tv KCRG TV9 News at 10 ABC October 18, 2016 10:00pm-10:35pm CDT
boy in waterloo, seriously injuring him, while he was trying to cross the street. and president obama tells donald trump what he should focus on other than voter fraud. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at 10 . police in cedar rapids say neighbors are their best criminals. so they're asking people to watch for any suspicious activities around homes in their neighborhood s. the city also wants more people to get involved in neighborhood watch efforts to help stop a growing number of burglaries. police say cedar rapids had 801 burglaries this year through the start of this month. that's about 12 per cent higher than the number during the same period last year, which was 705 burglaries.
ellis harbor in cedar rapids. samantha, you've talked to one association that's seen success from a neighborhood watch? even the boat houses here in ellis harbor need protection. and i spoke to the president of the neighborhood association who says the key to success is neighbors keeping an eye out for neighbors. "we had a crime spree about three years ago" that crime spree didn't last long because of a "we came close to catching him the first time and he came back about a week later and we caught him the second time because barry was very attentive and figured it out and called police." " "as president of the ellis harbor neighborhood association don steichen works closely with police, and he says it's made a big difference in safety. 20:04:12;06 "we have a monthly meeting and we have a
them. he gives us the statistics of our neighborhood, the problems that occurred in that neighborhood and around town and gives us advice like making sure our doors are locked and putting stuff away" cedar rapids police say it's neighbors calling in suspicious activity that helps catch the criminals. 20:17:16;29 ""a majority of our burglaries that we have apprehended someone is not because our officer is driving by and saw them climbing into a window it was because the neighbors saw it police want to continue their existing relationships with neighborhood s and create new ones. so officers held a town hall tuesday night to get more people interested in neighborhood watches. 20:16:34;13 "the ones that are in place they have a better chance of reporting it to stopping it from occurring to begin with because they're looking at the locks on their homes, the
watching out for each other." steichen says it's all about neighbors looking out for neighbors. 20:07:37;21 it's just people care about their neighbor and are willing to step forward and call and watch and we're just the eyes and ears. the more eyes and ears the better. now there are some requirements to starting a neighborhood watch, including regularly meeting with cedar rapids police. i've put those re our website at kcrg.com. live in cedar rapids, samantha myers, kcrg- tv9. a 7-year-old boy is in the hospital with life- threatening injuries after a pick-up truck hit him in waterloo. it happened shortly before 6 o'clock tonight in the 600 block of west 11th street. police tell us the boy ran out on the street to go to a friend's home. that's when the pick-up truck hit him. he was
they took him to a nearby hospital before transferring him to university of iowa hospitals in iowa city. police have not released his name. and police say they don't expect to cite the driver of the pick-up truck. two people are recovering tonight from stabbings at a cedar falls apartment complex. jeffery miller, who is 62, went to the hospital yesterday with 24 stab wounds to his upper body. he's now in stable condition, and his injuries are no longer life threatening. the other victim is de condition. prosecutors have charged adam jacobsen with two counts of attempted murder. he's 28. they say he attacked the two victims yesterday outside university avenue studio apartments. police say he lived in the same building as the victims and never previously had an issue with them. a judge will re-sentence this charles city man after an appeals court threw out his life sentence on weapons charges. randy patrie was a suspect
he was never charged. but authorities found stolen guns in his home. prosecutors filed charges against patrie because he wasn't supposed to have guns, with his criminal record. a judge later sentenced him to life in prison. but the appeals court overturned that sentence, citing the u-s supreme court decision that the state's burglary law was overly broad. let's go to weather and meteorologist joe winters. joe, temperatures are starting to look a little more seasonable. it is a gradual down turn in temperatures that we see this week along with fairly quiet weather. northwest winds have returned keeping the temperatures closer to normal. highs near 70 today fall into the 50s on thursday, as our second cold front moves south. overnight wednesday into thursday morning light rain and drizzle are expected. look for the potential of some frost on friday morning. have a great night!
partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 67 slowly we get closer to normal. it is a gradual down turn in temperatures that we see this week along with fairly quiet weather. northwest winds have returned keeping the temperatures closer to normal. highs near 70 today fall into the 50s on thursday, as our second cold front moves south. overnight wednesday into thursday morning light rain and drizzle are expected. look for the potential of some frost on friday morning. have a great night! tonight: mostly clear. wind: light n low: 47 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 67 republican donald trump is questions about the integrity of the presidential election. meanwhile, democrat hillary clinton is increasing the number of campaign events in battleground states leading up to the election three weeks from today . a-b-c's karen travers reports. hillary clinton touched down in las vegas for wednesday's third and final presidential debate. her opponent, campaigning in colorado. sot trump "now she's home sleeping and i'm working." donald trump still insisting
voter fraud. sot trump "they are lying, they are cheating, they are stealing." a fired up president obama reacted to the vote fraud allegations, saying they are not based on facts. sot obama "i advise mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes." but the issue of at least 9 women accusing trump of sexual misconduct is complicating the hunt for votes. one of those women is getting new support. people magazine reporter natasha stroykoff?standing next to trump in 2005 at his florida resort mar a lago. she was there to profile the trumps, but says when melania was out of us?. within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat." trump denies it... but today people magazine published testimonials from 5 of stroykoff's friends and colleagues, who say she confided in them shortly after the alleged assault. sot liz mcneil "she was very shaken up. she was scared of retaliation." expected to come up at the debate: the sexual misconduct issue, as well as the slow drip of hacked wikileaks e-mails from the clinton campaign, which have not been
close: "and once that final debate is in the books, hillary clinton's ramping up her schedule - she's scheduled to be in a battleground state every day for the next week. karen travers, abc news washington." governor branstad says he's not taking any chances when it comes to the elections next month. he and lieutenant governor kim reynolds have spent the last week campaigning for republicans down the ticket. that includes a stop in boone today. branstad wants the g- o-p to win control of majority in the house. in a short while dozens of veterans from eastern iowa will be returning from an honor flight to the nation's capital. the group includes men and women who served in world war two, the korean war, and the vietnam war. they spent the day touring monuments and memorials in the washington d-c area. that includes the world war two memorial where an honor guard
" "i'm just awestruck. it's so impressive. i just don't have words to describe it. the monuments we've seen and will see, and the greetings we've had from people, it's just overwhelming." "to see these guys who gave their lives, who gave their lives and time and service - to see them honored like this, it's a wonderful thing." " this was the last eastern iowa honor flight of the some police departments in eastern iowa say they've been getting a lot of old prescription drugs through a take back program. people have been leaving unwanted medication at drop box sites like this one. and the hawkeyes expect another tough, physical game against wisconsin this year. and this is the last week the red cross is taking nominations for heroes for the annual hy-vee heroes football game between iowa and nebraska. judges will choose one hero from
and as kcrg-tv9's jordee kalk reports, they're bringing in prescription drugs that could fall into the wrong hands. police in coralville have been noticing a trend. 37:11, lt. deb summers "people look for prescription medication and that's half of what they look for when people do burglaries it is a really hot item now is prescription drug abuse."so police added this prescription drop off box about a year ago. the box is located just inside the first doors of the police station. anyone can drop off unused and unwanted hours. 36:10, "well today the front office says there was 2 or 3 people dropping off, so it really depends." police empty the box at least twice a week. officers found 2 big bags of medicine in the box tuesday. which they say is average. nat? hiawatha police have a similar prescription drop box at its headquarters. the chief says more people are using the box each year. in the last three months, officers collected about 42 pounds of prescription pills. standup: now other prescription drop off boxes are out in the open, like the one right here in
box. officers say people drop off an average of 50 pounds of pills per month. police say multiple people use the box per day. in fact, officers say at times the box quickly gets full, and people have to come in to remind police to clear out the box. both coralville and marion police agree drop off boxes are a good way to keep drugs off the streets. especially because many of these prescription pills can lead to addiction. 37:19, get it out of your house, not have anything to do with it so your family isn't exposed to it or your kids its a perfect way to get rid of it jordee kalk, kcrg tv9 news. national prescription drug t saturday. there are more than 100 sites open from 10 a-m until 2 p-m. go to this story on kcrg.com for a link to those locations. dubuque says an old and dangerous mine shaft is
temperatures that we see this week along with fairly quiet weather. northwest winds have returned keeping the temperatures closer to normal. highs near 70 today fall into the 50s on thursday, as our second cold front moves south. over morning light rain and drizzle are expected. look for the potential of some frost on friday morning. have a great night! tonight: mostly clear. wind: light n low: 47 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 67 tom.
slight chance of light rain late. wind: n 5-15. low: 45 thursday: light rain or drizzle possible in the morning. otherwise, mostly cloudy and cooler. high: 57 low: 45 friday: partly cloudy. high: 57 low: 35 saturday: mostly sunny. high: 65 low: 40 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 69 low: 44 monday: partly cloudy. high: 69 low: 47 high: 64 low: 49 wednesday:
firefighters had to rescue a woman over the weekend who was injured while trying to explore the mine shaft. police say madeleine fiksdal and dallas blake got down to the mine shaft through a storm sewer near the bunker hill golf course. police say while fiksdal was climbing down a make-shift ladder, she
deep water to find her. they pulled her out through a nearby man hole. the city says it doesn't want anyone else getting hurt trying to explore the mine shaft. " "it is not a space where there is an invitation for people to come. it's not a recreational space." " police say blake faces a trespassing charge. fiksdal will likely also face a trespassing charge. tonight, iowa city passed an ordinance in an effort to ordinance requires landlords at all multi- family apartment buildings to offer recycling services. it also launches a new curbside collection for food waste. and it bans people from putting t-vs and computer monitors in the landfill. coming up next tonight, scott has high school volleyball playoff highlights. and the hawkeyes are ready for a real battle up front against the 10th ranked badgers saturday. stay with your 24 hour
darien: why have the latest smartphone if you can't use it wherever you go? switch to u.s. cellular for our best plan yet: 7 gigs of data per line for only $49. to share more photos at your cabin or video chat at your secret fishing spot... all for just $49. the best part? we put towers in places the other guys don't. because u.s. cellular thinks you deserve a signal that works wherever you are. switch to u.s. cellular and get a whopping 7 gigs of data per line
a boot on after the purdue game didn't do much in practice today and coach ferentz said he has a chance to play but it is probably a long shot. boone meyers is also a question mark on the offensive line along with cole croston who missed last weeks game. weve got about three or four guys that are kind of in tenuous position right now and you just never know we will know more here wednesday thursday friday i'm optimistic and get some guys back you never know but the bottom line when a guys guys hurt you can't count on that so in the with the guys the next giys up and one of the real success stories of last year first thing i think about was all the guys that came in and played took a vantage of opportunities as we did have a lot of injuries last year which is unusual when you have a real successful year so that provides opportunity for the other guys and hopefully the guys that are injured from saturday hopefully will have a chance to get a couple of them back playing. sot :35 oc: "them back playing " if you like football in a phone booth. your gonna love saturdays game against wiscy.
lumberjack bloody knuckle fight. the hawkeyes won a hard fought 10-6 game to capture the heartland trophy and the iowa players expect another war in the trenches this year on both sides of the ball. they are really big and young so it is gonna be a fist fight so we have to be prepared for that for 60 minutes if more. you enjoy those kind of games? i love those kind of games that is how is was last year and that is last year against michiganstate i just love it. same schemes they have been having running the ball downhill and they have vet physical explosive backs gonna be a challenge we need all 11 guys getting a hat on the ball. when you look at their defense what do you see a lot physicality in their linebackers and d line this is our toughest challenge yet we have our work cut out for us. i mean they just flu around to the ball
of guys that are looking to get after it. sot : 54 oc: "get after it " the road to the cell began for some volleyball teams tonight. regina hosted lisbon in the first round of the 2a regionals. --the winner of this advances to play west branch next monday...regal s jump out to the early lead...alexa lee-man with the kill....8-2 regina... --but lisbon answers...the set to greta albaugh....she tips it passed the regal blockers... --then hannah sper-slaagie serves up an ace as the --but that's as close as they would get...olivia wolfe finds an open spot on the floor for regina... --then katharine dunn gets some help from the net as regina advances with a 3-0 sweep. iowa senior guard peter jok is one of 20 players on the watch list for the 2017 jerry west shooting guard of the year award. jok averaged 16 points a game last year and hit 80 three pointers.
forfeited their game against cedar falls thursday night due to lack of available players as a result of injuries and low participation numbers. thanks scott. one last look at the forecast, joe... it is a gradual down turn in temperatures that we see this week along with fairly quiet weather. northwest winds have returned keeping the temperatures closer to normal. highs near 70 today fall into the 50s on thursday, as our second cold front moves south. overnight wednesday into thursday morning light rain and drizzle are expected. look for the potential of some frost on friday morning. have a great night! tonight: mostly clear. wind: light n low: 47 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 67 thanks joe. thanks for joining us for kcrg-tv9 news at 10. we hope you'll be with us again tomorrow. until then, have a
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, tom cruise. from "dr. strange," tilda swinton. music from x ambassadors and tom morello. and now, as a matter of fact, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: well, that's very nice. thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching, thank you for coming. oh, how nice. you picked a fine night to join