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now. phil, what's the latest? i just spoke with the iowa division of criminal investigation. they tell me they will release the name of the person that got shot soon. but friends and family confirm the man is jeremy mitchell, who also goes by "danky" we do not know his condition but police say his injuries are serious. i spoke to the head of the cedar rapids n double-a-c-p deidric doolin earlier today, who knows mitchell. to his knowledge, mitchell had a clean criminal history and we could not find anything in court judgment until all the facts come out. but he does want to know why police pulled mitchell over in the first place and whether hiss race was a factor in what happened. "i hope he wasn't driving while black, but that's one of the things you want to, we'd like to know to make sure that's not why he was stopped and he wasn't stopped just because he was black. did he actually violate some traffic law. what led to his interaction with the police officer." i also talked to a student from coe college who says he heard at least four gunshots while inside
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"it was just really scary and it happened at about 1:30 or so and it was hard to get back to sleep afterwards too. " there is no body cam footage of the incident since cedar rapids officers are not equipped with them. but that will be changing soon after today's city council meeting. tonight at six hear from the police chief on why body cameras are important when dealing with these types of use of force situations. thanks, phil. police in coralville are asking for help in finding two men for a vehicle burglary these are security camera pictures of the men. police say they broke into a vehicle in a north coralville neighborhood and stole a credit card. police told t-v nine the men used the card at convenience stores, a mcdonalds restaurant, and the tanger outlet center in williamsburg. anyone with information should call the iowa city crimestoppers. iowa city police are searching for the man who robbed a mcdonald's this morning. it happened about 10:15 at 24-40 mormon trek
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suspect running away from the scene. the man is in his late 40s. he didn't show a weapon and didn't injure anybody, but robbed a cashier. anyone with information should call iowa city police. someone also robbed this same mcdonald's in early august. when you see news, call newsline nine. that number is 319-365-9999. you can also send us pictures, videos and news tips to newsroom at kcrg dot com. meteorologist joe winters. joe, we have a chance of some rain moving in? an area of low pressure and associated frontal systems moves across the state bringing some rain. the best chance for rain is across the southern two thirds of the state develops late tonight and continuing on wednesday. rainfall amounts of 0.5" are possible with much lighter amounts to the north. after thesis system exits the state we are in for a great stretch of weather that is expected to last into
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wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and isolated storms likely, mainly south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 61 bruce and beth... new polls show the race for the white house is tighter than ever. as the f-b-i urgently reviews new emails belonging to one of hillary clinton's closest aides, the democrats are trying to make up lost ground. and republicans are looking to jump on this new momentum. a-b-c's maggie rulli has the latest. just in case there weren't enough october surprises during this year's eleectin season - we can thank the calendar for gifting us an entire week in november for
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of every single day. pkg: late in the game surprises for both hillary clinton and donald trump continue to weigh over the race? as we see the polls tightening with only one week to go. the daily abc news/ washington post national tracking poll shows a mere .7 percentage point of a difference seperates the two candidates - a statistically insignificant amount? but a huge jump from clinton's double digit lead last week. the trump campaign hopes it's enough to re-new enthusiam for their candidate. republican vp candidate mike pence took the lead while the two campaigned in pennsylvania? again cal for republicans to come home before handing off the mic to trump? obamacare has to be replaced and we will do it and we will do it very, very quickly. it's a catastrophe. saying he'll call on congress to convene a special session to repeal and replace the affordable care act. meanwhile clinton triples down on the all- important swing state of florida - with three get out the vote rallies. introduced at the first one by alicia machado - the former miss universe who fueded
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not getting away with it. rallying her supporters while bashing trump he sure has spent a lot of time demeaning and assaulting women. o/c close with such a tight race? both campaigns are making plays on the other team's turf? trump is beefing up his add campaign in the normally blue states of michigan and new mexico ? and clinton's running mate tim kaine will be making a speech entirely in spanish, tomorrow in the arizona. trump's son, donald trump junior, was in cedar falls today. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman joins us from the college hill area near the u-n-i campus dave, what was trump junior's message? beth, the message really was no more complicated than vote for my father if you want to see someone in the white house who is not a career politician and part of the
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through iowa had a real college flavor today. it started with an event on the iowa state campus and then moved to this venue in the college hill area just off campus. he told a rally of several dozen supporters that one of the best arguments for trump is he doesn't need the job. " he didn't need this job...but he wanted this job. he wants this job because he wants to preserve the american dream...a dream that even for mine " trump, junior did not take any questions from the press but he did take time to pose for photos with everyone who asked. one question is with millions voting early, did the f-b-i director's comments come too late to swing enough voters. we'll asked some of the people who came to hear trump junior what they think at six. live in cedar falls, dave
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u-s house speaker paul ryan will be in waterloo tomorrow. he'll join iowa congressman rod blum on a tour of the hospitality house. that event will start at 2:30 in the afternoon. blum is the republican incumbent who's facing democrat monica vernon in iowa's first congressiona l district. nearly every state is asking the department of homeland security to help protect their voting systems against any type of with election day just a week away, t-v nine's washington d-c bureau chief jacqueline policastro investigated to find out how secure our votes really are. nats: "good morning! how are you?" a warm welcome, swift check in, short line, and easy to use machine. the perfect voting experience. but this election - amid rigging claims - some voters are adding - security to that list. sot tamara
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elections @ :17 "it's almost impossible for someone to try to access our system." voting machines are never connected to the internet. they're highly regulated. nats: paper ballot coming out of machine .and this year 80 percent of votes will be backed up on paper. sot tamara robinson/distr ict of columbia board of elections @ :33 "we have various contingency plans in place to make sure that everything is safe and that everyone's ballot is counted and counted correctly." /washington, d.c./@jpolica stro @ :40"local election leaders across the country say they're doing e vote safe but cyber security experts tell us there is no such thing as a 100 percent secure vote" sot david becker/ @ :52"there is no system that is 100 percent secure whether its your smart phone or a bank system. i can tell you there are multiple checks and balances in place to ensure that each voters ballot is counted as they cast it." the department of homeland security is working with local polling sites to scan for attempts to
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hacker gets in they could manipulate your personal information and create confusion on election day. sot david becker/center for election innovation and research @ 1:22 especially when you consider there are ab 10k different election . entry point at each one. very difficult for anyone to do that on a scale that would make any difference and with all the added attention, experts say they expect the 2016 election to be the most secure ever. reporting in washington, i'm jacqueline policastro be sure to stay with t-v nine and kcrg dot com on election night. we'll have live on-air updates twice an hour starting at seven. you can also watch a full hour of election coverage on facebook live starting at nine. then, we'll have reporters spread out across eastern iowa doing live reports as the results come in for the kcrg-tv9 news at 10. country music will fill the port of dubuque next summer. hear who's coming to america's river fest in june.
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associated frontal systems moves across the state bringing some rain. the best chance for rain is across the southern two thirds of the state develops late amounts of 0.5" are possible with much lighter amounts to the north. after thesis system exits the state we are in for a great stretch of weather that is expected to last into the early part of
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wind: ne 5-10. low: 55 tomorrow: showers and isolated storms likely, mainly south of highway 20. wind: ne 5-15. high: 61 an area of low pressure and associated frontal systems moves across the state bringing some rain. the best chance for rain is across the southern two thirds of the state develops late tonight and continuing on wednesday. rainfall amounts of 0.5" are possible
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thesis system exits the state we are in for a great stretch of weather that is expected to last into the early part of next week. have a super night. tonight: isolated showers late. wind: ne 5-10. isolated storms likely, mainly south of highway 20.
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national family caregivers month....while some people may rely on paid caregivers..ne arly 75% of people who need care rely on family and friends. the centers for disease control and prevention offers these tips for caregivers."v o/graphics:
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medical condition. it will help you provide better care now and plan for the future. "talk about finances and health care wishes --it can be difficult but extremely important. "invite family and close friends to talk about the needed care so you canplan together and ask for help. "use community resources like meals on wheels, adult day programs and respite care to help relieve the workload and increase your free time. "finally, take care of yourself. don't neglect your own mental and physical health --nearly half of the got worse due to caregiving. lauren on cam: for more ways to make mom's life easier check out momseveryday dot com.i'm lauren treme. a north dakota legislative committee has approved an emergency request for the state to borrow another four million dollars to cover policing costs for the protest of the dakota access oil pipeline. the state's emergency commission had borrowed six million dollars from the state-owned bank of
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to cover law enforcement costs during the ongoing protests against the pipeline. protest encampments have attracted thousands of people, who are trying to stop construction of the pipeline that would stretch from north dakota to illinois, including through 18 counties in iowa. north dakota is also asking for federal reimbursemen ts to cover the additional law enforcement costs. the company building the pipeline, dakota access, is offering a substantial reward for pipeline equipment in jasper county. there is a 100-thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. the f-b-i is investigating a series of intentional fires along the pipeline since august. the company says they've caused millions of dollars in damage. an unseasonably warm week helped farmers. the u-s department of agriculture said 71 percent of corn in iowa is harvested. that's about two days
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percent harvested, about five days behind average. if you haven't had a flu shot yet, now might be the ideal time to get one. that's because doctors offices start seeing an increase in flu cases in november. stay with t-v nine.
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do it. iowa's flu season typically starts in november. and it normally peaks in january or february. the department's medical director says once someone gets a flu shot, it takes up to two weeks for the body to build up protection. the centers for disease control and prevention reports out of the 150 flu viruses u-s laboratories collected, 92 percent were a match for one of the strains in this year's vaccine. here's katie wiedemann with a look at what is coming
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"mumps are making people sick in the dubuque community school district, but health officials can't figure out why. find out what they are doing to stop the spread." we have november's three finalists for the kcrg t-v nine "student of the month. " brynnley baxa is 13 and an eighth grader in lisbon. if a perfect g-p-a isn't enough, brynnley looks for ways to earn extra credit and focuses on the details. she's the vice president of the student council, spends hour church and serves on the lisbon sauerkraut day committee. 17-year-old ryan adams is a senior from independence. ryan excels in academics, athletics, and the arts. he participates on a speech team, the a-v tech club, and his school's t-v news production, among many other activities. he also has his own rock band. finally, we have jonathan wisner . he's 17 and a senior at linn mar high school. jonathan enjoys serving as a volunteer at st. luke's, with the march of
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key club. he's successful in many extra curricular activities and has a 4-point-2 g-p-a. congratulations to our finalists. voting is underway and goes through friday. go to kcrg dot com slash student of the month. you can also nominate someone for student of the month for december while you are there. several big names in country music are coming to dubuque this summer for america's river festival. country band old dominion along with country william michael morgan will all be performing friday, june 9th. tickets will go on sale early next year. america's river festival is held in the port of dubuque and america's river corporation puts the event together.
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senator chuck grassley makes his case to voters on why they should give him another six years in office. and hear what dubuque schools are doing to prevent mumps from spreading to more students
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associated frontal systems moves across the state bringing some rain. the best chance for rain is across the southern two thirds of the state develops late tonight and continuing on wednesday. rainfall amounts of 0.5" are possible with much lighter amounts to the north. after thesis system exits
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stretch of weather that is expected to last into the early part of next week. have a super night. tonight: isolated s tonight, breaking news. the new poll. with just one week left, donald trump, hillary clinton, where this race stands right now. clinton, president obama, vice president biden, all turning back to trump. trump revealing a change in tone, his closing argument tonight. tonight, the latest on the e-mails, and the $20,000 six-foot portrait of trump charity. the deadly collision during rush hour. two buses, a kashgs at least six people killed. we're on the scene tonight. the new and chilling images just released. the killer cornered by police. he unloads his ak-47 on the officers. the state of emergency at this hour. the deadly gas pipeline explosion right here in america. that line reaching from new york all the way to texas. neighbors warned. and what now for gas prices? and the mysterious and now

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