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an organization in cedar rapids hopes to help those with pre- diabetes. they're encouraging and not demanding results. every little girl dreams of being a princess. one girl in dubuque got her her dream when her bedroom was transformed. good monday morning! its 5 o'clock on february 8th. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. while there are
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offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights. thanks kaj. starting today the iowa utilities board will hold discussions about the dakota access pipeline. the meetings this week could end with a decision on whether on not to build a pipeline across the state. the pipeline would start in
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through 18 counties in iowa and into southern illinois. all of the other states have agreed to let the company build the pipeline. there have been several protests over the last year claiming the pipeline will hurt the environment. the first meeting this week is this afternoon at the board's hearing room in des moines. the public is welcome to attend and listen to the meeting, but there will not be any opportunity for public comment. the meeting starts at 1 o'clock. today, two iowa legislative committees will talk about the bill that would stop medicaid from transferring to private management. two different senate human resource committees will talk about the bill. one meeting is at 2:30 and the other at 4:30 this afternoon. democrats in the senate introduced this bill that would end all 3 contracts with private companies. they are confident the bill will move out of committee today and be up for debate. yet the house speaker says the legislation has no chance in the republican-controlled house. this morning, the denver broncos and their fans are celebrating a super bowl 50 win. the broncos topped the carolina
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10. this is peyton manning's 200th career win, his second super bowl championship and he became the first quarterback to win an nfl title with two teams. many are also saying this may have been his final game. outside linebacker von miller clinched the game's m-v-p title. some in eastern iowa are also seeing benefits after the super bowl. a cedar rapids organization hosted parties as a way to raise money to build affordable homes in eastern iowa. for 6 years now, the cedar valley habitat for humanity has encouraged people to try its "home team huddle" fundraiser. at half time, hosts of registered house parties pass around a hat and ask for donations to support cedar valley habitat for humanity. those who chipped in, were entered to win an nfl weekend getaway for 2. 66 private parties and 2 public parties signed up. organizers say the money raised will stay local. " the reason we're getting this money is to be able to support and serve families who are in need of a decent, safe and affordable home." they hoped to raise more than
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night. we should know if the group reached that goal and who won the big prizes in a couple weeks. according to the c-d-c, 1 in 3 people have pre-diabetes in the u-s. and 10 percent of those 86 million don't even know they have it. kcrg-tv nine's brea love joins us. brea, organizations in eastern iowa are taking steps to fight prediabetes? chris, nicole... the cedar rapids metropolitan ymca is one of the 1,000 y's in the nation given a unique opportunity. the y provides a special course to stop the progression of pre-diabetes. an individual is diagnosed with prediabetes when their blood glucose level is elevated, but not high enough to be considered type 2. that course reinforces a lifestyle change. lifestyle coaches act as a guide teaching participants how to read nutrition labels, and track their eating and physical activities. participants have three goals, reduce body fat by 7 percent, reach 150 minutes worth of activity weekly, and stop diabetes before
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type 2 status. to qualify you must possess the risk factors of prediabetes or take a risk assessment test. course doesn't force participants on a diet or hold them accountable, but encourages. "they lean on each other, and support each other, we've had classes that meet before class and they walk together before class. they really have creating their own little community within this class, and we're just there to facilitate it." the course costs 429 dollars for the entire year, which includes y membership. the y has partnered with the eastern iowa health center, which can provide scholarships for women who qualify for the course. the first introductory course starts february 17, but you have until the 24th to sign up. live in the newsroom, brea love, kcrg-tv nine news. tickets for the america's river festival in dubuque go on sale this morning. the festival in on june 10th and
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on sale this morning at 8 o'clock. you can buy them at americas river festival dot com. the co-headliner bands are r-e-o speedwagon and cheap trick. a dubuque non-profit is trying to make dreams come true for kids struggling with illnesses. and they're doing it one bedroom at a time. it's called "special spaces dubuque." the organizers meet with the children to find out what they like and create a special bedroom makeover plan. kcrg-tv nine's jill kasparie shows us how this is lifting the spirits of one 9-year-old girl. volunteers only had five hours to get everything done. let's go that way a little bit so we can get passed the outlet. five hours to transform this small room into a magical princess get- away for camdyn reisner. "10:24:06 it's really amazing to me since i started this how people are so willing to give of their time and talents to come help." 10:18:37 why don't you give them one good push and that should be good " 10:20:41 right now we are making little mod podge canvases to put up in camdyn's in different spots up on her walls,
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" 10:15:17 purple gold purple gold " from hand-made art for her walls to a new bed and a hand-crafted princess castle desk - everything had its place. "10:34:31 screws" 10:46:52 hairdrier best right there" "10:25:20 she is going to be in shock when she sees it. she has no idea what we are doing." then it was finally time -- time for camdyn to see her new room. here is your special spaces, princess room - ha! go on in! ha! for camdyn's mom - it's all a little emotional. " 11:08:30 it's great to see her so excited." she says it means a lot to the family, especially after so many medical struggles. "11:09:24 when camdyn was 21 days old she stopped breathing for no apparent reason. she went 57 min without oxygen so because of that she has a lot of spasticity in her lower extremiities and developmental delays. " but there are lots of happy days ahead for this little princess. give me a high five! do you like it? yeah! for her - this room is definitely a dream come true. in dubuque, jill
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camdyn's mom says she's making a lot of progress with therapy and continues to improve. this was the 9th room special spaces dubuque has created for children in the area since it started about 2 years ago. the organization runs on donations and families can apply for a room makeover for their children. you can find this organization's facebook page with this article on kcrg.com. honoring 9 people in the community that make a difference. it's that time of year again for the 9 who care nominations and we start with a woman who has volunteered at a hospital for almost half a century. getting a stent put in means solving problems for people with heart disease. but a new type of stent
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plan on a day with some light
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snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single
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offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights. thanks kaj. plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the
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to the single digits tonight. while there are no major systems in the will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights.
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it's the time of year when we here at tv9 recognize 9 people in our community who make a difference in the lives of others. for our first story, we introduce you to chris montross of cedar rapids. she's dedicated her life to all kinds of volunteer work, and that's why she's one of our 9 who care nominees. montross has been volunteering at st. luke's for 46 years. during that time she wore several hats. the most rewarding was her work as a hospice volunteer.
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pastoral care clown, and developed two clown characters for the sole purpose of bringing joy to those who need it most. "26:10-:16 "it's always a wonderful thing when you can share somebody's end of life journey with them." " she now serves as lead volunteer for pet pals, the therapy animal program at st. luke's. montross says she loves making people feel better. we'll honor all of our volunteers at the nine who care banquet on february 13th. in recent years, big agriculture equipment hasn't been selling like it used to. the iowa power farming show tried to give new life to the industry. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---. good morning, this is the
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david geiger. ---- the iowa power farming show has exhibited new technologies of agriculture now.. for more than a hundred and 20 years. this year the weather caused it to get off to a slow start.. but when i was there the last day on thursday it was packed.. the farm economy has been headed to the downside for a couple years now.. one of the hardest hit ag businesses by it has been big equipment dealers.. one of the main patrons of the of the show. the power farming show says there has been a scale back on big equipment.. like combines.. or tractors.. but they say other producers make up for it through sales of hay.. fertilizer.. tillage equipment or other ag tech... despite cutting costs in some areas.. there's an air of optimism that prices won't stay low forever. "when prices are low, you still need storage so those exhibitors are doing well. you still need to transport grain so those exhibitors are doing well. it gives opportunity for farmers and producers to service maybe
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from dealers, so there's still a lot of trading of dollars." ---- the panama canal looks like it's getting another delay.. the opening of larger locks is not expected until later this year.. after already being postponed multiple times by construction delays. it was a five point two billion dollar expansion that was originally set to finish in fall 2015. the panama canal authority says the larger locks should be open for commercial use early in the second quarter.. but a date has not been set. they estimate work at 96 percent complete.. with new locks already operational.. however.. the authority wants to make sure the locks are working perfectly before opening.. the new locks triple the capacity of the canals infrastructure.. allowing passage for much larger container ships.. ---- last week in the grains.. the trade slowed to a crawl.. i spoke to analyst mike seery before the market close on friday.. "we've just gone sideways for months. i just don't see much action occurring in the
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harvest will start to take place here in the month of march." "in south america but there's just very little fresh fundamental news, as traders are awaiting next week's crop report but sideways action, the volatility will increase. we only have four more weeks left of winter. and then spring planting will be on everybody's mind in the month of march, so, you're going to have to be patient but things will perk up here in the next four to six weeks." "these are high prices, we've had a nice rally of about 7-800 points it's been difficult to get above 138 in the april contract. if you're a producer, i'm definitely telling you to take some advantage of this. i don't know what to tell you on this one. i'm still bearish, and if you're a producer hedge here at these highs." "yeah, for us to go above another 500 points will be difficult in my opinion. unless a real problem develops but as we're getting out of the winter months things should improve in my opinion. so, i'm not giving up on the trade,
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thinking of entering the short position here soon." ---- and that wraps up the show today.. thanks for joining us on the agribusiness report.. i'll see you next time ---- 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 3.24 oc webtease a disappearing act could be a real help for those with coronary heart disease. a dissolving stent can do everything a normal stent can do but can possibly minimize effects later. stay with tv9. it's ---. plan on a day with some light
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snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. while there are no major systems in the offing, occasional minor ones
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the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights. for decades, treating coronary
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involved using tiny metal stents to prop open clogged arteries in the heart. and they don't come out which doctors' say can cause problems. but a new type of stent was put to the test. martie salt shows us why this one is fueling hope for 850,000 patients and their doctors. frank ukset knows all too well the burning chest pain that
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that's why he joined more than two-thousand volunteers for a study that would help him ... and help doctors advance cardiovascular technology. "this is something that they're using in europe and it's now over here." the study compared traditional metal stents which are permanently implanted in the artery to experimental ones that dissolve after two or three years, leaving behind a restored blood vessel. "the stents need to do their job during the first six months, first year then we don't need the stent anymore. once the vessel is healed, then why do we need a foreign body?" however, the study showed average results. after one year, the percentage of patients who developed heart-related problems was seven-point-eight percent with the dissolvable stent, and six-point-one percent with a metal stent. also, one-point-five percent of dissolvable stent patients developed blood clots more than twice those with metal
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stent that dissolves could reduce long-term complications in the artery like inflammation. and that's not the only benefit. "allows for future bypass surgery. it would allow the vessel to return almost to normal at the site where the stent was placed." frank ukset has had no problems so far. i feel perfect after that." but he and the other patients in this study will be monitored for another five years to see if there are any long-term complications. i'm martie salt reporting. trt 1.31 oc std the study was only 1 year long, not long enough to see if there are any side effects when the stents dissolve. now a longer study of 5- thousand patients is now underway. the company that makes the new stents is expected to present its study to the f-d-a this year. they will not say how much the dissolvable stents will cost. a battle over a proposed building is finally over. a church has taken a settlement so that construction workers can go ahead with building the chauncey tower. stay with your 24 hour
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source, this is kcrg-tv9 news early morning news. gathering to heal. members of the congolese community gather to remember the lives of three people who died in a crash in benton county. attacking rubio. 20-16 g-o-p presidential hopefuls focus on attacking marco rubio ahead of tomorrow's new hampshire primary. preventing diabetes. an eastern iowa y-m-c-a hopes a new program will help at-risk patients from developing type-two diabetes. you're looking live on our city cam. could have some light snow on
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first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. while there are no major systems in the offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights. thanks kaj. the congolese community in
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is dealing with the sudden loss of three lives. many gathered last night in a church to remember them. michka kabeya, platini namputu, and dickson mandiki, all from the democratic republic of the congo, died in a crash on u-s highway 30 near keystone early thursday morning. they were among 9 people who were traveling to work in tama in a minivan, when the iowa state patrol says it hit ice and lost control. singing members and representativ es of the congolese community sang prayers and talked about funeral plans at central assembly of god church. people there say they need any help they can get, like prayer support for the others still recovering from the crash, and donations to cover burial costs. peter nkumu says people came together to get more information. "we wanted to get together to
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about the accident itself, get more information about what the community is going to do in order to plan for their funerals. " "these people did not have close family members here and now the community's coming together and planned this to put them to rest." nkumu says anyone who wants to help will be able to donate to a memorial fund for the congolese at wells fargo bank locations, and nkumu said it should be ready to accept donations by today or tomorrow. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. after several months in a legal battle, builders can move forward with a new high-rise in downtown iowa city. last year, trinity episcopal church appealed a judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit over the chauncey tower. last week, the city council approved the settlement between the church and the tower's developers. then on saturday, the church officially
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agreement, the company will make donations to trinity episcopal's outreach program - the shelter house - over the next three years. the 15-story building will go up on the corner of gilbert and college streets in iowa city. plans call for the tower to house dozens of apartments, a hotel, offices, a movie t tatre, and a bowling alley. presidential candidates just have one day left until the new hampshire primaries. some are chasing a victory tomorrow night -- while others are just trying to stay in contention. republicans debated in the state over the weekend, where the attacks were sharp. new jersey governor chris christie came out, almost from the start, targeting florida senator marco rubio. christie argued rubio isn't ready to face hillary clinton in a general election, or serve as president. he called out rubio for having "scripted responses," and being inexperienced. ""it's a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it but it does not prepare you for president of the united states" " ""chris your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago and you didn't even go back they had to shame you
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other topics covered in saturday night's debate were isis, the north korean missile launch and the affordable care act. it's official. hillary clinton did come away with a win over bernie sanders in the iowa caucuses. the iowa democratic party finished its review of the results. the party reviewed the results at 14 of the precincts. it found that there were errors in the results that came out of 5 of those. but it wasn't enough to change the statewide results. clinton got 49.8% support, while bernie sanders got 49.6% support, still an incredibly close finish for those 2 candidates. have prediabites. that's according to the centers for disease and control. and the c-d-c says of that number, 10 percent don't realize it. kcrg-tv 9's brea love joins us now at the desk. brea, the y-m-c-a in cedar rapids has a plan to help those who are aware? that's right. prediabetes is what leads to type 2 diabetes. glucose level is elevated, but not high enough
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diagnosis. according to the c-d-c, prediabetes is on the rise in the u-s and linn county public health says the county is no exception. that's why the y- is taking the steps to stop it through a special course. preventing diabetes requires a complete life style change. and that's the goal of the cedar rapids metropolitan y-m-c-a, one of the 1,000 programs across the country. "expanding healthy living, and serving our communities is our mission, and diabetes is a growing epidemic and something that the ymca feels we are in a unique position to be able to address." the solution is a year long group based course, shaped around shifting a person's life. the class has three goals.. reduce bodyweight by 7%, perform physical activity 150 minutes a week, and stop diabetes. "what studies have shown is lifestyles and behavior change is the most effective way." to qualify for the class, participants have to be at risk for prediabetes. this can be determined by a
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risk assessment. the course is taught by a lifestyle coach, who follows a specific cdc curriculum. with a goal of bringing awareness to a serious issue. "a lot people don't like to say that they have it or want to admit that they need to start taking care of themselves." coaches go over how to read nutrition labels, and provide encourageme nt as participants track their weight, grams, and physical activity. "some people have lost over 40 pounds within the course of a year, they are grateful to have the class because now that they've done the class they have prevented their risk of getting diabetes." hoeger says the course doesn't force participants on a diet or hold them accountable, but gives them a chance to encourage each other. "they lean on each other, and support each other, we've had classes that meet before class and they walk together before class. they really have creating within this class, and we're just there to facilitate it." the course costs 429 dollars
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year, which includes a y membership in the price. with the y's partnership with the eastern iowa health center, they've received a grant which could offer the class to women free of charge. the class starts with an introductory course on the 17th, but if you can't make it then it's not a problem. ramirez says you can sign up as late as the 24th. chris, nicole? you can help kcrg-tv9 pick the best eastern iowa has to offer. the kcrg-tv9 a-list is now under way. right now through february 19, you can nominate your favorite businesses in dozens of categories from best pizza to best massage and best entertainment . then in for you to vote eastern iowa. go to kcrg dot-com slash a-list to enter your picks now. then watch in april to see who is on the kcrg-tv9 a- list. lunchtime meal, you may have to find a different spot today. a popular burrito chain is completely shutting down
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sunken vehicles. a number of cars fell through cracked ice at lake geneva's winterfest and u-s snow sculpting competition. they were parked on the thin ice when temperatures rose and the ice started to melt. officials say no people were inside the sunken cars. plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with
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we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. while there are no major systems in the offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack of a deep snow pack to prevent some below zero nights.
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plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. in the offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and of a deep snow pack
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nights. thanks kaj. volkswagen is getting ready to spend lots of money. those affected by the company's emissions scandal could see some major benefits. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg tv-nine. it's --. stocks closed lower on friday
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worried about slow job creation in january. and the prescription drug industry has an image problem and is looking to buy its way out. the wall street journal reports that the industry's largest trade group plans to spend millions this year on an ad campaign. that's as drug pricing has become a major issue. the paper reports that the pharmaceutic al research and manufacturers is spending at least 10% more this year on
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advertising. volkswagen is planning a major spending spree. the company is facing scrutiny for its emissions cheating scandal. the automaker will offer a generous compensation package to owners of their diesel vehicles in the u-s. it's considering several ways to compensate owners including cash, car buy-backs and repairs or replacement cars. and chipotle is closed for lunch today. the popular chain is closing all restaurants today for four hours for a meeting about food safety. this comes after an e coli outbreak hurt its bottom line. all restaurants will be closed from 11 to three this afternoon. it's here's a live look at ??? on our city cam.
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plan on a day with some light scattered snow in the area along with strong wind. while we don't anticipate anyone getting over one inch of snow, the combination of falling snow and strong wind should make for some hazardous driving, especially outside of town. temperatures should hold much of the day in the teens, then dropping to the single digits tonight. while there are no major systems in the offing, occasional minor ones will affect the area moving through the work week. highs will struggling to get much past the teens and 20s, but we can thank the lack
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to prevent some below zero nights.
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here's a look at today's top stories... the congolese community in cedar rapids people who died in a crash in benton county. they say they need any help they can get - prayer support and donations to cover burial costs. the community is setting up a memorial fund at wells fargo bank. start discussions today about the dakota access pipeline. iowa is the final state to potentially sign on to the pipeline. the public is invited to the meetings today, but there won't be a public discussions on the project this week.
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the carolina panthers and denver broncos. for carolina, former cyclone a.j. klein and former hawkeye brandon wegher, but he was inactive. for denver, hawkeye james ferentz. ... before the game, the nfl recognized all the super bowl mvps, there's cedar rapids native kurt warner, the mvp for super bowl 34 ... this game featured the top two defenses in the nfl... 1st quarter, von miller strips cam newton, the ball is loose and malik jackson falls on it for the touchdown... denver leads 10-0 already ... 2nd quarter, carolina would finally get on the board as jonathan stewart goes airborne for the 1-yard touchdown... denver took a 13-7 lead at halftime ... the broncos defense created havoc for cam
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miller strips him again... fumble... t.j. ward recovers it inside the carolina 5-yard line ... a couple of plays later, c.j. anderson bulldozes his way in for a 2-yard touchdown... denver goes on to win 24-10... and the bronco player to touch the lombardi trophy was former hawkeye james ferentz... big congrats to him ... champaign hasn't been kind to the iowa men's basketball team in the past. two years ago, the hawkeyes won there for the first time since 1999. today, they were hoping for consecutive wins for the first time since 1986 and 87. ... iowa also trying to stay in first place in the big ten standings ... hawkeyes get off to a fast start... look at adam woodbury running up the floor and he finishes with the easy layup... hawkeyes up 11-6 ... later in the first half, iowa with an offensive board, then nicholas baer cashes in with a three... iowa up 21-12 ... still in the first half, anthony clemmons with
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three-pointer... he had 10 points... hawkeyes led 38-29 at halftime ... their offense doesn't slow down in the 2nd half... peter jok drives to the hoop and finishes with the left hand... hawkeyes up 41-32 ... adam woodbury finished with another double-double... 10 points and 14 rebounds... that putback gives iowa a nine-point lead ... peter jok's defense has improved so much this season... grabs the steal and he stuffs it down on the other end... he had 23 points... iowa up by 12 ... then watch jok fight for the loose ball... he gives it to a wide open jarrod uthoff who splashes in a three... jarrod had 18 points and iowa wins this one, 77-65 ... the iowa women's basketball team has three big ten losses where it had a double-digit lead in the 2nd half. one of those losses was to michigan state back in january. both teams met up again today in iowa city. ... coach lisa bluder was coaching her 1,000th career game as a head coach ... 1st quarter action, tania
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scoops it in to put iowa on the board ... later in the 1st quarter, great passing by the hawkeyes and chase coley has an easy layup... she had 13 points... hawkeyes down 2 ... later in transition... christina buttenham stops, pops and drops the deuce... she had 9 points off the bench... hawkeyes trailed 20-18 after one quarter ... michigan state had a 9- point lead in the 2nd quarter, but iowa fights back... whitney jennings lays one in for two of her 10 points... iowa down 3 ... then later, the kickout to iowa city west grad ally disterhoft who buries the three... she had a team-high 17 points... but michigan state wins 74-69 ... uni women's basketball hosting wichita state ... panthers pass the ball along the wing... stephanie davison has an open look and she drains the three-pointer... panthers down 19-18 ... they would take the lead on this madison weekly three-pointer in the corner... the benton community grad had a team-high 19 points... uni wins 69-48
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phoenix open... cedar rapids native zach johnson with the chip on the 15th hole... it rolls a pretty good distance and stops about a foot from the pin... he'd tap in for birdie... zach fired a seven under... hideki matsuyama is your champion after beating rickie fowler in a 4-hole playoff ... tomorrow for on iowa live, we have jess settles, to talk about signing day, and the team.
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good monday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's february 8th and here's what you need to know today. the iowa utilities board will meet today is des moines with the hope of making a decision on the dakota access pipeline. people in the congolese community in cedar rapids are mourning the lives of three people killed in a crash in benton county last week. the 20-16 presidential race is tightening on
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