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more than a year after the first debates of this election cycle, polls are open across the state. they will stay open until 9 o'clock tonight. if you don't know where to vote, you can find it at the secretary of state's website. we've put a link to that page with our 'what you need to know' story on kcrg dot com. a lot of people voted early in iowa, but there will still be lines today. kcg us live from cedar rapids. phil, what has the turnout looked like so far? plenty of iowans vote early, but for the 60% of iowans heading to the polls between 7 this morning and 9 pm, some other questions could remain. eastern iowans will get to pick 3 candidates to represent them in washington d.c. that includes a senate seat where six-term republican incumbent chuck grassley is up
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congressiona l district, which covers cedar rapids, waterloo and dubuque, one-term republican incumbent rod blum is running against democrat monica vernon. iowa's second district is southeast iowa, including iowa city and davenport. five-term democratic incumbent dave loebsack is facing republican christopher peters. polling locations are open across the state and they are open until 9 pm. you can find your location to vote on the secretary of state's website. you can also register
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up and down the ballot today, a lot of focus is on what could be a historic presidential election. both republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton have been criss-crossing the country over the past several days to make one final push for votes. abc's elizabeth hur reports. clinton - "you bet.. with your help! , with your help!"? hillary clinton and donald trump.. both back in from trump votingnow wait and watch.. hopeful.. this night ends in their favor. clinton votingclinton: "it is the most humbling experience trump voting trump even admitted he's superstitious.. calling into fox and friends before heading to his polling place.. from fox&friendstr ump: "i won
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the morning, so i'm going to keep that string going." their days as candidates.. 576 for clinton and 512 for trump.. in those days.. trump hit 45 states plus mexico and scotland.. hillary visited 37 states plus d-c and puerto rico.. fighting to the finish.. and campaigning well past midnight.. clinton holding her final rally in north carolina with lady gaga and jon bon jovi.. while trump made his final pitch to voters in michigan with running mate, mike pence.. trump today clinton todayvoters across the country from florida.. to north carolina.. and new york are now lining up and waiting to have their vote counted on this historic day.. and the first elec of dixville notch, new hampshire.. where voting kicked off at midnight.. clinton winning there with 4 votes.. donald trump getting 2.. gary johnson one.. and a write-in surprise write in going to mitt romney. elizabeth tag: neither candidate has a public event scheduled today until tonight.. their watch parties.. set to be held just blocks apart in new york city. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. today, eastern iowans are
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candidates to represent them in washington. that includes a senate seat where six-term republican incumbent chuck grassley is up for reelection. his challenger is democrat patty judge. in iowa's first congressiona l district, which covers cedar rapids, waterloo and dubuque, first-term republican rod blum is running against democrat monica vernon. iowa's second district is southeast iowa, including iowa city and davenport. five-term democratic incumbent dave loebsack faces republican chris peters. in l chance to reduce the size of the board of supervisors. people supporting the change from 5 members to 3 say it would cut costs in the county. kevin kula started circulating the petition a year ago. he believes the board members are overpaid for the amount of work they do. right now, the pay for each supervisor is more than 103-thousand dollars. if voters approve the change, the county would also have to redesign the districts each supervisor would represent. supervisor amy johnson opposes the change. "when you have five supervisors,
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representing people in all those small towns of linn county. ya know-central city, palo, prairieburg. and i think people in those towns would really suffer if they didn't have their voices heard through a representative." we reached out to kevin kula for a comment on his support for the change, but he did not respond. if the ballot issue passes, the terms for all 5 supervisors would be up by the end of 2018. democrats and republicans are trying to hang onto their respective majorities in the legislature. democrats have a slim majority in the senate -- 26-24. all but one of the senate incumbents are running for re-election. republicans control the iowa house 57-43. stay with tv9 for election coverage today. follow us on social media for update, and share your voting experience with the hashtag i-a
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look at election results and local analysis. and don't miss a special edition of the t-v 9 news at 10 when we'll have live reports of key races across the state. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... the cold front that brought clouds yesterday and last night has pushed to the east and sunshine has returned. it'll be a bit cooler than yesterday with highs in the upper 50s. we'll also have a north breeze that may gust as high as 20 mph at times. clear skies continue tonight with cooler lows in the middle 30s. we'll keep the sunny sky going will be in the 50s tomorrow, then bump into the 60s on thursday, before another cold front drops us back into the 50s for friday and saturday. in fact, above- normal temperatures should stay with us through at least the middle of next week.today: mainly sunny and a bit breezy at times. wind: n 10-20. high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 58 iow: 60 tonight: clear and cooler. wind: nw 5-10. low: 34 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 35
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some in cedar rapids are demanding police release dash camera video showing an officer shooting a man during a traffic stop one week ago today. police say the law prevents them from releasing it, but legal experts disagree. police officer lucas jones shot jeremy mitchell during what police call an altercation between the 2 the gunfire seriously wounded mitchell and he is still in the hospital. under iowa law, police are not required to release investigative reports. attorney michael lahammer, and the iowa freedom of information council says that does not pertain to video evidence. "there is nothing holding police back from releasing the footage. there is no legislative restriction, or any other
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council says iowa's open records law gives police the sole discretion to release dash camera video of any incident. in a tv9 update, a university of iowa student has died after falling from a pole on the iowa city ped mall. authorities say 21-year- old kyle leeney died yesterday. they say he climbed a pole outside of d-c's bar on dubuque street to celebrate the cubs world series win last week, and then fell. leeney was a sophomore fr engineering. a marion man is dead after a crash in cedar rapids. it happened around 3:40 yesterday afternoon in the 4 thousand block of tower terrace road. cedar rapids police say 54- year-old richard lee hartl's suv went off the road and landed on its roof. he died at the scene. investigators believe he was speeding. there are concussion rules at levels for when an athlete can return to the court or the field. but a new study shows rules are lacking when
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school. stay with us on tv9.
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has pushed to the east and sunshine has returned. it'll be a bit cooler than yesterday with highs in the upper 50s. we'll also have a north breeze that may gust as high as 20 mph at times. clear skies continue
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the sunny sky going straight into the weekend. highs will be in the 50s tomorrow, then bump into the 60s on thursday, before another cold front drops us back into the 50s for friday and saturday. in fact, above- normal temperatures should stay with us through at least the middle of next week.today: mainly sunny and a bit breey at times. wind: n 58 iow: 60 tonight: clear and cooler. wind: nw 5-10. low: 34 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 35 tomorrow: sunny. wind: w 5-10. high: 57 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 tom. night: clear. wind: sw 5-10. low: 37 alo: 36 dbq: 36 iow: 38 thursday: sunny and a little breezy. high: 64 low: 37 friday: mostly sunny. high: 55 low: 41 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 53 low: 30 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 39 monday: partly cloudy. high: 58 low: 44 tuesday: chance of showers. high: 54 low: 43 wednesday: partly cloudy.
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trying to cut down on sports concussions. there are regulations at all le a new study shows guidelines are lacking when it comes to returning to work or school. abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson reports. all 50 states have passed laws governing when kids can return-to- play after concussion. but there are few laws on another post- concussion decision?retu rn-to-learn. doctors often advise "complete brain rest" -
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strong knock to the head. now researchers from seattle, working with attornerys and looking at legal databases state by state, looked at the rules for managing post- concussion return-to- learn. and mostly - there aren't any. only 8 states had return-to-learn laws. only four states included any standards for how they measure when to return to school and mental exercise. and those return-to- learn rules revolved around athletes - ignoring concussions from other sources. laws are th concussion management -- we have seen this with return-to- play. clearly, there is much to do to improve the system for when kids return to school. physical, cognitive, emotional, and sleep-related consequenses hang in the balance - for our kids. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. the u-s government has expanded the conservation reserve
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grazing operations can enroll, in today's agribusiness report. welcome to the agribusiness
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government every year agrees to pay rent to farmers to take sensitive land out of production. it's called the conservation reserve program.. or c-r-p expanding it to small-scale grazing operations.. operations with 100 or fewer head of grazing dairy cows.. or the equivalent.. can submit applications to enroll up to 200 acres of grassland per farm.. the u-s-d-a says this gives livestock operations an opportunity to achieve environmental and economic benefits.. farmers have to apply for the c-r-p benefits by december 16th.. offers selected will be enrolled beginning october 2017..
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trans-pacific partnership countries are ramping up efforts to build support for ratifying the 12 country pact. the international center for trade says the election politics surrounding t-p-p has put the obama administration in a difficult position... as both presidential candidates oppose the t- p-p.. one issue is house speaker paul ryan says he won't put the vote forward if there aren't enough votes.. and opposition in his home state of wisconsin puts pressure on him to wisconsin dairy farmers voiced opposition to t-p-p in its current form in a poll by the wisconsin farmers union.. nearly 80 percent of the one thousand farmers surveyed favored congress rejecting or putting a moratorium on the deal.. they say they want imported milk protein concentrates and other low-cost import concerns resolved.. they focus primarily on new zealand, saying tpp would displace wisconsin milk
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elections and a big crop report this week.. the markets are unstable.. market analyst angie setzer has more. "we did test the low end of the new range, we saw the market break through the $9.80 figure and trade up above $10 in the november board here." "a week or so ago and we fell back, tested the bottom and seemed to be showing a bit of strength here as we start the week out. we did see some export sale announcement s and we've had 300 million bushel of soybeans shipped in sneeze at and the market's paying attention to that. everyone's waiting right now in corn and wheat to see where we head as we move forward. again same thing we're a little rangebound there." "we saw a higher week overall last week we did have a bit of a weak close there on friday and a bit of a continuation on this week and that. same story, rallies are probably going to be meant to be sold for a while and we'll probably remain
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same time it's met with really strong demand. but without much in the way of any big story again, we'll probably just continue to trade in that rangebound fashion." ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again next time. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard the city of of cedar rapids millions of dollars in september. we'll dig into the cost of permanent flood protection and the progress the city has made since 2008. stay with us on
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flood protection could cost more than 600 million dollars. under the current rules, a lot of communities with more valuable property rank ahead of cedar rapids to get federal funding. the city has access to 267-million dollars of sales tax money for flood work, but that money will come in slowly over 20 years. to earn that state money, the city will put up 110-
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years. the federal government approved 78 million dollars for flood protection, but there's no actual money yet. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman reports on the final 170- million and where it's coming from. when the cedar river began rising rapidly in late september, city workers, contractors and volunteers swung into action if worked, but it cost more than 10-million dollars to keep damage to a minimum. very little of that work can be incorporated into a long-term "that's why we put on a full court press with the candidates, it's been eight years, going on nine years we've got to get that in the budget." both presidential candidates have talked about rebuilding infrastructure nationwide and city leaders used recent appearances to lobby for moving cedar rapids up the funding list. cedar rapids qualified for what would now be 78- million in federal funding back in 2014. but so did a total of 34 communities that year with
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have a total backlog of 60-billion in projects approved, but still not funded. " if we had the army corps of engineers funding, we would have this project funded...if we could build it right then and there...so the key really is to get it built more quickly " davis says the 625-million total figure includes two decades of construction inflation and interest. getting it built quicker, say in 10 years, might knock 50 to 70-million dollars off moving cedar rapids up the federal funding list, the mayor also wants the state to give the city the sales tax money in 10 years instead of 20. it would cost the same, but the city could start flood work a lot quicker. " i'm prepared to go to bat for the city of cedar rapids on that but i'm going to tell you the budget at the state level's awfully tight... so i think it's going to be a tough sell but we can go to bat and try to get that done. " and the last piece of the puzzle, are city taxpayers ready to contribute more? in 2011 and 2012...a local option
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the proceeds went to road repairs. after september, are voters willing to extend the local option this time for flood protection? dave franzman with that report. mayor corbett says after the election and after the legislature meets he'll know if there's more federal flood aid coming. another water-related issue is on the ballot for today's election. a mt to help water quality is on the table in linn county. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. polls are open for the 2016
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turnout here in cedar rapids, coming up in a live report. across the country, voters are deciding in what could be a historic presidential election. we'll check in with the clinton and trump campaigns. and friends and family say goodbye to another and friends and family say goodbye to another police officer killed in central iowa. we'll take you live to the funeral of officer justin martin. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midd voters in iowa still have almost 10 hours to get out and vote before polls close this election day. polls have been open all morning across the country. this is a live look at people voting in ohio right now. abc's adrienne bankert and kenneth moton are with the hillary clinton and donald trump campaigns in new york.
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vote?for herself. the presidential candidate and former president bill clinton surrounded by cameras and supporters as they cast their ballots in chappaqua, new york. sot hrc 081820: it is the most humbling experience because you know i know how much responsibility goes with this little rest for clinton who touched down around 3am after a whirlwind, final day on the trail in several battleground states. sot hrc so many people are counting on the outcome of this election. what it means for and i'll do the very best i can if i am fortunate enough to win today. to relieve some of the election day tension, the clinton campaign struck a pose for the latest internet craze the mannequin challenge?the campaign saying don't stand still, vote today. and it's expected to be standing room only here at the javits center for tonight's election party. clinton, her family and campaign staff will watch the results come in right here in manhattan. kenneth moton, abc news, new york. and i'm adrienne bankert at donald trump's election night headquarters. the republican nominee dropping his ballot at this elementary school in manhattan...joi ning millions of voters ..in new york, and across the country
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greeted as mr. president. this couple in pennsylvania is hoping he wins. david: he is a businessman.. if he doesn't insult the entire world if he sticks to the business he can change the country around? hopefully cindy: i just don't trust hillary trump campaigned from 11 a-m to 1:00 a-m this morning. finishing off with late night rally in grand rapids, michigan where their nominee. trump vowing to bring back u.s. jobs and reform healthcare. sot trump "today is our independence day. today the american working class is going to strike back, finally." the gop nominee's last stop capping a marathon day of 8 states in 24 hours .. including florida and new hampshire. long lines of supporters waiting overnight to see him?: sot: we're winning ohio. we're winning new hampshire. we're winning iowa. i hear we're winning florida big. tag: in a fox news interview today ... trump saying he had some regrets but is still confident that he would win big in several key states. tonight trump's election night party will kick off right here at the hilton hotel. kcrg-tv9's phil reed is live at polling ace cedar rapids and js live. phil, have you seen a strm of voters so r thisrning?
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iowans heading to the polls between 7 this morning and 9 pm, some other questions could remain. eastern iowans will get to pick 3 candidates to represent them in washington d.c. that includes a senate seat where six-term republican incumbent chuck grassley is up for reelection. his challenger is democrat patty judge. in iowa's first congressiona l district, which covers cedar rapids, waterloo and dubuque, one-term republican incumbent rod blum is running against democrat monica vernon. iowa's second district is southeast iowa, including iowa city and davenport. five-term democratic incumbent dave loebsack is facing republican christopher open across the state and they are open until 9 pm. you can find your location to vote on the secretary of state's website. you can also register
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polling place, you can find it on the secretary of state's website. we've put a link to that website on kcrg dot com. in iowa, you can register to vote on election day with a driver's license or photo i-d with proof of address. and officials encourage voters, but do not require them, to vote for every issue on the ballot. eastern iowans are picking 3 candidates to represent them in washington
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where six-term republican incumbent chuck grassley is up for reelection. his challenger is democrat patty judge. in iowa's first congressiona l district, which covers cedar rapids, waterloo and dubuque, one-term republican incumbent rod blum is running against democrat monica vernon. iowa's second district is southeast iowa, including iowa city and davenport. five-term democratic incumbent dave loebsack is facing republican chris peters. today, voters in linn county decide on a 40 million dollar most of the money from the bond would fund water and land protection to improve water quality and mitigate flooding. some would also pay for improving parks and trails in linn county. if it passes, the owner of a home worth 140-thousand dollars would pay an additional 27 dollars a year. a member of the board of conservation says the the improvements would have a long-lasting impact. "i know if i just put $27 towards an effort it doesn't go very
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a positive impact, um for the residents here today but also the residents here tomorrow. " the bond issue requires a 60 percent super majority to pass. voters in marion will decide on a referendum today on how to elect their city council members. right now, the city has 3 at large council members and 4 ward council members. but the entire city is allowed to vote for all 7 council members. the proposed change would have people elect 1 member from their own ward, plus spots. voters in iowa city can decide on a measure that could lower the number of signatures needed to bring future initiatives and referendums in front of the city council. current code says at least 25 percent of the number of people who vote in the last city election have to sign the document. if this measure passes today, it would lower that number to 10 percent. today, we hope you'll stay with t-v 9 for election coverage. first, follow us on social
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share your voting experience with the hashtag i-a votes. when the polls close at 9, join us for a facebook live look at election results with analysis. and don't miss a special edition of the t-v 9 news at 10 when we'll have live reports of key races across the state. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... the cold front that brought clouds yesterday and last night has pushed to the east and sunshine has returned. it'll be a bit cooler than upper 50s. we'll also have a north breeze that may gust as high as 20 mph at times. clear skies continue tonight with cooler lows in the middle 30s. we'll keep the sunny sky going straight into the weekend. highs will be in the 50s tomorrow, then bump into the 60s on thursday, before another cold front drops us back into the 50s for friday and saturday. in fact, above-
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next week.today: mainly sunny and a bit breezy at times. wind: n 10-20. high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 58 iow: 60 tonight: clear and cooler. wind: nw 5-10. low: 34 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 35 today family, friends and fellow officers are remembering urbandale police officer justin martin. he died in an ambush attack while he was sitting in his squad car last wednesday. this is a live look at his hometown of rockwell city, to begin in just a few minutes. the 24-year-old just joined the urbandale police force just last year. you can watch his funeral service live on kcrg 9 point 2nd kcrg dot com. yesterday, people filled the lutheran church of hope in west des moines for sgt. anthony beminio's funeral. he was the other officer killed last wednesday in the attacks. the 11-year veteran of the des moines police force leaves behind a wife and 3
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native -- part of the class of 1996 at iowa city west high school. in a eulogy, the des moines police chief told people sergeant beminio wasn't just good at this job, he was great at this job. "45 if god could handcraft the perfect police officer inside and out, he would look just like tony. command presence oozed from his pores. but his size and strength were just a small part of who he was. he was intelligent, detailed. " hundreds of police vehicles from all over the state later escorted sergeant beminio's body to his final resting place, glendale cemetery. the parent of a kindergartener at starry elementary in the marion school district is frustrated after she says her child is the victim of abuse. a marion police department investigator contacted the mother last wednesday.
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helper for inappropriate ly touching students in her child's class. the school didn't notify her, and she wants other parents to be aware of what's happening. "your child may not be a victim, your child may not even know about the situation, but don't you have the right to know who is in your school? who's in your child school, who's interacting with your children." we reached out to marion police and the department confirmed the investigation but didn't give us charged. we also reached out to marion independent school district. in a statement, the district says... "we are aware of some allegations regarding improprieties that may have occurred in one of our classrooms. the matter has been turned over to the police department for investigation". a popular netflix show is adding to its cast. some science fiction nostalgia is coming to season two of stranger things. stay with us on tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts
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the cold front that brought clouds yesterday and last night has pushed to the east and sunshine has returned. it'll be a bit cooler than yesterday with highs in the upper 50s. we'll also have a north breeze that may gust as high as 20 mph at times. clear skies continue tonight with cooler lows in the middle 30s. we'll keep the sunny sky going straight into the weekend. highs will be in the 50s tomorrow, then bump into the 60s
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the 50s for friday and saturday. in fact, above- normal temperatures should stay with us through at least the middle of next week.today: mainly sunny and a bit breezy at times. wind: n 10-20. high: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 58 iow: 60 tonight: clear and cooler. wind: nw 5-10. low: 34 alo: 31 dbq: 33 iow: 35 tomorrow: sunny. wind: w 5-10. high: 57 alo: 57 dbq: 56 iow: 58 tom. night: clear. wind: sw 5-10. low: 37 alo: 36 dbq: 36 iow: 38 thursday: sunny and a little breezy. high: 64 low: 37 friday: mostly sunny. high: 55 low: 41 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 53 low: 30 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 39 monday: partly cloudy. high: 58 low: 44 high: 54 low: 43 wednesday: partly cloudy. high: 51 low: 31
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coming back to another hit tv show on netflix. and rihanna is getting the royal treatment while touring in barbados. abc's jason nathanson has today's showbiz wrap. stranger things is diving deeper into 80s nostalgia with its latest casting. goonies star sean astin is joining the netflix series for season 2, as is paul reiser, who pl villain in the 1986 sci-fi horror movie aliens. reiser will play a government doctor trying to contain the fallout from the events of season 1 - astin will play the manager of the local radioshack. look for season two next year. rihanna may be a queen to her fans, but later this month, she'll be hanging with an actual prince. she'll join britain's prince harry for a stop on his upcoming royal tour of the caribbean. they'll mark the 50th anniversary of barbados' independence from british rule. rihanna is, of course, from barbados. a nail biter on the album chart this week - as jeezy edged
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or die 3 is the rapper's 3rd number one on the billboard 200 album chart - and his first since he dropped the young from his name. kenny chesney's new album, cosmic hallelujah, came in 2nd, though it actually sold more copies than jeezy's album. but since billboard now counts streaming and other factors into the mix, jeezy got the win, but just barely. and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. after a week of getting your votes, kcrg-tv9 and hills bank and trust are happy to announce november's student of the month. 17-year-old ryan adams is our winner. ryan is a senior from independence and excels in academics, athletics, and the arts. he participates on a speech
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news production, among many other activities. we'll feature ryan in a story at the end of the month. the potato chips and cookies are always an easy choice when you need a snack. but they aren't always the healthiest choices. our hy-vee dietitian will join us next with some more nutritious and delicious alternatives. stay with us on tv9. when you're craving a quick
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that don't offer a lot of nutritional benefits. here with some healthier options - hy-vee dietitian christy frese. being prepared for snacks home or away can be difficult. snacking has several benefits such as preventing overeating at our next meal, allowing an opportunity to provide
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assist with blood sugar control and give us satisfaction and enjoyment. your hy-vee dietitian can help your audience think like a dietitian with these recommendati ons for choosing snacks that can save the day! diabetic or not, we really all should be eating diabetic-friendly snacks. your hy-vee dietitian, christy frese, will talk about all the benefits of snacking and how to pair nutrients together for a delicious and satisfying snack option. what should i look for in a reading the nutrition label can be time consuming, but will pay off over time. christy will show your viewers 5 suggestions when searching for a smart snack. aim for a snack that meets 3 of the 5 suggestions. 1. 100 - 200 calories 2. low in added sugar 3. 15 - 20 grams carbohydrate 4. at least 3 grams fiber 5. at least 5 grams protein how can i be more prepared with a busy lifestyle? as dietitians we rarely leave
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scout out the best options that fit within your lifestyle. christy will show your viewers quick, easy and tasty examples for those snacks when you are home and away, including this delicious apple with cinnamon almond butter recipe. apple with cinnamon almond butter serves 1. all you need: 1 medium apple 1 tbsp smooth almond butter pinch of ground cinnamon all you do: 1. core apple and cut into 8 slices. spread each slice with a little almond butter and sprinkle with cinnamon. nutrition facts per serving: 193 calories, 9g fat, 1g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 38mg sodium, 28g carbohydrates, 6g fiber, 20g sugars, 4g protein. from: eatingwell magazine march/april 2016 christy, thanks for being here.
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to vote, you can find out on the secretary of state's website. we have a link on kcrg dot com. in iowa, you can register to vote on election day with a driver's license or photo i-d with proof of address. and officials encourage voters, but do not require them, to vote for every issue on
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coverage. first follow us on social media for updates all day, and share your voting experience with the hashtag i-a votes. when the polls close at 9, join us for a facebook live look at election results with some analysis. and don't miss a special edition of the t-v 9 news at 10 when we'll have live reports of key races across the state. morning's weather, justin. the cold front that brought clouds yesterday and last night has pushed to the east and sunshine has returned. it'll be a bit cooler than yesterday with highs in the upper 50s. we'll also have a north breeze that may gust as high as 20 mph at times. clear skies continue tonight with cooler lows in the middle 30s. we'll keep the sunny sky going straight into the weekend. highs will be in the 50s tomorrow, then bump into the 60s on thursday, before another cold front drops us back into the 50s for friday and saturday. in fact, above- normal temperatures should stay with us through at least the middle of next week.today: mainly sunny and a bit breezy at times. wind: n 10-20. high: 58 alo: 57 dbq:
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