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alert forecast, justin... our sky will turn partly sunny this afternoon, perhaps even mostly sunny at times. it'll be a fairly nice end to the workweek with highs in the upper 30s. lower 40s are likely tomorrow under a partly cloudy sky. enjoy this quiet weather, because that changes soon. scattered rain/snow showers develop saturday night and continue into sunday. most of this precipitation should be rain, but some snow with minor accumulation is possible, especially nooh of highway 20. monday should be okay, including during the evening for caucus-goers, as a rain/snow mix ought to hold off until late. heavy snow and gusty winds develop tuesday, eventually tapering off on wednesday. there are still some questions on the details of this system, but it is looking increasingy likely thatwe will be having a fairly significant impact re.today: partly sunny
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alo: 36 dbq: 34 iow: 39 new this midday... cedar rapids police say a person got shot during a robbery attempt yesterday afternoon. officers responded in full protective gear and selds to 385 15th street southeast around 3-45. there they found the victim with a gun shot wound. shooter went into this home. thatame night around 6 p-m, a tactical team shshed lights on 2 men, yelling at men appeared to be walking from home where the shooting happened earlier in the day. . th men were handcuffff and escorted from the scene. police have not said if those 2 were arrested. make sure to watch tv9, and check kcrg dot com for updates on this story. a church no longer stands in lamont this midday, after a fire burned t t structure to the ground. several fire departments went to the old saint 6-30
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east of east street. the buchanan county sheriff's officicsaid they don't believe anyone was inside when the fire started. the church wasn't used for services anymore. investigators haven't determined damage costs, and haven't said yet what started the fire. no one was hurt at shakespeare's pub and grill in iowa city when a fire started there. firefighters were called out yesterday morning at 8-8- 19 south first avenue. that's across from the hy- vee. the fire caused some damage inside the building. as a reminder, when you see news tell us about it by calling newsline nine at 319-365-9999. you can n so send us pictures and videos to newsroom at kcrg dot com. a baby-sitter's sentencing is now set for april, after she plead guilty in the death of a toddler. that woman ran a daycare in her home. back on june 10th, the pella police department reived a 9-1-1 call f a 17
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responsive. emergency crews rushed to the 1300 block of east 7th street. police say the child had been sleeping improperly in a car seat, and died 2 days later. pella police and the division of criminal investigations determined 32-year-old valerie wackerly left the child unsupervised, and in the care of an uncertified adult. yesterday, wackerly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. this midday, presidential candidates are criss- crossing our state to grab their party's nominations. but donald trump, absent from the g-o-p debate last night, isn't in iowa at all today. abc's lana zak is in des moines, covering the latest drama involving the republican candidate. with donald trump boycotting the debate?the new candidate at center-stage was under fire. ted cruz, presidential candidate: "i would note that the last four questions had been rand, please attack ted, jeb, please attack ted? let me just say
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cruz if you guys ask one more mean question, i may have to leave the stage. after a strong start for ted cruz- "everyone on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly the night got "rough" ?that's the assesment of cruz by iowa's biggest paper, the des moines register. rand paul, presidential candidate: "i don't think ted can have it both ways. meanwhile, just a few miles away the national front runner held his own presidential candidate: "i didn't want to be here i have to be honest." and he isn't here in iowa anymore. the only republican candidate to leave the state today, campaigning now in new for marco rubio last night -- marco rubio, presidential candidate: "i'm not going to leave the stage no matter what
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of the many visits that we're seeing today from the candidates, florida senator within the hour in burlington. four stops in eastern iowa today for rubio -- muscatine, clinton and been a moderate surge of late in his poll numbers, reaching as high as 18% in the last few days. . here's a look at some of the other campaign events in eastern iowa today. ben carson will hold a trust in god town hall at 2 this afternoon inside the university club at the university of iowa. from there he goes to mount pleasant. this midday, john kasich will hold a town meeting around 11-30 at the national czech and slovak k seum and library in cedar rapids. carly fiorina is holding town halls and a meet and greet. she starts her day at noon in marion at the lowe park community center, before going to the sweet spot in
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later, she'll be at the vet's club in waukon at 6- 30. and for the democrats, hillary clinton will be at the five flags center in dubuque at 3-45. from there she goes to davenport. make sure to watch us on monday for complete caucus coverage. we'll have live reports from des moines, eastern iowa, and interviews with political experts. it starts at eight on kcrg nine point two. then, we'll have full coverage starting at nine o'clock right here on t-v nine. i have an announcement to make about the presidential race. democrats will win in november and we will have a democratic president succeeding me that was president obama inspiring his fellow democrats at a party retreat in baltimore. the president rebuked republican presidential candidates for quote "phony tough talk and bluster" on defeating isis. he also called out g- o-p front-runners for
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iowa congressman dave loebsack is sponsoring a bill to help an iowa city pastor return home after his deportation. max villatoro is a husband and father of 4 . immigration and customs enforcement arrested and deported him last year. it was part of a national sweep of more than two- thousand undocumented immigrants who had been convicted of crimes. this is video of villatoros in honduras after his deportation. in 1999, he was was convicted of drunk driving and tampering with records. that was before he became a pastor in iowa city. villatoro's story sparked demonstrations after his arrest, and thousands of people signed petitions to bring him back. congressman loebsack's bill would give villlatoro a permanent resident status in the u-s. today, waterloo mayor quentin hart will receive an award in des moines. the organization called--i'll make me a world in iowa--is giving mayor hart the lifetime achievement award at tonights. hart is waterloo's first african
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was a former city planning, programming and zoning commission member and chairman. mayor hart and state representative deborah berry of waterloo will receive this award at tonight's embracing excellence gala. a call to action... doctors may soon prescribe time working out in the gym. we'll tell you why researchers think exercise could be the key to treating diseases. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with
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perhaps even mostly sunny at times. it'll be a fairly nice end to the workweek with highs in the upper 30s. lower 40s are likely tomorrow under a partly cloudy sky. enjoy this quiet weather, because that changes soon. scattered rain/snow showers develop saturday night and continue into sunday. most of this precipitation with minor accumulation is possible,
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highway 20. monday should be okay, including during the evening for caucus-goers, as a rain/snow mix ought to hold off until late. heavy snow and gusty winds develop tuesday, eventually tapering off on wednesday. there are still some questions on the details of this system, but it is looking increasingly likely that we will be having a fairly significant impact here.today: partly sunny high: 35-41 winds: se 10-20 alo: 36 dbq: 34 iow: 39 tonight: mostly cloudy
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28 dbq: 27 iow: 29 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 39-45 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 42 iow: 43 tomorrow night: light mix late low: 30-36 winds: s 5-10 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 33 sunday: sct. rain/snow showers high: 39 - low: 33 monday: slight chance of mix late high: 36 - low: 27 tuesday: heavy snow high: 32 - low: 29 wednesday: am snow, windy, cold high: 16 - low: 15 thursday: partly cloudy high: 17 - low: 0 friday: partly cloudy high: 21 - low: 0 thanks justin.
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cross has an emergency need for blood donors. that's according to a report from radio iowa, which found blood supplies are severely low. the red cross blames winter storms and icy roads for having to cancel blood drives since the first of the year in iowa and across the c cntry. less pills and more working out. researchers have a new suggestion for doctors- to prescribe exercise instead of medicine. jim morelli tells us why this prescription could make you
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"there's no single treatment or intervention that can have as diverse benefits as exercise"the journal of the american medical association recently published a "call to action" its authors recommend that heal care professionals prescribe exercise for all patients... calling it "one of the most important prescriptions a patient could receive." studies have shown that when a health care professional a doctor or nurse advises a patient to adapt a healthy lifestyle behavior that patient is more likely to adapt that behavior.the 'call to action" recommends treat physical activity as a vital sign -- write a prescription for exercise -- and encourage how much daily activity is needed? hint: you don't have to run a marathon. it can be as simple as walking times a week.consider all the bay. high blood pressure, type two diabetes, obesy, stroke, depressioiond the list goes on... no wonder doctors are increasingly saying... exercise "is" medicine. in boston, jim morelli for c-n-n
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we'll telelyou why a recent lawsuit has the iowa pork congress deciding whether to moines. stay with tv-9.
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agribusiness repdavid geiger. ---- yesterday was the last day of the 44th annual iowa pork congress in des moines.. and earlier this week.. they hosted a meeting.. which looked at voting on a resolution that checked out other venues for the congress to move the reasoning was because of a pending water quality lawsuit from the des moines
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leaving des moines would be a show of disapproval.. however, because of a confusion of whether the city or water works board is in control of the lawsuit.. there was an amendment that asked the pork board to invesesgate changing the venue. look at moving.. but.. there's a catch.. some worry that there's no other place in iowa that has the facilities and size of the convention center in hy- vee hall where the congress has been set up for years. "well i don't know that people want to move, i think the impetus behind it was the fact that people were upset, farmers were upset, pork producers, cattlemen, corn producers, soybean producers all are upset by the fact that the des moines water works is suing farmers over over this water quality issue. we don't think thahas the way to make progress." ---- agriculture won't be getting any benefits from recent cuba trade announcements. the obama administration annnnced a loosening off regulaaons designed to expand travel and commerce with
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do much for ag.. while it lifts restrictions on payments and financing terms for exports.. ororagriculture financing food and ag products is prohibited by the trade sanctions reform and export enhancement act of 2000.. some ag exports are allowed under exemptions.. but those fell about 37 percent in 2015.. mainly because of falling commodity prices. ---- cattle are plagued by a very volatile market.. some aren't even going to guess on it.. while the e ains are coming down from a brief rally.. "well, i mean, the corn market, we're up in our own roach ag cell signal here day 7 and we're finally seeing some weakness here." "and i'd say that when we have these kind of rallies. let's just basically say we've had a 20 cent rally. not much of one but a 20 cent rally, hard to hold much more than 5 or 6 days without some sort of a correction or without some
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what the c cn and certainly soybean and wheaa markets need. is they need demand stimulus and we're not getting a whole lot of demand stimulus right now." "i really like the hog market and have been thinking that hogs certainlylyn the feb contract would make a pretty run here and it has but if you look at the chart we've got a 200 day moving average, that we're running into some serious problems with here today withth65-72. i think it's really in the deferred over in the hog market that producers have more downside. i like these hog markets where they are, i think they're making a pretty good rally. but i'm not surprised we're seeing some corrections here off of those long term moving averages." ---- and that's all i have for the show today.. thanks for joining us.. i'll 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 3.23 oc webtease football season only has 9 days
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of the preparations.. . ... that some will make for the upcoming super bowl, the culinary experts at diamond jo in dubuque will offer a buffalo wing recipe that may please the
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our favorite game-day dishes: a burboun buffalo wing sauteeing a little garlic and butter. add honey, brown sugar chili powder, and bourbon. turn up the heat and bring it toto bowl and simmer foror
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pour it over fried chicicn wings and toss. i hope you enjoyed seeing how these wings are made, come in and enjoy them at the diamond jo. escaping prison with help... a california english teacher is now accused of helping 3 inmates escape. we'll tell you how she helped them get away. killing the virus. health officials across the u-s and south america are working to end the zika virus. we have details on the latest cases targeting americans.
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look from health leaders over the credibility of the threat... the mother and brother of tyler sash talk about the answers they've received on the former hawkeye before his death last september... plus, a new checkout for younger patrons at the cedar rapids public library -- a tablet...where an internet connection is not required... you're watchihi kcrg-tv9. now, from your 2424hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. new this midday, nissan is recalling thousands of cars because of concerns that the hood can fly open while the car is in motion. this latest recall
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nissan says paint can flake off hood latches, which leads to the metal rusting. nissan says they'll notify owners, and replace latches for free in mid- february. economists believe the u-s economy will be stronger this q qrter, following a slow last quarter of 2015. in the final three months last year, the economy's growth slowed to a rate of 0.7%. that's due to consumers' cuttininspending, businesseses spending l ls, and world trade deficits. in what's been a campaign issue in 2012, 2014 and this year. now president obama's administration is expanding a data collection program for equal pay laws. in 2014, the president directed the labor department to collect payment statistics for gender, race, and ethnicity. president obama's new proposal will cover all business with 100 or more employees. it will investigate any unfair payment practices by employers. first reports from
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fifiting the zika virus.s.the mosquito born disease is on the rise with more cases being detected here in the u-s. for pregnant women, a zika infection could mean disastrous consequences . abc's kennnnh moton shows us what's being done to slow down the spread. the battle against the zika virus and the mosquitoes carrying the disease. a major concern for pregegnt women including a new york mother to be who has contracted the virus. dr. margaret chanworld health organization "the level of alarm is extremely high." more than 30 people have zika in the us...all brought back from travel abroad. the virus which could cause brain development issues in fetuses is spreading through the americas, mostly brazil...home of the summer olympics is ground zero. abc's dr. richard besser is in rio de janeiro. dr. richard besser, abc news chief health and medical editor "here when you talk to pregnant t men they're very aware, they're
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trying to prevent them. but day to day life in the city doesn't change." pregnant women have been told to postpone travel to affected areas. zika is not contagious person to person but there's still a risk. dr. richard besser, abc news chief health and medical editor if someone is infected and comes back to the united states and bit by a mosquito, that mosquito can bite other people and be infected in the us territory of puerto rico...about 20 reported cases of zika. health officials are warning people to use bug repellant and mosquito nets over beds. dr. anne schuchat, deputy director, centers for disease control and prevention :"mosquito control is pretty difficult, the mosquito's that are spreading zika virus bite during the daytime and they're pretty aggressive biter on-cam close: more airlines and cruises to the caribbean and latin america ae offering refunds to pregnant women. people who traveled to affected areas and have mild symptoms of fever, rash and joint paints are being told to get checked immediately. enneth moton, abc news washington. secretary of state, john kerry, is set to speak about peace negotiations in syria.. however, officials say the main opposition group in syria is refusing to attend those meetings. syrian officials say the opposition won't engage in peace talks
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demands from the united nations. those demands include the u-n lifting sieges on rebel strongholds and an end to russian and syrian bombardment. yesterday, white house press secretary, josh earnest, encouraged russia a to use its influence with the assad regime in helping the situation in syria. "and we're hopeful that they will use their influence with the assad regime to encourage them purse the kind of political transisition that even the russians themselves acknowledge are necessary." " e syrian government delegation is expected later today. the u-n's special envoy says the peace talks are an opportunity not to be missed. a new twist in the manhunt for three escaped inmates in california. a woman who taught one of the escapees at that jail, is under arrest in connection with their jailbreak. abc's marci gonzalez is following the latest developments. from teacher- to inmate nooshafarin ravaghi- now behind bars- accused of helping
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allegedly violent criminals escape from this california jail. yama raawe/esl student "i no idea....really shock." hossein nayeri, jonathan tieu and bac tien duong - now on the run for a week...after officials say, ravaghi, who taught english as a second language at the central men's jail...provided them with google maps and other information essential to their escape. former fbi special agent in charge steve gomez says the maps may have helped the three get to a specific address or given them a better understanding of surrounding buildings and the jail roof. authorites say, ravaghi - denies providing anything beyond the maps. "james"/former neighbor "she was always...thing about anybody." the three escapees -are believed to be driving - and living in- this 2008 gmc utility van -stolen saturday in south los angeles - after one of the men responded to a "for le" ad.... lt. hallock, orange county sheriff's department "mr. duong took it...vehicle away." on-cam tag: authorities in california say they believe the men may still be in that area because of their ties to local gangs. there is a 200-thousand dollar reward for information eading to
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meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... ready to enjoy the calm today and tomorrow at least... our sky will turn partly sunny this afternoon, perhaps even mostly sunny at times. it'll be a fairly nice end to the workweek with highs in the upper 30s. lower 40s are likely tomorrow under a partly cloudy sky. enjoy this quiet weather, because that changes soon. scattered rain/snow showers develop
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sunday. most of this precipitation should be rain, but some snow with minor accumulation is possible, especially north of highway 20. monday should be okay, including during the evening for caucus-goers, as a rain/snow mix ought to hold off until late. heavv snow and gusty winds develop tuesday, eventually tapering off on wednesday. there are still some questions on the details of this system, but it is looking increasingly likely that we will be having a fairly significant impact here.today: partly sunny high: 35-41 winds: se 10-20 alo: 36 dbq: 34 iow: 39 the family of tyler sash says results of recent testing give them with answers on what led to his death. sash's mother and brother spoke on e-s-p-n's "outside the lines" yesterday. sash's family donated his brain to the concussion legacy foundation, which confirmed he suffered from c-t-e. it's a degenerative brain disease brought on by trauma from incidents like concussions. the 27 year old suffered several concussions while playing for both the iowa hawkeyes and, in the nfl, with the new york giants. sash's mother says the diagnosis explains his behavior right before he died last september.
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helped us understand what was going on. things seemed to make sense when we realized the parts of the brain that were affected " "i think he was kind of caught in a situation where he didn't know what to do, he was not feeling right and he knew he didn't feel right, didn't feel like he could perform the same way that he could before but he felt like if i don't, they'll call somebody else and i don't have a job. " before sash's death, he had been suffering from bouts of confusion, memory loss, and minor fits of temper. those are common symptoms of c-t-e. nat full " announcers screaming" perfection is so hard to achieve in basketball... last night, the iowa men's basketball team finally caught its first big ten loss, a 74-68 defeat at maryland, which is always a
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good news is ahead. the hawkeyes return home on sunday to host northwestern . the next six games are... northwestern, penn state, illinois, indiana, minnesota and penn state. lots of opportunity there for victories... whistle blows, feet stomping toward balls it will be cops versus kids in this dodge ball tournament today at harding middle school in cedar rapids. this is video from when police took on kids in 2014. the annual event benefits c-r-p-d's k-9 unit to help buy and train police dogs and equipment. the tournament starts at 1 1 d $3 dollars to watch. the cedar rapids public library now has... "launch pads"... and they're designed to make learning interactive and fun for kids. the hand held tablets can now be found at the downwnwn library. each pad has its own set of educational apps and themes like science, math, and reading. no internet connection is necessary. grants from companies like i-t-c paid for the 107 launchpads which can be
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time. "a lot of us take for granted that we have access to the kind of technology that's out there and there's so much out there and there's much available to people. what this does is put a specific kind of technology in the hands of our youngest customers, while they're learning." grants from companies like i-t-c paid for the 107 launchpads which can be checked out for 14 days at a time. announcing the winners. we now know which celebrities will present at the oscars. and reliving the biggest murder trial of the 90's. actor cuba gooding junior takes on the world of o-j simpson in a new t-v series. plus, exercising is good...but knowing your ideal range of intensity is even better... we'll learn how to find this in our friday fitness segment... stay with tv-9. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9.
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joins us now. our sky will turn partly sunny this afternoon, perhaps even mostly sunny at times. it'll be a fairly highs in the upper 30s.
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under a partly cloudy sky. enjoy this quiet weather, because that changes soon. scattered rain/snow showers develop saturday night and continue into sunday. most of this precipitation should be rain, but some snow with minor accumulation is possible, especially north of highway 20. monday should be okay, including during the evening for caucus-goers, as a rain/snow mix ought to hold off until late. heavy snow and gusty winds develop tuesday, eventually tapering off on wednesday. there are still some questions on the details of this system, but it is looking increasingly likely that we will be having a fairly significant impact here.today: partly sunny high:
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alo: 36 dbq: 34 iow: 39 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 25-31 winds: w 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 27 iow: 29 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 39-45 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 42 iow: 43 tomorrow night: light mix late low: 30-36 winds: s 5-10 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 33 sunday: sct. rain/snow showers high: 39 - low: 33 monday: slight chance of mix late high: 36 - low: 27 tuesday: heavy snow high: 32 - low: 29 wednesday: am snow, windy, cold high: 16 - low: 15 thursday: partly cloudy high: 17 - low: 0 friday: partly cloudy high: 21 - low: 0
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controversy at the oscars. we
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will be presenters at the 88th academy awards. and shaking hands with a trip to the vatican. jason nathansns tells us which actor got the chance of a lifetime in today's showbiz wrap. nominees of color at the oscars, but producers are making sure the people presenting the awards will be diverse. the academy is out with its first list of presenters, which includes whoopi goldberg, kevin hart, the weeknd, pharrell williams, and benicio del toro. joining them will be tina fey, lady gaga, sam smith, ryan gosling, charlize theron, and jacob tremblay - the adorable kid from room. the oscars air february 28th live on abc. leonardo dicaprio is the frontrunner for best actor at this year's oscars - but that might pale in comparison to the honor he got thursday - an audience with the pope! 1. medium shot actor leonardo dicaprio entering pope francis's study
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you for granting me this private audience with you." that's him at the vatican, in italian, thanking the pope for granting the private audience. the two talked about climate change, and dicaprio gave him a book and a charitable donation. the actor's plus one - not a supermodel - he brought his dad. dicaprio is also a frontrunner for a screen actors guild award this weekend. the show, which is actors giving awards to actors in tv and movies, airs live saturday evening on tbs and tnt. o.j. simpson is back in the news a lot these days, not for something he did, but for a tv show about his murder trial. at the premiere for the people v oj simpson, cuba gooding jr., who plays simpson, talked about his thoughts when that not guilty verdict came down 1995 8 . soundbite cuba gooding jr., actorbute ys doing thipjt made him go back and forth the question of simpson's guilt. he won't say which side he comes down on now. the series starts next week on fx. and that's what's happening in hollywood, i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles.
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your workout. our fitness expert will show us how to find that magic number and what it means for your health. stay with us.
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should be exercising? one way to ensure your exercising in a safe and also an effective zone is join our fitness expert feryl york to learn exactly how to figure your optimal target heart rate range and also how to monitor your pulse during you workout
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do you find yourself questioning how hard you should be exercising? one way to ensure your exercising in a safe and also an effective zone is utilizing target heart rate. join our fitness expert feryl york to learn exactly how to figure your optimal target heart rate range and also how to monitor your pulse during you workout today. do you find yourself questioning how hard you should be exercising? one way to ensure
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exercising in a safe and also an effective zone is utilizing target heart rate. join our fitness expert feryl york to learn exactly how to figure your optimal target heart rate range and also how to monitor
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back to our top stories this midday. cedar rapids police say a person got shot yesterday after walking into a home during a robbery attempt. the incident happened at 385 15th street southeast around 3-45 yesterday afternoon. we're still waiting to learn details on who the suspect is. make sure to check kcrg dot com for updates.
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morning's weather, justin. our sky will turn partly sunny this afternoon, perhaps even mostly sunny at times. it'll be a fairly nice end to the workweek with highs in the upper 30s. lower 40s are likely tomorrow under a partly cloudy sky. enjoy this quiet weather, because that changes soon. scattered rain/snow showers develop saturday night and continue into sunday. most of this precipitation should be rain, but some snow with minor accumulation is possible, especially north of highway 20. monday should be okay, including during the evening for caucus-goers, as a rain/snow mix ought to hold off until late. heavy snow and gusty winds develop tuesday, eventually tapering off on wednesday. there are still some questions on the details of this system, but it is looking increasingly likely that we will be having a fairly significant impact here.today: partly sunny high: 35-41 winds: se 10-20 alo: 36 dbq: 34 iow: 39 tonight: mostly cloudy low: 25-31 winds: w 5-15 alo: 28 dbq: 27 iow: 29 tomorrow: partly cloudy high: 39-45 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 42 iow: 43 tomorrow night: light mix late low: 30-36 winds: s 5-10 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 33 sunday: sct. rain/snow showers high: 39 - low: 33 monday: slight chance of mix late high: 36 - low: 27 tuesday: heavy snow high: 32 - low: 29 wednesday: am snow, windy, cold high: 16 -
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