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election, the topic of hillary clinton's emails is once again a primary focus. fbi director james comey announced the new inquiry because of information found during another investigation of clinton's aide's estranged husband, anthony weiner. the topic was a key talking poin after friday's announcement . but trump's campaign manager says that won't be the republican nominee's focus going forward. abc's maggi rulli reports. that political bombshell has turned both campaigns upside down? as donald trump pounces on the news? sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"this is the biggest political scandal since watergate." ?hillary clinton shakes it off. sot - hillary clinton / presidential nominee"there' s a lot of noise and
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of future we want." the distraction came late friday? when fbi director james comey sent a letter to lawmakers in congress - revealing that newly flagged emails were found on the laptop of hillary clinton's top aide huma abedin and her estranged husband, anthony weiner. federal agents found the emails weeks ago --- but didn't inform comey until thursday team clinton calling it unfair treatment - questioning comey's motivation for makin the new review public since there is no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton sot - john podesta / clinton campaign chairman "it was long an innuendo, short on facts." sot - robby mook / clinton campaign manager "there's hypotheticals flying all over the place." sot - rep. adam schiff / california"that kind of an ambiguity bomb this close to election was a terrible lapse in judgment." trump - using the newly reignited investigation as ammunition?as he moves his campaign into previously democratic states. sot - karen travers / abc news / warren, michigan "republicans havent won here in michigan since 1988! polls show hillary clinton with a 6-8 point lead. but donald trump is making an unexpected final week push to turn this blue state red." the latest
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clinton with only a one point ad over trump. maggie rulli oncam close: at this point last week clinton was up by double digits?.we saw the gap narrow over the course of the week but friday's annoucment has made it anyone's game. maggie rulli, abc news, washington. the search for an oklahoma man accused of two murders and shooting police officers is over. oklahoma highway patrol shot and killed 38- year-old michael vance late last night. law enforcement says he killed 2 relatives and shot 2 police officers. investigators say vance also 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 come together tonight." one officer was wounded during the shootout with vance. he's expected to recover. the trial of a south carolina
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unarmed black man begins today. jurors report today in charleston for the trial of michael slager. this is video from a pre- trial hearing on friday where slager's attorneys presented about 2,800 pieces of evidence. video appears to show slager shooting 50- year-old walter scott as he ran from a traffic stop in april of last year. if convicted, slager faces at least 30 years in prison. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... despite clouds, this is going to a mild halloween with highs in the 60s. it'll be breezy at times, with gusts as high as 25 mph. temperatures this evening should remain in the lower 60s for the trick-or- treaters. the winds will back off tonight with lows in the 50s. we should see more glimpses of sunshine tomorrow with highs either side of 70 degrees. showers and a few storms are here on wednesday, especially south of highway 20. the week ends on a pleasant note with sunshine and highs staying in the 60s. that'll be the case into the weekend, too.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: se 15-25. high: 66 alo: 64 dbq: 63 iow: 67 tonight: partly cloudy.
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a charles city man pleaded guilty to stealing a police badge. but he could face more serious charges in the future. 33-year-old isaia weber pleaded to theft a friday. investigators found the police badge in his home last week. while looking for the badge, investigators also found guns, drugs and other drug-related items. he'll be sentenced for the badge theft next week. a dubuque man convicted of killing his daughter wants a new trial. 63-year-old robert stern claims his first trial was unfair. his lawyers say prosecutors shouldn't have been allowed to present stern's initial statements to police and some
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the death of his daughter, kimberly stern. the iowa national guard is closing a readiness center in northern iowa. guard officials say the center in algona will close next spring. the 90 soldiers assigned there will be moving to camp dodge in johnston. this will be the 13th national guard facility to close in iowa. it's part of a statewide program to consolidate and update the guard. the city of algona will take over the more than 20,000 square foot facility. and brushes, at least people at one company in marion do. this can help you from slipping. at marion brush manufacturing company on 7th avenue, owner jeff mccaughey said there is a difference in brushes -- and that theirs keep concrete clean -- and safe to walk on. due to the iowa weather, this is crucial because of what the cooler air often can leave behind. "we live in an area where we have freeze-thaw cycles that happen quite often so there needs to be some texture on the concrete to keep people from slipping and falling.
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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. " ahead at 11:45, we'll take the full tour of marion brush manufacturing company -- where a brush is never just another brush. urinary tract infections affect women of all ages, and as men age, they too become incre cranberries, cranberry juice and cranberry products are often recommended as a natural way to prevent u-t-i's. now, experts have put that remedy to the test. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
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despite clouds, this is going to a mild halloween with highs in the 60s. it'll be breezy at times, with temperatures this evening should remain in the lower 60s for the trick-or- treaters. the winds will back off tonight with lows in the 50s. we should see more glimpses of sunshine tomorrow with highs either side of 70 degrees. showers and a few storms are here on wednesday, especially south of highway 20. the week ends on a pleasant note with sunshine and highs staying in the 60s. that'll be the case into the weekend, too.today: mostly
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high: 66 alo: 64 dbq: 63 iow: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 alo: 54 dbq: 56 iow: 58 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 alo: 69 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 alo: 53 dbq: 54 iow: 58 wednesday: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. sunny. high: 64 low: 47 friday: sunny. high: 65 low: 42 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 65 low: 44 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 45 monday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 44 tuesday: partly cloudy.
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if you're counting on cranberry juice to help you prevent or treat a urinary tract infection, don't expect it to actually work. as abc news' dr. timothy johnson reports, experts are now saying it's time to move on from cranberries as a form of self-treatment.
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if you're counting on cranberry juice to help tract infection, don't expect it to actually work. as abc news' dr. timothy johnson reports, experts are now saying it's time to move on from cranberries as a form of self-treatment. cranberries are a must at thanksgiving dinner. and
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remedy for urinary tract infections. a simple, natural treatment, passed down through the generations. what woman hasn't been told to drink it for the occasional, annoying infection? for those who don't like the taste - a pill form that claims to have the part of the cranberry that fights off the bacteria, without the juice part. but does it work, if it's in a pill? researchers at yale studied urine samples of 185 women with infections. they either took cranberry tablets or a placebo pill with no active ingredient - and weren't told which one they were getting. over the course of a year, the cranberry tablets didn't have any effect on utis. so despite all the lore around the healing powers of cranberries? it looks like, at least in capsule form, cranberry doesn't do much except cost you money. the study was limited to older women in nursing homes, so it may not apply to everyone? and grandma is probably right about a lot of things. but the next time you suspect a u.t.i., you're probably better off heading to your doctor than buying a bottle of cranberry pills. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson.
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third party presidential candidates are barely polling with farmers. we'll look at the presidential nominee that iowa farmers are favoring, next in today's agribusiness report. welcome to the agribusiness
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are very low right now.. i went through the ag report archives.. at the end of october two years ago.. october futures prices were 169.. dollars.. 55 cents a hundredweight.. now.. the october contract prices 104.20.. that would be like losing 40 percent of your income.. i talked to the iowa cattlemen's
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with the low prices.. c-e-o matt deppe calls it a market crisis.. he says the producer calls they get concerning market prices.. are very challenging.. one of the ways the association is trying to deal with the problem is through price discovery.. iowa is number four in the nation in terms of cattle on feed.. and tends to have many smaller producers.. iowa is number one in cash negotiated trades.. and they're trying to make sure those contracts are appreciated.. deppe says the another option they're looking that is throughput in the system the store.. "so if we do have more cattle on feed, then the supply with demand, how do we increase throughput through the packing plant so to speak when those packers and retailers are definitely making a profit on the consumer side of things." deppe adds market volatility is something else the state and national
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are working on figuring out. ---- a new nationwide poll says farmers and ranchers are significantly favoring donald trump over out. ---- a new nationwide poll
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trump over hillary clinton in the race for president.. in the agri-pulse farm and ranch poll.. 55 percent of respondents say they'll vote for donald trump.. only 18 percent say they'll cast a ballot for hillary clinton.. third party candidates are barely polling.. 2 johnson.. and one percent is behind green party jill stein.. trump attracted 59 percent of male voters.. and 37 percent of female voters.. clinton had the support of 15 percent of males and 33 percent of females.. in the battleground states.. ohio has trump at 68 percent among farmers.. and florida has 58 percent for
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eight percent refused to answer.. ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard tonight you might see some ghosts and ghouls running around trick-or-treating. most of those will be kids in disguise. investigators are digging into the real thing. bumps in the night, lights
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you'd expect on halloween. but some people say they experience those types of occurences on a daily basis, in their home. there are paranormal investigators right here in eastern iowa who are looking into the science of people's otherworldly experiences. 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 her mother cindy moved into this 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.
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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 and cedar rapids paranormal. the team investigates hauntings 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 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 communicate with a wide variety 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,
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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 human form, it will map it as a 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 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
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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 being told by two evil little kid spirits to do this." the family had the child ps 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 door. when you place them side by side, you can see what happens in real time. johnston said these doors were latched.. and suddenly something happens. "10:26the people that contact us, homeowners and businesses ee periencing is very vy real. e e e real to them in terms of howig their lives, its affecting their ildren, itsffecting their famil ouble of going to a client's cation, somemes dving four six setting it up, doing the long
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ck for cleansings charging no fee, would we really do thato only play those clips to say here's this ghost und." as for vilar andher mom, .
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after a friday and saturday with toothpicks for bats -- the cubs did just enough last night in game 5. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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of mosul at any moment. it's
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from isis control. one person is in custody after the deadly shooting of two people near des moines. and a cedar rapids boy impacted by autism was finally reunited with his therapy dog after it was diagnosed with a rare infection. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. at this hour, iraqi special forces are knocking on part of an effort to take back the major city from isis control. a group of about 100,000 iraqi forces have been pushing toward mosul for the past 2 weeks. isis has controlled the city for about two years. today, troops are advancing on the city from three separate fronts. islamic state car bombers are reportedly trying to stop the advance. iraqi officials are are
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white flags from their windows as a sign they won't resist special forces troops entering the city. a massive manhunt in oklahoma is over. oklahoma highway patrol shot and killed 38- year-old michael vance late last night. investigators say he killed two relatives and shot two police officers. abc's elizabeth hur reports. natsot - "police cars rushing off in a dirt road" authorities in oklahoma.. wasting no to a call from a farmer.. sot -- capt. paul timmons / oklahoma highway patrol "we were able to get units in the vicinity fairly quickly." who reported seeing this suspected killer.. michael vance.. near a river in western oklahoma. sot -- capt. paul timmons / oklahoma highway patrol "and as they encountered him that's when a pretty fierce gun battle started." vance was shot and killed in that gun battle.. the 38-year-old had been on the run for a week.. injured.. sot -- suspect: "wow, that really hurt, see, i'm bleeding where the police shot
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sunday.. after shooting two officers.. then bragging and live-streaming his escape.. sot -- suspect: "i'm about to steal another car like right now. this is gonna be intense." police say vance then went onto carjacking and shooting at least three other people.. he's also accused of brutally murdering his aunt and uncle.. sot -- capt. paul timmons / oklahoma highway patrol "we're glad and thankful that it's over with and no one else was injured." elizabeth hur oncam close: we learned a police officer was wounded in the shoulder in that shootout. at last check, the officer remains in the hospital being treated but his injuries are not life- threatening. eh, abc news, ny meteorologist jus alert forecast, justin... despite clouds, this is going to
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breezy at times, with gusts as high as 25 mph. temperatures this evening should remain in the lower 60s for the trick-or- treaters. the winds will back off tonight with lows in the 50s. we should see more glimpses of sunshine tomorrow with highs either side of 70 degrees. showers and a few storms are here on highway 20. the week ends on a pleasant note with sunshine and highs staying in the 60s. that'll be the case into the weekend, too.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: se 15-25. high: 66 alo: 64 dbq: 63 iow: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 alo: 54 dbq: 56 iow: 58 this morning, police are waiting on autopsy results to release more information on a homicide in central iowa -- where 2 people died. it happened saturday in perry. police took one person into
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arrested anyone. authorities found two people dead and a third injured at a home near the dallas county hospital just before eight saturday night. 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. police are investigating the injured person as a victim or a person of interest. 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. investigators say a 24-year- old was shot in the face and a flying glass cut the face of a 23-year-old. both men went to the hospital in stable condition. 2 other men were also in the car. they told police they had just
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pulled up and shot at them. police haven't made any arrests. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also emails us at newsroom at kcrg dom. the hillary clinton campaign is spending a lot of time in iowa ahead of election day. former president bill clinton will campaign for his wife in waterloo this wednesday. he's also scheduled to be in sioux city and des moines. no details on an exact time clinton's vice presidential nominee, tim kaine will also be in iowa on wednesday. the virginia senator is scheduled to stop in dubuque. clinton's campaign has not announced an exact time and location for the event either. the visits come as the f-b-i renews an investigation into hillary clinton's emails. the democratic nominee insists that she will not get knocked off course in the election's
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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 on voters' issues. "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 republican donald 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 never donated money. 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.
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bacterial infection. that caused him to lose a toe on one of his paws. sparky usually goes to cedar rapids kennedy high school with his owner, joey. there, the service dog assists joey with his autism, helping him stay focused in class. "we just like laying down with each other playing ball. and i just like petting him, and he likes when i feed him " physical therapy to get the strength back in his legs before re- joining joey in the classroom. 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 field, a must win for chicago in game 5 of the world 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.
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on this pitch for the cubs -- tying the game at 1... part of a big inning for chicago. anthony rizzo hit a double off the ivy in right... leading to addison russell with a nubber to score rizzo. the cubs scored 3 in the inning to lead -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 lot for a reliever in 2016... but he saves the day for chicago. cubs win 3-2. ... the last team to erase a 3-1 world series deficit to win games 6 and 7 on the road... the 1979 pittsburgh pirates. stay with kcrg-tv9. its--. a brush is a product that can easily get overlooked. yet one company in marion ensures that the concrete you may walk across will be slip-free... that is this week's made in
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a mild halloween with highs in the 60s. it'll be breezy at times, with
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remain in the lower 60s for the trick-or- treaters. the winds will back off tonight with lows in the 50s. we should see more glimpses of sunshine tomorrow with highs either side of 70 degrees. showers and a few storms are here on wednesday, especially south of pleasant note with sunshine and highs staying in the 60s. that'll be the case into the weekend, too.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: se 15-25. high: 66 alo: 64 dbq: 63 iow: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 alo: 54 dbq: 56 iow: 58 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 alo: 69 dbq: 70 iow: 73
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ne 5-10. low: 57 alo: 53 dbq: 54 iow: 58 wednesday: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. high: 63 low: 57 thursday: sunny. high: 64 low: 47 friday: sunny. high: 65 low: 42 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 65 low: 44 sunday: partly cloudy. cloudy. high: 63 low: 44 tuesday: partly cloudy.
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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 in eastern iowa takes us to marion and a 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 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 needs to be some texture on the concrete to keep people 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."
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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 customers and we make them in 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10-foot wide. " as technology marches on relentlessly... " this is an example of o maple block that has a special shape that takes the weight off the brush to make it ea 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'll move that block to the other side to begin putting the filament into the other holes." we're always looking for ideas
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know of any businesses or c chris.earl@kc rg.com. 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 want to do until the last minute so the last 3 days have been really busy for us." "
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costumes were actually sold last year. a lot of kids will be out getting candy tonight. we've got trick-or- treating times for communities across eastern iowa. just go to our website, kcrg dot com. did you dread math homework when you were younger? now think if your child also has the same worries. our educational expert wil solutions for pesky math.
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mastering this... especially through the constant repetition... courtney axline from learning rx joins us... ways parents can make learning
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corner, there are plenty of things that go bump in the night that may scare your child. but one nightmare may haunt them even in the daytime, right in their own classrooms. below are some tips to help your child face their math fears: here are a few ideas to make math a treat not a chore: be a good example. if parents talk about how hard math is and how much they struggled with the subject, children are likely to follow suit. they will adopt their parents' attitudes and see math as drudgery. instead, parents should describe math as a fun puzzle - like a video game, each time you master one level, you move on to a
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ways to practice math skills online or through apps. why not take advantage of those readily available, educational and fun games? children love playing with devices - so load up a computer, smartphone, tablet or ipad with math apps. break out the board games. cards and classic games like monopoly, connect 4, ladders are great ways to introduce children to numbers, counting, basic arithmetic and strategic problem-solving. try mathopoly, equate, sum swap, ingenious, pizza math or head full of numbers for a fun game night. make math part of your usual activities. look for ways to
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bake with your child and modify the recipe, asking your child to adjust the measurements ---, thanks for being here. coming up on tuesday, stay
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midday. hillary clinton says she won't let a new fbi investigation knock her off course. the inquiry began during another investigation of her aide's estranged husband, anthony weiner. donald trump's campaign manager says the republican nominee won't focus on the investigation while campaigning this week. the search for an oklahoma man accused of two murders and shooting police officers is
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michael vance late last night. law enforcement says he killed 2 relatives and shot 2 police officers. iraqi special forces are knocking on the door of mosul. a group of about 100 thousand iraqi forces have been pushing toward mosul for the past two weeks. isis has controlled the city for about two years. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. despite clouds, this is going to a mild halloween with highs in the 60s. it'll be breezy at times, with gusts as high as 25 mph. temperatures this evening should remain in the lower 60s for the trick-or- off tonight with lows in the 50s. we should see more glimpses of sunshine tomorrow with highs either side of 70 degrees. showers and a few storms are here on wednesday, especially south of highway 20. the week ends on a pleasant note with sunshine and highs staying in the 60s. that'll be the case into the weekend, too.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: se 15-25. high: 66 alo: 64 dbq: 63 iow: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 alo: 54 dbq: 56 iow: 58 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 alo: 69 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 57 alo: 53 dbq: 54 iow: 58 wednesday: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. high: 63 low: 57urs: 47 friday: suy. high: 65 low: 42 saturday: mostly sunny.
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? >> announcer: today, it's the scariest hour of television you've ever seen. it's "the chew's" ultimate spooktacular. clinton's baking up something terrifyingly delicious with the fabulous kellie pickler. carla's got a devilish dessert. and "the chew" reveals their halloween costumes in style. look alive, because the party starts right now on "the chew." [ evil laugh ] ? >> well, it's halloween again, folks. my least favorite day of the year. full of annoying kids, silly costumes and rotting pumpkins. whatever happened to the good old fashioned peace and quiet?

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