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information. another great day is in store pressure will keep clear skies also stay mild. highs will be in remain in the 40s, a good 10 monday into monday night, but we the 7 day forecast.
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darrell lanier died after being shot multiple times. he was found behind franklin street tuesday morning. police say he had multiple surgeries, but died from internal injuries. a man is arrested, accused of breaking into a waterloo home on prospect boulevard in the middle of the night. police say a woman woke up to a man inside her bedroom - and the guy ran out. officers on scene were able to after. investigators say he was able to a chair and going in through a window. we're learning more about the man accused of murdering two iowa police officers. a judge had ordered scott greene to move out of his mom's basement hours beore the shootings. greene was having serious money problems. this week, a judge said he had physically hit and exploited his mother financially. he was told to return 10-thousand dollars to her.
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shot to death in central iowa. a gun found by a search dog in the woods is believed to be the weapon used. des moines police say no person would've found the gun. it's another key piece of what happened yesterday was calculated murder of two law- enforcement officers. plain and simple. that's the reality. if someone wants to argue that reality with me, my office is two doors down." hours after the shootings on wednesday mog turned himself in to a dnr continuing coverage: two people have died -- and three others have serious injuries after a crash in linn county. it happened near county home and north troy roads yesterday afternoon. authorities say a pickup and a car were waiting to make a turn.. when they were both rear-ended by a different truck. the victims' names haven't been released yet. a linn mar teacher is arrested, accused of sending lude
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police say 26- year-old marcus cain admitted to sending an obscene picture to a student. cain was a teacher at four oaks at the time, the student attended linn marr high school. a former iowa substitute teacher -- involved in a sex scandal with a student -- pleads not guilty to felony charges. former cedar rapids washington high teacher - mary beth haglin - entering the written not guilty plea to sexual exploitation. she admitted to having a relationship with a 17-year-old student while teaching at the school. today... the 2016 national farm toy show kicks off in dyersville. the show is filled with toys... .displays and exhibits dedicated to teaching people how farming has changed over the years. thousands of people from all over the world come to dyersville for this event. for many... this show is all about the people you meet... and about the past. "it's definately a big factor is
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people remember. a lot of the remembering our past." the farm toy show starts today at two... and runs through sunday. tickets are 10 dollars for general admission . decision 2016: this election looks as if it may come down to voter turnout. polls have narrowed in battleground states - even though nationally - hillary clinton has a lead.. it's the final days of the hillary.. look talk about leadership.. what leadership? donald trump repeating his accusation that hillary clinton would put the white house up for sale.. and hammering her on a re- newed f-b-i investigation into her email controversy. sot on her illegal server. clinton told supporters a vote for trump would mean approval of his
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in voter intimidation. sot: hillary clinton/ (d) presidential nominee :37-:48 the best way to repudiate the bigotry and the bluster and the with the biggest turnout in american history. a new national washington post / abc news tracking poll shows the gap widening between clinton and trump slightly. she is up by 3 points, but still within the margin of error. this as new concerns over whether your vote may be the decentralized nature of voting makes the outcome difficult to change through cyber-warefare, according to republican party spokesman sean spicer. sot sean spicer / rnc this sort of ability to do what a lot of the still, officials are preparing for possible hacks that could affect the power grid, internet, social media, audio outcue: edward
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be in eastern iowa in support of clinton. he's holding a rally in iowa city this afternoon at college green park. it starts at 2:45 -- doors open at 1:45. after that -- he'll hold a rally at uni's maucker union. that starts at 4:45 -- with doors opening at 3:45. also -- donald trump will be back in iowa this weekend. he plans to make a stop in sioux city on sunday. former presidential candidate ted cruz joined trump's v-p mike pence in warren county yesterday. february. he focused on keeping republican control of the senate and defeating hillary clinton. the state department has released its latest batch of e-mails from the f-b-i's investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server. thursday's release was part of a court order. nearly 13-hundred pages of e-mails came out. an additional 350 pages of e-mails are expected to be released today. coming up... one eastern iowa family gives birth during the tense game seven of
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we'll be right back with your got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl news at noon" "now your storm track 7 forecast on kwwl." let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for your
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: good afternoon i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. another great day is in store for weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today...
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clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... and through the weekend! high pressure will kee days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... and through the weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a
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fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy monday into monday night, but we dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... and through the weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and a good 10 degrees above normal. here's the storm track 7 day forecast. highs will be in the 60s with lows in the 40s over the next seven days. slight chance for rain on monday. we will have a quiet election day. and we are taking a live look
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now of the big celebration going seven days. slight chance for rain on monday. we will have a quiet election day. right now of the big celebration going on in chicago. as you can see -- many people
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we'll be right back after this. we'll be right back after this. vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. we need to build an economy that works for the middle class. instead of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes for the middle class and small business.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy.
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he's going like "i don't remember!? we've said that many times about fans here in eastern iowa. many of us have learned to love the team through our parents or grandparents. kwwl's brad hanson tells us about the cubs' newest fan. screams heard throughout the midwest, after the cubs win their first world series in 108 years. at mercy hospital in
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screaming it's okay buddy benjamin matthew jansen decided if the cubs were going to make history, he wasn't going to miss it. "so we had family, you know, waiting 70 years, 80 years. he waited less than two hours." about the time he was making his first apperance, this happened.. "for a split second i'm disappointed, but then i things, here's my newborn boy, it doesn't matter. hopefully they win, but this is more important." the gender of their mystery--and they were a bit surprised to learn the list, but ultimately, found their inspiration from the world series m-v-p--ben zobrist. "then he hits this double down the left field line, and we just that would be a good first name. i mean, we already liked that name." and less than two hours after matt was blessed with his second son, cubs win the world series! his favorite team rewrote history. "i don't know if i can top it. i mean, having a kid is amazing no go cubs go, go cubs go
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i mean, we already liked that name." and less than two hours after matt was blessed with his second son, cubs win the world series! his favorite team rewrote history. "i don't know if i can top it. i mean, having a kid is amazing no matter what, but it was almost the same feeling twice, but in a short period of time." go cubs go, go cubs go matt says they'll celebrate every year on november second -- for their son's birthday of course, but also the anniversary of the cubs and take a look at this -- chicago is continuing to celebrate the big win! earlier
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right now of the big celebration going
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to an industry you might not expect. mark barger explains. walking through the front doors... of a building that doesn't exist yet. (sot: douglas gigi, interior architects) "so it is truly like being in a "interior architects"... i'ts all part of the process now. (nats) immersive models traditional 2-d mock ups. (sot: douglas gigi, interior architects) "we use virtual reality as a costs for our clients" a more detailed picture of the final product allows clients to give specific feedback... and see any changes in real-time. (sot: douglas gigi, interior architects) "we would actually deliver a set of goggles they would put those goggles on we would pull up disposable vr attachments can even send the immersive experience to a smartphone. if a full v-r headset isn't handy. right now, the technology's used mainly for commercial spaces, offices and luxury homes... but as virtual reality
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in real estate. (sot: douglas gigi, interior architects) "we are hoping to take it to the next level with google earth" providing not just navigation to buildings.... but through them as well. from digital home tours to remodeling projects virtual reality could break down the walls between imagination and realization. mark barger, nbc news. luxury homes... but as virtual reality evolves... experts see wider use in real estate. interior architects) "we are hoping to take it to the imagination and realization. mark barger, nbc news. coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... a dish that's a sunday special, but can be served any night of the week. but first, a look at your latest numbers from wall street and the farm markets. a few weeks ago we got a recipe in the mail from a viewer
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they also make it every sunday. after we tasted it, we knew we needed to pass this one onto you. we started by cooking some noodles according to the package directions. today, i'm using egg noodles, but you could use whatever pasta you have on hand. while that's draining, we mixed some thawed frozen spinach, cottage cheese, sour cream, parmesan cheese, and
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make sure you really squeeze all the water out of the spinach so your sauce doesn't become too thin. after adding the noodles to the spinach mixture, and giving it a good mix, we dump it into a baking dish. right before it goes into the oven, finish it off with some breadcrumbs tossed with a bit of butter. once it's bubbly hot and the top is nice and crunchy, it's ready to serve. you could even add some cooked chicken or diced ham to it to make it an all-in-one-meal. eth have to go online and get our recipe for "sunday night noodles" so you can make a special sunday dish any night of the week. i'm howard in the mr. food test kitchen, where today we've found a "more nostalgic" way for you to say .
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sometimes, maybe it's worth listening to a politician. take congressman rod blum. on social security, blum doesn't just back the republican special interest agenda-- he's campaigning on it. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum supported benefit cuts by voting to raise
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listen to rod blum: he's putting your security at risk. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. but found in horrific conditions. and... a child is found after missing for years. then... pregnancy and heart complications. one woman's story of survival. good afternoon and thank you for joining us for kwwl news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for
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from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... and through the weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, du remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy sky. there's a slight chance for a few light showers late monday into monday night, but we dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. authorities in south carolina
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a woman who's been missing for two months... they say she was held captive.. and now a search is underway for more potential victims. here's gabe gutierrez. (reporter intro) (nats) this morning, after a harrowing two month ordeal, 30-year old kala brown is free - friends and family calling her rescue a miracle... missing since august along with her boyfriend, charlie carv, pad-locked metal storage container. sot sheriff chuck wright/spartanburg county "it was pretty emotional to say the least when she was found, especially when she was chained like a dog, you know she had a chain around her neck..." (graphic) found on a 100-acre rural property...the container
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30-feet long, by 15 feet wide, by 10-feet high she believes are buried on the spartanburg county ) "we're what we have." authorities found weapons...ammunition....a nd a car they say belongs to brown's boyfriend. but so far -- no bodies. now under arrest...the offender. investigators believe brown and kohlehepp may have been acquainted... sot sheriff chuck brown and carver after several weeks..s love her..." the sheriff says he's expected to be arraigned here later today. and we will continue to follow this story as it develops. police believe they've found the remains of a child who disappeared years ago. police in washington state say they were found encased in concrete in a storage bin. investigators believe the girl died four years ago -- when she was
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mother and stepfather at the time. police say they couple never reported her dead or missing -- and have different stories about how she died. no arrests have been made. the trial is underway for the former police officer accused of shooting an unarmed man. michael slager is charged with shooting and killed walter scott. he shot him eight times after scott ran during a traffic stop. slager faces between 30 years and life in prison if he's convicted of murder. driving more than one-hundred pe the driver -- not ticketed. he's the police chief of an arkansas town -- but he was off duty. this dash cam video shows the officer chatting with the chief after a chase. everybody parted ways. but now -- the mayor of the town believes an investigation is in continuing coverage -- a state capitol building is locked down -- because of dakota access pipeline protestors. a group of about 50 protesters traveled from the camp's standing rock to the capitol grounds in
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they then decided to take a lap around the grounds and continue judicial wing of the capitol building -- trying to talk to the governor. authorities arrested 14 protesters. today, we'll get a better idea of the employment picture across the country. this morning the bureau of labor statistics will release job numbers for the month of october. most economists predict the figure will show about 175-thousand jobs were added last month... jobs that were added in september. the unemployment rate is expected to drop slightly from five- percent to 4.9- percent. imagine going in to have your first baby and waking up two and a half weeks later only to find out your baby is fine but you nearly (sot: daylenis acosta, heart disease survivor) "i never even knew anything pregnancy and being tired." when daylenis acosta went to the emergency room 38 weeks pregnant.. she never knew how much her life would change forever. she had peri partum cardiomyopathy.. but didn't know
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condition brought on by pregnancy. (sot: daylenis acosta, heart disease survivor) "basically, my heart had enlarged and i was dying." (sot: dr. debbie rinde- hoffman, cardiologist) "it doesn't get any more serious than that." cardiologist dr. debbie implanted in her heart. (sot: daylenis acosta, heart disease survivor) "without that device, i wouldn't be here today." despite her heart 20 months old. but daylenis didn't get they put into a medically
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"it was difficult. i'm thankful lot through this entire ventricular assist devices need them for the rest of their lucky. in june, they ex-planted hoffman, cardiologist) "the baby's okay, mom's okay, often you see a heart doctor get choked up. a testament to how sick daylenis was. (sot: daylenis acosta, heart disease survivor) "i'm just thankful thati am if you experience symptoms of chest pain, rapid heartbeat and shortness of breath ... contact
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. iowa is changing. who would have thought that we'd become a major energy producer? or, attract high tech jobs from california?
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've done it together, but we're not done yet. let's go to storm track seven meteorologist now for your forecast forecast. from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen here is additional forecast information from the kwwl st good afternoon i'm meteorologist kyle kiel. another great day is in store see areas of fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy
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monday into monday night, but we dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. and through the weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and to due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy sky. there's a slight chance for a few light showers late monday into monday night, but we dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. and through the weekend! high pressure will keep
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few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and tomorrow with mid 60s on sunday, due to a few more clouds. lows remain in the 40s, a good 10 degrees above normal. a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy sky. there's a slight chance for a few light showers late monday into monday night, but we dry f temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... and through the weekend! high pressure will keep clear skies over us for a few days. we could see areas of fog late each night into the morning hours. but we also stay mild. highs will be in the mid to upper 60s today and tomorrow
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a weak disturbance will track into the state on monday, giving us a partly to mostly cloudy sky. there's a slight chance for a few light showers late monday into monday night, but we dry out for election day. temperatures remain above average in the 60s throughout the 7 day forecast. another great day is in store for the kwwl viewing area today... day forecast. highs will be in first-time parents.raising a and doing it all on your own.even harder. nats "momma loves you. your it's never easy for first-time parents.raising a newborn. nats "are you hungry? is that nats "momma loves you. your grandmas love you." jared buhanan-decker only knows what it's like to childbirth. the couple - was expecting their first baby after 9 years of marriage. but after an emergency c- section.his wife died in the hospital. (sot jared buhanan- without sharry. my home's always been wherever sharry was and she
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whether it's music in recordings, her writings, her journals, her anything like came across files of his wife (sot jared buhanan- decker / first-time father 1:03-1:09) "i tried opening them and i did google searches how to open the files and none of that worked." devastation set in - until one day he got an idea - 'why not ask the internet.' so he headed to reddit - problems. the response. (sot jared buhanan- quick people were to respond. i was hoping, you know, one or two people would, but, you know, hundreds of comments and well wishes." on top of that, about a dozen strangers sent him the fixed files. (sot jared buhanan- decker / first-time father
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the clip is now on repeat in buhanan- decker household. a way to keep mommy's voice around. nats only possible because of strangers online who took the time to click reply. nats coming up ... an eastern iowa man is seeing his life through a new perspective. you are not going to want to miss his story. you're watching kwwl. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page
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vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington
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works for the middle class. instead of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes for the middle class and small business. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message
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decision. a drunk driver drives his pick-up into a motorcycle, killing katlyn derek martie. a judge sentencing the drunk driver to 32 years behind bars. now -- martie is trying to make the best of his life. kwwl's nikki newbrough has his story. working on cars. (nats) it's something derek martie has always enjoyed doing. (nats) even before the bryan cornwell- "i just want you all to know that i'm sorry for everything with all my heart. i mean it. i know nothing that i do will ever make this right." drove drunk
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girlfriend, katlyn leekley. standup- "katlyn and derek were leaving the movie theatre. they were just a few miles from home." nikki voice-"you don't remember it at all?" derek- "nope. i remember leaving the movie theatre and getting on my motorcycle and that's the last i remember." katlyn died in the crash. derek lost his love that day, but didn't loose his fight to keep going. still working on cars waking up and i heard everybody in my room in icu and i was like what are you guys doing in here with the lights off." that accident left derek blind. derek-"i can see maybe ten percent out of my peripheral view out of my left eye only." nikki voice- "that's it?" "that's it. completely blind out of my right eye." but derek didn't let his circumstances define him. "at first it was experimental,
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then me and a buddy started doing engine swaps and doing a little bit of everything." derek says he would give anything to be able to see again. that's why he's decided to head to germany. to try a doctor and proceedure there. it's a chance to restore his visition. "it's a two week process. i've gotten therapeutic sessions where they are going to basically shock my nerves." derek says the recovery rate is 30 to 70 percent.a risk he is willing to take. "i don't have nothing to lose at this point." nothing to lose and maybe a chance to see again. "yeah it sucks. it happened, but you got to be thankful for the things that you do have and not the things that got ripped away from you." in jesup nikki newbrough news seven kwwl.
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soon. if you're interested, we have information on how to help him on our website kwwl dot com. we'll also follow his journey to see if the procedure worked.
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but, the c-d-c says 18 people have become infected with the swine flu, or the h-three n- two-v virus, at state fairs across the us. kim hutcherson has the story. more than a dozen children came down with swine flu after visiting the pig barns at state fairs. that's according children -- were infected with a type of swine flu not seen before in humans. all of them reported some kind of exposure to pigs at agricultural fairs. 13 sa handled or touched the animals, one reported indirect contact, but four said they'd simply passed through the exhibit. all of the patients are now fully recovered and researchers say they've seen no evidence of person-to- person transmission. but they warn that fair organizers should take steps to prevent infections in humans --
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around the swine exhibit, and limiting the time pigs are at the fairground to three days. after petting an animal, children should not be allowed to eat until after they've washed their hands or at least
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forecast. highs will be in the 60s with lows in the 40s over the next seven days. slight chance for rain on monday. we will have a quiet election day. that will do it for us here at
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sometimes, maybe it's worth listening to a politician. take congressman rod blum. on social security, blum doesn't just back the republican special interest agenda-- he's campaigning on it. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum supported benefit cuts by voting to raise social security's retirement age. so if you care about a secure retirement, listen to rod blum: he's putting your security at risk.
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[dramatic music] ? ? >> theresa: weird. grandma? grandma? you said you wanted it's me, theresa. oh, my god. oh, my god, mateo must've sent that message to get me here alone. [suspenseful music] [screams] oh, my god, mom. you scared me to death. >> kimberly: i'm sorry. i'm sorry. i'm sorry. shh. calm down. calm down. >> theresa: you're as bad as dad, sneaking around. >> kimberly: shh. calm down. calm down. hush. hush. you are safe.

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