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bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. fox 28 news -- police taking the mission to the people.the new, local effort that goes beyond traditional crime fighting in order to stop the violence. violence.new developments tonight in an armed standoff in oregon that turned deadly. "this can't happen anymore." hear the message the group's leader had for his followers from behind bars. bars.donald trump is known for controversy on the campaign trial.but the latest round hits close to home for hawkeye fans.hear what one head coach has to say about his player's appearance at last night's rally. rally.and a lesson no textbook could teach. teach. "it's so eye-opening and rewarding."hear what students say they got out of some unique hand-on time. time. law enforcement officers can't solve recurring violence in
the community is now lending a helping hand. hand.it's a joint effort between cedar rapids police and a new task force.fox 28 news reporter dora miller tells us how these new teams plan to work together. together.in this connects against crime report. report. the common denominator here is violence, so the plan is to attack it from all angles. this time, one group is addressing violence and the other is finding the root cause of it. it. "we could say we're like other communities because that is true, other communities around the country are also seeing incidents of gun violence on the rise, that might make us feel better, but it doesn't solve the problem." so police and the community are joining forces.the police community action team or pcat dressed in blues handling violence on the streets... streets..."they will focus on identifying crime trends and also address quality of life issues."the other -- out of public view -- but taking another approach. approach. "there will be individuals who tackle some of the economic disparities and opportunities, be a group of
achievement gap, another group of folks who look at all the programming that we have going on in our city."co-chairs of the s-e-t group -- or safe equitable and thriving community group -- say we have to dig deeper to fix the problem. problem. "i think my family and many other families in the community, have been looking for far-reaching, meaningful efforts to really get as some of these systemic issues that we face." face." "figure out what we can do to help with economic development, with housing, with jobs, with just all of the aspects of systemic poverty."those who have rallied against violence for years say groups have to start with those who are stuck in the cycle. cycle."if kids see violence in their families, they see it at school, if they see it different places, they're going to emulate that." that." "we have so many problems within this corridor when it comes to diversity... "the people in the community, they hear the groups but they want to see the groups more." more."crpd plans to measure success by analyzing data constantly and simply asking the public for their input. covering the corridor in cr,
so far this month, there have been 13-shots fired reports here in cedar rapids.the two groups hope that with more research and community policing, that number will not rise. when criminals do end up in jail, their options of limited. living behind bars can cause anxiety and stress-- especially if you're young. young.now - the linn county juvenile detention center is hoping to help ease some of that tension with a new program called expanded trauma- informed yoga.with help from a grant, young inmates are being taught yoga as a form of coping with traumatic issues in their lives. the goal is to give them a realistic and healthy way of dealing with their emotions -- in and out of the center. "there is so much potential for how these principles can be applied throughout the day, which is the goal of the program and of yoga, it's not just during yoga, it's 24/7. there's always potential triggers around you so there's always an opportunity to be able to self-regulate." regulate."right now - the
terry thanks. now tonight's vote 2016 coverage... coverage...24 hours ago, republican donald trump was wrapping up a rally in iowa city. city.but it was others on the stage with the candidate who got a lot of people talking today. today.fox 28 news reporter matt hammill is in the newsroom tonight with more on how the hawkeyes became part of the political discussion, matt? _____twitter - face - book - water - cooler - - a lot of people talking about this.it's not unusual for celebrities and - professional* athletes to appear with a presidential candidate.- but when it's someone - like a c - j - beath - herd - - does that - violate* the - rules ?? " nats "" trump's events are often like a pep rally -
football players and wrestlers jumped on the stage with him - tuesday night - more than a few fans - who support other candidates - cringed - and questioned the players' actions on social media media" nats " there actually is - an - n-c- double-a rule that prohibits players from endorsing* a political candidate or party but in a statement iowa athletic director gary barta says this* - is not* that. that.barta says " university of iowa student - athletes are encouraged to participate in the political process as individuals, however, like any endorsement by a student or faculty member, their participation should not be considered representative of the entire team or university." he also pointed out - - the trump jersey - was not official player apparel. apparel." however they want to go forward with their beliefs
asked about his wrestlers being called on stage and appearing to stump for trump - head coach tom brands told us his guys are free to express themselves - and echoed they did nothing wrong . ." you know we certainly didn't endorse them or push them to do that, but you know what, we have some independent thinkers on this team. " cheering " it's important to point out - we haven't seen anything to even suggest that the n-c - double - a - is looking into the hawkeye players - at the trump rally. matt hammill - cbs 2 news 10 at 10. matt thanks.also during last night's rally, the secret service arrested one protester. protester.28-year-old andrew alemao is accused of throwing two tomatoes at donald trump. he was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the johnson county jail where he was released this morning. while the state parties are rallying members across iowa right now, local teams in each county are also working for all candidates on both
aisle.but we found out one of those volunteers really stands out.fox 28 news anchor and host -- --of iowa in focus, kevin barry, spoke to one dedicated republican in linn county. county. and it says thank you for your great help on my campaign in iowa.iowans have their own reasons for being part of the campaign process.laura joins me in thanking you for your steadfast support...but very few have handwritten letters from former presidents -- thanking them for helping them win the white house.sincerely, george, w. bush.joni scotter normally isn't lacking for words for her favorite candidates -- but a letter like that is justincredible. but w. better get in line...i love joni scotter. what does she do for the party? she adds fun, she adds enthusiams and everything you want in the democratic process is embodied
joni, let me tell you, joni scotter is from linn county but she is one of the most enthusiastic republicans in the state.it started when she and her husband moved to iowa - - and she got behind lamar alexander -- trying to take down bill clinton.clinton won the white house -- but iowa republicans got joni -- supporting candidates for all offices.a glance on her wall shows the history of republican politics in iowa as well as any history book -- with a story behind each picture.and he'd say what's up boss and i'd laugh because i knew i wasn'twhen mitt romney ran in 2012 -- she committed to him before he even offically announced.he said, i'd like you to be my linn county chair and i said, i'd be honored.i'm here with my two favorite joni'seven when other campaigns tried to pry her away -- she stayed with romney -- just like she's
around.she won't even go to events for other candidates.i want everybody to know that jeb is the one that i'm voting for in the iowa caucus.the cauclike being the pig in the breakfast experience -- not like the chicken -- you gotta be all in and joni's all in. to see much more on the final days of the iowa caucus campaign, be sure to watch iowa in focus with host kevin barry, this sunday morning at 9:30, right here on fox 28. the famous coffee bean jars at the hamburg inn number two in iowa city are starting to fill up. up.every four years, the restauant's "coffee bean caucus" lets customers toss a coffee bean into the jar of their favorite candidate.as you can see here, bernie sanders seems to be doing very well on the democratic side. republicans seem to be giving donald trump the most votes. meantime, our radio partners
hamburg inn will soon be under new ownership.the panther family has owned and operated the restaurant since it opened 19-48.no word yet on who the panthers are selling to.we should learn that after the sale is finalized. in washington today, president obama met with one of the democrats trying to succeed him. him.vermont senator bernie sanders sat down with the president for an informal meeting at the oval office.the president held a similar meeting a few weeks ago with hillary clinton.after today's meeting, sanders told reporters he enjoyed the discussion and responded to accusations that obama is trying to persuade democrats against voting for sanders. "i don't believe that at all. i think he and the vice president have tried to be fair and even-handed in the process, and i expect they will continue to be that way." way."president obama says he will not endorse a candidate but will lend support any way he can to the eventual nominee of his party. other democrats are pushing for changes to the nation's gun laws.
morning live. happen anymore. this can't happen in america and it can't happen in harney county." county."an effort to end an armed standoff on federal land in oregon results in bloodshed. tonight, the leader of
the group claiming to fight for local ranchers is changing his tune. ammon bundy and his supporters had taken over an oregon wildlife refuge, they say, was illegally taken from area ranchers by the federal government. government.right now, bundy is behind bars, but the standoff is not over. over.bundy and some of his followers were taken into custody during a traffic stop last night.during that stop, one of bundy's supporters was shot and killed. killed.some witnesses say the man charged at authorities, while others claim he had surrendered.after the shooting, supporters still at the refuge called for reenforcementsbut tonight, from behind bars, bundy released a statement through his lawyer asking his supporters to end the standoff. "let us take this fight from
please stand down. go home and hug your families." families."bundy also said in his statement that he asked federal officials not to prosecute anyone else on the ranch.and here's the latest development, a short time ago reporters saw a convoy leaving the wildlife refuge but it's unclear if everyone has left. as for the deadly shooting, investigators have not said who fired first. first.for continuing updates on this developing story, you can read much more on the completely redesigned fox 28 iowa dot com. at the capitol today... today...democrats introduced legislation that would repeal a 2005 law granting the gun industry immunity from civil lawsuits. lawsuits.supporters of the bill say they want to crack down on negligent sellersa& and hold the industry accountable for better product safety. "the standards of negligence are the same, whether you're coming after a negligent gun dealer or a negligent automaker. we're not asking for any special treatment for
for the special treatment they enjoy today, the immunity they enjoy, to be removed." removed."opponents of the repeal say they believe it will lead to frivolous lawsuits against gun manufacturers. the head of the iowa national guard says nearly 17-hundred positions have been opened up to women this year following a federal policy change. change.during his condition of the guard address at the state capitol, major general timothy orr said the changes come after the pentagon's 20- 15 ruling that allows women to serve in any position, including combat roles. right now, the guard has 15 soldiers and airmen deployed around the
(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. 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. as presi, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience.
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fox 28 news at nine continues. continues. when it comes there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor,
a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you.
but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. to our kids - we have a choice in how they're educated. all this week, all across the country, people are celebrating that freedom, and encouraging those who feel they *don't have enough of a choice, to speak up. fox 28 news reporter joy howe tells us about "school choice week." week." ((nats washington dc rally)) they are celebrating in washington - what they say we do so well here at home in iowa. 04.13 iowa is a national school leader in providing school choice 04.19 options
national school choice week says, when you think about options in a rural state where education is available in all sorts of forms - think about *us. traditional public schools, charter schools, magnet schools, online academies, private schools with scholarship programs to help families who may not be able to afford them, go to them and homeschooling 04.36.09 this week, all those options will be celebrated, at 157 events that are planned across the hawkeye state to show parents the choices out there for ther kids k-12 education, and prove our teachers can get the job done anywhere.((nats))even online - take the iowa connections academy. we have a completely flexible program. you can access our curriculum anytime, anywhere. 1:00 and some families have found that the flexibility is really what they need for their students education 1:12this school is a public school that's online - you can study from home, tuition free, while using state-approved curriculum.the
parent survey" shows that the reasons parents turn to them, range from bullying to greater flexibility to health concerns. master teacher lynsie penrod says, all students are different, and deserve to have the chance to go to a school ,that fits *them. 3:00 we're just really, really thankfula&.for this state of iowa, giving the opportunity for families to have the choice for different types of education, because we are all different, all of our families are different, all of our students are different, all of our teachers are different, and the fact that we have a choice just provides so much, for so many families across the state. 3:30covering the corridor in cedar rapids, joy howe, fox 28 news at 9. on the flip side, some parents don't feel there are *enough choices - and the president of national school choice week says, this is the time to talk about those concerns. you can learn more on how to make your voice heard, on our website, fox 28 iowa dot com. still to come on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.a crash course on social
in personal expenses on aepublican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. high school students spent their christmas break from the classroom---on city streets. a new program at mount vernon high school is teaching students about themselves, creating relationships and giving back to their community. community.it was the first year for the "j-term"
course in social justice and is one of the few courses of its kind students can take part in, here in iowa. iowa.fox 28 news reporter marissa scott shares what they learned from the class.marissa? the high school students stepped out of their comfort zones today - doing things like serving lunch or asking complete strangers questions.
were finishing some of the projects after school. school. "it's so eye-opening and rewarding."a few weeks ago, 28 students, including maggie babcock, signed up for a crash course on
social justice, "they know the issues go on but a lot of people don't partake in the issues.but little did these classmates know the course would leave a huge impact on them. them. "it made me more aware of what's beyond mount vernon the crash course gave students the opportunity to learn how to build relationships and listen to those who are trying to make a difference in our community. we wanted students to....experience what they have never had before and things that will make them uncomfortable."students served a meal at mission of hope, collected donations, and made lending libraries to place around the community. community. "we really tried to make it interactive so that makes it unique."and open up conversations about how these students could create change. change. " as young people we need to open the conversation and talk
issues." "relationship is key to social justice. because once you know a person, than whatever stereotype you applied to the word "homelessness" or the word "poverty" or a partial race goes away and its a face of a person and thats what starts to change your mind."at of the 12 weeks, it gave these students a whole "you understand how grateful people are when you feed them a meal." meal." we may be serving a meal , but what the people we are serving gives us is so incredible." there were other groups who took part in different activities like filmmaking or working on cars. everything they learn will be compiled into a book called "humans of cedar rapids."marissa scott, fox 28 news. the cedar rapids salvation army is all about serving the community. but in order to reach its full potential this year, the non-profit needs to raise 790-thousand dollars.there are now just four days left to reach that red kettle goal,
thousand dollars short. that 16-thousand dollars could be used to serve nearly six-thousand-500 community meals. the annual red kettle campaign covers about 47-percent of the organization's annual operating budget.all donations made through january 31st will go towards the army's fundraising goal. eastern iowa finally got a chance to melt a good chunk of the snow that fell earlier this week. week.but can we get rid of all of it before the next round? round?chief meteorologist
for months now, democrat hillary clinton has faced scrutiny over her handling of emails while she served as secretary of state. state.critics say her use of a private server exposed classified, even top secret material.tonight, fox 28 news national correspondent jeff barnd examines the issue with those who know government communication best. best.
this executive order signed more than 5 years ago by president obama lays out guidelines of how all federal employees decide what documents get classified."the original classification authority determines that the unauthorized disclosure of information reasonably could be expected to result in damage to the national security." "any information that's in those documents is by definition "classified".. so, you're not supposed to convey that information through a non-classified source or medium."and according to dr. holmesa& former assistant secretary of
unless a federal agency pursues a complex *declassification* processa& the data remain markeda& and classified. but mrs clinton maintains the emails in question on her personal server were *not* marked classified."it doesn't change the fact that i never sent or received any material *marked* classified"dr holmes says an unclassified email can *later* be classified after being sent-but its *rare* when the information threatens national security --- he says if the documents *were* marked classified and those *markings* disappeared during secretary clinton's tenurea& they were *likely* deleted "that does not mean that the original information was
not classified."the intelligence community has many levels of highly classified e-mail systems.. including a pentagon-run network of secret and "top secret" communication s..all systems are *air-gapped *a& meaning you *can't* e-mail from one level to the othera& yet more than 1300 emails on secretary clinton's home server reportedly contain classified and even *top-
information between the 2 systems, you have to physically take documents, stick 'em into
a computer and transfer them or scan them in." mrs. clinton is forging ahead just days from the iowa caucus. she says she's answered every question and will continue to do so.in washingtona& im jeff barnd for fox 28 news. u-n-i needs a "w"... coming up in sports... the panthers try to get back to .500... highlights of u-n-i and bradley are next... and for the hawkeyes to stay unbeaten in the big ten... they have to shut down one of the best players in the
george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. 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.
january in 20-15... u-n-i was basketball was 20 and 2... fast forward to this january... and it's a much different story... the panthers are 10-11 and they've dropped four straight games entering tonight's contest against bradley... luckily... the braves are just 3 and 18... so this is the night for u-n-i to get a win... early on... their shooting woes... went right out the window... matt bohannon comes off a screen and knocks down a three... then a couple minutes later... lines up a three... bottom... the first four panther field goals... were all three pointers... how 'bout some defense... jeremy morgan in the passing lanes... layup at the other end... the lead is eleven... but bradley would come back to tie it... but jesperson... just shoots jumpers... the three is money... u-n-i led by three at half... right now... midway through the second half... the panthers lead, 53-41... to ames for the iowa state
half... iowa state up one... not for long... jadda buckley cans the triple to add to the clones the lead... but t-c-u ended any chance of hilton magic on this night... second half... veja hamilton bangs home the long two... iowa state loses their fourth straight game... despite another big game fro bridget carleton... they play oklahoma on saturday... in men's hoops... iowa and maryland met once last season... and it was an upset by the hawkeyes... a 16-point win at carver... in this season's matchup... the teams are better... and the stakes are higher... both programs are ranked in the top-ten... both have conference and national championship aspirations... and both have the offensive firepower to get there... the hawkeyes have superstar jarrod uthoff leading the charge... and maryland... has star guard melo trimble... who went off in last year's game... and containing him on thursday night will be a challenge.... "they have a lot of weapons. and there's a lot of guys that you have to key in on -- melo
but... the thing is when you're just keying in on him, he can find others and keep them involved and make them great players." players."last year he was just a freshman and i thought he was one of the best players i played against all last year. he's a much better player this year so it'll be sweet to match up against him life is good again if you're a cyclone fan... suddenly... steve prohm's squad has won four games in a row... and if they win on saturday against texas a&m... they'll have beaten four of the nation's top five teams... oddly enough... this is iowa state's third trip to texas this season... but this time it's not a conference game... it's a big-12/s-e-c challenge game... and having it in late january... is a bit unusual... : it is what it is... we'll go play... it's a great opportunity for us to showcase our team against a top five team on the road... and so it's a win-win for us... gotta great chance for rpi, non- conference wins, we look at seeding, ncaa tournament... just gotta keep building... we've got a great out of conference opportunity on saturday....
stretch of good teams down the line... and it doesn't get any easier for this s-e-c challenge so we're gonna have to prep for that... to juco hoops... kirkwood coach bryan peterson leading his eagles up against ellsworth... and they got off to a quick start -- da'rion king pounds his way in for the first two points of the game ...and eagles got it done from long distance as well -- hunter rhoades from n-b- range -- no problem - back to back three's from the sophomore pushed the lead to ten --and then on the break-- rhoads distrubuting - and cristen wilson benefitting... kirkwood gets a win, 82-61.... to the women's side... the eagles led by 21 points at the half...and continued to pour it on in the second....casey miles shakes free from a defender... and we know what's next... a three ball... kirkwood cruising along... then in the fourth, up 56- 30... caitlin sudduth lets it go ... pretty like a rain drop... the three is good... eagles fly to victory 61-34... next in sports... sports...iowa wrestling keeps their eyes on the prize as they get ready for the golden
brands in just a minute... do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
is sky high for iowa wrestling... and if you're a hawkeye... you make history in march... not in january... but tom brands knows... you can't skip steps... the nation's second-ranked team was challenged in their ten-point dual win on sunday over nebraska... it was their closest margin of victory since the grapple on the gridiron back in november... with a dual against minnesota set for this friday... the hawks insist they're not overlooking anyone... and they're *definitely* not fatigued...
everyone knows it's a grind... whether you're from iowa... or you're not from iowa... so this time of year you just need to keep plugging along and worry about things you need to worry about like getting better... i believe that peaking is a mindset... i believe that seasons are short... and i believe that that's a frame of mind... and when you've got guys like gilman and sorensen and burak... they can't get enough... so when you have that in your room... that seems to take over... the energy that prevails in the room is... that it's fresh every day.... it's still a few months away... but soon... the sun will be out... the grass will be green... and midwest league baseball will return to cedar rapids... the kernels kicked off 20-16 tonight... with their 20th annual hot stove banquet tonight ... dinner, speeches, and plenty of memorabilla up for auction at the cell center .. coach jake mauer is back in the dugout for his fourth season in c-r -- and he's excited for the boys of summer to return to the vet in april... this will be my sixteenth year in pro ball all together. so
kinda the routine, but it's also every year is a new year, new excitement -- winter gets old, the snow and cold gets boring. so it's fun to go down, see some green grass, get outside and get back to work." in a week... high school seniors will sign off on their college destinations... but cedar rapids kennedy *junior* ashley hamilton made her decision a year early... today... she verbally committed to play softball for the iowa hawkeyes... last year... as a sophomore... hamilton swung a big stick... she hit .434 with 14 doubles and two home runs... that's a checkof sports --
watching your fox 28 news at nine.have a great (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
i'm thinking we serve the good wine before the ceremony, and then at the reception, after everybody's got a little buzz on, we uncork the crap. alan, i do not want to cheap out on what is very possibly my last wedding. he's always been stingy. i remember once when he was a little boy, he accidentally swallowed a quarter. refused to poop for a week. mom, for god's sakes. this is my future stepsister. oh, relax, alan. i think it's cute. cute? he's so tight, i wouldn't have been surprised if only two dimes came out. mom, i'm begging you. would you feel any better