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starting off with a live look at . it's monday, october 31st. here's what you need to know today. the iowa d-c-i and police want to find out who killed two people in perry. investigators pulled in one person for questioning. killing his daughter wants a new trial. robert stern's lawyers say some of the evidence shouldn't have been used during the trial. "this is the single biggest scandal since watergate. " donald trump is taking advantage of the recent email controversy for hillary clinton's campaign, as she calls for more details to be released. americans will spend a spooky amount of money on halloween this year.
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paranormal investigators in eastern iowa say they work for hours to get answers on a ghost sighting - and they do it for free. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther
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warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday wi dry and quiet with highs remainaveasaaverage. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 this morning, police are waiting on autopsy information about a double homicide near des moines. it happened saturday in perry. police took one person into custody for questioning, but haven't arrested anyone. authorities found two people dead and a third injured at a home near the
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first responders took the third person to a des moines hospital. a woman who lives nearby says the family living there never seemed unusual. "i was in shock...i think i was overwhemeled thinking about the families and what they lost. " police have not released names or ages of the victims. we're trying to find out if police are investigating the injured person as a victim or a person of interest. is over this morning. federal and local police say an oklahoma man accused in a string of violent crimes was shot and killed. officials say 38-year-old michael vance allegedly killed 2 relatives and shot 2 police officers. investigators say vance stole his relative's vehicle. they warned people near the oklahoma panhandle to be on the lookout for it. "a farmer discovered a vehicle in this field that came very close to matching a description of a vehicle we've been looking for, that of a suspect. that caused us to
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one officer was wounded during the shootout with vance. he's expected to recover. waterloo police are reminding drivers to be aware of bicylists today. two vehicles hit two bikes over the weekend. a car hit a woman around 6 o'clock last night, near west first and east wellington streets. the woman went to the hospital. officials say she's expected to be ok. on saturday, a vehicle hit a 14-year-old boy near avenue and drove away. he's doing ok. as the f-b-i renews an investigation into her emails, hillary clinton insists that she will not get knocked off course in the election's final days. the new f-b-i email inquiry began during another investigation of her aide's estranged husband, anthony weiner. during a rally in the battleground state of florida, the former secretary of state told supporters she wasn't going to get distracted. she says she's more focused
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"what keeps you up at night, that's what i'm interested in and that is what i am gonna be talking about here today and next 9 days - there's a lot of noise and distraction but really comes down to what kind of future we want." clinton also slammed trump's lack of charitable giving. she singled out a washington post report that trump attended a fundraiser for young children with h-i-v but donald trump is calling for the u-s to engage in more extreme interrogation methods. trump made the comments during a rally in albuquerque, new mexico yesterday. he described the tactics isis uses on prisoners and says the u-s should allow waterboarding. president obama barred the use of the interrogation technique, but trump says it is now a necessity. "we're fighting on a different level. we're fighting on a different level folks, and we
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some cases, pretty vicious, to be honest with you. pretty vicious. " trump also targeted the f-b-i's renewed interest into hillary clinton's emails, saying the democratic nominee threatened the safety of american children. in today's show you care spotlight, a dubuque elementary school student is now a winner of a national art contest. reece drapeau is a 4th grader at table mound elementary. kcrg tv-9's dubuque bureau chief katie wiedemann shows us how his love for art inspires his work. class, there's a philosophy both teachers and students live by. "the important thing about art is not what it looks like to anyone else, what's important is the students tell their story. " reece drapeau uses oil crayons to tell his story. "is there like and clear colors?" reece, who's 9, recently won a nation-wide student art contest. his award winning drawing, features four images of the same tree, throughout the
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green, blue, yellow and purple leaves. " bold, rich colors that he's never actually seen. cane hitting the flood. reece is legally blind. para giving him walking instructions the art award comes from the american printing house for the blind. judges selected reece's art among dozens and dozens of visually impaired students. "she said remember that art contest thing you did? you won. and i was happy." way to help him use this wax covered yarn as a 3 dimensional line guide. "when i touch it, i just think and i touch it again. " "he's a very thoughtful child and i think this means a lot to him and i think it will hopefully encourage him to continue to express himself in art in different ways. " different ways, different senses. the same great love for art. in dubuque, katie wiedemann kcrg
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bad fall in the winter, you may first think of salt. one marion company has been providing safer walks in the winter for decades thanks to a brush. that's ahead in today's made in eastern iowa. good morning! it's ---. plan on a decent halloween!
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upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures
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well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet seasonal average. today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 plan on a decent halloween! highs will
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with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the cost looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average. today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25
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tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 thanks kaj. here's a first look at good
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in this morning's "gma first look," one motorcyclist terrifying brush with death. kevin fell more than 100 feet down a hill after a horrifying bike coalition that took the life of his 29-year-old. >> just want to say i love you guys. sorry i was being stupid. but you know that's what i do. >> the recording a message for his wife and parents. >> i love you. take care of them puppies for me, too. i miss you guys. [ bleep ]. that's all i can really say. >> waiting for help for 30 hours. we watch with him as day turns to night. >> i don't know what to say. >> we'll have more on this dramatic survival story coming up at 7:00 a.m.
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concrete -- and not slipping because there's a groove in the concrete -- wait a half-second... and know that a brush may be keeping you from crashing on your keister. today's made
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company that makes brushes to keep concrete and other surfaces... slip-free. this is our chameleon trac ii brush jeff mccaughey is one of about 7 people at marion brush manufacturin g company who hear the constant hum... hum of brush assembly of assembling brushes. do you ever think about brushes? probably not. yet here's why you should. " we live in an area where we have freeze-thaw cycles that happen quite often so there need from slipping and falling. roads have that. parking garages have that. hard lots have that. so offering the multi-texture brush allows customers to go from one job to the other job, apply a soft texture to a medium texture depending on what job they're doing." marion brush has been making brushes going back to the mid 1950s -- and, as jeff is quick to note, a brush is just not another brush. "we make a very, very special line of concrete finishing brush. industry standard is about 24 to 30 inch finishing brush with a basic texture, a single texture. we offer five different textures to our
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as technology marches on relentlessly... " this is an example of our medium-stiffness brush with our maple block that has a special shape that takes the weight off the brush to make it easy to use. " ...that also is true with brushes. jeff says a nylon brush is more durable. "has a retention memory to it. if you pour boiling water over it, it will go back to its original shape. " here is how the assembly process works -- with that hum that fills the room all day. "this is a staple-set machine and it does a dual purpose. it sets the machine and it also fills the brushes. it's got a very specific tolerance to be drilling those holes and, on the other side, once dan is done, drilling the hole and he'l to the other side to begin putting the filament into the other
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for this made in eastern iowa segment. if you know of any businesses or companies we should feature email me at chris.earl@kc rg.com. the cubs survived. a win at wrigley now means going back to cleveland. the indians got on the board first but the cubs were able to come back and hold the lead. .
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us now with your first alert forecast. plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides the collective anxiety built up from friday and saturday nights, when the cubs produced only 1 run between the two games. for last night at wrigley series. ... the tension kept the fans warm on a chilly night... top of the 2nd. no score. jose ramirez smacks a "sure thing home run".,.. to open the scoring. 1-0 cleveland as the cubs' bats were still silent. until the bottom of the 4th. kris bryant turns on this pitch for the cubs -- tying the game at 1... part of a big inning for chicago. anthony rizzo hit a double
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rizzo. the cubs scored 3 in the inning to lead 3-1. with a 3-2 lead in the 7th, chicago handed the game to aroldis chapman and the cubs' closer struck out 4 cleveland hitters in 2.2 innings -- 42 pitches, that's a lot for a reliever in 2016... but he saves the day for chicago. cubs win 3-2. bill murray is happy. john cusack is happy. nicole agee is happy. world series deficit to win games 6 and 7 on the road... the 1979 pittsburgh pirates. stay with kcrg-tv9.
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you need to know today. the iowa d-c-i and police want to find out who killed two people in perry. investigators pulled in one person for questioning. a dubuque man convicted of killing his daughter wants a new trial. robert stern's lawyers say some of the evidence shouldn't have been used during the trial. "this is the single biggest scandal since watergate. " of the recent email controversy for hillary clinton's campaign, as she calls for more details to be released. americans will spend a spooky amount of money on halloween this year. one eastern iowa store says many wait until the last minute to get a costume. paranormal investigators in eastern iowa say they work for hours to get answers on a ghost sighting. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news
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first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind:
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cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 this morning, hillary clinton is trying to push issued in the final days of the presidential election. as a-b-c's stephanie ramos reports, the renewed investigation is giving her opponent, donald trump, plenty of attack material. after the fbi dropped that email inquiry bombshell ... hillary clinton was on the campaign trail trying to shake it off. sot
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distraction but really comes down to what kind of future we want."over the weekend .... clinton taking on her opponent donald trump. sot clinton lgbt event " it's always donald trump first and everyone else last. " and fbi director james comey. sot clinton: 16:24:50 : some of you may have heard about a letter that the fbi director sent out yesterday that letter sent to lawmakers friday where were discovered on the laptop of disgraced former congressman anthony wiener, the estranged husband of clintons top aide huma abedin... weiner is under criminal investigation for allegedly sexting a teen. comey says the emails - which federal agents found weeks ago --- should be looked at to figure out if they contain any classified information relevant to the clinton email probe. comey making the new review public .....even ough tre is no evidenn : it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. gfx1: wnfbiunderfir esunpkg the fbi director this weekend began briefing lawmakers who were demanding more details about the new batch of emails. gfx2: wnfbiunderfir esunpkg justice department officials had advised against alerting
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investigations and not doing anything that would be seen as influencing an election in its final days. sot - wntrumpsunp kg we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner! tag: are working to secure mosul after fighting their way into the city this morning. those troops' commander tells abc news that they entered city limits and are fighting to isolate the eastern neighborhood. isis car bombers are reportedly trying to stop the advance. two weeks ago iraqi and american troops started the offensive to retake the second biggest city from isis. a dubuque man convicted of killing his daughter
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unfair. his lawyers say prosecutors shouldn't have been allowed to present stern's initial statements to police and some crime scene photos. stern is awaiting sentencing for the death of his daughter, kimberly stern. two des moines men are recovering this morning after they were the target of a drive-by shooting. police say it happened early yesterday morning on the north side. officials say a 24-year-old was shot in the face and a flying glass cut the face of a 23-year-old. stable condition. two other men were also in the car. they told police they had just dropped off a woman at her house when a car pulled up and shot at them. police haven't made any arrests. this morning, deputies are investigating a fire near a north dakota protesters' camp, close to the dakota access pipeline. investigators say 2 coast guard helicopters were called in to put out the fire early sunday morning. fire crews say the fire burned about 400 acres of private property near
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arrests. the fire comes just days after the protesters clashed with police, leading to more than 140 arrests. some of the violence started as officials cleared one of the protesters' camps. more mumps cases in schools. the dubuque community school district is reporting 3 more cases of the disease. our coverage partners k-d- t-h says staff and families got an email about cases at fulton, prescott, and table mound elementary schools. district wide there have been 19 cases of mumps this public health says there were 21 confirmed cases in dubuque county from august 1st to october 23rd. a welcome ending to a story we shared with you earlier this month. a cedar rapids boy with autism is back with his service dog, sparky. the golden retriever was in the hospital with a rare bacterial infection. that caused him to lose a toe on one of his paws. sparky usually goes to kennedy high school with his owner, joey. there, the service dog assists joey with his
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"we just like laying down with each other playing ball. and i just like petting him, and he likes when i feed him " the dog has to go through physical therapy to get the strength back in his legs before re- joining joey in the classroom. ghosts may seem unreal to some, but a group of paranormal investigators say their work is very real. they spend hours collecting information for anyone says they've had experience
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plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from
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storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. thanks kaj. plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or
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parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s,
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south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and thanks kaj. the day before or event the day
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your costume. one eastern iowa sho business just days before the holiday. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine.
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flickering on their own, and strange sounds are all things you'd expect on halloween. but some people say they experience those types of occurences on a daily kcrg-tv9's brea love joins us now. brea, there are people who are looking into the science of people's otherworldly experiences? chris and nicole, they call themselves paranormal investigators. they've made it their mission to search for the supernatural and to separate fact from fiction. "45:40someone's in there. i could literally hear music from laying right here. my bed was right here. i could literally hear music." marissa villhauer and
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apartment more than ten years ago. and ever since they've heard music. but there's no radio on, and the music definitely isn't coming from them. they tracked it to this door, which leads to a back apartment. but the door is sealed shut. "38:37i would hear radios at night and stuff, so i told the landlord, i said, there's radios going on back there.. he's like nah nah, and i said no really." so, they checked it out. no one was back there, there's not even electricity in that room. the music, lamps falling over, and unexplained knocking... all drove villhauer to reach out to scott johnston all across eastern iowa... searching for proof of the paranormal. while the team believes in ghosts, their free investigations aren't out to prove they exist. "54:24we're not here to actucally hunt for spirits, we're here to get answers and validation for clients who contact us with real issues." it starts with an interview, then an overnight stay. johnston and his team spend a lot of time listening, walking the home, and trying to
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of equipment. "56:30whether it was footsteps, slamming doors, things moving, voices, i wanted to have something in our kit to be able to pull out and say okay we have something to document this, we have something scientific no matter what it is." that means electromagne tic field detectors, night vision cameras, motion detectors, voice recorders, and they're favorite the sls camera. "59:47if it senses anything in the atmosphere as it bends around a 3d grid that it interprets as a huma stick figure. we've had some really amazing validating captures on that." johnston showed me how the camera works in action. "19:55watch right up here.." this video is from a home in reinbeck. the camera is set up in the living room. you can see a stuffed bear laced with sensors sitting on the couch. that bear is used to communicate with the paranormal, it talk when something gets near it. if you look near the top of the couch, you will see a figure appear. you can see its arms and legs moving johnston's team asks the anomaly to touch the bear. shortly, it turns toward it. moves down near it. touches it, and vanishes. johnston said this is one of the more rare cases a client has contacted him about. "4:16she said that they're little girl was getting up in the middle of the night and clawing at the plaster in her room. she said that she was
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this." the family had the child psychiatrically evaluated, and she passed. after ruling that out, they took the case. this is another video from that home. here's johnston sitting in the master bedroom, and here's a camera sitting outside the or. when you place them side de, you can see what happenireal time. hnston said te latched.. and suddenly somhg happens. "10:26e people that contact , hooers and businesses ey bieh hnston says he understandswhy os wouldn't believe, but he asks em toonsider one thing. 1:26wod we go thu the trouble og ck for reveals, coming back r c ay those clips to say here'sis llhauer and r mthey haven't seee evidence t, b she knows one thi" so, chris and nicole, whether
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paranormal in find answers. americans are expected to spend a record $8.4 billion dollars on halloween costumes and decorations this year. balloons etc. & the costume emporium says this is its busy season. workers say this year, the grinch is the most popular adult costume. in second, is dressing as senior citizens. the shop says the stream of customers in the final weeks this year before halloween is steady. "22:39, "most people seem to tend to not know what they
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really busy for us." " suprisingly, the store says more political costumes were actually sold last year. now for our morning mugshot. st. george orthodox church is hosting an annual breakfast and luncheon this saturday. it's also a holiday bake sale. besides the food, the church will offer guided tours and you can watch a video. the event is from 7:30 in the morning until 2 that afternoon. the church is at 36-50 cottage grove avenue more information at their website at www dot s-t george cedar rapids dot com. one more check of your forecast, next on tv9. today, hillary clinton campaigns
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michigan. on friday, the f-b-i director wrote a letter to congress to investigate emails found on one of her aid's computers. clinton has called on the f-b-i to release more information and trump is criticizing his rival. kids across eastern iowa will be out getting candy tonight for halloween. we have all the times listed on our website. just find the story called trick-or-treat times for eastern iowa. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer
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our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet we certainly hope your is off to a good start. good morning america is next. and we'll be back with a local
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>> you're not dying to good morning, america. breaking overnight. the fbi gets a warrant to examine thousands of e-mails from a top clinton aide, as leaders from both parties slam fbi director comey. the stunned clinton campaign fights back. >> it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. >> donald trump pounces on the announcement. >> this is the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> our brand new poll shows the race neck and neck with just days to go. breaking news. deadly shootout. that dangerous suspect on the run for days. shooting three police officers after killing family members and live-streaming his escape. inside the dramatic takedown overnight. back from the brink. >> there will be a game six! cubs win it, 3-2.

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