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actions, he says, will tighten existing laws without infringing on the rights of law-abiding citizens. citizens.at one point, the president was brought to tears as he spoke of the 20 first graders gunned dn in their classrooms in newtown, connecticut. and from every family who never imagined that their loved one would be taken from our lives by a bullet from a gun, (wipes tear-pauses) every time i think about those kids it gets me mad. mad.the president ordered federal agencies to treat all gun sales for profit equally. that means weapons sold at gun shows and from online retailers would be subject to the same background checks as other purchases.that announcement was met with fierce resistance from political opponents and gun ghts advocates.and we will
response coming up in our next half hour. first, we want to focus on another call to action by the president today, this one targeting mental health. health.the president wants congress to authorize more money to address the issue, in hopes of preventing violent acts.but that request raises new privacy concerns. concerns.fox 28 news senior political reporter scott thuman begins tonight's team coverage. coverage. "we know we can't stop every acof evil in the world, but maybe we can stop one act, one act of violence"and one way, a tearful president obama says he'll do that, is by addressing mental health--with $500 million dollars to increase access to care and just as importantly: some healththproviders, courts and state officials who've been reluctant to share records because of privacy laws, are now free to do so. the goal: fill potentially dangerous gaps in the fbi's database which could prevent gun sales to those considered a risk.
we not be overly broad in our reporting...ron honberg, from the national alliance on mental illness applauds the infusion of cash but has concerns about the data sharing. even though providing only a name and not a diagnosis would no longer be considered a ppa violation, it could be a deterrent for people seeking help."that's why we need to do this very, very, carefully and the devil, frankly, ip going to be in the detailshonberg says while it may seem wise to err on the side of caution, it could also further stigmatize mental health. and some on capitol hill say the president, has gone too far."does hippa need to be updated on several different fronts? yes ititdoes. it is not the president's position or job to do that. it is congress's job to change that statute.""for those in congress who blame shootings on mental health---here's your chance to put your money where your mouth is"the white house also wants the social security
sharing of information, on the roughly 75,000 people a year in *it's* database, who recieve disability benefits for mental health issues.on capitol hill, i'm scott thuman. the debate in washington is only getting started on today's actions by the president. president.back here in the corridor, we spoke with those who are at the front lines of the mental health issue to get their take. take.fox 28 news reporter matt hammill continues tonight's team coverage with what they had to say, matt? ____________ amid all the debate today - - this really is the only** new wrinkle.the impact of mental health on gun violence - is the long running concern - - that's rarely talked about - until after the shooting stops. stops. " " twenty innocent children killed at sandy hook. a dozen movie goers murdered in colorado.just two of the mass shootings linked to mental illness. illness." it's a very ticklish issue .. and confidentiality. " "- " bang .. bang "jeremy
hundred members with iowans for gun safety have worked hard for stricter laws - but feel the frustration of an iowa congressional delegation that won't stand against the n-r-a.he says the president had to do something - and the mentally ill having access to guns - is part of the problem. problem." if family members would come to them and say this person shouldnt have a gun, sheriffs should be a ble to do that and make a decision. " "" it's huge people are talking about it .. " it's been tabu for too long. " joan becker has lived th tragedy.her son mark - struggling with mental illness - shot and killed beloved coach ed thomas in 2009.she now advocates for more accessible counseling and treatment.she says it's time to share information when the mentally ill - pose a risk - but that only scratches the surface - why not work on prevention. prevention." unfortunately i think the president is mimiing the point here .. the gun controls themselves will not
is really looking for - - it's the true change in our mental health system. " becker says she knows there are privacy concerns - about releasing records on those receiving treatment for mental illness - but she believes it can be done responsibly.and brig-ham says - - there are five times more gun suicides - than homicides in iowa - and those are lives that could be saved too.matt hammill fox 28 news. matt thanks.the sun provided a bright and beautiful day here in eastern iowa. iowa.but chillier days lie ahead. ahead.chief meteorologist terry swails joins us now with your weather first forecast, terry? mostly clear right now over cedar rapids with temperatures in the 20s 20stemps ararin the 20s across iowa iowaclouds starting to move in from the west, only a few clouds far east. east.skies will be mostly
into the morning with a temperature of 24 at 8 am, climbing to 34 at 3pm. 3pm. a dire warning today from the u-s army corps of engineers. engineers.theyeyre urging people to be extremely careful near coralville lake.they say right now, the lake is about ten feet higher than normal, but is decreasing rapidly. because the water is falling below the bottom of the ice,
dangerous conditions.the army corps says falling through the ice right now leaves little chance for escape and a successful rescue becomes next to impossible.tt warning comes just one day after the body of 17-year old tanner wymer was found in the lake after his canoe capsized sunday. a celebration of life has now been set for the lon high school senior.a visitation is scheduled for friday afternoon with a funeral at saint mary's catholic church in solon on saturday.tanner's family asks that instead of flowers, memorials can be made to the tanner wymer memorial fund. turning right now to delaware county.. county..where authorities say a farmer died after accidentally shooting himself. himself.it happened just east of the town of dddee.the delaware county sheriff's office tells fox 28 news that 57-year-old randy kelchen was using a shotgun to euthanize an agressive bull.authorities believe kkchen was climbing a gate when the shotgun accidentally went off, killing him instantly.
is on edge after a threatening facebookokage surfaced. susuaced.the creator of the page posted intention to harm members of the police department -- going so far as saying they wanted to kill the police. fox 28 news reporter dora miller spokekeith the chief of policeceand joins us now to break down the pros and cons of social media in law enforcement. dora? the page in question was quickly taken down...but local police departments say social media sites are not all bad... the majority of the time, they serve a positive purpose. these pictures -- taken from an anti-police facebook page -- were fueled by rage..the target of this resentment...t he waterloo police department. "we've had other websites that they've dealt with this issue, but not to this extent, not tohis level of violence." with posted threats to kill police...officers have had to watch for everyone's safety -- especially their own. "this puts the officer a little bit on edge, they're
of incidents like this we have to be ever more vigilant."but one bad apple doesn't make all social media bad...police departments say they primarily use itito their advantage. advantage.e."what i like about social media is monitoring the comments or reading the comments because it gives me a good feel for the tone of the mmunity."cedar rapids police say an increase in social media use is a benefit that outweighs the risk. risk. "people out there, those who are wanted for crimes and we've not been able to locate them, four of them have been located throuou our use of facebook." "we get a lot of tips through here." "it's also been a way for us to reach out to witnesses."it also gives the *public a way to hlld officers accountable. accountable. "if we e have something that's somewhat negative about the department, it gives us an opportunity to go directly to them and give our viewpoint about why something was dodo or to admit
since the anti-police page was taken down...a pro-waterloo police page has been created. as far as who created the negative page, it's not classified as criminal activity -- so there hasn't been an investigation.dora miller, fox 28 news still to come on the fox 28 news at nine... nine...collecting cash on campus.we'l'ltell you about a new partnership giving hawkeye fans a new incentive to cheer,
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eat healthy.we'll tonight, the iowa hawkeye men's basketball team is trying to stay perfect in conference play. play.fans are always encouraged to come out and support the team, but their attendance can also support other students off the court. fox 28 news porter mellaney moore shows us how it all works... works...at the university of iowa. iowa. this academic year the university of iowa's athletic department approached the iowa city community school district benefit them both.it's a really great program that we're excited about to partner this yearthis is the way hawkeyes for education works: community members can get tickets to certain hawkeye sporting events at the discounted group rate.then ten percent of that money goes back to the iowa city school district's foundation to help local sixth graders.it goes to the school of the wild program, so that't'a really great outdoor classroom program that the foundation supports.so far the
tonight...a familiar face upgraded his seat from councilman to mayor. mayor.nick abouassaly was formally sworn in as mayor tonight.he succeeds snooks bouska who did not seek another term.the new mayor spoke of unity to help move his community forward. "ultimately this is how we are going g move forward. we're all in this together and we accomplish so much more when we work together. marion deserves our best and nothing less." less."randy strand was appointed by the council to fill abouassaly's old seat.kim etzel and paul draper were also sworn in today. turning to tonight's vote 20-16 coverage - with less than four weeks to go before the iowa caucuses, the campaign stops are ratcheting up here in the corridor. corridor.republican senator marco rubio brought his message to cedar rapids today. he hit on several topics including backlash he's received from colleagues and others who say he's missed too many votes while on the
is more important to him to first become president, then move the country in the direction he thinks it should go. i have missed votes this year you know why? because while senators shape the agenda, a president can set the agenda. we're not going to fix america with senators and congressmen. the only wya to turn this country around is to reverse the damage this president has done to the united states of america. america.this is partf a three day tour for rubio.he finishes u uin marshalltown tomorrow. for more political headlines from across the state and beyond, be sure to catch 'iowa in focus with kevin barry' this sunday mornings at 9:30,
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p/cloudy over cedar rapids now, with temperatures in the s, feels s ke near 20. 20.temperatures across the area are in the 20s right now nowclouds starting to move in from the west, only a few clouds far east. east.temperatures will warm up through ththweek, then rain and snow comes into the forecast through friday. arctic air likely arrives later on this weekend.
the upper 20s and low 30s.lows were i iththteens this morning. morning.temperatures across the area are in the 20s right now. now.calm across the midwest now, with some clouds moving in intemperatures are cool across the northern part of the country, but starting to warm up in the southern plains,and out west.things will be changing though and it has been cool with the last time many cities were above freezing was before the new year. year.some changes are coming as a big area of arctic air comes down late this weekend behind a cold front frontahead of the front, about a half an inch of rain is possiblethrough friday. friday.nearly an inch of snow possible to the south, with higher amounts to the north northclouds will move in through the night and stick around through tomorrowow predictor shows some light
late wednesday night.a few light rain showers possible through thursday thursdaymostly c oudy and cold with lows 19 to 25 25partly sunny and cool with highs in the low to mid 30s. some snow and rain mixture possible late tomorrow night. night.warming trend expected through the end of the week, with a chance for rain and snow through iday.light snow possibleleaturday.much colder with sinine digit temperatures sunday and monday
still to come on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.before you adjust your daily routine, you might be due for a different kind of adjustment.the often overlooked part of the bodydy when it's time to get healthy -- when the fox 28 news at nine continues. someone just got a free 6" subway sandwich. just text offers to 782929 to sign up for weekly text offers. and you'll get a free 6-inch sub when you buy a 30-oz. drink just for signing up. on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called d e wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules.
when you think about getting fit, you probably think about exercise and diet. diet.but you might also want to schedule an appointment with your local chiropractor. chiropractor.in tonight's to your health report... report...experts say if you workout with a bad spine it can lead to harmful stress on the bobo.that can lead to interference with the body's normal nerve supply.without that, your health routine can
should be checked out but often isnt, is neck pain. if you're having trouble just doing that right away there's some issue. you should be able to turn your head but if you're driving your car and you kina go backwards and you can't look behin you okay then there is definitely some problems there that your body is notable to work like it should shouldabove all else, if you want to make some healthy changes in your life, it's always best to discuss everything with your primary doctor. a waterloo home that helps the underserved - needs to expand. expand.the catholic worker house is so packed that it's reachingngapacity.it serves men, women and children. community member and volunteer fran fuller says right now - the mens house is packed and uses all five beds and three couchesthey want to buy an additional home - since there's such a high demand among men.so far - they have raised *some money but they're hoping to quickly make up the rest. "it feels like rewarding work, it feels like i'm p pt
part of the problem - and maybe it's the way i've discovered i could live with integrity." integrity."ononanuary 22 - they will hold a fundraiser at the knights of columbus-- dedicated to getting the next home.they have a go fund me page - and we've linked that information on our website. still to come on the fox 28 wsne..mo executive actions.the accusations made by opponents, and the warning the n-r-a made to members of congress congressand after a memorable ek of basketball, the hawkeye men look to stay perfect in the
big ten as the cornhuskers come to carver. highlights -- when the fox28
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assurances, the president's opponents are ratcheting up their rhetoric after his latest exective actions. those actions include closing loopholes in federal laws that require background checks. checks.the goal is to prevent criminals from being able to purchase weapons at gun shows or online. online.but nearly all republicans are lashing out at the president's move.calling it an abuse of his constitutional authority, some still believe this is just the first step towards an alterior motive. "presidede obama is once again going to abuse his power to try seize our guns." guns.""well pretty soon you won't be able to get guns. i mean, it's another step in the way of not getting guns." guns."those are criticisms that have been leveled against president obama since the day he took office.today, the president, again, stated that he believes in the second amendment right to bear arms. no matter how many times people try to twist my words around. i taught constitutional
about this.but i also believe we can finds ways to reduce gun violence consistent with the second amendment." amendment."figures show sales of firearms spike every time there's a mass shooting and the president calls for reforms. fox 28 news spoke to one local gun dealer to get his thoughts about the president's actions today. today.it's easy for people to sit around and say they're mad about violence, i don't like violence. i watched the pictures of the victims you know after sandy hook and they had stories of each kid and put their pictures on there. i'm a parent of two children. do i get emotional about it? yes. the only thing i don't do is blame an inanimate object. according to a-t-f records, iowa is the 44th most armed state with about six guns per one-thousand residents. wyoming has the highest number of registered guns per person at about 196-guns per one- thousand people. the national rifle association, which has successfully lobbbbd congress
law reforms, was active on twitter today during the president's speech. speech.in one tweet, executive director chris cox told the president quote "the american people do not need more emotional, condescending lectures that are completely devoid of facts." facts."another n-r-a tweet seemed to target lawmakers on capitol hill who might think about t working with the white house.saying quote "f-y-i, all n-r-a grades are subjt to change." eastern iowa got a good dose of sunshine today. today.but there are some chances of snow not far off. off.chief meteorologist terry swails joins us now with your weatherfirst forecast, terry? .. .temperatures across the area are in the 20s right
now. now.calm across the midwest now, with some clouds moving in intemperatures are cool across
country, but starting to warm up in the southern plains and out west.things will be changing though and it has been cool with the last time many cities were above freezing was before the new year. year.some changes are coming as a big area of arctic air comes down latetehis weekend behind a cold front
frontahead of the front, about a half an inch of rain is possible through friday. friday.nearly an inch of snow possible to the south, with higher amounts to the north northclouds will move in through the night and stick around through tomorrow. predictor shows some light snow and some rain moving in late wednesday night.a few light rain showers possible through thursday thursdaymostly cloudy and cold with lows 19 to 25 25partly sunny and cool with highs in the low to mid 30s0s some snow and rain mixture possible late tomorrow night. night.warming trend expected
terry thanks.the pengon is the center of the effort to keep this nationonafe. safe.and everyone knows that security comes with a steep price.but some tonight are accusing defense officails of wasting *billions* of your tax dollars. dollars.only on x 28 news, national correspondent kristine frazao shows us how it all happened. happened. inside the pentagon's defense logistics agency, it appears to be an efficient, and organized operation.but it turns out the 44 billion n dollar enterprise is anything buta& according to a new investigation by politico,
more than seven billion dollars of stuff it will likely never use.retired intelligence officer anthony shaffer says something needs to change."it's totally insane when you look at how they're gog about both the acquisition process,s,he commmmcialization process,every thing that they do is essentially 5 times more expensive than it needs to be and they need to be held accountable. the report also found the d-l-a bought 9 million dollars in spare parts for the v-22 osprey it also didn't needa&and is consistently overcharged for materials and often loses records and receipts of what it buys - all with taxpayer money.stockpiling this stuff does not help the troops. it doesn't help anyone to defend the country. that's why they need to address this problem and address it now.addressing that problem *is* in the works, as the dla will soon be audited, marking a new era in which congress's calls to audit the department of defense are finally being
agency has admitted there's room for improvement but says it will be prepared for an audit, and its " commitment to financial transparcy and accountability will continue to increase public trust ."for lt col shaffer, an audit is a good first step but he says the problem of throwing money at the pentagon is systemic and more must be done.getting the books in order - no small task, but one critics say must begin now.in washington i'm kf reporting. shuckin' the huskers -- coming up in sports sportshow jarrod uthoff was a man among boys on the court for the hawkeyes -- yet again againplus -- lela sellers celebrated her birthday in a big way -- in a big game against linn-mar -- how the kennedy took control of the
after two wins over teams ranked in the top 15 -- the iowa men's basketball team have gone from the hunter to the hunted in the big 10 conferencece- so now everybody is going to try and knock the hawks off -- starting with huskers huskersiowa's won the last 4 meetings including a 28 point thumping in nebraska last season.the hawks though were down by as many at 10 points early -- but have no fear jarrod uthoff is here -- he steals the pass and then knocks down the three -- and he wasn't done -- then the former jefferson j-hawk takes
uthoff single handely bringing iowa back again -- and later -- he gets the scoop shot off glass to fall -- another monster night from him -- iowa led by 9 at the breakand they'd extend it in the second half -- mike gesell -- playing some great ball this season -- losses his man off the screen -- and sinks the three -- hawks lead late in the second half. the iowa state men -- can't take an night off in the big 12 -- because the league -- is in a word -- brutal -- 4 of the 10 teams ranked in the top 17 in the country -- includudg the top two teams in the nation -- so again -- anybody can beat anybody at anytime -- but steve prohm has a plan to put his clones in the mix to win the big 12 at the end of the seon -- and it starts with t tt hilton magic. "if you win your home games and win on the road.. you know 5 and 4 on the road... you're going to have a chance at 14- 4. i think 13, 14 wins because e of how good this league is... i think is going
it's been over a month since the panther men have won back to back games -- they've been on a win -- loss pattern since november 30th -- so if it stays true u-n-i should beat missouri state -- but ben jacobson isn't a fan of that pattern -- he wants consecutive wins, but knows the pattern isn't all bad for his panthers. "i will tell you this... there's some good and bad in that. with the number of road and neutral games we've played to be going baba and forth and not have consecutive losses, there's a lot of good in that with the schedule that we've had. and i think that's a real positive. we've just got to get as we've talked about here today again... and we are getting there, we've got to be more consistant." it's strange to think that with all the talented players and teams lisa bluder has coached -- she's never started the big 10 3 and oh -- not once -- not evev last years sweet 16 team with sam logic, melissa dixon, and bethany doolittle wednesday -- she and her hawks -- have another shot when they
her -- starting conference play with 3 straight wins, would be pretty neat. "3-0 is special because first of all you don't get to start that many times, you know, start your big 10 season right? so there's not that many times to do it... but to me it's not about going 3-0, but it is... i know that sounds weird, but yes we want to go 3-0 because we want to win the next game... we want to get michigan.. we want to get that road win.. so yes, 3-0 is important." well it doesn't get much bigger than this in the m-v-c -- with kennedy hosting linn- r in a top 10 tilt -- winner gets the fast track to a valley division title titleboth schools are undefeated in conference play -- opp, hey kendall meyer! linn-mar led by 3 at the half -- lela sellers not alright with that -- she banks it home -- and here come the courgars the lions would fight back -- amanda ollinger to ally johnson -- and she drops in the triplebut by rule you can't loose on your birthday
birthday -- she slices through the lane for the bucket and the foul -- a game high 17 for sellers -- kennedy wins 60 to 47 boys hoops -- prairie hosting 4th ranked xavier -- the p-hawks trying to knock off their second ranked team this seasonand they flew out of the gates -- off the steal -- ethan copeland takes it coast to coast for the easy duce -- prairie up 8 nothingbut the saints would march on back -- jackson jones -- dials long distance and connects from deep -and then later in the quarter -- more jackson jones - - and more triples -- this time from the other corner -- xavier wins 65 to 46 the final. the king returns -- still to come on fox 28 28desmond king is coming back to iowowfor his senior season - - why the nation's best d-b -- made that decision -- after
(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound)
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on monday desmond king was listed as the 24th overall pick in the n-n-l draft by nfl-draft-scout -- but the national football league will have to wait on the king -- he's returning to iowa for his senior season -- his mom broke the news last night to the daily iowan -- and today king confermed it on his instagram page -- posting this -- quote -- "feels good to finish my education and to be with my brothers for my senior year. there wi be those that say my decision is wrong but it's what's best for me. let's make it a good one fellas" last season king was named a consensus all-american, the jim thorpe award winner, and the big 10's best defensive back -- finishing the year with 8 interceptions. matt campbell and iowa state
has been named i-s-u's defensive coordinator -- he brings 32 years of coaching experience to ames -- most recently he was in toldeo with campbell where the rockets were number 1 in the mac in scoring defense. on the mat -- iowa's brandon sorensen has been named the co-big 10 wrestler of the week -- the number two ranked 149 pounder went 6 and oh last week -- en route to a his first midlands championship -- the honor is the third of sornensen's career. and on the ice -- dubuque fighting saints head coach -- jason lammers has been named the head coach for team east in the top prospects game on january 12th -- in his first season with dubuque -- the saints hold the top spot in the east and have the best overall record in the u-s-h-l at the halfway point in the season. that's a check of sports -- terry has a last cck of your forecast when the fox 28 news
hello. i'm mark hyman. presidential candidate hillary clinton made a n0w-regrettable statement inhe final democratic debaba of 2015. she claimed isis was using donald trump in a recruiting video.afterwards, there was a mad dash to find proof. no such luck. no evidence of isis u ung trump turned up. however, we did find a prominent isis recruiting video. this one was posted around thanksgiving. according to published reports, it was released in several languages. including english.to be honest, the video is expertly and professionally crafted. it's filled with powerful animation and graphics. it's easy to understand why it would have appeal to those whohobelieve the entire world should be subjugated to islam.donald trump is not featured in isis recruiting. however, other prominent politicians are.
. george w. bush . . . and clinton's own-husband, bill. titled "no respite," this isn't just a recruiting video. isis taunts america to "bring it on." it claims the u-s military fights for the interests of politicians, . . . liars . . . and fornicators. bush is featured among the liars. bill clinton is the prominent fornicator.isis s isn't resp0nding to any military actions, . . . or political . . . or cultural events. isis argues it's compelled to fulfill islam's prophecy. its mission: to defeat non-believers in an epic battle signaling the end of days.to comment, go to behind the headlines dot net. i'm mark hyman. america is not just electing president, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters.
making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. hey! this
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breaking news tonight out of north korea. korea.in a surpise development, state-run media reports that north korea tonight tested a hydrogen bomb. at the time of the reported test, geologists detected an earthquake in north korea, likely the result of the apparent nuclear explosion.it would mark the fourth nuclear test by north korea in 10 years.we will have more on this coming up on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. skies will be mostly cloudy through the night and into the day wednesday with a temperature of 24 at 8 am, climbing to 34 at 3pm
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