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good monday morning. you're looking live on our city cam. it's leap day, february 29th and here's what you need to know today. 20-16 presidential candidates are getting ready for the most critical date so far in the campaign. super tuesday is tomorrow -- with hundreds of delegates at stake. one eastern iowa man is lobbying lawmakers in des moines to change the law allowing people to make and sell medicinal cannabis oil in the state. iowa is getting ready to switch to a privatized medicaid system in a month. we take a look at the challenges in kansas -- a state that changed its system 3 years ago. the newest show on stage at theatre cedar rapids, "next to normal" is sparking conversation s about mental health issues. and hollywood's biggest night gets political on many issues while actors, directors and producers
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you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... today's highs will be all over the place with much cooler weather likely along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, the afternoon hours. we'll all stay dry for the morning and early evening commutes. late tonight,
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and produce some accumulation with the highest amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-2" is the most likely result over the southern half of the area. cooler weather should prevail with mainly dry sky for tuesday.today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- nw 15-25 alo: 44 dbq: 45 iow: 56tonight: snow & wintry mix low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq: 24 iow: 29tomorrow: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23 winds: n 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 14 iow: 23 presidential candidates are grabbing up last-minute support heading into super tuesday tomorrow. more delegates are at stake than on any other day of the primary season. republican front-runner donald trump refused to condemn the klu klux klan in an interview. during campaign stops yesterday, both marco rubio and ted cruz attacked trump over his comments. they also criticized his electability, as they try to make up ground in the race for the nomination. "here's what would be a calamity: for donald trump to become our nominee. if he's our nominee, it could be the end of the republican party. it will split us and splinter us in a way that we may never be able to recover, and the democrats will be joyful about it." "recognize that trump as nominee
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wins and we lose this country." republicans, as well as democrats, in about a dozen states will head to the polls tomorrow. that includes voters in texas, where 155 republican and 252 democratic delegates are up for grabs. looking at the race so far... according to bloomberg politics donald trump has 81 delegates. ted cruz and marco rubio are tied with 17. every other republican candidate is in the single digits. to win the nomination, a g-o-p candidate must get 12-hundred-37 delegates. on the democratic side, hillary clinton leads with 542 delegates. while bernie sanders has 85. 23-hundred-83 delegates will lock in the nomination. some college basketball fans in kansas may have to choose between their favorite sport and presidential caucuses. caucuses are on saturday, march 5th -- the same day the
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final home game of the season against iowa state. some fans are petitioning the school and e-s-p-n to change the game time. the petition organizer says it's a tough choice for fans like him. " i'm thinking there's going to be 16-thousand, in all, in allen fieldhouse who will have the same decision i'll have to make... do i go to the game, or do i go to the caucus? there'll be thousands of people at home who have to make the decision." "k-u basketball is a big deal. i absolutely hear you. you know, rock chalk, jayhawk... but like, it's, i think that people are going to come out to the caucus. i really do. " close to 700 people have signed the petition so far. the school and e-s-p-n have no plans to change the game time. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. a hearing this spring will determine whether a dubuque man accused of murder is competent to stand trial. 20 year-old helmon betwell faces first-degree murder and first-degree sexual abuse charges in the death of nancy krapfl . betwell's attorney said
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charges against him, because he has a mental disorder. his attorney filed for a competency hearing last week. a judge scheduled the hearing for april 4th. police say betwell attacked krapfl as she was walking near her home back in september. they say betwell admitted to raping and killing her, because he had nothing better to do. he faces life in prison. people who use medicinal cannabis oil are asking lawmakers to let them make it and distribute it in iowa. right now, it is legal to use cannabis oil, but a person must go out of state to get it. kcrg-tv nine's brea love joins live from the newsroom. brea, you talked with one man who says the oils changed his life? yes. chris, nicole, patrick loeffler tried cannabis oil after his epilepsy caused him to have a seizure while driving. he takes many pills a day and says the side effects are debilitating. he says when he used the oils, all of those side effects went away. loeffler regained the quality of life he had been looking for. that's why he went to the capitol to lobby for the
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38:04 "i'm also speaking for these children who are on these same kinds of medication, who cannot speak. they're incapacitated, they can't speak." lawmakers within the house are divided on the issue. while some support it, others argue it could be an inconvenience to doctors who write the prescriptions. the bill is currently moving through house committees. if approved, it will continue on the house floor. live in the newsroom, brea love, kcrg-tv nine news. people living in johnson county get the chance to hear details about the county's budget today. the board of supervisors have approved a budget for the 20-17 fiscal year. county leaders will go over the details for the public in a hearing today. it starts at 5:30 this evening at 913 south dubuque street, suite 201 in iowa city. northeast iowa community college is offering free showings of a new documentary today. "broke, busted, and disgusted" is meant to show high schoolers and their parents more about student loans when going to college. we told you last week about
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advisors at n-i-c-c meeting with high school seniors. they are hoping to give these prospective students more information on how much debt they will take on and develop a plan. the movie showing is at the peosta campus in the conference center. viewing times are at 6:30 starting today. the kalona community center is old, out-of-date, and ready for a redo. that's according to city leaders pushing for the multi-million dollar bond issue that people will vote on tomorrow. the $3.9 million dollar bond would cost a taxpayer with a home assessed at $100,000 dollars, an extra $92.34 per year. kcrg-tv9's forrest saunders tells us what people there would receive for helping foot the bill. this could the future of the kalona community center.these concepts show what the town would be getting for it's investment in the slightly more than 4-million dollar renovation and addition. highlights- a 16-thousand square foot gym. an indoor track. exercise and dance rooms plus, new equipment to replace some of this stuff. "the greatest benefit would be just to have an enhanced
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going to have the amenities that are going to meet the needs of the youth, new families as they come to town, senior citizens." issues with the community center as it is now are numerous. parts of the building are more than 100 years old. the west wing, was built in 1914 for 12-thousand dollars. it's not ada compliant. plus, space is limited and the facility fills a long list of rolls like, city hall a spot for various youth organizations and washington county public health. the city administrator is optimistic people will see the need for the update come voting day. "the community has always been favorable to good projects within the community. we did just pay off our downtown project. financially we're in great position to take on a project of such a nature." a 60 percent super majority is needed for the bond to go through. the earliest work would start, according to officials, would be fall of this year. renovation and construction is expected to take eight to 12 months. in kalona, forrest saunders,
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a cedar falls elementary school is holding an open house tomorrow in hopes of showing why it needs a bond referendum to pass. according to the waterloo cedar falls courier, north cedar elementary school is having an open house tomorrow and march 31st. they are hoping voters will pass a $32 million dollar bond vote on april 5th. administrators say they need to build a new elementary school to fit the growing district.. homeowners whose property has an assessed value of $150,000 would pay just over $100 more each year if this vote passes. re-mark your calendars. apple is changing the date for is next big product event. and a special moment from this year's oscars breaks a google trend record. that's ahead in techbytes.
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today's highs will be all over
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much cooler weather likely along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, before falling to the 40s during the afternoon hours. we'll all stay dry for the morning and early evening commutes. late tonight, snow should arrive from the west and produce some accumulation with the highest amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-2" is the most likely result over the southern half of the are cooler weather should prevail with mainly dry sky for tuesday. today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- nw 15-25 alo: 44
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56tonight: snow & wintry mix low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq: 24 iow: 29tomorrow: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23
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thanks kaj. and now here's abc's reena
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gibson with this morning's techbytes. in today's "techbytes" -- a change to apple's next big event. >> reports indicate the company will unveil new products on march1st, a week later than expected. >> a new miniiphone, straps for the apple watch are some of the things that will likely be unveiled. you can now get samsung's latest phones in real gold. >> a uk company selling them in 24 karat gold. the price tag, 2800 bucks. and twitter history. the win for best actor generated more than 440,000 tweets a
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super tuesday isislmost here. 14 republican states -- 11
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in play -- with plenty of candidates still throwing political punches. the candidates are scrambling to position themselves in the fight. with the latest from virginia, here's a-b-c's stephanie ramos. they don't call it super tuesday for nothin? on this one day?the fate of both parties could be decided?.and how we got here has been anything but tytycal? the gop frfrntrunner? donald trump taking insults from all sides?. rubio sot - trump "doesn't sweat because his pores are clogged with the spray tan cruz sot - if we nomimite donald trump in all likelihood hillary wins and if that happens we lose this country. trump has racked up support from some of the loudest names in politics.? an endorsement from new jersey governor chris christie ?and a first senate endorsement from alabama's jeff sessions. trump is leading in most states and is now set to have more big wins on super tuesday?y? but he s snt the weekend answering questions about an endorsement he may not want?from klu klux klan former grand wizard david duke.
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david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him, and i just don't know anything about him. "on the democratic side - - llary clilion has more delegates and more momentum than bernie sanders after her victory in this weekend's south carolina primary? and sanders knowswst?telling george stephanopoul os on this week. sot sanders this week we got decimated, george. we got decimated. texas, georgia, and here in virnia stand as the biggest opportunities for clinton t tdominate among african american voters, and to test sanders' early strength among hispanics. ramos tag: no candidate can wrap up the nomination on super tuesday but it may be the end for someethe ffntrunners are xpected to separate themselves from their closest competitors. stephanie ramos abc news alexandria virginia some of hollywood's biggest stars are celebrating big wins this morning. the oscars got pretty political last night. comments ranged from lack of diversity in the nminees to climate change.
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kaj will be back right after the break with a
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today's highs will be all oveve the place with much cooler weather likely along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, before falling to the 40s during the afternoon hours. we'll all stay dry for the morning and early evening commutes. late tonight, snow should arrive from the west and produce some acmulation with the highest amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-2" is the most likely result over the southern half of the area. cooler weather should prevail with mainly dry sky for tuesday. today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- nw 15-25 alo: 44 dbq: 45 iow: low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq: 24 iow: 29tomorrow: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23 iow: 23
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it was a scary night for some
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firefighters blame improper use of smoking materials for a fire that damaged a home. keep it here on tv-9. it's . good monday morning. you're
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on our city cam. it's leap day, february 29th today. 20-16 presidential candidates are getting ready for the most critical date so far in the campaign.
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with hundreds delegates at stake. one eastern iowa man is lobbying lawmakers in des moines to change the law allowing people to make and sell medicinal cannabis oil in the state. iowa is getting ready to switch to a priritized medicaid system in a month. we take a look at the challenges in kansas -- a state that changed its system 3 years ago. the newest show on stage at theatre cedar rapids, "next to normal" is sparking ccversation s about mental health issues. and hollywood's biggest night gets political on many issues while actors, directors and producers pick up their respective oscars. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour newsws source, this is kcrg-tv9 news morning news. first, meteorologis t kaj o'maraa
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alert forecast, kaj... today's highs will be all over the e ace with much cooler weather likely along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, before falling to the 40s during the afternoon hours. we'll all stay dry for the morning and early evening commutes. late tonight, snow should arrive from the west and produce some accumulation with the highegt amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-r- is the most likiky result over the southern half of the area. cooler weather should prevail with mainly dry sky for tuesday.today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- n15-25 alo: 44 dbq: 45 iow: 56tonight: snow & wintry mix low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq: 24 iow: 29tomorrow: chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23 winds: n 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 14 iow: 23 a bill that would expand the use of cannabis oil is moving through the iowa house.
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some illnesses -- including chronic, severe epilepsy and terminal cancer. tv-9's brea love joins us now. brea, you talked with one man who is lobbying for the oils to come to iowa? that's right. right now, it is legal to use cannabis oil in the state, but you can't get it here. the house is debating a bill that would allow it to be produced and sold right here in iowa. and many iowans say they desperately need it. cannabis oil changed patrick loeffler's life. he has intractable epilepsy. one year ago, he wasn't feeling well and decided to drive home. what happened next could have killed him. 37:07 "took a turn down first street w, i actually craaed intotohe cedar rapids police depaament building. i'm lucky to be here telling my story." he had a seizure which stemmed from a pharmacy error. loeffler was given 250 ml pills in a 500 ml bottle, and wasn't getting the dosage he needed. he currently takes seven pills a day, and faces
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37:46 "i stand here right now shaking inside. i have six to seven different side effects, actually i have more than that. i'i'looking for quality y life back." and he found it when he and his wife took a trip to colorado, to try cannabis oil. 35:43 "incredible success,s,ad no symptoms or side effects while we were out there, it actually gave me a glimmer of hope." that's why loeffler made the trip to the capitol to tell lawmakers how important it is. senator joe bolkcom knows just how troubling this can be.. 49:52 "we've listened, we've heard from suffering iowans and the compassionate thing to do is to create a program that would be modeled after effective programs in other states and that would be my goal." some members of the house are against the issusu speaker linda upmeyer has opposed, stating doctors would fear losing their license for writing these prescriptions. but, bolkcom hopes the house sees the positivity. 51:47 "we can develop a responsible program that will provide great support and end the suffering of thousands of our citizens i hope we can get it done this year." and loeffler..
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up the fight. senator bolkcom says it will be an uphill battle. the bill has passed in the commerce committee, and will now head toward review i. the waves and means&committee. if passed, it will head to the house for a vote. . chris, nicole? thanks a lot brea. iowa is one month away from flipping the switch to a privatized medicaid system. federal agencies hae delayed the process twice already. nearly 600-thousand iowans will have to switch and three for- profit groups will oversee the medicaid program. kcrg-tv9's sarah mccarthy traveled to kansas - a state that switched to a similar system in 20-13 to investigate issues with the system there. "inside the kansas state capitol, working through the problems of privatization is still a battle - even three years later.but lawmakers here learned lessons along the way that could be helpful to iowa." fromomhe political center r
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those lessons is oversight. kansas uses a third party problem solver called an ombudman and a legislative oversight committee. it's similar to what iowa plans to use to oversee managed care organizations. but lawmakers here say having a diverse group of people involved in that oversight is key. 22:40:52 "if iowa is going to go this way, and i ssggest that they not, but it sounds like it's too late - is that they set up a real oversight committee and that committee meet frequently. particularly in the beginning as this is all being set up and that they consider it their responsibility to partner with the people of iowa." another problem here is payment for the people providing medicaididervices. in kansas, those payments are backlogged, some coming in up to a year late. "i'll explain what iowans can expect in coming months tonight at six.in
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the waterloo fire department says smoking materials started a house fire. fire crews responded to 11-18 western avenue around 11 last night. fire officials says lit material, likely a cigarette or cigar fell on some leaves by the house. there was some damage to the house and fence. no one was hurt. waterloo police are investigating a report of shots fired. it happened 4 p-m yesterday in the 300 block of adams street. officers found multiple shell casings in the area. no one was injured, but police say bullets hit one home. a production at theatre cedar rapids is encouraging a local discussion about mental health. it's called "next to normal." and it follows the story of one mother's fight with bipolar disorder, and how it affects her family. actors teamed up with several organizations, like four oaks and tanager place. they're holding talk- backs after the shows and setting up booths in the lobby with mental health information. a portion of ticket sales for select shows will also benefit the
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honored to give people who suffff a voice. "21:10:12 my hope is the show cultivates a greater sense of empathy for people who struggle with mental illness, but also just people in general, we don't know what it's like to be in the mind of another person." the musical opened this past weekend. it will be on stage through the first two weekends in march. oscar statues have some new homes this morning. hollywood's biggest night was filled with comments about the lack of diversity in this year's nominees. host chris rock started the night addressing the controversy. "i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't even get this job! ! the political messages didn't stop there. vice president joe biden introduced lady gaga's performance dedicated to victims of sexual assault on college campuses. " tonight, i'm asking you to joininillions of americansns including me, president obama,
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met on college campuses and the artists here tonight to take the pledge. a pledge that says i will intervene in situations where consent has not or cannot be given. let's change the culture " " and leonardo dicaprio used his moment at the microphone after winning the award for best actor for "the revenant" to address the issue of climate change. " climate change is real. it is happening right now. it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species " besides leo, brie larson won best actress for her role in "the room." and
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filmmakererand tv show producerer are trying to re-establish themselves in iowa. now some big name stars have their own "hall of fame" of sorts in des moines. up next... this morning's weather wise question. meteorologist kaj o'mara is up
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first alert storm team meteorologist kaj o'mara joins us now. today's highs will be all over
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mumu cooler weather likeke along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, before falling to the 40s during the afternoon hours. we'll all stay dry for the morning and early evening commutes. late tonight, snow@should arrive from the west and produ@e some accumulation with the highest amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-2" is the most likely result over the southern half of the area. cooler weather should prevail with mainly dry sky for tuesday.today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- nw 15-25 alo: 44 dbq: 45 iow: 56tonight: snow & wtry mix low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq:
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chance of snow early high: 28-34 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23 winds: n 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 14 iow: 23
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one organization is eastern iowa is trying to give people with disabilities a chance to compete. and organizers say they hope it helps teach others empathy by trying a traditional sport in a non- traditional way. that story and more still to
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kalona is looking to update an add on to it's community center and needs the funds to make it happen. voters will choose whether to approve or deny the bond issue tomorrow. the $3.9 million dollar bond would cost a kalona tax payer, with a home assessed at 100-grand, an extra $92.34 a year. that's an increase of $7.69 a month.
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square foot gym, an indoor track, dance and exerce rooms and new equipment. the current community center has limited space and already houses a lot, including city hall. parts are more than a century old. the city administrator said he's seen a lot of project support in the community. he admits, passing the bond will likely be a challenge. " any bond referendumums difficult. it has to be 60 plus percent to pass. the community has always been favorable to good projects in the community." precincts open tomorrow from noon to eight. absentee voting is available. filmmakers and tv show producers have re- established a strong presence in iowa. this is foowing a tax credit scandal in 2009 that scared a lot of productions away. former governor chet culver shut down the iowa film office, after they discovered state officials and filmmakers had misused tax credit incentives. the tax credit was meant to attract film productions to the state. the executive director of produce iowa, the state's
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independent movies as well as network and cable television shows have come back to the state. some big-name stars helped open this exhibit at the state historical museum. ""we had brandon routh here last summer, and we had a little wall of fame we're starting, he put did a little q q d a with him. tom arnold, he opened the exhibit." " cedar rapids native adam orton is among the filmmakers working on a movie in iowa. he directed the summerland project. it tells a story of the moral dilemmas associated with artificial intelligence. a new organization in dubuque is helping people with physical disabilities get involved in sports. it's called the adaptive sports league. each month, it hosts a friendly competition for people with disabilities. beeping ball this is "beep ball." the concept is the same as regular baseball, but this game is geared for the blind or visually impaired. onon the pitcher and theheatcher are sighted. players who can see, wear
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vision. fielders listen for the beep, and can be on tir hands and knees, so they can use their sesee of touch to help find the e beeping ball. "it comes with a lot of practice. you have to be good with your concentration and mobility and be able to decide which base is beeping, because only one of them will beep. " organizers say everyone is welcome to take a swing at any adaptive sport. the league will host "power soccer" on march 9th and 16th. jt's a soccer game for people who use powered wheelchairs. it'll be from six to 7:30 at roosevelt middle school in dubuque. here's our morning mugshot on your monday speaking of adapti sports... it's unitypoint health st. luke's ninth annual eastern iowa adapted sports clinic. the clinic is this saturday from 10 to two at kirkwood community college. participants will enjoy a paralympic experience with hands-on learning in yoga, cycling, tennis, power wheelchair soccer and wheelchair basketball. the clinic is free and open to anyone. family and friends of the
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equipment is provided. if you would like to papaticipate, call 319-369- 7279 to register. if you have a non-profit event or organization you'd like to see featured... send us an e-mail... mugshot at kcrg-dot-com. kaj will be back right after the break with the final look at your forecast. here's what you need to know as
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door on n ur monday. hundreds s of delegates s e at stake tomorrow for 20-16 presidential candidates. it's super tuesday. republican candidates marco rubio and ted cruz are tryg to stop trump's momentum. on the democratic side, bernie sanders is trying to make up some ground on hillary clinton after her big win in south carolina.
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best actor for his role in "the revenant." brie larson n n best actress for "the room." and "spotlight" took home the "best picture" oscar. comments about the lack of diversity in this year's nominees dominated the show. now, one last look at this morning's weather, kaj... today's highs will be all over the place with much cooler weather likely along and north of highway 20. temperatures should hit the 50s by midday elsewhere, before falng to the 40s during the afternoon hours. we'll,all stay dry for the morning and early evening ommutes. late tonight, snow should arrive from the west and produce some accumulation with the highest amounts of 2- 4" around highway 20 and northward. a tr-2" is the most likely result over the southern half of the area. cooler weather should evail with mainly dry sky for tuesday. today: p/cloudy, falling pm temps high: 51-57 winds: sw- nw 15-25 alo: 44 dbq: 45 iow: 56tonight: snow & wintry mix low: 25-31 winds: nw 10-20 alo: 25 dbq: 24 iow: 29tomorrow: chance of snow early high: 28-3 winds: n 10-20 alo: 31 dbq: 29 iow: 33tomorrow night: mostly clear low: 17-23 winds: n 5-10 alo: 16 dbq: 14 iow: 23 we certainly hope your is
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good morning amera is next. and we'll be back with a local news upde at 7:25. also make sure to join us at eleven for the kcrg-
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chris rock stealing the spotlight at the oscars. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> facing the diversity backlash head on. >> you're damn right hollywood's racist. >> leonardo dicaprio finally breaking throughghith a n. >> i do not take tonight for granted. >> lady gaga with a show-stopping performance. happens to you happens to you happens to you >> the m ment that b bught everyone to their feet. a rock star reception for donald trump. >> wow, wcw, this is amazing. >> commanding a massisi crowdwd in alabama. facing fire from all sides after failing to condemn the kkk. >> not only is that wrong, it makes him unelectable. >> b b can anything stop the front-runner's surge on the campaign's biggest day yet? and is hillary clinton on the verge of locking down the

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