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early morning news. demonstration deadline. officials are telling dakota access pipeline protesters they need to go home or face the consequences. lottery rigging. officials say two brothers had software that would have allowed them to fix more games. cedar rapids police say counterfeiting and forgery cases have doubled since last year. good wednesday morning! it's 5 o'clock on november 30th. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara
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cloudy sky is back and will hold on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph likely. plan on clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries. wind: w 10-20. low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10.
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has issued a deadline for demonstrator s to leave a north dakota bakken oil pipeline protest site. but protesters say they're going to ignore the december 5th deadline. yasmin amer has more. after nearly five months of protest, officials are turning up the pressure...tel ling demonstrator s to leave now or face the consequences. but neither the official warnings nor the howling winter weather seem convincing. department warned protesters tuesday that they'll start blocking supplies and people from entering the campsite. a spokeswoman for the department later clarified that they'd only stick to punishing trespassers. members of the standing rock sioux tribe...who originally filed the lawsuit against the pipeline...say they're not budging. "water is sacred. but, it's also good business to protect your
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protesters about the winter weather - which will only get worse. he said that first responders will no longer be responsible for rendering aid to those who stay 17 native americans, who've served under the obama administration , signed a letter asking the president to step in - and allow protesters to stay. the c-e-o of the company building the pipeline is also weighing in - trying to convince protesters the pipeline will be safe. "this pipeline pipelines exist today, that were built through your 2 dakota access pipeline protesters, who chained themselves to construction equipment in iowa, are now in custody. law enforcement in pilot mound made the arrests yesterday after a group of protesters ran past security to the construction site. pilot mound is in boone county. 2 of protesters chained their wrists together inside of a p- v-c pipe, wrapped in chicken wire and tar. firefighters cut the pipe. a state patrol plane
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"mississippi stand." "we fully understand the risk of every direct action we take...and we are willing to take those risks and put our lives on the line because we deeply believe water is life therefore we must do everything in our human capacity to protect it " the des moines river is the one of the last sections of the pipeline left to complete in central iowa protesters are focusing on that spot. the pipeline will cross through 18 counties in iowa when it's finished. a head-on crash near hudson seriously the black hawk county sheriff's office says 25-year-old jean okwo tried to pass a semi. this was in the one thousand block of hudson road around 8:15 yesterday morning. okwo's car hit a truck going in the opposite direction. the crash seriously injured both drivers. police cited okwo for unsafe passing. investigators in colombia this morning are looking through the wreckage of a plane crash that killed 71 people. the initial reports of 75 people killed went down as
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passengers' list. the plane was taking a brazilian soccer team to a match when it crashed into a hillside. investigators say the flight crew reported an electrical failure. a pilot familiar with the area says it would have made the trip especially dangerous. "if you are on battery power you don't know where you are 6 of the 77 people on the plane a judge found a man not guilty of charges from a deadly fight in galena. james peters had faced involuntary manslaughter and two counts of aggravated battery. peters was accused of punching another man - 57-year-old brian friede - at murphy's convenience store in may. friede later died from his injuries. a prosecutor say the two brothers accused of
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in 2010 across 5 states, including iowa, had rigged even more drawings and planted software to let them fix even more games. the trial for former lottery computer technology official eddie tipton is in february. his brother tommy tipton, of texas, goes to trial in january. they're charged with ongoing criminal conduct. prosecutors say eddie tipton hid a false number generating program on lottery computers. that helped him fix the games -- netting him more than $2 million in winnings. attorneys for the tiptons say the state can't prove the ch cedar rapids police say burglars may be targeting a different kind of valuable this year. police say burglars are taking checkbooks from homes, cars and businesses. the number of counterfeit and forgery cases in cedar rapids is up from 171 through mid november last year to 306 so far this year. several eastern iowa police departments caught thousands of dollars worth of fake bills early this year. cedar rapids police say that accounts for the early increase in counterfeitin g cases. but later,
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blank checks and checkbooks from cars and homes. they believe burglars are trying to maximize an opportunity. " they're just going for whatever is the easiest, people put their checkbook in the glove box they're just taking the checkbook, forging the checks...signing off scribbling a name what have you so the banks will take it " police say if you are missing checks, call your bank. they can close the account and change check num your home and keeping valuables out of sight in your car can also make a difference. today, iowa big is celebrating the opening of a new building and the $1 million dollar award it got earlier this year. the program gives high school students a capstone like experience through a real world project. back in september, iowa big announced it received a million dollars from the x-q super school project. it applied for the grant after the project did a bus tour, which stopped in cedar rapids. iowa big will
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today, speakers including mayor ron corbett and the super school president will talk about the new learning space. they will also talk about the different opportunities for cedar rapids high schoolers through the organization. officials expect at least 200 people at the event in the newbo district. it takes place is from 5 to 7 p-m. the moment a child in foster care finds a long-term home can mean a fresh start... and a better future. iowa kids net needs more people to create that special moment for hundreds of kids in the state. kcrg-tv nine's brea love joins us. month, how is iowa kids net recognizing the month? well chris and nicole, the organization is putting a special emphasis on the one thing it always needs more of--foster families. last year, 400 families signed up to be foster families or adopted children. but 500 children needed a home. iowa kids net goes through 16 counties in iowa. this is one example of a family in the program. it starts up near benton county and goes to the missouri border. officials say the bigger
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biggest need for families. "47:39you always hear families talk about how rewarding it is, i can't imagine i could ever do that, it's a great feeling to help a family find a forever home, or a grow up home, a place where they can grow up." magnison says the best thing to do is to start now. the adoption or foster sign up process can take from 9 months to a year. chris, nicole, coming up in our next half hour, i'll talk about one family who can't imagine th thanks brea. this year, thanks to all those who donated, the fill the plate telethon raised about 15-thousand more dollars than last year. the telethon may be over, but there are still ways you can help seniors in eastern iowa get the food they need. cloudy sky is back and will hold on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this
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i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any
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on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph
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clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day! today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries. wind: w 10-20. low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30 thanks kaj. cloudy sky is back and will hold on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of
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be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph likely. plan on clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day! today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries. wind: w 10-20. low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 m low: 30
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agency on aging partnered to raise thousands of dollars to fill the plate. we got the total back late last night that yesterday's telethon raised $132,066 dollars. all of that money will go towards helping senior citizens who don't have easy, regular access to meals. the heritage agency's senior meal program fills that void by delivering some meals to home-bound seniors and offering food year, that totaled more than 320-thousand meals for seniors in need. the telethon may be over, but you can still help out. we have a link on how to volunteer or donate to heritage on our website. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. we have learned the city of coralville approached trader joe's about putting in a store after years of people asking for one. trader joe's announced earlier this week that it would open in the iowa river landing district sometime in the second half of
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consultant says the company's decision to move to the area is a testament to what the district has become. trader joe's sells a variety of domestic and imported foods and beverages at low prices. the environmenta protection agency has finalized the renewable fuel standard. but in today's agribusiness report, experts say it's not going to immediately help corn prices. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---. welcome to the agribusiness
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targets.. are finally back on track.. last week.. the environmental protection agency finalized the renewable fuel standard or r-f-s.. for next year.. reaching the target of 15 billion gallons for ethanol.. much higher than the proposal.. though.. that may not immediately help out corn
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association.. there's a lot of corn this year.. "but it definitely puts an upward pressure on corn demand and corn prices, which is good for farmers. it sends a signal to retailers saying hey we are going to get these higher blends out there and i think it gets the rfs back on track for the handoff to the next administration and so we are very excited about that." biodiesel.. is also part of the r-f-s final numbers.. the iowa biodiesel board reports right now there are 12 plants in the state of iowa with the capacity to produce more than three hundred 20 fuel... which is about three hundred 45 million in gdp to the state of iowa... "it means 63-70 cents a bushel price of soybeans to farmers, it means lower soybean meal prices to livestock producers for lower feed costs, so it's a win-win-win all the way around for the entire iowa economy." shaw.. with the i-r-f-a says he's disappointed the epa did not set the biobased diesel number higher, they ended up at two point one billion gallons for 2018.. this year.. biobased diesel will produce close to two point five.. which is what the industry asked the epa for..
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"it was not intended to maintain the status quo, or to lag what was going on in the marketplace, so we think the epa really did miss the boat in not pushing further forward with the biodiesel the advanced biofuel category is a bright spot for biodiesel in the r-f-s.. they were only expecting 4 billion gallons.. and the epa raised that to 4.28 billion.. iowa's biodiesel counts as some
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advanced biofuels.. but it has to compete with sugarcane ethanol for that target. "so we think biodiesel volumes are going grow even more so than what people have initially proposed because of the advanced biofuel
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for stopping by.. i'll be back here again tomorrow. ---- 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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on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as likely. plan on clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries.
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cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30 with winter on its way, now's the time to take care of small, but essential home projects. we check out the fall home maintenance checklist in today's angie's list report. "the first sign of cold is a
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and an easy, do-it- yourself way to do that is to take a candle around in front of the windows lit and if it flickers, then you probably have a draft that needs attention. " "hosing it down is a bad idea. the water is not your friend. it gets into the electronics and starts corroding the contacts. it also starts to corrode any metal parts that are exposed to the water, and it will actually flush grease out of the bearings. " one of the first things in preparing for the seasonal change is to check your insulation. if you can see the wood beams in your attic, it's time to add more. caulking cracks is an easy task with a good caulk gun. this is also when you need to make sure your gutters are clear of leaves and debris. you should also service your furnace and change the filter one last trick: get a roof inspection. finding and repairing minor damage now could save you after a long, harsh winter. for more tips, check out angie's list dot com.
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people who died in a car crash are planning memorials and services. they say one of the most difficult parts will be telling the victim's children what happened. one eastern iowa family decided raise two more children on top of the three they already had. they encourage more families to adopt. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's ---. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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early morning news. "i know she knows something is wrong i know she just doesn't know what. " families of two crash victims are struggling to tell the victim's children what happened. iowa senator chuck grassley is getting to know donald trump's pick for attorney general. he had positive things to say about jeff sessions.
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homes every year. that's why an organization is putting out the call for more help. good wednesday morning! it's 530 on november 30th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast,k cloudy sky is back and will hold on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph likely. plan on clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries. wind: w 10-20. low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30
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died in a crash on i-380 say they trying to help their children understand what happened. 21-year-old martrell watson leaves behind a young daughter. so does his passenger, 22-year-old kaitlyn hall. hall's mother says the couple was also expecting a child together. watson was driving an s- u-v early saturday morning when it hit the center guard rail on the s curve. the vehicle then rammed into the back of a police s- u-v. as tv9's samantha myers reports, those close to watson say they don't know how his
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watson has a five year old daughter with says it was like losing her own son. watson lived with her family since he was 13. she says he had a special bond with his daughter marianna. they haven't told her yet what happened because they want to wait until his family comes from illinois. " 12:49:02;26 "i think any child that grows up without a father impacts them tremendously. i think it's just going to be very sad for her especially it's a christmas, thanksgiving holidays this is going to be a sad memory now that's supposed to be happy and family oriented." " the family has set up a gofundme page to go toward funeral and other expenses. the family is planning a vigil for watson on thursday. they'll decide on funeral services at a later date. in the newsroom, samantha myers, kcrg- tv9 news. kaitlyn hall's mother says she's just trying to stay strong for her 2-year-old
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too young to understand what happened. she says she's remembering kaitlyn as someone who loved to sing and dance. as she gets ready to bury her daughter on sunday, hugh says she's planning for her granddaughte r's future. ""i'm just gonna have to give her the best life that i can. we have a huge support system and family. she'll have more parents then she is going to want."" odie's bar and grill in ely, where hugh works, held a fundraiser for the family yesterday. donations. friends and supporters will raise money today for a man cedar rapids police shot and seriously injured. on november first, officer lucas jones pulled over jerime mitchell near coe college for a traffic violation. police say the two men got into some sort of altercation. jones fired his gun at mitchell who was still inside his car. mitchell's family says the shooting paralyzed him. linn county supervisor stacey walker will talk at the benefit tonight. it's at the african american museum in cedar rapids
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support mitchell's family. the unitypoint clinic urgent care facility in cedar falls is set to move to a new location. the new facility will open at 5100 prairie parkway and will be available for patients 7 days a week. their hours are from 8 a-m until 8 p-m. the urgent care clinic will offer walk-in and after-hours care for non-emergency situations. other clinics, like family medicine, o-b-g-y-n, and a pharmacy will open at the facility within the next 6 weeks. foster and adoptive familie children each year in iowa. according to iowa kids net, 400 people in the area are creating safe, permanent connections between kids and families. but the group says that's not enough. kcrg-tv nine's brea love joins us. brea, where is iowa kids net looking for more families? chris and nicole, they're looking for homes from benton county to the missouri state line. that area includes 16 counties across iowa. there's 160 families in linn county and 71 in johnson
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families. lisa metzler has five children, and her youngest two are adopted. armando is 14, and tristan is 7. both of them have special needs. "35:14that's kind of the area, where we felt we were kind of called to do. to kind of take care of those kids who might have those needs, where other families might not be able to or be willing to do that." since 2000, the metzlers fostere more than 50 children all while raising "37:00they've just kind of grown up having kids in and out of the house and i think it's been really a good experience for them to see what their life is like, compared to what other kids have to go through." armando and tristan started in the foster program. they've been in the family since they were babies. metzler says its rewarding to see how far they've come. for those looking to adopt or foster, iowa kids net says the best advice is to start now. "43:29it's not really hard to do, but it does take time. you want to make sure that you're making a good decision for your family and we're making a good decision about what the
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options, there's plenty of resources across eastern iowa. "44:48there's no stigma about that, there needs not to be. giving your child the best life for them or helping them find a family that could be a parent for them is amazing." the metzlers are an example of an open adoption. both tristan and armando's families are still in their lives, which just gives them more adults to love and support them. "38:43we have so much that we can give to other kids, to give them love, to give them stability in their life, and try to help them through the trauma whatever it is their going through at this time." month, but now that the month is over, there's still things you can do. i've placed the information on how to inquire about adoption and fostering under this story on kcrg dot com. for the first time, a donald trump cabinet nominee met with a member of congress on capitol hill. iowa senator chuck grassley met
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attorney general yesterday. jeff sessions is a republican senator from alabama who sits on grassley's senate judiciary committee. in the meeting, grassley praised sessions connections. " he knows the justice department well, not only from serving on the judiciary committee and having oversight and policy for that department as a senator, but he has had a long relationship as a u.s. attorney and other positions within the department of justice. to hold a confirmation hearing before the inauguration on january 20th. the 2nd finalist for president of the university of northern iowa is someone who's very familiar with the campus. today, he's meeting with people around u-n-i. jim wohlpart is already serving as u-n-i's interim president. he was previously the university's provost. yesterday afternoon, the first finalist, neil theobald, attended a forum on campus. he is the former president of temple university in philadelphia.
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seniors in eastern iowa. with your help, the heritage area agency on aging raised that money during our fill the plate telethon. the organization offers meals at several dining sites and delivers meals to seniors who are home bound in seven counties in eastern iowa. and if you want to volunteer to help, you can do that on our website, or contact heritage at are spending more holiday shopping money online. cyber monday's total beats last year's figure, but it comes in second for the holiday weekend for
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on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon and evening. accumulation will not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph likely. plan saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25.
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low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30 thanks kaj. cloudy sky is back and will hold on the rest of the week. in addition, we are still on track for a few snow showers, primarily this afternoon not be much of an issue, though areas north of i-80 will be at risk for a quick quarter inch in any moderate bursts of snow that occur. the wind will be blowing as well, with gusts around 25mph likely. plan on clouds to hold on tight through saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no
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wind: w 10-20. low: 32 tomorrow: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30 thanks kaj. mcdonald's may start cooking
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but first the golden arches will test it in one part of the country as it tries to win back customers. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's --.
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companies like unitedhealth group. and no thanks to the declines in energy companies. the final figures are in for how much cyber monday shoppers spent. people spent $3.45 billion dollars. that's a new online record. adobe digital insights said year compared to 2015. people also spent 34% more while shopping on their mobile devices. it was still $130 million dollars less than what people spent on mobile devices on black friday. consumer confidence is now at the highest level since july of 2007. the conference board announced its index is now at 107-point-1. officials completed the survey before election day, but a sample of post- election responses show the outcome did not affect optimism.
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pounder burgers. 75 restaurants in tulsa, oklahoma will make the burgers to order. this is not the first change to food mcdonald's has made in recent months. during the last year and a half, it has removed high fructose corn syrup from its buns and stopped using margarine instead of butter. food manufacturer , kellogg, says it will no longer advertise on breitbart dot com. one of president- elect donald trump's top aids, steve bannon, formerly ran the site. some say the site has racist, sexist, and ani- publicly called out the site's advertisers. it's here's a live look at on our city cam.
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saturday with our next area of low pressure set to arrive on sunday. accumulating snow is possible with that system over parts of the area. have a good day!today: chance of light snow. little or no accumulation. wind: w 15-25. high: 38 tonight: scattered flurries. wind: w 10-20. cool. wind: w 10-15 high: 37 tom. night: cloudy and cool. wind: nw 5-10. low: 30 thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top
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the families of the two people who died in a crash on i-380 in cedar rapids are planning memorial services. 21-year-old martrell watson lost control of the car and hit a police s- 22-year- old kaitlyn hall. watson and hall each had a young daughter. hall's mother says they were also expecting a child together. many are waiting to see who president- elect donald trump will pick for secretary of state. he had dinner with mitt romney, who is a contender, last night. trump is also celebrating a win after getting carrier, the air conditioning company, to agree to stay in the u-s instead of moving to mexico.
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tonight on the road against undefeated notre dame. the hawkeyes playing without tyler cook out three weeks with a fractured finger.. iowa started 3 freshman and checkout the post up move by former wahlert all- stater cordell pemsl.. and the freshman jordan bohannon hit a couple of bombs. last years mister basketball from linn-mar had a team high 23.. and iowa falling in love with three early nicholas bear connects.. but this matt farrell blow by all of sudden notre dame had a 14 point lead.. but another good run for iowa in the second half and pemsl with back to back buckets to give the hawks a 52-50 lead.. cordell with 18..but notre dame got to many open looks down the stretch and they beat iowa 92-78. jok just 4-20 shooting. the big 10 conference announced their all-big 10 defensive team today and the big man in the
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first team selection by the coaches and second team media.. last years jim thorpe award winner desmond king was a unanamous first team selection at defensive back.. even though they did throw at him a lot when they did it was a mistake and he made them pay..desmond also second team on returns.. and the leading tackler in the big 10 josie jewell was a second team selection at linebacker by the coaches and the media.. ron coluzzi was named third team punter and parker hesse greg mabin and nathan mention. some sad news to pass along.. one of the greatest iowa high school football players of all-time jerry moses senior died today at the age of 63. moses was a two time all state running back at waterloo east in 69 and 70. he also played for the cyclones but his college career was cut short by injuries.. his son j.j went on to be a star player at iowa state. our condolences go out to the moses family. the high school basketball
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starts our coverage at north linn with a girl-boy double header. ladies first...both teams won their season openers...let's pick this up in the third, madison osborn hits the floater, but the pirates trailed 38-16. the lynx with some talented freshman including grace flanagan who buries the corner 3. then it's grace's twin sister abby driving the lane to give north linn a 27 point lead. more from abby, this time from the outside. she finished with 27. lynx win the girls game 66-38. boys action, after giving up izic mackey through the lane for 2. north linn getting it done on both ends. jake hilmer with the steal. he goes coast-to-coast plus the foul. then hilmer fires the ball inside to ryan miller for the easy bucket. lynx in total control, david seber on the drive as north linn takes the boys game 76- 38. from troy mills, scott
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tonight at linn-mar. the lions hosted city high and future cyclone ashley joens. they came out bombs away ally johnson connects from the top of the key.. and then the future cyclones joens answers from behind the arc.. and then acie's daughter kenya shows off her shooting touch and back and forth they went.. freshman carly printy with the splash from the corner.. yes another printy at linn mar and she is gonna be a good one.. but earl with the nice drive and city on kcrg 9.2 tonight vinton shellsburg hosted dyersville beckman and with time running down in the first quarter riley legrand beat the buzzer.. i heard him call bank..blazer led 11-8..the vikings answer on the run and wes edwards finishes.. but too much legrand he can do it all scoring off the break and beckman beat vinton shellsburg 60-46.
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starting off with a live look at . it's wednesday, november 30th. here's what you need to know today. 12:48:07-:12"the sun rises and sets with her dad. she was definitely a daddy's girl. " the victims of saturday's crash on i-380 are leaving behind two children as their loved ones try to deal with the loss. many bakken oil pipeline protesters say they plan that's despite an order from the u-s army corps of engineers with a december 5th deadline. president-elect donald trump is celebrating what he calls " a great deal for workers". an air-conditioning company has agreed to stay in the u-s. iowa kids net is asking for more families to foster or adopt children in the state. last year, they had more children in need of homes than places available. thanks to your donations the fill the plate telethon has raised more than $132,000 dollars. the money will provide meals to

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