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taken to the hospital -- but he died about an hour later. several people have been brought in to be questioned. an autopsy will be done by the state medical examiner. so far -- the victim's name has not been released. so far -- no rain -- but not much sun either. storm track seven meteorologist denice pelster now for your first forecast. clouds are increasing across the areas id needed sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. temperatures tonight for friday night heroes will be chilly in the 60s. you may want to pack the rain gear since a spotty showers is possible across the area, especially in extreme eastern iowa. full weekend forecast coming up... eastern iowa. full weekend
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new details at noon about a death investigation in waterloo. a case that goes back 16 months. we're learning what witnesses have been telling investigators about a four-year- old girl who died. kristi buss has been charged with child endangerment resulting in death. she died of severe head trauma. the criminal complaint shows the mothers fiance -- chad little had been living with the family at the time. two witnesses tell police little was beating gracie. right now -- little is serving time in jail for theft and burglary. he's being held in fort dodge. buss is in the black hawk county jail on a 75- thousand-dollar bond. today -- in another case -- we're hearing from the mother of
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this is the video of malcolm anderson. he was 17 when he was thrown to the ground outside the hospital. it happened after anderson brought someone to the hospital -- a person he found stabbed in a city park. in a settlement the city paid anderson 95- thousand dollars and an extra 5- thousand to keep certain ones have had incidents, it is not a good look or faith in you as a chief when i have a problem. not with the chief personally, but some of his decisions, i had an issue with." kwwl spoke with the police chief -- he says he can't comment on the settlement. however he did say he is excited for what the future of waterloo holds. in eastern iowa -- a motorcyclist is hurt after being hit
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raymond in black hawk county. authorities say a car veered into another lane -- hitting the motorcycle. the victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. our flooding coverage continues at noon -- with a big announcement about last month's storms in northeast iowa. the white house gives the green light to help eight iowa counties hit hard by storms in late august. that means federal money could be used for emergency work, clean up and to replace or fix it covers allamakee, chickasaw, clayton, fayette, floyd, howard, mitchell and winneshiek counties. this is the 23rd time washington has approved something like this for iowa in the past nine years. it's time to go home. right now-- homeowners and business owners who were evacuated in cedar rapids are starting to move back. still -- the city is asking people who do not own property in the flood zone -- to stay out. restaurants and grocery stores in the flood zone must have the
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public. sandbags and hesco barriers did their job in cedar rapids. but the city says it can't always rely on the temporary wall. senator grassley says the army corps of engineers uses a complicated formula to decide which projects get money -- and that's why the been built. right now they make a decision based on what it's going to cost versus the benefit ... we also need to change what factors in, to the cost benefit ratio. the state also has money set aside for flood protection projects in cedar rapids, but it's far from the amount needed to finish the project. the paramount theatre says it's reopening this weekend after weathering the flooding in cedar rapids. the theatre took out the chairs from the main floor last sunday to be safe. the waters of the maquoketa
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flooded part of manchester late last week. many businesses took on water, including bushel and a peck. the owners say they had two feet of water in the store. now they're mostly back to business as usual, thanks in large part to their family and their community. "the sad thing, something so ugly, and it is ugly, it really brings the little town together. i bet we had 30-40 people down here, half of them i didn't even know." they're interested in starting a conversation about preventing future flooding in manchester. they say this was the eighth time they've dealt with flooding at their store. despite the water going down -- plans are still being changed. it's been almost a week since the cedar river crested in cedar falls. the cleanup is not over -- so the annual pink ribbon run -- is moving.
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prairie lakes trail. it will start and end near mudd advertising. the event raises money to fight breast cancer. the run starts tomorrow morning at eight.. organizers say this is just another example of how the community can come together. coming up... decision 2016 -- senator bernie sanders is coming back to iowa... but this time -- and... donald trump could lean on a former candidate to get ready for his next debate with hillary clinton.
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woman: huh. congressman blum is a tea party member. we've shut down the government before. woman: blum voted to cut social security. we've got to raise the retirement age. woman: blum would raise the retirement age to 70. then there's monica vernon... a hardworking mom.
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stage in cedar falls and cedar rapids but is falling. the iowa will fall this weekend. belle plaine and marengo will see the river is holding right at or just above flood stage from mcgregor to dubuque. it should start to fall this weekend. dry. storm track 7 live weather network cameras shows the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. the weekend will stay in the 60s as the low pressure system
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showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for the next week with storms returning to the forecast for wednesday into thursday. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: river levels continue to fall across most of the area today. stage in cedar falls and cedar rapids but is falling. the iowa river in tama is cresting and will fall this weekend. belle plaine and marengo will see the iowa river rise this weekend then fall into the beginning of the work week. the mississippi river is holding right at or just above flood stage from mcgregor to dubuque. it should most of the area should stay dry. storm track 7 live weather network cameras shows the
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sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. the weekend will stay in the 60s as the low pressure system gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for the next week with storms returning to the forecast for wednesday into thursday. mcgregor to dubuque. it should most of the area should stay dry. storm track 7 live weather network cameras shows the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern iowa.
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weekend will stay in the 60s as the low pressure system gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for the next week with storms returning to the forecast for wednesday into thursday. coming up -- we're still 39 days
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are already casting their ballots. you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in coggon, williamsburg, nashuaand all decision 2016 coverage -- hillary decision 2016 coverage -- hillary i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? m to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible
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flooding. she held an early voting event our campaign, along with thousands of people, came out
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and i told them that if i'm so fortunate enough as to be president, we're gonna have a big infrastructure program and we're going to help prevent flooding in places like cedar rapids. clinton will be in florida today. hillary clinton's one-time rival bernie sanders is coming back to iowa to campaign f h in davenport, des moines and iowa city on monday. his iowa city event will start at three-15... more details about that event are expected to be announced soon. donald trump campaigns in another swing state today. he'll be in michigan today after he was in council bluffs earlier this week. trump could change the way he prepares for his next debate with hillary clinton.
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"brutally honest" about trump's performance the otehr night. for a debate recap and more political insight --check out the blog from kwwl political analyst and uni associate professor, dr. chris larimer. you can find a link to that on our website kwwl dot com. voters are now casting their ballots in iowa. early voting is underway. four years ago -- about 700-thousand iowans avoided the lines on election day by voting early - o absentee. the average citizen, voting early, allows the phone calls to stop. so no more being bugged. ya know? during your dinner time you won't get any more calls. so, that's an advantage. we checked in with black hawk county. 157 voters cast their ballots early yesterday. the courthouse is open for early voting weekdays from 8 until
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even herky is voting early! the johnson county auditor tweeted this picture of herky casting a ballot. now he has to get ready for homecoming. old school baby monitors are getting an upgrade. see how technology is help new parents sleep a little easier at night. you've worked hard. retirement's within reach, but congressman blum wants to raise the retirement age to 70. blum: we've got to raise the retirement age. blum would make it harder, voting to cut social security and privatize medicare. blum would even deny social security to seniors until they're 70.
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because seniors have earned social security and medicare. we've got to protect it.
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really mean for iowa? blum's deals are just one of the ways the biggest corporations rig the system to make more money at the expense of iowa jobs. oh, and don't forget-- these corporations shipping our jobs overseas? congressman blum voted to give them tax breaks. these guys hope you're not paying attention... so maybe you should. the deals blum makes in washington are bad for iowa. house majority pac
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happiness -- but also a new set of worries into your household. as mark barger shows us -- special devices can bring parents peace of (nats: baby crying) the sound that puts any parent on edge.... alert items with his own infants. (sot: ben fox rubn skeptical that any gadgets were going to make our lives any (sot: ben fox rubin, cnet) "they're both screaming their headofs inf the middle of the almost like trying to set up a vcr" the 'owlet bootie' tracks baby's breathing and has a smart sensor. (sot: ben fox rubin, cnet) "so if a baby stops breathing in
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the mimo onesie offers multiple tracking mechanisms--- in a wearable (sot: ben fox rubin, cnet) "they have these cute little turtles and those turtles are used to basically send information to your phone" that includes tracking sleep, breathing and even sleep position -- all accessible from an app. (nats) tracking baby's weight and diaper changes is among the features of the hatch smart changing pad. (sot: ben fox rubin, cnet) weight is and then it will send the information to your smartphone" the old school baby monitor gets an upgrade with "nest cam". it provides live because i could use it at the help.... (nats) and ease parents' minds. cheap... all between two and three-hundred dollars! coming up on kwwl, the mister
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miss out on our german bee sting cake. farm markets. as our salute to oktoberfest wraps up, today we've got a traditional german dessert that's known as bee-nun-stish, which in english translates to i'm hillary clinton and i apprth i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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got its name when the baker who created this honey-glazed cake was stung by a bee that was attracted to it's sweetness. and once you try it, you'll realize that bees aren't the only ones that are attracted to it. we start off by beating together some butter and sugar. once it's creamy, we add in some honey, a couple of eggs, and a bit of vanilla. now we gradually add in our dry ingredients and some milk until the batter is nice and smooth. this goes into a spring form pan that we coated with cooking spray and lined with waxap and pour on a glaze that we made by simmering some butter, honey, vanilla and almonds. after it bakes and cools, we'll cut it in half and fill it with a creamy custard that brings this all together. just one whiff and there's no wonder that it attracts bees, as well as anyone who gets a peek at it. and talk about deliciously different. to get the easy step- by-step recipe, all you have to do is go to our website and look for, "bee sting cake," and you'll see what all
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today we found a "buzzworthy way" for you to say . "ooh it's so good!!" "you're watching kwwl, we've got you covered. this is the
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terrifying moments on the
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hour. and... protests continueafter police shoot and kill a man. his mother is speaking out. plus... one iowa man is feeling very confident about his favorite baseball team. welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm jerry gallagher. let's go to storm track seven meteorologist denice pelster now fo y pressure system stays put to our west. storm track 7 live weather network cameras show the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern switching to the northeast. temperatures tonight for friday night heroes will be chilly in the 60s. you may want to pack the rain gear since a spotty showers is possible across the area, especially in extreme eastern iowa. full weekend
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continuing coverage: investigators are on the scene where a commuter train slammed into a station in new jersey. it killed one person and injured more than one- hundred. jay gray has the latest. continuing here. the national transportation safety board on the ground at this point and train. the structure here, the into those cars a bit later in the day here. they are also hoping bella dinh-zarr - ntsb, vice chairman :29 - :38) "so all of that along with interviews of the crew and other people we'll be doing to make sure we get the most factual information. the ntsb expects to be on the ground here for a week to 10 days as the investigation continues. that is the latest from hoboken, i'm jay gray for nbc
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and we will continue to follow this story as it develops. in court today -- the teenager accused of shooting three people at a south carolina school this week. two students and a teacher were wounded a fighting for his life. he's in critical condition after being shot on the playground. protests continue after police shoot and kill a man. today we're also hearing from the man's mother. a crowd of protesters angry over the shooting death of the unarmed black man marched down streets near the site of the california shooting yelling "no "being a refugee, i know there are millions of refugees that are here just seeking for a
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police say the man was "acting erratically" and did not follow his pants -- at one point pulling something from his pants and pointing it at officers in a "shooting stance." no charges will be filed against a kansas police officer who shot and killed a man wit autism during a traffic stop. authorities say he acted in self- defense. the say the man tried to wrestle the officer's gun away. the officer will remain on administrative leave until the investigation is completed. an atlanta police officer has resigned after getting into a fist fight with a fellow officer earlier this year. the department says the officcers met at a restaurant -- fought over who could run faster -- and one of
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officers ended up punching the other in the face/ the two officers went outside and started to fight until other officers broke it up. a kidnapping like one out of a book or movie. a man pleads guilty to kidnapping his own wife in a story that drew comparisons to the plot of "gone girl" he kidnapped her, then emailed her boyfriend demanding ransom, then eventually released her. it happened in california. at fit hoax. it wasn't until the man was him to the kidnapping. "this is not a man whose fancy law degree or background should give him a pass. this is a man who deserves to do life imprisonment." he could face life in prison... but prosecutors have agreed as part of his guilty plea to recommend a maximum of 40 years. the body of a 13 year old girl
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been found. she wasn't reported missing for two years. her adoptive parents said she went to live with relatives, but authorities now say that wasn't true. her parents are behind bars for fraud charges unrelated to her disappearance. a scary situation for many fair go- ers. several people were pulled from an amusement ride in springfd, states exposition midway. employees say the ride was operating normally when it suddenly became stuck in a slanted position. the fire department rescued as many as 20 people off the ride. two anglers are pushed into the sea. by who? four junior high boys. police arrested the four junior high school boys and three are
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this happened earlier this month in japan. all of the boys confessed and police in italy have recovered two paintings by vincent van gogh. the museum said today that the paintings, stolen back in 2002, had been removed from their frames but are not damanged. it was not clear when they would be returned to the museum. file footage shows the thieves museum using a ladder and then "at this moment my colleagues, have seen is a ladder on the have something to do with the robbery. we presume it is. and what we think is that the roof and then came into the van gogh museum."
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the americas have eliminated the measles. the world health organization says the battle against measles was won after two-decades of mass vaccination to prevent it. measles caused more than 100- thousand deaths in the americas in the 70's. a cub fan in iowa is very confident series. noel brown won a contest to see if any cubs fans would get some world series championship body art before it even started. the tattoo features a banner that reads "holy cow!! curse broken 2016 world series champions," in addition to a cubs logo framing a goat's head. "i'm tied to it pretty heavily to see them win it all not just don't win it it's still ok. if this is my biggest regret in life is getting this tattoo i'm sitting
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day." brown says his wife thinks he is crazy for getting the tattoo. coming up ... another state is now experiencing devestating flooding. and stormtrack seven meteorologist denice pelster seven day forecast when we return... "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl."
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across most of the area today. the cedar river is above flood stage in cedar falls and cedar
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will fall this weekend. belle plaine and marengo will see the river is holding right at or just above flood stage from mcgregor to dubuque. it should start to fall this weekend. mostly cloudy skies will not of the area should stay dry. storm track 7 live weather network cameras shows the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. the weekend will stay in the 60s as the low pressure system gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is the next week with storms from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: river levels continue to fall across most of the area today. river in tama is cresting and will fall this weekend. belle plaine and marengo will see the iowa river rise this weekend then fall into the beginning of the work week. the mississippi river is holding right at or just above flood stage from mcgregor to dubuque. it should start to
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of the area should stay dry. storm track 7 live weather network cameras shows the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. the weekend will stay in the 60s as the low pressure system gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for wednesday into thursday. network cameras shows the cloud cover and lack of needed sunshine across eastern iowa. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s and winds are switching to the northeast. the
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gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for the next week with storms returning to the forecast for wednesday into thursday. gradually track east. a few showers are possible throughout the day saturday but anything will be light in nature. more sunshine is expected on sunday. warmer for the next week with storms returning to the forecast for wednesday into thursday.
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wednesday into thursday. they are hoping for a much quieter day in north carolina. 25 water rescues were spots saw 10 inches. "i was concerned about my family, trying to get my baby out of the house. the fire department did a good job, and i'm thankful to them that they help us." so far -- no injuries have been reported -- but they could see coming up ... have you heard of the five
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using it. you're watching kwwl. dunkin' donuts is bringing
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near you. dunkin' will partner with coca- cola to launch a line of cold coffee drinks in the u-s. it's the first push by dunkin' to enter the ready-to-drink coffee market. the drinks will be ready early next year at grocery stores, convenience stores and at
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a consumer alert this afternoon. a fall hazard leading walmart to recall more than 46-thousand tripod stools. the plastic collar that connects the three legs can break, posing a fall hazard. they were sold exclusively at walmart this year from june through august. if you have one -- stop using it -- and return it to walmart for a full refund. is it safe to eat food that has fallen on the floor within five seconds? scientist take a closer look whether that's fact or fiction? kim hutcherson has the details .... and you convince yourself it's safe to eat. well, crazy researchers from rutgers university have debunked it. they dropped watermelon, bread,bread with butter, and gummy candy on stainless steel, ceramic tile, and for some of the items, contamination was instant! researchers say the contamination level depends on how how dirty the floor is ... and how much bacteria can make it from floor to food in a thought for floor eaters.... the next time you feel like using the 5 second rule excuse....consider this.. while the odds are in
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sick and that it's relatively harmless.....the food you are putting in your mouth is contaminated.. for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. as you heard the five second rule is probably harmless, but always make sure you are staying healthy.
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kenneth branagh have in common? rick damigella has that story and more in the hollywood casting news. major casting news! 20th century fox cast in the remake of agatha christie's "murder on the orient express." to up the wow-factor even more, the movie will be directed by kenneth branagh, who will also star at detective poirot. "hollywood does have a courtyard of dreams and we are standing in it right now." jeffrey katzenberg has become a member of that courtyard of dreams, after having placed his hands and feet in cement in the forecourt of the t-c-l chinese theater in hollywood. katzenberg was joined at the event by actors jim parsons and eddie murphy. (nat)
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there." simple, doc. a bit of interview magic. during an interview with empire magazine, benedict cumberbatch revealed "the "logistical challenge of aligning his schedule with those paul bettany" leading many to cast of "avengers: infinity war." the avengers sequel is slated to hit theaters in may of 2-18. in hollywood, i'm
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share with you this afternoon. we've learned kwwl and the r-j mcelroy trust will receive the board of governors emmy. kwwl and the mcelroy trust are being honored for our longstanding partnership to recognize
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the gold star program. the gold star is in its 28th year. an independent committee of community volunteers selects 10 incredible gold star teachers from hundreds of nominations every year. those teachers are then honored at a big ceremony where friends, family, co-workers and students cheer them on. the upper midwest chapter of the national television academy calls the governors award the most prestigious regional emmy in their chapter. kwwl and the mcelroy trust will be honored at anw that same night, other regional emmys will be awarded -- and earlier this morning -- we learned kwwl has been nominated for five this year. that includes two newscasts, a best evening and a best daytime -- with the daytime nomination coming for a today in iowa newscast. also, kwwl's ron steele nominated for his investigative story about russ wasendorf -- called imaginary empire. my partner here on today in iowa -- ally crutcher -- has been nominated for a regional emmy --
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comprehensive story about mental health -- how a waterloo family had to wait five days for a psychiatric bed to open for their daughter. a story i did about putting eyewitnesses to the test has also been nominated. today into tomorrow but any rain should be light. skies will stay cloudy but more sunshine is expected for sunday. warmer for the beginning of next week. highs on monday into wednesday will be in the 70s. rain returns to the
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>> orpheus: now i realize christmas is still a few months away, but i must confess i've never been a patient man. so, with the help of my associates, i've managed to put together what we might call a wish list. $20 million will be transferred into an untraceable offshore account of our choosing. we will, of course, be providing you with the routing and the account numbers. when we have received confirmation of the transfer and we are safely out of the country, then, and only then, will we reveal the whereabouts of the hostages. but i warn you, if our demands are not met chaos and terror will continue

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