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. high: 67 low: 51 wednesday: mostly cloudy. high: 68 low: 50 thursday: mostly cloudy. cloudy. high: 68 low: 52 thanks justin. rain continues into the afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding issues where the heaviest rain fell last night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays
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tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did last night. dry weather finally is here friday and saturday, but storms are back sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 tomorrow: turning partly sunny. wind: s 5-10. high: 83 alo: 82 dbq: 79 iow: 85 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 62 iow: 65 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 85 low: 64 sunday: storms likely. heavy rain possible. high: 73 low: 65 monday: mostly
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67 low: 57 tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. high: 67 low: 51 wednesday: mostly cloudy. high: 68 low: 50 thursday: mostly cloudy. high:
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that makes epi-pens faced tough questions on capitol hill. mylan pharmaceutic als makes the epi-pen to treat severe allergic reactions. but its price has gone from 100 dollars in 2009 to more than 600 dollars today. despite a lot of complaints, mylan's c-e-o told the house oversight and government reform committee the price will stay the same. misinformatio n spreading about the epi- pen. " concern and skepticisim about the pricing of epipens and i think many people incorrectly assume that we make $600 off of each pen. that is definitely not true. recent increases to epipens have not yielded the revenue to mylan that many assume " bresch say mylan will begin selling its generic version for 300 dollars. the company has also offered coupon cards and has doubled the limit for eligibility for its
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including iowa senator chuck grassley, say that isn't enough. "the steps that we can take is to put pressure on the food and drug administration to get other generic drugs approved that accomplish the same purpose, there's competition for mylan. " grassley says mylan has a social responsibility to lower its price. sepsis is a medical condition that's called a "silent kille" explains in today's health minute, it's particularly devastating when it develops in children. sepsis is a life- threatening complication caused by the body's response to infection. almost any infection can cause it ... but once sepsis sets in, early treatment is critical. sepsis can cause tissue damage, organ failure and death. it's a leading cause of death among children -- for them, the risk of death increases for every hour of delay in treatment.
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diagnosed with sepsis each year. 45-hundred die and 38-percent are left with a lifelong disability. the trouble is, sepsis can be difficult to diagnose and can be confused with other conditions in its early stages. the c-d-c says it's important to educate people about infection prevention. always clean cuts and scrapes and maintain good hygiene. it's also important to know the signs and symptoms of sepsis, so you can act quickly to get medical care if you need it. those signs are: -shivering, acc by fever or feeling very cold. -extreme pain or discomfort -clammy or discolored skin -confusion or disorientation -shortness of breath -and a high heart rate there's lots more information on the c-d-c's website. for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. trt oc a new membership organization is giving a voice to organic farmers. why they want to unite the 20 thousand organic farms across the country, next in today's agribusiness report. stay with us on kcrg-tv9. welcome to the agribusiness
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are cautious when it comes to the recent merger trends in agriculture.. at the senate judiciary committee hearing tuesday.. lawmakers heard along with agribusiness leaders.. the national farmers union asked for more oversight on antitrust enforcement in agriculture.. the national corn growers and american soybean association.. say they want to preserve competition.. but add the mergers could allow for more biotech research.. agriculture industry companies at the hearing.. like monsanto and dupont.. say the mergers allow for expansion of innovation and choice for farmers.. however.. the state owned seed company chemchina.. which is set to buy syngenta.. was not there to comment.. iowa senator chuck grassley says the concentration of the industry
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well.. there's a new organic association for farmers.. rodale institute.. an organic research organization.. has launched a new membership organization.. the organic farmers association will give a voice for organic farmers on policy.. help with networking.. and serve as a resource center. in the release.. they say there are no national organizations specifically by organic farmers.. to help organic farmers.. they want to unite the 20,000 organic farms across the country membership is a hundred dollars a year.. and non-farmers can get a supporter membership.. for the same.. each farm gets one vote on policy issues.. ---- the grains are lost a bit what they won tuesday.. market analyst angie setzer has more.. "the fact that we've seen a good bump in price, in soybeans as of late. has kind of allowed for a risk off approach and maybe some sellers to step in..." "..pushing the market down here in the short term. the announcement
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tolerance take that out to international trade levels. did help give wheat a little bit of a bounce and that bounce in wheat has helped throw some support in corns way." "overnight we did see china say that they will relax their policy on u.s. beef imports so that was very positive. but the news that jbs and a few other groups out there are starting to load some cargos of beef for the u.s. from brazil is weighing, and that's got us getting a in the short term." "just more of the same it seems in hogs. we've got some heavier weights going on. the supply side is not a concern. we're working on trying to grow demand and not necessarily seeing it. unfortunatel y it's a lot more of the same. but at least we're seeing a mixed trade." ---- canada is looking for a source of a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus confirmed last week in
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working to make a quarantine zone.. after the confirmation of p-e-d-v.. and is helping pork producers boost biosecurity measures... in 2014.. p-e-d-v took north america by storm.. killing nearly eight million piglets in the u-s.. manitoba is a major exporter of piglets to the united states. ---- and that's all the time 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 oc: standard from a self-made group of guys to a popular festival in marion. next, the gazette's diana nollen joins us live with hoopla's best bets in eastern iowa. stay with us.
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this week's best bets. the gazette's diana nollen joins us live. let's start in marion for the swamp fox festival. lots of activities starting on saturday... also, a uni david sanborn, is coming back to iowa city to play at the new hancher... a group of guys, called the piano guys, is coming to the paramount -- they've made a name for themselves... past and present are in the spotlight, as marion celebrates its heritage with this weekend's swamp fox festival. most of the activities take place saturday
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before moving to lowe park in the evening. festivities continue sunday with the cedar rapids corvette club's car cruise and show at thomas park. legendary saxophonist david sanborn studied jazz at the university of iowa, before zooming on to fame. he's returning to the new hancher to play not only with his own band, but with alumni and current students in the ui jazz program. merge a marketing guy who does video, a studio engineer who writes music, a pianist who had a cellist who does pretty much everything, and you get the piano guys. paul anderson, john schmidt, steven sharp nelson and al van der beek are four dads from utah who became an internet sensation with their series of self-made music
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losing a loved one. embracing memories gives them a safe place to share and grieve. meteol temperatures coming up in your first alert
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dealing with some significant flooding after heavy rain overnight. i'll have more coming up in a live report. one out of five women who took
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were raped. now the university says it has a plan to address the issue. and a cedar rapids elementary school says a new program to prevent students from missing class is working. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. we're tracking some significant rainfall in norhtern iowa for your first alert forecast. justin, some areas could see more than a foot of rain? rain continues into the afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding issues where the heaviest rain fell last night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did
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sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 the city of cedar rapids is holding a news potential. that's at 2:00 this afternoon.
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on kcrg0tv9 and streaming on kcrg dot com. the damage is already done in some parts of northern and northeast iowa. in fayette county, flooding damaged the county maintenance shop in west union. fayette county emergency management says otter creek is also flooding near elgin. its already closed down several county roads. crews are also out today sandbagging to prevent any more flooding. damage in floyd and butler counties. in the town of greene, emergency management says trees fell on homes and powerlines. the city opened north butler high school as an emergency shelter for anyone who had to evacuate. that's where we find kcrg- tv9's brea love who has been following the flooding all morning. brea, what are you seeing out there right now. morning flooding is impacting parts of
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thursday, september 22nd, 2016. emergency management officials in butler county says the town of greene is one of the hardest hit areas. trees have even fallen on some homes and power lines in that area. early on thursday morning, ditches along some roads including 110th st. leading into greene are flooded. a kcrg-tv9 crew attempting to get into town had to turn around multiple times after running into flooded roads. butler county emergency management tells tv9 people were out on wednesday night sandbagging in preparation for thursday's flooding in greene ad main roads and several basements flooded. authorities even had to evacuate some residents in greene due to dangerous conditions. in floyd county, nearly every road across the southwestern portion of the county is under water. area rivers including the cedar river, shell rock river and winnebago river will
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charlotte north carolina overnight. riots have been an issue since police shot and killed 43-year-old keith scott on tuesday. police say they shot him after he refused to drop a handgun. family members say scott was holding a book and not a gun. abc's maggie ruli reports. the national guard and the state highway patrol on the streets of charlotte after a
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erupted into chaos overnight at the scene of the fatal police shooting of keith lamont scott when protestors violently stormed into heart of downtown charlotte. the nba charlotte hornets team store was looted. fireworks thrown towards police, as they fired back with flash grenades and tear gas. trash cans thrown into windows of the bank of america building. we gave additional orders to disperse and protesters continue to damage property and to throw objects and assault our officers. police in riot gear got control of the situation, at including one man who is on life support. police say that victim was shot by another protestor. mayor: the streets are open and we are hoping for a peaceful day. we are preparing for this evening. scott's family say he was holding a book and was unarmed when he was confronted by police tuesday. his family taking to facebook?they shot my daddy for being black. taheshia williams/witne ss: he got out his car, he walked back there so that he could comply, and obviously complying still gets you murdered. cause thats
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being told repeatedly to do so. abc affilitiate wsoc obtained a photo of what police say is the weapon recovered at the scene. chief putney: mr. scott exited his vehicle armed with a handgun as the officers continued to yell at him to drop it. tag: authorities have identified the officer who fired the shot as brentley vinson, also african american and now on paid leave. for now, authorities are refusing to release dash cam or body cam charlotte the native american student association at the university of iowa is rallying today to protest the bakken oil pipeline. the group is meeting at the pentacrest from 5:30 to 7:30 tonight. meskwaki representativ es and other native americans will join farmers, students, and professors in an assembly. the native american student association says its standing in solidarity
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north dakota. they say the pipeline could have major environmental impacts and pollute water. the pipeline will go through 18 counties here in iowa. north dakota's national guard is getting more financial help as it assists law enforcement dealing with pipeline protests. the state's national guard received a six-million dollar line of credit to help pay for its work at the protest site. guard officials say they've already spent close to two million dollars. about a fifth of university of iowa female undergrads, who completed a recent scho since enrolling. that's one finding of a first-of-its-kind study on sexual crimes at the iowa city campus. the u-i conducted the sexual misconduct survey, called speak out iowa, last fall. the survey was available to all u-i students, but only nine point three percent of them responded. on top of that, there's no way to know if the people who took the survey were more or less likely to experience sexual misconduct. so, these findings only represent those who took the survey, not
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since enrolling, 21 percent of undergrad females, who finished the survey, reported being raped-- but not necessarily on campus. female undergrads have increased risk of rape during their first semester. alcohol is a common factor. 56 percent of sexual assault victims reported the offender was drinking. 76 percent felt the university would likely or very likely take a report seriously. " the summer gave us an opportunity to do a thorough review of the key findings, discuss them with key quite considerable conversations about what's next. " the university says it has three major goals for improvement. one- to expand and create new sexual misconduct prevention and education programs. two- work on improving intervention methods. three- reviewing and revising ui policy. tv9 looked into the survey's numbers. they are consistent to what the c-d-c found
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cedar rapids schools want to make sure their students attend classes on a regular basis. so the district brought a pilot program to wright elementary school this year. it notifies parents when their student is absent from school a certain number of times. the school also added a student liaison to help encourage attendance. the school says since the start of the program, absences have dropped by 7 percent. it has also helped improve communication with parents. relationship with parents and asking uh if they can't have their kids here on time-what's the barriers that may be causing that, that breakdown in getting here on time or even here at all? " wright elementary will also recognize students each month for perfect attendance. grieving the loss of a loved one can be difficult for children. unity point hospice and cedar memorial are holding an annual children's grief camp to help kids get over that hurdle. camp embracing memories will
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it's for kids ages 7 to 16 who have lost a loved one. these are some pictures from previous years. throughout the camp, children will participate in art, play, music, and pet therapies. berevement coordinators say camp is a way to give children a chance to cope. 6:32 "we need to be able to get those feelings out. we need to be able to connect with other kids who have those losses. we need to have adults who support us and listen to us. those are all ways that kids can get those feelings out and continue on with their grief journey" camp. organizers send home activities for families to do in the next 13 months. there are still open spots for saturday's camp. it's free, and registration closes at noon tomorrow. the city of dubuque is only charging a couple a dollar a month to live in their home. we'll explain why next on kcrg-tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast.
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afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding issues where the heaviest rain fell last night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing
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looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did last night. dry weather finally is here friday and saturday, but storms are back sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 tomorrow: turning partly sunny. wind: s 5-10. tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 62 iow: 65 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 85 low: 64 sunday: storms likely. heavy rain possible. high: 73 low: 65 monday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. high: 67 low: 57 tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. high: 67 low: 51 wednesday: mostly cloudy. high: 68 low: 50 thursday: mostly cloudy. high: 67 low: 50 friday: partly cloudy.
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rain continues into the afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it will be enough to continue flooding issues where the heaviest rain fell last night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit is here friday and saturday, but storms are back sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10. low: 66 alo: 65 dbq: 65 iow: 67 tomorrow: turning partly sunny. wind: s 5-10. high: 83 alo: 82 dbq: 79 iow: 85 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-10. low: 64 alo: 63 dbq: 62 iow: 65 saturday: partly cloudy. high:
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rain possible. high: 73 low: 65 monday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. high: 67 low: 57 tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. high: 67 low: 51 wednesday: mostly cloudy. high: 68 low: 50 thursday: mostly cloudy. high: 67 low: 50 friday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 52
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much dubuque will charge a couple to live in their home for more than a year. on monday, the dubuque city council unanimously voted to buy the property at 64-50 pennsylvania avenue.
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dollars for the property that covers less than half an acre. that's about 11-thousand more than the assessed value. kcrg-tv9's katie wiedemann reports the couple landed a good deal. city leaders say they heard the couple wanted to sell their house, so the city made an offer that they say is less than the home's market value. now if they want, the family can stay there for awhile, for one dollar per month. dubuque city engineer, gus psyhois says this home sits right next to the city's industrial park. he says the city wants to own this property in development in that area. because there is no immediate need for the city to tear down the house or do anything with the property, they're allowing the family to stay put until december of 2017. the city will charge the family one dollar per month to live here. but there are a few strings attached. "they have to pay all of the real estate fees. gas, electric everything. plus property taxes, everything like that. " psihoyos says the city has made deals like this in the past, to help make way for other developments. we did knock on the homeowner's door to hear
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answered the door. live in dubuque, katie wiedemann, t-v nine news. retirement often doesn't come without taxes. but there are ways to save. our financial expert will join us next to tell us how. stay with us.
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for your lifestyle, but keep in mind that financial reponsibilities are still there. jan beal from winnerlynk advisory group is here today. you still need to deal with taxes in retirement. to save, especially in the early years, should you convert some of your 401-k funds to ira funds or
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until 70? sale of stocks? while some say it can be done, the chances are slim that you will be able to have a tax-free retirement. still, financial planners and tax experts identify steps you may take to minimize your tax burden in retirement. some that you may take while you are still dedicated to your 9-to-5 job could help you reach the promised land
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coming up tomorrow, our master gardener will be here. stay with your 24 hour
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conference over the flood potential. that's at 2:00 this afternoon. you can find that news conference live right here on kcrg0tv9 and streaming on kcrg dot com. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. rain continues into the afternoon, mainly north of highway 30. while it won't be torrential, it l continue flooding issues where the heaviest rain fell last night. highs will generally be in the 70s with some lower 80s in the far south where the weather stays dry. additional thunderstorms should fire tonight, producing locally heavy rain. the northern half of the area looks to be under the gun again, although the heaviest rain may fall a bit south of where it did last night. dry weather finally is here friday and saturday, but storms are back sunday. cooler weather follows. today: rain and thunderstorms likely north, mostly cloudy south. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-15. high: 79 alo: 77 dbq: 75 iow: 81 tonight: chance of storms. heavy rain possible. wind: s 5-10.
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