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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. now at 12 days left until election day -- more wikileaks documents are forcing the clinton campaign to react. abc's lana zak reports as hillary clinton and donald trump are working through the swing states. overnight,a new issue for the batch of hacked emails released by wikileaks, allegedly from one of bill clinton's longtime aides. abc news has not been able to validate the stolen documents that purport to show how donors to the clinton foundation were encouraged to hire former president bill clinton for lucrative speaking engagements, these efforts called "bill clinton inc". the us intelligence community has tied the wikileaks documents to russian government hackers trying to interfere in the election. in abc's exclusive interview with donald trump, george stephanopolo us asked him about that connection. george s: --u.s. intelligence agencies believe
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donald trump: i don't know if they're behinit. and i think it relations, frankly. do you know what does bother me? i have nothing to do with those-- george s: but you were even told by the-- donald trump: --george, george, let me explain some-- george s: --republican head of the homeland security-- donald trump: --let me explain something. george s: --mike mccaul, he said the same thing. donald trump: i don't know what he said. george s: he told you that he thought the russians were behind it. donald trump: hacking is very interest. determine who did what. okay? during that interview, trump also repeated his controversial remarks about the death of an american muslim military hero killed in iraq... "had if i were president at that time, captain khan would be alive today." khans's father, khizr khan called trump's comments cruel. sot khizr khan "there's no sincerity in those remarks" and with only days to go, hillary clinton will be joined onstage with the person many believe to her strongest advoca,first s ly getting thter... inton and trump separated now by just 6 points in the latest c news/washington post national poll. tag: clinton's campaign worried that their voters may stay home, but in an optimistic move, they announced her election night location in ny, standing literally under a
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nominee mike pence will campaign in fort dodge today. this is a live look at pence's event in omaha, nebraska which started at 10:30. the indiana governor is holding
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day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny sky and highs in the 60s, although a few sprinkles may fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly cloudy early in the afternoon with gradual, partial clearing. wind: w 5-10. high: 53 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 55 tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 dozens of people in northeast cedar rapids say they're not happy about a
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their area. they say they want the city to block construction. the project would be at 44-80 blairs ferry road - that's west milburn road, about a mile west of edgewood road. it would include 50 town home units. people who live in surrounding areas say high density housing is a problem for the area. a nearby homeowner says traffic is one of the biggest concerns. 23:44:06;02 "the proposal has one entrance into the development and there likely would be 100 cars plus with 50 units coming and going out of that property every day onto blairs ferry rd so the city council will talk about these concerns during its next meeting on november 15th. earlier this week, the cedar rapids city council rejected a plan to build apartments on edgewood road nw. the proposal called for 41 affordable housing units, including 5 for people battling homelessness. a half-million dollars for upgrades. the iowa department that processes unemployment checks will receive a $500,000 grant
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modernize outdated computer systems. the u-s department of labor says it is distributing more than $30 million in grants to 39 state agencies including iowa. the goal is to ensure system integrity and to improve efficiency. states can use the money to develop strategies to stop and detect improper payments to those who continue to claim benefits after returning to work. a des moines church has dropped a lawsuit against the state over an anti-discrimination of christ filed the suit because it didn't want to have those who are transgender use the bathroom of the gender they identify with. but the iowa civil rights commission says it's never enforced the law against churches. it is uncertain why they dropped the lawsuit. an iowa native is heading into space. peggy whitson - a mount ayr graduate - will take off on her third trip to the international space station starting on november 15th. whitson's will take off with two others -- one from russia and one from france. we had her on
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during their scheduled 5 months at the space station, the crew will be performing hundreds of research investigations and technology demonstratio ns not possible on earth. " it's going to be a very fun and exciting mission with lots of diverse and different science being done. " she will be the first woman to command the space station twice. she commanded the i-s-s in 2007. that little voice inside the heads of cubs fans kept popping up all throughout wednesday. "what if we don't win game 2?" cleveland'g victory was a statement... returning to cleveland for game 2 last night... frozen managers and all. cubs already up 1-0 in the top of the 3rd. chicago's kyle schwarber slaps a hit on a 3-0 count to center field. anthony rizzo trucks home. 2-0 chicago... a much better start for the cubbies. chicago starting pitcher jake arietta was "on point" as the kids like to say. tapping the top of the strike zone in the third inning. top of the 5th, the cubs crack the game open. ben zobrist, former royals world
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around the corner. rizzo scores from 1st and is need of some oxygen. zobrist gets a triple. we miss him in kansas city -- he's great in victory parades. chicago wins 5-1. the series is tied at 1... games 3, 4 and 5 are all in chicago -- starting tomorrow night. some scientists think they have found a way to speed up kidney donation. but it could mean the transmission of an infectious disease. and getting kids their vaccines meteorologist justin gehrts
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low clouds will persist for a while, but they should slowly break up as the afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny sky and highs in the 60s, although a few sprinkles may fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly cloudy early in the afternoon with gradual, partial clearing. wind: w 5-10.
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tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 alo: 74 dbq: 72 iow: 75 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 55 alo: 55 dbq: 54 iow: 56 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 55 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 61 low: 46 monday: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. high: 75 low: 49 64 low: 57 wednesday: slight chance of showers. high: 62 low: 45 thursday: chance of showers. high: 61 low: 44 friday: chance of showers. high: 60 low: 40 low clouds will persist for a while, but they should slowly break up as the afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the
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middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny sky and highs in the 60s, although a few sprinkles may fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly clo with gradual, partial clearing. wind: w 5-10. high: 53 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 55 tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 alo: 74 dbq: 72 iow: 75 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 55 alo: 55 dbq: 54 iow: 56
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the weather may be getting a little bit colder, but there's still time to enjoy an outdoor work-out! people in cedar rapids can now take advantage of an outdoor fitness zone at noelridge park. the city unveiled it yesterday. it features 7 exercise stations. some include balance steps plus stretching, pull-up, tai-chi, and push up equipment. "and this being one of the busiest parks in the city, uh, that uh this facility will get a tremendous amount of usage uh in this very uh important park in our city. " noelridge park also has a new pavilion, which is an open structure with two grills anyone can use. waiting for a kidney transplant can take anywhere form five years to a decade. but some people are jumping ahead in line, if they agree to an organ that will most likely infect
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the university of pennsylvania and johns hopkins university to test transplanting kidneys from deceased donors with hepatitis c into recipients who don't already have that virus. the transplant centers are treating these organs with new medications that promise to cure hepatitis c. if the research eventually pans out, hundreds more kidneys - and maybe some hearts and lungs, too - could be transplanted every year. if you want to know your risk of a heart attack, your child may have the answer. as a-b-c news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson reports, docto that looks for hereditary disorders. getting your kids their needed vaccines? not necessarily the most pleasant experience, but tremendously important. and now, a new study suggests a new approach to these visits that could be important not only for a child's health? but a parent's health as well. the key to this benefit? screening for a disorder known as familial hypercholesterolemia. it's a hereditary disorder that causes high levels of cholesterol? and it can increase
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showed that testing toddlers for this mutation at their routine vaccination visits could not only determine the risk of the condition in these kids? but also their parents. if the toddler screened positive, researchers tested their parents as well? allowing doctors, in efect, to kill two?or three?birds with one testing "stone". even though only a small portion of children tested positive? the cheap and easy approach led to appropriate treatment of their parents. and while this is not yet standard practice? it could one day be just another way that visit for a vaccine could save a life. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. trt 1.10 oc a little help becoming greener. a familiar face to iowa made announcement of grants going to these companies. and if you're looking for something to get you into the halloween spirit, there's plenty of events this weekend. we'll have a preview,
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businesses are getting a little help.. to become energy efficient.. or adopt renewable sources.. the u-s-d-a is trying to get more businesses to transition.. on tuesday.. u-s secretary of agriculture, tom vilsack announced three hundred million dollars to help out small busine says cutting energy waste is one of the best ways to help people save money and cut carbon pollution.. the 300 million will go to grants or loans to business across the state to help out switch to renewable energy or become more efficient. and that includes four local businesses in iowa.. totaling about three hundred 50 thousand dollars in grants.. iowa accounts for about one percent of the grants.. and one percent of the approved
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with an appeal refuting the class action lawsuit approved last month. the lawsuit from u-s farmers claims the syngenta corn brand agrisure viptera cost them billions when it was rejected by china with unapproved traits.. they want five billion dollars to cover the cost.. syngenta argues the lawsuit is built on fundamental errors.. one being u-s farmers were harvesting one of the largest corn crops in history at the time.. in a statement.. the seed company says they believe the class certification ii many different ways farmers grow and sell corn.. they add the agrisure viptera trait was commercialized in full compliance with regulatory and legal requirements. ---- the outlook is not so great on the cattle and hog markets.. even with a few bounces here and there.. but there are strong rallies at the close yesterday for beans and corn.. "i am long all of the grains. i am long the january soybeans from $9.88, my stop is at $9.68 we're at $10.16 up about $0.14, i just personally believe.." "that the harvest lows
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higher i think if we break $10.20 the bull market will continue. i'm also buying soy meal on the close today and i'm currently long corn and oats and wheat. i think these bullish trends are going to continue to move higher and if you look historically speaking, the month of october and november are generally the lows, and that's what i'm betting on again." "i'm not involved in cattle or hogs at this point, i think they could head a little higher, maybe $ producer and i'm hearing some horror stories out there. the cattle prices are too low and people are really struggling. if we get that rally, you got to sell. you've got to sell. this is just a kickback, it is not a change in direction. so i'm still bearish, i'm just not involved." "i'm out of hogs, the hogs are down 30, not much they've had about a 300 point rally off of the lows. still very bearish hogs. just looking at an entry point to get short but very bearish. i'm certainly not recommending any bullish positions in the meats." ---- the best time for the u-s
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december.. according to the federal reserve bank of san francisco president john williams.. he expects there to be one rate increase this year.. and says the two policy gathering meetings left this year set by the federal open market committee would be the best times. ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard while the part of the dakota access pipeline is set to go into her farmfield, a calhoun county farmer is looking at the bigger picture. shirley gerjets is getting help from bold iowa,which has set up the farmer defense camp in her yard. they are preparing to camp there as long as possible to get their voices heard. the group is concerned with the consequences of a leaking pipeline. they say that will lead quite a few problems, including compromised water
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never get oil through it..we are hoping somewhere along the line somebody is going to wake up and say we dont need this " gerjets says they will do nothing illegal and she is against the the acts of vandalism on the pipeline. trick or treating hours are set for monday in what should be a wonderful evening to go out... yet, even starting tonight, some halloween related events in central city at the linn county fairgrounds. through the week's best bets. from a halloween scare for the
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chong. yes... cheech and chong. the gazette's diana nollen is here with the weekend's best bets... quite an eclectic mix is approaching for arts, entertainment and halloween festivities. let's talk hoopla's best bets, since yu hankewich come in to talk about wicked divas.best bets oct 27 2016 circle of ash today to monday, oct. 27 to 31 after a brief hiatus, circle of ash is back, ready to scare the yell out of you through halloween. every night is the scariest night of the year at this little shop of horrors set up at the linn county fairgrounds in central city. the attractions happen both indoors and out, so dress to ward off the chill of the thrills, and any mud underfoot. or is it mud? bwaaaah. we'll never tell. the brave can explore a haunted house, frightmare forest, pandemonium maze, crow
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additional fee, a "go alone" coffin ride, elevator ride, an underground site beneath crow creek and a halloween homicide ripe for solving. circle of ash 8 to 10 p.m. today , sunday and monday , 8 to midnight friday and saturday , linn county fairgrounds, central city; $20 to $50, gate or circleofash.c om https: cheech and chong friday and saturday, oct. 28 and 29 counterculture icons cheech and chong didn't go up in smoke. after 25 years apart, they reunited in 2009 and are bringing their irreveret shows. this latest joint venture is their "light up america & canada" tour, joined by tommy chong's wife, shelby. los angeles native richard "cheech" marin met tommy chong in canada. together, they dominated the '70s comedy scene, charting six gold albums. they lit up big screens together in eight movies, and have had extensive solo success in film and tv, as well. cheech and chong 8 p.m. friday and saturday , riverside casino event center, 3184 highway 22; $35 to $65, casino gift shop or riversidecasinoandresort.c om http: hancher: maya beiser today, oct.
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always been about breaking and blurring boundaries, from her years with bang on a can all-stars to her commissioned solo work. raised in the galilee mountains in israel, she was surrounded by the music and rituals of jews, muslims and christians, while studying classical cello. her focus is reinventing solo cello performance in the mainstream classical arena. at hancher, beiser will perform two pieces by pulitzer prize winner and university of iowa graduate david lang: "the day" and "world to come," companion pieces enhanced by electronics, projections and stories. the political jousting was out last night in the only first district debate. incumbent rod blum and challenger monica vernon attacked each other on flood funding and raising retirement among other things. and dozens of women are coming forward accusing a wisconsin college student of
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updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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midday. cloudy day for anyone heading outside on their lunch break. this is a live look over our cedar rapids north city cam. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast. justin, how long is this
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low clouds will persist for a while, but they should slowly break up as the afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly cloudy early in the afternoon with gradual, partial clearing. wind: w 5-10. high: 53 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 55 tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 two powerful earthquakes hit italy overnight, just hours apart. the location was just about 50 miles north of the area where a quake killed nearly 300 people in august. a-b-c's jennifer
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overnight - central italy rocked by two powerful earthquakes -- toppling buildings. the first quake five point five magnitude - then just two hours later - a more powerful six point one. nats debris falling terrified residents running into the streets - over 60 aftershocks throughout the night. nats several buildings collapsing in the town of camerino rescue teams working around the clock searching for anyone who may still be trapped.huge 15th centrury church caught collapsing into rubble --- already weakened by the 6.2 earthquake in late august in the same region that killed nearly 300 people. daylight brought the first assesments... extensive damage across the picturesque and mountainous terrain.... schools are closed throughout the quake zone... and some residents have been moved to shelters. several people suffered from light injuries but, so far officials
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quake---just 12 miles from here-- lives were saved ---because people were already out of their homes when the second, much stronger tremor hit. jennifer eccleston abc news one person has died and 12 people and firefighters are injured after an overnight fire at a 5-story manhattan apartment building the fire started before 3:30 a-m in a building flames quickly spread throughout the building and, at one point, were shooting out the roof, sending burning embers onto nearby buildings. the fire is now out, but firefighters remain on scene putting out hot spots. some students at the university of wisconsin-madison are rattled as officers say a "student on trial for sexual assault kept a journal of entries on how he wanted to assault women. alec cook is 20 and goes to university of wisconsin - madison. he is charged with the sexual assault of one fellow
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forward, dozens of other women have also come forward with information on cook. police say cook drugged at least one of the women. he could now face more charges. " "just how many people have felt uncomfortable in mr. cook's presence, it's been...it's been disturbing." " back to that journal, police say each entry detailed how cook met each woman and what he liked about her. then, they say he wrote disturbing details der in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. this man has pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute synthetic drugs. hadi sharairi owned a head shop in iowa city called zombies. prosecutors say in 2014, he sold synthetic drugs under different names, including "bizzaro" and "super nova." he faces up to 20 years in prison. a former pharmacy technician is accused of watering down opioid prescriptions of hundreds of patients at a hospital in des moines. it happened between august 26th and october
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the hospital says more than 730 patients received watered-down drugs. it says the pharmacy tech used a syringe to replace the painkiller, fentanyl, with saline in vials. so instead of fentanyl, many patients got nothing more than salt water. the hospital is now offering free h-i-v tests for affected patients, although the hospital says it doesn't believe there was any risk of infection. " we were shocked, we were saddened by that. our goal here is to have the best outcome every time. and so, we have caregivers, phys nurses. all committed to that vision that our mission for caring for patients in our community. so when something like this happens, it really reverberates through the organization." the hospital says it expects prosecutors to file federal charges against the former pharmacy tech. from flood mitigation to the iran nuclear deal, candidates for iowa's first congressiona l district talked tough with
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saunders shows us, republican rod blum and democrat monica vernon made the most of last night's first and only debate - seen on kcrg 9.2 -- trading shots from the start. vernon and blum each fired a few shots at one another from their podiums, wednesday night. first blood went to vernon who claimed blum was playing the blame game in d-c when it came to federal funding for cedar rapids' flood hard working people out here, it just sounds like a lot of finger pointing." blum shot back reminding the audience how long it took for federal dollars to get approval, pointing a finger at vernon. "it took you monica vernon and the city council six years. that's not exactly overnight."
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supported a medicare voucher program and raising the retirement age to 70. "those were votes. you voted to do those things. i think those are moves that would be very, very destructive." blum said vernon was stretching the truth. that the vote was for a budget bill, which are often full of thousands of ideas, not necessarily policy. "they're not legislation. they're not laws. they are not now on the attack, blum hit vernon on her support of the iran nuclear agreement. he called it was a head scratcher that would allow the middle eastern country to become a nuclear power. vernon called it progress. "it's gotten inspectors in there. there's concrete in the core of that reactor. there's been more communication. it's slowed down things." finally, vernon called out blum for his continued support of donald trump. she said blum's endorsement of trump was telling. "this is a guy who has disparaged nearly every ethnic group, every religious group. he's been a sexual predator toward women." blum, turned things around. "he's a crude new york city guy." "i'll say as an aside, most
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is a pathological liar. both of them have personality flaws." polls have shown blum slipping into a dead heat with his opponent. what was once a double digit lead, has dwindled to a one point deficit for the first-term congressman, according to gba startegies. they point to trump for blum's slump. in cedar rapids, forrest saunders, kcrg-tv9 news. congressman rod blum is sticking around cedar rapids today. he's hosting the "women in business forum and showcase" at the downtown library until two this afternoon. the event will focus on finding solutions and raising awareness about issues iowa women in business face. blum will join cedar rapids mayor ron corbett for the grand opening of the eastern iowa health center. a nearly two million dollar renovation. the health center provides pediatric and family medicine care. it currently serves 40- thousand low-income patients a year. there will be an open house this saturday for the public to come see the new building. republican presidential candidate donald trump won't commit to working with hillary clinton if she's elected president. h " i'll make that decision at the right time. i mean, don't worry about it. i'll make the decision at the right time. but we have a rigged system. . look at what they're saying, "
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that "whatever happens, we need to work together afterward." but the former secretary of state sidestepped a question yesterday about whether she will meet 1- on-1 with rival trump after the november election. she told journalists that she will reach out to republicans and independents and "the elected leadership of the congress." and both presidential candidates will be in cedar rapids on friday. democrat hillary clinton will hold an event outside on the newbo city market courtyard at 1:15 p-m. she will campaign in des moines and republican donald trump will bring his campaign to the mcgrath amphitheatre. that event begins at 7 p-m on friday. des moines police say they are now following several leads in the shooting that critically injured a 14-year-old boy. yore jieng is still in the hospital after someone shot him in the head. the boy's pastor says this is a time to reach out to young people about stopping violence. every wednesday, jieng attended a youth outreach program at zion lutheran church in des moines. the church's youth pastor says he is on a ventilator and in serious condition after monday night's
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incident makes younger people understand the consequences of violence. "i believe it's going to be students like you that get tired of the violence! get tired of going to funerals! how many young people have to die before some of us get a clue that we need to wake up " police say they don't know if the shooter targeted jieng. a decrease in staff is forcing the dubuque county jail to temporarily close its juvenile detention center. according to our coverage partner k-d-t-h, that authorities say the training process to shift part-time employees into full-time is taking longer than expected. they hope to reopen in the spring. juvenile offenders will be transferred to facilities in waterloo or des moines. it can sometimes feel almost impossible to get your kids to eat fruits and vegetables. while most kids grow out it, there is a small chance they may not. that can lead to people who go their whole lives omitting entire food groups from teir diet. more extreme cases could
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"10:03:35;13 people come in for treatment there is a clinically significant distress as what is suggested by cutting out those groups because vitamin-wise, mineral-wise bloodwork looks like there's a problem there can also be dehydration, there can also be malnourishment. tonight at 6, kcrg-tv9's samantha myers looks at picky eaters and the dangers - short and long-term - that can come from it. mariah carey is canceling some of the shows on her tour. to experience the group through virtual reality. meteorologist justin gehrts
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first alert forecast. stay with tv9. low clouds will persist for a while, but they afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny sky and highs in the 60s, although a few sprinkles may fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly cloudy early in the afternoon
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high: 53 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 55 tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 alo: 74 dbq: 72 iow: 75 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 55 alo: 55 dbq: 54 iow: 56 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 68 low: 55 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 61 low: 46 monday: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. high: 75 low: 49 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 64 low: 57 showers. high: 62 low: 45 thursday: chance of showers. high: 61 low: 44 friday: chance of showers. high: 60 low: 40 thanks justin. low clouds will persist for a while, but they should slowly break up as the afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy
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weekend with a partly sunny sky and highs in the 60s, although a few sprinkles may fall saturday night. october will end on a warm note with 70s on halloween.today: mostly cloudy early in the afternoon with gradual, partial clearing. wind: w 5-10. high: 53 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 55 tonight: mostly clear. wind: s 5-10. low: 45 alo: 44 dbq: 43 iow: 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. wind: s 15-25. high: 74 alo: 74 dbq: 72 iow: 75 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 55 alo: 55 high: 68 low: 55 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 61 low: 46 monday: partly cloudy. breezy and milder. high: 75 low: 49 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 64 low: 57 wednesday: slight chance of showers. high: 62 low: 45 thursday: chance of showers. high: 61 low: 44 friday: chance of showers. high: 60 low: 40
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winning a nobel prize has some swedish academy officials upset. and the creator of mad men is developing a new show. abc's jason nathanson has today's showbiz wrap. mariah carey says she's devastated that she had to cancel a bunch of shows in south america.... she won't be playing chile, argentina or brazil as planned. promoters
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lambs and will try to get there soon.... fans of abba will get to experience this swedish hitmakers in a brand new way. the group is reuniting for what's being called a new digital experience. we don't know much, except that it'll involve technology, perhaps virtual reality. expect full details next year. the four original abba members haven't officially performed together since they split over 30 years ago. bob dylan's non-reaction to winning the nobel prize for literature isn't going over well. one of the swedish academy officials who bestowed the prize, per wastberg tells svt dy contact him, and says dylan's quote reaction so far has been rude and arrogant. no word if dylan will show up at the nobel ceremony to cept the honor in cember. theuy behind one of thet critically acclaimed shows of the past decade is coming back to tv. mam creator matthewiner ch, cept that it'll be an anthology series, which takes place around thworld. nor, c news, los angeles. changes are on the way for 2017
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security, adjusted tax brackets and income limitations for next year. our financial expert will take us through what's new... to stay on the right side of the tax forms... stay with kcrg-tv 9.
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to look at their w-2s to see income and taxes paid... yet changes on brackets are coming. tory meiborg from world trend financial joins us with some changes coming up on tax and income information. tori, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, our final
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to look at their w-2s to see income and taxes
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meiborg from world trend financial joins us with some changes coming up on tax and income information. tori, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, our final
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bring us a bulb question -- or anything else for the outdoors.
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midday. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is defending new documents wikileaks recently released. the stolen
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clinton's aides encouraging donors to the clinton foundation to hire the former president for lucrative speaking engagements. iowa native peggy whitson will take off on her third trip to the international space station starting on november 15th. her and two others will spend five months there. they'll be performing hundreds of research investigations and technology demonstratio ns not possible on earth. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. while, but they should slowly break up as the afternoon goes on. since we won't see a lot of sun for much of the day, though, highs will make only the lower to middle 50s. we'll dip into the middle 40s tonight. tomorrow is going to be much milder with highs in the middle 70s. it'll be breezy with a partly sunny sky. nice weather continues this weekend with a partly sunny sky and
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? announcer: today, you screamed "help my halloween," so "the chew" crew is here to save the day. michael's in the kitchen with the barefoot contessa, ina garten. clinton's giving you spooky solutions to halloween headaches. and carla's revealing her perfect pumpkin secrets. get ready to have a hauntingly good time, right now, on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] ? >> good afternoon and welcome to "the chew." [ cheers ] thank you. i've got a frightening fact -- there's only four more days until halloween. [ cheers and applause ] [ scream ]

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