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warns of driving restrictions for some area bridges. a welcome spot to relax. where on-call first responders are spending their few moments off- duty during this week's flooding. authorities have identified the engineer in yesterday's deadly new jersey commuter train crash. good friday morning! it's 5 o'clock on september 30th. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on an increase in clouds today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is
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tonight ino clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the area. next week, a warming trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend!toda y: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. low: 53
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rapids will allow people who live or work in the flood zone to go back into the area. and it's asking people who don't need to be there to stay away so large equipment can get in for clean-up. the flood zone will be open to everyone else starting at seven saturday morning. for the many on-call first responders, police officers, and firefighters, the return to normal is long-awaited. but until their routine is normalized, there is one place providing is providing hot meals and a place to relax for those working. crescent lodge mason john english says he and his wife came up with the idea when trying to come up with a way to give back to first responders. with most working long 12-hour shifts, he says the fraternal order's temple was the perfect spot to provide a warm place to rest and grab a bite to eat. ",'12:14:46;17 we've had a lot of guys from a lot of different lodges step up and take shifts whenever they can, guys staying overnight which has been really
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days they faced were a little easier with the help of english and the volunteers at the lodge. the hesco barriers blocking bridge entrances over the cedar river are starting to come down today. but with that comes driving restrictions. the end to flood zone restrictions will come in stages. this morning, edgewood road crossing the cedar river is open. the downtown but regular motorists will have to wait for the all- clear saturday morning. "the barricades and checkpoints will still be in place so police will still be standing at those checkpoints asking people to show id so the bridges in the downtown area will not open to the downtown public until 7:00 a.m. on saturday" city officials say while the avenue bridges will open soon, there will still be construction activity going on. the means drivers will need to be aware when they start
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many of the boat-houses on ellis road saw some significant damage. many of the houses felt the force of the cedar river that came rushing through. at least one of the boathouses sank. it happened early yesterday when the floatation devices below it broke away and started floating down the river. there is some concern that at least two other homes could end up sinking. people are carefully monitoring the harbor in case that happens. the owner of that sunken boathouse says she was in shock when she heard the news. and i didn't want to go through it again, and as god sees it, we did.. here we are. " some of the boathouses were moved at the northern part of the harbor. members of the harbor association say changes made after the 2008 flood helped keep all the boats in the harbor. people living there say they think they can get everything back to normal in about two weeks.
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involved in yesterday morning's fatal train crash in new jersey. passengers say the train failed to slow down while approaching the terminal. as reid binion reports, it overran its stopping point, slamming into a bumper block, and hurtling through a passenger concourse. gov. chris christie / new jersey "as i said the engineer was released from the hospital."new jersey governor chris christie - referencing the engineer in thursday's deadly commuter train crash. new jersey "he is cooperating with law enforcement." the engineer -- now identified as 4 gallagher... a new jersey transit employee for 29 years. the train was packed with passengers and reportedly traveling too fast... ...when it slammed into hoboken terminal. "we got jolted out of our seats. there was a very loud crash and explosion outside."the crash -- killing a woman waiting on the platform... ...leaving upwards of a hundred other people injured... ...and causing massive damage at one of the busiest transit hubs in the new york area. images on social media -- showing what looks like a partial roof collapse. officials -- now working to inspect the train's breaking system... and determine just how fast
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event recorder from the locomotive. there's also an event recorder in the cab car, the controlling car, and we'll be getting that as soon as we can access that."neighbor s of the engineer -- shocked after hearing about the crash... and concerned for the engineer and his family. "and when i heard it or actually saw you come up and heard that was the case i could not believe it. it's just tragic in terms of what they're going through, what they're going to be going through."i'm another crash in new jersey overnight involved a tractor- trailer and 11 other vehicles. it happened near bordentown, new jersey, about 35 miles northeast of philadelphia. the tractor-trailer reportedly hit several of the cars. one person was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. the cause is under investigation. more than a year after a four year old girl died, police in waterloo have arrested her mother.
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charge of child endangerment resulting in death. officers found her daughter, gracie buss, unresponsive at her apartment on downing court in may of 2015. she died a few days later. an autopsy found blunt force injuries to her head caused her death. a judge in south carolina will decide today whether authorities can continue holding a teenager arrested after a school shooting that injured three. the teen is also suspected of violence at townville elementary school. the boy is due in court this morning for an initial hearing. one of the victims, a six- year-old boy, is on life support after being shot on the school's playground. his family says the boy remains in critical condition. ""as of right now, yes, he is on life support, but i don't want to go into full details on his injuries. that's a private matter as of right now, but he is fighting every day, every moment to survive. and he will survive.
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the other shooting victims -- a first-grade teacher and another student -- have been released from the hospital. following the school shooting in south carolina, many schools active shooter plans are under scrutiny. urbandale superintenden t steve bass says their philosophy is to make sure all adults know what to do in an active shooter situation. but security expert tom conley says running drills with everyone, including students, is are prepared for the worst. in urbandale, students are taught to go to the nearest classroom if the school is under a lockdown. teachers are taught more specifics. conley says doing that assumes a teacher is going to be there to lead the students in an emergency. "conley 10:30 ok so the teachers says run to the classroom. what if the classroom is locked? you want to give students options so they know what plan b and plan c is. " homeland security also has guides for schools.
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incorporate into their current plan. f-b-i director james comey says it does appear some form of radical islam motivated the minnesota mall attacker. 22-year-old dahir adan is suspected of storming the mall and stabbing 10 people early this month. he was stopped when an off-duty police officer shot him. an isis linked news agency called him one of their "soldiers." comey discussed the possible terror connections at a house judiciary hearin ""it does look like at least in part he was motivated by some sort of inspiration from radical islamic groups. which groups and how, we're not sure of yet." " he says they will continue to investigate the attack. one cedar rapids business is trying to recover after being stuck on the wet side of the city's hesco barriers. now, he says cedar rapids could have protected all of city from the rising cedar
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plan on an increase in clouds
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plan on an increase in clouds today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area.
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clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the area. next week, a warming trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend! today: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. low: 53 plan on an increase in clouds today. this should keep our temperatures confined will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area. tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat,
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trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend! today: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly
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newbo district business, tornado's pub and grub, hopes to reopen soon. that's even though it was on the "wet" side of the city's temporary flood wall. the city set up hesco barriers on 16th avenue southeast, leaving most of newbo dry to the west, while tornado's and a few other
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slaughter and his family stayed inside tornado's during the flood. sandbags protected the building, and they used pumps to fight the rising water. slaughter says he wound up with only about a foot of water in the basement. he thinks he can clean that up on his own without filing a flood insurance claim. "we may lost the water heater. besides that we didn't suffer any damage we stayed every night since last friday, we have not left. " slaughter is still unhappy about the city's decision to leave his business and others on the wet side of the 16th avenue flood wall. but the city says it had to put the hesco barriers on solid pavement, and the street was the only option. oktoberfest is coming to the historic amana colonies this weekend. the amana colonies 51st oktoberfest kicks off with keg tapping ceremony today. then tomorrow at 10, the colonies will hold the annual oktoberfest parade.
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activities, including log sawing, a keg toss, and the brat eating contest. also, tonight we have high school football on kcrg nine point two. we're following anamosa at mount vernon. our coverage starts at 7 on nine point two. a lawsuit farmers filed against syngenta can now move forward as a class action lawsuit. how much corn producers say they lost when china rejected their syngenta corn, next in agribusiness. but right now, here's a look at toay morning! it's ---. welcome to the agribusiness
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report, i'm david geiger. ---- the u-s house of representatives this week passed its side of the water resources development act of 2016. in a vote of 399 to 25.. the house joined the senate in authorizing funding.. but
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the house and senate will now meet through conference to fix the differences between the two versions.. iowa's soy transportatio n coalition executive director mike steenhoek says he expects congress will look at and pass the conference report during a lame duck session after the november election. he says they are appreciative congress is showing strong support in helping the needs of the u-s inland waterway system. ---- a kansas judge syngenta can move forward as a class action lawsuit. in 2014.. farmers in the u-s sued the seed company after grain shipments to china were rejected because of an unapproved genetically engineered trait in syngenta's agrisure viptera. because that was not approved by china.. farmers who did not plant the trait... claimed they suffered losses when the rejections disrupted trade and dragged down corn prices.. the shipments halted most of china's corn imports. plaintiffs for the farmers estimate... corn
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billion dollars in current and future revenue. an attorney representing the farmers say the ruling will make it easier for them to pursue claims against syngenta... syngenta says it it snot responsible for the losses.. and may appeal the court decision. ---- before the market close yesterday.. is spoke with market analyst angie setzer about what was going on in grains before a big stocks report today.. "it is a hurry up and wait going into tomorrow's quarterly stocks and grains report. mainly because tomorrows numbers for corn and soybeans especially are going to give us the usda we had left over at the end of our last marketing year as we went into harvest. so the main thing that we want to see from a market standpoint is that the number that comes out tomorrow isn't larger than the 1.7 billion and the 195 million in soybeans that we saw as ending stock predictions in the last supply and demand report." "same story, different day, we're still trying to find out what that means with china stepping in and saying
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seeing the brazilian cattle story. you know, i continue to watch what's developing in brazil, especially with their dry conditions and lack of available feed." "same stuff in hogs. from one day to the other we might trade headlines, it's gotten pretty thin there. every time you think we may have found a bottom it tends to be a little bit of a false floor. you know, we're working toward full capacity from what i understand ." ---- the department of agriculture may have to wait year to get funding for a study on g-m-o labeling.. the study is congressiona lly mandated to see how g-m-o electronic labeling would look like.. specifically with scannable codes on food that directs consumers to label information online. u-s-d-a secretary tom vilsack says the funding is not in the continuing resolution passed on wednesday.. congress set a deadline of two years for the study and the g-m-o labeling rules the u-s-d-a is in charge of..
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toge meet the deadline.. ---- 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 3.32 oc: standard whether it's from a lake, farm pond, or river, fish come in all shapes and sizes. and in some cases, young anglers' catches are just about as big as they are. we catch up with them next in john's big ol fish.
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today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area. tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the area. next week, a warming trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy
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mostly high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind:
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bass. they are all fair game in this week's edition of big ol fish. leading off with a lunker. noah chesmore caught this big bass while fishing with grandpa jeff nelson. batting second is timber scholl who proudly holds up her river. anotehr first timer hit the big time at belva deer. deven foste caught this dandy while fishing with grandma. how about this huge walleye. charlie elsinger of epworth landed it in south dakota. devon rubner of peosta was working a local pond when he nailed this whopper. another big bass. patrick kruse of salt lake got it near marshalltown . mason vick from calmar got a new pole from grandpa joe and man did it
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fish of the year. fishing with his parents was a slam dunk for logan cady of marion. and our good friend marc morehouse of the gazette was all smiles in northern wisconsin on june first when he landed two muskies including this 43 inch timer musky. that's what i am talking about. with all my fishing friends, this is john campbell reporting. with the water going down along the cedar river, streets are reopening. we'll show you when and where you can start using roads. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---.
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early morning news. things are starting to get back to normal in cedar rapids after this week's
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this week get to go home a day early. with cleanup underway, the city of cedar rapids wants to make sure you're getting rid of your sandbags properly. and the future of a kinnick stadium- inspired house in iowa city could finally be decided today. good friday morning! it's 530 on september 30th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on an increase in clouds today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area. tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the ea.e ek, a warming end is likely through wednesd te cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend!toda y: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high:
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low: 53 thanks kaj. rapids will allow people who live or work in the flood zone to get back into the area. and it's asking people who don't need to be there to stay away so large equipment can get in for clean-up. the flood zone will be open to everyone else starting at seven saturday morning. that klarge equipment will be in the area for a few weeks as as part of the flood recovery.
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now that people are returning to their homes and businesses, many will be anxious to get rid of their sandbags. but the city wants to do it properly. starting at seven this morning, there will be drop off sites for businesses and non- profits. the cedar rapids metro economic alliance is running the sites. workers there are asking people let them know ahead of time if the sandbags are wet or dry, so that the bags can be stacked accordingly. " 7:18, "you get them here leave them here, the district and our funding partners and figuring out ho businesses. " businesses and non- profits have four drop-off locations for sandbags. one is on the east side of downtown between the quaker oats and cargill plants. another is next to the former chrome horse building in newbo. a third is the parking lot behind the shops on 16th avenue southwest in czech village. and finally, there one near second avenue and l
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the city has two locations for homeowners to drop off wet and dry sandbags. the noelridge pool site opens at seven a-m today. and the ellis park site opens at seven a-m saturday. anyone who can't drop off sandbags should leave them at their curb. the city will start picking them up on monday, october 10th. this morning, attorney general tom miller and iowa insurance commissioner nick gerhart will join cedar rapids city leaders at their flood briefing. they will address consume that particularly affect flood victims. roads and bridges are also starting to open across the city. this morning, edgewood road crossing the cedar river is open. the city says downtown bridges should be open to traffic saturday. that includes all i-380 ramps leading into the downtown area. bus service will also resume saturday. and starting monday, the linn county-cedar rapids solid waste agency will start collecting garbage and recycling within the
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without trash pickup for a week, they can put out their normal trash container plus two 35-gallon bags for free. the final flood barriers are down and all the male inmates are back in jail at the linn county courthouse this morning. the county moved them to other facilities last weekend. workers are still removing flood barriers from the sheriff's office. that's set to re-open monday. progress isn't coming along as quickly for cedar rapids city hall. it might not reopen for up to 30 days. the city says the building of it out. the damage was mostly to basement rugs and drywall. members of the american red cross are trying to keep morale high as people start to return home. "they don't know exactly what's going on. there's lots of anxiety. they've lost their homes. they've maybe lost some of their belongings and those kinds of things. they don't know what they're going back to. and they're more concerned with that than they are the living conditions" the red cross housed more than
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united methodist church... and housed dozens of people at the cedar hills community church this week. the red cross is also supplying free clean up kits for those who did have water damage. people from the federal emergency management agency, or fema, toured flood damaged homes and businesses in floyd, butler, and bremer counties. they took photos, spoke with homeowners, and measured how high flood waters rose inside buildings. they'll then, governor branstad will decide if he'll ask president obama for a federal disaster declaration, which would qualify the area for federal aid. "they're just trying to get an idea of what we went through a week ago they're not about giving anybody any money providing any assistance, they're just trying to gather information." the fema crew will check out damage in buchanan, black hawk, and delaware counties next. a manchester couple is cleaning
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for the eighth time in the last decade. employees at bushel and a peck are back at work after water filled the building last friday. owners dave and cookie cole say they and other business owners hope to talk with city leaders about ways to better protect the downtown area from flooding. until then they say they will have to continue building their own flood protection. "we put plastic down. and sand on that, all the way around the whole building and put the sandbags on top of there. " cole says volunteers helped clean-up and repair damages. bushel and a peck re- opened for business monday morning. dubuque is closing miller riverview park for the rest of the year because of flooding from the mississippi river. it was supposed to be open until october 23rd. but the city says it doesn't expect water to lower anytime soon. leisure services manager marie ware says this is something campers have come to expect.
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manager - the people who are regulars that come to the campground know that once once the river goes up we kind of live and die by the river basically. and so when it goes up everybody understands and know." ware says the city will refund anyone who has paid for an upcoming reservation at the campground. today, a man is facing charges for a fatal hit and run crash in jo daviess county, illinois, earlier this month. authorities accuse 27 year old corey rogers of failure to report an acc injury or death. he is from scales mound, illinois. the sheriff's office says he sideswiped a parked car and then hit... .... alex boelk on september 17th it happened near the 6- thousand block of pea ridge road in scales mound. the 17 year old later died. he was from apple river, wisconsin. homecoming weekend events could impact your drive around downtown iowa city tonight. thousands of hawkeye fans will be downtown for the the annual parade
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gilbert, iowa, dubuque, washington, clinton and jefferson streets. the route is different than normal this year because of road construction. you'll want to allow more time if your evening commute takes you through downtown. the iowa city board of adjustment says they are planning to vote today on an appeal to build a kinnick stadium inspired house. the board's decision on whether to let a decorah couple build the home was delayed twice. at today's meeting, the board will not take any building permit. neighbors say the kinnick- style house would negatively impact the health, welfare and safety of the neighborhood. because of the university of iowa's homecoming parade, the board is holding the meeting in a new location. they will meet at at the environmental education center at the east side recycling center at 6:30 tonight. volvo owners could be in danger of their airbags not deploying during a crash. the car company says it all has
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conditioning. plan on an increase in clouds
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to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area. tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the area. next week, a warming trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a
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your weekend! today: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. low: 53 plan on an increase in clouds today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no measurable rainfall is anticipated in our area. tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper
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through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend! today: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind:
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have you started your holiday shopping? a new report says a lot of people are already done, still 85 days away from christmas. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine.
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after a down thursday. all three major stock indices ended the day down about 1 percent. the national association of realtors says home sales fell last month. the pending home sales index fell 2 point 4 percent in august. because of a lack of inventory. there is good news for buyers who have found a home. a 30-year fixed-rate loan is now at 3 point 42 percent. that's down from 3 point 48 percent last week. delta airlines is adding three new routes to europe for next summer. one daily round trip from boston to dublin begins just in time for memorial day weekend next spring. you'll also be able to fly out of new york to
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available through october 27th of next year. delta is also bringing back an old route to berlin germany through september 4th. swedish car company volvo is recalling 127 thousand vehicles because of faulty air conditioning. the recall includes 20-16 and 20-17 models of the x-c 90 suv's, s-90 sedans and v-90 wagons. volvo says drainage from an incorrectly installed air conditioning hose can cause moistr stop air bags from deploying during a crash. we're still a month away from halloween but a new report shows more than one million people in the united states have already finished their holiday shopping. but the report from credit cards dot com also found a large majority of shoppers think it's annoying that holiday shopping starts so early. it's here's a live look at on our city cam.
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today. this should keep our temperatures confined to the 60s for highs in all areas. the wind will continue to blow out of the north, but not as strong as yesterday. like we experienced wednesday, a sprinkle could come out of the thickest clouds, but no
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tonight into saturday, plan on clouds to hang on. sunday, clouds should disperse somewhat, allowing a return to the upper 60s/low 70s across the area. next week, a warming trend is likely through wednesday with a seasonable cool-down right behind a mid-week cold front. enjoy your weekend!toda y: becoming mostly cloudy. wind: ne 10-15. high: 67 tonight: cloudy. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 tomorrow: mostly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 66 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. low: 53
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stories... everyone who had to evacuate the flood zone in cedar rapids can go back to their homes or businesses today. the city is removing the evacuation checkpoints at noon. evacuated areas will be back open to everyone starting at 7:00 tomorrow morning. with the cedar river dropping, bridges and roads are reopening. the edgewood road bridge in cedar rapids opened last night. downtown bridges are expected to
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the university of iowa homecoming parade could affect your travel tonight in iowa city. thousands of hawkeye fans will be downtown tonight for the annual homecoming parade. it begins at 5:45.
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athlete of the week sponsored by cedar rapids toyota. south winneshiek junior rodney schwartzoff had the kind of game running backs dream of last friday night in a 38-nothing win over bcluw. schartzhoff broke his cousin's school record with a whopping 382 yards rushing. 382 yards almost four football fields how do you do that? i couldnt do it without an offense of line that is good pushed the
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hope the offense had fun to. did you have any clue how many yards you had? not until the end of the game and offensive line tolf me. you broke your cousins record did you give you him little business? he was mad.. he probably got over it by now . you jumped over a guy that was pretty impressive. i saw the offensive line push them over i got to g their guys back and i broke it. we are going to feature your o-line we are going to see how they would leap a guy. we are going to pick the best leap and that guy gets to eat donuts in practice. a few of the lineman had shaky form the frog hop not so good and this guy barely cleared the jump. no question about the best style big alex with the hiesman pose... and how often do you get to eat
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right off a punt snap.. and as it turned the entire o-line got to eat donuts and so did rodney.. why not they deserved it. jefferson was looking for their first win of the season tonight against 5-0 waterloo west. this game was live on kcrg 9.2 took a 20-14 first quarter lead on the devonte taylor 99 yard kickoff return.. but west answers thru air. iowa state recruit devon moore with a frozen rope to tayshawn cooper for the 61 yard strike to give the warhawks a 21-20 second quarter lead. a big turnover by jeff to start the second half.. dylan meyer with the pick to set up a touchdown.. and then west took a 35-20 fourth quarter lead on the 47 yard
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6-0 with the win. high school volleyball tonight third ranked marion hosted city high... 1st set, this was all marion... anytime isabella sade hits the ball, you know it's coming in fast as she gets the kill there... later in the set, sade with the block... the indians jumped out to an early 12-0 lead... city high tries to fight back, alexa aldrich- ingram with a rocket... marion won the first set 25-12, but city high comes shannon stamp finds the soft spot in the defense... city high wins 3-1 and finally what a scene at the ryder cup today.. a fan was heckling the european players for not being able to make a 10 foot putt in a practice round.. so justin rose bet the fan a 100 dollars he couldnt make the putt.. so david johnson of mayville north dakota came out of the gallery and drained the 10 footer on the first try
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puke and it happened to go in.. so that was cool.
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look at . it's friday september know today. people and businesses that evacuated parts of cedar rapids can head back to the flood zone at noon today to start the cleanup process. with cleanup underway, the city of cedar rapids has set up sandbag dropoff sites across town. they open this morning at 7. some business owners in manchester say more needs to be done after the area flooded this week for the 8th time in only 10 years. a train going full speed into a new jersey

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