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rest of the day with some occasional breaks. any additional accumulation will be minor, but blustery winds gusting over 30 mph are still going to cause lower visibility in wide open areas north and west of waterloo. even with only a coating of snow, roads will be slick where snow does fall. temperatures will be steady or slowly fall this afternoon. flurries remain tonight into the first part of tomorrow. we may see the clouds part a bit late tomorrow with partial clearing getting going tomorrow night. another chance of light snow arrives late wednesday and again friday. this week will be on the cool side with highs in the teens tomorrow and wednesday and lower 20s to finish off the workweek.today: snow showers, windy high: 16-22 winds: nw 25- 35+ alo: 15 dbq: 19 iow: 20 a mother and her two children went to the hospital this morning, after their mobile home caught fire in cedar falls. emergency officials went to
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before midnight on the west side of cedar rapids. fire crews say they rescued the woman and her two young children -- ages 5 and 3. at 4 this morning, first responders say they went back to the home because are still investigating how the fire started. a community is gathering to remember 3 people killed last week. 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 traveling to tama for work, when the iowa state patrol says their minivan hit ice and lost control. singing members of the congolese community sang prayers and talked about funeral plans at the cedar rapids' central assembly of god church. say they need as
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those still recovering from the crash. they also ask for donations to cover burial costs. together to get more information. get more information about the 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 can donate to a memorial fund for the congolese community. that's being set up at wells fargo bank should be ready to tomorrow. the new hampshire primary is tomorrow night and, if the the democratic and republican races have a clear favorite -- at least compared with how the
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for the democrats, vermont senator bernie sanders has seen his lead in the polls fluctuate between 7 and 23 points over former secretary of state hillary clinton. from the next state over. yet clinton did, officially, capture the iowa caucuses by a handful of precincts on february 1st to open the 2016 primaries and caucuses. trump still holds a commanding lead in new hampshire among polls of republicans -- his lead anywhere from 10 points to 24 in polling over the last seven days. florida senator marco rubio and texas senator ted cruz appear to be angling for second. while ohio governor former florida showings than they did in the iowa caucuses... today, two iowa legislative committees will talk about a bill that would stop medicaid from transferring to private management. two different senate human resource committees will discuss the bill. one meeting is at 2-30 and the
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democrats in the senate end all 3 contracts with private companies. they are of committee today and be up for debate. yet the house speaker says the legislation has no chance in the republican-controlled house. also today, the iowa utilities board will discuss the dakota access pipeline. the pipeline would start in north dakota, pass through 18 iowa counties, and end in 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 is this afternoon at the board's hearing room in des moines. the public is welcome to attend and listen to the be any opportunity for public comment. the meeting starts at 1 o'clock. will attend a summit focused on closing the state's skills gap. today, governor branstad and lieutenant governor reynolds, announced plans for the future ready iowa summit. the event is scheduled for tuesday, april 19th at hy-vee hall in des moines.
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the public summit and will focus on assuring students and workers gain new skills for career opportunities. now information is on the website: future ready iowa.gov. the city of dubuque is launching a new "open expenses" transparency tool. access the city's payments and expenses. right now, the application features data from the 2012 fiscal year through the current fiscal year 2016. that particular website for the curious is on the screen: org. this midday, you can now buy tickets for the america's river festival in dubuque . the festival in on june 10th and 11th in dubuque. river festival.com". the co-headliner bands are r-e-o speedwagon and cheap trick. sunday brought commercials mixed with probably too much food...and even too much defense. the football season is now, officially over, with the denver broncos capturing their 3rd super bowl
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over carolina. both denver and carolina brought ravishing defenses last night -- but denver simply made fewer mistakes. the broncos only had two touchdowns -- one on offense and one on defense. outside linebacker von miller was named the game's mvp. the major storyline, of course, is that sunday brought peyton manning's second super bowl win -- one with the colts...and one with the broncos. no word yet on whether manning, who is 39, will return for a 19th season in the nfl. super bowl 50 had a humbling impact for some eastern iowans. a cedar rapids raise money for building affordable homes. for 6 years now, the cedar valley habitat for humanity has encouraged people to try its "home team time, hosts of registered house parties pass for donations to support the project. those who chipped in, were entered for an nfl weekend getaway for 2. 66 private parties and 2 public parties signed up. organizers
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" 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 $16,500 dollars last night. we should know if the group reached that goal and who prizes in a couple weeks. 12th, lunches to raise funds 398-3943. breaking the barriers to good health.... the y-m-c-a in cedar rapids is working to lower the number of iowans with diabetes. we'll explain a new course they healthy. people craving
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we'll tell you why the eatery is closing shop today meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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light snow showers continue the rest of the day with some occasional breaks. any additional accumulation will be minor, but blustery winds gusting over 30 mph are still going to
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visibility in wide open areas with only a coating of snow, roads will be slick where snow does fall. temperatures will be steady or slowly fall this afternoon. flurries remain tonight into the first part of part a bit late tomorrow with partial clearing getting going tomorrow night. another chance of light snow arrives late wednesday and again friday. this week will be on the cool side with highs in the teens tomorrow and wednesday and lower 20s to finish off the workweek.today: snow showers, windy high: 16-22
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19 iow: 20 tonight: cloudy, flurries low: 5-11 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 5 dbq: 7 iow: 10 tomorrow: m/cloudy, flurries early high: 14-20 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 15 dbq: 16 iow: 18 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: -2-4 winds: nw 10-20 alo: -1 dbq: 1 iow: 4 wednesday: chance of snow late high: 15 - low: 1 - low: 5 - low: 11 saturday: partly cloudy high: 17 high: 28 - low: 14 monday: chance of
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thanks justin. the center for disease control and prevention says 86 million people in the
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that's when a person's blood glucose level is elevated, but not high enough for a diabetes diagnosis. as kcrg-tv9's brea love shows us, the y-m-c-a in cedar rapids is helping to stop the disease in linn county. 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.
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blood test, or filling out a 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 their own little community within this class, and we're just there to facilitate
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that was tv-9's brea love reporting. for the entire year, the price. the class starts with an introductory course on the 17th. ramirez says you can sign up as late as the 24th. if you're headed out to lunch soon, chiptole is not an option today. the business says it will close every one of its locations for 4 hours today for a food safety meeting. last year the restaurant had an e-coli outbreak, which caused about 500 people to get sick. from now until 3 pm. taking control of the farm economy... in recent years, farm equipment dealers have seen a decline in business sales. but despite the numbers, we'll tell you why the iowa optimistic. good morning, this is the
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david geiger. ---- the iowa power farming show has exhibited new technologies of agriculture and 20 years. 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 their used equipment or purchase
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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 been set. they estimate work at 96 percent complete.. with new locks already operational.. 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..
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months. i just don't see much action occurring in the month of february as 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 weeks left of winter. and then spring planting will be on march, so, you're going to have to be patient but things will 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, i'm not short. but i'm certainly thinking of
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---- and that wraps up the show the agribusiness report.. i'll see you next time day in the agribusiness section you'll find it under the news tab. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt 3.24 oc webtease it's a way to create a "special space" for a special child... are making a one- of-a-kind spot to help meet a "child's dreams"... a dubuque non-profit is trying
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true for kids struggling with illnesses. and they're doing it one bedroom at a time. . it's called "special meet with the children to find out what they like and 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 walls, on bookshelves, and on her
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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 "10:28:59 that would work the 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 -- 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
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princess. give me a high five! do you like it? yeah! for her - this room is definitely a dream come true. in dubuque, jill kasparie, kcrg-tv9 news. kcrg-tv9 needs your help to pick the best businesses in eastern iowa with our a-list contest. right now through february 19, you can nominate your favorite businesses in dozens of categories from best pizza to best massage and best entertainment . just go to our website kcrg.com / a-list to enter your picks now. then watch in april to see who is on the kcrg-tv9 a- list. then in march, we'll release the ballot for you to vote for the best of the best in eastern iowa. plus, the final push in new hampshire before the presidential candidates splinter off to nevada and south carolina for the next
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serious allegations. a fraternity president at cornell university faces an attempted rape and sexual abuse charge. we'll tell you the details in this disturbing case. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our first alert
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race to win new hampshire. presidential candidates from both political first-in the nation primary begins tomorrow. and finding the truth. a fraternity president at cornell university faces rape allegations. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news
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new this midday... police have arrested a man for stealing 3 firearms from a waterloo home in january. the waterloo- cedar falls courier reports 20-year-old aundaris reed is charged with 1st-degree burglary. police say he's accused of stealing two 12-gauge shotguns and a .22 rifle. reed also faces a non- serious child endangerment charge along with a weapons and drug charge. police say the burglary happened back on january 9 at 8-11 moir street on waterloo's west side. no one was home during the break-in. authorities later arrested reed at his home. during a traffic stop with him 2 days later, police say they recovered the stolen guns. a judge has sentenced an iowa falls man to 18 months in prison, for threatening to cut the throats of judges in eldora. the waterloo- cedar falls courier reports 35-year-old andre lafontaine iii was sentenced on friday. back in october, he was found guilty of on charges of transmitting a threatening communication . prosecutors say in july, he left
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message with racially- charged language and obscenities on the voicemail of the department's office of professional responsibility. that office is a part of the u-s department of justice in washington d-c. investigators say he complained the fbi hadn't responded to his allegation of official corruption. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... light snow showers continue the rest of the day with some occasional breaks. any additional accumulation will be minor, but blustery winds gusting over 30 mph are still going to cause lower visibility in wide open areas north and west of waterloo. even with only a coating of snow, roads will be slick where snow does fall. temperatures will be steady or slowly fall this afternoon. flurries remain tonight into the first part of tomorrow. we may see the clouds part a bit late tomorrow with partial clearing getting going
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wednesday and again friday. this week will be on the cool side with highs in the teens tomorrow and wednesday and lower 20s to finish off the workweek.today: snow showers, windy high: 16-22 winds: nw 25- 35+ alo: 15 dbq: 19 iow: 20 packed schedules and sharp attacks on the campaign trail in new hampshire. less than 24 hours before the polls open in the nation's first primary in the presidential race... and candidates are pushing hard to get voters out tomorrow. abc's kenneth moton is in manchester with more. pkg script: the fight for new hampshire voters? nats - "...rally..." it's a non-stop day of rallies to energize supporters and town halls to lure those undecided voters. donald trump is looking for his first win. sot - donald trump / presidential candidate" you have to go out and vote
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republican race, trump has a double digit lead. the battle for second is between iowa caucus winner ted cruz and marco rubio. sot marco rubio / presidential candidate"...w hy do you keep saying the same thing about obama trying to change america? i'm gonna keep saying that a million times, because it's true." the junior florida senator is combatting rivals like chris christie who is hammering away at rubio's experience. sot - gov. chris christie / presidential candidate"the fact is, he's never accomplished anything of any note in the united states senate." for the democrats, bernie sanders is trying to keep the momentum. sot - sen. bernie sanders / presidential candidate"you have the right to determine future of america...not a handful of billionaires" poll shows his rival hillary clinton is closing the gap while her husband is on the attack. sot - president bill clinton "for her this is not about grand theories of revolution this is about whether we can improve people's lives." kenneth moton oncam close: new hampshire is known for being really involved in the political
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record turnout, more than half a million voters. kenneth moton, abc news manchester, new hampshire. president obama is asking congress for $1.8 billion dollars in emergency funding to defeat the mosquito-born zika virus. the white house says the money will expand mosquito control programs, speed vaccine development, and improve support for low-income pregnant women. the zika virus has spread to several u-s states and countries in latin america. rescuers have found 4 more people, including an 8-year-old girl, amid earthquake wreckage in taiwan. a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck the country's southern coast early saturday morning. more than 100 people are still believed to be buried underneath debris. so far, the earthquake has killed at least 38 people in the city of tainan . mardi gras will officially start tomorrow. but fat tuesday celebrations were dampened this weekend by shootings across the south. yesterday in mississippi, at least two people were shot to death when a gunman open
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mardi gras parade. the two man shot died of their wounds. four other people were also shot and injured. no details on their condition. police on the scene described the parade scare. " "it was very chaotic, because trying to sort out and find out what will happen, initially we had two people down on the ground. and that's all we knew. we had officers yelling for help. there were reports of people fleeing the scene. and again, there were thousands of people on the streets leaving, " police say they are still searching for the suspects. no one got hurt in a parade shooting that happened in new orleans. police say someone fired shots along a mardi gras parade route there. officers say they've found a handgun. one local tv station reported the parade paused for several minutes. accusations of attempted rape and sexual assault at an ivy league university... today, a fraternity president at cornell stands accused of attacking a female student in that fraternity house. he maintains he's innocent... but the school has suspended the house. abc's
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has the latest. supers: alex spiro former prosecutor elizabeth hur abc news, new york pkg script: the president of an elite fraternity at cornell.. of new york city's famous concert halls.. is 21-year-old wolfgang ballinger.. seen in this youtube video talking about his goals.. sot -- wolfgang balligner "at a young age i was taught to appreciate hard work and especially self-made worth." and now fighting charges that he sexually assaulted a female student inside this fraternity house on campus.. the woman alleges ballinger locked the door and forced himself onto her after she "verbally protested" several times. ballinger pleaded not guilty to first degree attempted rape, first degree criminal sexual act, and first degree sexual abuse. sot - alex spiro / former prosecutor "the speed at which they took this case out of the university's pruview and brought it into a criminal setting suggests that the prosecution believes that they have a strong case." the university president.. also taking immediate action.. placing the fraternity, psi upsilon, on
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"sexual violence has no place at cornell".. the college junior now sits in jail.. after surrendering to police four days after the alleged attack.. last sunday.. accusations.. telling abc news.. ballinger's "innocence will be established at the proper time and in the proper place" elizabeth hur oncam close: tomorrow.. for now.. the fraternity says it is cooperating with the ongoing ny. taking a win all the way to the oscars. we'll tell you which movie just earned another award nod... and making a statement. queen b takes on the super bowl halftime show with a new hit song. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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joins us now. light snow showers continue the rest of the day with some occasional breaks. any additional accumulation will be minor, but blustery winds gusting over 30 mph are still going to cause lower visibility in wide open areas north and west of waterloo. even with only a coating of snow, roads will be slick where snow does fall. temperatures
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this afternoon. flurries remain tonight into the first part of part a bit late tomorrow with partial clearing getting going tomorrow night. another chance of light snow arrives late wednesday and again friday. this week will be on the cool side teens tomorrow and wednesday and lower 20s to finish off the
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showers, windy high: 16-22 winds: nw 25- 35+ alo: 15 dbq: 19 iow: 20 tonight: cloudy, flurries low: 5-11 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 5 dbq: 7 iow: 10 tomorrow: m/cloudy, flurries early high: 14-20 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 15 dbq: 16 iow: 18 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: -2-4 winds: nw 10-20 alo: -1 dbq: 1 iow: 4 wednesday: chance of snow late high: 15 - low: 1 thursday: partly cloudy high: 21 - low: 5 friday: chance of snow high: 23 - low: 11 saturday: partly cloudy high: 17 - low: 4 sunday: chance of snow high: 28 - low: 14 monday: chance of
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we are in the season here at tv9 where we 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. we are in the season here at tv9 where we 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 one of our 9 who care nominees. montross has been volunteering at unity point health - st. luke's hospital for 46 years. during that time she wore several hats. as a hospice volunteer. montross trained to be a pastoral care clown, and developed 2 clown characters for the sole purpose of bringing joy "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. montross says she loves making people feel better. we'll honor all of our volunteers at the nine who care banquet this saturday,
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it's a split race for the oscars. awards has top honor. winner is and more. best picture at the oscars is officially a horse race! "the revenant" director alejandro irritu took top honors at the directors guild of america awards, leaving the three major hollywood guilds divided: "spotlight" took the top prize at the screen actors guild awards, and the producers guild of america chose "the big short" as its top film. we'll see which way the academy goes february 28th."uh-oh. she's looking at us. what did she say?" "uh, sorry, sir -- no one was listening." "is it garbage night? uh, we left the toilet seat up. what is it, woman? what?" there's less suspense about the oscar for best animated feature, after "inside out" won 10 "annie awards," including best feature, from the international animated film society. the pixar pic has also grabbed the golden globe and the critics choice award for best animated feature. "paparazzi, catch my fly, and my
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to the top of billboard and twitter's "trending 140" chart? try dropping a surprise single and video the same weekend you're playing the super bowl halftime show... and it helps if you're beyonc! the superstar's latest track includes commentary on police brutality, hurricane katrina and black financial power. for hollywood minute, i'm david daniel. adding to her social justice message, beyonce has started a water crisis fund for flint, michigan. the city's water is devastated with lead contamination. that news comes just after the singer announced her next 40 date tour-titled after her new song "formation". beyonce announced the news during this super bowl commercial. her tour starts this summer, and tickets go on sale next week. for a parent watching a child or a teenager -- when that young person faints is extremely worrisome... no fullscreen for mondays coming up, a pediatric expert from mercy will joins us
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fainting in children and teenagers -- and whether that's a sign of a larger health concern. stay with kcrg-tv 9...
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faints and also those nearby who are trying to handle it. yet fainting is also relatively common among healthy adolescents... and parents naturally have concerns about this. we're joined by dr. mark zittergruen from mercy pediatric cardiology clinic. - dr. zittergruen, why would a young person just faint? - can fainting ever point to a more serious problem? - how can families help this -- to minimize the risk or likelihood that their child might faint or prevent a recurrence? - when does the point reach where parents or guardians
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out medical attention for their child?
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today. ---, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, our nutrition expert will check in for some wonderful ideas for the palette...and the bottom line. stay with your 24 hour news
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back to our top stories this midday. a mother and her two children were hospitalized this morning, after they escaped a fire inside their mobile home. fire crews say it happened just before midnight at 25-08 union road in cedar falls. no information yet on the family's condition.
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determining what caused the fire. the waterloo- cedar falls courier reports 20-year-old aundaris reed is charged with 1st-degree burglary. police say he's accused of stealing three firearms from a waterloo home. reed also faces a non- serious child endangerment charge along with a weapons and drug charge. the first in the nation primary begins tomorrow in new hampshire. voters are expected to turn out in record numbers to support their presidential candidate of choice. right now, donald trump is leading in recent g-o-p polls, while senator bernie sanders is leading in democratic polls. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. light snow showers continue the rest of the day with some occasional breaks. any additional accumulation will be minor, but blustery winds gusting over 30 mph are still going to cause lower visibility in wide open areas north and west of waterloo. even with only a coating of snow, roads will be slick where snow does fall. temperatures will be steady or slowly fall this afternoon. flurries remain tonight into the first part of tomorrow. we may see the clouds part a bit late tomorrow with partial clearing getting going tomorrow night.
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arrives late wednesday and again friday. this week will be on the cool side with highs in the teens tomorrow and wednesday and lower 20s to finish off the workweek.today: snow showers, windy high: 16-22 winds: nw 25- 35+ alo: 15 dbq: 19 iow: 20 tonight: cloudy, flurries low: 5-11 winds: nw 15-30 alo: 5 dbq: 7 iow: 10 tomorrow: m/cloudy, flurries early high: 14-20 winds: nw 15-25 alo: 15 dbq: 16 iow: 18 tomorrow night: partly cloudy low: -2-4 winds: nw 10-20 alo: -1 dbq: 1 iow: 4 wednesday: chance of snow late high: 15 - low: 1 thursday: partly cloudy high: 21 - low: 5 friday: chance of snow high: 23 - low: 11 saturday: partly cloudy high: 17 - low: 4 sunday: chance of snow high: 28 - low: monda ae of snow high: - lo at's all the time we have d e kcrg-tv9 news
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