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from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. officers had to pull one of their own out of a car, after a crash near coe college this morning. more than a year after a crash killed 5 young people outside of urbana, a difference of opinion on whether the intersection is dangerous. back in politics. patty judge says she decided to run against senator hearings for a supreme court nominee. good tuesday morning! it's 5 o'clock on november 1st. here's a live look at the
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has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a very warm start to november! we do have some fog to deal with for the first few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by the time everything is all through late on wednesday. from thursday through early next week, dry c generally in the mid-60s and lows in the lower to middle 40s. this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good day!today: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 60 tom. night: gradual clearing. wind: n 5-15. low: 44 thanks kaj. what began as a traffic stop, ended with cedar rapids crews having to removing a pinned police
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tv9 is continuing to working with police to find out how that officer is doing. we now go to kcrg-tv nine's brea love who is near that crash. brea, this is close to coe college? chris and nicole, currently i'm here at the corner of 1st avenue northeast and 12th street southeast. police have told us this started out as a traffic stop. police confirmed to tv-9 that kcrg-tv9's crew on scene saw a police vehicle pinned forcing a.m. there was also a car that crashed into several other vehicles in a parking lot about 1000 feet from the police vehicle. police also tell us that a person had a minor injury following a collision with a train this morning. patty weiland sent us this picture. police
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bowling street south west. police say a single car was involved. tv9 has also confirmed a vehicle crashed on crew on scene say an s-u-v hit a power box and knocked out power to surrounding areas. we're working to get more details on all of these crashes. live from cedar rapids, brea love kcrg tv9 news. we're taking a close look this
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race. patty judge has a lengthy political resume. she served as iowa's lieutenant governor, the state's secretary of agriculture and also spent time in the iowa senate. as kcrg tv9's dave franzman reports, she decided to get back into politics because of an issue with another "judge." patty judge, hit event in dubuque, says he was happy out of politics after losing a second term as governor chet culver's running mate in 2010. but something happened to change her mind. she saw senator chuck grassley's refusal to hold hearings on supreme court
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bi-partisan cooperation as he once was. "his statement this was being done for us so we could vote and almost a year out from a presidential election that was just so disturbing to me." judge says the decision by republicans, and grassley as judiciary committee chair, was a refusal to do what voters elected them to do. she thought it was an issue that would strike a chord with iowa voters. judge, during the farm crisis years of the early 1980's, worked as a federal mediator settling disputes between farmers and lenders. she wonders if that experience wouldn't serve the state well now. "we've got to get back to at least talking to each other a that's where the skills of a mediator come into play. as a mediator you learn to actively listen and weigh facts and weight what's in front of you before you make decisions." judge says if elected she'd like to serve on the senate ag committee where her family background would come into play. again that was kcrg tv9's dave franzman. judge says she knows some recent polls show her 17 or 18 points behind incumbent grassley. but she's not ready to say it's
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and tonight at 6, we'll take a look at judge's challenger, republican chuck grassley, as he goes for a 7th term in the senate. republican presidential nominee donald trump is using the last few election days to attack hillary clinton over her private email server. speaking in michigan yesterday, trump says the former secretary of state broke the law continually. he claims that she lied to the fbi and destroyed evidence on her phone and in emails. "hillary clinton's corruption is a threat to democracy and democracy is to get out and vote by the millions. " currently, mrs. clinton has not been charged with any wrongdoing. the f-b-i chose not to recommend charges this summer over her use of a private email sever while she was secretary of state. but it is now looking at emails found on the computer of anthony weiner, the estranged husband of a top clinton
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dispell any concerns about the new email investigation while on campaign trail. clinton's campaign is upset f-b-i director james comey notified lawmakers of the investigation without explaining what exactly the bureau is looking for. the democratic nominee assured her supporters in cincinnati she's got nothing to fear. " i've been fighting for families and underdogs my entire life and i'm not stopping now " accusing comey of potentially affecting the election, something federal employees are not allowed to do. as the presidential polls in iowa show the race tied - or close to it - expect more campaigning in our state over the next 7 days. former president bill clinton will be in waterloo, des moines and sioux city tomorrow. the campaign hasn't announced the times and specific locations where those events will take place. vice presidential candidate tim kaine will be in dubuque and des moines, also on wednesday.
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tomorrow. vermont senator bernie sanders will also make a stop iowa at some point before november 8th. it's part of a 12 state tour to campaign for hillary clinton. he hasn't said where or when he will be here. the iowa d-o-t is considering more changes for an intersection in rural benton county. it's where 55th street going west out of urbana connects with highway 150. a crash there in 2015 killed 5 young people. people about a $2 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 some 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
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input meeting at 5 p-m tomorrow at center point- urbana high school. kids and families collected a lot of candy for halloween. and today, they have a chance to give some of it to our service men and women. cedar rapids smile center is accepting candy at its office tonight and, in return, giving back cash. it's for operation gratitude, an initiative sending candy to soldiers. for every pound donated at the event tonight, guests will receive 1 dollar. that up to 5 pounds. can be oral hygiene products like mouthwash or a tooth brush as well. all of it will be collected and put into individual care packages for troops abroad. doctors at the center say it's a great way to show troops some appreciation. "25:27count your loot, see what you have, and if there's anything you can spare. both as a little gobble or ghost, or an adult that just doesn't want to have any of that candy around we'd be happy to take it."
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runs until 6 at the cedar rapids smile center. iowa is looking pay more to the insurance companies managing the state's medicaid. now the state is attempting to figure out where the nearly 33 million dollars will come from. plan on a very warm start to
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few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is l the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday
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the time everything is all through late on wednesday. from thursday through early next week, dry conditions are anticipated with highs generally in the mid-60s and this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good day! today: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72
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ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 60 tom. night: gradual clearing. wind: n 5-15. low: 44
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money to the three private insurance 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 state says additional money it had to spend is partly because of the increased costs of prescription drugs. farm lakes across the u-s are having problems with nutrients. in today's agribusiness report, iowa state university has created floating islands, in an effort to curb that problem. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning!
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report, i'm david geiger. ---- farm lakes across the u-s have problems with nutrients... with all the agricultural land around them.. it's pretty normal to have surface and ground water push phosphorus or nitrogen from the soil into the lake.. ---- vegetated floating islands are a part of a project designed to clean up the water.. in spring of 2015.. ow planted flowers and perennials into a wire mesh designed to let roots grow through.. then set plant islands off floating into lake lavern. the idea is those roots.. when fully formed.. will dredge the lake for excess nutrients.. then last fall.. researchers pulled them out.. all grown up.. and harvested the plant matter.. on this island they pulled it apart stitch by stitch trying to get every shred of root... in total.. three islands had about 11 pounds of dry weight.. they took the harvest to a limnologist.. who identified all the elements.. after about a year.. the results are in.. "the floating islands
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expect them to remove based on the types of plants that we used and the sizes of them. and what that tells us is this particular best management practice is a really good fit for iowa ponds and small lakes." this project is a proof of concept.. to see how these islands perform in the there was an 80 percent reduction in phosphorus.. and a 70 percent reduction in nitrogen. data-wise the islands were mostly the same but they grew better than research claimed.. "based on other peoples data, the root systems of these plants were only supposed to grow like the first year you're only supposed to get about a foot of depth below the islands. and we had massive root growth. there were two or three feet hanging below the islands when
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difference is normally the plants need two years to become effective.. this project only had about 5 months on the lake.. "so the fact that we had to remove them was a problem in terms of their long term status and their actual performance so that would be the next logical step is to find a location to test these where we can leave them permanently or semi- permanently." that next step also includes a look at what plants would be best.. iowa good looking plants.. rather than species that are most effective.. like cattails.. stewart says they wanted to use iowa native plants.. and found 18 varieties.. but there's not enough research on plants that are good at getting rid of nutrients.. and they had to risk it on six iowa varieties.. but the results were surprising. "we still got, the same. our data was basically exactly the same for how many nutrients they were able to pull out en mass as to other studies that had used plants that had specifically known uptake rates. so even
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results. which is very promising." the i-s-u team drafted a technical guideline of the project for the national resource conservation service.. stewart says that's also promising.. "it's going through the process, so that farmers will be able to use this and get rebates or paid in order to implement these on their land, which is a fantastic outcome." ---- in the report and technical guidelines there are instructions that show how to make an island.. each one costs about 15 hundred dollars.. steward says they tried to wagner adds you could make one on you own.. and in the future.. she would like to see these islands tested in iowa drainage ditches.. even though there are challenges with water flow and anchoring.. she says there have been positive results in other studies. the vegetative floating islands was a part of a 40 thousand dollar grant by the watershed improvement review board.. and partly matched by iowa state university.. trt oc: standard agility, speed, and timing. these are the skills
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means you're just going nowhere fast. more flops and fails in
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few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by the time everything is all through late on wednesday. from thursday through early next week, dry conditions are anticipated with highs generally in the mid-60s and lows in the lower to middle 40s. this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good day!today: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20.
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n 5-15. low: 44 there's no denying athleticism plays a part on field, court and track. while you can posess all the needed physical attributes, as we see in today's golden klutz, you still need focus. let's start off with lesson of the week never snap the ball unless the holder is 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 able to finish then amazing interception return. and always keep your on the ball this pass vince's off the defenders back for the catch thank you very much. and sometimes the zebras make some pretty good tackles..
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but he made the stop. and always be aware of the kicking net on the sidelines. 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 out his opponent and then gets into fight with 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
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cedar rapids police had a busy overnight responding to three separate incidents. tv-9's brea love is at one scene near coe college where a police officer was trapped inside his vehicle after a crash. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's
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early morning news. cedar rapids police are investigating a chase and crash near coe college. i'll have more details in a live report. stolen or vandalized political
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one man decided to change his game plan to keep his signs safe. police have arrested a man across state lines for killing his girlfriend and her daughter in iowa. another man remains in critical condition. good tuesday morning! it's 530 on november 1st. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a very warm start to november! we do have some fog to deal with for the first few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by
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thrgearly xt week, dry conditios generally it d-60s and lows in the lower to middle 40s. this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 60 tom. night: gradual clearing. wind: n 5-15. low: 44 thanks kaj. crews in cedar rapids had to pull a police officer this morning. they say the officer crashed in what started as a traffic stop. we're working this morning to get more information on what led up to the crash. kcrg-tv nine's brea love is live close to where this happened on coe college campus. brea, what do you see out there this morning? chris and nicole, we have received three reports of crashes early this morning. currently i'm here at the corner of 1st avenue northeast and 12th street
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out as a traffic stop. police confirmed to tv-9 that kcrg-tv9's crew on scene saw a police vehicle pinned forcing crews to extract the officer inside at about 2:15 a.m. there was also a car that crashed into several other vehicles in a parking lot about 1000 feet from the police vehicle. police also tell us that a person had a minor injury following a collision with a train this morning. patty weiland sent us this picture. police bowling street south west. police say a single car was involved. tv9 has also confirmed a vehicle crashed on 4400 1st avenue south west. our crew on scene say an s-u-v hit a power box and knocked out power to
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versus tree accident on 4400 1st avenue south west. we're working to get more details on all of these crashes. live from cedar rapids, brea love kcrg tv9 news. bubbling over into some iowans yards. authorities say it's becoming common for people to vandalize or steal campaign signs. kcrg tv9's jordee kalk spoke to a iowa city homeowner who had to adjust how he showed his support. jordee: the homeowner here had his original donald trump sign destroyed in mid-october. so he recently put up this new trump sign on the second floor of the building in hopes this will make it harder for vandals to reach. charles heath says he
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officers there are still handling the case. heath says he's concerned about the lack of respect in this election season. he says its okay for people to disagree, just not to the level where someone would deface public property. health says especially because political signs directly correlate to freedom of speech. 16:23, "it comes back to respecting people and the constitution and obeying what it says jordee: officials say they've received multiple reports of stolen and defaced political signs this month alone. officers say this happens to both epublicans and democrats. in iowa city, jordee kalk, kcrg tv9 news. across johnson county, the sheriff's office says it has responded to four reports of missing signs. three of those were missing donald trump signs, one was for hillary clinton. we are learning more this morning about the two people killed in a town near des
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a mother and her 14-year- old daughter dead in their perry home. police say believe a man beat lourdes flor de leak and her daughter melany barraza to death on saturday. authorities arrested 24- year-old carlos hernandez-ventura in illinois. they say he's leak's boyfriend. friends of barraza, a high school freshman, remember her caring spirit. "she was really a nice person. she was always there for everyone. and really like a loving person. she had a great personality " police also found a 78- year-old man beaten in the house. he's in critical condition. neighbors say he owned the house and was renting it to the mother and daughter. today, staff, students, and people living in iowa city will remember those who died from a shooting on the university of iowa campus 25 years ago. on november first, 1991, former graduate student, gang lu, shot and killed five people. he killed three physics professors and a
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then, at jessup hall, he shot and killed a university vice president and critically wounded a student. he then shot and killed himself. he reportedly had been angry because he had not won a prize for his physics dissertation. today's ceremony starts at 4:30 this afternoon on the north side of the old capitol building between jessup and macbride halls. the university's executive vice president and provost will speak first and then a representativ e from the physics and astronomy department. u-i will eventually place a permanent memorial on the north sido in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. the cedar rapids city council is moving ahead with its first permanent flood protection berm. today, the council is reporting on bids for the sinclair levee. this is video of their groundbreaking ceremony last month. the project includes a pump station and detention basin project. the city is estimating the project will cost close to $6 million dollars. if you were out trick or treating last night, your kids are probably counting -- or
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and if you're not planning to eat it all, there's another option. operation gratitude gathers more than 120 tons of candy across the nation each year. the candy will go into care packages for troops abroad. this is the third year the cedar rapids smile center will participate. you can donate any unopened pieces of candy in the lobby and get a dollar a pound, up to five pounds. owner dr. yossi says it's a nice thing for troops to get to remind them of home. "25:02anytime that we can show our appreciat line daily for our safety. i think is just a wonderful wonderful thing to do." it doesn't have to be candy. you can donate toothbrushes or other oral hygiene products. starting at three this afternoon, families can stop in, drop off the candy, meet local soldiers and participate in activities. we have three finalists for our kcrg-tv9 student of the month for november.
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lisbon. if a perfect g-p-a isn't enough, brynnley looks for ways to earn extra credit and focuses on the details. she's vice president of her student council, participates in athletics and music and is active in her church and the lisbon sauerkraut day committee. next, 17-year-old ryan adams, a senior from independence. ryan excels in academics, athletics and the arts. he participates in speech team, a-v tech club and his school t-v news production, among many othe finally, we have jonathan wisner. he's 17 and a senior at linn mar high school. jonathan loves to serve his community as a volunteer at st. luke's, with the march of dimes and as governor of the nebraska- iowa territory for key club. he's successful in many extra curricular activities and has a 4-point-2 g-p-a. congratulations to our finalists. you can vote now for your favorite. voting ends friday. head to kcrg dot com slash
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tv9 at the end of november. investors and even the federal reserve are moving cautiously until election day. the federal reserve is holding back on any big decision until it knows who will be the next
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november! we do have some fog to deal with for the first few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the
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middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by the time everything is all through late on wednesday. from thursday through early next week, dry conditions are anticipated with highs generally in the mid-60s and lows in the lower to degrees above normal both day and night. have a good day! today: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20.
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n 5-15. low: 44 thanks kaj. plan on a very warm start to november! we do have some fog to deal with for the first few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has stalled across the region, allowing for a 15 degree temperature fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by the time everything is all through late on wednesday. from thursday through early next week, dry conditions are anticipated with highs generally in the mid-60s and lows in the lower to middle 40s. this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good
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wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and storms likely, especially south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 60 tom. night: gradual clearing. wind: n 5-15. low: 44 thanks kaj. will be getting a little extra on their paycheck. the fast food company has settled a lawsuit with the employees in california. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's
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monday, despite some positive economic data and a raft of big new merger announcements over the weekend. the presidential election is apparently having an impact on wall street and it could continue today. there are reports that traders are worried about the day-to-day developments between hillary clinton and donald trump's campaigns. on monday the dow fell 19 points. the s&p and nasdaq were nearly
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the presidential election isn't just affecting trading. the federal reserve is expected to leave interest rates alone at its next meeting because of all the uncertainty. yet, there is talk about rates possibly going up in december. a number of factors include economic growth, an unemployment rate of 5%, and the fact that the housing market has largely recovered. the golden arches is paying a lot of green to hundreds of workers. mcdonald's has agreed to pay nearly four million dollars to workers in the san francis to settle a lawsuit that said the franchise owner cheated them out of the wages and overtime. eligible employees will get money for the number of hours they worked. general electric plans to merge it's oil and gas divisions with baker hughes, which is an oil company. the new company will still be called baker hughes, but g-e will own more than 62% of it. the deal which still needs shareholder approval is expected to close next year. it's here's a live look at on our city cam.
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november! we do have some fog to deal with for the first few hours of the day, primarily over the northern half of the area. there's a cold front that has
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temperature spread across eastern iowa. the fog is located on the cold side of this front. today, plan on highs into the upper 60s north with lower to middle 70s farther south. our weather continues to look active late tonight into wednesday with some spots able to exceed a half inch of rain by the time everything is all through late on wednesda next week, dry conditions are anticipated with highs generally in the mid-60s and lows in the lower to middle 40s. this is around 10 degrees above normal both day and night. have a good day!today: partly cloudy and mild. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tonight: isolated showers late in the night. wind:
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wind: ne 5-15. high: 60 tom. night: gradual clearing. wind: n 5-15. low: 44 thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top stories... cedar rapids police say an officer shot a suspect during a traffic stop this morning. that suspect, a 37 year old man crashed into a police car pinning an officer in that s-u-v. the suspect went to u-i-h-c with
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shooting and multiple crashes. cedar rapids police also responded to two other incidents this morning. in the 44-hundred block of 1st avenue southwest a car crashed hitting a power box. police call that accident a serious one. officers also went to a crash where a train hit a car, that person has minor injuries. donald trump seems to be celebrating as he thanked anthony weiner for his scandal. the f-b-i is looking into emails found on one of hillary clinton's aid's computer while they were the f-b-i should release more information on these
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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
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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 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 ranked bettendorf and this was a heavyweight slugfest. 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
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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 kil 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 march to state with a win over clinton. and former tv 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
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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
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here's what you need to know today. the iowa d-c-i is investigating an officer involved shooting overnight in cedar rapids. police say the incident near coe college started as a traffic stop. police are also investigating two other crashes from early this morning. officers call one a serious crash on the southwest side that knocked out power. democrats and hillary clinton are asking the f-b-i to release more information about an investigation into newly found emails. celebrating at the news. police in eastern iowa say many have reported stolen and vandalized political signs this year. some are putting in extra effort to keep their signs safe. a dentist office is collecting unwanted candy and other to send to troops overseas. operation gratitude starts today. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning

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