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hilliary clinton and donald trump wasted no time getting back to campaigning today. the industrial swing states are back -- clinton in ohio and michigan. trump is in pennsylvania. but as abc's kenneth moton reports, the two can't stop talking about the harsh back and forth from the second presidential debate. hillary clinton / presidential nominee"i was surprised by the absolute avalanche of falsehoods." today, hillary clinton and donald trump's camps are in spin mode after one of the nastiest presidential debates in us history. sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women." sot - hillary
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reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all. when they go low, you go high." trump invited bill clinton accusers to the debate as the gop fallout continues over his vulgar 2005 comments about women. sot - trump: "and when you're a star they let you do it. you can do anything. sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologize to my family. i apologize to the american people." sot - hillary clinton / presidential nominee"i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is." on the issues...they spared over taxes, healthcare and trump raised eyebrows when he disagreed with his running mate over military action in syria. sot - donald trump / presidential nominee"he and dismissed that moment and rumors that he's leaving the ticket after the gop nominee's lewd comments. sot - gov. mike pence / vice-presidential nominee"he said last night very clearly that that was talk, not actions. and i believe him." sot - matthew dowd / abc news political analyst "what happened last night is donald trump did well enough to keep other republicans from leaving, but now those republicans who didn't want to be stuck with him are stuck with him." kenneth moton oncam close: this morning, house gop leaders held a conference call to discuss trump. over the
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for their nominee just 4 weeks away from election day. kenneth moton, abc news, washington u-s ag secretary tom vilsack is in central iowa today, campaigning for hillary clinton. this is video of the former iowa governor in ames yesterday. actress sophia bush joined vilsack for the event on the iowa state campus. vilsack spoke about mrs. clinton's ability to build positive relationships with other nations. when asked what he thought about vilsack says they reveal the kind of person trump is. "the fact that so many republicans who were supporting him are no longer supporting him, who had endorsed him are no longer endorsing him i think says it all and i would expect and anticipate that we'll see more of that." vilsack just wrapped up an event in boone. within the hour, he'll be in marshalltown at the marshalltown iowa together office. this afternoon, he'll stop in newton at uncle nancy's coffee house and the grinnell iowa together
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that will be at the madison county democrats office at 5-30. former president bill clinton will be in iowa this week for early voting events. he'll be in indianola and waterloo on wednesday and in linn county and davenport on thursday. the clinton campaign hasn't released the time or location for those events. and indiana governor mike pence will be in newton tomorrow. the republican vice presidential nominee will hold a rally at the des moines area community college the afternoon. today, pence is in north carolina, where thousands are bracing for torrential flooding. hurricane matthew dropped more than three months worth of rain in parts of the state. the storm has killed at least 21 people, with many more missing. some rivers in the eastern portion of the state are expected to crest today. meteorologist justin gehrts has your first alert forecast, justin... clouds will continue to increase this afternoon and a few sprinkles are possible
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highs are still on track, reaching the lower 70s. a few patches of light rain continue tonight, but those will be out by daybreak tomorrow. 70s return on tuesday. a potent cold front will push across the area wednesday morning, bringing some showers then. while we'll start off near 60, temperatures should fall during the afternoon. frost is possible wednesday night, but we'll quickly rebound to mild temperatures yet again.today: turning mostly cloudy with some sprinkles possible. wind: s 10-20. high: 72 alo: 72 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tonight: chance of light rain. wind: s 5-15. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 54 iow: 55 a sheriff departmet doing everything it can to find those responsible for kidnapping and sexually assaulting a deputy. the johnson county sheriff's department in kansas says 2 men
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near the sheriff's office. a few hours later -- and across the missouri border in kansas city -- she escaped and was able to get to the closest sheriff's office in missouri. surveillance video can't make out the plates on the criminals' car, but investigators are confident they'll be able to track them down. the sheriff says the deputy was on her way to work when the men grabbed her. "you feel responsible for your employees anyway and for something like this to happen that is, it's very tragic to say the least, but just to have a young person, a young woman, assaulted like that, it makes me angry. " was assaulted has been with the sheriff's office about 6 months. police have arrested a suspect in the killing of 2 officers in palm springs, california -- one officer just months from retirement and the other a new mother. law enforcement officers say they arrested john felix sunday morning, after a 12- hour standoff with police. the 2 officers responded to a domestic disturbance call on
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to let the officers into the house and then shot them through a closed door. a third officer was wounded and is expected to recover. police later surrounded the home and arrested him. 63-year-old officer jose vega was 2 months away from his retirement. officer lesley zerenby gave birth to her daughter 4 months ago. expect construction along the dakota access pipeline in north dakota to resume soon. a federal appeals court issued the ruling yesterday. the court is still considering an appeal the standing rock entire pipeline. the work had stopped 20 miles east and west of the missouri river during the appeal. a u-s district judge declined the tribe's original lawsuit in september. the dakota access pipeline would cross through 18 counties in iowa. samsung has announced it will change production of the galaxy note 7 to "ensure" safety after several replacement devices caught fire. samsung was forced to recall 2.5 million of the original note 7 smart phones
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devices caught fire. the company did offer replacement devices, but so far at least 3 of those units have overheated. if you haven't seen the story about the cross country runners helping each other out yet... treat yourself and stick around. john campbell will share a heart-warming story of running, sportsmanship...and seeing the bigger picture. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. clouds will continue to increase
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as well. mild highs are still on track, reaching the lower 70s. a few patches of light rain continue tonight, but those will be out by daybreak tomorrow. 70s return on tuesday. a potent cold front will push across the area wednesday morning, bringing some showers then. while we'll start off near 60, temperatures should fall during the afternoon. frost is possible wednesday night, but we'll quickly rebound to mild
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turning mostly cloudy with some sprinkles possible. wind: s 10-20. high: 72 alo: 72 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tonight: chance of light rain. wind: s 5-15. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 54 iow: 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: s 10-20. high: 74 alo: 73 dbq: 72 iow: 76 develop, mainly late. wind: s 5-10. low: 60 alo: 56 dbq: 59 iow: 60 wednesday: showers likely in the morning with falling temperatures in the afternoon. high: 62 low: 60 thursday: mostly sunny.
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cloudy. high: 63 low: 40 saturday: chance of showers and storms late. high: 74 low: 48 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 71 low: 57 monday: partly cloudy. high: 74 low: 52 tuesday: partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower. high: 74 low: 55
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coaches and parents often stress to young athletes. it's about respecting your competitor. and sometimes, as kcrg-tv9's john your opponent. for those of you not there last night, you missed something pretty spectacular. i felt it was more important for adam to finish the race than me. it is those moments in sports and life you realize that's what it is all about. last thursday, 916 runners took part in the mvc cross country supermeet at noelridge park in cedar rapids but this is not a story about the
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but then again, actually, it is. this is story is about two runners in the boys jv race. evan hansen is a sophomore from city high. adam todd is a junior at cedar rapids washington. he competes despite suffering from epilepsy and associated autism. this is runners from competing schools. hand in hand. you see adam todd is fascinated with ambulances and he veered off course to check one out. that's when evan hansen came to the rescue. i started running behind him . eventually he got off course again and i decided to grab his hand and finish the race with him. for a mile and a half team hansen and todd pushed on. i was saying stuff like lets go adam. we can do it . we are almost there. as they approached the finish line other members
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it was amazing. i pushed him in front of me at the finish line. i wanted him to be in front of me because he finished it by him self. i can't tell you the immense pride i felt and same thing for coach hart. we we were both choked up. you coach 30 years it is moments like this that make it worth it for someone to be aware of someone else in a race says so much about that person. people around were crying. it was one of those magical moments. you could see by the smile on adams face things were going to be all right..... we are very proud of you. glad you are on our team big guy. as we said at the top, this was not going to be a story about who crossed the finished about winners. john campbel, kcrg tv9 sports.... dale todd says his son adam was
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thrilled about finishing the race. dale says adam knows he had a special buddy on the course. ahead, a three-year prison sentence for a man convicted in a seed corn espionage case to steal seeds from eastern iowa and ship them to china... plus, most of iowa's farms are looking for financial assistance from the 2015 crop year. that's all report.
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iowa's farms.. or about one hundred fifty-four thousand enrolled in safety-net programs.. are going to get financial assistance for the 2015 crop year.. the iowa farm service
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helping while prices and revenues fall below normal.. executive director.. john whitaker says the payments will reassure iowa farm families hurt by low crop prices.. he says as an example.. counties in iowa have seen a 32 percent drop in corn price below the benchmark price for the agriculture risk coverage program.. that's a 27 percent drop in soybeans... since 2009.. the u-s department of agriculture has provided five and a half billion dollars in disaster relief for credit.. ---- when it comes to free trade deals.. both major party campaigns are coming out against them.. but walking away from deals could be costly.. the president of the united states could give a six month notice to the north american free trade agreement or nafta without congressional approval.. and the u-s is out.. the president can also get out of the world trade organization.. as far as the trans-pacific partnership.. the president could walk away from that deal too.. but they
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bureau federation paying the price for walking away from free trade.. wouldn't come cheap.. especially in agriculture where 40-50 percent of production goes overseas.. "i mean, you can say you're not going to abide by the trade agreement. usually which means you want to put on some kind of protection against their exports to us. well, then, the other countries would be free, especially if they feel they're not bound by pre existing agreements. to put on barriers to u.s. exports." salmonsen adds often times.. those barriers are so prohibitive that they can shut out u-s goods. ---- well the grains are ending the week.. a little bit more on the positive side.. analyst jamey kohake has more. "a little sluggish here in corn, and kind of just waiting on more yields to be reported on from harvest. really need to break out of this congestion." "we have to see any new money flow in and to see some more technicall buying as well. over to the soy complex. they've kind of been all over the place here this morning.
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see some fresh business again this morning on the export front. and that's what has kept this market propped up despite really good yields being reported in beans." "boxes been choppy movement has been great. exports are good today, here on the cattle, same way as grains, they look a little rangebound right now, just awaiting fresh news. we do get a the next couple of weeks. and now the key will be can the cash get propped up off of that next week." "we're right back, lower again, same old story, just beating up the market on big supplies, weaker cash, and still just really no aggressive short covering or any sustainable fresh demand news." ---- this week.. mo hailong.. a businessman from china was sentenced to three years in prison for trying to learn trade secrets from u-s seed corn companies.. mo was found taking
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security guards.. and was arrested in 2013.. five other coworkers of his fled the country before they could be arrested.. prosecutors say he worked for kings nower seed.. a subsidiary of a technology conglomerate in china.. and took corn seed to ship to china so scientists could attempt to reproduce its genetic traits. mo pled guilty in january.. ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. i hope to see you again tomorrow.. ---- 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 while most of cedar rapids avoided the flood -- certain everything in the flood zone is ready... that includes seats at the paramount theatre -- just two blocks away from the cedar river. the threat is gone, the seats
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perform this weekend. which means the maestro - tim hankewich - from orchestra iowa is here... before a busy weekend -- friday in coralvlle center for the performing arts and saturday in cedar rapids at the paramount. mendelssohn's impressions of the italian landscape inspired his popular symphony no. 4 and beethoven's expression of bird calls, scenic palettes and calming streams served as the
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symphony no. 6, also known as the "pastoral" symphony. orchestra iowa's own andy harris will dazzle audiences with mozart's fourth horn concerto. friday, october 14 7:30, coralville center for the performing arts saturday october 15 7:30, paramount theatre, cedar rapids
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cedar rapids now need to go. the city says it will take weeks to pick all of them up at the curb, but you need to be ready when the trucks arrive. and thousands of supporters raise dollars for breast cancer patients during an annual race in cedar rapids. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. "trees, billboards down - this
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in the carolinas, especially, are dodging high water. scooping up the sandbags. the city of cedar rapids has places open for people to drop off the sandbags that volunteers filled to help with last month's flood. growing through granola. an update on a center point business that is expanding -- now as o'brien's own approaches 5 years. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. the power is slowly starting to come back on today along the east coast. hurricane matthew knocked out power to about 825,000 customers in south carolina alone over the weekend. as of this morning, that's down to less than a half million. but flooding is still a big concern, as rivers react to several inches of rain. as abc's marci gonzalez reports, this will only add to matthew's destruction.
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sot - gov. pat mccrory / north carolina"hurr icane matthew is off the map well into the ocean but it is still right here rivers- overflowing their banks? bursting- at least two dams- adding - to already overwhelming damage? natsot - "this is the worst we've seen." more than 14-hundred people rescued from the flood waters - in north carolina? and even more are being saved today? natsot - "a missing? and the death toll from matthew is rising? more than 20 people killed in the us- while in hardest hit haiti - nats - "...crying..." the estimate is at more than 900? back in florida today, the severity of the storm's impact- bringing fresh perspective sot - sean mcmullen "we feel really lucky and blessed." and a lesson - in loss? sot - sean mcmullen "what's the lesson all the stuff can be replaced we cant be replaced." marci gonzalez oncam close:' ...tbd... mg, abc news, st.
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cedar rapids will begin collecting any dry or wet sandbags from homes following the flood. the city had set a 7 a.m. deadline this morning for bags to be set out along driveways or at the curb. time -- about 3 weeks -- to collect all the bags. people can also take sandbags to 2 locations. one-- noelridge pool. it's open through today. also ellis park. that site is open through friday. cedar rapids will start fully enforcing on-street parking today. the city says it has re- installed all parking meters in the downtown area after flooding. the meters will all accept payments. meteorologist justin gehrts has
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alert forecast, justin... clouds will continue to increase this afternoon and a few sprinkles are possible as well. mild highs are still on track, reaching the lower 70s. a few patches of light rain continue tonight, but return on tuesday. a potent cold front will push across the area wednesday morning, bringing some showers then. while we'll start off near 60, temperatures should fall during the afternoon. frost is possible wednesday night, but we'll quickly rebound to mild temperatures yet again.today: turning mostly cloudy with some sprinkles possible. wind: s 10-20. high: 72 alo: 72 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tonight: chance of light rain. wind: s 5-15. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 54 iow: 55 german investigators captured a
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apartment after they say they got help from a syrian. the police chief in leipzig -- in eastern germany - said today a man went to the police with a picture of 22- year-old jaber albakr's whereabouts the day before. police rushed to the apartment albakr was being held and arrested him. he had escaped on saturday during a raid where police found explosives. now german police are trying to figure out what the target might have been. also, this update from the persian gulf. the u.s. navy says two missiles held by shiite rebels in yemen and went in the direction of an american destroyer. the navy said the missile launch on sunday didn't reach the u.s.s. mason. this comes, days after, emirati ship was the target of missiles apparently fired by shiite rebels. police in central iowa are investigating the deaths of 2 people this morning after their bodies were found inside a prairie city home -- east of des moines in jasper county. . investigators say someone reported hearing a violent argument at the home early sunday
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found. prairie city police say one person was found in the house and one in the garage. investigators are looking at this as a possible murder-suicide. " we feel this is an isolated event and we have everybody we are looking for. " police say they couldn't confirm a motive at this time. they didn't offer any details of the those involved, pending family notification. linn county deputies say two men died on saturday in a crash in central city. the sheriff' the intersection of sawyer road and jordans grove at about 8:30 p.m. saturday. investigators say a passenger in the truck was 53-year-old craig mcintosh of san tan valley, arizona. ronald heiderscheit, a 46-year-old man from center point, was driving the prius. breast cancer takes the lives of around 40,000 americans each year. but it can be reduced with early detection, and that's the goal of the especially for you race against breast
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fall in cedar rapids -- with at least $481,000 dollars raised. kcrg-tv 9's brea love reports. the streets of downtown cedar rapids turned into a sea of teal sunday morning. more than 15 thousand came out to make sure anyone in need has access to breast cancer screenings. 51:57 "ultrasounds, biopsies, mammograms all the way up to actual diagnosis, what's so special about that is we're actually eliminating financial barriers that might prevent someone from trying to reach those services." early detection is key, that's one thing breast cancer survivor suzanne staab wants to stress. anything wrong with me, i had felt no lump. it was in a spot where i couldn't feel, it was not very big but they found it on a routine mammogram, so i'll tell anyone who will listen get those mammograms ladies." she was diagnosed just a few days after the 2015 especially for you race. and at this year's those steps had a new meaning for her. 56:40 "it was from the end of decemeber to the middle of july, i was in treatment this year. i feel like i'm finally getting back to my old self." staab has finished chemo and radiation and walked across the finish line with her team
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work isn't done. spreading awareness, fundraising, and donations are always accepted throughout the month, and year. 53:15 "the reality is breast cancer affects people 365 days a year. what's great is the money that people raise stays right here locally, it helps people right here in our community it helps family friends neighbors and coworkers." even though the race is over, three weeks remain awareness month. we have more information on getting involved with groups and communities for support... on kcrg.com. people in johnson county who have problems getting to food banks, now have one coming to them. the crisis center of johnson county is launching its new mobile food
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current food pantry. the mobile pantry will visit 3 sites that are considered higher need: forest view mobile home park, coles mobile home park, and breckenridge estates. it will stop at each location once a month, serving an estimated 300 families each month. the success of a granola company in center point marches on... as o'brien's own is now on shelves in stores across six different midwestern states... that's this week's made in eastern iowa...coming up. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
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clouds will continue to increase sprinkles are possible as well. mild highs are still on track, reaching the lower 70s. a few patches of light rain continue tonight, but those will be out by daybreak tomorrow. 70s
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front will push across the area wednesday morning, bringing some showers then. while we'll start off near 60, temperatures should fall during the afternoon. frost is night, but we'll quickly rebound to mild temperatures yet again.today: turning mostly cloudy with some sprinkles possible. wind: s 10-20. high: 72 alo: 72 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tonight: chance of light rain.
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low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 54 iow: 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: s 10-20. high: 74 alo: 73 dbq: 72 iow: 76 tom. night: scattered showers develop, mainly late. wind: s 5-10. low: 60 alo: 56 dbq: 59 iow: 60 wednesday: showers likely in the morning with falling temperatures mostly sunny. high: 57 low: 35 friday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 40 saturday: chance of showers and storms late. high: 74 low: 48 sunday: partly cloudy. high:
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monday: partly cloudy. high: 74 low: 52 tuesday: partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower. high: 74 low: 55 thanks justin. about 18 months ago, made in eastern iowa stopped by o'brien's own -- a company in center point now approaching five years in
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in this update with o'brien's -- we see a new building to handle the growth... and plenty of gratitude for eastern iowa. you've probably seen this van on interstate 380 at some point... cruising up and down. " i get teased a lot from friends who see me in the granola van, beating the streets, but i'm out working. this is our testimony." especially on thursday ... " i personally deliver on thursday..." ...when rick o'brien is delivering the 15 plus and his wife belinda started making a few years ago. the kernel of the idea for o'brien's own came when rick was eating a national brand of granola and belinda wanted to bake a better version. one day after work... " i tasted it that night and it was 10 times better than the national brand i was eating and it blossed from there. " in early 2015, we stopped by o'brien's own -- which also had a coffee and ice cream counter operating out of this building in center point. yet... some progress here. the granola growth led the coffee and ice
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has o'brien's grown? rick points to the ingredients in their soft granola -- or lack thereof. " we sweeten only with honey, no preservatives in our products. we stick to local sourcing as much as possible and, you're right, in the past, the gluten-free market was a niche market and now it's a huge market. " as o'brien's finds more of a footprint with granola customers, rick is also grateful for the visibility from those saturday mornings when people may learn about o'briens for the first time... at the farmers markets. " it is the primary reason for our quick growth, a hugeessing. local, small farmers mketsen we"
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iowa...send me an email at chris.earl@kc rg.com. for every breast cancer diagnosis, there's so much uncertainty. health worries... but also the self- confidence of surgery...and scarring. we'll hear about a new procedure that can "hide the scar". stay with kcrg-tv 9.
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and her self- confidence. with a new surgical technique called 'hidden scar' surgery, doctors can effectively treat the cancer while preserving shape of the breast -- with no visible scar. oncology surgeon, dr. vincent reid, from mercy's hall-perrine cancer center, is the first in iowa to offer this surgery. he joins us today. tell us about hidden scar
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hidden scar surgery? how is this technology being received by women who've opted for the surgery? what are the main benefits of this surgery? where can people learn more about hidden scar surgery? dr. reid, thanks for being here. coming up tomorrow, our
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flavors of fall"... stay with your 24 hour news
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midday. with the second debate behind them, hillary clinton and donald trump are visiting swing states today. clinton is in michigan and ohio. trump is in pennsylvania. later this week, bill clinton
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but flooding is threatening parts of the carolinas. more than three month's worth of rain fell in part of north carolina. at least 21 have died in the storm in the u-s. the city of cedar rapids is starting to pick up sandbags used during the flood. sandbags should be at the curb now. the city expects it will take three weeks to pick all of them up. samsung's replacement phones may need replacement. the company said it will note 7 to ensure safety, after several replacement phones caught fire. samsung recalled 2.5 million of the original smart phones last month when the batteries in some of its devices overheated. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin.
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this afternoon and a few sprinkles are possible as well. mild highs are still on track, reaching the lower 70s. a few patches of light rain continue tonight, but those will be out by daybreak tomorrow. 70s return on tuesday. a potent cold front will push across the area wednesday morning, bringing some showers then. while we'll start off near 60, temperatures should fall during the afternoon. frost is possible wednesday night, but we'll quickly rebound to mild temperatures yet again.today: turning sprinkles possible. wind: s 10-20. high: 72 alo: 72 dbq: 71 iow: 73 tonight: chance of light rain. wind: s 5-15. low: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 54 iow: 55 tomorrow: mostly sunny. wind: s 10-20. high: 74 alo: 73 dbq: 72 iow: 76 tom. night: scattered showers develop, mainly late. wind: s 5-10. low: 60 alo: 56 dbq: 59 iow: 60 wednesday: showers likely in the morning with falling temperatures in the afternoon. high: 62 low: 60 thursday: mostly sunny. high: 57 low: 35 friday: partly cloudy. high: 63 low: 40 saturday: chance of showers and storms late. high: 74 low: 48 sunday: partly cloudy. high: 71 low: 57 monday: partly cloudy. high: 74 low: 52 tuesday: partly cloudy with a
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