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the scene is now secure. the columbus fire department says two of the seven hurt are in stable condition. the condition of the other five is unknown. ohio state university warned students monday morning of an active shooter on campus. they were advised through a series of tweets to run, hide or fight. it is not immediately clear if the shooting is still in progress. the trial of a former cedar rapids substitute teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student started today. charged with sexual exploitation. she allegedly had a relationship with a 17- year-old washington high school student in early 2016 while she was working at the school. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman was at the courthouse for this morning's trial and joins us now. dave, trial began and ended in just 20 minutes? brea, that's true for at least the public portion until the judge makes a ruling. the judge says he's likely to
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the time today was spent making sure haglin understood what she was giving up by allowing the judge along to make a decision. both sides agreed the judge would decide haglin's guilty or innocence only using the minutes of testimony. that's information the public will never see and typically is only used by prosecutors to justify bringing charges. in this case, the minutes include an interview with the victim by child protective services and a police interview with haglin. the judge explained what the defendant was "opening statements, closing arguments if you agree to a stipulated trial then that means my decision will be based on information that the parties agree i should use to determine if you are guilty or innocent...do you understand that?" because the judge will make the decision on information filed by prosecutors, nothing haglin
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decision. so the charge against her will be the original aggravated misdemeanor instead of the felony count filed later. that's important for haglin because conviction of the felony sexual exploitation charge could have meant up to five years in prison. an aggravated misdemeanor carries only up to a two year term. there are possible fines as well and the judge plans to announce his ruling in open court and he thank you dave. waterloo police are investigating a shooting that injured a teenager. officers say he had gunshot wounds to the hand, side and backside. 17-year-old tyran collins underwent surgery at unitypoint health-allen hospital. officers said his injuries don't appear to be life threatening. police say no arrests have been made. 1-shot two cedar rapids police officers hurt in a deadly crash on i-380 are out of the hospital today. cedar rapids police haven't released the names of the two people killed in the early
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morning crash. the officers were stopped for traffic control following an earlier crash. that's when another vehicle hit the squad car from behind. authorities pronounced the two people in that vehicle dead at the scene. police blocked southbound traffic for several hours. evansdale is working on draining the meyers lake to keep it from becoming a swamp. the funds come from resource enhancement and protection grant. the 75 thousand dollars will be used to to improve the shoreline. evansdale mayor doug faas says he wants to make it and check out a relief conduit for damage. more people are visiting meyers lake in recent years. that's due to the city building angels park there. an island in the middle of the lake was developed as a memorial to remember lyric cook and elizabeth collins. they were two evansdale cousins last seen in that area in 20-12. hunters found their bodies in southern bremer county later that year. no arrests have been made in the investigation.
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your first alert forecast, chris... mild, cloudy, and windy conditions will continue today as a cold front sits just off to our west. chances for showers will increase this afternoon as the front slowly moves through the area, but rain will not be as widespread as it was last night. winds will be breezy until tonight. tonight, skies will gradually clear, allowing temperatures to drop into the 30s for most locations, the coolest being our northwestern counties. a dry tuesday awaits, with some sunshine, arriving in the area by late sunday and monday. this one is worth watching, as it has the potential for both rain and snow in eastern iowa. today: chance of showers, mainly in the afternoon and evening. windy. wind: s 15-30. high: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 52 iow: 56 52 to 58 iowa's secretary of agriculture is asking people to consider buying a real farm grown christmas tree when decorating this year.
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the state harvesting about 57-thousand trees a year. according to bill northey, one-point-four million dollars comes from people buying christmas trees from farms. many say picking out the tree is a family tradition. " we've been doing this since we were little kids. my dad and my mom started it a long time ago and we've just continued it with my dad and my step mom." " "they may spend maybe an hour or so walking through the trees -- it's a nature walk " one key thing to remember if you get a real tree is to pints up to a gallon of water a day. it's cyber monday, and the savings are underway. amazon is one of the largest companies offering big- time deals. it's rolling out more than 75-thousand sales today. also, experts say travel deals are on sale. experts say slow summer travel should give shoppers big airfare and hotel discounts. one shopper says apps help her keep deals organized. "i have emails from amazon,
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amazon says thanksgiving is actually becoming one of the biggest days for shoppers using its mobile app. more than 154 million shoppers took advantage of those thanksgiving deals. the iowa flood center says its new floodplain maps will help cities and those living in flood prone areas know what to expect. the iowa flood center is hosting a presentation to share its new mapping program this afternoon. today's presentation starts at one at the university capitol centre in the flood of 2008 pushed the iowa flood center to partner with the iowa department of natural resources. that partnership created and updated floodplain maps for the entire state. the program took six-years and 15 million dollars to complete. veteran in north carolina is searching for relief from p-t-s-d with an unusual therapy. we meet the veteran and explain how flotation therapy works. stay with t-v
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updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
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conditions will continue today as a cold front sits just off to our west. chances for showers will increase this afternoon as the front slowly moves through the area, but rain will not be as widespread as it
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will be breezy until tonight. tonight, skies will gradually clear, allowing temperatures to drop into the 30s for most locations, the coolest being our northwestern counties. a dry tuesday awaits, with some sunshine, especially in the morning. however, the system that brought us rain will still be lingering to our north, and will spin down clouds and chances for light rain on wednesday. quiet weather should resume for the rest of the week with a new system arriving in the area by late sunday and monday.
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potential for both rain and snow in eastern iowa. today: chance of showers, mainly in the afternoon and evening. windy. wind: s 15-30. high: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 52 iow: 56 52 to 58 tonight: gradual clearing. wind: sw 5-15. low: 35 alo: 34 dbq: 35 iow: 36 32 to 38 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. high: 49 alo: 47 dbq: 48 iow: 50 46 to 52 tom. night: mostly cloudy. wind: w 5-10. low: 31 alo: 30 dbq: 31 iow: 33 28 to 34 wednesday: slight chance of showers, mainly north. breezy. mostly cloudy. high: 38 low: 30 friday: mostly cloudy. high: 39 low: 29 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 39 low: 28 sunday: chance of rain/snow. high: 41 low: 26 monday: chance of rain/snow. high: 40 low: 28 tuesday: mostly cloudy. high: 39 low: 28 thanks justin. veterans who faced tough battles
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while defending our country, often face a silent battle at home. that fight is p-t-s-d, and one business in north carolina is offering a new tool to cope. w-c-t-i's nicole griffin has more. the float spa here is in sneads ferry just opened locals alike are already taking advantage of this therapy. john cob, veteran, johns hopkins, ucla medical, walter reed bethesda, balboa, camp pendleston naval hospital retired marine sergeant major john cob spent 30 years in the military. although he's retired-- the pain of his service sticks with him . john cob:"by the time i got out i was on a lot of pain medications, i dont even know how i functioned, honestly, it was alot" he now lives with constant back pain, chronic insomnia and p-t-s-d he's tried every treatment in the book. john cob: epidurals, done the trigger point injections, done the..., nthe. he came to the float s -- where owner beth jones says anyone can float away the pain... inungvets
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completely weightless,yo u're floating effortlessly the tktre's a thousand unds ofa littlei rsion of thedead sea" c 60 minute sessions in the tank -- and jones says they get a lot out of that short amount of time. jones: the brain benefits are pretty astounding, so stress, anxiety from anything, insomnia, migraines, all of that, like i said that restful environment in the tank kind of allows the brain to reboot itself and functions for cob-- those benefits are life changing... john: it's not just physical, its the mental side, and to have relief in both leaving here, is the reason i keep coming back honestly. coming up in agribusiness today, we'll talk about one farmers' biggest worry this season. and ranchers in alberta warn of potential disaster for their business. stay with t-v nine. welcome to the agribusiness
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report, i'm david geiger. ---- canadian ranchers under a federal quarantine are worried they'll be broke by spring.. a group of farmers.. representing 30 ranches in alberta.. say they need to be able to sell their cattle or get compensation in order to stop a financial disaster.. after the discovery of bovine tuberculosis that has shut down their facilities.. cattle in the fall.. but have to hold and feed the cattle under quarantine.. one rancher says the food costs will destroy them.. the federal canadian food inspection agency has confirmed six cases of bovine tuberculosis.. an estimated 18 thousand head of cattle are in quarantine.. ---- every year.. the u-s-d-a invests money into research and science in agriculture.. in 2015.. that investment made two hundred 22 inventions.. 94 patents.. and
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report on technology transfer.. which includes ag related discoveries, inventions and processes made by u-s-d-a researchers.. universities.. and small businesses.. u-s-d-a secretary tom vilsack says the results show the impact they've made.. and that studies say every dollar invested into ag research returns 20 to the economy. highlighted investment projects include computer chips made from wood fiber.. mosquito resistant uniforms.. and bacteria repellent cooking pans. friday.. after the market close on thanksgiving... with mixed trade in the market.. the front months of corn fell a bit.. a penny and a half to end the december contract at three dollars.. 49 and a quarter cents a bushel.. march was down a penny to three 58 and a quarter.. beans though.. still going strong.. looks like there's still demand.. january contracts up 11 and three quarters cents.. to end at 10 dollars and 46 cents a bushel.. march beans are up 11 and a half cents.... ..wheat markets... in the red
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week strong.. december contract is up a dollar seven cents.. to a hundred and 10 dollars and 75 cents a hundredweight.. february cattle is up a dollar 40 cents.. lean hogs also finishing up strong.. the december contract is 51 dollars and five cents a hundred weight.. up a dollar 30... february hogs are up a dollar 20 to 56 dollars and 75 cents a hundredweigh t. ---- times are a little tough for dairy farmers, commodity prices are low and labor producers invest about 15 cents for every 100 pounds of milk they sell into the midwest dairy association.. a checkoff for promoting milk and milk products.. in the ten states they're in.. which includes iowa.. about 25 billion pounds of milk are produced chris heins is a dairy farmer with the association.. and milks about 650 cows in missouri. he brings in tours to help people understand what they do in the barns. heins says reaching out to non
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times.. "from a promotion aspect, it's also a time for us to be able to connect to consumers and say, hey, you know, we're not getting paid as much now, but our care for the animals has to remain the same. and what we do day in and day out happens whether prices are here, or here. that's who we are as dairy farmers." ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.c. standard next week orchestra iowa brings a christmas tradition to cedar rapids. the maestro, tim hankewich joins us next to talk about the nutcracker. and denzel washington stars in a new movie critics consider a potential oscar favorite. also, martin scorsese picks an unusual place to premier his new movie. stay with t-v nine. a new look at an oscar favorite,
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locks for best picture, denzel washington for best actor, and viola davis for best supporting actress. "it's not easy for me to admit that i've been standing in the same place for 18 years!" "well, i've been standing with you! i got a life too. don't you think i had dreams and hopes? what about my life? what about me?" "it happens to so many women, you know. when it happens in your home, behind closed doors..." amber heard is speaking out about domestic violence. the actress appears in this new public service announcement , telling women "you don't have to do it alone, you're not alone." in ma johnny depp of physical violence when she filed for divorce, though she withdrew the allegations before they settled the case. "ferreira is lost to us. he denounced god in public, and surrendered the faith." "that's not possible." martin scorsese's new movie "silence" opens in limited release december 23rd, and wide in january, but it premieres tuesday in an unusual setting: the vatican! the film about 17th-century jesuit missionaries
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screened for some 400 priests and other guests... though pope francis is not expected to attend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. next week, orchestra iowa gets into the holiday spirit with a christmas classic. joining me now with how you can catch the nutcracker... is the maestro, tim hankewich. monday, december 5, 2016 at 7:30 pm paramount theatre saturday, december 10, theatre tickets start at $18 youth & student tickets $10 to purchase youth & student tickets, call the ticket office at 319- 366-8203 for tickets to adler theatre performances, visit
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nutcracker a journey to the land of sweets kicks off the holiday season when orchestra iowa teams up with ballet quad cities to present the perennial family favorite, the nutcracker. this captivating performance filled with holiday magic will take your family on an enchanted adventure with clara and her prince as they battle the rat queen. community dancer and orchestra iowa's discovery chorus join musicians to create a magical performance you will not want to miss! coming up, in our next half
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hour. we have the latest on the shooting at ohio state university. we also clarify the difference between palliative and hospice care coming up next. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures c
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are injured after a shooting at ohio university this morning. 21 gun salute cubans are bidding farewell to fidel castro. his memorial services are happening today. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now,
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hospital officials say eight patients they received from the scene of a reported attack at ohio state university have non-life-threatening injuries. officials say one suspect is dead. we're taking a live look at ohio state university right now where.. officials now say the scene is now secure. ohio state university warned students monday morning of an were advised through a series of tweets to run, hide or fight. the linn county board of supervisors took a step towards conserving parts of land across the squaw creek corridor. they announced this morning they purchased 485 acres of land near highway 13 and mount vernon road. and that's where we join kcrg t-v 9's phil reed. phil who did they buy the land from and how much will it cost them? they got it from sutherland
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the county paid 7. 2 million dollars to get it. that will make this area here available for public parks, trails and recreation. the boards of supervisors say 1.5 million of the local option sales tax will help pay for it. they will cover the rest of the cost by issuing bonds, using some of their reserve money, and selling some of the land at the creek that they won't use. that could be up to 150 acres. the city of marion partnered with the board of supervisors to bring a water treatment facility there that officials say will save them money. "this is to divert water that they're sending to the cedar rapids waste water treatment plant and paying for it. they will be able to do it on their own through a natural process. and that will help with their overall sanitary sewer cost." that facility will take up about
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the land purchase will also make it possible to connect the sac and fox, as well as the grant wood trail systems in cedar rapids and marion. officials say they will take public input on the land in in the future. live in linn county phil reed kcrg tv-9 news the trial of a former cedar rapids substitute teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student started today. kcrg-tv9's dave franzman was at the courth joins us now. dave, trial began and ended in just 20 minutes? brea, that's true for at least the public portion until the judge makes a ruling. the judge says he's likely to take a month or so to make a decision. and most of the time today was spent making sure haglin understood what she was giving up by allowing the judge along to make a decision. both sides agreed the judge would decide haglin's guilty or innocence
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the public will never see and typically is only used by prosecutors to justify bringing charges. in this case, the minutes include an interview with the victim by child protective services and a police interview with haglin. the judge explained what the defendant was giving up by going this route. "opening statements, closing arguments if you agree to a stipulated trial then that means my decision will be based on information that the parties agree i should use to determine if you are guilty or i understand that?" because the judge will make the decision on information filed by prosecutors, nothing haglin did or said with national tv interviews will enter his decision. so the charge against her will be the original aggravated misdemeanor instead of the felony count filed later.
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because conviction of the felony sexual exploitation charge could have meant up to five years in prison. an aggravated misdemeanor carries only up to a two year term. there are possible fines as well and the judge plans to announce his ruling in open court and he said in a month or so. thank you dave. thousands of cubans gathered today at havana's plaza of the revolution. it's the start of week-long services bidding farewell to fidel castro. memorial services started earlier this in the capital where fidel castro launched his revolution in 19-53. the government will sign an oath to carry out the "concept of revolution." in the center of the plaza. many cubans who were lining up early to pay homage to castro are workers at state businesses. meanwhile in america, the death of castro is bringing uncertainty between u.s. and cuba relations. in march president obama and cuban president raul castro marked closer diplomatic
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trump aims to undo. " we will cancel obama's one- sided cuban deal made by executive order if we don't get the deal we want and the deal that people living in cuba and here deserve. " during his decades in power, castro sent more than one million of his own people into exile. many cubans in miami saw castro as a brutal tyrant. the iowa flood center says its new floodplain living in flood prone areas know what to expect. the iowa flood center is hosting a presentation to share its new mapping program this afternoon. today's presentation starts at one at the university capitol centre in iowa city. the flood of 2008 pushed the iowa flood center to partner with the iowa department of natural resources. that's what helped create and update floodplain maps for the entire state. the program took six-years and 15 million dollars to
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your first alert forecast, justin... mild, cloudy, and windy conditions will continue today as a cold front sits just off to our west. chances for showers will increase this afternoon as the front slowly moves through the area, but rain will not be as widespread as it was last night. winds will be breezy until tonight. tonight, skies temperatures to drop into the 30s for most locations, the coolest being our northwestern counties. a dry tuesday awaits, with some sunshine, especially in the morning. however, the system that brought us rain will still be lingering to our north, and will spin down clouds and chances for light rain on wednesday. quiet weather should resume for the rest of the week with a new system arriving in the area by late sunday and monday. this one is worth watching, as it has the potential for both rain and snow in eastern iowa. today: chance of showersmn in the aften and evening.windy. wind: s 15-3 to 58 for those facing chronic illnesses finding relief is crucial.
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professionals want patients and their families to understand some of the main differences between the two. each year millions face chronic illness and search for relief. five years ago tim patterson was one of those people. he was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disease. the disease left him in serious pain, which kept him away from doing the things he loves. 44:47"if you know you use to do that same thing all the time and now you're cut off that's what really really hurts." patterson was told he would experience kidney disease, diabetes, and nerve pain. knowing that, he and his wife kathy looked into their options. now a palliative care team helps him manage it all. sot "42:36if i can keep comfortable that's all i'm asking. what time i have left, i'd just like to do it as pain free as possible. that's why they are so very important to me." pain is just one portion. it
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trouble sleeping. palliative nurses say the biggest goal is to focus on the quality of life. "18:50how do we best care for you, and really kind of getting down to those specifics with patients and families, by establishing those goals and then we kind of know how to best treat them going forward." patterson was told it will be a slow process, but along with the team, his wife says she will be there every step of the way. "39:45i've had so much comfort in knowing this team tim because i fully realize i can't take care of him myself." "40:51love is looking at what you're dealing with, communicating with your spouse about his wishes, and then doing the best you can to make that happen for him." november is reserved as a month to bring awareness to both palliative and hospice care.
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sanctuary in cedar rapids will stick around for at least a few more months. the nonprofit in czech village helps support local musicians and artists. final totals aren't for sure yet for the concert on saturday night, but officials think they raised between 600 and one thousand dollars. that'll help keep the facility open in the coming months. it had been struggling with high overhead costs. artisans sanctuary also had to close down and remove its recording studio because of this year's flood. none of the equipment was damaged but the group lost money while closed. would have been-- financially, it would have been tough. but, thankfully the community did come out. " the artisan's sanctuary started about two years ago. it across 16th ave from the national czech and slovak museum and library. a factory in monticello is in the business of saving lives. in this week's made in eastern iowa tv-9's chris earl went a local company that makes essential products for emergency
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updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert forecast. stay with tv9. meteorologist justin gehrts joins us now. mild, cloudy, and windy
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off to our west. chances for showers will increase this afternoon as the front slowly moves through the area, but rain will not be as widespread as it was last night. winds will be breezy until tonight. tonight, skies will gradually clear, allowing temperatures to drop into the 30s for most locations, the counties. a dry tuesday awaits, with some sunshine, especially in the morning. however, the system that brought us rain will still be lingering to our north, and will spin down clouds and chances for light rain on wednesday. quiet weather should resume for the rest of the week with a new
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this one is worth watching, as it has the potential for both rain and snow in eastern iowa. today: chance of showers, mainly in the afternoon and evening. windy. wind: s 15-30. high: 55 alo: 54 dbq: 52 iow: 56 52 to 58 tonight: gradual clearing. wind: sw 5-15 l 35 alo: 34 dbq: 35 iow: 36 32 to 38 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-15. high: 49 alo: 47 dbq: 48 iow: 50 46 to 52 tom. night: mostly cloudy. wind: w 5-10. low: 31 alo: 30 dbq: 31 iow: 33 28 to 34 wednesday: slight chance of showers, mainly north. breezy. high: 40 low: 31 thursday: mostly
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low: 29 saturday: partly cloudy. high: 39 low: 28 sunday: chance of rain/snow. high: 41 low: 26 monday: chance of rain/snow. high: 40 low: 28 tuesday: mostly cloudy. high: 39 low: 28 thanks justin. hundreds of workers at a
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equipment to save lives in a battle zone. polo custom products is approaching its 50 year anniversary. kcrg-tv9's chris earl takes us to the world with humming sewing machines in this week's made in eastern iowa. in one side room at the polo facility in monticello, we got an up-close look at one of the prime products for a warzone. wounded war fighter - somebody who has been stripped of their protective clothing, they're put inside the wrap. the wrap is zipped up and the wrap is designed for the patient to extricate themselves in 10 seconds. " this is a "chemical protective patient wrap", where the sewing and the heat sealing are all done here... in monticello. hum of sewing... " sewing is a big part of our business but we also have the radio frequency welding and the thermoforming. " polo is based in topeka, kansas, where president and ceo carla klem said there is honor in manufacturing. " we believe there is honor in making things and there is certainly making the kinds of things we make in the medical
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the monticello facility usually works on 4 10-hour days, with a bevy of products that may not be the first thing that comes to mind -- but they're essential. especially when something unexpected happens... " we also make, um, automatic external defibrillator. it is a wearable defibrillator that connects to the electronics and we make many of the oxygen masks in an airliner that you see in aircraft. medical collection bags used to collect cerebral spinal fluid from brain injury patients. " " whether it's a self-contained breathing apparatus that a firefighter might wear or something that's a medical device in a doctor's office or a hospital, we want them to be
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story. if you have an idea for a business or company we should feature on made in eastern iowa, send chris an email. that address is chris dot earl at kcrg dot com. if you're looking for some idea for your kids this christmas season, our expert might have some ideas for you. our wellness expert is bringing along the smart mom's toybox, next. stay with tv-9. you might already have your
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this season. while you're looking at those, you might want to consider some that can also help grow the mind. our health and wellness expert courtney axline is here with the smart mom's toybox. courtney, thanks for being here. so what's in the smart mom
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should buy? where can we find these? coming up tomorrow, we'll have our hy-vee dietitian here on midday. healthy holiday foods will be on the menu. stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. back t midday. a suspect is dead after a mass shooting this morning at ohio state university. abc news reports 10 people went to the hospital with gunshot wounds. one person is in critical condition while the other nine are stable.
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healthy holiday foods will be on the menu. stay with
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midday. a suspect is dead after a mass shooting this morning at ohio state university. abc news reports 10 people went to the hospital with gunshot wounds. one person is in critical condition while the other nine are stable. students on campus were advised through a series of tweets to run, hide or
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the coming months in the mary beth haglin case. the 24-year-old is charged with an aggravated misdemeanor for allegedly having a relationship with a 17-year-old washington high school student. the judge promised to rule on the case in a month or so and deliver the verdict in open court. the linn county board of supervisors took a step towards conserving parts of land across the squaw creek corridor. they announced this morning they purchased 485 acres of land near highway 13 and mount vernon road. t they got it from suthe they have owned the land for generations. the county paid 7. 2 million dollars to get it. that will make the area available for public parks, trails and recreation. now, one last look at this morning's weather, justin. mild, cloudy, and windy conditions will continue today as a cold front sits just off to our west. chances for showers will increase this afternoon as the front slowly moves through the area, but rain will not be as widespread as it
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will today on the kcrg-tv9 news at midday. be sure to watch kcrg-
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? >> announcer: today, put away that turkey and take out the tinsel because we're saying good-bye thanksgiving and hello holidays. clinton's taking all those turkey leftovers and turning them into a mouthwatering new meal. i'm showing you how to put together the perfect gift in a jif. and we're playing a heart-pounding round of "food pyramid." we're kicking off the holidays in style, right now on "the chew." ? [ cheers and applause ] good afternoon, and welcome to "the chew." by now, we have recovered from our gravy-induced comas. the leftover turkey has been

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