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hillary clinton says it's no coincidence the fbi is reopening an investigation into her emails with only about a week until the election. and do negative ads work? the gazette's erin jordan weighs in on the debate over two different styles of campaigning. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 saturday morning news. joining us. we begin with first alert storm team meteorologis t britley ritz. a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed through temperatures will be back where they should be for this time of year. expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds
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will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44 dbq: 44 iow: 46 43 to 49 thanks britley. new this morning, a powerful earthquake overnight did a lot of damage in central italy. hit in the mountains about 2 hours north of rome. italian officials say the earthquake collapsed buildings in several cities. witnesses say that includes a cathedral dating back to the 14th century. today's earthquake comes just two months after another killed nearly 300 in the same area. officials say the earthquake in august may have actually saved lives today. that's because a lot of people are still evacuated and living in shelters in other parts of the country.
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of campaigning before election day. there's only nine days left before people head to the polls across the country. for hillary clinton, the last few days of her presidential campaign will likely focus on the fbi's decision to reopen an investigation into her private email server. the bureau announced the decision friday after investigating former former new york congressman anthony wiener's sexting scandal. mrs. clinton called friday's announcement both unusual and troubling. "it is pretty strange, it's like that out with such little information, right before an election. " republican nominee donald trump is trying to capitalize on the fbi's recent announcement . campaigning yesterday in colorado, trump said clinton's actions while secretary of state are exactly what he plans to fix in washington. "we must, and we will, save america. and that is why my contract with the american voter
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take our country back from the special interests and the donors. " an abc news tracking poll shows trump trailing clinton by about 2 percent. over the years, candidates running for president all the way down to the state house use different approaches to their campaign ads. we spoke with the gazette's erin jordan last week difference between going negative and staying positive. "there's a lot of studies showing that negative ads are actually the most effective. we don't always like them. they're not always appealing to watch, but they do stick with voters a way positive campaigns don't. " erin jordan goes in-depth on those political ads in this morning's gazette. you can also see our full interview with her, coming up in our 8 o'clock hour. a 12-year-old boy has died after
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des moines police say josef fuller died friday night at a hospital. investigators say he was crossing the street before 7 thursday morning when the car struck him. officials say it was dark at the time and have not said what else may have contributed to the incident. police have not filed any charges against the driver. waterloo police are looking for someone who hit a bicyclist and then drove off. officers were at franklin street and thompson avenue around 7:00 last night. down, but refused treatment from waterloo fire rescue. anyone who thinks they know the driver involved should contact waterloo police or cedar valley crime stoppers. an event this weekend helped two area organizations give better lives to animals. we'll show you how some adoptable dogs got the chance to show themselves off to
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possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed through temperatures will be back where they expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds will shift out of the south at roughly 15 to 25 mph. this will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44
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cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 70 alo: 67 dbq: 65 iow: 70 67 to 73 tom. night: partly cloudy turning mostly clear at times. wind: sw 5-15 low: 53 alo: 51 dbq: 54 iow: 54 50 to 56 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 70 low: 53 wednesday: chance of showers and a few storms. high: 67 low: 56 thursday: mostly sunny. high: 63 low: 47 65 low: 45 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 65 low: 43 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 64 low: 44 a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed through temperatures will be
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expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds will shift out of the south at roughly 15 to 25 mph. this will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. 43 to 49 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 70 alo: 67 dbq: 65 iow: 70 67 to 73 tom. night: partly cloudy turning mostly clear at times. wind: sw 5-15 low: 53 alo: 51 dbq: 54 iow: 54 50 to 56 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 70 low: 53 wednesday: chance of showers and a few storms. high: 67 low: 56
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thanks britley. it was bound to be the toughest game of the will have highlights from their matchup with defending national champion north dakota state coming up next in sports.
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the playoffs. tonight was a tough test versus 5-time defending national champion north dakota state. scott westerberg has the highlights. always a great battle when these two get together and this was another one of those games....bison up 7-3 late in the second quarter...east on stick on the play- action roll out...he throws back to his tight end jeff illies for the touchdown....14-3 ndsu... but with 2 seconds to go before the break, austin errthum drills his second field goal of the half....panthers pull within 8 heading to the third... ndsu
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waterloo native lance dunn got a majority of the carries...he finished the night with 118 yards on the ground... that run set up chase morlock from 8 yards out....bison in control up 21-6.... late in the third, eli dunne floats one to jaylin james for the touchdown....u ni makes it a 21-13 game... after ndsu kicks a field goal to make it 24-13, dunne throws his second td of the game...this one to briley moore....panthers trail by just 4... big....elijah campbell with the interception.... panthers still alive... but they just couldn't complete the comeback on offense....dunne's pass is tipped and picked off...his 4th interception of the game as ndsu hangs on for the 24-21 win. "there's frustration there. it's just more frustration for our players because they've battled, they've been in every position. we've played all top 15 teams, every time
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possession of every one of those football games." from the uni dome, scott westerberg tv9 sports. ... kansas state has been a thorn in iowa state's side lately. cyclones have lost eight straight and were hoping to end it today in their 100th meeting. john campbell has the highlights. it was matt campbell the first year coahc at iowa state taking on the wiley veteran bill snyder in his 25th y third play of the second quarter. jesse ertz, a mediapolis native thrown to to deante burton one handed catch in the south endzone. not a good first half for iowa state. perfect example, jacob park pitches one deep but trevor ryen drops a sure td pass. they trailed 17-3 at halftime buzzard luck became good luck on opening kickoff of second half. former hempstead prep, chris francis
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this week he called me into the coaches office and said are you ready to do it? i said, i'm good. i am ready to go. and the end result was the joel lanning lazer to deshante jones. 17-10 but the cats always had an answer. ertz picking big yardsge. he rushed for 106 yards, and then the give to winston dimel and it was back to a 14 point lead it is 31-10 early in the fourth when lanning calls his own number. he muscles in to cut the cat lead to 31-17. in the fourth the clones go exoctic: deshante jones on the stopped at the one. so first and goal from the one and they do not score. on 4th down park cannot connect with david montgomery you saw what happened on fourth down. that stinks. it was a bad pass by me. we had him wide open in the endzone. i made that pass a 100 times this week and didn't make it when it
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games. teh clone did squeeze out a late td on the pass to jones... but k state 31 isu 26 we gotta find a way to be better in terms for what we do to put our kdis in the best position to be successful. clones drop to 1-7. they host oklahoma thursday night. from ames, john campbell reporting josh ... coe hosting buena vista, this was on kcrg 9.2 ... and the kohawks strike on their first drive, gavin glenn swings it out to kennedy grad trevor heitland who sp runs it in for a touchdown... coe up 6-0 ... closing minute of the first quarter, glenn with another swingout... this time to center point- urbana grad brandon roseberry... 11-yard touchdown... coe up 20-0 ... 3rd quarter, play-action... glenn goes deep to a wide open demetrius harper... 37-yard score for the prairie grad and he gives a little dab... 34-0 coe ... it was a career day for roseberry... he rushed for 113 yards and three total touchdowns... kohawks win 48-7 and are the outright iowa conference
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... eastern iowa was represented well at the state cross country meet in fort dodge. scott saville has the highlights. perfect day for the start of the state xc meet and it made for some fast times. in the 4a girls race iowa city west teammates bailey nock and gabby skopec were running with the front pack most of the race until nock pulled away down the stretch to win in a time 18.06. skopec finished fourth. freshman ella popenhagen of kennedy finished 6th. best team finish ever was 2nd, city high was 3rd. to the 4a boys...sam schillinger of cedar falls and ryan murphy of linn mar were hanging with the leaders most of the race. schillinger finished 2nd and murphy 5th. cedar rapids prairie brought home their 4th straight state team trophy finishing 3rd. 3a girls center point freshman adrianna katcher made the most of
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18:27. sophia gilbert of benton community was fifth and the decorah girls were your 3a team champs. to the boys and marion juniors jeremy fopma and miles bock set the goal of going 1-2 when they were freshmen..and they got it done today with fopma finishing 1st in16:02. mount vernon with some great pack running trophy for the second year in arow in 3a. the 2a girls race. anna hostetler and marie hostetler of mid-prairie became the first sisters to finish 1-2 since the dinsdale sisters of north tama. anna with the blistering time of 17:57 takes home the gold. monticello finished second last year but they brought home the top prize
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prairie. 2a boys mason tyler of ap finished 5th without a runner in the top 15 won the title.. class 1a girls hanna hess edco was third.. jenna twait of hudson was fourth and central elkader was your team champ followed by hudson and pekin.. .. and in the 1a boys ryan millikin of pekin was fourth to help his team finish second. wyatt kelly of hudson was fifth.. from fort dodge scott saville tv 9 sports. ... a trip to state was on the line in high school girls swimming wi ... one of the sites was at linn-mar... we kick things off with the 200 freestyle... it's anna pfeiffer, the freshman from dubuque senior who wins in a time of 1:53.65... she also won the 100 free ... 100 butterfly... linn-mar's kelsey drake dominated this race from start to finish... she set the best time in the state of iowa two years ago... today, she breaks her own record with a time of 54.48 seconds ... let's go to the 500 freestyle... kassidy lovig of kennedy and karlie welbes of dubuque wahlert kept
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finishes first in 5:09.01, lovig right behind her ... 100 backstroke, another tight race between a wahlert and kennedy swimmer... this time, it's kennedy's jessica williams with the win in 57.90 seconds... bettendorf won the team title, kennedy 2nd and wahlert 3rd ... world series, game 4 between cleveland and the cubs ... and chicago strikes first in the bottom of the first... anthony rizzo muscles a base hit to right field... dexter fowler rounds third and scores... cubs up early, 1-0 top 2, carlos santana drills one to deep right and into the stands... solo home run... tie ball game ... top 3, cleveland up 2-1... francisco lindor lines a base hit to center scoring jason kipnis... the indians scored four more runs and win 7-2... cleveland now up 3-1 in the series, game 5 is tomorrow
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a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed should be for this time of year. expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds will shift out of the south at roughly 15 to 25 mph. this will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44 dbq: 44 iow: 46 43 to 49 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse
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67 to 73 tom. night: partly cloudy turning mostly clear at times. wind: sw 5-15 low: 53 alo: 51 dbq: 54 iow: 54 50 to 56 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 70 low: 53 wednesday: chance of showers and a few storms. high: 67 low: 56 thursday: mostly sunny. high: 63 low: 47 friday: partly cloudy. britley, yesterday you got the chance to dogs at an event called pups and ponies in lisbon. tell us, what was this all about? pups and ponies raised money for last hope animal rescue.
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hard to place animals in forever homes. a lot of those adoptable dogs were at the event for people to see and pet. samantha myers and i actually broadcast the event live on facebook with good morning america, meaning people across country were able to see those dogs that are up for adoption. thanks britley... an updated health center is open for business here in cedar rapids. the eastern iowa health center says its new resources are just the beginning for adding to its
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on october 30th. here is a live look at people in cedar rapids are waking up inside veterans memorial stadium this morning. we'll show you how its benefiting the homeless in linn county. and less than a week after hillary clinton stopped in iowa, her vice presidential nominee is
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from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 saturday morning news. but first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed back where they should be for this time of year. expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds will shift out of the south at roughly 15 to 25 mph. this will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44 dbq: 44 iow: 46 43 to 49
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waking up outdoors in cedar rapids. they're not camping, but instead are raising awareness about homelessness in linn county. area nonprofits estimate homelessness in linn county. more than 25-hundred are children, and help is still needed to make a difference. that's why for the 11th year in a row, you'll find people in cardboard shacks at vets memorial stadium in cedar rapids. tv9's phil reed takes us to sleep out for the homeless. members of the linn county veteran affairs say on any given night there are more than 400 homeless people in the county. this event hopes to raise awareness on the problem. people from all over came to spend the night at
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be like to be homeless. some set up tents to sleep in, while others built forts. they also got to learn more about shelters in the area. organizers say bringing more affordable housing to the area could help curb the homeless problem. " "most people can maintain a standard of living if only 30% of their income goes toward housing. but with the rent rates in our community a lot of people making minimum wage pay more than that for their rent and so it only takes one setback for the to be behind on their rent. " " the goal was to raise more than 15 thousand dollars during the event. that money will go to help the shelters in the area. in cedar rapids phil reed kcrg tv-9 news the hillary clinton campaign is working hard to win votes in iowa. less than a week after clinton campaigned in
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to the state. virginia senator tim kaine is scheduled to stop in dubuque on wednesday. the campaign says kaine is expected to talk about clinton's economic policy. clinton's campaign has not announced an exact time and location for the event. in the race for senate in iowa, the des moines register editorial board is endorsing chuck grassley. the newspaper made the announcement yesterday. the board says it picked the 6-term senator because of his willingness to work across the aisle. grassley is up against former quinnipiac university poll shows grassley with an 18 point lead. a newly renovated health center was the site of a special halloween themed open house saturday. eastern iowa health center held the event to celebrate the multi-million dollar renovations to its pediatric and family practice facility. families were able to trick or treat through the halls and view the renovated lobby and exam rooms. the center provides primary healthcare services to the community, regardless of
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served 40 thousand people last year. "36:20we picked up and moved six months ago, and then picked up and moved back two weeks ago, so it's a beautiful facility and we're grateful to be back home." this is just the start for eihc's growth. it's also opening a dental care facility, and an urgent care clinic next year. we are learning more about a pharmacy technician who allegedly stole opioids and watered officials say the technician stole fentanyl from 252 vials and replaced it with saline solution at iowa methodist medical center. the iowa board of pharmacy says the tech asked the board to cancel his registration. that means he would be no longer licensed to practice in the state. the board's executive director, andrew funk, says he can't say how long the tech was licensed in iowa. complaints against pharmacists are confidential unless it becomes necessary for
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situation such as this is very rare.as far as i know there's no public history, public documents that are against him" the dea is investigating this case and will turn it over to the us attorneys office to determine whether to file federal charges. officials says his name won't be released charges are filed. someone put up racist signs at iowa state university. and they're school's homecoming weekend. on friday, someone placed obscene images and derogatory language on homecoming signs across campus. this comes one day after someone placed about 20 racially-charged posters around i-s-u. many say the views don't represent the school or its student body. "i don't see why people would have to do that or feel the need to do stuff like that to bring people's spirits down. this is supposed to be a fun weekend." i-s-u police say they are
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investigations. last week, we reported on similar fliers found at the university of iowa. police say someone posted them last sunday and on october 10th. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine. that number is 319-265-9999. you can also email us at newsroom at kcrg dot com. strange sounds in the night, lights turning on by themselves, pictures falli some might think it's nothing more than a coincidence, others credit the paranormal. in the spirit of halloween, we talked with a local paranormal investigative group about what its seen. cedar rapids paranormal investigations says there's a big difference between its investigations and ghost hunting. the group takes a completely free, scientific approach to paranormal activity for anyone in eastern iowa. so, we asked them the question many have wondered.. "are ghosts real?" 54:35 "we don't come to a
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don't tell them everything is explainable naturally. we want to tell them the truth of what they've found." that answer, and a look at evidence of cases right here in eastern iowa, coming up tonight on the kcrg-tv9 news at 10. two days after a fire injured 20 people on a chicago airplane, investigators are busy figuring out a cause. the ntsb says there are still plenty of steps to take happened.
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us now with your
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a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed through temperatures will be back where they should be for this time of year. expect highs only topping out into the 50s.
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will shift out of the south at roughly 15 to 25 mph. this will allow for our temperatures to climb back into the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44 dbq: 44 iow: 46 43 to 49 tomorrow: partly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 70 alo: 67 dbq: 65 iow: 70 67 to 73 tom. night: p at times. wind: sw 5-15 low: 53 alo: 51 dbq: 54 iow: 54 50 to 56 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 70 low: 53 wednesday: chance of showers and a few storms. high: 67 low: 56 thursday: mostly sunny. high: 63 low: 47 friday: partly cloudy. high: 65 low: 45 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 65 low: 43
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monday: more sun than clouds. highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 40s. high: 62 low: 41
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the corner. with 9 days to go, the hillary clinton campaign is dealing with her private email server once again. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9.
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race for president, the hillary clinton campaign is once again dealing with her use of a private email server. which lead the fbi to reopen the investigation on friday. mary maloney reports. "the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately." in a letter sent to eight congressional committee chairmen, fbi director james comey said the bureau learned about e-mails that "appear to be pertinent to the investigation
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wrote: "i agreed that the fbi should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these e-mails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation." the fbi discovered the e-mails as agents investigated anthony weiner. the former congressman and estranged husband of top clinton aide huma abedin. he's being investigated for allegedly sexting with an underage girl. according to the fbi the e- mails are not from clinton herself. still little is known about what information the messages contain. hillary clinton/-d- presidet bureau explain this issue in question, whatever it is, without any delay. right now, your guess is as good as mine, and i don't think that's good enough." donald trump wasted no time and pounced donald trump/-r- presidential candidate: "this is bigger than watergate." donald trump/ -r- presidential candidate: "hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office." hillary
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going to continue to discuss what's at stake in this election because i believe that it's one of the most consequential elections ever." i'm mary moloney reporting. new this morning, a powerful earthquake overnight did a lot of damage in central italy. the 6 point 6 magnitude quake hit in the mountains about 2 hours north of rome. italian officials say the in several cities. witnesses say that includes a cathedral dating back to the 14th century. today's earthquake comes just two months after another killed nearly 300 people in the same area. officials say the earthquake in august may have actually saved lives today. that's because a lot of people are still evacuated and living in shelters in other parts of the country. this morning, iraqi forces are pushing isis fighters back inside of mosul. the
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state stronghold for about the last two weeks. civilians still living in the city are fleeing to the central part of the city as more isis fighters come in. some of the civilians appear to be forced into going to mosul. the united nations worries isis could use them as human shields. the islamic state has had control of mosul for the past two years. in new york, police are looking for a man who cut short an opera show at the met museum. they say he sprinkled some kind of powder into show. investigators say they may already have a good idea why he did it. "we have spoken to more than one witness who said they spoke to a individual out of town who indicated that he was here to sprinkle ashes of a friend, his mentor in opera, during the performance. so that is certainly an area that we are pursuing. " the opera will be back in business starting tomorrow.
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what caused a fire on an american airlines flight on friday. an ntsb officials says there's a list of things they'll be looking at. "we have a cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder back that will be read out back in dc. we also have parts from stage two disc, which will go back to washington dc, so we will have a methodical examination there. the right engine will withdraw from the aircraft and we will send that to a ge facility, in addition to the maintenance records review. those are the next big steps that we will be doing." takeoff friday, forcing the pilot to land. all 170 people on board managed to get off the plane. about 20 of them suffered minor injuries. it's win or go home tonight for the chicago cubs. the cleveland indians took a 3 games to 1 lead in the world series last night. indians 2nd baseman jason kipnis hit this home run in the 7th inning to seal the win for his team. for the cubs, star 2nd baseman kris bryant says chicago
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"you look at the first game we faced him, i think we had a lot more chases out of the zone with kluber and with miller too so yeah if we can continue to build off that , get them in the zone , it just makes hitting a lot easier " tonights game is back at wrigley starting at 7:15. we'll take another look at your first alert
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campaigning for presidential nominees hillary clinton and donald trump. both campaigns are focusing this week on the fbi's recent decision to reopen an investigation into clinton's use of a private email server. people in cedar rapids are waking up at veterans memorial stadium this morning to raise awareness about homelessness. it's the 11th annual sleep out homelessness affects about 5-thousand people in linn county. now, a final look at the forecast... a lingering drop of rain is possible early, otherwise we'll see mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies at times throughout the afternoon. now that the cold front has passed through temperatures will be back where they should be for this time of year. expect highs only topping out into the 50s. however a warm front will begin to lift and winds will shift out of the south
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the 70s for some on halloween. today: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10 high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 55 to 61 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 5-15 low: 46 alo: 44 dbq: 44 iow: 46 43 to 49 thanks for joining us this saturday morning. be sure to watch kcrg- tv9 coming up ay 8, right after good morning america
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good morning, america, new overnight. neck and neck. our latest abc news tracking poll showing hillary clinton's lead evaporating. now slamming fbi director james comey for announcing a review of newly discovered e-mails. >> it's unprecedented and it is deeply troubling. >> as donald trump ceases the >> hillary has nobody but herself to blame. >> the breaking news. an earthquake in italy. the third in just days. buildings destroyed. the moment this basilica toppled. nuns running for safety. the damage reports coming in and the fear of aftershocks. >> runway fire. passengers reliving their escape when this plane burst into flames on a chicago runway.

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