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the lines are blowing up! we've got deborah from poughkeepsie. flo: yeah, no, it's flo. you guys realize anyone can use the "name your price" tool for free on, right? [ laughing nervously ] [ pickles whines ] i know, it's like they're always on television. what? right now on fox 28 news -- iowa's role in america's "moon
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ththpotential to make progress is greater than i've ever seen. what those at the front lines have to say about the fight. to heal an injured's not like a broken bone or bruise you have on your arm. arm.uptown marion has an image problem.why leaders there say the look of empty storefronts is deceiving. deceiving.and another day of frayed nerves on wall street. "this is the new normal." what's causing the freefall now well into correction territory. territory. fox 28 news begins tonight with the nation's new effort to stop one of the e bbgest killers out there today.we're talking about cancer. cancer.during his state of the union address last week, president obama announced a new push to cure the disease. disease.cancer is whatatilled e presididt's mother in 1995 at the age of 52. is also what took the life of vice president joe biden's son less than a year ago.and that's why the president put the vice president t charge of hat he called a new "moon shot."
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lost, for the families that we can still save, let's make american the country that cucus cancer once and for all! what do you say joe?" joe?"vice president biden is already pursuing this work. he's in switzerland this week at the world economic forum looking to drum upupsupport for the renewed fight against cancer. while world leaders discuss the fight against cancer, researchers here in the corridor are dog something about it as well. 28 news reporter matt hammill shows us where they believe the initiative can help. city. - " obama finding a cure for cancer. " calling it - - his moon** shot - may over- simplify the war on cancer but researchers at the university of iowa - say it's the kind of intense focus on this horrible disease that's needed." the excitement in the field is greater than i've ever seen and the potential to make progress is greater than i've ever seen. " dr george weiner - says surgery -
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cancers right now - that meant death ten years s o.but if f the initiative means discovering how our own immune systems can fight cancer - how more research can be shared among doctors - and increase funding - it could help everyone touched by cancer - - his own parents died from the disease. disease." the precentage of cancer research grants that are funded by the federal government is in the range of 12% and on a daily basis i have outstanding researchers from our own institution with great ideas who don't have the funds to persue those ideas. " " varoom " "" just down the street - from the cancer research center - the moonshot will have music. " - " music dancing " "-" defeating pediatric cancer is something i would love to e happen not only in my lifetime but very soon. " dan colb says the president's promise defines perfect timing.the 22nd dance marathon is just two weeks away - an effort that's raised 16 - million dollars to
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families living with cancer. this year the dance moves mean money - so the toughest cases can be treated right here. hehe." honestly brought evereybody that got to make that decision to tears .. and it is the next step for helping the university of iowa childrens hospital cure cancer. " " some of these advances are going to be incredibly dramatic, the more we invest in it the faster that progress is going to be. " matt hammill fox 28news. doctor weiner points to lymphoma - and testicular cancer - whwhe many more people are surviving. he says hopefully the "moon shot" will finally improve results in the deadliest cancers such as pancreatic. a little snow followed by a littleleun today. today.fortunately, if you're tired of the cold, things are going to get a *little* better betterchief meteorologist terry swails joins us now with
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voice, your future - the iowa impact" town hall in iowa city tomorrow night at 6. 6.iowa has been "first in the nation" to vovo since 1972 and state leaders are working to keep it that way. fox 28 news anchor and host of 'iowa in focus,' kevin barry -- kicks off tonight's vote 2016 coverage. coverage. around the 1970's -- the iowa caucuses became what they are today -- drawing presidential candidates to small midwestern towns.since then -- a lot about the presidential process has anged -- and to keep up -- so o are the caucuses.iowa's caucuses are known for the unique atmosphere they c cate -- with voters standing next to their co-workers and neighbors -- making their case for one candidate over another.but getting that
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location in person...until now. telecaucus - outside state - military or ucava - abroad/diplomats/peace corps sataile - hostpial worker - manufacturing plant - cant' get off - caucus right there child care at caucus locations now will make it easier for parents with all kinds of family responsibilities to take part.a partnership with microsoft is going to streamline the process to report results from each county across the state.while iowa fights to stay first in the nation -- it also inadvertently got help on the republican side when g-o-p jeff kaufmann had to cancel the straw poll when there wasn't enough interest from candidateswe had a lot of states saying that we went
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said, you knkn iowa, you're going twice, but do you need to go first twice? that strengthens my hand when i'm talking to the other can see all the stories we've done leading up to tomorrow's town hall discussion on our website at fox 28 iowa dot com -- they're also all on my facebook page as well.kevin barry, fox 28 news again, fox 28 is hosting "your voice, your future - the iowa impact" in iowa city.the town hall is open to the public and it starts at six tomorrow night at "public space one" -- in the wesley can 28. our panewill have the iowa republican and democratic political experts. another town hall will take place monday night in des moines.this one featuring the for president. president.the iowa democratic party will host the discussion with hillary clinton, senator bernie sanders and martin o'malley.c-n-n will air the event from 8 to 10, monday
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make their party's picks for can watch it live on our website fox 28 iowa dot com. right now at the university of iowa iowapresident bruce harreld is planning his own town hall.he announced it in an open letter onlinenepresidenenharreld plans to hold the public meeting before the end of spring semester.the town hall will take place inside e pomerantz center at 4 o'clock on february 23rd. new details right now on a story we've beenenracking since december. a cy-ride driver is now charged in the hit and run death of 18-year-old emmalee jacobs. jacobs was killed december 14th while she was crossing one of the busiest streets just south of the iowa state campus. police now say 23-year-old benjaminclague was iving the campus bus, hit jacobs and left the scene. he is being n the scott county jail. fox 28 news also continues to follow the devastating water cris in flint, michigan that problem has some people here in the cocoidor wondering
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in 20-14, flint's water became tainted with lead after an an emergency manager--in an effort to save money-- switched the city's water source from detroit to the flint river.some are calling for the resignation of michigan governor rick snyder - saying the slow response could even ba criminal. cedar rapids has taken pride in the quality of its drinking water. water.every day about 35 million gallons of water pass through the city's two wastewater treatment plants. all of that water goes through a 6 step filtration process to remove sediment and harmful bacteria.much of the infrastructure was upgraded after the flood of 2008. "we do not@have any lead piping in the system we also go a step above and add corrosion inhibitor ich helps to prevent residential sites or specific sites for the lead and copper to leach into the water
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also has an advantage because the auquifer here is shallow, which generally is a source of higher quality water, even before treatment. if your travels take you through uptown marion, you've empty storefronts. storefronts.we spoke with city leaders today who say looks can be 28 news reporter marissa scott -- -traveled to marion to get an explanation. explanation. take a walk down main street... street... "it's just a p pt of the business cycle."and you'll notice several store fronts are empty. empty. "we can always use more restaurants and retail shops." but uptown marion director, ashley zierath, says store turnover is hiding the growth that's taking place along 7th avenue. avenue. "we've seen tremendous growth over the last couple years. some of the new businesses that have come in to our district has been wonderful. zierath says therere been a rong interest in the vacanan spots, because business owners know they'll be transforming their alleys into a place for
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"there's success in uptown marion."jodi siamis is the owner of capital commercial division which owns the "o" block houses maid- rite which was just recently renovated for their 30th anniversary- anniversary-but down the street, they learned what it's like being a part of the uptown marion family. family. "we also have the 12-04 building that has had a set back, but we're looking to finish that project in 2016." the building's frame collapsed during construction and they had to start from scratch. but they're moving forward with the project nd excited to welcome "riley's" and "the local" restaurants by the end of the year. year. "there is so many fun things going on, this is the place to be."starting this spring, you'll see a lot of construction in uptown marion but zierath says it won't use traffic delays or concerns for drivers.they're also hosting a commercial real estate showcase in feburary if anyone is interested in bringing their busess here. covering thehecorridor, in marion, marissa scott, fox 28
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looking for an end to a costly correction. on the fox 28 news at nine, the story behind the unging markrks, and why it's not all bad news, especially for consumers. consumers.and you know how to heal a cut or a twisted ankle. but what abt a bruised brain. how ititorks -- when the fox 28 news at nine continues. she's always stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. e drug and ininrance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter
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she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. george: my family's lived d this farm for threregenerations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust.
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so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. be sure to join us at 7 tomorrow for fox 28 morning live.with colder temperatures in eastern iowa, many families are turning to extra sources to warm their homes. homes.what you need to know to stay safe before you plug in that space heater.that's tomorrow on fox 28 morning live. "yououprobably don't want to
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put you in a bad mood." mood."sound advice after a terrible start to the financial year gets worse by the day. it was another big drop for the e jor markets today.we'll get into the causes in just a moment. moment.first here's what happened today. today.the dow, plunged nearly five percent by midday, dropping more than 500-points. there was a strong rally in the final hours.still all markets were hit hard, with the exception of the tech- heavy nasdaq.'s the damage so far this year.all three major u-s markets are down significantly in 2016. including the broadest view of the financial world, the s- and-p 500. the biggest river behind all this turmoil -- is oil prices. prices.take a look at this just two- and-a-half years, crude oil prices are down more than 75- percent.this is due in large part to a lot of supply and shrinking demand. demand.while bad news for investors, it's fantastic news for consumers.the average
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60-dollars a month on gas as prices plunge well below two- dollars a gallon.if those consumers pocket that cash rather than spend it, it could slow down economic growth. here's another consumer benefit, milk prices are falling.the price of a gallon of milk k is now at its lowest level in more than five years. it's the same formula as oil, higher supply and lower demand as more americans turn to alternatives- students at the university of iowa are getting a financial education. education.the school is offering a new class called moneywise - personal finance's designed to give students the knowledge they need to manage their debeb, ther than rely solely on their parents.the course covers things like employment benefits, insurance, investment opportunities, budgeting and student loan repayment. the more education that students have and the more they are taking a proactive approach to their own financial future, the better
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students.and it's a popular topic.the class is fully
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still to come on the fox 28 news at nine... nine...concussions don't just happen during matter what's behind the brain injury, we'll show you how some are helpling those with brain injuries, heal -- when
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but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. wintertime has its own lineup of sports - but before you hit the skating rink - or slip on ice in the parking lot- be sure to protect your brain. brain.concussions can happen more often than you may think. fox 28 news reporter joy howe tells us, how you *can repair your brain if it happens to you -- --in tonight's to your health report. it's no secret that sports - take a toll on our bodies. but so can a bad fall on the ice, or a sledding mishap. all of
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body, but they can leave a lasting wound, you *can't see. it's not like a broken bone or bruise you have on your arm. you can't see it, so you have to look for those signs, whether it's i'm dizzy, i'm just not feeling right and that nausea courtney axeline is the center director at learningrx in cedar rapids. she studies the brain and how it works, and says the ongoing conversation about concussions is critical. a good thing to think about it is a basketball player, and you see that repetitive jumping over and over, and you think about the damage on their knees- over time, you're going to have to have a knee replacememt, but you can't really have a brain replacement, but you're going to have that same damage on the brain as you would your knees but here, if you "train your brain" as they call it, you can take steps to *repair some of that damage.if something has been damaged, it's not going to fix what's been damaged, but your brain has the ability to re-wire around that damaged portion, and that's where we see those increases in memory and processing while you're here doing that training they assess your individual brain, and give you tests to strengthen the areas where you're weaker - and believe me when i say, it's harder than
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more i did, the more my brain adapted and by the end of the exercisei was better. if you take kind of a 'worst case scenario' - someone who's had a stroke or someone who's had a traumatic brain injury, and they tell you that i had to learn how to walk again, and i had to learn how to walk again, that's the brain's ability to re-wire and to re-learn that's because the brain is an amazing thing - so courtney says, take care of it - after all, it's the only one you've got.whether you take someone that has had a traumatic brain injury or someone who's maybe had a mild concussion or someone who's just struggling in general, your brain can open up pathways and re-wire so that you can be successful covering the corridor in cedar rapids, joy howe fox 28 news at 9. learning r-x offers one-on-one evaluations and training for kids as young as four, and they even work with adults up to age 80, to help them with memory issues. just ahead on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.hear from lawmakers after their failed attempt to block syrian refugees from entering the u-s.also...
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in cedar community says it needs more money to keep up with growth. i'll show you how they took that message to voters tonight -- when the fox 28 news at
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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one school district hopes the second time is the charm for millions of dollars in improvements. that kind of upgrade requires a lot of money and that means needed support from voters in the college community school district. district.last year, a similar effort failed by just a handful of this time, school leaders are trying to better explain why the added funds are needed. 28 news reporter dora miller is live in cedar rapids with the latest information, dora? just a couple of hours ago, parents were wandering these halls to see exactly what their vote would mean.they got a firsthand look at why the district is asking for millions -- and tonight, so
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we. there's more to prairie high school than what meets the eyea&sot 19:19:59 "this is one of the two parts that are one of the ugliest eye sore parts of the building." cosmetically, officials say the school is well overdue for a makeover.19:22:47 "these are the practice rooms that kids come up and use."more importantly, safety and the quality of education are on the top of the list.that's what superintendent john says a 49 million dollar bond would go toward.john 19:12:26 "we have aging hvac systems and other units in our building. the high school, crest, view and heights elementary all were built between the late 50s and early 70s."voters - primarily parents - who stand behind the bond say the growth in the district is fact, recent trends show that students will outgrow the school if nothing's done.john 19:11:13 "the capacity of the high school right is 1080 students, we have 1120 in the high school today, we're using every classroom so we have
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a large room, you have to imagine this is the classroom, that's the lab."19:21:37 "because of the size, for a school our size this is a small choir room that's why we had split it into three different choirs."the addition of 13 classrooms, new science labs, better locker rooms and extra parking spaces sounds pretty good to those asked to cast their vote.sarah 19:32:38 "the growth in the district affects us and my daughter, she's gonna be coming up to the middle schools and high schools." : voting will be on february 2 at your normal polling placesa&absentee ballots are also available.if everything goes to plan, school officials say the parking lot would be the first project.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, dora miller fox 28 news dora to johnson county. county.where for the first time in nearly 60 years, a citizen of north liberty will help govern the county. county.lisa green-douglass won last night's special election to fill a vacant seat on the board of supervisors. supervisors.the vote came
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terrence neuzil resigned in december to take a job in michigan.north liberty mayor amy nielsen says she's looks forward to having more representation for her rapidly growing city. i think that when you live somewhere, you just naturally have a more intimate knowledge of the day to day needs of that community and a feel for long of the personality even evendouglass-green's term on the board will expire at the end of the year, which means if she wants another term, she will have to run ain this november. many of you probably have your sights set on the summer months. months.we still have a ways to get there, but in the meantime, we will see a bit of relief from the bitter cold. cold.chief meteorologist terry swails joins us now with your
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terry the capitol today todaythe u-s senate failed to get enough votes to move ahead with legislation that would block syrian and iraqi refugees from entering the u-s. u-s.but how many are already here?national correspondent kristine frazao has more in a story -- you'll see only on fox 28 news. news. on capitol hill - a sense of urgency to act.rep, michael mccacaul/r-texas"we really can't afford to wait. these refugees are coming in, into this country as we speak.rep. buddy carter/r-georgia "terrorist groups have made it clear that they're going to act on the generosity of our country to try to intrude into us."the issue has been front
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the terrorist attacks in paris and san bernardino, ca. as congress haggles over the vetting process, we wanted to know just how many refugees are already here . tuesday/u.s. state department kf nat sot from briefing - "how many came in 2015?the state department sent us these numbers:more than 12 syria just in 15..president obama has called for the acceptance of 10 thousand more this year.kf standup rotunda the obama administration stands by its current policy on refugees and warns making dramatic changes to the program would be unnecessary and un-american.john kirby/spokesperson, u.s. department of state"nothing is more important to the state department and to secretary kerry than the safety and security of the american people. that's why the syrian refugees are vetted additionally and with more scrutiny than any other refugee that comes into the united states."but for those who supported a far stricter vetting g proceses like senator rob portman on the homeland security committee,the whole country should be concerned if
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rob portman/r-ohioto bring pele into this country who are not vetted makes no sense at this point.i'm kristine frazao reporting and coming up in sports sportsthe panthers looked to shock the shockers and keep pace in the m-v-c race -- could u-n-i rally from an early deficit deficitplus -- bluder's bunch -- back home -- and hungry for a "w" -- would home cooking be
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she's always stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights...
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the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight millionn children got heaeah care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. earlier this week, ben jacobson put on his poker face and said -- sometimes it's best to have to push all the chips to the middle of the
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about playing texas hold em -- he was talking about taking down the shockers -- with everything on the line linelet's face it if u-n-i doesn't beat wichita state -- they're not winning the valley first half -- the offffse struggled -- but not bennett koch -- matt bohannon finds him down low -- and koch -- fires up the kitchen with the nice post movethen it's wes wasphun's turn -- the former washington warrior connects from deep for r 3 of his 14 points -- he also had 7 dimes and 7 boardsspeaking of threes -- bo knows em -- bohannon hits another triple -- he finished with 14 pointsbut only scored 22 points in the first half -- and couldn't stop ron baker -- he beats the buzzer -- for 2 of his game high 21 as the panthers lose theiei thirirstraight game in valley -- 74 to 55 this week has got a hurry up and wait feel to it -- with iowa's huge showdown with purdue on sunday at carver hahaeye arena -- - t there is a game before the game of the week --
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road to face rutgers -- yeah, that rutgers team who's winless in the big 10 -- who's big wins are against fairliegh dickenson and central arkansaw -- and who got beat by purdue by 50 points on monday night -- but it's also a team iowa isn't overlooking. "you kinda gotta throw that game away, that was an anamoly. i mean that probably won't happen to them again probably the rest of the season. so we gotta stay focus, continue to be hungry, - and try to improve on ourselves." ourselves.""purdue with eir incredible size was not a good match-up look at the wake forest game, you look at the indiana game... i mean that's more indicative of how i think rutgers is." the player of the game in iowa state's win over number 1 ranked okalhoma -- isn't george niang or monte morris -- it's matt thomas -- now the juniororguard only scored 12 points monday night -- but it's not what he did on offense that got the clones the win -- it's was his defense on buddy hield -- agruablely the best player in
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the magic back at hilton. "the numbers speak for themselves. i mean buddy heild is in my mind a first team all- american for sure and for you to make him shoot 23 shots and shoot below his percentage.. i mean that's a heck of a job right there and credit to matt." matt.""being recruited pretty much as an off set shooter and scorer and over these last couple years just having that improvement on that end of the floor has been big for me and i take a lot of pride in that." two things have been bothering lisa bluder lately -- number 1 turnovers -- the hahaeyes are averaging 18 of them per game in conference play -- number 2 -- second half struggles -- the quick fix for both of those -- playing in the friendly confines of carver bluder's bunch welcomed penn state to iowa cityand the hawks were playing catch up from opening tip -- ally disterhoft banks it home for two of her 13 -- iowa trailed by 8 at the breakthird quarter -- hawks still down -- chase
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baseline jay -- she finished with a team high 16but iowa couldn't stop penn state -- 4 nitty lions finished in double figures -- including petyon whitted -- she beats the buzzer -- hawks lose 82 to 69. bill fen-lee and the cyclones took oklahoma state to overtime -- but couldn't get their first big 12 s sep of the season -- iowa state fell 79 to 76 in stillwater -- shawna johnson led the clones with 22 and 9 still to come on fox 28 we hit the mats -- could cornell take down the top ranked team in the nation -- or would wartburg continue it's dominance -- that's after
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nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and e plate. no fillers; that's it. all prized cuts, all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts of beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them, and that seals in the juices of the burgerer it doesn't get any better than that. and that's the culver's butterburger.
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high school football season even started we knew that in 2016 -- playoff qualifiers would shrink from 32 down to 16 in each class -- now the iowa high school athletic association made more changes the big one -- classes 3-a. 2- a. 1-a and a -- are moving to 7 districts of 8 teams -- with district champions, runner ups and 2 at large bids making the playoffs. while 4-a and 8 man are staying with 8 districts -- with the top 2 teams in each qualifiying. -- they also eliminated the one hundred 25 mile travel limination, brought back the playoff bracket, and increased the point differential tiebreaker to 17. e-s-p-n ranked their top 50 best returning players for the 2016 season -- and desmond king was number 10 -- the thorpe award winner and concensus all american had 8 interceptions last season.
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wrestling one school comes to mind -- wartburg -- they've been a dynasty on the mat -- earlier this season the knights wowotheir 6t6tstraight n-w-c-a national duals title so obviously they're ranked number 1 -- wartburg visiting 11th ranked cornelland this dual was all black and orange -- at 1-33 4th ranked connor campo gets the take down their en route to a 7 to 2 decision then at 149 -- kenny martin takes down cornell's trevor engle -- martin would win his match with a 6 to 2 decision and the wins just kept coming -- at 1-57 -- drew wagen-hoffer gets the 4 point near fall -- wartburg won every match -- and the dual -- 38 nothing the final. and in his first year of eligability -- zach johnson -- has been selected to the iowa golf hall of fame -- the cedar rapids n nive has 12 tour wins including 2 major championships -- johnson has played in 4 ryder cups and 4 presidents cups. that's a check of sports --
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forecast when the fox 28 news at nine returns. here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity a a respect.
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chchk schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. st another washington politician yououan't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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totoght, a congratulations to chuck grassley.the senior senator from iowa has set a new record for most votes in congress without missing one. grassley has cast more than 75- hundred votes over 22 years, six months and six days. "i like to show people that i'm trying doing a job thoroughly even for those that might disagree with how i vote." vote."by the way, the last time he missed a vote, was because he was touring flood damage in iowa in 1993 with then president bill clinton. senator grassley says he's
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voters in all 99-counties, every year.that ttnslates into more than 34-hundred meetings during his time in congress. thanks for watching your fox 28 news at nine.have a great night.
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the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. evereray. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city risagain... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm m stening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver. i'm hillary clinton
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