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first in the nation to pick their favorite presidential candidates tonight. while most are focusing on the presidential candidates, a few spots in eastern iowa have items on the ballot for this week. bond votes could mean more money for school renovations. good monday morning! its 5 o'clock on february 1st. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... we are starting off with some morning fog that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming from the west, we'll likely see more cloos than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the
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midnight, our the southwest. this is a very complicated system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up then a transition to rain and possible thunderstorms may occur before going back to snow once again for the evening and snow amounts will range from little to none over the southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong the system pulls away to the east.today: am fog, mostly cloudy high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 iow: 31tomorrow: 31-37 winds: ene 25-35 alo: 33 dbq: 34 iow: 37tomorrow night: snow likely low: 20-26 iow: 26 thanks kaj. is almost over. tonight people all over the state will choose their favorite presidential candidate. both parties in johnson county arerereparing to take on a lot of people at each location. kcrg-tv 9's brea love joins us live in the newsroom this morning. brea, the parties want to remind caucus goers
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arrive? that's right chris and nicole. the first being to plan out your ride. with the many caucus locations in johnson county, and the high turnout expected for tonight. both the republican and democrats are agreeing everyone needs to plan ahead. parking is expected to be an issue. with democrats and republicans having to share some locations, both party chairs say it will cause problems. they are asking everyone to consider carpooooing, walking, or t ting a bus to get to your location. they also ask for everyone to double check their caucus spot. "it's not always going to be your polling place, it's not always going to the place where you've caucused in the past, because of the crowd sizes we've had in 2008 we had to move to bigger places which may be outside the precinct just to have more room that's big enough to accommodate everybody." parties say the lack of a central community building in the smaller communities is the reason why they have to double up. we have a list of those locations under this
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chris and nicole back to you. thanks a lot brea. if you haven't found your caucus location yet, you can go to a website depending on your party affiliation. the caucuses start tonight at 7. if you're a democrat, you can find your caucus location by typing your address into a website. that's at iowa democrats.or g. if you're a registered republican you first have to find your precinct location. then by using that, you can find the place to caucus at. g-o-p.org. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton is spending her caucus night in des moiois. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy followed the former secretary of state volunteers and staffers in their final push before the caucus. there's a constant chatter inside this marion home, 06:30:52 "arereou going to make it to the caucus on monday? as these hillary clinton campaign volunteers.. 06:31:41 "the doors open at six and the cut off is at seven." work their way through long lists of names and numbers.. 06:26:02 "just wanted to remind you about caucusing monday february first." one dial at a time. "it was standing room only in the kitchen and on the sun porch
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this is an army aimed at getting you, your friends, your family - anyone and everyone - out on caucus night. marilyn rambo opened up her home to dozens of volunteers. hehesun porch is canvassing central - her kitchen table now a phone bank. 06:37:14 "there's a homey feel, just like the caucus homey feel. and there's a large enough space and places for people to go, yet there are a lot of them who just like to be around the table together, making the calls. it's very very busy." but this all extends beyond marilyn's front door. feet walking these volunteers have knocked on thousands of doors. knocking now, they're revisiting anyone they may have missed the first time around. it's an effort deb burns says isn't glamorous. but as a first time caucus- goer herself, she hopes this work will convince others to get out monday night. 06:57:42 "they just have to be there. they don't have to give a speech, they don't have to do anything, st be there. we need their support." support that could make all the difference for any campaign. in marion, sarah mccarthy, kcrg-tv9 news. clinton spent the day
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central iowa. she told supporters in council bluffs that she wants to bring an end to tax evasion. clinton called the crime "corrosive to democracy." "people need to feel the game is not rigged against them, the deck is not stacked against them, they have theheame right and opportunity to go as far as their hard work will take them." mrs. clinton's opponent - who has gained a lot of ground recently - will spend his caucus night in des moines as well. vermont senator bernie sanders thanked voters and volunteers in his marshalltown field office yesterday. he urged the youth to become more involved in the political process. sanders also said iowans have a unique responsibility when it comes to presidential elections. "what they are going to have to say very loudly and clearly to washington, is that we demand a government that represents all of us and not a handful o o wealthy campaign
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and we encourage you to stay with us tonight for complete caucus coverage. we'll have reporters live in des moines and across eastern iowa, along with expert analysis. we'll broadcast live from 8 to 9 p-m on kcrg 9.2. then from 9 all the way through our 10 p-m news, we'll be live right here on our main channel, t-v9. while the caucuses have the most attention, several eastern iowa school districts hope voters turn out for a series of bond votes tomorrow. the college community district will ask voters - once again - to approve a 49 point 5-million dollar bond issue. if approved, the district would add classrooms to the high school and update heating, cooling, and safety systems. last year, a similar bond issue failed by only 58 votes. the waterloo school district is hoping voters approve a 47-million dollar bond issue. the district would use that money for career and technical education programs in a new 35-million dollar career center, near
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waterloo east and west high schools would also receive 6 million dollala each for rerevations. people in denver will once again decide whether to give the o-k to a high school expansion. the disict is asking voters to approve a $7.3-million dollar bond issue, which h uld help pay for r new gym, auditorium, and indoor track. the bond issue narrowly failed in a vote last june. and the springville school district is asking people to approve $4.7-million dollars for 9 elementary school classrooms... administrative office space... a multi-purpose room... and an exploratory technology room. again, voters will go to the polls on these bond issues on tuesday. so stay tuned to kcrg's first alert weather team to stay up-to-date on how the weather could impact you. polls are open from 7 in the morning until 8 o'clock at night. the bond votes take a 60 percent "super majority" to pass. it takes a special kind of person to volunteer at an animal shelter. one in cedar rapids says they owe a lot to their
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that may deposit a lighgh layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late
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west, we'll likely see more clouds than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the lower and middle 30s. after midnight, our storm system will lift in from the southwest. system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up into eastern iowa, then a transition to rain and possible thuerstorms may occur before going back to snow once again for the evening and overnight. snow amounts will range from
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southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong wind will kick in as the system pulls away to the east. today: am fog, mostly cloudy high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 winds: ne 5-10 alo: 27 dbq: 29 iow: 31tomorrow: snow, wintry mix, windy high: 31-37 winds: ene 25-35 alo: 33 dbq: 34 iow: 37tomorrow night: snow likely low: 20-26 winds: n 20-30 alo: 23 dbq: 24
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it takes hundreds of dedicated volunteers just to run one animal shelter. the cedar rapids animal care and control says they couldn't do all that they do without them. cleaning, walking and fundraising. those are just a few examples of the many things the shelter's 197 volunteers take on every day. volunteers do the things that the staff doesn't have the capability to do--- like socializing with the animals. over the past year they put in more than 6,000 hours of volunteer work. "if you take a look at the number of staff, and all the different responsibility we have, and the number of hours in the day, and then the number of animals in house, there's absolutely no way we could get everything done." that's why webber says these volunteers are crucial, and they're always looking for
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application, and come to orientation. the next one is february 24th. the shelter is also holding a "paws for lovov fundraiser on february 13th at the national czech and slovak museum and library in cedar rapids. all proceeds go to helping shelter animals. iowa senator chuck grassley is raising major concerns over a merger announced last year. companies dow and dupont pioneer merging would create a multi billion dollar company. more in today's agribusiness report. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
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agribusiness repodavid geiger. ---- the dowdupont merger announced late last year is taking some heat from the senate judiciary committee.. chairman and iowa senator chuck grassley is raising alarms over the proposal to merge by companies dow and dupont pioneer.. he's
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possible hearings on the anti-trust implications of the move.. saying the judiciary committee has an obligation to review the merger. the merge would create a 95 billion dollar company.. which would split into three separate companies.. all selling as much as a fifth of the worlds pesticides and 40 percent of u-s corn and bean seeds.. grassley says that makes a huge concern because of a potential of reduced competition.. force layoffs.. and the history right here in iowa. "and they better take that into consideration. because they merge, split into three companies. make an agricultural seed company and then want to move all this out of iowa or even move the corporate headquarters out of iowa? no. that stuff should be in iowa." grassley hintedede may be persuading committee members for a call for hearings, adding there are things can be 'embarrassing' for the two firms if they are brought out in
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---- the cattlemen's beef association had meetings last week with a guest terry duffy from the c-m-e.. and stakeholders were logging complaints of high frequency trading, too much volatility, and locking limit too often.. over in the grains.. january turned out to be a net positive.. i talked to analyst dan hueber before the close about the end of the month rallies.. "i think as a whole we're looking at what should be a positive month. now granted, yesterday we seem to have lost a little bit of that glimmer.." "i'm not saying we're showing immediate signs of giving this up but might be pretty difficult to sustain much more strength now as we move into a new month. so there's kind of an old rule of thumb too that if you rally or break into the first week of a month you tend to kind of start unwinding those things" "very volatile trade here in the cattle market for the last several months. personal bias though, the cattle market after breaking down here into mid month has rececped nicely. i like to think the worst of it's
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the time being it's going to be tough to i think post major gains there but when your really add up the whole picture here in the e cattle market. yes we are starting to rebuild herds a little bit, but on the same token, you know the economy continues to grow, although not at a huge pace. i mean the employment numbers are good. all those things would generally say we can look for some decent beef demand." "hog market surprisingly stout continues to advance, now that said i've been kind of thinking we're going to run this rally into just exhaustion." ---- it looks like the e-p-a can't vacate registration for dow agroscience's enlist duo herbicide right now.. a circuit court denied its motion.. last fall the e-p-a filed a petition to remove the label.. which has both 2-4-d and glyphosate.. it was developed to help farmers combat weed resistance.. with the d dial.. farmers can still use the product.. and retailers can still sell it.. enlist duo is registered in
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the market after the e-p-a motion.. however it does still need import approval from china. the e-p-a says it was concerned the combination of chemicals would hurt non-target plants.. ---- and that's it for the show this morning.. thanks for tuning in.. see you tomorrow everyone. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agribusiness section of kcrg.com. you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.46 oc webtease a tiny part of the heart can cause big problems for some. new robotic technology could bring some good news for atrial fibrillation. more on today's healthy life report. stay with tv9. it's ---. we are starting off with some
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that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming in from the west, we'll likely see more clouds than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the lower and middle 30s. after
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storm system will lift in from the southwest. this is a very complicated system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up into eastern iowa, possible thunderstorms may occur before going back to snow overnight. snow amounts will range from little to none over the southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong wind will kick in as the system pulls away to the east.today: am fog, mostly cloudy high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 winds: ne 5-10 alo: 27 dbq: 29 iow: 31tomorrow: snow, wintry mix, windy high: 31-37 winds: ene 2 235 alo: 33 dbq:
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night: snow likely low: 20-26 winds: n 20-30 alo: 23 dbq: 24 iow: 26 atrial fibrillation, or a-fib, is a condition that causes a person's heart to beat out of rhythm. it can cause severe discomfort and may even be a risk factor for stroke. as martie salt shows us, cardiologists are now looking to robotic technology to treat patients. joyce liptrap is an avid
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saving memories of her active life. but it wasn't so active two years ago when joyce started losing her energy. "i would be awakened in the night, or be sitting in the chair, just sitting still doing nothing, or sleeping, and it would just start pounding in my heart." joyce had atrial fibrillation, a problem with the electrical system in her heart. a life-long fluttering feeling was now a serious concern for her and her husband, ronnie. "i told ronnie i wasn't sure if i was dying. i wasn't sure what was happening. it was just so different. a couple of episodes got really bad." cardiac electro- physiologist usman siddiqui needed to perform a procedure called ablation. "usually, either apply heat energy or cold energy to freeze or burn the tissue that is causing the problem." doctor siddiqui used a new robotic system with magnetic navigation that allowed him to operate two devices at the same time. it's called a stereotaxis v-drive duo system. one robotic arm
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allowed doctors to visualize the area. "this is a special kind of ultrasound machine or ultrasound catheter that we put inside the heart so we can have real time pictures." the other robotic arm delivered the catheter to ablate the area. "as soon as i woke up, i knew i felt different. i really didn't feel the heaviness that i had felt." what she did start to feel was more energy. giving her more opportunities to make new memories. i'm martie salt reporting trt 1.35 oc std. doctor siddiqui said the catheters are very soft, almost like noodles, so there is very little chance of creating a hole or perforation during the procedure. he says the biggest benefit to patients is increased safety and accuracy. also, in most cases, doctors can perform procedure in less time, which may mean a shorter hospital stay. voters all over the state will head out tonight to caucus for presidential candidates. in the capitol, news outlets
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thiscaucus day. candidates are making their last efforts to reach iowa voters before they caucus tonight. and iowans get ready for a winter storm that could bring some impressive amounts of snow to eastern iowa. and here's a live look on our citycam.
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alert forecast, kaj... we are starting off with some morning fog that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming in from the west, we'll likely see more clouds than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the lower and middle 30s. after midnight, our storm system will lift in from the southwest. this is a very complicated system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up into eastern iowa, then a transition to rain and possible thunderstorms may occur before going back to snow once again for the evening and overnight. snow amounts will range from little to none over the southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong wind will kick in as the system pulls away to the east.today: am fog, mostly cloudy high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 winds: ne 5-10 alo: 27 dbq: 29 iow: 31tomorrow: snow, wintry mix, windy high: 31-37 winds: ene 25-35 alo: 33 dbq: 34 iow: 37tomorrow night: snow likely low: 20-26 winds: n 20-30 alo: 23 dbq: 24
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after months of preparation, the iowa caucuses are just hours away. with so many people heading out to the caucus locations, both parties agree parking will be an issue. kcrg-tv nine's brea love joins us at the desk this morning. brea, why are the parties concerned? well, chris and nicole there are so many locations for the parties to manage and a lot of people. there are more than 50 caucus locations in johnson county alone. large crowd sizes from 2008, forced the parties to think of bigger locations for this year, but it still might not be enough. due to smaller towns lacking a central community building, there are about a half dozen locations both democrats and republicans will have to share. with multiple people using one parking lot, finding a spot won't be easy. party
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and bill keettel coordinated together on this issue. they are asking everyone to think about their transportatio n before they leave home. "we're giving cab companies and other places a heads up, that you could have a very very busy night so you might want to have some extra people on hand, people should plan ahead for their caucus night transportation, and you should really set aside most of your evening because the caucus can take a little bit of time." the parties also urge everyone wanting to caucus to check their polling locations. they say it may not be your polling place, and it also might not be a place you've caucused in the past. we have a link to the caucus locations in johnson county under this story on our website kcrg dot com. another thing for people to keep in mind, chris and nicole, is to try to get to their caucus location as soon as possible. that's right, thanks a lot brea. if you haven't found your caucus location yet, you can go to a website depending on your party affiliation. the caucuses start tonight at 7. if you're a democrat, you can find your caucus
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that's at iowa democrats.or g. if you're a registered republican you first have to find your precinct location. then by using that, you can find the place for you to caucus at. you can find both at iowa g-o-p.org. for republican caucus goers in cedar rapids, a presidential candidate will be joining you. kentucky senator rand paul is going to be at the double tree by hilton tonight. he plans on being there as soon as the caucuses start at 7. the republican frontrunner is making a couple of stops in eastern iowa today. donald trump will meet with supporters in waterloo at the ramada hotel and convention center around 11 this morning. he then has a campaign stop scheduled at the doubletree by hilton hotel in cedar rapids. that gets underway at 1:30. former vice presidential candidate sarah palin will join him there. the former alaska governor recently endorsed trump. trump will spend caucus night in west des moines. trump spoke with supporters yesterday in sioux city. his wife and daughter joined him there. trump attacked texas senator ted cruz, who is polling in second place, according to the latest poll of caucus-goers.
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back the white house. "1:07 you haven't had a winner in iowa in 16 years. we're going to have a winner. you better believe it. we're going to have a winner. that's a bad spell .16 years that's a lot of years. " ted cruz will also make a pre-caucus stop in eastern iowa today. the texas senator will hold a rally at the grace baptist church in marion around 4:30 pm. then he goes to des moines for the rest of caucus night. remains optimistic heading into caucus night. he met with supporters in iowa city and then in davenport. he says he believes he will do well in iowa today - and in other states later on. "1:38 i'm here today with a word of hope and encouragement. all across the state of iowa and across the country, people are waking up. there is a spirit of awakening
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eyes all across the country will be on iowa tonight. and the news outlets will wins the kcrg-tv9's washington bureau chief jacqueline policastro shows us the set up moines. jacqueline policastro/de s moines, iowa @ :01 good morning from des moines iowa. this is the media center where reporters from across the globe will be watching the caucus results roll in. let me give you a look the ground floor the area where journalists will monitoring the caucus results. and then as we pan reporters will deliver the results. this year, there's some new technology, some new cell phone apps that will allow both parties to deliver caucus results directly to the head of the party. right now, donald trump leads ted cruz by 5 points, and hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by 3 points. the caucus starts at 7pm. reporting in des moines, ia, i'm jacqueline policastro. and we encourage you to stay with us tonight for all the caucus coverage. we'll have reporters live in des moines and across eastern iowa, along with
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analysis. we'll broadcast live from 8 to 9 p-m on kcrg 9.2. then from 9 all the way through we'll be live right here on our main channel, t-v9. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. two adults in dubuque are charged with child endangerment after a 2- year-old was shot at the beginning of the month. 25-year-old raven harris is in the dubuque county jail this morning. she has been charged with child endangerment with a serious injury and neglect or abandonment of a dependent person. 29-year-old willie horsley senior has also been charged with child endangerment. he has bonded out of jail at this time. dubuque police say on the night of january 3rd, the two-year-old boy either shot himself or another child shot him. police the bullet wounded the boy in the jaw. he was with his family who were living in a commercial building at 942 main street in dubuque. a waterloo man faces new charges for a shooting on new year's eve that injured one person. according to the waterloo cedar falls courier police initially arrested 22- year-old kristopher spates jr on a number of weapons
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now they've added a charge of willful injury causing serious injury for shooting a man in the leg that night. were called to a nightclub around 2 in the morning. when they arrived, they heard gunshots in the alley between lafayette and sycamore streets. police arrested 3 people that night. spates was one of them. a popular social networking guns. facebook says no gun sales are allowed on any of its social networking platforms. people in the northeast are finally seeing some relief from clean-up crews after the blizzard last week. but, one new jersey neighborhood is upset because city crews are dumping all the snow cleared from other streets there. they say trucks come in and out
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people in the northeast are finally seeing some relief from clean-up crews after the blizzard last week. but, one new jersey neighborhood is upset because city crews are dumping all the snow cleared from other streets there. they say trucks come in and out at all hours of
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we are starting off with some morning fog that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming in from the west, we'll likely see more clouds than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the lower and middle 30s. after midnight, our storm system will lift in from the southwest. this is a very complicated system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up into eastern iowa, then a transition to rain and possible thunderstorms may occur before going back to snow
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overnight. snow amounts will the southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong wind will kick in as the system pulls away to the east. high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 winds: ne 5-10 alo: 27 dbq: 29 iow: 31tomorrow: snow, wintry mix, windy high: 31-37 winds: ene 25-35 alo: 33 dbq: 34 iow: 37tomorrow night: snow likely low: 20-26 winds: n 20-30 alo: 23 dbq: 24
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ending a bumpyjanuary on a high note. investors are now looking ahead for a more successful february. the dow jones ended off 5 point 5 percent for the month of january. the s and p - off 5 point 1 percent. history shows january's dive could spell bad news for stocks for the rest of the year. the dow has a history of flat performance rates in february. for the past 100 years, it has only risen one tenth of a percent in february. facebook has announced that it's banning users from coordinating private gun sales on its site and instagram. the ban doesn't apply
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facebook. the move brings gun sales in line with facebook's private sale of marijuana, pharmaceuticals and illegal drugs. and samsung has announced its unveil the new galaxy smartphone. barcelona. water resistant, have a micro s-d slot and a pressure-sensitive screen. at ??? on our city cam.
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we are starting off with some morning fog that may deposit a light layer of frost or ice on area roads. the fog should lift around mid to late morning, but with more clouds coming in from the west, we'll likely see more clouds than sun today. caucus weather looks just fine with mostly cloudy sky and temperatures into the lower and middle 30s. after midnight, our storm system will lift in from the southwest. this is a very complicated system with a band of very heavy snow initially lifting up into eastern iowa, then a transition to rain and possible thunderstorms may occur before going back to snow once again for the evening and overnight. snow amounts will range from little to none over the southern half of the area, with areas to the north likely exceeding 6". strong wind will kick in as the system pulls away to the east.today: am fog, mostly cloudy high: 33-39 winds: var 5-10 alo: 33 dbq: 35 iow: 36tonight: snow arrives late low: 26-32 winds: ne 5-10 alo: 27 dbq: 29 iow: 31tomorrow: snow, wintry mix, windy high: 31-37 winds: ene 25-35 alo: 33 dbq:
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2 hour delay thanks kaj. here's a look at today's top stories... both republican and democrat party leaders in johnson county say they're concerned about parking issues tonight for the caucuses. small towns will often share caucus sites. party chairs say to leave early and carpool if at all possible. 20-16 republican candidate donald trump will make stops in eastern iowa today before caucuses start. he'll be in waterloo at the ramada hotel and convention center around 11. then, former governor of at a campaign stop at the doubletree in cedar rapids at 1:30.
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just lose its first big ten game of the season, it was their first loss since december 10th against iowa state. today, the hawkeyes were hoping to bounce back against northwestern . scott westerberg has the highlights. this is the only regular season match-up between iowa and northwestern...it didn't take long for jarrod uthoff to bounce back after a tough shooting night at maryland. uthoff with back to back triples to put iowa up 3....then uthoff cleans up the nicholas baer miss with a two-hand flush....jarrod had 19 in the first half. northwestern's tre demps came to play....his 3 gave the wildcats an 18-14 lead....but it wouldn't last long...ahmad wagner with the offense rebound put back....hawks on a 14-0 run to make it 28- 18. then baer connects from long range and just like that it's a 15 point iowa lead....the second half turned into the peter jok show....he buries a corner three....iowa up 51-35...more
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from downtown.....t he hawks keep feeding pete and the wildcats kept giving him space....jok with 3 straight threes...he had 22 in the second half alone.... iowa kept it's foot on the gas pedal.....antho ny clemmons in transition as the hawks bounce back from the maryland loss to beat northwestern 85-71. "it's just great to see him come back and play the way we expect him to play. he mixed it again, threes, inside, drives, on the glass, just spectacular." "jarrod was cooking in the first half so we were trying to find him and second half i had to pick it up and i came out aggressive." "he's so smart and he gets open and he gets going. i think the impressive thing was how our guys got him the ball. they recognized where he was and when he gets in a groove like that you got to load him up." "pete can put the ball in the hole from anywhere, so when know we need to get him the ball." "we gave pretty good effort and were pretty aggressive. when we got them to turn it over we of it. we just locked in defensively and were able to pull away."
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... thank you scott, uni men hosting southern illinois ... first half action... bennett koch keeps the ball, drives and he throws it down firing up the crowd... he had a double- double, 22 points and 11 rebounds ... later, uni in transition... it's waverly-shell rock grad klint carlson with the rim-rocker... panthers down by 3 ... the salukis pushed their lead back to 10... cedar rapids washington grad wes washpun drives, count the basket and one... he had 16, deficit is down to 8 ... the salukis went up 11, but uni continues to fight... karlson wide open for the easy two-handed flush... panthers trail 23-17 ... closing minute of the first half... linn-mar grad matt bohannon buries the three-ball corner pocket.. he had 12... uni wins back-to- back games with the 67-58 win ... the iowa women's basketball team was hoping for back-to-back wins for the first time since starting 2-0 in big ten play. ... hawkeyes were on the road today at northwestern ... quite a few players contributed offensively today... chase coley with the
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had a team-high 19 points ... later it's coley with the bounce to freshman megan gustafson... she had a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds ... iowa city west grad ally disterhoft has tallied double figures in every game this season... today, she had 18 as she drives to the hoop ... freshman tania davis also got involved... as she hesitates, then drives, count the basket and one... iowa wins 79-64... uni women beat bradley, 55-47 ... kentucky at florida... iowa city high grad haley lorenzen had a big game for the gators... she starts off her scoring with the baseline jumper... later in the first quarter, haley with the pick and roll and she banks in the layup... 2nd quarter, haley posts up, count the basket and she's fouled... she had 18 points as florida beat 12th ranked kentucky, 85-79 ... to the wrestling mat, northern iowa hosting ohio in the west gym ... 125, denver native dylan
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against shakur laney... panthers start off the match with six points ... but ohio comes back to win the next three matches... this is 141, noah forrider gets two points for the takedown... he'd get the 10-4 decision... ohio leads 9-6 ... uni answers back at 157... waverly-shell rock grad bryce steiert won his match 2-0 based mostly on riding time... very close match, uni falls 18-17... iowa state beat central michigan ... and tomorrow for on iowa live, former hawkeye josh oglesby and the marion girls basketball team will join us at the first avenue draught house.
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