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winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but average temperatures will continue into the weekend. here's your forecast for today. we will have temperatures in the 40s to near 50 degrees with windy conditions. details on warmer temperatures coming up in just a few minutes. an iowa police chief is facing the above average temperatures will continue into the weekend. here's your forecast for today. we will temperatures coming up in just a few minutes. an iowa police chief is facing some controversy today... an invesitgation in dennison found racist and pornographic pictures that allegedly came from the town's police chief... were transmitted to a shared city computer drive...
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there was information on the chief's private computer that got onto the department's shared drive. the attorney also says appropriate disciplinary action has been taken... no details have been released about what that discipline is... but groups protested the chief's alleged actions yesterday:.. "public opinion. what he's got on his computer is not right and they are and it needs to change." the police chief says -- he will not talk about it. a kwwl follow- up... as police tell us no arrests have been made following a report of shots fired last night... officers found at least 20 shell casings in the 15- hundred block of woodmayr drive in waterloo. no one was hurt. but last night -- officers told in the iowa legislature... a bill advances, that could count the number of untested rape kits in our state. it now moves on to the full house. when kwwl visited the state crime lab two years ago, investigators told
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cases on backlog, including rape kits. multiple states have focused on the kits in recent years. the federal government pledged to address the issue. also advancing -- a bicyclist bill. it would require drivers passing cyclists in the same direction to do so similar to how they would pass another crossing the center line...giving the cyclist space. some bike shop owners think this bill could help get more people out on bikes... (cg: thaddeus walters/ talking they don't feel safe on the roads just being close to cars kind of scares them." this does not apply to areas with designated bike lanes. the bill now heads to the full state senate. decision 2016: it looks like the g- o-p race has a new leader -- according to a new national poll... ted cruz has overtaken donald trump in the new nbc news - wall street journal poll... it shows
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28 percent of republican primary 26 percent... just last month... trump held a 13 point lead over cruz in the same poll... it's tremendously encouraging...to be leading the get to first place to win. marco rubio is third... ohio governor john kasich fourth...followed by ben carson...and jeb bush. and while he may not lead the national polls... rubio picks up the most coveted endorsement ahead of the south carolina primary. he's got the backing of the state's popular govenor, nikki haley.... "we say that every day is a marco rubio, everyday will be a great day in america." haley will be on the campaign trail with rubio through saturday's primary. four years ago governor
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the south carolina primary to newt gingrich. in the democratic race -- all eyes are on nevada... and -- the caucus there could look a lot like iowa's... a new c-n-n-o-r-c poll has democratic caucusgoers in nevada split almost evenly between the two presidential candidates. 48-percent say they support clinton...47-percent sanders. saturday... continuing coverage...the federal government taking a step forward today in response to the flint water crisis. the health and human services today. she plans to meet with city discuss the next steps to address the city's ongoing health challenges. flint's mayor has recently called for removing and in the city. but the governor wants to coat the city's pipes with a do a study first. and an iowa state basketball star is asking iowans to get clean
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monte morris -- who grew up in flint -- talked about his hometown and about why people here should care. hy-vee said they were inspired to do something using their resources after hearing morris's plea... morris has been active on "hey cyclone fans, it's monte many of my neighbors have been tremendously affected. i've been asked what i can do to help the problem. make a donation to the salvation army. you can text the word water to 91999. anything you can do will help. thanks again for your support." today hyvee is sending 11 semi- gallons and five filled with bottled water- to flint. an i-s-u senior also set up a gofundme page after hearing morris' message... if you'd like to find out how to donate... visit our website at k-w-w-l dot com. meanwhile: a big year for iowa's football and basketball teams-- means a big
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director. gary barta rewarded with a 5- year contract extension. university of iowa president bruce harreld and barta made the agreement last month. it guarantees barta 4-point-6 million dollars through june 20-21. at the same time -- more faculty members are resgining at the university -- up 36- percent last year... salary is often cited as the reason people leave. the college of medicine has been hit the hardest. so, to attract and keep faculty - coming up... medical marijuana could soon become more available here in iowa -- but perhaps not in the way you think... plus... college students take full advantage of the winter weather with an epic creation... we'll be right back with your storm track seven forecast. "you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered, with ally crutcher and meteorologist kyle kiel. this is the kwwl
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"now yourfrom the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack
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here is additional forecast information from the kwwl welcome back i'm emeteorologist kyle kiel. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low
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patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. the forecast as we end the work 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight
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friday will be mostly sunny with be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and week. for the most part, we the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are for the most part we stay dry. tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low possible this evening and overnight across the north, but
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temperatures will be above well...when life gives you a winter storm - make an igloo... winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. winter storm - make an igloo... it sounds like we'll be seeing less of this here in iowa coming of winter left in upstate new york... some students at the university of rochester decided to build themselves an igloo this week! they even stayed there overnight...
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high and 12-feet wide. the students made sure to include a hole at the top to vent out excess body heat -- keeping the structure from melting on top of them... no word if the project might coming up.... america's most beautiful spots looks like they're becoming more and more appreciated... and... a hospital takes an unusual ransom situation into its own hands this week... more details on the way... you're watching kwwl. we've got you covered in arlington, rossville, strawberry point and all of eastern iowa.
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a medical mariway through iowa legislature... it means more people may be able to use cannibas oil... the bill would also create a system for manufacturing... dispensing... and possessing medical marijuana.... currently, iowa law allows some epilepsy patients to use cannabis oil...but...without a system in place to sell it, things get tricky. yesterday the house commerce committee voted 17 to 6 in support of the bill. this still bans smoking marijuana -- even for medical reasons. it'll now go to the full house... elsewhere -- an l-a hospital paid thousands of dollars to hackers to get its computer this week... the medical center in this video handed over about 17- thousand dollars worth of bitcoins -- a form of internet currency... staff started noticing a problem almost two weeks ago -- as
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systems. administrators decided the quickest way to get back up and running was to simply pay the "ransom"... the f-b-i is now investigating... speaking of hospitals... about one in five americans visits the emergency room each year... a majority say they needed treatment for a serious medical condition. but 12-percent head to the e-r was not open -- and seven percent said they had no other health provider. medicaid patients were most likely to seek emergency care for serious symptoms. adults without insurance tended to use the e-r for less urgent problems. a homeless shelter is looking for help as they continue to battle bedbugs. the hope house in dubuque has been dealing with the parasite for the past two years. staff has started aggressively treating for the bugs--checking beds and spraying furniture. now they're hoping to raise money to get new bed frames and chairs that'll help make the "is that going to stop the
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spring, and there's no where for them to hide." the bed frames cost 380 dollars before taxes and shipping, and the chairs cost 200 dollars. still on the way today... a recall impacts millions of cars from a brand that's popular here in the u-s... stay tuned to see if your car is and... you might be losing out by being too loyal when it comes to your credit cards... this is kwwl-- we'll be right back.
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only from centurylink. call and switch today. getting more popular. new numbers show more people visited national parks in 2015 than ever before. parks across the country hosted a record breaking 3- hundred-7-million visits. and nearly all of the sites set records for visits last year... the most popular destination was the great smoky mountains -- which hosted more than 10 million visitors in 2015... if you've been using your favorite, go- to credit card for years and years... you may be missing out on rewards and big sign-up bonuses... a new study released today by credit cards dot com finds 25 million credit card holders haven't
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in at least ten years. but as card issuers continue to compete for new customers, staying loyal to your favorite card could have you missing out on perks... big recall news in the car world... as toyota is recalling more than a million vehicles here in the united states because of problems with the seat belts... the company is calling back almost 3 million cars world wide... the recall covers 2005 though 2014 rav-4 s-u-v's... toyota says seatbelts in the back seat could be cut and basically, wouldn't work. the company says it will add plastic covers to the seat cushion frame at no cost... coming up on kwwl, the mister food test kitchen.... that'll add some flair to the upcoming weekend... but first, a look at your latest numbers from wall street and the farm markets. if you think all chilies were created equal, you better think
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on. but today's, recipe is a little different and one that and a minced onion in a large you can always use a hotter variety. after no pink remains and we've poured off any of the pan drippings, we stir in a couple
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rinsed and drained, a can of corn, tomato sauce, some salsa, let it simmer until everything is heated through and all the flavors blend together. that's it. it's the seasonings in the sausage that make this chili stand out from the crowd. and the fact that you can have a hot and hearty meal on the table in less than 30 minutes makes this even better. the super-fast recipe for our, "southwest sausage chili," is online now to help you chase away those winter today, we're looking for an easier way for you to say . "ooh
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into bizarre territory... and... potentially deadly radioactive material is missing near an isis stronghold -- we'll have a report on the efforts to find which hands it's currently in... but first... a trip for president obama next month could mean one small flight for man... one giant leap in foreign relations for a nearby island nation... welcome back to the news at noon.. i'm ally crutcher it is feeling warmer and warmer outside -- and it looks like we'll be losing a
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in time for the weekend... let's go to storm track seven meteorologist kyle kiel now for what else you can warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work today with highs in the lower levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. the above average temperatures will continue into the weekend. here's your forecast for today. we will have temperatures in the 40s to near 50 degrees with windy conditions. details on warmer temperatures coming up in just a few minutes. a grass fire in kansas is forecast for today. we will conditions. details on warmer temperatures coming up in just a few minutes.
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burning out of control -- and has now ignited buildings in its path... here's aerials of the fire happening right now... firefighters are attempting to stop the path of the blaze that is burning through grassland just north of kansas city today... we'll keep you updated on the situation as it develops this afternoon... the white house will announce today -- president obama is traveling to cuba next month... that trip will make history -- as the last time a sitting u-s president visited cuba -- was in 1928... calvin coolidge was the last president to visit cuba... the visit will mark another step between the two countries to heal a relationship -- after decades of cold war friction...
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cuba signed a deal restoring commercial air travel. obama's trip will take him to a handful of other latin american nations as well. the search is on for potentially deadly radioactive material that was stolen late last year... this is raising fears the material could fall into the hands of isis fighters who control parts of that country... it's a nightmare scenario... isis packing radioactive material in explosives... making a so-called used by the oil industry to check for leaks in pipes, has vanished in southern iraq. an iraqi government document seen by nbc news confirms "a highly dangerous radioactive material"... iridium 192... was stolen from a storage facility linked to weatherford oil company in november. u-s based weatherford oil told nbc news: "we do not and that a different company held the material.
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able to reach them for comment. "we have not seen any indication that the material in question is being acquired by daesh (isis) or any other take these reports very seriously." the state department said there is no evidence that isis... which holds mosul in northern iraq but no territory in shiite- dominated basra... pulled off the theft. "but at this point, the iraqis don't know who did. security forces told reuters news agency it looked like an inside jodb, nbc news, london." we'll keep you updated on the search as it continues to develop... continuing coverage today... apple's c-e-o is challenging a judge's order. he says this is a ruling which could affect anyone with an iphone... the judge says apple must help the
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one of the san bernardino shooters as they look into his ties to isis. apple says the order could jeopardize the privacy for hundreds of millions of law- the department of justice doesn't think so -- saying it would only affect one device. protesters gathered outside the apple store in san francisco yesterday to show support for the tech company. here's something you definitely don't see every day -- a slow-speed police chase... involving some heavy machinery... a man in florida is facing multiple charges after this alleged joy-ride in a back-hoe last night... the chase lasted for about an hour and a half -- damaging the road and bridges. the back-hoe was eventually stopped with spike strips... while the driver was taken to jail. a new yorker who lost his wallet at a concert got some of his valuables back... after the robber decided to kind-of, sort-of do the right thing...
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he went to a wilco concert in brooklyn, and when reilly flaherty got home he moment." but the really freaky part happened later. "two weeks later this crazy envelope just shows up. dear reilly flaherty. i found your wallet and your drivers license. had your address. so here's your credit cards and other important stuff." that's the cards. the bad news... "i kept the cash because i needed weed (laughter)." "the metrocard because, well, the fare's two-75 now and the wallet cause it's kinda cool." at least the wallet- napper has good taste, it's a handmade leather wallet. reilly posted the letter on social media, writing "thanks...i think." "next thing you know the letter is on the front page of the paper and it's being read aloud national tv." "enjoy the rest of your day.
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toodles? what kind of half good samaritan, half thief could have been good friends. we both like wilco, indie music, same taste in wallets." it's such a new york thing. a little selfish, a little selfless. "anonymous' honesty is actually kind of charming?" hand scrawled letter with a charlie brown stamp. maybe that's a clue. maybe charlie brown did it. "good grief!" jeanne moos, c-n-n, new york. coming up ... forget tossing a ball around -- grab the board for bonding with your pup! and outside -- the warm up continues as we take a live look
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7 weather team. see the screen information from the kwwl welcome back i'm temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s
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gusty winds. the weekend will average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above
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screen for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: from the kwwl stormtrack here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: welcome back i'm emeteorologist kyle kiel. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky today with highs in the lower 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and mph, gusting higher. the wind picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with temperatures will be above average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work 40s north, to upper 40s south. the snow melt will continue, adding moisture to the low levels of the atmosphere, so patchy areas of drizzle are possible this evening and overnight across the north, but picks up 20 to 30 mph tonight and into friday. friday will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s
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gusty winds. the weekend will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will be above the forecast as we end the work 40s north, to upper 40s south. patchy areas of drizzle are winds today will be wsw 15 to 25 mph, gusting higher. the wind temperatures in the upper 40s north, to near 60 south with average in the 40s. warmer temperatures and windy conditions will dominate the forecast as we end the work week. for the most part, we will have a mostly cloudy sky adding moisture to the low overnight across the north, but for the most part we stay dry. temperatures in the upper 40s temperatures will be above average in the 40s. want to build a healthy relationship with your dog...try grabbing a surf board. an australian dog trainer...and former surfing champ...is
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dogs out on the water with him. he says it's a way to teach dog owners to use the discipline of surfing as a way to build healthy relationships with man's surfboards. in "there's a day for everything" news...a day you may want to celebrate.... as it's national drink wine day! and don't feel bad. wine has some health benefits, if you don't over-do it... moderate wine drinkers have lower risks for liver disease, type two diabetes, heart attack, stroke and some cancers. wine can also reduce "bad" cholesterol and increase "good" cholesterol... coming up ... a bright four-year year old has afternoon some warmth...
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developed in 1989 by the r.j. mcelroy trust and kwwl-tv, the gold star award for outstanding teaching recognizes teachers for the stars they are. in fact, so far we've rewarded the awesomeness of more than 350 teachers! the program first grew out of outstanding teachers. low and behold, the collaborators on the program realized that nothing is more important to a child's education than a talented and inspiring teacher. yet those same teachers are often overworked, underappreciated, and (gasp) lured away into more lucrative fields. the mcelroy trust decided that a teacher-recognition program would be an effective way to encourage excellence in teaching - and encourage outstanding teachers to continue
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presto, the gold star award for outstanding teaching was born. each year, we select 10 incredible teachers from hundreds of nominations submitted by students, parents and teachers themselves. then we hold a loud, flashy awards ceremony where all of our stars' fans can whoop it up and cheer them on! and to top it all off, we give each gold star award recipient $1,000 in cash. today, our program has a positive reputation with teachers, students and parents alike. in fact, many of the chosen teachers tell us they consider the gold star award the highlight of their careers. the gold star program is currently accepting applications for the outstanding teaching award. joining ally on today's news at noon is stacy van gorp, the executive director of the mcelroy trust. stacy is here to discuss this year's gold star awards! developed in 1989 by the r.j. mcelroy trust and kwwl-tv, the gold star award for outstanding teaching recognizes teachers for
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stars they are. in fact, so far we've rewarded the awesomeness of more than 350 teachers! the program first grew out of an idea from the mcelroy trust to improve education in northeast iowa by encouraging outstanding teachers. low and behold, the collaborators on the program realized that nothing is more important to a child's education than a talented and inspiring teacher. yet those same teachers are often overworked, underappreciated, and (gasp) lured away into more lucrative fields. the mcelroy trust decided that a teacher-recognition program would be an effective way to encourage excellence in teaching - and encourage outstanding teachers to continue in the profession. presto, the gold star award for outstanding teaching was born. each year, we select 10 incredible teachers from hundreds of nominations submitted by students, parents
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we hold a loud, flashy awards ceremony where all of our stars' fans can whoop it up and cheer them on! and to top it all off, we give each gold star award positive reputation with teachers, students and parents alike. in fact, many of the chosen teachers tell us they consider the gold star award the highlight of their careers. the gold star program is currently accepting applications for the outstanding teaching award. joining ally on today's news at noon is stacy van gorp, the executive director of the
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discuss this year's gopresidents.... but a special four- year-old can recognize each of them -- and also name all the state capitals... kristen hampton catches up with the adorable little kiddo... so like this president?" everybody knows the very first president. and maybe the last dozen. "look what i'm doing? mixing them up." "cool." but there are about 30 or so guys in there in the middle that don't have the most recognizable not." unless you're 4 year old tommy johnston. "this president is-- " "millard fillmore" if you're a little rusty with your presidential recall... take you to school. tommy has been sponging up knowledge... since before he was old enough to talk
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"whatever he can learn he wants to learn. and we have to check him sometimes because we don't think he's right. i'm about 0-10 on that." "i'm going to go--" on just presidents. "but pluto is not a planet." shrinked." educational milestones for a 4 year old suggest they should be able to name some colors and shapes. tommy-- "what is the capital of georgia?" "atlanta." knows all the states... "california, sacramento." and all their capitals. if you're wondering just how this guy got to be so smart... the answer is as simple as he is cute.
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that's a big win. it is for me. with xarelto there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto ... ...was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto . check these little dudes out -- they're baby capybaras... they're native to africa -- but these babies were born on january 29th at the zoo -- and are now about each... here's your storm track 7 day forecast. windy today
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>> shawn: so the money you've been spending like water, that's, uh--that's the money that sami stole from the dimeras, right? >> belle: you don't think she has the right to pay them back for everything they've done to her? >> shawn: look, i don't think it was right that she dragged you into it. but, hey, you know, you've got some mad money now, and what could go wrong with stealing from the dimeras? >> belle: they don't know. >> shawn: did it--did it ever cross your mind that you would be putting our family, our daughter, in their sights? the dimeras, they are not picky about how they exact revenge. >> belle: do you hear yourself right now? i mean, maybe, maybe i would listen to what you had to say about this particular issue if you hadn't judged everything that i've said and done for the last two years. >> shawn: okay. [stutters] oh, i'm sorry, am i supposed to just not care that you had an affair? >> belle: [chuckles] okay, shawn. you know what?

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