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priority for law enforcement agencies in eastern iowa. several shootings across the area have kept police departments busy looking for suspects. yesterday, cedar rapids police hosted a summit to tackle gun violence. a u-s attorney and seven eastern iowa police chiefs were there. the summit was an opportunity for authorities to discuss gun violence prevention and their specialized units. police say they usually have these conversation s between departments. however, this meeting allowed for a bigger discussion of how to find solutions. " i don't think anybody has that single one answer that's going to fix everything and we're going to try different initiatives and see what works. " just last weekend, three different shootings struck the northeast and southeast sides of cedar rapids. officials said four people were hurt, but all survived. cedar rapids police need your help in identifying this man. police say believe he may have used a stolen credit card at several businesses across town. this surveillance picture is from a walmart in
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back on november 20th. know him? call cedar rapids police. also, lisbon police are searching for this man. they say he broke into whitey's bar and grill. this security video from inside whitey's shows the december 27th burglary. police say the man stole money, damaged a cash register, an a-t-m, game machines, and a juke box. he may have also vandalized some homes in the area. if you have any information, call lisbon police. the iowa county sheriff's office says there's a piece of dangerous road on highway 212. officials believe frost there contributed to a crash which killed a teenage mother and her son. yesterday morning, officials say 18-year-old bethany clark, of belle plaine, and her two-year-old son roran were traveling on that highway near marengo. the iowa county sheriff's office says clark lost control of the car on the frost- covered road. clark's car went into a ditch and caught fire. she and her son died at the scene. the sheriff's department says this area is more prone to accidents because drivers
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notice the slight curve. according to data from the iowa department of transportation, this is the first fatal crash on the curve. there have only been two other crashes here before. one was in 2005. the other in 2010. neither was major. the sheriff says the layer of frost most likely made the road slick and caused clark to crash. frost was also a factor in a two-vehicle crash that sent three people to the hospital in fayette county. it happened just before eight yesterday morning at highway 150 and 190th street. that's just south of west union. the fayette county sheriff's office says 23 year old sara shaffer of waterloo lost control of her car and crashed into another vehicle. first responders used the jaws of life to remove 46-year-old kellie blanchard of west union from the second vehicle. they air-lifted her to a hospital with serious injuries. shaffer and her passenger also went to the hospital. in a tv-9 follow-up this midday....
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courthouse. pipes burst earlier this week, leaving a mess and cutting off warm air to the building. a portable heating and power unit from emergency management pumped heat into the building until the regular system was back. now the county is trying to get answers. " what the county has done is we've hired an engineering expert...and we have a manufacturer's representative on site trying to figure out what happened " officials found two leaks in the heating system for the jail and courthouse. facilities managers think there was an air pocket in the pipes. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... temperatures have begun their fall, and the drop won't stop for a while. we'll continue to fall through the 20s and into the
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the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a dusting. northwest winds are going to be noticeable at 15 to 30 mph and will remain blustery through the whole weekend. we'll begin tomorrow in the single digits and slowly fall for much of the day. we'll have some peeks of sunshine, though. light snow is likely saturday night, especially south of highway 20, with under an inch of accumulation. the worst of the bitter cold will happen on sunday with highs staying below zero across much of the area and wind chills of -20 to -40. frostbite can occur in 15 minutes or less in such conditions. even monday will still be very cold with highs in the single digits.today: light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 24 dbq: 26 iow: 27 a budget increase is on the way for the cedar falls area education agency 267. according to the waterloo cedar falls courier, the board of directors gave initial approval of 58 point 5 million dollars this week. that's a 3 point 3-5 percent increase over
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this budget is based off assumptions that a-e-a 2-6-7 won't receive any state or federal dollars. the board is also assuming there will be a drop in enrollment in school districts and private schools in 18 north central and northeast iowa counties. cities, townships, and school districts in linn county can move forward with new annual budgets. county auditor joel miller certified the annual valuation report, yesterday. computer system issues delayed it for several weeks. other issues in the past. business leaders can better predict dubuque's economy this year. 500 leaders met at the dubuque chamber of commerce's annual business forecast luncheon. financial experts say many businesses teller machines in the future. i-t-ms are like a-t-ms, except there are cameras on the machine that let customers talk face to face with a bank teller. higher education was also a topic at the lunch.
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different ways to earn degrees. "we live in a world of customizations. and people are expecting things to be customized for them. and colleges and universities are going to have to change to address that. " there are also predictions for the healthcare industry. mercy medical center's president says, with so many baby boomers turning 65 this year, she's expecting a shortage in medical staff. more than three quarters of a billion almost finished in iowa city. much of the work is on the university of iowa's arts and music campuses. the new arts building will open in may. then in june, work at the new hancher auditorium will wrap up. and in august crews will finish work on the voxman music building. the buildings replace several destroyed in the 2008 flood. "those who are going into the buildings have persevered during this interim time and they too celebrate seeing the building come together, it means a lot because it's a real symbol of this university and community's recovery from the flood. " crews are also planning to
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million dollar children's hospital by the end of the year. marion residents are getting closer to seeing a new y-m-c-a building. the y is working with martin gardner architecture to narrow down a design. here's an unofficial look at what the y-m-c-a planning committee is thinking. the concept calls for four middle school size gyms, family changing areas, and a larger fitness area. the new location would be off of the extension of tower terrace road and will serve surrounding communities. "we're working hard to make this a community asset, to not just marion but also it will make it easy for people in hiawatha, northeast cedar rapids, as well as springville and surrounding communities to use that facility. " officials think they'll break ground for marion's new y-m-c-a building in six to eight months. fiber, vitamins, and
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these are all found in vegetables. but a new study shows leafy greens may posses the power to better your vision. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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won't stop for a while. we'll continue to fall through the 20s and into the teens for the rest of the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a dusting. northwest winds are going to be noticeable at 15 to 30 mph and will remain
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through the whole weekend. we'll begin tomorrow in the single digits and slowly fall for much of the day. we'll have some peeks of sunshine, though. light snow is likely saturday night, especially south of highway 20, with under an inch of accumulation. the worst of the bitter cold will happen on sunday with highs staying below zero across much of the area and wind chills of -20 to -40. frostbite can occur in 15 minutes or less in such conditions. even monday will still be very cold with highs in the single digits.today: light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 24 dbq: 26 iow: 27 tonight: some clearing low: 6-12 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 1 dbq: 8 iow: 10 tomorrow: chance of snow late high: 6-12 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 2 dbq: 8 iow: 10 tomorrow
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snow likely low: -12--6 winds: nw 10-20 alo: -13 dbq: -10 iow: -7 sunday: sunny, very cold high: -1 - low: -9 monday: sunny, still cold high: 5 - low: -11 tuesday: chance of snow high: 17 - low: 0 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 15 thursday: chance of snow high: 26 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 27 - low: 21 thanks justin. temperatures have begun their fall, and the drop won't stop for a while. we'll continue to fall through the 20s and into the teens for the rest of the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a
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northwest winds are going to be noticeable at 15 to 30 mph and will remain blustery through the whole weekend. we'll begin tomorrow in the single digits and slowly fall for much of the day. we'll have some peeks of sunshine, though. light snow is likely saturday night, especially south of highway 20, with under an inch of accumulation. the worst of the bitter cold will happen on sunday with highs staying below zero across much of the area and wind chills of -20 to -40. frostbite can occur in 15 minutes or less in such
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a cedar rapids dog is enjoying the national spotlight and some new hardware this midday. ladies and gentlemen, the winner of the award for amazing journey -- sissy! sissy the schnauzer got her golden hydrant statue at the world dog awards. it aired last night on the c-w. she ran away from home one night blocks to mercy medical through the automatic doors and into the lobby of the hospital where her owner was recovering from surgery. " first of all, we want to thank and everyone who shared her journey to mercy hospital to see me. we're very proud of her. thank you very much " sissy's category relied on public votes
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said they enjoyed their trip to california for the show. the more greens the better! leafy vegetables may be the key to improving your eyes. dr. timothy johnson breaks down a new study about lowering your risk for vision disease. in the quest to find the foods that help us stay healthy? it turns out that vegetables are looking better than ever. in addition to all that fiber, vitamins and minerals? a new study released today suggests they severe vision problem. glaucoma is an issue that americans over 40. harvard researchers tracked rates of this disease in over a hundred thousand health care workers? and found that those who ate lettuce and collard greens had a significantly lower risk of glaucoma. nutrients found in these foods help blood travel to the eye? and fight off the disease. researchers would like to take a closer look and see if other unknown
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but for now, it's safe to say that eating your veggies might leave everyone else seeing green. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. taking organic produce to another level... the organic growers are set to receive a big boost in funding. we'll tell you which projects the government is trying to help. stay with tv-9. good morning, this is the
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david geiger. ---- a bill that would shut down a controversial water rule passed the house of representativ es.. twelve democrats joined republicans to disapprove the e-p-a's waters of the u-s rule in a vote of two hundred 53 to one hundred 56.. from iowa..
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dave loebsack voted against it.. the bill was originally drafted up by iowa senator joni ernst.. and passed the senate in a 53 to 44 vote in november.. however.. both vote totals are short of the two-thirds majority needed to override what will likely be a presidential veto. supporters of wotus argue getting rid of the rule would leave an unworkable one in its place.. weakening environmental protections.. opposition to the rule say it is an e-p-a power grab.. the iowa farm bureau says the expanded definition of the water rule would make 97 percent of iowa land under e-p-a jurisdiction. ---- with the production report behind us, analysts are looking at some other underlying factors moving the grain markets.. "we're looking at some new direction here and what we really have in the marketplace is the funds are pressing the short side of the market, the negative side of the market.." "sitting with near record positions on the short side so really just out of new sellers to the down side. meantime, argentina corn, which was well under
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value as us in the united states so we're at some support values around the world and the technicals are positive so it's a market that's just trying to find a bit of a technical bounce here short term." "the cattle market continues to push higher on the beef market we're up around 23 percent and and just since december, early december, so a big move to the upside. the pressure just on anticipation of the market topping out on beef and cash cattle." "the hog market continues to push up seasonally anticipating that we're going to see the slaughter come down versus what the forecast was by the government in the last hog and pig report. that's a supportive underlying factor along with the demand starting to pick up a bit." ---- china is going after u-s distiller's dried grains.. the chinese ministry of commerce announced the investigation of u-s...
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exported to china this week.. the u-s gains council says it's disappointed in the announcement .. to start anti-dumping and countervailin g duties.. its c-e-o thomas sleight says the allegations are unwarranted and unhelpful.. and could have a negative effect on u-s ethanol and d-d-g's. adding u-s trading practices are fair throughout the world.. however.. he says they stand ready to cooperate fully with the investigations . d-d-g's are concentrated. . ground up corn.. usually a co-product of ethanol plants.. they're use as a supplement of protein and energy in feed rations. ---- the u-s-d-a announced a three point eight million dollar fund to help producers transition into organic farming.. the money will support research, education, and extension projects assisting current and transitioning producers. the funding is through the organic transitions program.. administered the the national institute of food and agriculture.. which has awarded more than 25 million
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the organic community. ---- and that's all i have for the show today.. thanks for joining.. see you next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.33 oc webtease winning the powerball... unclaimed winning tickets are leaving 1- point-5 billions dollars in the air! and officials are now figuring how to split the huge sum of money.
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today lottery officials say no one has officially come forward to claim the three winning tickets from wednesday night's drawing..... yet, we're getting an idea about who might be sharing that 1.5 billion dollar jackpot. abc's marci gonzalez tells us why the story surrounding one possible winner sounds more like a movie script than real life. nats - healthcare employees and patients cheering a nurse at this california nursing home- thinking she was one of the three jackpot winners... nats - woman at healthcare facility: somebody won the lotto! now, reportedly learning- it was a prank- instigated - her family says- by the nurse's own son. her daughter telling the l-a times this is
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owner of this nursing home- bought 18-thousand tickets for his staff and residents...including the one they thought hit big! he believes - the nurse may be the real winner, but that she just doesn't want to come forward. sot - shlomo rechnitz / owner, brius healthcare services if this was a prank done by her son, it's the claim, i think it's somewhat detestable. meanwhile, a family claiming to hold the winning ticket sold in tennessee appeared on the today show this morning. saying- they're still figuring out how they'll spend their fortune: today show sallie mae paid off. good-bye, no more loans for you, tiffany. other than that we really haven't had time -- no -- i do plan on hoping to work for a little while. here in melbourne beach, speculation that the third jackpot winner - may be holed up in this home... a where that person reportedly works...and may have bought that life-changing ticket. thomas goodis, virginia you have to get a lawyer i guess. tag- we should know soon enough..the winners all have a year to claim their prize and cannot remain anonmyous. mb, abc news, new york.
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helicopters..... is leading the u-s coast guard to search for several missing people near hawaii. we have the latest details. stay with tv-9. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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swinging through iowa. a former president and current democratic presidential candidate campaign in eastern iowa today. we'll tell you who and where they are. and bumping heads. republican candidates heat things up in their first debate of the year in south carolina. facing suspension. a church is going against a denomination's rule on same-sex marriage. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source,
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today, former president bill clinton is campaigning for his wife hillary in eastern iowa. tonight, clinton will host a campaign event in coralville. the former president will speak to voters at northwest junior high school at 6-45. he's hoping to convince iowa caucus goers to vote for hillary, who is the current front-runner in the field of democratic presidential candidates. right now, former maryland governor, martin o' malley is in cedar rapids. just an hour ago, the democratic candidate joined a clean water round table discussion at the indian creek nature center. senator rob hogg and representative dan kelley joined him along with clean water advocates. this visit comes just before his new leadership tour stop at cornell college around noon. for the democratic presidential candidates, their next debate is this sunday night. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o'malley will be on the stage in charleston, south carolina, for the nbc
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network says o'malley has qualified for the debate, despite his low poll numbers. he has been averaging 4 point 6 percent in iowa and candidates needed at least 5 percent to be on stage. and new this midday.... republican presidential candidate jeb bush has a new endorsement and it's from an old competitor- we're talking about south carolina senator lindsey graham. he dropped out of the race for the president last month. the republican's endorsement could play a huge role for bush in south carolina. it's one of the first primary states, and graham's heavily supported there. there's only two weeks before the iowa caucuses, and donald trump is feeling even more confident about his chances to win the republican nomination. in last night's heated g-o-p debate trump and his closest competitor senator ted cruz, dominated much of the discussion. abc's bazi kanani is in washington with more on the debate and reaction. ====take pkg=== donald trump back on the trail today... claiming victory
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add in here trump hammered the canadian-born ted cruz... claiming cruz might not legally be able to serve as president. there is a big question mark on your head. and you can't do that to the party. "back in september, my friend donald said he had his lawyers look at this from every which way and there was no issue there. cruz blocking trump's blow on that point... but when cruz criticized what he called trump's new york values?trump was quick to fire back. everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal, etc..." bite about: after 9-11, people in that city responded the best in the world. abc's jonathan karl calls it a defining moment in the debate. trump clearly came out on top. his response was
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applauding him. as the frontrunners battled... other candidates were forced to cut in for a share of the time. i'm sorry to interrupt this episode of "court tv" marco rubio... also going hard after cruz's record on immigration. cruz: i appreciate you dumping your research folder on the debate stage. rubio: it's your record. cruz: i will say at least half of the things marco said are flat out false. ==bazi on cam tag== trump seemed to take special pleasure in attacking jeb bush last night, and he is back at it today... slamming bush and senator lindsey graham who has just endorsed bush. we want rand. we want rand. we want rand. people in the audience last night started chanting "we want rand". gop candidate rand paul decided to boycott the second-tiered debate. instead, he answered questions from voters on twitter with the hashtag rand rally. that hashtag trended nationally during most of the debate. paul now has the second largest twitter following of all the candidates. the u-s coast guard is searching for 12 missing people after 2 marine
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oahu, hawaii. officials say the crash happened overnight. crews started searching for the hawaii- based aircrafts around midnight. search officials say they've spotted a field of debris. as of now, the coast guard says search conditions have been challenging because of darkness and high surf. officials don't know what caused the collision. secretary of defense ashton carter says a navigation error caused two u-s navy boats to drift into iranian waters earlier this week. iran detained 10 sailors who were on the boats before releasing them. carter says the sailors were going from kuwait to bahrain. he doesn't know what led to the navigation error. "so i think we need to give these guys the opportunity to tell us what was really going on and what the overall context is before we can really know " the u-s navy has received initial statements from the sailors. the ten will go though a full debrief when they're back home. a group of people will become american citizens today at the national czech and
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naturalization ceremony at 1-30 this afternoon. these ceremonies happen at different places around eastern iowa, but less frequently at the czech museum. the ceremonies typically include music and the oath of citizenship. first, meteorologis t justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... temperatures have begun their fall, and the drop won't stop for a while. we'll continue to fall through the 20s and into the teens for the rest of the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a dusting. northwest winds are going to be noticeable at 15 to 30 mph and will remain blustery through the whole weekend. we'll begin tomorrow in the single digits and slowly fall for much of the day. we'll have some peeks of sunshine, though. light snow is likely saturday night, especially south of highway 20, with under an inch of accumulation. the worst of the bitter cold will happen on sunday with highs staying below zero across much of the area and wind chills of -20 to -40. frostbite can occur in 15 minutes or less in such conditions. even monday will still be very cold with
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digits.today: light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 24 dbq: 26 iow: 27 attorneys are now investigating the water crisis in flint, michigan. this comes as michigan's governor rick snyder asks for help from the white house. last night, he asked president barack obama to issue an emergency and major disaster declaration. flint's water is devastated with lead contamination ever since the city switched it's water supply in 2014 to save money. environmental officials in new mexico are planning legal action over last year's toxic spill into the animas river. yesterday, state authorities say they plan to sue the e-p-a, the state of colorado, and the owners of the gold king and sunny-side mines. in august, an e-p-a crew accidentally caused those mines to leak, spilling three million gallons of heavy metal
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water into the river. in africa, officials say a corpse has tested positive for ebola. this comes just a day after the world health organization declared the outbreak over in west africa. officials say the country has a high level of preparedness and that there is no cause for concern. nearly 4 thousand people died in sierra leone before they were declared free from ebola transmission in november. a federal appeals court won't reduce the sentence of a former iowa state university scientist who falsified aids research. dong-pyou han had received a sentence of 57 months in prison. han's lawyer said that was unreasonable. this week, an appellate court upheld the sentence. a group of harvard researchers discovered han and his research team had improperly used rabbit blood to achieve some promising results in fighting aids. the episcopal church is facing a suspension for its stance on same-sex marriage. iowa's bishop says this means "real pain" for many
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in june - episcopalians across the country voted to change church law - allowing same-sex marriage. the anglican communion in england handed down a suspension yesterday in response. for three years - the episcopal church won't be allowed to participate in many internal decisions. also, it can't represent the church in meetings with other faith-based groups. "continual pain for those who are gay and lesbian, especially those who members of our church but those in the community at large and how much more do they have to suffer from discrimination " the episcopal church is largely known as the u-s branch of the anglican communion. that dates back to the church of england. want a see a puppet show this weekend? don't bring your kids. avenue q comes to t-c-r. we sit down with two who are part of the production after the break. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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joins us now temperatures have begun their
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continue to fall through the 20s and into the teens for the rest of the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a dusting. northwest winds are going to be noticeable at 15 to 30 mph and will remain blustery through the whole weekend. we'll begin tomorrow in the single digits and slowly fall for much of the day. we'll have some peeks of sunshine, though. light snow is likely saturday night, especially south of highway 20, with under an inch of accumulation. the worst of the bitter cold will happen on sunday with highs staying below zero across much of the area and wind chills of -20 to -40. frostbite can occur in 15 minutes or less in such
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will still be very cold with highs in the single digits.today: light snow, windy high: 24-30 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 24 dbq: 26 iow: 27 tonight: some clearing low: 6-12 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 1 dbq: 8 iow: 10 tomorrow: chance of snow late high: 6-12 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 2 dbq: 8 iow: 10 tomorrow night: light snow likely low: -12--6 winds: nw 10-20 alo: -13 dbq: -10 iow: -7 sunday: sunny, very cold high: -1 - low: -9 monday: sunny, still cold high: 5 - low: -11 tuesday: chance of snow high: 17 - low: 0 wednesday: partly cloudy high: 25 - low: 15 thursday: chance of snow high: 26 - low: 19 friday: partly cloudy high: 27 - low: 21 it's a tony award winning
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it's also known as an adult
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avenue q opens at t-c-r tonight. murphy from the show join us. -what is this play all about? -tell me about the puppets -tell me about the music -tickets ? -anything else? winner of the tony award for best musical, best score and best book, this laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named princeton who moves into a shabby new york apartment all the way out on avenue q. he soon discovers that although the residents seem nice, it's clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. together, princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life. filled with gut-busting
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score, not to mention puppets, avenue q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is similar to a beloved children's show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good and life lessons are
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guys, thanks for being here. preventing a fall can be easier than recovering from one. our fitness expert will demonstrate some exercises to improve your balance and stability, next. stay with us. balance and stability
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falls. as the normal aging process occurs, falls can become more common and often diminish your ability to lead an active and independent life. our fitness expert feryl york will use balance discs with a few
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stability and decrease your risk of falling. balance and stability difficulties often lead to falls. as the normal aging process occurs, falls can become more common and often diminish your ability to lead an active and independent life. our fitness expert feryl york will use balance discs with a few simple exercises to improve your stability and decrease your risk of falling. back to our top stories this
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balance and stability difficulties often lead to falls. as the normal aging process occurs, falls can become more common and often diminish your ability to lead an active and independent life. our fitness expert feryl york will use balance discs with a few simple exercises to improve your stability and decrease your risk
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cedar rapids police are joining forces with surrounding city police chiefs to end gun violence. yesterday, cedar rapids police held a summit to figure out solutions for the increasing problem. just last weekend, three shootings struck two sides of town. officials say four people got hurt but survived. former president bill clinton will be in eastern iowa today. he's set to campaign for his wife hillary in coralville tonight at northwest junior high school around 6-45. right now, hillary is slightly behind senator bernie sanders in some iowa polls. on the republican side, south carolina senator lindsey graham has endorsed candidate jeb bush. graham dropped out of the race last month, and carries a lot of support in the primary state. right now, bush ranks low in national and iowa polls. we have boys high school hoops for you tonight on kcrg nine point two. the spartans from solon will travel to mt. vernon to take on the mustangs.
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can watch the whole game tonight on kcrg nine point two. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. temperatures have begun their fall, and the drop won't stop for a while. we'll continue to fall through the 20s and into the teens for the rest of the day. some light snow showers may pass through, but won't produce more than a dusting. northwest winds are going to be
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