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training exercise in virginia. one iowa state senator is working on legislation to make a database that would send out notices to people who don't have car insurance. the penalty - losing your license. some in cedar rapids have been seeing dollar bills with some strange markings. now the secret service is on the case. and the kansas city royals are world series champions for the first time in 30 years. they beat the new york mets in extra innings to take the crown. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a really nice monday all across eastern iowa. highs today will
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generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day!today: mostly sunny high: 71-77 winds: sw 10-15 alo: 73 dbq: 70 iow: 74tonight: mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50 lawmakers in iowa want to make sure every driver in the state is insured. the law says if you don't have car insurance, you could face penalties. but some say a lot of people aren't getting that needed coverage. "17:35:45 i think it's a bigger problem then most people
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realize, nearly one in five on the upper end of our statistics. some believe it might be one in four." iowa state senator jeff danielson says the current law is passive because people don't get caught unless there's a crash or unless someone gets pulled over. he's working on legislation to create an uninsured motorist database that would send out notices to people who aren't following the law, threatening a license revocation. it's an effort to reduce the number of drivers without that insurance coverage. the cedar rapids police department says about 11-percent of the total number of citations are insurance-related. agents say there's a way you can help to protect yourself. "17:19:39 we always recommend uninsured, underinsured motorist coverage just for that situation where if you got hit by an uninsured motorist or somebody that didn't have enough coverage then your policy would kick in and held cover the bodily injuries associated with that accident." many people have had to face
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paying for damages on their own when they get into an accident and the other person is not insured. you can learn more about those personal stories under this story on kcrg dot com. friends and family are preparing to say their final goodbyes to an army reservist from cedar rapids. sergeant shawn laurion's funeral is set for tomorrow at the murdoch funeral home. the 44-year-old was getting ready for his first deployment. but he died of a heart attack during a training exercise in virginia last monday. fellow soldiers escorted him home from the des moines international airport saturday night. " it meant the world to us. these were people who were strangers except for being fellow americans and that at that moment felt like a really important bond " sergeant shawn laurion leaves behind a wife, two children, and two grandchildren. governor branstad's effort to privatize iowa's medicaid program is moving forward despite growing criticism. tomorrow, a legislative oversight committee will
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whether to privatize medicaid. brandstad says private management will mean more streamlined service at a lower cost. some critics are concerned about the projected cost savings and if patients will still received the care they need. iowa's medicaid program provides care to poor children, families and those with disability challenges, as well as some low-income adults. the u-s secret service is calling it mutilated money. a stamp of a face is appearing on dollar bills around the country, and people in cedar rapids are noticing. tv-9's forrest saunders is live in cedar rapids this morning. forrest, what does this stamp look like? it's a black colored stamp of a man's face in glasses. it's placed in exactly the same spot on each bill. right on top of the "o" of the word "one" on the back of the bill. the viewer who sent us this photo said about 40 of the bills were found at a local auto parts store, which got them from a u-s bank.
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a secret service spokesperson said assuming the $1's are real, this is considered mutilated currency. it's illegal, and the person behind it could be fined and or face six months in prison. when the bills get back to the federal reserve banks, they'll be removed from circulation and replaced with new ones. but the be question for those who found the money, who is the stamp supposed to look like? "there's a guy on it, i thought he looked like spike lee, famous movie producer. my other friend thought he looked like kayne west. either way, i said i don't want to spend that dollar. " the secret service said it hadn't seen the face stamped bills at h-q in d-c. officials said it still could be showing up in major cities across the country, but it's likely it's confined to our area or region. you've probably seen stamped currency before. a popular one, where's george?. it was a website dedicated to tracking money. after a secret service investigation in 2000, they stopped selling
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rubber stamps used to mark bills and advertise the website. live in downtown cedar rapids, forrest saunders, kcrg tv-9 news. it's a company that is setting its sights high on the future-- and helping others. for today's made in eastern iowa... we take you inside ellison eyewear in iowa city. "i've always been an entrepreneur, i come from a family of entrepreneurs. " aristotle loumis has always had his eye on the entrepreneurial sky. "from shoveling snow to raking leaves we always found ways to make money. " loumis was inspired by the work of a non-profit, helping provide eye exams to needy kids. he lasered in on an "i"dea... combining that sight-saving help with stylish eyewear... and thus ellison eyewear was born... a global company based in iowa city. "we have an office in greece, we have an office in chicago, but we run the majority of our operations out of iowa." loumis spent time in europe, learning about the trade, design, and most
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importantly-- style. "the howards. it's a european interpretation of the aviator." the company launched august of 2014... so in just more than a year of business.... "we have been able to successfully get into 50 stores within one year, so we're very proud of that." the charitible aspect of the business is still a big focus. "ultimately on the philanthropic side when it comes to our donation we want to build hospitals in impoverished countries, that are helping aid in the fight against preventable blindness. " so even as the company grows and expands internationally-- iowa will always be home base. "you can work with the university, you can work with the students, and the operational costs are a lot lower. you can get a lot more bang for your buck. " we're always looking for businesses to feature and events that support entrepreneurs. if you know of something you think we should feature on made in eastern iowa, email me at ashley dot hinson at kcrg dot
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iowa city recognized three young people as lifesavers. they helped save a man who was trapped in a burning garage back in july. jazzy jones and her two brothers marquelle and javeyel called 911. a short time later, fire fighters arrived - broke down the door, pulled the man out and rushed him to safety. those 6 firefighters earned the department's lifesaver award. late last month the city presented them with lifesaving awards of their own. "they did the right thing, they called 911 and our crews were in good position to be able to, well, save the man's life. " jazzy says if anyone ever has the chance to do something like this you should do it. she also said she felt proud that she could help her community. apple's newest oversized-tablet will hit the market soon. and video--- insta style. what instagram is doing to connect users around specific events... in today's tech bytes.
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eastern iowa. highs today will generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day! today: mostly sunny high: 71-77 winds: sw 10-15 alo: 73 dbq: 70 iow: 74tonight: mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50
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now here's abc's reena ninan
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with this morning's techbytes. trt oc in today's "techbytes," a apple's supersized tablet going on sale. >> on november 11th the tablet has nearly 13-inch screen and works with the new smart keyboard and apple pencil. people on instagram may have noticed a new feature tested this week, a list of cure rated halloween videos. >> the new feature aims to showcase the app's best images based on various themes. and parents, you know this preschoolers are a connected bunch. >> a new study finds most children use mobile devices before they turn 1. >> wow. a study looked at a group of children from a clinic in philadelphia, it also found most 3-year-old and 4-year-olds used devices without help.
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town in egypt. president vladimir putin declared a nationwide day of mourning. experts are trying to understand how this happened. abc's lana zak has the story. tee ganyard/ abc news aviation consultant john nance / abc news aviation analyst lana zak / abc news washington this mornig,th rmans of more than 140 bodies are returning to grief- striken families in st. petersburg, russia. nats among the 224 dead, 25 children....these photos show happy families ready to make their way home from a vacation in the resort town of sharm al shaik, egypt today, authorities are digging deeper into the mystery of what brought down the plane just 23 minutes after take-off. ganyard this happened so quickly so instantaneous ly that we may not be any evidence on those black boxes so what's going
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the ground, howit's ai ot. nats with 8-miles of scattered debris, one theory--a bomb. sot - john nance / abc news aviation analyst "the probability is here with an in-flight breakup that something caused that, something on the order of a bomb or an incendiary explosion of some sort in the airplane." another theory: human error or a problem with the plane. nats the ex-wife of the co-pilot says he had complained about the airbus 321, including on the morning of the crash. and a final theory... could terrorists on the ground have taken out the plane? an isis-linked group claimed respnsbiit, utinelligence officials say they lack the missiles that could take out a plane flying at 31-thousand feet. ganyard the claims from the terrorist groups does not jive with what happened to the airplane. and while terrorism from the ground is doubtful according to experts, several airlines have refused to fly over the region until authorities figure out exactly what went wrong. lz, abcn, w john boehner is looking forward to his first week as a normal civilian. he left the u-s capitol for the last time as a high-ranking member of congress on friday. this weekend, he revealed what he is most looking forward to as a regular joe.
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" dana bash: "what's going to be the best thing about being a civilian?" "i get to walk up to starbucks and back by myself. i get to walk to pete's diner and back by myself. dana bash: "meaning without your security?" "exactly. i can't wait. i can't wait. " wisconsin congressman paul ryan is now the speaker of the house. republican presidential campaigns have a list of demands for future debates. representatives say they want more control over negotiating with tv networks on format - after last week's highly- criticized debate on cnbc. the campaigns met in virginia last night. candidates are demanding a two-hour time limit, 30 seconds for opening and closing statements and equal speaking time for each candidate. they outlined their demands in a letter that will go to debate hosts. the next gop debate is november 10. six young men are reminiscing on a trip of a lifetime. we update you on the long journey they took paddling from the gulf of mexico
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an incredible feat. here's a live look at our citycam. kaj o'mara will be back right after the break with a look at
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meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now with your first alert forecast. plan on a really nice monday all across eastern iowa. highs today will generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day! today: mostly sunny high: 71-77 winds: sw 10-15 alo: 73 dbq: 70 iow: 74tonight: mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50 thanks, kaj. one eastern iowa artist is
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one eastern iowa artist is showing off his own artistic flair. and you can catch a glimpse at his custom creations at places you go every day.
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hello to you on this monday morning on tv-9. you're looking live at on our citycam. it's november second and here's what you need to know today. family, friends and those close to missing waterloo teen moe sed gather for a vigil and pray for his safe return. people are remembering an army reservist from cedar rapids. 44 year old sergeant shawn laurion died from a heart attack during a training exercise in virginia. one iowa state senator is working on legislation to make a database that would send out notices to people who don't have car insurance. the penalty - losing your license. some in cedar rapids have been seeing dollar bills with some strange markings. now the secret service is on the case. and the kansas city royals are
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world series champions for the first time in 30 years. they beat the new york mets in extra innings to take the crown. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a really nice monday all across eastern iowa. highs today will generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day!today: mostly sunny high: 71-77 winds: sw 10-15 alo: 73 dbq:
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mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50 today is the first day on the job for the new university of iowa president. businessman bruce harreld starts his five year contract today. the board of regents hired him september 3rd. they chose harreld over 3 other candidates who had more education experience. his only experience was as an adjunct lecturer. since the regents announced their decision, they've faced a lot of backlash. some students and faculty have said harreld is not the right choice for the university. groups protested board meetings demanding the regents reconsider. the new president has asked everyone to give him a chance. this morning, minimum wage
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county are earning more than the rest of the state. the wage is now 8 dollars and 20 cents. that's a 95 cent increase from the statewide minimum wage of 7-25. the new law went into to effect yesterday for the start of the month. back in september, the county's board of supervisors passed an ordinance to raise the minimum wage. it will happen in three installments. the next increase will come in may and will boost the minimum wage to 9 dollars and 15 cents. the final increase will go up to 10-10 an hour - it will take effect january 20-17. cities have the option to opt out of the county minimum wage ordinance. shueyville, solon and swisher will stay at 7-25. people in cedar rapids have noticed some bills with a new face. but it's not a new face printed on the bill. it's a face someone stamped on the one dollar bill. in downtown cedar rapids. forrest, the u-s secret
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that's right. but they're unsure what the image means. could be art. or advertisement . or someone is just doing it for fun. but the secret service calls it illegal. here's what we're talking about. each of these one dollar bills has a black colored stamp of a face, placed on the "o" of the word "one" on the back. the viewer who sent us this photo said about 40 of the bills were found at a local auto parts store, which got them from a u-s bank. a secret service spokesperson said "assuming the $1's are genuine, this is mutilated currency." that mean's when it gets back to the federal reserve banks, the bills will be removed from circulation and replaced with new ones. it's illegal, and the person behind it could be fined and or face six months in prison. those who found the cash said that seemed steep. " i think that's ridiculous. i've drawn on washington's face before. to go to prison for that, i think is just
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you've probably seen stamped currency before. a popular one, where's george?. it was a website dedicated to tracking money. after a secret service investigation in 2000, they stopped selling rubber stamps used to mark bills and advertise the website. the secret service said it hadn't seen the face stamped bills at h-q in d-c. officials said it still could be showing up in major cities across the country, but it's likely it's confined to our area or region. guys? tv-9's forrest saunders. thanks a lot. inside corner, the royals, 2015 world champions that about says it all. the kansas city royals clinched the world series title last night at citi field in new york. the royals were down two to nothing in the top of the ninth and came back to tie the mets. they went on to win it seven to two in 12 innings. " you can't describe this
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feeling. it couldn't have happened to a better group of guys. wouldn't want to be celebrating here with a different bunch. it's just unbelievable, the resiliency of this group all year. to bounce back after a tough season last year and come back and be world champions, you can't even describe it " this is the royals first world series title in 30 years. catcher salvador perez took home the m-v-p title. this morning, we're wrapping up a journey that we told you about last march. six young men were determined to canoe from ocean. as tv9's john campbell tells us, the adventure has come to an end. i went in not expecting a whole lot because then don't meet your expectations it is harder to keep going. there would be no let down for jarred moore companions for the arctic ocean. day waking up you
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wonder what it is going to be like around the next bend. for starters they paddled up the mississippi river in february and march. there were some tough days. we had to pack everything up. we covered two miles. stopped covered in ice because spraying on up on us. everyone was miserable. moore says the six some became a family of sorts you get along, you move together with the same purpose have each others' backs. you also bicker and fight like a family as well over little things that don't matter. by the end of the day you are over it. potential disagreement s such as do we paddle or do we rest were always settled by a vote. if i was a tie we had a coin flip. sometimes you lost and you'd be grumbling for two hours. democracy saved the day on their longest portage. 12
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carried their canoes and packs we tried to do it in one push so we didn't have to come back and grab things. we got six miles. can we vote on this? it was killing us. really heavy. we had boats and packs on our backs at the same time. then there was time in northern canada that they were blown off a lake for three days. the first day it rained the entire day. we were in tents 24 hours. you do stir crazy.. moore , who had one bout of food poisoning , says seeing canada from a canoe for four months was something few people get to experience.. they saw scenes like this..and caught fish like this...and when the current and the winds were right.oh my. in all, they covered 5 thousand, two 30 miles in 240 days..the first to ever link all these rivers and lakes of north america. when you go back and look at a map..and see how far you went on your own manpower in a canoe it is pretty
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see that we as humans can do that. the re-discover north america crew took hours of video. they hope to release a documentary next spring. an artist in cedar rapids likes to add his own special flair to area restaurants santiago sanchez looks at a restaurant's existing color scheme and then creates custom tables to match. he owns a shop in cedar rapids where he starts with basic materials. then sanchez applies the design and special coating to each table. 21:04:30 ""taste of india has all my tables. and i have designed a lot of restaurants. most of the restaurants in town that are mexican restaurants, some indian restaurants, some japanese restaurants." " sanchez is also licensed to create custom tables with college team logos.
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are getting a helping hand this morning. and it's all thanks to a shooting range and those looking to expose veterans needs in the community. up next... this morning's weather wise question. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now.
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plan on a really nice monday all across eastern iowa. highs today will generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day!today: mostly sunny high: 71-77
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mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50
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a fire at a university of iowa dorm forced many a fire at a university of iowa dorm forced many students out in the cold on friday night. we'll have an update on how many are still dealing with the aftermath. that and more still to come
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family, friends, and others close to a missing waterloo teenager are praying for his safe return. no one has seen 18-year- old moe sed for a week and a half. supporters gathered at the first baptist church in waterloo for a vigil for sed yesterday. the west high school student was last seen october 22nd. police issued an "operation locate" during the search. now, sed's parents and teachers say they hope faith can help. "we worry every minute, every hour, and we support each other mom, dad, brother. we hope that we can do it. i think that we can find him." "its been really difficult you never dream that one of your
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and you have to help look for them, and do whatever you can to help his family and support them." everyone at the service last night lit a candle, and took home a flyer in hopes that someone might find sed. we have an operation quickfind for a 14-year-old girl in cedar rapids. laney curfman was last seen around 1 yesterday morning at her home in the 100 block of 38th street ne. she has a medical condition - and had been off her medication. if you've seen her, call 319 - 286 - 5491. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. investigators say a fire at a university of iowa residential hall appears to be an accident. u-i officials say 2 students are living in temporary housing after the fire at slater hall this weekend. firefighters responded to the building around 1:30 saturday morning and fought the fire on the 9th floor of the dormitory. sprinkler systems went off in part of the building, helping crews contain the fire to one room. no one was injured.
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most students returned to their rooms shortly after crews put out the fire. the cedar falls city council plans to discuss plans for a major project by western home communities. according to the waterloo cedar falls courier, the council will vote tonight on the final plan for a 42 million dollar wellness and community center. prairie winds will have 75 apartments for seniors, a nursing staff, a spa, restaurant and outpatient therapy. it will also feature event space that can seat up to 400 people. the center would be on 16 acres on the southeast corner of the western home's south main street campus. that's at main street at hyacinth drive. a hiawatha shooting range is helping veterans who are in need of food. midwest shooting hosted its first food drive yesterday. the business will donate the cash and cans to the iowa veterans food pantry. people got a raffle ticket for a drawing for more than three thousand dollars worth of prizes for every dollar or item donated.. midwest shooting says
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it organized the food drive to let people know of veterans' needs. "the veterans give a lot and some aren't necessarily aware that they give even after they come home with food hardships and other things so we just kind of feel like it's a group that gets overlooked after they leave the service." midwest shooting is collecting cans and money until november 10th. high school football playoffs continue tonight in eastern iowa. all three cedar rapids schools advanced to the second round for the first time in history. we'll have a full recap of scores on the tv-9 news at 10 and a special monday edition of friday night lights endzone at 10:30. here's our morning mugshot on your monday. it's st. paul's united methodist church's "oh what fun" holiday fair. the fair is this wednesday and thursday at the church on third avenue southeast in cedar rapids. there is a family dinner on wednesday from five to seven. adults are eight dollars, kids three and under are three dollars. enjoy a luncheon on thursday from 10 to
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two. tickets are 15 dollars. call 319-447-1147 to r-s-v-p. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com. " "
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here's what you need to know as you head out the door on your monday morning. minimum wage workers in johnson county are earning more than the rest of the state. the county minimum wage is now 8 dollars and 20 cents. the next increase will be next may and will boost the minimum wage to 9 dollars and 15 cents. the final
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increase will take effect january 20-17 and will bring the wage to 10-10 per hour. today is businessman bruce harreld's first day on the job as the university of iowa's new president. the board of regents hired him on september 3rd. they chose him over three other candidates that had more education experience. some groups at the university have demanded the board reconsider its choice. and the kansas city royals are the 20-15 world series champions. the team came from behind, down by two runs in the ninth inning to tie the game against the new york mets. then won, seven to two in extra innings. catcher salvador perez takes home the m-v-p title. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... plan on a really nice monday all across eastern iowa. highs today will generally be in the 70-75 range from northeast to southwest. plan on a southwest wind of 10-15 mph. overall, it's tough to beat this in november! this pattern should continue through wednesday, with a storm system set to move across the area later thursday and especially thursday
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night. rain will likely accompany this system into friday morning with a return to cooler, more seasonable conditions for the weekend. have a great day! today: mostly sunny high: 71-77 winds: sw 10-15 alo: 73 dbq: 70 iow: 74tonight: mostly clear low: 45-51 winds: s 5-10 alo: 45 dbq: 45 iow: 48tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 68-74 winds: s 10-15 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 71tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 47-53 winds: s 5-10 alo: 52 dbq: 50 iow: 50 manchester citycam manchester citycam we certainly hope your is off to a good start. good morning america is next. and we'll be back with a local news update at 7:25. also make sure to join us at eleven for the kcrg-
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good morning, america. breaking news. midair mystery. new details this morning on the passenger jet that fell apart more than 30,000 feet in the air. the airline saying moments ago, the crash was not caused by a structural failure. that something else caused the tragedy. investigators sifting through the wreckage. across eight miles on desert searching for answers. deadly storms slam the south. reported tornadoes touching down overnight.
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