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november 6th. starting out with a live look at cedar falls police are releasing more details on a crash that killed a woman near downtown this weekend. family and friends will remember a fallen police sergeant this afternoon in des moines. and an eastern iowa family got a big surprise this weekend after a fire burned their only form of transportation. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is the kcrg-tv9 satuda good morning and thanks for joining us. we begin with first alert storm team meteorologis t britley ritz. another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a
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pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24 hours. high temperatures today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time of year. a cold front will move through late monday and into tuesday bringing the smallest chance of a shower late monday. temperatures will only drop a few degrees as a result of its passing. today: mostly sunny. wind: s 5-10 high: 68 alo: 68 dbq: 67 iow: 68 65 to 71 tonight: mostly clear. wind: sse 5-10 low: 42 alo: 42 dbq: 43 iow: 42 39 to 45 thanks britley. in a tv9 update, cedar falls police released the name of the woman killed in a crash near downtown. investigators say 38-year- old cynthia brooks was a passenger in the car and died at the scene. a 43-year-old woman and a 7-year-old girl in the car with brooks suffered serious injuries. investigators say 46-year- old charles brooks was speeding down first street near main street
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rear-ended a mini- van. it also says he also tried to jump off the 1st street bridge after the crash. a passenger in that minivan suffered serious injuries. the crash remains under investigation. we also have an update on a crash out of delaware county. the state patrol released the name of the man killed after crashing into a tractor. it happened near 200th avenue and 165th street on friday morning. investigators say 72-year- old eric smith of manchester died after side-swiping the trac direction. and out of jones county, monticello police arrested three people after a chase late on friday night. we first told you about this yesterday morning. around 10:40 that night, an officer tried to stop a stolen vehicle from missouri. the driver fled, leading jones county and cascade authorities on a chase. at one point the vehicle rammed into two law enforcement vehicles. authorities were able to use a pit maneuver to stop the chase near north maple
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the driver .. police are pursuing to lose control and eventually stop. law enforcement arrested kevin glassmeyer, dechone jackson and megan dains. police also found guns in the vehicle. today people in the des moines area will remember a police sergeant killed in an ambush-style attack. a visitation service for 38-year-old anthony beminio starts at 2 this afternoon at lutheran church of hope in west des moines. his funeral is tomorrow morning. he and urbandale poic for officer martin start tomorrow with his visitation. his funeral is on tuesday. we will air both of those funerals on kcrg 9.2 it was early last wednesday morning when both men were shot and killed while sitting in their squad cars. police say 46-year-old scott greene fired at least 15 shots at both officers. police say they had run- ins with greene in the past, which led them to identify him as the suspect in
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police about 8 hours after the shootings. on friday, a judge set his bond at 10 million dollars, cash only. he faces two counts of first-degree murder. a cedar rapids painting company honored the fallen officers yesterday. jay reece of reece painting parked outside of godfather's pizza and put a thin stripe of blue painters tape on cars for no cost. that blue line with a black background is often used to remember fallen he hopes his effort will help. "cedar rapids we're all about community. it's about the public supporting the police. they do a lot of things when they're off duty that nobody sees. so, this is our way whether they're going to work or shopping maybe they'll see that we have their back." reece said it will hold another blue line event if people are interested. if not, he will pass the tape off to someone else who wants to support.
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two fallen officers. the stephen siller tunnel to towers foundation is donating funds to both families. it will also pay off the mortgage on beminio's home. tunnel to towers was started in memory of siller. he was a brooklyn firefighter who died on 9-11. a buchanan county couple has a new way to get to their doctors appointments thanks to their family and friends. peggy and jerry james lost their van in this fire back on october 17th. both need to get to the on a daily basis. kcrg-tv9's phil reed went to their fundraiser where they got a big surprise. jerry james was shocked to see a replacement van waiting for him at pavillion park. "oh my gracious. it brought tears to my eyes. it was a godsend. it's overwhelming." the black grand caravan is wheelchair accessible, and has enough room for the jerry and
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their grandchildre n. "so that we can get me to medical appointments, jerry to medical appointments. and all the kids have appointments. they've been placed in our custody by dhs, and right now they're all getting therapy at various times. so every week, just about everyday we have some place to go" that means a lot of driving across eastern iowa. and they don't know how long the newly donated caravan will last with over 270 thousand miles so friends and families decided to lend a helping hand. "i know they're kind of tired of relying on everybody to change their schedules, so i thought a luncheon, and a bake sale and a silent auction would help them" but until that happens, the james family is happy to ride home with a set of wheels "to us it's a treasure that god sent and gave, and we're so grateful " between saturday's event, and the go fund me page that's set up, the family
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since last wednesday, chicago could possibly be one of the happiest places on earth. after their world series win, the cubs had the opportunity to celebrate in the other 'happiest place on earth'- disney world!
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another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24
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upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time of year. a cold front will move through late monday and into tuesday bringing the smallest chance of a shower late monday. temperatures will only drop a few degrees as a result of its passing. today: mostly sunny. wind: s 5-10 high 65 to 71 tonight: mostly clear. wind: sse 5-10 low: 42 alo: 42 dbq: 43 iow: 42 39 to 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: s 5-10 high: 63 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 63 60 to 66 tom. night: mostly cloudy with isolated showers possible. wind: sw 5-10 low: 46 alo: 46 dbq: 46 iow: 46 43 to 49 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 46 wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 58 low: 40 thursday:
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sunny. high: 53 low: 41 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 51 low: 30 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 57 low: 34 monday: chance of showers. high: 55 low: 43 thanks britley. another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24 hours. high temperatures today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we
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football game in november since 20-13. they hoped to keep that streak alive at indiana state yesterday. josh has highlights coming up next in sports.
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much n one. the hawkeyes traveled to 12th ranked penn state. ... first time these two teams have met since 2012 ... first drive for penn state, trace mcsorley finds a wide open saeed blacknall in the back of the end zone... 19-yard score... nittany lions up 7-0 ... later in the first, they line up for a field goal hoping to make it 10-0... but decorah grad josey jewell comes up with the block... it was still 7-0 after one quarter ... but penn state's offense
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backs in the country, breaks one tackle, gets some great blocking as well and he takes it 57 yards to the house... nittany lions added another score to lead 21-0 ... iowa finally gets on the board as c.j. beathard hits akrum wadley on the screen pass... he jukes one defender, then another and runs it in for the 12- yard score... iowa still trailed 24-7 at halftime ... 4th quarter, penn state starts to put the game out of reach, mcsorley finds a wide open barkley... 167 yards rushing ... 34-7 penn state... then, it's tommy stevens on the jet sweep... and he just bounces off several would be tacklers and runs it in for a 13-yard touchdown... 41-7 penn state ... iowa did get one late score as beathard throws a dart over the middle to jerminic smith who runs it in for the score... but the hawkeyes fall 41-14 which snaps
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team has been dealing with a lot of injuries at quarterback. first, aaron bailey... and then this week, eli dunne didn't pass the protocol for a concussion. so, that meant, colton howell was the new starting quarterback today. ... panthers on the road at indiana state today ... 1st quarter action, indiana state quarterback isaac harker's pass is tipped and it falls into the hands of uni's ricky neal... he gets a few yards on the return ... uni offense looking to cash in... colton howell goes deep over the middle to prairie grad jalen rima... 40-yard catch... it panthers up 7-0 ... later in the first, rima on the punt return that started on the six-yard line... remember, he was a state champion in track and he shows off his speed here... he also gets some great blocking... rima takes it to the house, 94 yards... panthers up 14-0 after one quarter ... big game from michael malloy, 84 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns... including this one from 5 yards... panthers win 39-6 ... d3 football, cornell with
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quarter, daniel brown launches one to the end zone, and justin ramirez hauls it in for the 30-yard touchdown... rams tie the game up 7-7 ... and then daniel brown takes over later in the 2nd... he fires a laser over the middle to gabe noyce for the 16-yard touchdown... rams take a 17-14 lead ... their defense gets in on the action too... ripon quarterback rolls out, throws, ball is tipped and is picked off by cedar rapids washington grad maliek ketchens... he's got some blockers and six... he's tackled at the nine ... very next play, brown decides to tuck and run... tries to get to the edge, stretches for the pylon and gets in for the score... rams hang on 31-28 ... standing at the top of the podium was everyone's goal today at the girls state swimming meet. scott westerberg has the highlights. the team race was dominated by ames but some eastern iowans picked up medals....emma
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the 50 yard freestyle. her time was 23.62 wahlerts's victoria michel came out of heat 3 to grab bronze in the 200 individual medley the lone area champion was linn-mar's kelsey drake as she wins the 100 butterfly in 55.13 "i wanted to go faster, i really did, but i was really excited and i took it out really fast, so the last 25 was a bit painful. i could tell pushing just tried to push through it to the wall." 100 backstroke, michel adds another medal with a 5th place finish while jessica williams of kennedy claimed 6th. drake found the podium for a second time as she finishes 2nd in the 100 breaststroke to cap off a great senior season after taking a year off to swim club. "i love my team. i had so much fun. this meet is amazing. the atmosphere is so cool and just amazing to be
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state swimming meet in marshalltown, scott westerberg tv9 sports. ... in college volleyball, teams were playing for an automatic bid to the ncaa tournament in their respective conference tournaments. ... in the iowa conference, coe facing wartburg in the championship on kcrg 9.2 ... first set, linn-mar grad aryn jones drills this kill into the hardwood floor... knights take the first set 25-17 ... coe responds in the 2n the corner... kohawks take set two, 25-20 ... but wartburg comes back in the 3rd as jones comes up with the block for set point... knights win 25-22 ... 4th set, match point for wartbg, jose esser with the kill off the block... wartburg wins the tournament, 3-1 ... cornell looking to win the midwest conference tourney for the 6th straight year facing st. norbert ... first set, diamond boyd with the kill off the block... she had 18 kills... and the rams are down 3-2 ...
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spot in the defense and takes advantage... rams down 6-4 ... cornell was able to spread the offense... nicole ciari comes down with the hammer... she had 12 kills ... but st. norbert ends cornell's streak winning this in five sets
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valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24 hours. high temperatures today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time friday's world series celebration in chicago was just the start for the cubs. yesterday, the team spent the day in orlando florida at disney world. they got to ride in the parade and enjoy all of the attractions with their families. mvp ben
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was getting to spend time with his daughter. "i think for sure we have to hit up frozen. for sure my daughter would not let us leave without doing that. so we're going to do that. maybe hit up some star wars for sure. but we would love to do everything." " today tens of thousands of runners will compete in one of the largest marathons in the world. the 46th annual new york city marathon starting later this morning. the race has come a long people simply made four laps around central park. winners in the first year went home with a watch and a recycled trophy. this year, the top prize is 100 thousand dollars. if you're getting tired of election season, it's almost over. thousand of iowans have already cast their ballots ahead of this tuesday's election. but voting officials in the state say those numbers are actually down compared to years past. stay with us on
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two days from election day, a new poll shows a stronger lead for donald trump in iowa. . but it's a different story nationally. and an open house this morning
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children's hospital before it starts accepting patients. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, 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... another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24 hours. high temperatures today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time of year. a cold front will move through late monday and into tuesday bringing the smallest chance of a shower late monday. temperatures will only drop a few degrees as a result of its passing. today: mostly sunny. wind: s 5-10 high: 68 alo: 68 dbq:
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mostly clear. wind: sse 5-10 low: 42 alo: 42 dbq: 43 iow: 42 39 to 45 thanks britley. the long wait is almost over. today officially starts election week across the country. in the race for president, a new poll shows donald trump with a strong lead over hillary clinton in iowa. a des moines register poll trump with a 7 point lead over the democratic nominee. 46 percent said they're voting for the republican nominee while clinton gained support from 39 percent. it's a different story nationally. the latest abc news tracking poll shows hillary clinton with a 48 percent to 43 percent lead over donald trump. that's the largest gap in the daily poll since october 26th. trump comes back to iowa later today. he's scheduled to speak in sioux
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is part of a long day for the republican nominee. he's also in minnesota, michigan, pennsylvania and virginia. clinton takes her campaign to ohio today. she'll be joined in cleveland by nba star lebron james before heading north to new hampshire. her vice presidential nominee, tim kaine makes several stops toady in wisconsin. while polls open on tuesday, absentee ballots can be turned in through tomorrow. despite the big push for early voting this cycle, voting officials in iowa say things could samantha myers tells us why, and how iowa hopes to help. margaret macinnis loves to vote. so much so, she wanted her daughter to see what it was like, saturday at the johnson county auditors office. ""i wanted her to be a part of the process and since she will be at kindergarten on tuesday" " voting before tuesday has become a popular and convenient way to avoid long lines and schedule conflicts on election day. ""i don't really have much time throughout the day because i have class and i have work and i just thought that every vote
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the chance to." " but, in iowa, early voting numbers are actually down seven percent, comapred to this time in 2012. back then-- nearly 47- thousand more voted early, three days out. iowa secretary of state paul pate attributes the drop to a devisive pair of presidential candidates. he thinks people waiting until the last moment to cast their ballot. ""when you look at it right now, over 40 percent of iowans have voted before election day" " to keep turnout like that high, pate said state offcials are constantly coming up with ways to increase voter accessability and communication. iowa has partnered with facebook to alert users when they can vote. there's also this new webpage called my iowa vote, help get people to the polls outside of presidential elections. "people can sign up on their phones or computers and they get text messaging so it will remind them and say hey there's an election a school board election or presidential election would you like an absentee ballot? nats back at the polls, macinnis says her daughter loved seeing how the process works. "i wanted her to be a part of this historic election." .and
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iowa city, samantha myers kcrg-tv9 news. in these final days, a new poll shows rod blum has an edge over monica vernon in the race for iowa's first district. a loras college poll found the republican incumbent had 47 percent support of likely voters. vernon is six points behind at 41 percent. the democrat has gained one point compared to a six-term senator chuck grassley keeps increasing his lead in recent polling. a des moines register poll has grassley up by more than 20 points over challenger and former lieutenant governor patty judge. that's up from a 17 point lead in a poll just last month. stay with t-v nine on election night. follow us on social media for updates all day-- and and share your voting experience with the hashtag i-a votes. when the polls close at nine-- join us for facebook
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at 10. we'll have live reports of key races across the state. in north dakota, protesters aren't stopping their fight against the dakota access pipeline. the protesters are gaining support from across the country. in green bay wisconsin, people marched, chanted and held up signs against the pipeline yesterday. they say they're concerned about the environmental impact a potential oil spill it could have on the environment. "they can reroute this they definitely can reroute it away from the water and that's the main issue. " the dakota access pipeline will eventually carry crude oil from north dakota to illinois. it will run through 18 counties in iowa. today, people can get a glimpse of the brand new university of iowa stead family children's hospital in iowa city. thousands of people toured the state of the art facility for an open house yesterday. many of the rooms are painted in bright vibrant colors to make kids more comfortable. the facility also features the
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north america. that c-t machine is one of only three others in the world. "14:55:33;27 i think it's going to give the kids and their families great confidence that they're in a facility where the finest of details have been taken care of to make sure that we are able to provide the latest and greatest state of the art care in a caring and compassionate manner. " today's open house is from 11:00 this morning until 6:00 tonight. a new therapy is gaining are turning to 'cryotherapy' to treat all kinds of aches and pains. the treatment uses liquid nitrogen to drop a person's external body temperature by about 20 degrees. people performing the therapy say it can do things like relieve joint pain and even boost weight loss. tv-9's forrest saunders will dig into the unique treatment and how it works tonight at 10. as iraqi forces continue to move into mosul, thousands of civilians are moving out. we'll look at where they are
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with a flood of
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another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind
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air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather pattern for at least another 24 hours. high temperatures today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time of year. a cold front will move through late monday and into tuesday bringing the smallest chance of a shower late monday. temperatures will only drop a few degrees as a result of its passing. 5-10 high: 68 alo: 68 dbq: 67 iow: 68 65 to 71 tonight: mostly clear. wind: sse 5-10 low: 42 alo: 42 dbq: 43 iow: 42 39 to 45 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: s 5-10 high: 63 alo: 63 dbq: 63 iow: 63 60 to 66 tom. night: mostly cloudy with isolated showers possible. wind: sw 5-10 low: 46 alo: 46 dbq: 46 iow: 46 43 to 49 tuesday: partly cloudy. high: 59 low: 46 wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 58 low: 40 thursday:
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sunny. high: 53 low: 41 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 51 low: 30 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 57 low: 34 monday: chance of showers. high: 55 low: 43
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republican donald trump had to be rushed off the stage in nevada. we'll explain why. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9.
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of their time in key swing states. in a scary moment yesterday in nevada, secret service had to rush donald trump off the stage. and hillary clinton hopes bringing out some of the biggest names in the music industry will give her a boost before tuesday. abc's jonathan betz reports. donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada. he took note of an apparent protester in the audience. sot trump: we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton
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to his side -- and rushed the candidate off stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium and security took a man into custody and escorted him out of the hall. minutes later-- trump returned unhurt. trump sot: "nobody said it was going to be easy for us." as their campaigns wind down ... sot clinton i want to be the president for everybody, everybody who agrees with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. the candidates trying to wind up voters . sot trump: "... hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind." donald trump stealing a kiss from wife melania as she campaigned with him in north carolina. there was massive early-voter turnout saturday in florida and in nevada. nearly 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. sot hrc tonight in philadelphia: "know the power of your own voice. it can
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after friday's performance with jay-z and beyonce -- katy perry was singing her song at this concert in philadelphia. hoping to ending the campaign -- on a high note. jonathan betz, abc news, new york. in south carolina, police say a man accused of chaining up a woman for two months is actually a serial killer. investigators foun chained inside a metal container on thursday. she and her boyfriend, david carver, had been missing since august. on friday, police found carver's body on the same farm where they found brown. police believe 45-year-old todd kohlhepp kidnapped them and shot carver. investigators also believe kohlepp may be responsible for several other murders in the area. "i smile sometimes to keep from crying because this is this is horrible. this is a son,
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uncle, cousin, it's terrible. " kohlepp is in jail on a kidnapping charge right now. he's expected to be formally charged with at least one count of murder. new jersey police say someone stabbed at least 7 people. police in newark found three people including two children dead in newark yesterday. three others were inured. police say they ha case, but have not made any arrests. investigators are offering a 20 thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest. iraq's special forces say isis bombings and elaborate defense systems are delaying their effort to take back mosul. the military says the amount of civilians still in the city are making it difficult to call in air- strikes from the united states. as of this morning, special forces have only made it about a mile into the isis stronghold. meanwhile, thousands of refugees
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michael holmes reports. "the scenes here are both heartbreaking and joyous. just imagine if it were you. on the inside of the camp you have families from previously isis held territory - on the outside you've got their families and loved ones who haven't seen them in two years. the problem is this - security. those on the inside need to be screened and processed. there could be isis among them and that process is yet to be completed.""th is is my brother," ikram ahmed says - it's been w or even talked to him." ikram's story is repeated throughout the camp, and along the road leading to it.lines of cars and trucks headed towards the gates and safety. wahd saad tells us he walked 20 km here with his family. "at last, security," he says. at the fence his brother in law ahmed. again, two years since this young family has been together."i'm overjoyed," he says. "but it's frustrating to not be able to come in." "this is khazer camp - it's a un run camp originally built with 1000 tents, and meant for for 8000 people. 4000 arrived here in a single 24-hour period. this camp is now full. they're extending it but for now they're having to send families to other camps." aid organizations expected these people to come and have prepared as much as possible - the problem is not knowing what's yet to come the fear ... that this is just the beginning of
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of the desperate and the dispossessed. michael holmes cnn khazer camp near mosul iraq we'll take another look at your
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the name of the woman killed in a crash near downtown. investigators say 38-year- old cynthia brooks was a passenger in the car and died at the scene. a 43-year-old woman and a 7-year-old girl in the car with brooks suffered serious injuries. a visitation service is today for a des moines police sergeant killed last week. sergeant anthony beminio was shot and killed while sitting in his squad car on wednesday. his visitation starts at 2:00 this afternoon at lutheran church of hope in west des moines. yearly fall race in marion is only one week away. we'll have the details on how you can get involved in the annual 'return of the turkey trot' in a live interview. now, a final look at the forecast... another day very similar to yesterday! high pressure still sits over the ohio river valley allowing for us to have a southerly wind component. this will in turn give us milder air again today. a low pressure system continues to sit in the pacific southwest, stalling out the weather
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today will top out into the upper 60s and lows will drop into the 40s once again. these temperatures are still well above where we should be for this time of year. a cold front will move through late monday and into tuesday bringing the smallest chance of a shower late monday. temperatures will only drop a few degrees as a result of its passing. today: mostly sunny. wind: s 5-10 high: 68 alo: 68 dbq: 67 iow: 68 65 to 71 tonight: mostly clear. wind: sse
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, security scare. the secret service rushing donald trump off the stage. fears that a man in the audience had a gun. our exclusive interview with that protester as trump is seen kissing babies making a final push in battleground states. rocking the vote, hillary clinton bringing out the celebrity support. ? you're gonna to hear me roar ? hoping to roar her way to victory in the final stretch. can she galvanize voters where she needs them the most? we've got the results from our latest abc news tracking poll. serial killer. the man charged in the kidnapping of a south carolina woman now being linked to as

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