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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. jury selection is underway today in the 2nd murder trial for a cedar rapids homeless man. prosecutors believe travis standlee killed homeless woman, while he was suspected for another murder. the 45-year-old faces a 1st -degree murder charge and will go to trial in scott county. the judge moved the proceedings because the publicity. authorities believe standlee killed sharon mead, who was also homeless. cedar rapids police say they found mead's body near the coe college campus in september of 20-15. prosecutors claim standlee killed mead the day after he was released from jail, under suspicion of another murder. investigators said, at the time, they didn't have enough evidence to hold standlee. they later charged him for murdering both mead... ... and raymond ursino, who was also homeless. earlier this year, a jury
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ursino. a judge sentenced standlee to 50 years in prison. new at midday, a cedar rapids man is facing a sexual abuse charge for allegedly having sex with a 14 year old girl. the fayette county sheriff's office says 25-year-old niall lewis met the girl online. investigators say he met her in person and had sex with her several times over the summer. he faces a 3rd degree sexual abuse charge. the sheriff's office says there could be more victims and more charges filed in the future. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also email pictures and video to newsroom at kcrg dot com. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin -- seasonable but we're all still watching for any storms on tuesday. we have another beautiful afternoon ahead of us, although it'll be far less breezy than it was yesterday. we'll have highs in the upper 50s with lots of sunshine. cloudiness increases tonight, though, with lows near 40. it'll be a far grayer day tomorrow as showers
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rain continues tomorrow night into wednesday, particularly during the morning, and it'll be windy during that time too. a few rumbles of thunder are possible. at this point, rainfall amounts of at least a half-inch look like a solid bet, especially across the northern half of the state. temperatures will be wide-ranging, with the potential for highs struggling to hit 50 in northern iowa, but making 60 in southern iowa. dry weather returns for the end of the week and weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: ne 5-10. high: 58 alo: 56 dbq: 57 w: 59night: nd: e 5-10. low: 40 alo:0q: 39 th only 15 days to go, thete abl double-digit lead over donald trump. the presidential nominees are back in key swing states today to try and gain some last minute support. abc's maggie rulli reports. hillary clinton's camp -
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fanning out across key swing states. sot - president obama "you've got a guy who proves himself unfit for this office every single day." donald trump - saying the polls have it backwards? sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"numbe rs are looking phenomenal in florida. don't believe media." as he outlined his vision for his first one hundred days in office ? sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"it's a contract between donald j. trump and the american voter?" while on the trail, both candidates continue to trade jabs over who ha t presidential nominee"...you watch her at the end of the debate where she's like exhausted. she could hardly make it to her car." sot - hillary clinton / presidential nominee"i stood next to donald trump in 3 debates for 4 and a half hours. i think that proves i have the stamina to be president and commander in chief." snl chiming in on the election with their take on the final debate sot-snl sot - "all of the newscasters are making me look so bad." "and how are we doing that?" "by taking all of the things i say and all of the things i do
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tracking poll also finds that when it comes to voter enthusiasm - hillary clinton's numbers are up. and more than half of her supporters are voting for her because they actually like her? versus the 54% who are voting for trump - only because they don't like clinton. maggie rulli, abc news, washington in the race for senate in iowa, polls show incumbent republican chuck grassley has a strong lead over democratic challenger patty judge. grassley and senator joni ernst held a news conference following a breakfast event at the cedar rapids country club. senator grassley commented on the presidential race, saying congress needs to stay focused and keep the next president in check, no matter who wins the election. "whichever one is president, we've got to do our constitutional job of making sure that we work with the president when we can work with them. and be a check on the president under the constitution when we think that they're going in the wrong direction. "
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points. he's seeking his 7th term in office. this morning president obama endorsed fellow democrat monica vernon for iowa's first congressiona l district. in a statement, he called her a 'champion for the middle class' who will help build an economy that works for everyone and not just quote 'those at the very top'. vernon is up against first term congressman, republican rod blum. a loras college poll from one month ago the two candidates will meet for their first debate on wednesday night in cedar rapids. kcrg-tv9 and the gazette will host at coe college, starting at 7 pm. you can watch it on kcrg 9.2. beth malicki will co- moderate. the iraqi military is pressing closer to mosul in an effort to take back the city from isis. this morning, special forces started shelling islamic state positions near the key isis stronghold. the shelling is at a historically christian town
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the city comes after months of planning and involves more than 25,000 iraqi troops. the united states is helping in the fight from the air. military officials say the effort to take back mosul could take several months. thousands of migrants in northern france have to either go home or seek asylum. riot police are starting to dismantle a migrant camp across from the english channel today. french authorities converted an old hangar in the port city into a processing center for majority of those migrants were trying to escape civil war in syria. the italian coast guard rescued 95 other migrants from a house boat this morning. the coast guard intercepted the boat of the country's southern coast. 94 of the migrants were pakistani. the other was from sri lanka. the coast guard says 21 of them were children. back in iowa, a dairy in fayette county -- just outside of hawkeye - has found plenty of business not in stores but in the dorms
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airports in the world. the country view dairy has found a robust business in greek yogurt -- especially at colleges. from the cows to the production of yogurt itself, the clock is always the constant in this process. since opening in 2002, country view has worked into more and more places -- including the dorms at northern iowa, luther, cornell... and even o'hare airport in chicago. "the reason we're looking at a record production this week is that we work with several public schools and colleges. we're also taking production and breaking into the wisconsin market. that happened this summer and, on too that turned into a 17,000 or 18,000-pound week." coming up at 11:40, we'll take the full tour of country view dairy -- and take you inside the work of this growing company that runs, literally, hot and cold. t-v's, video games, or time on smartphones. many parents are concerned today's children are a giant experiment
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now, scientists have come up with a reccommended amount of exposure, and who should stay away from screens completely. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
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we have another beautiful afternoon ahead of us, although it'll be far less breezy than it
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upper 50s with lots of sunshine. cloudiness increases tonight, though, with lows near 40. it'll be a far grayer day tomorrow as showers start to move in late in the afternoon and evening. rain continues tomorrow night into wednesday, particularly during the morning, and it'll be windy during that time too. a few rumbles of thunder are possible. at this point, rainfall amounts of at least a half-inch look like a solid bet, especially across the northern half of the state. temperatures will be wide-ranging, with the potential for highs struggling to hit 50 in northern iowa, but weather returns for the end of the week and weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: ne 5-10. high: 58 alo: 56 dbq: 57 iow: 59 tonight: increasing clouds. wind: e 5-10. low: 40 alo: 40 dbq: 39 iow: 41 tomorrow: showers developing in the afternoon and evening. wind:
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thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 49 alo: 46 dbq: 47 iow: 50 wednesday: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. thursday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 42 friday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 48 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 40
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high: 61 low: 39 monday: partly cloudy. high: 66 low: 45 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 35
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of conversation for kids whether they are 2 or teenagers. now, the top pediatricians' group in the u-s may have some answers about screen time is acceptable. here's a-b-c news stephanie ramos with more. t-vs? computers? and touch screens. they are the new playgrounds for kids and toddlers constant exposure to electronic media might come with negative consequences -- that today's babies are a giant lab experiment about screen time. to answer the growing concerns about this new wave of devices and technology - and what it might be doing to our kids - the american academy of pediatrics has now come out with a set of guidelines. their recommendati ons? parents should completely eliminate exposure to electronic media for kids under 18 months. for kids between 18 and 24 months, an introduction to screens is o-k? but they urge that parents to participate in all digital exposure, so it can be
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and for kids between the ages of two and five? limit screen time to one hour or less per day. and stop screen time use one hour prior to bedtime. keeping bedrooms and meal times screen-free. these devices can be great ways to educate and entertain a child? but creating that "unplugged time" in the home leaves a chance for the whole family to download some bonding and program a happier future. with this medical minute i'm stephanie ramos trt oc smaller scale farms and urban producers version of loans. the department of agriculture has now announced guaranteed loans up to $100,000. that's in today's agribusiness report. welcome to the agribusiness
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farms and urban producers now have a more streamlined version of loans.. the department of agriculture announced guaranteed loans made for loans going up to a hundred thousand dollars from u-s-d-a approved lenders to purchase farmland or finance ag operations.... it's called e-z guarantee loans.. using a simplified application process.. u-s-d-a secretary tom vilsack says the loans can help smaller farmers get the capit operations.. they are also expending coverage to smaller lenders.. calling them microlenders.. who can also offer e-z guaranteed loans of up to 50 thousand dollars. ---- homeland energy solutions.. an ethanol production facility near lawler iowa.. has produced a billion gallons of ethanol.. the iowa renewable fuels association announced the achievement saying it has had a big impact on the local economy.. the plant started up in april of 2009.. and employed 49
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hundred 50 million gallons of ethanol a year.. making it one of the largest dry grind plants in operation.. ---- blue bunny is expanding in iowa.. wells enterprises.. is moving forward with an upgrade an modernization project in le mars.. to the tune of 40 million dollars in capital investment.. with two new production lines.. and will add 81 more jobs.. the iowa economic development authority approved an award of more than three milli jobs program on friday.. the city of le mars is providing a local match tax abatement. the markets closed last week.. mostly in the green.. "the corn and soybean market is really firmer today. the real strength in the market comes from the demand remains very strong. exports pace particularly on beans are strong. and it's the strong demand that continues to overwhelm the big supplies that we have. this is going to be the last big
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focus is strongly starting to switch to the weather in south america. no weather problems in south america yet and the market overall remains in a rangebound trade on the grains. we've been in a range trade for about two months." "the cattle market's having a firm tone today, we did have a limit up trade on thursday, we're getting follow through buying technically today. the beef market has moved down to levels where the belief is that we're going to see the consumer pick up the demand. the supplies in the fourt half percent. but we're at price levels where we can move some beef." "the hog market is firmer following the cattle market here today. large supplies are still in front of us. we're still going to have supplies in the fourth quarter up five and a half percent over a year ago. all of next year, pork supplies are going to be up 3.8 percent over a year ago." ---- the obama administration has now lifted restrictions on cuba.. trying to normalize relations with the nearby country.. that includes financing for farm
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machinery.. and also includes shipping barriers. but house speaker paul ryan says the embargo will stay. ryan says the latest round of regulatory changes are meant to chip away at the u-s embargo.. to ease trade and travel.. but he claims that jeopardizes property rights of american businesses. ---- and that's all the time for the show today.. hope you have a great weekend.. i'll be back on monday.. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard a cedar rapids man says his new invention is the best way to preserve wine. "1:25, "about 2 years ago i was sleeping on the couch, you know how that goes with a newborn and i just began thinking about wine, we had just poured about a half bottle of wine down the drain and i just thought there has to be a better way to
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a disposable wine stopper. to use it, you remove the foil tab and put the stopper in the neck of the wine bottle, like you would a cork. repour absorbs oxygen from inside the bottle. lutz says that's what keeps wine fresh. and it'll work for at least 6 months. "5:22, "anyone that's ever tried some of the wine preservation on the market knows its gimmics theres a vaccum stopper that most people will have in the drawer that they tried once or twice so anyone that has need to save wine from one day to the other or to the next this is the perfect product for them." " repour at the innovation expo on wednesday. that's at the doubletree in cedar rapids. eventually, repour will sell for about a dollar 50 per stopper. a full slate welcomes orchestra iowa during this fall -- and wicked divas is coming to the paramount this saturday night. the maestro, tim hankewich, will be in to let us know what to expect. stay with tv-9.
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paramount theatre. joining us to talk about this is the maestro, tim hankewich. what can people expect to see from wicked divas? join us for a wicked-good evening of diva showstoppers from the world of
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the tony award-winning musical wicked. this program features the elphaba and glinda from the broadway production of wicked and will showcase the depth of their high-flying talents. in addition to favorites from the "untold tale of the witches of oz", the program also includes favorites from gypsy, ragtime, titanic and opera selections from george bizet's one week from today, kids
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get plenty of free candy. some kids who have something special in common celebrated early in cedar
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meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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race for iowa's first congressional district this career of democratic challenger monica vernon. despite protests over the use of eminent domain, a northwest iowa town says construction of the dakota access pipelines is good for business. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. polls show only a few points separate the candidates for iowa's first congressiona
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featuring candidates running for federal office in iowa. today, kcrg-tv9's brea love looks into the career of former cedar rapids city council member monica vernon. she's the democratic nominee taking on 1- term incumbent rod blum. monica vernon's political career began on the cedar rapids city council during an icy winter in 2008. "41:05i remember thinking we can get through this. we worked with citizens all over the community, clearing the streets, and i thought 'oh we're going to have the greatest summer ever." the epic fld term focused on recovering from disaster. "41:32we worked one on one with so many homeowners, small business people, the government didn't even have programs for as many small business people as were hit in this community, so we helped create that." after getting the people back on their feet, she started on the public buildings. "42:10the beautiful library we have today, our convention center, which is used all the time, and really newbo, the newbo city market, the amphitheater, those were all things i worked on." with september's flood, vernon says she plans to fight in congress to get federal help to pay for permanent flood protection in cedar rapids
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"44:21there are members of congress all over the country who have these kinds of issues, so i think it's a good time for working together with others to get some really good things done." working together is exactly why vernon says she's perfect for congress. vernon, who switched from a republican to a democrat in 2009, says she's focused more on getting things done than labels. "44:58when the flood happened, we didn't ask people if they were republicans, or democrats, or independents. we said, lets all work together and get things done. that's how i've always conducted my life. that's why i'm really ready to go to the u.s. congress." now, vernon her methods to focus on protecting social security and medicaid. on the economy, she wants to improve wages and get more support for small businesses. she wants to promote small businesses, help working moms, invest in children, and make sure medicare and social security are always a promise. "47:26we have to invest in people. we know when we do they do better our economy does better, we all do better. i think it's key we do best in our kids." and she says her track record shows she can get things done through cooperation. "48:35i'm the kind of person where if i see a problem, i roll up my sleeves, and i get to it. the way i do it, i know it isn't just me. we have to get diverse groups of people to the table to solve problems and get things done." in cedar rapids,
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tonight, we'll feature vernon's opponent, on the kcrg- tv9 news at 6. a late september
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showed rod blum with 45%. and vernon with 38%. the two candidates will meet for their first debate on wednesday night in cedar rapids. kcrg-tv9 and the gazette will host at coe college, starting at 7 pm. you can watch it on kcrg 9.2. beth malicki will co- moderate. in the race for president, the nominees are focusing all of their time on swing states. democrat hillary clinton is in new hampshire this midday. it's only 4 electoral votes but still very crucial. this is a live look at her event in manchester. she's expected to massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. polls show clinton with a lead between 5 and 10 points going into next month's election. republican donald trump is spending a lot of time in florida over the past several weeks. he's campaigning in saint augustine later this afternoon. this video from when he was in naples last night. polls show hillary clinton leading trump in florida by only about 3 or 4 percent. nationally, a new abc news poll shows hillary clinton with a 12 point lead
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trump's 38%. libertarian gary johnson was a distant third with 5% while the green party's jill stein was 4th with 2%. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... we have another beautiful afternoon ahead of us, although it'll be far less breezy than it was yesterday. we'll have highs in the upper 50s with lots of sunshine. cloudiness increases tonight, though, with lows near 40. tomorrow as showers start to move in late in the afternoon and evening. rain continues tomorrow night into wednesday, particularly during the morning, and it'll be windy during that time too. a few rumbles of thunder are possible. at this point, rainfall amounts of at least a half-inch look like a solid bet, especially across the northern half of the state. temperatures will be wide-ranging, with the potential for highs struggling to hit 50 in northern iowa, but making 60 in southern iowa. dry weather returns for the end of the week and weekend.toda y: mostly
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wind: e 5-10. low: 40 alo: 40 dbq: 39 iow: 41 investigators in southern california are trying to figure out why a bus didn't slow down before crashing into the back of a semi. the crash killed 13 people and injured 31 others. authorities say the bus was taking people back from a trip to a casino early yesterday morning. the california highway patrol says te the truck when the crash happened. one man who was sitting toward the back of the bus described the terrifying experience. "i flew up i hit all the seats, and got my jaw out of place...my face just broken nose. " state police say the bus had passed its three most recent inspections. the driver, who was also the bus's owner, died in the crash. two people are dead and a third is in the hospital after
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police say the car ran through a red light, jumped a curb and ran into the bus stop. three people were sitting there at the time of the crash. two of them died and the third is in critical condition. and in florida, 8 people went to the hospital after a car crashed into a church in a miami suburb. witnesses say a driver swerved to miss another vehicle and slammed into the church during a service yesterday morning. a helicopter took one victim lifted to a miami trauma center. the church's pastor says his congregation was quick to respond and one town in northwest iowa says it's seeing a boost in business, thanks to the bakken oil pipeline. cherokee's city manager says there's a clear boost when pipeline construction workers come into town. there aren't a lot of open parking spots in the downtown area. hotels are full and there are lines at local grocery stores. dakota access is building the pipeline that will carry crude oil from north dakota to
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but some people have criticized it for its potential effects on water and tribal lands. in north dakota, protests against the pipeline seem to be getting bigger. law enforcement arrested 127 protesters this weekend. in morton county, hundreds temporarily blocked a highway yesterday. the sheriff also says deputies fired at a drone that protesters flew too close to a law enforcement helicopter. people have been protesting against the pipeline for months claiming it will damage the environment and affect native american lands. something special in common celebrated halloween a little early this year. children who stayed at the nicu at st. luke's hospital in cedar rapids when they were babies returned for an annual reunion on sunday. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders reports. since 1977, the saint luke's nicu has been caring for babies born nearly 20 weeks early.these are some of the former patients. sunday, the parents and their pipsqueaks
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thanks for taking care of us. "we usually get a good crowd in. we get some babies that have been here, graduates who were here just a few months ago. some that have been several years." "it's a great chance to say hi again and see how much things have changed." the nicu at st. luke's cares for nearly 350 babies each year. staff told us this is one the events they look forward to each year. they said it's never easy treating sick little ones-- but seeing them happy and healthy is what getting into the medical field is all about. " 05:18:50 being in nicu is a stressful time. you never plan for it. so to know they're here and healthy, it's great one dairy in fayette county say that it was the only one producing yogurt in northeast iowa... now the cultured creations are filling cafeterias at dorms in eastern iowa -- and even used at o'hare in chicago. that
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meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with
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experienced its first snow of the season. a ski resort in the northern part of the state says it got at least 9 inches of snow. that was good news for any snowboarder s and skiiers wanting to enjoy the fresh powder. meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. we have another beautiful afternoon ahead of us, although it'll be far less breezy than it was yesterday. we'll have highs in the upper 50s with lots of sunshine. cloudiness increases tonight, though, with lows near 40. it'll be a far grayer day tomorrow as showers
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rain continues tomorrow night into wednesday, particularly during the morning, and it'll be windy during that time too. a few rumbles of thunder are possible. at this point, rainfall amounts of at solid bet, especially across the northern half of the state. temperatures will be wide-ranging, with the potential for highs struggling to hit 50 in northern iowa, but making 60 in southern iowa. dry weather
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high: 58 alo: 56 dbq: 57 iow: 59 tonight: increasing clouds. wind: e 5-10. low: 40 alo: 40 dbq: 39 iow: 41 tomorrow: showers developing in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 56 iow: 57 thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25. low: 49 alo: 46 dbq: 47 iow: 50 wednesday: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely, mostly in the morning. windy at times. high: 56 low: 49 thursday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 42 friday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 48 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 40 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 61 low: 39 monday: partly cloudy. high: 66 low: 45 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 35 thanks justin.
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line -- and the state of iowa. the bump in demand for greek yogurt has country view dairy supplying local colleges... and even o'hare airport. next day you're stuck on a 3-hour layover at o'hare, part of that $11 parfait
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this week's made in eastern iowa. the story of country view dairy -- just two miles northeast of fayette -- is one that runs hot and cold... " it just started out local between decorah, wu and ne iowa and between doing the farmers markets. " really... hot... and cold. "it's like a sauna in here. " the here in this location -- with a temperature pushing 110 degrees. and, a much more brisk... "this is close to 38 degrees. " the clock is relentless at country view -- from the product out back.. get the product out the door. "once the culture are added and the clock starts ticking, it's 6 hours to make it into yogurt. " bob howard, the marketing manager at country view dairy, took us through the process amid the company's consistent growth. "the reason we're looking at a record production this week is that we work with several public schools and colleges. we're also taking production and breaking into the wisconsin market. that happened this summer and, on top of our normal busy season, that turned into a
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moment -- the cafeterias at some of the colleges in iowa -- where students lap up yogurt. " 56 most of those bags of vanilla greek will go to chicago and go to o'hare. they make parfaits out of them." before the yogurt gets to cornell -- or wartburg -- or o'hare... the work of beating the clock -- and the miles is crucial. " 602 our yogurt is a little more sensitive to travel as it's all natural. we don't put any gelatin or preservatives in it. milk the cows in the morning, make the yogurt by the afternoon and in some cases
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ideas for our made in eastern iowa series. if you know of a business to feature, send me an email at chris.earl@kc rg.com ahead, we'll look at bullying at the origins -- why are struggling students often targeted at school? stay with kcrg-tv 9. we talk about the presence and
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this isn't just social. it's also academic. courtney axline from learning rx joins us to see who bullies target at school. why bullies target struggling kids october is national bullying prevention month and personal brain
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why bullies target struggling students-and some signs and symptoms to look for in your child why are kids with learning struggles common targets of bullying? these children can easily get caught in an endless cycle: they're bullied because their low self-esteem makes them easy targets, and their fear of being bullied can cause them to avoid school, participate less in class or develop an inability to concentrate. how do you know if your child is being bullied? barring no direct request for help, here are some signs and symptoms for: making excuses to avoid school " decreased appetite or sudden binging unexplained injuries or ripped clothing " difficulty sleeping returning from school without belongings " avoiding being alone what can parents do your approach can be three-pronged: end the bullying, address the learning disabilities, and build your child's confidence. 1. initiate a conversation with your child. try to listen more than you talk, then work together to find a
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don't assume your child wants you to talk to the parents of the bully .2. monitor your child's activities - especially online. there's a fine line between snooping and monitoring, and parents need to decide for themselves where that is. 3. enroll your child in cognitive skills training.cognitive training can target and train weak skills that are behind learning struggles. one form of cognitive training is personal brain training, which uses immediate feedback, intensity, to target and train core brain skills. effective brain training customizes programs based on the results of an initial cognitive skills assessment and uses exercises founded on years of clinical and scientific research. 4. teach your children to be more assertive.a bully's goal is generally to provoke a reaction from their victim. teaching a child to remain composed, firm, and assertive can be enough to deflate a bully's interest. 5. report the bullying to the school. this will be tricky if your child is worried that "tattling" will only make the bullying worse. but schools are getting better about implementing zero- tolerance policies to work against creating a culture of fear. getting the school involved validates your child's fears and demonstrates your support. courtney, thanks for being here. ming up tomorrow, our
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is the new sweet". stay with your 24 hour news
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midday. jury selection is underway today in the 2nd murder trial for a cedar rapids homeless man. prosecutors believe travis standlee killed homeless woman, sharon mead, while he was suspected for another murder. a judge already sentenced him in to 50 years in prison for the death of raymond ursino earlier
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sexual abuse charge for allegedly having sex with a 14 year old girl. the fayette county sheriff's office says 25-year-old niall lewis met the girl online. he faces a 3rd degree sexual abuse charge. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. we have another beautiful afternoon ahead of us, although it'll be far less breezy than it was yesterday. we'll have highs in the upper 50s with lots of sunshine. cloudiness increases tonight, though, with lows near 40. it'll be a far grayer day tomorrow as showers start to move in late in the afternoon and even into wednesday, particularly during the morning, and it'll be windy during that time too. a few rumbles of thunder are possible. at this point, rainfall amounts of at least a half-inch look like a solid bet, especially across the northern half of the state. temperatures will be wide-ranging, with the potential for highs struggling to hit 50 in northern iowa, but making 60 in southern iowa. dry weather returns for the end of the week and weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: ne 5-10. high: 58 alo: 56 dbq: 57 iow: 59 tonight: increasing clouds. wind: e 5-10. low: 40 alo: 40 dbq: 39 iow: 41 tomorrow: showers developing in the afternoon and evening. wind: se 10-20. high: 56 alo: 55 dbq: 56 iow: 57 tom. night: showers and a few thunderstorm s likely. windy. wind: se 15-25.
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? >> announcer: today, we're counting down to halloween with an hour of simple tricks and treats. carla's making a fall favorite with the fabulous padma lakshmi, michael and clinn have a delicious party treat, plus three easy halloween crafts. right now, on "the chew." ? [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, hello, hello. welcome to "the chew." thank you. thanks! we have officially hit our one week countdown to halloween!

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