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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. taking legal action if there's no retraction. the trump family is taking on publications over several different reports. customers to the cause. cedar rapids businesses say the mayor's gavel challenge is helping bring in customers to newbo. gun smuggling sentence. one man has received his verdict for trying good friday morning! it's 5 o'clock on october 14th. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and
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be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend will be into the 70s, and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend!today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly cloudy. wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. few storms are possible late. wind: s 15-25. g a few thunderstorm s possible. n s 10-20.w6anks kaj. police chn
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the suspects are still not in custody. cedar rapids police say it started on i-380 at wright brothers boulevard yesterday when officers tried to pull over a speeding vehicle. both the johnson county sheriff's office and iowa state patrol joined the chase. investigators say at one point, the vehicle drove through a field, and two people stole a farmer's pick up. police found that pick up at half moon avenue near highway 6, west of tiffin. police are still looking for the man and woman involved in this chase. waterloo police say some around 9, police responded to the store at 1120 franklin street. investigators say they aren't releasing any more information at this time. the trump family is threatening more legal action, calling for retractions from the new york times and now people magazine. but as andrew spencer reports, both are sticking to their stories. "this is not something that we can ignore."first lady michelle obama expressed
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comments...ca ught on tape in 2005. "it now seems very clear that this isn't an isolated incident; it's one countless example of how he has treated women his whole life."trump is trying to beat back that view of him the best he can -- for one, calling the reports of groping and assault "fabrications" aimed at stopping his campaign... presidential nominee "i never knew it would be this vile, that it would be this bad, that it would be this vicious."...for two, having lawyers send melania trump tweeted a copy of one such a letter to people's editor-in-chief and the reporter accusing donald trump of attacking her. the letter doesn't take issue with the allegations of assault at mar-a-lago -- but with the reporter's claim she "bumped into melania" outside trump tower a few months later, and the conversation that followed. the letter claims the two never spoke and were never friendly... ...but people is standing by its story. also thursday, the new york times refused another call for a retraction,
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article has had the slightest effect on the reputation that mr. trump, through his own words and actions, has already created for himself." meanwhile, amid trump's plummeting poll numbers, republican lawmakers are trying to stem their losses... ...but president barack obama isn't letting former trump supporters distance themselves too far from him. "at the 11th hour, you withdraw your nomination? you don't get credit for that."i'm andrew spencer, reporting. governor terry branstad is taking steps today to increase iowa's trade with china. branstad and lt. governor kim reynolds will attend a chinese contract signing ceremony hosted today. the iowa soybean association and the u- soybean export council is hosting the ceremony. last month, china pledged to buy $1.8 million dollars of soybean products. governor branstad says trade between iowa and china has increased over the past decade. each year, the state exports about 30% of its soybeans to china.
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people come through their doors after the flood it's part of cedar rapids mayor ron corbett's gavel challenge asking people to support businesses that had to close during the evacuation. sauce bar and bistro co- owner chris robinson says being closed for nearly 2 weeks cost his restaurant nearly $12,000 dollars. ",' 11:50:16;18 it's kind of a compounding of things because you lost all of that revenue and then also when we came back in and got going again, you also had to place pretty sizeable orders to replace all of the oducts that we didn't have. " robinson says he's seen a spike in the amount of business because of the gavel challenge. and there are 2 events planned for the newbo district this weekend. the newbo city market is hosting one today from 5 to 9. there will be music, food and drinks. the second event is party on the nobo side, and it goes all day saturday. "nobo" refers to the part of newbo where floodwaters reached. tornado's grub and pub organized the event as a way to raise money for the
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the state fire marshal's office says investigators will not be able to find out why a house caught on fire in alburnett. the fire happened at 314 howard street last saturday afternoon. no one was hurt. but the fire heavily damaged the living room, as well as the roof and siding. the couple who lived at the home believes a t-v remote started the fire, when it got wedged in between couch cushions. a cedar rapids man is sentenced to spend 2 a judge sentenced adam herz in federal court yesterday on exporting firearms and money laundering charges. 3 other members of his family are awaiting sentencing for similar charges. last year, federal agents arrested all four after raids at 3 locations in cedar rapids... the pizza daddy on first avenue, a home on catskill street, and the midamar business. prosecutors say the 4 family members hid guns and ammunition within shipments of clothing that midamar collected to send to
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eastern iowa health center in cedar rapids is closed today as it moving to a new location. the health center serves 40,000 low income patients a year. it was also closed yesterday for the move. the center at 1201 3rd avenue se underwent an almost $2 million dollar renovation. the center's c-e-o says it needed the renovations because it is serving more patients. the chief medical officer says the center will work with patients as they shift from the old place to this location. "there to be where, we'll facilitate that and have that transition go smooth." the health center provides pediatric and family medicine care. people who would like to see the renovations can stop by an open house on october 29th. unitypoint clinic is returning to shellsburg. the family medicine is hosting a groundbreaki ng ceremony today for the new clinic. the new facility is set to open early next year at 131 main street nw in shellsburg. market share numbers for both
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dubuque were down in august. that's according to our coverage partner k-t- d-h. mystique casino says overall there was a 7% decrease in market numbers during the month. the rhythm city and isle casinos in the quad cities had the biggest impact on dubuque's market share for august. slot revenue was also down a combined 7.7% at both dubuque casinos in august. will this be the year? a 93-year-old bellevue man and millions of other cubs fan are holding out hope the team goes all the way this fall. never misses a game. he has been rooting for the cubs since before their games were on t-v. he has fond memories of the team's legends who never got to play in a world series. the cubs last won the world series in 1908... and last played in a world series in 1945... michels believes this is the year the cubs will win the world series because of the strength of the entire team. "it's really one solid team. everybody is playing their position and everybody is up and coming and it's a lot of hustle. :09 " michels has a lot of cubs
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one of the most unique ones? a cubs toaster that burns the team's logo into the bread. and there's a good chance michels will be watching, when the cubs will play game one of the national league championship series this saturday night. as north carolina continues to see flooding from hurricane matthew, the number of people killed in the storm is
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starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and should be able to climb easily into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend will be into the 70s, and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend! today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly cloudy. wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: wid sunshine. a few storms are ssible late. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. nigh showers andf crory saystwo more people have e ke ofurceatthew. so r, the hurre governor says 22 people in north carolina have died and shared how to the latest victims passed away yesterday. "lenoir county, a vehicle went around a closed road, went around a barricade, drove into a washed out section in the roadway and the individual drown and lost their life. in robeson county, a man walking in the neighborhood fell into a hole of an uprooted tree and couldn't get out and subsequently lost his life.
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flood stage through much of the week. the borlaug training foundation started a legacy of feeding the world through education and training. now, the foundation wants to reach developing countries struggling with food security. more on that in today's agribusiness report. but ri today's opening farm markets. good morning!
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welcome to the agribusiness report, i'm david geiger. ---- the world food prize is back in des moines this week.. and so are the borlaug dialogues.. named after norman borlaug.. an
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wheat varieties.. two years ago.. the borlaug training foundation started up to keep up a legacy of feeding the world.. through education and training.. board member and professor perry gustafson.. says borlaug would say, you can't have peace on empty stomachs.. and even with great advances in ag technology.. there still has to be outreach with education.. they specifically want to reach developing countries struggling with food security.. "if you don't teach a farmer, how and why to use this new technology or new variety. it's going to do it. and if they don't do it, you're not going to feed nine billion people." gustafson says the world food prize is important because it increases visibility.. half the people he had talked to about the foundation had been from developing countries wanting to host courses on agriculture.. gustafson also says it's important because there's no nobel prize for agriculture... "and norman borlaug really pushed to start the world food prize because he thought, why should agriculture not be at the
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medicine, etc." ---- the u-s department of agriculture is spending more money to help out farmers with too much dairy products. they are buying 20 million dollars of cheddar cheese to reduce a recor surplus.. it will use the cheese to supply food banks.. the u-s-d-a says the are buying cheese because of a caused dairy revenues to drop 35 percent in two years.. last month.. the u-s-d-a issued 11 million dollars in payments through the dairy margin protection program.. the u-s-d-a and the national milk producers federation both say the pending trans-pacific partnership is the best opportunity to increase dairy market growth and prices. ---- and that's it for the show today.. thanks for dropping by.. i'll catch you again tomorrow
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day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report.
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on the lake with nothing to show for it. our fishing friends. sometimes they're lucky enough to even hook two!
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plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend
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chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend!today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly cloudy. wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s possible. wind: s 10-20.
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don't need a lure to get anglers hooked on this week's edition f aidan felderman breaks the huddle with the big bass he landed at eldora's campground. dalton rich teamed up with this dad darin to catch this lunker at granpa mike's pond. leroy stolte says he had a great day on lake michigan. one laker, three kings. tyler humphreys holds on to the 47 in musky he caught at released at pleasant creek. jim jones and his daughters malory and natalie had a great time fishing jefferson county. next up is
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firm liplock on that big bass. that's an 18 inch channel cat that travis their of dyersville is holding up. audrey specht showed grandpa jim how to catch bluegills. joe scieszinski of cedar rapids was working his grandpa's pond when he landed this big ol bass. and yesiree, a big thumbs up from brock york of guernsey and his catch and relase largemouth. with all my fishing friends, this is john campbell reporting. moving from fish to reptiles...and a big one at that...a group of people in texas were able to capture a 900 pound alligator. an alligator rescue team called gator country made the catch calling it historic. they were able to grab this 13 foot 8 inches long gator in dayton, texas, that's just outside of houston. people reported seeing this behemoth of an animal near boat ramps. it took 4 people to restrain the gator with a rope. gator country is keeping the animal in its
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starts today campaigning for hillary in another state after spending 2 days in iowa. an event in linn county went smoother than the previous day's interruptions. a special class in des moines has high school students in the field analyzing mock crime scenes. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's
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the hope behind a new interchange on highway 218 near janesville. with just weeks left until election day, it may seem surprising to see fewer political yard signs. one analyst has insight into the anomaly. a teacher in iowa city is having
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election season. he says students are not focused on the issues. good friday morning! it's 530 on october 14th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and should be able to climb easily into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend will be into the 70s, and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend! today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly cloudy. wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. a few storms are possible late. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s possible. wind: s 10-20. low: 64 thanks kaj. waterloo police say one person
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tree and caught on fire. 500 block of newell street around midnight. the fire didn't spread to anything else. police won't say if anyone else was in the car and are continuing to investigate. the intersection will be at highway 218 and cedar wapsi road -- between janesville and cedar falls. the d-o-t was set to open this yesterday, but couldn't after some mechanical difficulties. kcrg tv9's jordee kalk reports from the new interchange...
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county is set to open in just a few hours. the interchange is the result of a series of crashes in the area.. standup: 21:24, now this road has been closed for about 2 years. the new interchange is expected to open sometime before noon today. dot says its contractors are just finishing up painting a few lines along the road. authorities say this is a dangerous section of highway 218, simply because the amount of drivers. it's part of the "avenue of saints." which is a road that runs from st. louis to st. paul. authorities say the combination of traffic and speed can make a recipe for disaster. in fact, black hawk county sheriffs office says deputies responded to 73 service calls in the at area in just 6 years. 2:48, "everything from minor fender benders which was re to all e w when we were called to that area just because of the speeds of e collio at occurred up ere." andup: :05, "now thesheriffs ofg
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gravel roadways that connect to highway 218. drivers using those roads are now encouraged to take the new interchange. former president bill clinton avoided any further protester outbursts during his most recent campaign stops in iowa. at cornell college yesterday, the president spoke to a few hundred people about how democratic nominee hillary clinton could unite the country. the former cooperation and concentratio n needed to move forward. the 42nd president says one thing that has to go is the "us against them" mentality in some of the political debate. he also says that needs to apply to protesters who have confronted him on this iowa trip. "i ask my people don't boo them, give them a hand. they're having a bad week. give them a hand reach out a hand. we've got to stop this. we've got to stop believing that everything
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office started satellite absentee voting yesterday. this year, cornell college was the first to hold satellite voting in the county. " nat coffee house " before heading to cornell, bill clinton grabbed a coffee at brewhemia in cedar rapids' newbo area. the former president made time for pictures and hand shakes. this unannounced visit by the president comes as much of the newbo district was set to reopen weeks ago in cedar rapids. republican congressman rod blum and democrat monica vernon have agreed to debate later this month. they're both running for iowa's 1st district -- which covers waterloo, cedar rapids and dubuque. blum won by 7,000 votes in 2014 to win the seat. kcrg-tv9 and the gazette will host the debate at coe college on october 26th. iowa public television is hosting the 2nd congressional district debate today. the hour-long debate will air on
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incumbent dave loebsack and republican candidate christopher peters will participate. the second district now covers southeast iowa -- including iowa city and the quad cities. if you've driven around during this year's election cycle, you may have noticed fewer presidential political signs in yards. people living in des moines have noticed the difference when driving around. a longtime republican consultant in iowa says the yard sign shortage could reflect political dissatisfaction among voters. he says the idea of a lawn sign in this confrontatio be too provocative for many iowa voters. "25:07-"i think some people may just be a little reluctant to put a yard sign out because they're feeling theyr'e going to encourage conflict with the neighbors." one person in des moines who is definitely not shy about a sign - has a giant picture of hillary clinton behind bars. george davey says he hasn't received any negative feedback about his sign, that has more than 3000 l-e-d lights at night. but just in case, he has a security camera recording the area around the
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history and social studies teachers across the county bring the national conversation s into the classroom. but this year, some say that might be more difficult. student's in john burkle's a-p government class at city high in iowa city discuss the election for the first 15 minutes of class. burkle says so often the discussion is about the latest scandal, and not about policy. he says many students aren't paying any attention to policy because the news is constantly about the personal. he says the students are extremely up to speed what the da used to this. "i just don't want them to think that presidential elections always are, and luckily they remember romney and obama from 2012, and that was a more traditional election, and i can talk policy and issues there, and the contrast, it's startling." burkle says he is happy that students are paying attention to the election. but again, he hopes their focus shifts to policy in the
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moines central campus high school is joining forces with criminal justice experts to learn about forensic science. during one class, the students studied a mock crime scene. students are picked for the course based on attendance and respect. one senior at east high school says his original interest stemmed from wanting to add diversity to the police force. now, he says it's something more. "so with a lot of things going on in our society right now -- black lives matter and police officers shooting people i just thought i take the initiative and instead of complaining about the change why not become the change " the des moines police department state attorney general are all involved in the class. lithium ion batteries are sparking concerns for airlines. so several airlines have decided to add something to the cargo area to suppress any
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damage it caused in the southeast. well, now the northwest is preparing for storms that will likely bring several inches of rain and strong winds starting tomorrow. people cleaned out store shelves in a washington town bracing for what's to come. remnants of a typhoon that missed japan are headed for oregon, washington, and plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and should be able to climb easily into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts
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po and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend! today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. a few storms are possible late. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s possible. wind: s 10-20. low: 64 thanks kaj. plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and should be able to climb easily into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the
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small impact on temperatures. tonight, plan on mostly cloudy conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend will be into the 70s, and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend! today: increasing from this west later today. wind: s 5-15. high: 66 tonight: mostly cloudy. wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. a few storms are possible late. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s possible. wind: s 10-20. low: 64
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saying your car could start rolling away when the parking brake is on. so far the company says no one has been hurt but is taking precautions. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's
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had investors worrying about the health of the economy and sending stocks down. amazon is planning to hire 120,000 seasonal workers to meet the expected increase in demand. the positions will be at the online retailer's fulfillment centers, sorting centers and
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however, there aren't any of those locations in iowa. the hiring marks a 20% boost over last year. the national retail federation expects overall sales this holiday season to rise 3.6%, and online shopping to rise 7 to 10% from last year. 3 u-s airlines are adding fire-suppression bags to their planes just in case someone's lithium ion battery powered device catches fire in flight. the bright red bags are and can withstand temperatures up to 3200 degrees fahrenheit. alaska airlines put the bags on its entire fleet back in may. virgin america has installed the bags on its planes, and delta airlines announced it will be adding the bags to its planes soon. honda is recalling about 350,000 civics because their parking brakes may not function properly. the recall covers civic coupes and sedans from the 2016 model year, and only involves civics sold in the u-s.
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if it is applied immediately after turning off the car. honda says this issue hasn't caused any crashes or injuries. forecasters predict a colder winter for this year compared to last year's. that will likely lead to higher home heating bills. the energy department predicts higher bills for all four main heating fuels-- natural gas, electricity, heating oil, and propane. it's here's a live look at on
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plan on a decent friday! we're starting off in the upper 30s to lower 40s and should be able to climb easily into the 60s today. there will be some clouds that roll in, primarily after the lunch hour. these clouds should only have a small impact on temperatures. tonig, conditions for football with overnight lows only dropping to the 50s. the wind really kicks in on saturday with gusts to 30mph possible. highs this weekend will be into the 70s, and there remains a small storm chance centered primarily on saturday night. sunday and monday will be remarkably warm for mid-october. have a great weekend!today: mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing from this west later today.
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wind: s 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: windy with more clouds than sunshine. a few storms are possible late. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s possible. wind: s 10-20. low: 64 thanks kaj. here's a look at what's next in
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athlete of the week sponsored by cedar rapids toyota. linn mar senior ryan murphy is hoping to finish his high school cross country season in style and so far he is doing that winni ryan who is ranked second in the state has set some big goals this year. what did mean to win the super me with that kind of competition? it was fun for me too i mean i knew competitors schillinger that it would be hard. what's your goals this year? i want to win state and then qualify for national meet like nxn and footlocker. your brother was a great runner your dad was
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how does that help you out. i guess you're right it motivates me my dad ran at texas tech and ames high and my brother runs at iowa and it motivates me to compete with them and beat their times. this is your dad d.c. and he thinks he can still beat you so we are going to have a race spinning bat bannon race the loser has to get their toe nails painted since country. the ole spinning bat drill and ryan's dad is very competitive and he was out for the win. and ryan who had just run in the mvc division meet was still a little winded and after the spin.. ryan went down.. and i don't think he is getting back up.. and his dad dc who wasn't about to stop downs the bannana and wins uncontested.. ryan was ok he just got a little dizzy but he recovered in time for dc to paint his toe
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the spinning bat drill is probably not a good idea after running a 5k. lets checkout the finish from today's boys race at the mississippi division meet linn mar went 1-2 with dalton gosh winning goldl just a head of murphy.. ali ali of iowa city west was third. linn mar won the team title followed by west and wahlert.. and the on the girls side athlete of the week finalist gabby skopec of iowa city west was first in 18;23 followed by her teammate baily nock and third.. west won the team title followed by linn-mar and wahlert. ...lets head out to solon and the wamac conference meet... top 15 are all- conference... ladies first as they head towards the woods... it's adrianna katcher of center point- urbana who comes out of the woods with a pretty comfortable lead... the freshman goes on to win in a time of 18:17, winning by 31 seconds... mount vernon-lisbon wins the title, solon 2nd and benton 3rd ... to the boys side... this was
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jeremy fopma... here they are side by side halfway through the race... it stayed that way until bach shifts into another gear right at the end to win in 15:36... fopma right behind him in 2nd... mount vernon-lisbon wins the title in this one as well...wester n dubuque 2nd and marion 3rd to football and clear creek amana at assuption tonight in a key game in the playoff chase.. and a good start for the clippers tonight grant riggan with the pick and he returns it all the way to the two yard line.. and that set up the two yard touchdown run for the first score of the game. and how some clear creek amana defense checkout the one handed juggling interception by cory siders.. but assumption scored 27 straight points thanks to a couple of touchdown passes from jayce levy and the knights beat the clippers . wash hosted waterloo east on kcrg 9.2. and they got off to a quick start drew dostal finds a seem on the punt return breaks a tackle and drags a defender with him into the
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took a 21- nothing lead moments when bryan kunde lays one up for nick bjornsen in the endzone for the touchdown.. and washington scoring all kinds of ways tonight how bout with their defense. that guy dostal again with the interception and you know he can run with it and that's a pick six for drew to go along with his punt return and wash cruises to the win. high school volleyball tonight west delaware and marion faced in the wmac tournament championship game tonight... rises up for the block. hawks lead 17-13... then later it's katelyn mangold who gets help from the net on the ace... hawks led 19-13 at one point... but marion goes on a run, tanea westhoff with the ace and the indians tie it up 20 all... marion finished the first set with 10 straight points as holly faley gets help from the net on set point... marion wins 25-20 and takes it in three sets
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starting off with a live look at . it's friday, october 14th. here's what you need to know today. tv-9 has learned overnight that a crash in waterloo has killed one person. police say the car ran into a tree and then caught fire. donald trump is trying to push back against allegations of inappropriate ly touching women saying they are false. hillary clinton of emails from wikileaks. an iowa political consultant says fewer people are using political signs in their yards. he says its because of a confrontational campaign season. following a delay, today crews plan to open a new interchange on highway 218 between janesville and cedar falls. law enforcement says its been the site of many crashes. customers are back visiting to restaurants and shops in cedar rapids that had to close because of flooding. the c-r gavel challenge may

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