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from your 24 hour news source, this is ??? . a vigil after a deadly crash. family and friends are remembering the memory of a man killed in a crash on i- 380 last weekend. hope during the holidays. a christmas tree is giving families and police departments a way to remember their officers. " from a white house win thank you to backtracking on campaign promises, i'm janai norman in washington with the latest on president elect donald trump. " good thursday morning! it's 4:30 on december 1st. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t britley
welcome to the first day of meteorologic al winter! it sure will feel like it.a stray flurry may be possible early this morning; otherwise we're dealing with cloudy skies once again today. temperatures will start off in the low 30s, but warm into the middle to upper 30s again today. winds will also be strong again today, blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph. the clouds will stick with us throughout the evening hours, but the winds will start to die down out of the west at 5 to 10 mph. low temperatures will drop into the upper 20s. conditions won't change much for the rest of the week and into the weekend. the dreary skies will remain and high temperatures 30s. it won't be until sunday where the chance for snow arrives back into the forecast. today: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-20. high: 38 alo: 38 dbq: 38 iow: 39 35 to 41 tonight: cloudy. wind: w 5-10. low: 30 alo: 29 dbq: 30 iow: 30 27 to 33 thanks britley. family and friends of one of the people killed in a ash on 3 llotogether today for a neght vigil.-year-old martrl ts his passenger, 22-year-old kaitlyn hall, died in the crash this past weekend. night's viifor watson and his family. it will start at 7 at 1119 3rd street sw in cedar rapids. watson leaves behind a 5-year-old daughter. kaitlyn hall's mother says watson and hall were also expecting a child together. cedar rapids police say the watson was driving an s-
early saturday morning. the vehicle then rammed into the back of a police s- u-v. watson's family says they'll decide on his funeral services at a later date. an urbandale christmas tree has special meaning for police officers. the tree inside the urbandale police department honors the five iowa officers killed in the line of duty over the past year. blue, black and silver ornaments are next to badge numbers. tara mcfarling, the wi idea. "that blue family is my blue family. when they lose an officer it affects all of us. it affects the community, but it definitely affects our police family " before it found a home at the police department, the tree was a part of the festival of trees and lights at blank children's hospital. it won fist place for people's choice. police in tacoma, washington, say an officer shot multiple times has died. the officer was responding to a
night. officials say the crime scene is remaining active. ""right now, we know a male suspect is inside the house, probably armed and we have the house surrounded but we have not been able to confirm that he is inside." " this marion man will is sentenced to spend two decades in federal prison for child bryan king for convictions on multiple charges, including sexual exploitation of a child. prosecutors say 46-year- old king received and distributed a sexually explicit image of a 15 year old in 2014. two people face charges this morning for a pipeline protest in des moines. the des moines register says jessica reznicek and travis o'brennan face a trespassing charge. police say they refused to leave the iowa utility board building yesterday morning. that board gave dakota
protesters demanded a meeting with board members to address their concerns over possible violations of construction permits. "none of us want to do this but this is apparently what we have to go through just to have a meeting with publicly appointed officials. " the spokesperson for the board says they're in the middle of a lawsuit over the pipeline. he says that's why they won't address the protesters face to face. "the board issued their final decision and order on this case back in march and that's being litigated, so we can't comment on ongoing litigation. " the board says it responded to questions by the end of the day, but protesters still want a face-to-face meeting. both of the protesters arrested were fasting and holding signs in front of the i-u-b offices for the last ten days. today people around the country and in eastern iowa will mark the 28th annual world aids day. the goal is to make people more aware about preventing h-i-v and aids, as well as the advancements in treatment options. health
infected with h-i-v. today, university of iowa students will read aloud names of people who lost their lives to aids. this is video from a past reading of the names event. the johnson county public health department is also offering free h-i-v testing today. that's from 8:30 a-m to 3:30 p-m at the iowa city public library. tonight, a dubuque school committee will talk about using a controversial book in future curriculum. some parents have an issue with the book "the perks of being a wallflower". it's required reading for students at hempstead high "graphic sex scenes" and depictions of drugs and alcohol use surprised them. since the last meeting, the committee has read the book to better judge its educational value. tonight's open discussion starts at 5:30 at the forum. that's on 23-hundred chaney road. a program that provides high-school students with real-world experiences wants to double its reach with a new school in marion. iowa big made that announcement last night at its open house in cedar rapids.
schools. and it's made possible, in part, because of a $1 million dollar grant. that grant came the x-q- the super school project, which promotes a different type of learning. school leaders are now working to find a location for the new school. "20:46, "were looking for a place in marion that brings adults into the space as well as opportunities for the students " the new school will open next fall. the third finalist for the president's job at the university of northern iowa will visit campus today. h the chancellor of a school in montana. mark nook holds that position at montana state university in billings. the other two finalists are interim u-n-i president james wohlpart and former temple university president neil theobald. the iowa regents plan to select one of them for the job next week. eastern iowa is seeing a growth in urgent care centers. that's part of a national trend according to the american academy of urgent care medicine. a new urgent care center opened in cedar falls yesterday. and another will start
urgent care clinics that open each year in the u-s. and more than 9,000 centers have opened in the u-s since 2008. the center say the goal is to give more people an alternative to going to the emergency room. but they say that - even after opening the first urgent care clinic earlier this year - the same number of patients are still going to the e-r. the hospital says more patients want urgent care because it's faster. when unity point finley opened this urgent care clinic back in august, they number of patients visiting the e-r. "what we believe is happening is patients who've had to go outside our local community to get health care in order to get access. " brandon says patients living in dubuque have been traveling to places like waterloo or cedar rapids. that's just to be treated for something like a sore throat or a sprained ankle. the hospital's hope is those patients will now stay closer to home for care because they can get in to a doctor a little easier.
director. its first leader left this fall. the state public defender's office says it has hired illinois assistant appellate defender erica nichols cook to lead the division. cook is expected to start in december. the division investigates cases where iowa inmates claim they are innocent. two schools came together to make sure students know someone cares. why some parents say this is a time for students to share positive messages. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
like it.a stray flurry may be possible early this morning; otherwise we're dealing with cloudy skies once again today. temperatures will start off in the low 30s, but warm into the middle to upper 30s again today. winds will also be strong again today, blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph. the clouds will stick with us throughout the evening hours, but the winds will
west at 5 to 10 mph. low temperatures will drop into the upper 20s. conditions won't change much for the rest of the week and into the weekend. the dreary skies will remain and high temperatures will stay in the middle to sunday where the chance for snow arrives back into the forecast. today: cloudy and cool. wind: w 10-20. high: 38 alo: 38 dbq: 38 iow: 39 35 to 41 tonight: cloudy. wind: w 5-10. low: 30 alo: 29 dbq: 30 iow: 30
high: 38 alo: 36 dbq: 37 iow: 39 35 to 41 tom. night: mostly cloudy. wind: nw 5-10 low: 26 alo: 25 dbq: 26 iow: 26 23 to 29 saturday: mostly cloudy. high: 36 low: 26 sunday: chance of mostly cloudy. high: 40 low: 28 tuesday: mostly cloudy. high: 37 low: 28 wednesday: chance of snow. high: 37 low: 25 thursday: chance of snow. high: 29 low: 24 friday: mostly cloudy. high: 25 low: 18 thanks britley. following the results of the
coralville wanted to assure students that they were welcome. kirkwood elementary school and northwest junior high hosted a peace gathering yesterday. students, staff and family members were invited. participants wrote encouraging messages on paper, making them into a linked chain. people could also write positive messages to students on a banner that had
want all students to feel comfortable in school. "regardless of what's going on around us, our students need to feel safe. and our students need to feel welcome at all times. it helps them learn and we want them to focus on learning. " the public was also welcome at the peace gathering to show their support. the holiday giving season came a little early for one linn county family. thanks to local businesses and the cedar rapids salvation army, a family in need will receive a vehicle, groceries, gas cards and miles of smiles program takes nominations and a committee picks a winner. this is the fifth year for the miles of smiles giveaway. the university of iowa has pushed back the opening of its children's hospital. the stead family children's hospital was supposed to open december 10th. but the university announced it will begin to see patients late january or early february. the university says the hospital is not quite ready, and the safety and comfort of
following his white house win. now, we're also learning more about finalists for key positions in his new administration and plans for his first 100 days in office. more. a done deal by the billion- dollar business man turned president- elect. wntrumptransitionpkg sot lakeisha austin it's a victory for the little guy today donald trump will head to indianapolis to talk about the deal to keep a thousand jobs and a carrier manufacturin g plant from moving to mexico. wntrumptransitionpkg natsot - fb video ?.to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterey,
the company announced the plans earlier this year with reports showing cheaper labor in mexico. details of the negotiations to be discussed behind closed doors today, not open to the public. but what the president- elect has made public - plans to leave his own business to fully focus on running the country. this - as questions remain over who he'll will pick for secretary of state. finalists?sena tor bob corker, former cia director david petreaus, former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former rival turned cabinet candidate mitt romney. at the same time, abc news has learned sarah palin - former governor and vp-candidate is under consideration for secretary of veterans affairs - nearly all with ties to washington. drain the swamp chant after promising on the campaign to drain the swamp of washington, some now questioning whether trump is diving right in. jn tag: senators bernie sanders and elizabeth warren released in a joint statement saying trump campaigned promising to change washington by taking on wall street. they say his pick for
working for goldman sachs is just another "wall street insider" and "hypocrisy at its worst." jn abc news washington. several states in the south are trying to recover this morning after getting hit with a line of storms. tornadoes killed five people in two states and injured at least a dozen more yesterday. damaged homes, flattened barns and toppled trees in parts of alabama, louisiana, mississippi and tennessee. that's according to the national weather service. first responders say today is all about moving forward. "people out here are trying to help their neighbors that don't even know them but they are trying to work with them. it's good to see our community come together in times like this " in alabama, the weather system also dumped more than 2 inches of rain in areas
some people are protesting in charlotte, north carolina, after hearing that a police officer who fatally shot a black man won't face charges. a district attorney cleared officer brentley vinson, who is also black. he shot and killed keith lamont scott back in september. police say scott was armed with a gun but family members dispute the claim. last night, people took to the streets to protest the decision not to charge the officer. some chanted "stop killing black people," as they walked through the streets of charlotte. weather with meteorologist britley ritz.
morning's weather, britley... welcome to the first day of meteorologic al winter! it sure will feel like it.a stray flurry may be possible early this morning; otherwise we're dealing with cloudy skies once again today. temperatures will start off in the low 30s, but warm into the middle to upper 30s again today. winds will also be strong again today, blowing out of the west at 10 to 20 mph. the clouds will stick with us throughout the evening hours, but the winds will start to die down out of the west at 5 to 10 mph. low change much for the rest of the week and into the weekend. the dreary skies will remain and high temperatures will stay in the middle to upper 30s. it won be until sunday where the ae for snow arrives back into the forecast. today: cloudy and cool. wind: w -20. high: 38 alo: 38 q iow: 39: oudy. wind: w 5-10. low: 30 o: 29 dbq: 30 iow: 307 to 33abc
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early morning news. a fundraiser for medical bills. the family of a man cedar rapids police shot and seriously injured says the money will help pay for rehabilitation. a welcome relief. heavy rain in tennessee is helping fire and clean-up crews begin recovery efforts. and the ci series of talks about what it can do beyond flood recovery. good thursday morning! it's 5 o'clock on december 1st. here's a live look at the city cam. first, meteorologis t britley ritz has your first alert forecast, britley... welcome to the first day of meteorologic al winter! it sure will feel like it.a stray flurry may be