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as waterloo police work to reduce crime, they're also trying to build better relationships with the black community. this comes after a department of justice report highlighted a disconnect between the two groups. kcrg's phil reed joins us in the studio. phil, what is the chief doing to fix this? forrest the chief has a five year plan in place to bridge the gap. some of his officers have, and he needs to get rid of them. and for that to happen, his officers need to get to know the people that they patrol. he says there have been times where some of his newer officers have confronted young black men on the street when they were not committing any crimes. he also wants to see more diversity in his department. "my typical officer that i hire, is a white kid from a small town in iowa. and i hate the word i'll be honest with you i don't like the word implicit bias. i hate the term, or i don't like the term implicit bias. but i like using the term preconceived notion. " waterloo police only have two
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officers, and one hispanic officer. the chief plans to use convicted felons to build better relationships with the black community. i'll explain tonight at 10 forrest? thanks, phil. a state lawmaker from eastern iowa wants tougheren violent crimes against law officers. this comes after the killing of two policemen earlier this month. iowa already has enhanced penalties for assaulting officers. ken rizer, a state representative out of cedar rapids, wants to also have enhanced penalties for attempted murder and murder charges. he says there appears to be support for the proposal. rizer's call comes after two officers - urbandale officer justin martin and des moines police sergeant anthony beminio - were killed in
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faces two counts of first-degree murder. today marks one year since 130 were killed in a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in paris. those attacks happened at several locations, including the bataclan theatre, where 90 concert-goers died. it re-opened this weekend with a performance from sting. president francois hollande unveiled a plaque honoring the victims of the attack. it's one of six plaques around the city. chris havely. chris, what can we expect for the start of the workweek? it's another quiet night ahead, but the only difference tonight will be a few more clouds thanks to a weak cold front moving through overnight. there will also be a wind shift to the northwest, but it will not be gusty. for monday, there won't be much change, if any compared to our sunday conditions. highs will be back in the upper 50s to around 60 with sunny skies. this trend will continue through thursday, with a gradual warming trend. thursday will be the warmest day with temperatures running 20 degrees above normal. winds will also be increasing by
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temperatures will fall throughout friday, with westerly winds very gusty at 25-35 mph and higher guts. a cooler weekend will follow as we get our first donald trump's transition team says he's chosen priebus to be his chief of staff. priebus has been the chairman of the republican national committee. meanwhile, cities across the country are preparing for another night of protests. a-b-c's mary bruce reports. as donald trump builds his white house team inside trump tower? natsot - "donald trump has got to go! hey hey, ho ho!" outside? the streets of new york filled with protestors for the fifth straight day. sot - "just really scared of what's going on - the bigotry,
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"he has to be respectful toward the immigrant community." sot - "we can't remain silent." from manhattan? nats - to los angeles? crowds marched - their anger and anxiety on display - worried about the president- elect's big promises from the campaign trail? other republican leaders now trying to soothe those concerns? sot - rep. paul ryan / house speaker "we are not planning on erecting a deportation force. donald trump's not another big promise - that wall along the mexican border? here's what trump said in an interview with "60 minutes" - sot - donald trump / president-electstahl: "they are talking about a fence in the republican congress. would you accept a fence?" trump: "uh... for certain areas i would. but for certain areas a wall is more appropriate." but first, trump faces one of his most important hiring decisions - who will be his chief of staff. now, it's official - trump has tapped reince priebus - the chairman of the r-n-c. for a candidate who ran successfullly as a washington outsider - it's an establishment choice that could
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top trump ally had warned that choosing priebus could "cause a rebellion" in trump's anti-establishment base. in fact, many of the names of cabinet contenders are established politicians and insiders - like newt gingrich, senator jeff sessions and rudy giuliani. sot - rudy giuliani / fmr. mayor of new york "whatever i want to be, i'll discuss with the president-elect, because that's the best way to do it, not to create more rumors." just more than two months til inauguration day. mary bruce, abc news, washington. despite calls to vote for someone else, an electoral waterloo is still planning on voting for trump. james whitmer, and the state's five other electors, will cast ballots next month in des moines. trump won the state's six votes on election night. whitmer says since then he's received what he describes as threatening demands to vote for someone other than trump. "20:46:00 people are mad about this they are reaching out to electors getting them not to vote for trump and people don't know this i don't
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vote for trump " whitmer says trump was his last choice among republican candidates for president. but, says trump's views are closer to his views as a republican. kinze manufacturin g in williamsburg is fighting o being revealed. the company is asking a federal judge to protect it from turning over what it calls sensitive internal documents. it's part of a government lawsuit aimed at blocking a deal between john deere and monsanto. last month, deere served a subpoena for those documents. but deere has not said how they might help defend the company in the lawsuit. kinze says the documents would affect its ability to compete with deere.
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during the flood. days could be numbered for the artisan's sanctuary. but a local group has got something in the works to keep the doors open. . and the hawkeyes celebrate their big bounce-back, beating michigan. find out how they pulled off the major upset against the undefeated team, ahead in sports. stay with tv9. an upcoming concert benefit
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in the czech village of cedar rapids earlier this year. the artisan's sanctuary along 16th avenue southwest had to remove its recording studio during the flood. none of the equipment was damaged but the organization lost money from closing. so volunteers and workers are throwing a benefit on saturday, november 26th. from 3 to 10 that night there will be live music and a silent auction. there's no cover charge, just a free will donation spread awareness of what the artisan sanctuary offers in this community. "29:36, "and i wanted to get the place even more noticed you know for events cause this is such a great place i don't want to see it disappear " in our show you care spotlight tonight at 10, hear from one of the musicians who will perform at this concert. and why she's dedicated to the artisan sanctuary. we're accepting nominations for our annual "nine who care" program.
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honor nine outstanding volunteers who've made a real difference in their communities. to nominate a deserving volunteer, just go to kcrg dot com slash care. let's go back to chris. a mild workweek ahead? stay with your 24 hour news source, kcrg-tv9. it's another quiet night ahead, but the only difference tonight will be a few more clouds thanks to a weak cold front moving through
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but the only difference tonight will be a few more clouds thanks to a weak cold front moving through overnight. there will also be a wind shift to the northwest, but it will not be gusty. for monday, there compared to our sunday conditions. highs will be back in the upper 50s to around 60 with sunny skies. this trend will continue through thursday, with a gradual warming trend. thursday will be the warmest day with temperatures running 20 degrees above normal. winds will also be increasing by thursday. on friday, our first
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temperatures will fall throughout friday, with westerly winds very gusty at 25-35 mph and higher gusts. a cooler weekend will follow as we get our first real taste of november weather. tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 5-10 low: 39 alo: 38 dbq: 40 iow: 39 36 to 42 tomorrow: mostly sunny then turning partly cloudy. wind: nw 5-10 high5 iow: 61 56 to 62 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: nw 5-10 low: 38 alo: 36 dbq: 39 iow: 38 35 to 41 tuesday: mostly sunny. high: 61 alo: 38 wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 60 low: 39 thursday: partly cloudy, mild, and windy high: 65 low: 41 friday: chance of showers
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high: 59 low: 49 saturday: mostly cloudy, windy, and cooler. high: 42 low: 32 sunday: mostly sunny. high: 45 low: 24 monday: partly cloudy. high: 48 low: 34 thanks chris. complete underdogs against michigan and the players rose to the occasion. i think michigan was favored by
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lot of heart last night. we'll have a recap. stay with your 24 hour
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after the hawkeyes upset no. 2 michigan last night. scott saville has more. their is something magical about night games at kinnick stadium remember penn state in 0-8 with daniel murray.. pitt last year with marshall kane and the freshman got done it
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defense. trailing 10-nothing the hawk d turned things around in the second quarter with this jaleel johnson tackle in the endzone for the safety. that gave our team momentum putting points in the board that gave our offense some juice. and that sparked the iowa offense. akrum waldley with some big time runs after the catch. he had 5 catches 52 yards and 115 yards rushing. the lineman pulled and kicked out the blockers and needed. and iowa cut the lead to 10-8 just before the half on the wadley 3 yard touchdown catch on 4th down. we needed this win for us and we just believed we we underdogs coming in the hawkeye defense was brilliant again in the second half with that next man philosophy red shirt freshman manny rugumba starting for the injured greg mabin made some huge plays like this pick. to be thrown into the fire against the number 2 it's just
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drive with iowa trailing 13-11 they picked up a controversial face mask call. that was followed he screen to wadley and he gets out of bounce. and then cj doing what he does best making a play with a big yardage to set up the 33 yard game winning field from true freshman keith duncan with 3 seconds to play. harbaugh tried to ice him... i had a feeling he would do that but i wasn't thinking about it. it didn't face the here's gary dolphin with the call and the celebration. it wasn't an incredible feeling kicking in front of 70 thousand as you i can't really speak right now it's my hometown and my team believed out team believed today we were going to do it. after the game fans partied like it was 1985.. that is the last time iowa
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michigan on rob hougtlin 29 yard field goal as time expired. the electricity in kinnick that day in 85 it was a late kickoff it was special just like tonight's just want to thank our fans what an environment and kinnick at night has always been special this picture of coach ferentz and the team in lockeroom after the game says it all. the feeling we had in the lockeroom of achievement but to have 70 thousand of our best friends that was fantastic scott saville tv 9 sports was fantastic scott saville tv 9 sports ... and coming up tonight at 10, i sit down with marc morehouse from the gazette for this week's sunday night spotlight. we'll take a deeper look into last night's upset. ... the coe football team found out its opponent for the first round of the division 3 playoffs. the kohawks will host monmount next saturday at noon. the winner will face either st. thomas or northwestern, both schools are from minnesota. ... the iowa men's basketball team opened the season on friday with a
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... today, the hawkeyes were back on the court hosting savannah state ... nicholas baer had the hot hand early for the hawkeyes with back-to-back threes... this one in the corner puts iowa up 6-2 ... big game for dubuque wahlert grad cordell pemsl off the bench... the reverse layup, and one... pemsl had 18 points, 9 boards and he was perfect from the field ... later in the first half, linn-mar grad matt bohannon drills a three from the top of the key... hawkeyes up 25-15 ... we're going to see a lot of freshman this year... including foul... cook had 14... iowa still up 10 ... but the story was the bench scoring 76 points... 23 of them came from brady ellingson, who knocked in four triples... hawkeyes easily win 116-84 ... iowa women's basketball also at home hosting hampton ... hawkeyes trailed 5-0 to start the game... but megan gustafson gets the scoring started with four straight points... she finished with 14
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no look pass to iowa city west grad ally disterhoft for two... ally had a team-high 16 points ... big game for sophomore hannah stewart off the bench... she gets a nice bounce pass and hits 2 of her 10 points... iowa up 33-26 ... watch this move by chase coley, open lane to the hoop... iowa starting to pull away up 37-29 ... and then, tania davis grabs the loose ball and cans a three... she had 15 points as iowa wins 84-51 chris havely meteorologist chris havely will have another check of your sunday forecast, up next.
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