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and democrat hillary clinton questions the f-b-i as the agency begins to review emails related to her former aide. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at 10 . this has been a contentious election season. and that has led to some in eastern iowa finding people vandalizing, or even stealing, campaign signs outside their homes. and republican candidates have called us in recent weeks to express frustration about the signs. kcrg t-v nine's jordee kalk checked into this and joins us live from iowa city tonight. jordee, you talked with several people who have had their signs defaced or stolen? yes. the homeowner here used to have a trump sign in the front lawn. but after it was destroyed the
the second story of the home. 15:35, "it's just sad people can't respect other people charles heath was out of the country in mid-october when he received a call that the original trump sign was destroyed. 15:29, "actually tore it apart over a 3 night period then someone finished it off. heath contacted iowa city police right away. and says the case is ongoing. heath was able to get this new sign about a week after the incident. he hopes for vandals to reach. 15:48, "put it up on the house to protect it across johnson county, the sheriff's office says it's responded to four reports of missing signs. three of those were missing trump signs, one was clinton. and that case happened just last week in hills, iowa. "my husband came home from work and said all of the hillary signs are
clinton signs were missing out of her and her neighbor's yards. 2:19, "i dug up some old ones some that had blown in the wind i didn't replace all of them, but i did replace a lot of them anderson says she's nervous someone will steal these signs. so she developed a new strategy: 2:43, "we take them out at dark and back in the morning anderson says, so far, she hasn't had any issues with the new system. but she never expected to have to do this in her small town. 4:45 "everyone should have the right to put that sign in their yard no matter their political party affiliation and a reminder, it is a misdemeanor if someone gets caught stealing political signs. live in iowa city, jordee kalk, kcrg tv9 news. some local candidates have also had their campaign signs vandalized. more than two weeks ago, republican shannon lundgren reported someone damaged politic sin outide her restaurant in
a-b-c's lauren lyster reports. eight days to go and hillary clinton -- fighting the political firestorm now engulfing facing her campaign. sot hrc: "i'm sure a lot of you may be asking what this new email story is about and why in the world the fbi would decide to jump into an election with no evidence of wrongdoing with just days to go? that's a good question." making the case monday at one ohio rally, and then another... sot hrc:: "if they want to look at the emails of my staffer go ahe same decision they did last time.onmehelp from fam trail...pop icon cher in michigan sot cher: "i know that we we we question certain things about hillary... i love her." donald seizing on the renewed investigation into clinton'sema clinton crime spree ends on november 8th, it's gonna end on november 8th trump -- gloating over the new fbi inquiry, which stems from anthony weiner's emails in a separate investigation sot trump: "thank you, anthony weiner. inside
emails belonging to weiner's estranged wife - huma abedin - clinton's top aide. lauren lyster on camera: abc news learning trump will continue to hammer the email issue for the next seven days...and for clinton, tomorrow in ohio she'll get a burst of star power -- speaking at a campaign event -- president obama. lauren lauren, abc news, los angeles. iowa senator chuck grassley says f-b-i director left a lot more questions than answers. in a letter to comey today grassley said the vague disclosure is not fair to hillary clinton, congress, or the american people. he says people should know what evidence the f-b-i has discovered.
judiciary committee and has asked for a briefing from the f-b-i. let's turn to weather and meteorologist joe winters. a great night for people trick-or-treating? despite the breezy conditions, halloween proved to be a treat temperature-wise throughout the state. this mild trend is set to continue into our new month of november. with more sunshine, tuesday will be a few degrees warmer than today. shower and storm chances look likely for wednesday across the southern two thirds of the state, so you day for yard work. the early polls are in and are looking good for election day. have a spooktacular night. tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 back to you. a cedar rapids man is the third
smuggling case. today, a judge sentenced ali herz to more than 28 years in federal prison on firearms and money laundering charges. the judge said he was the organizer in the gun smuggling case. adam herz, has received a 20 year sentence on similar charges. and sarah zeaiter, got more than four years. bassem herz is still awaiting sentencing. authorities arrested the four after a series of rapids, including at midamar, in march of 20-15. authorities later found dozens of guns inside bobcat skid loaders in shipping containers that were headed for lebanon. this man faces up to 40 years in prison for sexually abusing a girl more than a decade ago in buchanan county. that's th waterloo- cedar falls courier. joshua jarrett pleaded guilty to second and third degree sexual abuse.
six years old, and continued to assault her over eight years. one of the owners of a waterloo store that a man tried to rob says he originally thought it was some kind of halloween prank. this is surveillance video from jim's food on sullivan avenue. a man in dark clothing and a face mask went into the store early saturday morning. police say he demanded money while pointing a gun at one of thew recounted what happened. " 49 .he said, "give me your money." ... 1:00 but i'm going t the cash register. i'm going to the opposite way. he say he thinks wrong, and he's gone. " again, no one was hurt in the robbery attempt. police have not mde anrt the iowa state patrol says a person was killed in a crash involving a mini-van and a semi on i-380.
center point and urbana exits. the patrol sa the minivent onto the right shoulder and veered left into the semi. the driver of the minivan died. the patrol has not released the driver's name. whenever you see news, give us a call on newsline nine - after alerting authorities. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also emails us at newsroom at kcrg dom. linn county might upgrade a railroad crossing following a fatal crash there. da discussed potential changes to where the canadian national railroad tracks cross arabian road. that's just south of alburnett. a pick-up crashed into a train at the intersection early this month. the crash killed the pick-up's driver. the iowa d-o-t is considring more changes for an intersection in rural benton county. it's where 55th street going west out of urbana intersects with highway 150. a crash there a year and a half ago killed five young people. now the d-o-t
million dollar project that would turn the highway 150 curve into a t-intersection. the mayor of urbana says the intersection is safe if people follow the rules. but others disagree. "i do not understand why they don't want to change it. i want the change. 1600 other people want the change. and if they want me to go through and get more petitions, i think i can get 2,000 people to sign it easily. " the d-o-t is holding a public input meeting at five o'clock wednesday evening at center point- urbana high school. governor branstad says the state will
be spending more money on privatized medicaid. but he says the system should still save iowans millions of dollars each year. stay with your 24-hour news source, kcrg-tv9. the state of iowa will be paying
companies that manage medicaid. the iowa department of human services says the state will pay about 33 million dollars more. it's unclear whether the d-h-s would take on those costs, or whether governor branstad would request extra funding from lawmakers. many democratic lawmakers have criticized the program. but governor branstad says the state will save about 110 million dollars this year from privatization. "people can want to play politics with this but i would
doing the whole trend in the whole country is to go to to managed care to try and control these costs and focus on improving people's health how you know sure they want to attack they've attacked this from the git-go byut the fact of the matter s they also love the savings. if we didn't have the $110 million in savings we wouldn't have the money to increase supplemental education." the state says additional money it had the increased costs of prescription drugs. dubuque schools are working with dubuque county public health to monitor the growing number of mumps cases in the district. 20 students and staff members have come down with the mumps since the start of the school year. the most recent cases were at fulton, prescott, and table mound elementary schools. the district is telling
day for yard work. the early polls are in and are looking good for election day. have a spooktacular night. tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers 5-10. low: 57 wednesday: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. high: 63 low: 57 thursday: sunny. high: 64 low: 47 friday: sunny. high: 65 low: 42 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 65 low: 44 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 45 monday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 44 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59
halloween proved to be a treat temperature-wise throughout the state. this mild trend is set to continue into our new month of november. with more sunshine, tuesday will be a few degrees warmer than today. shower and storm chances look likely for wn of the state, so you will need to pick a different day for yard work. the early polls are in and are looking good for election day. have a spooktacular night. tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy and
distinction. today, they received a medal of honor for saving a woman from a burning home. " i just think this is an opportunity to recognize what we do on a daily basis. i'm proud and honored that i was able to be here today but i think it really represents the whole department and what we do as a whole. " last november, a fire had trapped an elderly woman inside her home. some firefighters started working to put out the fire, while others
inside and took her to safety. a worker at a historic hotel in ottumwa is receiving recognition tonight for helping a guest during a fire. that fire started in a room on the fourth floor of the hotel ottumwa yesterday. the fire chief says the employee, trevor medina, kicked in the room's door and pulled out
a woman who was staying there. the woman went to the hospital for smoke inhalation. coming up next in sports, scott has tonight's golden klutz awards. and he has highlights from regiona your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. a trip to the state volleyball
regional finals in class 5a,4a, and 3a. lets start off in 5a where the 4th ranked linn-mar lions hosted pleasant valley... 2nd set, megan renner absolutely destroys the pv return to putt linn-mar up 8-2... and the student section had some cool costumes tonight... later in the set, carly spies splits the blockers, lions with a 10-2 lead... linn-mar was spreading the ball around tonight, emille mcgowan comes flying in with the kill... lions are going to state with the 3-0 win. at kennedy tonight the 6th ranked cougars entertained 11th ranked dowling...kennedy took the opening set and here in the second it's paige franck with the kill to tie things up at 23... --but dowling closes out the set 26-24 to even the match at one apiece.... --the cougars go back to franck in the third set and she hammers one to put kennedy in front by a point.... --but just too much from dowling as the maroons eliminate kennedy 3-1. down in iowa city..8th ranked west trying to keep their season alive against 9th
emma norris a key player for the women of troy. time after time she skied and smashed it home. west won the first set 25-23 defense also a big part of the west arsenal. check out the rejection by colby green. more good action at the net: emily halvorsen with the block as they won the second set 25-16 but bettendorf rallied to win the next two sets.... but the women of troy re- grouped. cailyn morgan scoring and west wins the fifth and deciding set 16-14. to class 4a third ranked marion hosted oskaloosa... more awesome costumes in the student section... first set, isabella sade can score in so many ways, here she's killing them softly... later, she comes right back with the heater, that puts marion up 8-4 and the student referees approve... still in the first set, setter caitlyn smith sees a hole in the middle of the defense and she takes advantage... marion is going back to the state tournament with the 3-0 shutout at xavier the saints trying to
9 athlete of the week charlotte richards was a killing machine again tonight.. and that had the gym rocken.. and she got plenty of help from ellie mcdermott with the rocket off the block and then the two team up for the double block and xavier is headed to the cell with the 3-0 sweep. class 3a mount vernon with the ace on match point swept davis county tonight advance to state... and congrats to union, dike new hartford, wahlert, hempstead, and cedar falls who and finally it's that time of the week time to get stupid and obnoxious with the golden klutz awards. hit it big jon! let's start off with lesson of the week never snap the ball unless the holder is looking another he's not even looking at the center. and i love it when those big ole lineman have a chance to score a touchdown. but sometimes they get too excited another look he gets tackled by the turf monster. but this lineman from northwest missouri state was
amazing interception return. and always keep your on the ball this pass vince's off the defenders back for the catch thank zebras make some pretty good tackles.. get out of the way another look he didn't wrap but he made the stop. and always be aware of the kicking net on the sidelines. it's like a big ole fishing it will gobble you up fast. and how bout michigan coach jim harbaugh he brought his glove to the world series just in case. craziest boxing match he knocks
his cornermen. and that was a much tougher fight. worst tee shot four. lookout incoming skud. and finally worst dunk of the week. he comes up just a little short good night thanks scott. one last look at the forecast, joe... despite the breezy conditions, halloween proved to be a treat temperature-wise throughout the state. this mild trend is set to continue into our new month of november. with more sunshine, tuesday will be a few degrees warmer than today. shower and storm chances look likely for wednesday across the southern two thirds of the state, so you will need to pick a different day for yard work. the early polls are in and are looking good for election day. have a spooktacular night. tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 thanks joe. thanks for joining us for kcrg-tv9 news at 10. we hope you'll be with us again tomorrow.
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