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"i will never never quit on you no matter what " hillary clinton gets a boost in the last couple days of campaigning after the f-b-i cleared her of a over eastern iowa makes products from agriculture to car wash parts in an "ideal" fashion. the idea of cold relieving pain is going up a few notches---or actually down. a new trend has people standing in subzero temperatures for several minutes claiming to help heal. good monday morning! it's 5 o'clock on november 7th. here's a live look at the city cam. meteorologist kaj o'mara joins
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plan on a nice monday with highs back into the 60-65 range. the difference between today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in terms of additional precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next we wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 w: 4toow: mostlynny.wind: nw 10 night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10. low: 36 anks kaj. in the final day of c,
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hillary clinton with a 5 point lead over donald trump. and now the f-b-i director has cleared clinton of any charges related to her private email server. c-n-n's reid binion reports. jennifer palmieri / clinton communication s director: "we have seen director comey's latest letter to the hill. we are glad that this matter is resolved." hillary clinton's communications director jennifer palmieri... ...reacting to sunday's news about clinton's private email server probe. f-b-i director james comey -- sending a new letter to congress.... ...stating that his agency is sticking with its july decision not to file criminal charges against clinton. it comes after comey's letter to congress ten days ago... saying the f-b-i had found new emails that could be "pertinent" to the probe. after round the clock investigation, it seems they're not donald trump criticizing the
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donald trump / -r- presidential candidate: "you can't review 650,000 new emails in 8 days. hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it, the fbi knows it, the people know it." some democrats - including congressman elijah cummings - expressing approval for comey's sunday announcement. rep. elijah cummings / -d- maryland: "i'm glad he came forward to clear it up. this should have never happened." cummings -- also slamming trump for his comments on the issue. rep. elijah cummings / -d- maryland: "donald trump saying it's worse than watergate and he didn't know what he was talking about." trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway -- struggling to defd case in recent weeks. kellyanne conway / trump campaign manager: "everybody speculated for 9 nine days. everybody on cnn speculated 24/7." anderson cooper / host, anderson cooper 360: "if everybody jumped off a bridge it doesn't mean you should jump off a bridge, too." i'm reid binion reporting the final iowa poll on the presidential race came shows donald trump holding a seven-point lead over hillary clinton among likely voters in iowa, 46 to 39 percent. the poll comes from 800 likely iowa voters. today is the funeral for one of the officers killed in an ambush style shooting in the des moines area last week.
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beminio's funeral starts at 11 this morning. it will be at the lutheran church of hope in west des moines. we will have live coverage of the service on kcrg 9.2 and kcrg.com. yesterday, dozens of cars escorted his body from a funeral home in ankeny to the church in west des moines. american flags lined the street outside the building. officers on site wore a stripe across their badge with sergeant beminio's number 5-0-3-0. the other killed in that attack was urbandale officer justin martin. his visitation is toa middle school in his hometown of rockwell city. martin's funeral is tuesday at 11:40 a-m. we will also cover that service live on kcrg 9.2 and kcrg.com. houses around central iowa are now shining blue lights in honor of the fallen officers. project blue light iowa handed out about 3- thousand light bulbs yesterday. the blue light symbolizes support for law enforcement. the bulbs were free and the organization
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organizers hope people keep using the blue lights, even after the officers' funerals. "it's always important to support your law enforcement officers but right now there's been negativity toward police officers. there's been so much violence toward police officers and they need to know that people support them and we do and we want people to show that." " the organization also accepts monetary donations, which are in turn used to buy more blue bulbs. the letters 'o-e-m' get thrown around a lot that's because ideal is an "original equipment manufacturer". the company designs and then creates plenty of parts. for this week's made in eastern iowa, we recently took a trip to the vinton facility for ideal industries -- ideal has production plants in oelwein, fayette and quasqueton as well. you'll find complex metal parts that help farmers in the field but also drivers who simply want a clean car. " it's all stainless steel, very tedious welding and it's all very fab at our place. next time you pull into the car wash, look up. you'll see the
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floor tour at ideal industries, where the conveyance, tile trailers and car wash parts roll out for clients throughout the midwest. whole body cryotherapy. it's a new kind of treatment that uses frigid temps to help with a whole bunch of ailments. or so it claims. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders look at this new cooling trend and whether it really works or is just a bunch of hot air. a punch. he's a professional mixed martial arts fighter. and as brutal as this looks... nat fight ...mark says it's the training that really takes it out of him. "it's physically demanding, and mentally. we're constantly training. there's one day we'll
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we're working strength and conditioning. to balance that out, we need time for recovery."but, mark doesn't have a lot of time to wait for that recovery. he's constantly looking for ways to speed things up for a leg up on the competition. nat door his latest attempt is popularity across the u- s. it's called "whole body cryotherapy". advocates allege some big names think it's pretty cool. lebron james usain bolt michael phelps even 007-- daniel craig -- are all said to have used it. "i've heard of various fighters around the world using this treatment. cedar rapids didn't quite have it." it does now. mark started treatments about a month ago at eastern iowa's first cryo center, 40drop, which opened up two weeks prior. "through some market studies, we identified cryotherapy as a growth
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called a cryosauna. the former math teacher felt this part of the state needed one. he might be right. "business has been good. we've got a little bit busier every week." the clients coming in are there to treat a variety of conditions. according to 40drops website, the cryosauna can have some remarkable effects. boost weight loss. wrinkle reduction. decrease anxiety. better sleep. relief from joint and muscle pain. "i think that from what i've seen in the first six weeks we've been here, the applications are wide." here's how it works. a customer strips down to underwear. they hop in the machine--- which uses liquid nitrogen-- to cool the air inside the tube. for up t t stand in temps up to 250 below zero. "just imagine going outside with no clothes on." todd says the goal is to drop a person's external body temp at least 20 degrees. "the response that we're trying to elicit from your body is to act like it's freezing to death." the belief-- that'll force the body to restrict circulation to the limbs and keep the blood focused on protecting the core and vital organs. once treatment's over, and customers get out, the body starts to warm up. the circulatory system is allegedly dilates, increasing blood flow. "that's kind of where the magic happens. if there's inflammation or lactic acid built up, or other toxins built up in your system, it's going to help push that stuff through." not to be cold, but scientists
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do all some say it can. in july, the food and drug administration published this warning, telling people "beware of misleading claims" about the practice. it says the fda hasn't cleared cryosaunas as safe or effective. also-- after reviewing the medical data out there, the fda found "very little evidence about its safety or effectiveness" treating the conditions being advertised. "there's been several large studies looking at the effectiveness of cryotherapy, mainly in athletes, but also in some general populations. we haven't seen any big differences between using cryotherapy or no treatment at all."dr. andrew peterson practices sports medicine. his patients are-- we football like mark, dr. andrew is also looking for ways to improve player performance and recovery. but, unlike mark, dr. andrew doesn't see the benefit of whole body cryotherapy. he says the evidence isn't there--- and so neither will the team be. "if there were papers that came out that showed this was an effective way to help athletes recover from their training sessions better, that they'd be able to accumulate more load over time, then, maybe we'd start doing it. but, until that evidence exists, we're not going to be." the doctor does admit some evidence shows cryosaunas can reduce inflammation and alleviate joint pain. stuff he says an ice pack could probably do as well. plus, you don't have to spend much. whole body cryo treatments can cost up to 325 bucks for, unlimited monthly use. "i've been
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going to dispute everything you just heard, you'd be wrong. he too is skeptical of some of the more out there cryosauna abilities. todd will admit he's not a doctor and has only anecdotal evidence as to his machine's effectiveness. but, like dr. andrew suggests, todd reports a lot of positive results when it comes to cutting down client inflammation and pain. "even in the absence of hard data, there are people at the very highest levels saying this helps them." at 30 bucks for a first freeze, todd asks skeptics to try the cryosauna conclusions. mark's sure glad he had a go. with repeated treatment, mark says he's recovering from training quicker and feels crisper. "i recommend it to any-- someone like myself. a high level athlete." perhaps now at the next level, depending on what you believe. some iowa farmers say the
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leaving a mess behind. pipeline protestors in north dakota want to stop construction to save their family member's last resting place. that's in our
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plan on a nice monday with highs
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today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly
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and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in terms of additional precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next week. have a great day! today: increasing clouds. wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. high: 58 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10. low: 36 thanks kaj. plan on a nice monday with highs back into the 60-65 range. the difference between today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains
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passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in terms of additional precipitation, there really next week. have a great day! today: increasing clouds. wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 low: 48 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. but right now, here's a look at
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on tuesday is not expected to impact the chances on an early farm bill.. no matter which party has the house, senate, or white house in january.. that early farm bill push is still going strong.. with low commodity prices.. and huge crop surpluses.. the american farm bureau says support is coming from both sides of the aisle.. director dale moore says it's a good bet the ag committees from the house and senate are going to start up discussions early next year.. the farm bill expires in 2018.. but planning is already under way on the farm bureau side.. and the lawmaker side.. been hearing this you know, pretty much since mid summer if not earlier, both chairman conaway on the house side, chairman roberts on the senate side talking about or thinking about the farm bill, we're getting ready for the farm bill." the 2016 election cycle hasn't caused too many problems for the senate ag committee.. only four of the 20 members are up for re-election.. one of which is iowa's senator chuck grassley.. but
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shake up in leadership.. if the democrats regain control of the senate the chairman of the ag committee would change.. also the majority party ensures it has a majority on every committee.. meaning two republicans in the senate ag committee would swap out for two democrats.. ---- only some slight moves up to end the week in grains.. analyst dan hueber has the week recap.. "we were probably up to a point we needed a bit of a correction, and we broke down monday, tuesday, now we really kind of gone stagnant since, boy, i tel major bearing on this are what's ahead of us here next week, and of course i don't just mean the crop production supply and demand report, but the u.s. election. i think everyones a bit on pins and needles here at this point in time, we've seen a lot of money come off the table, not only in the equity market, but in commodity markets, with one exception. it's moved over to places like gold and tea bonds and tea notes, which are considered to be safe havens" "you know, cattle, granted, not down, we started
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maintained that. we've held above the area a week ago, boy, we just seem to be lacking that little extra incentive to push on through here at this point in time, acting just a bit top heavy." "certainly hogs, did extend into higher highs on this rebound this week too, you know, not a lot of different picture than the cattle market there, we rallied up nicely into monday, tuesday and then just seemed to kind of fall flat." ---- with the prospect of low cattle prices.. supplies.... the federation of state beef councils says it will invest nearly a million dollar to stimulate oversea demand. the federation is investing nine hundred 40 thousand dollars from its reserves to promote american beef in other countries.. a big chunk of that is headed to japan.. about two hundred 60 thousand dollars.. with a goal of moving six point nine million pounds of u-s beef.. on top of that.. the federation is also spending three hundred thousand dollars on an app that
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it's called ibotta.. which shares beef information with consumers and helps them with cash rebates on beef purchases.. ---- and that's all the time i have for the show today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report.
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today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first terms of additional precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next week. have a great day!today: increasing clouds. wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 low: 48 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. high: 58 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10.
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across the country dealing with an increase in suspected herion overdoses in recent months. police there say they haven't seen anything like the surge that happened late last week. bob jones has the story. white powder-- suspected heroin-- bagged up as evidence.... ...along with digital scales and drug instruments. crime tape hangs where one man overdosed near a park basketball court. and police reports detail--- where three other men and two women all od'd in different parts of the city between 3 and 11 p.m. thursday. "it's a problem everywhere. this is an epidemic like i don't think the country has ever seen before."woost er chief matt fisher told me: cops used naloxone on all the victims to reverse the overdoses...
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like we've seen in bigger cities, the chief suspects a batch of heroin-- laced with fentanyl or carfentanil-- made it to his town. "i would say probably whatever it was, was something stronger than your run-of-the- mill heroin."in one of the cases-- a suspect-- demetrius frizzell-- is locked up accused of providing the heroin. "wooster is a town of 26- thousand people, not too small to be touched by the heroin epidemic. a local treatment center is finding the number of people addicted is going up and so is the number of people dying in wayne county." "this year thus far, there's 22 confirmed and there's probably eight to ten more."dr. gina patterson and melinda kauffman work at "one eighty" and say it's not only heroin deaths that's alarming. "i think right now a lot of the one we're seeing are the younger kids that are coming in, between 19 and 25."but they hope the spike in wooster overdoses serves as wake-up call for addicts to have hope and get help before it's too late. "w are helping lots of people and seeing lots of people succeed, but we also know that we're losing people as well." trt oc des moines area police officers
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today. visitation goers say they remember the work ethic of the des moines officer gunned down last week. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're a
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early morning news. the final day of the campaign. hillary clinton and donald trump are making their final appeals before voters head to the polls. pressured to get to the polls. one couple says a group is
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honoring their officer. the des moines community is laying a policeman to rest today. good monday morning! it's 530 on november 7th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first plan on a nice monday with highs back into the 60-65 range. the difference between today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels rhe first me is rms of additional ecipitaon, th xweek. have a greaty!today: inc wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w
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anks kaj. just e more day until ection anthe fbi director says the investigation into hillary clinton's newly discovered over.. that announcement comes as clinton and donald trump continue to campaign in battleground states today. abc's elizabeth hur has the latest. this morning.. the final fight for the battleground states.. with donald trump and hillary clinton making a last push.. in a campaign full of surprises.. the latest from the fbi.. clearing clinton.. again. fbi director james comey now telling congressiona l leaders.. "based on our review
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that we expressed in july.. " sources telling abc news that the new batch of emails contained duplicates the fbi had already reviewed. trump.. who first criticized the fbi when there were no charges.. then commended the agency when the new emails were discovered.. is now.. outraged again. trump: "right now she's being protected by a rigged system clinton's campaign saying they are glad the matter is resolved? but no public comment from a weekend of star-studded campaigning.. and declaring what's at stake. clinton: it is a choice between division or unity, between strong steady leadership, or a loose canon clinton is leading in the latest abc news tracking poll .. but with the race still close.. both campaigns are fighting to the finish. clinton: "i want to be the president for all americans, those who vote for me and those who do not vote for for me" trump: "on nov. 8th, we are going to do something so special." elizabeth oncam tag: part of
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advantage in our poll numbers comes from record numbers of americans who voted early.. more than 40 million and counting. eh, abc news, washington. both hillary clinton and donald trump plan to stop in several states today. trump will go to florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. 84 electoral votes. clinton will campaign in pennsylvania, michigan, and north carolina. all are seen as "in play" for election night. both candidates also have surrogates campaigning in these final hours. today, donald trump jr will speak at a rally in ottumwa. that starts at 8 this morning at the bridgeview center. 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 just released yesterday shows
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nominee. 46 percent said they're voting for the republican nominee while clinton gained support from 39 percent. senator chuck grassley and congressman rod blum will campaign together in eastern iowa today. they will visit m-j's restaurant in marion at 11:30. then, they'll be at newton's caf in waterloo at 2:30. senator joni ernst will join them. some people in eastern iowa are getting letters pressuring them to vote, and one couple is not happy about it. the progressive turnout project sent a letter to samuel and joann dillon shaming them for missing the 20-12 election. samuel that week in the hospital because his wife was in a car accident involving a semi. the couple says they don't like the negative assumption. "i was just upset, and sad that they would be pointing to people not knowing why the vote was missed." the progressive turnout project says the letters aren't meant to make people feel bad, but they do get people to the polls. stay with t-v nine on election night. follow us on social media for
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share your voting experience with the hashtag i-a votes. when the polls close at nine-- join us on facebook live. and don't miss a special edition of the t-v nine news at 10. we'll have live reports of key races across the state. today, fellow officers, family, and friends will attend the funeral for one of the officers killed last week in the des moines area. des moines police sergeant tony beminio's funeral starts at 11 this morning. it will be at the lutheran church of hope in west coverage of the service on kcrg 9.2 and kcrg.com. yesterday, a long stream of law enforcement vehicles escorted his body from a funeral home in ankeny to the church. american flags lined the street outside the building. officers on site wore a stripe across their badge with sergeant beminio's number 5-0-3-0. " i've known him a long time and i don't think i ever heard a sour word out of his mouth. he didn't complain. he was one of those guys who offered a solution and just wasn't a complainer, very supportive."." sergeant beminio was married,
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children. he also graduated from iowa city west high school in 1996. the other killed in that attack was urbandale officer justin martin. his visitation is today from 4 to 8 p-m at the south calhoun middle school in his hometown of rockwell city. martin's funeral is tuesday at 11:40 a-m. we will also cover that service live on kcrg 9.2 and kcrg.com. to honor those officers, governor terry branstad has ordered all flags in iowa today and tomorrow. police are looking for this 17-year-old girl out of cedar rapids. someone last saw mckenna brockmeyer early friday morning at the burger king on blairs ferry road. she was wearing a blue sweatshirt and black boots. if you have any information, call police. the state fire marshal's office is investigating a fire that destroyed a city building in cedar falls. it happened around 10:45 yesterday morning at a building on east fifth street - near the company viking pump. when firefighters
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space to store police equipment. the building is a total loss. a family of 6 will soon move into a home they helped build. laparis owens and michele steffy applied to habitat for humanity last january. in order to get the home, the couple had to help build it and prove they could make mortgage payments. yesterday, the family got their first look inside the finished house. owens says this has extra meaning since he put his own blood, sweat and tears into the project. 23:16, walls, everything, but it was a great experience and i met a lot of cool people the couple will officially close on the home on november 15th. thick, choking, hazy smog, just sitting over the city of new delhi, india. find out how the weather played a part in keeping that bad air around the city. the weather is not helping new delhi, india leading to these smoggy conditions. high
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delhi, india leading to these smoggy conditions. high pressure and calm winds in the area led to sinking air, and it's keeping pollutants trapped near the surface. add to that, people in the city set off firecrackers and fireworks overnight, leaving the city in this cloudy haze. back into the 60-65 range. the difference between today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though
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decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in terms of additional precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next week. have a great day! today: increasing clouds. wi: isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 low: 48 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. high: 58 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10. low: 36 thanks kaj. plan on a nice monday with highs back into the 60-65 range. the difference between today and the past four days will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on.
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little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just graze the area friday and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next week. have a great day! today: increasing clouds. wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 low: 48 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: nw 10-20. high: 58 tom. night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10. low: 36
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customers back with a promise of a virtual assistant. the electronics giant hopes this newest addition will help them recover from the samsung note's firey recall. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's
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stock market ahead of the 2016 election continued friday, with the market falling for a 9th straight day. wall street is now in its longest period of decline in more than three decades. october's jobs report shows 161-thousand jobs were added to the economy over the past month. the unemployment rate is at four point nine
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health care, business services and financial activities. this marks the 73rd straight month of job growth. toys r us plans to open on thanksgiving at 5 in the afternoon and stay open for 30 hours, through 11 pm on black friday. the decision comes as some malls and retailers are deciding to stay closed on thanksgiving, because of employee morale and slowing sales. kohl's also plans to open on thanksgiving at 6 p-m. american airlines is cutting about one third of the pilots based out of phoenix sky harbor international r doesn't mean the 500 pilots are losing their jobs or that american airlines is cutting the number of flights out of phoenix. it says just means the pilots will have to move to or commute to other bases for work. samsung say it is offering an artificial intelligence assistant service in its upcoming galaxy s-8. users can ask the phone's virtual assistant to order food and perform other tasks. the south korean company is expected to unveil the device in the spring. samsung is still trying to bounce back following
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note 7. those recalls cost the company roughly $5.3 billion. it's here's a live look at on our city cam.
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back into the 60-65
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will be an increase in cloud coverage as the day goes on. however, due to excess dry air in place, there remains little to no chance of rain tonight with our frontal passage. it'll turn us a bit cooler for tuesday and wednesday with upper 50s likely, though we'll bounce right back to the 60s on thursday. a fairly decent cool-down will just gr and saturday, but will push our temperatures down to seasonal levels for the first time this month. in terms of additional precipitation, there really isn't much at all until early next week. have a great day!today: increasing clouds. wind: s 5-10 high: 64 tonight: mostly cloudy with isolated showers. wind: w 5-10 low: 48 tomorrow: mostly
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night: mostly clear. wind: n 5-10. low: 36 thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top stories... in the final day of the 2016
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are making pushes through several battleground states. trump will go to florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. clinton will campaign in pennsylvania, michigan, and north carolina. a des moines register poll shows donald trump with a strong lead over hillary clinton in iowa. the recently released poll shows trump with a seven point lead over the democratic nominee. 46 percent of voters said they're voting for the republican nominee while clinton gained support from 39 percent. family and friends will attend the funeral for one of the officers kille police sergeant tony beminio's funeral starts at 11 this morning. it will be at the lutheran church of hope in west des moines.
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run defense the previous three games. well, the nittany lions ran all over the field on saturday. ... iowa surrendered 599 yards of total offense, including 359 yards rushing. the hawkeyes did not force any three and outs. on offense, iowa ran for just 30 yards, which is the lowest since 2013, and was held to a season low 234 total yards. "they played well. they played tough. they played better than us today. we were close on drives, third and inches, third and a foot. we just couldn't convert on those and that's tough." "we really gotta come together this week as a team. and we have to focus on those third downs that we didn't come up with that were obviously killers. it just gave them momentum. it's something we have to focus on. just being close isn't good enough and it's not in big ten football, and it never will be. that's something that we have to take a big step forward this week. and i'm just looking forward to getting back on the field against
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... college basketball is back, but right now it's just exhibition games as teams try to sort things out for the season opener. ... first up, iowa state men hosting sioux falls ... many cyclone fans are happy to see naz mitrou-long return after sitting out most of last season... 3-ball corner pocket is all money... naz had a team-high 24 points ... the cyclones got a couple of transfers that will contribute... including merrill holden who blocks one shot, and then another... monte morris grabs the ball and takes it all the way in for the la will recognize this last name... nick weiler-babb, brother of former cyclone chris babb... gets the steal and finishes with the dunk on the other end ... late in the 2nd half... we saw a lot of this last year, deonte burton with the steal... and here it comes, pulverizes the rim with the left-handed jam... cyclones win 101-57 ... first up, iowa women at home facing lewis university ... 1st quarter action, tania davis goes down low to megan gustafson...
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points... it's tied 2-2 ... later in the 1st, davis strips the ball away, and she'll take it coast-to- coast for the easy layup... she had 9 points and 10 assists... 6-6 tie ... 2nd quarter action, ally disterhoft dealing with two defenders... she somehow gets a shot off and gets fouled... she finished with 15 points ... iowa has five freshman this year who will see playing time... one of them is linn-mar grad amanda ollinger who drives and lays it in ... closing minute of the 2nd quarter... disterhoft hits the mid-range season opener is on friday versus oral roberts ... iowa state women hosting briar cliff in an exhibition ... a lot of three- pointers early in this one... jadda buckley drains one to put cyclones up three... she finished with 14 points ... later, it's seanna johnson knocking down a trey of her own... cyclones lead by three again... then in transition, johnson finishes with the layup... she had 16 points... cyclones up 20-8 ... closing seconds before
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corner pocket... bingo... she had 13 points as the cyclones win 85-46 ... nfl football, colts and packers... 3rd quarter, watch linn- mar grad david parry trip up aaron rodgers for the sack... first one of the season for david... he finished with 3 tackles in the colts 31-26 win ... vikings and the lions... 2nd quarter action, matthew stafford throws an errant pass and it's picked off by former hawkeye chad greenway... that's the 11th of his long lost in overtime however, 22-16 ... and tomorrow for on iowa live, we have chuck long and the coe football team joining us. kohawks won the iowa conference title. writers pat harty and scott dochterman will also be there at union station off 16th avenue.
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november 7th. here's what you need to know today. both hillary clinton and donald trump are making the final fight for the battleground states today. those include pennsylvania, michigan, north carolina, and new hampshire. the f-b-i says hillary clinton will not face any criminal charges for her email server. they reopened the investigation last month. a voting turnout organization is sending letters out to them to vote. but instead some say they're feeling pressured. friends and family are gathering today for the funeral of one of 2 of the des moines area officers shot and killed last week. some cryotherapy patients say the extreme cold temperatures help numerous ailments. but some doctors remain skeptical. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news

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