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nine. right now on fox 28 news at 9. >> with lawmakers unable to act local leaders step in on the issue of pay. >> really we are in this position because the state has not done anything in almost 10 years. >> why supervisors backing a minimum wage increase have not convinced everyone it's the right thing to do. >> only on fox 28 digging into the root cause of pharmaceutical price hikes. >> the simple answer is greed. >> why controversy over the epipen is unlikely to reverse the trend. and takes with him a different tone. >> i have such great respect for them and their strong stance on immigration and controlling the border. border."picture perfect weather heading into the holiday weekend, i'll tell you what to plan for in your weatherfirst forecast." forecast."and the plans boaters should make to make the last big weekend of summer a safe one. one.if you're not wearing it, you're not going to survive." survive."this is fox 28 news
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right now, low-paid workers in linn county are one significant step closer to a ra. raise.on a four to one vote closer to a raise. >> on a 4-1 vote linn county supervisors passed the first wading are -- reading a minimum wage increasing if passed it would increase 7.25 rate to $10in to 25 an hour by 2019. fox 28 news reporter joe huis favor of the raise. >> reporter: they want to raise it to give workers a liveable pay. >> we are in the position because state has to the done anything in almost 10 years. >> reporter: the supervisors generally agree on the 3 dollar increase over 3 years but today they removed an automatic raise based on the consumer price index every year after 2019. >> i just don't believe in tying the hands of future policy makers to a formula. that are at that particular
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minimum wagewhile the county is sold on a wage increase some members of the public are not.richard bice is a retired business owner who continues richard bice is a retired business own here mentors young companies. >> the only place a small business has that he can control things is in the salary range. how many people i hire what's when people are in financial trouble. 14but supervisor ben rodgers disagrees disagrees businesses do have the they do have the ability to change their business plan., minimum wage earners don't so their are people on the low end of low wages that are barely surviving and this is trying to address some of those issues. another issue is how the county would enforce it. it. it. >> the there is not a clear answer on enforcement other counties are look on how tone force a business to pay. >> reporter: covering the corridor in cedar rapids joe huisinga. >> there are state agencies that could help address wage enforcement issues but believes
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the proposed increase has two more votes to pass. all of eastern iowa enjoyed a dry day today. >> and there are plenty more where that came from. chief meteorologist terry swails joins us with the weather first forecast. >> mother nature is on cruise control. northerly winds are blowing in and that's bringing comfortable weather to the upper midwest around for several days to come. our current temperature is at 67 degrees. wind are out of the north northeast now and you can see the dew point back in the 50s. that's a good place for for several more days. wind again throughout the upper midwest have turned out to the north. and that's very important because it shuts down all the moisture that comes up from the the gulf of mexico and leads tohumidity and with temperatures tonight getting back down into the 50s in many locations, it will be a little cooler around the edges come tomorrow morning. you can see skies are fair out there tonight and thanks to the high pressure and that will lead to more sunshine tomorrow and with dry air and light winds it is going to be
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in the middle 70s in many spots. labor day weekend is the last long weekend for boating season and many iowaans will seize the opportunity to get on the water. >> steffi lee has top safety tips for the heavy traffic that is expected. >> reporter: iowa dnr has tips to make sure you're safe on waters this weekend. and one of them starts with always making sure you have a life jacket with you. if you are going to enjoyy skies, and watt -- skies and water this labor day weekend. >> be patience and considerate of other people trying to get on and off the water. >> reporter: courtesy is not the only reminder for safe boating adventure. boating law administrator says the law requires anyone 12 years old and younger to wear a life jacket. >> if you are not wearing it, you are not going to sur rieive. >> reporter: but stocker says everyone on board should have one in case of an emergency. >> it doesn't really matter how
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okay. the current is going to take you away you are exhausted and panicking so life jackets are the only thing that keeps youafloat. >> reporter: sailorville lake marine general managers say pay attention. >> don't assume they are watching for you. always keep make sure you know where everybody is. >> reporter: and if you are driving the boat ditch the booze or find a designated driver in in iowa over 50% of our fatalities involve and on a national level that's only 34%. >> reporter: in des moines steffi lee fox 28 news. >> stock are says so far this year 6 people -- stocker says so far this year 6 people died in boating accidents twice as many as last year. a robins man is homeless after an early morning fire. crews were called to 2762 north center point road just after 7 this morning. firefighters tell fox 28 news the homeowner managed to escape unhurt. but the home is a total loss.
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city are hoping a large piece of land on the south east side of town will be transformative. e.fox 28 news reporter mellaney moore -- --found out what the city has p. planned. iowa city leaders hope that sooner rather than later, businesses will plant themselves in this industrial park.the industrial park is about 173 acres purchased in 2008 or so in order for us to be ready for the next time an and needs a significant amount of space.ford says companies can be on tight time tables. it's very wise for cities to be ready ahead of time, so they can timely respond to the requests for information about land opportunities in the area. the city has had some interest each month in the land that costs 2.4 million.we respond to those in hopes of being able to attract one of those
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a new school and subsequent neighborhood development nearby will take advantage of a new park.about 70 acres is designated right now for a sports park.the plan includes baseball and soccer fields and open area to meet future needs. we look at it not only being a needs. >> we look at it not only being a community amenity butpossibilities for hosting larger regional events records in iowa -- >> reporter: in iowa set they mellaney moore. >> p before the city council next week. one of the key issues supporters of republican nominee donald trump latch onto his call to make mexico pay for a border wall. >> today, trump met with mexico's president in a surprise visit. trump says the issue over who would pay for his proposed wall never came up during the talks. but mexican president enrique perez-nieto said otherwise saying later he made it clear
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wall that. joint news coverage he said it was important for both countries to share a mutual respect. trump called the hour long meeting substive direct and constructive. trip was preview of a major speech on immigration he delivered moments ago. >> fox 28 news political reporter and host of iowa in immigration reform has been a hot topic in the since the 2012 election -- when mitt romney's comments about "self-deportation" for illegal immigrants was cited as a big reason republicans lost hispanic voters.in 2016 -- donald trump has staked out a few positions as his policy morphed into what we heard earlier tonight. tonight.
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trump gave as an official presidential candidate -- in june last year... year...now think of it. if you're mexico, you're not sending your best people over in mexico you are not sending the best people over here we get killers and drug dealers and we are getting rapists. >> reporter: at first he suggested building a wall along the mexican border and forcing mexico to pay for it after the attacks in san bernardino. >> donald j trump is calling for a total and complete down of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> reporter: that ban was eventually refined to regions of the world over run by terrorism. >> i am looking at terrorists people so upset when i used the word muslim remember this, and i am okay with that because i am talking territory not muslim. >> reporter: as recently as iowa he said he was talking
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immigrants out. we were expecting him to take a pivot the campaign hinted at it and he he hinted on the campaign trail -- hinted on the campaign trail he may have been softening his approach or focusing on the securing and then focusing on deportation, but a cbs report here travels with donald trump on the campaign trail just tweeted out that he says there will be priorities but that everyone will be subject to deportation that is what it means to have laws. so while we thought this was going to be a l different feel, it seems to just be kind of trumpp 2.0 doubling down on some of the earlier immigration ideas. in the newsroom kevin barry fox 28 news. >> during the speech democratic nominee hillary clinton responded on twitter the former secretary of state said "trump just failed his first foreign test" diplomacy is not as easy as it looks. our mission at fox 28 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to
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candidates to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but with oursister station across the country we want to hear from you tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant to you what would you ask donald trumpand hillary clinton. please share your thoughts with us. the family of a former president came to iowa today in support of the democratic nominee hillary clinton. kathleen kennedy townsend is the niece of president john f. kennedy. she told supporters today tha will shatter more social barriers. >> in doing so i think it opens the door for men because it says that everybody has a place everybody can dream big, everybody can say that the barriers that they thought might apply to them doesn't apply. >> also on the campaign trail for clinton today, republican meg whitman who spoke to
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formed a political group taking in donations from republicans who refuse to support donald trump. questions surrounding hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state are not going away. >> the fox 28 news national correspondent jeff barn reports new developments raised more questions. >> reporter: at least 30 e-mail reportedly related to the benghazi attack four years ago that killed 4 americans were not included in 60,000 pages turned in by mrs. clinton from her private server while she was secretary of state. >> it's frustrating because you see government corruption and it's in your face government corruption and we are seeing it in realtime. >> reporter: attorneys for the state department are asking until the end of september to redact any classified e-mails. but the judge in the case has asked the attorneys to submit a report within the week explaining why the retax process would take that long. hillary clinton said repeatedly
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personal e-mails not related to her duties as u.s. secretary of state. but since that has been debunked by the fbi tom tells meet scandal is much larger than a political campaign. >> it's pretty clear the clinton e-mail scandal is an obama scandal because of the complicity or coconspirator relationship in keeping the records away from the american people. >> reporter: this latest twist comes as a poll out today has hillary clinton's unfavorability rating reaching a new high. among potential voters 56% compared to-- 41% who have a favorable view. some pundits has the e-mail issues is take its toll. in washington it's never the crime butts cover up and this is yet another -- crime but the cover up and this is the example. >> reporter: it will last beyond november 8 into the it will continue no matter who the president is. >> reporter: in washington jeff
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>> fox 28 news reached out to the clinton campaign for comment. press secretary tweeted that the campaign believes some or possibly all of the 30e-mails about benghazi are duplicates of other e-mails that were originally turned over. protecting the saving theity of the person election next -- sanctity of the american election. why corridor leaders say when it comes to a secure vote they are ahead of the curve. >> and eastern iowa is about to enjoy some fall like weathe weather first chief meteorologist terry swails tells us how low the temps will
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vernon: a lot of childish bickering stopping you from getting things done. but it was my house as i raised three daughters while starting a small business. i'm monica vernon. we've got to help hardworking families with affordable childcare, expanded family sick leave, and equal pay for equal work. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message because it's time to get something done
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the cooler temperatures are
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for some fall treats. treats.how to make pecan pie cornbread tomorrow on fox28 morning live! recent accusations claim russian hacker recent being aation claim rashan hackers tried to-- recent accusation claim hackers from russia tried to break into political information. >> kevin barry will explain why corridor voters should feel more secure than the rest the nation.>> this is where each voter feeds the paper ballot. >> reporter: inionson -- counted... every square inch is covered by security camera so it would be impossible to steal a ballot from us. but a letter from the fbi is warning every state to be extra careful not only of hardware tampering - but of hackers tampering with an election digitally. linn county auditor joel miller
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iowa -- because the machines don't connect to the internet. in linn county - results are driven to the auditors office by people. people.we're pushing information out to the >> we are pushing information out to the internet not pulling or allowing information to come back in. and that's just after results have been talied. >> reporter: he says there's talk of one day linking the machines across county lines making it easier to catch voter fraud. pricey encryption software means it has not been implemented. elsewhere. >> i feel confident iowa has the best procedures and poles sis in place when it comes to security. >> reporter: for anyone skeptical iowa law man dates a paper ballot and therefore a paper trail for every vote. >> there's that plan b in place that we can asure the voters and the electorate of what the fox 28 news weipert says the biggest barry fox 28 news. >> he says the biggest problems they have come from felons who
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apply to have their voting rights restored and from people from other countries who don't realize they have to be an american citizen to vote. nor for med pli cal headlines join kevin barry for iowa in focus every sunday morning at 9:30 right here on fox 28. a local ad campaign is feeding off the high emotions of this election. a billboard on first avenue and 6th street in cedar rapids shows caricatures of donald trump and hillary clinton and says, moving to canada? i will skogman realtor wanted a oohed to make people -- wanted a ad to make people laugh. the easiest option is to apply and get a job in canada. >> if yew doctor, lawyers schoolteacher engineer computer systems analysts or whatever anything professions, you can
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acanadian employer who want to hire you and is prepared to write a letter basically supporting you to come to canada. >> and if you are still determined to join our neighbors to the north experts advice you to hire a lawyer to make sure the transition is done correctly. >> it seems like canada is sending us the nice cool crisp air. >> if we are going to get air from a canada, this is the time of year to get it because it's nice and comfortable as opposed to january when it's just the opposite. >> and and so now here we are in the last day of august. and boy the weather pattern looks really nice for us. starting to see signs of fall and that means comfortable temperatures. we will give outlow down on what to expect in weather first
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great again". but trump made his shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. and his suits in mexico. in fact, the real donald trump outsourced his products and
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you can't make america great again, if you don't make things
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meteorological summer is about to come to an end here in eastern iowa. we consider that june, july and august. it's a lot easier do keep statistics that way -- to keep statistics that way and the summer has been a wet one. we have talied up the numbers and almost 20 inches of rain has fallen in cedar rapids make in the 6th wettest on over 6 inches above what we typically see. as far as temperatures go, it's also been warm. apartment average reading 72.5 degrees that's about a degree a little above a degree above normal. and that's the 19th warmest on record. so, you put it together and you can see it's been wet and it's been warm since summer started on june 1st. and tonight, we are starting to see signs of fall moving into the upper midwest thanks to a big change in the overall weather pattern. now winds are coming from the
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all the gulf of mexico moisture and with the dry air over the top of us today it felt comfortable outside for a change. and the dew points sometime during the day were down to the low to mid-50s. that was generally in the mid afternoon hours. now, as we get towards sunset there's more moisture and dew points have gone up a bit and they are in the 50s within they will stay for the next couple days we expect to see nice comfortable conditions especially with temperatures back like this tomorrow most of us in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees. you can see covers a lot of real estate over the upper midwest. you can see that there's not much happening too. high pressure has pretty much gotten rid of the hours and thunderstorms those are going to be out of the forecast now for several days to come. tomorrow look at temperatures readings on this model exsptsed to stay around 73 degrees. i am -- expected to stay around 73 degrees i think that's few below but 75 and 76 is a pretty good bet and the dew points should be holding into the 50s.
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sunshine should make for a beautiful day here in eastern iowa. and as we go to the satellite tonight, here's the jet stream now rolling in from the northwest. when you get a pattern like this it's extremely good for us this time year because it brings in some refreshingly cool canadian air. it keeps that moisture and showers and storms well to the southeast of us. this will hold for 3 or 4 more days meaning more excellent weather for us going into the holiday weekend. and this is our rainfall forecast through sunday night. nothing showing up in eastern iowa through that period but eventually by labor day it looks like the temperatures will start to take off as southerly wind come in and there is a chance of a shower or storm around as we get towards the end of the holiday weekend. the next four days look nice here in eastern iowa. so tonight look at low temperatures they will be down in the low 50s up in the northwestern counties. mid-50s will be found in the south and we will continue on with clear skies and crisp conditions winds out of the
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then for tomorrow, after a nice cool start, temperatures in the afternoon will be very comfortable. no humidity and plenty of sunshine and northeast winds about 5 to 10 and here's extend forecast -- exended forecast -- extend forecast. 76 and 77 and sunday we see the southerly winds come back and that's going to get us up to 82 and another nice day and towards monday thunderstorms enter the forecast but you will notice temperatures are warmer and the humidity finally comes thunderstorms could be scattered around tuesday and wednesday as well. the next several days as good as you can ask for in the midwest so enjoy guys. >> thanks we will. >> thanks. next on fox 28 news at 9 experts say pharmaceutical pricing problems go far beyond the epipen what many want to see change to drive down costs when the fox 28 news at 9
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. two thousand and nine, the state budget was in shambles. spending was slashed ten percent. jobs eliminated. salary cuts. unpaid leave. the governor, auditor and secretary of agriculture but, lieutenant govenor patty judge refused to cut her hundred and three thousand dollar salary by even a penny. is that leadership? we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack
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the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm. welcome to delicious. congress returns to work next week after their summer vacatio. vacation.on congress returns to work after the summer vacation in one the top -- after >> one the top items the rise in the epipen the price sky rocketed forcing calls for an fox 28 news national correspondent kristine frazao discovered -- --many say the issue goes far beyond the price of one drug. drug. cat bessing says most people who use epipens keep more than one around.and realistically you need more than one set ..i have one in my purse , i have one on my bedside, i have one
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are now wondering how the company that make the epipen can get away with such a huge price increase.really the simple answer is just greed. companies charge what they can people make the money that they can 502 (butt) 1:20 people make money they can and they are going to charge as much as we will pay to care for people we love. and says the issue is systemic. we give pharmaceutical companies monopoly powers and we don't give ourselves the power to negotiate with them or control price ug pin the blame squarely on the government- both on lawmakers who they say should be doing more and on government agencies they say purposely stifle competition.basically the corner store down the street can't double its prices down the street can't double the prices because you will go somewhere else. the problem here is was -- there was no place else to go. >> reporter: the prime competition was recalled for improper doseage and last year
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750 dollars a pill - a five thousand percent increase. while congress has already said they'll be investigating the epipen, the cato will be investigating the epipen the institute mike tanner says he is not optimistic we will see changes they will -- nosh they will get change."for bessing, this tiny tube of medicine - but the difference between life and death.when i'm using this, i'm washington i'm kf reporting. next on the fox 28 news at nine -- direct talk on race relations. we'll take you live to iowa city where all sides come together in search of common gr. ground.and later, the voice of the hawkeyes joins us to share his thoughts on the new football campaign -- when the
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i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. . why are you leading all the obstruction? if you get your way and defund planned parenthood, where am i going to get my cancer screenings? if i'm paying more for medicine because your medicare plan passes, how do i afford that? are you even listening? i approved this message because, chuck,
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shedding light on race relation on campus, with shut-- shedding light on race relation on campus with frank and open discussions that was the intention of the meeting at the university of iowa. >> dora miller was at the meeting and joins us live from iowa city with what both sides had to say about the work that lease ahead. dora. >> reporter: that's right karen the name of the disc and blue was designed to lay out the struggle that each side faces to try to get to know the other. and in an effort to keep the conversation sincere they asked we don't record and we didn't record but we got an idea of what the conversation was and why it was so important. on the university of iowa campus students says it takes two to make the relationship between police and the community work. >> we can't act as if
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liberal city right because that's not the reality we live in. >> reporter: nationally the relationship between police and african americans is tense with incidents in dallas and florida. >> if we want to avoid getting even close or near to what they are experiencing we need to start the conversations so we need to be proactive. >> reporter: so students approached law enforcement in the area to dissolve the thin line between black americans and police. >> without us understanding the logistics of what they get rid of the gap. >> reporter: police say they've job to protect and serve and be open. >> transparency is important because it lends towards building credibility. you can't build credibility without transparency. i hope that not just here in iowa city i hope that the dialogue continues throughout the united states and there's
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so, we want to be part of that progress. >> reporter: both side it's not just about talking but there has to be a true change of heart and action has to be taken. dora miller, fox 28 news. san francisco 49ers quarterback colin caper nabbing got reporter elizabeth hagedorn from our national news partner circa tells us how this protest -- --brought new attention to a song with a long and kaepernick took a stand by not standing during the national anthem. "this country stands for freedom, liberty and justice for all - it's not happening for all right now." but national anthem itself is controversial - with some claiming it celebrates slavery. "i think that those who feel that this is a negative song, i think they're
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that's dr. david hildebrand - a historian who specializes in early american music. francis scott key, penned the 'star spangled banner' after a british attack during the war of 1812. key, like many of his contemporaries, was a slaveholder. that's important to understanding this original, lesser-known verse he wrote. it reads in part, "no refuge could save the hireling and slave from the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,"many interpret that celebrating the death of slaves. others say key meant something different. "you might consider that he's not talking about africans, or african americans or afro- caribbeans. nor is he talking about slavery as an institution.""i believe he is referring the slaves who accepted the british offer for freedom, by running away from the plantations and fought side by side with the british."
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side by side with the british. >> reporter: no matter your interpretation the song is reminder the land of the free is always been hard fought. for circumstanca i am elizabeth. >> whoa apologize if the music was too loud as for kaepernick he says he will continue theboycott until he sees significant change in race relations head to fox behind us and cool air is coming in. >> yeah i am going doctor ssh -- looks like the storms are behind us and cool air is coming in. >> yeah i will have to coach on my lantry and you couldn't ask for a bet are time to have the weather pattern look at temperatures readings friday and saturday in the 70s. sunday, only 82. and things get warmer with changes in the forecast for labor day itself.
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earleywine: when legislators fail to invest in education here, it affects all of us in here. without adequate funding, districts are forced to make cuts that could leave our students with obsolete technology, eliminate advanced science classes, or cut funding for the fundamentals, like microscopes and lab equipment, leading to overcrowded classrooms, making it harder to learn. our students deserve better. invest in iowa schools. i had that dream again -- that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better.
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after an excellent day a very quiet and pleasant evening in eastern iowa. temperatures in cedar rapids is 67 and a northeast wind at 6 miles an hour nd tonight is down in the 50s where we like to see it. and our winds tonight are out of the north now. and looks like they will stay that way for several days to come. and that's why the humidity levels will be low and also why we won't see showers or thunderstorms and why we will continue on with this beautiful weather that we got established around here this afternoon. here's dew points tonight. and they have come up a little bit. that's typical during the nighttime hours but they are down in the 50s and that's about where they should hold going through the next 24
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temperatures, and you will notice a lot of places we are in the upper 70s to around 80. and really today the cool air was not fully sustained around here. so tomorrow, i am expecting temperatures to actually be a few degrees cooler than what we experienced out there this afternoon. so on the satellite tonight notice the dry air that doesn't yield much in the way of cloud cover pretty quiet conditions around the upper midwest and another nice sunny day tomorrow. as far as temperatures go, our model to model actually only indicates 73 in cedar rapids three degrees and should be very comfortable and with the dew points holding in the 50s most of tomorrow afternoon, that is a very fine day to say the least. i wanted to show you something. we have a tropical storm down in the gulf of mexico and our models indicate various tracks but they are closely clustered together so i don't think there's much doubt it will go through the florida panhandle and move slowly up through the east coast of the united states and that's what the hurricane center is forecasting. a track very similar to that. and it does have the storm
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minimal hurricane but the process is going to take several days to undergo and that means what you see is what you will get weather wise. it will block off the weather pattern and the dry sunny weather we expect should last into most of the holiday weekend around here. and the temperatures will be very comfortable. and here's rainfall forecast. this goes into sunday night. and you can see all the rains are off to the west because the weather systems will be blocked by the system on the east coast. thing for us not so nice on the east where it's going to be a very wet weekend. and the forecast for tonight has low temperatures that will be down around 51 degrees up in the northern and western counties and otherwise mid-50s over the southeast and skies are going to remain clear out there and winds will be out of the north at around 5 to 10 miles per hour. for tomorrow then, another sunny day. picture perfect conditions during the afternoon. no complaints with the temperatures for sure. readings across the region
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afternoon. and normal highs are still around 79 to 80 degrees. and your exten heed forecast -- extended forecast as the fine weather last on friday saturday and into sunday although it will torn little warmer sunday after -- turn a little warmer sunday afternoon monday tuesday and wednesday of next week the trop cay system gets out of the way and we will -- tropical system gets out of the wait and we will have -- gets out of the way and we will have humidity with a chaps of scattered storms getting into next week. but overall, the next three, four days, going to be really nice around here as all the weather action hds southeastern and eastern united states. >> yeah. >> gorgeous time of year. >> yeah. likeing that. >> cooler weather will search football fans well. >> i was going to say it arrived in time thanks terry we appreciate it. speaking of coming up in sports, a further look at iowa's week one opponent we breakdown miami of ohio with the voice of the hawk ice and on the court -- hawk eyes and on the court.
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. two thousand and nine, the state budget was in shambles. spending was slashed ten percent. jobs eliminated. salary cuts. unpaid leave.
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but, lieutenant govenor patty judge refused to cut her hundred and three thousand dollar salary by even a penny. is that leadership? and now fox 28 sports. >> week one ohio is best known for ben roethlisberger. and its current qb has the skills and name to one day stand as hall as big ben. like ben billy not much of a runner. and this week the red hawks face defense that did a fine job against the run last year. and even if iowa has question marks themselves, the red hawks hold the hawks in highest steam. >> first words out of coach
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him earlier was i am hoping that the nfl will have another draft saturday morning and desmond king will be the first pick. so the secondary i think is the strength of the defense. the run stoppers, johnson are solid. what happens on the you side who provide the pressure. they are all capable but need more game experience. >> a little more on mr. billy ball he is one of 17 returning starters for a young team. and he is only a sophomore. thrust into duty as miami saw the 2015 season spiraling he threw for over 1400 yards in 11 games but the coach says the ceiling has yet to be reached. >> he made better strides and he understands the offense that's more of a pro style offense where quarterbacks has to makes decisions which is the starting point a year ago we couldn't manage the game very
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whether it was 3 and out and turnovers we are looking for the offense to make a major step forward. >> catch eye on the hawks a full breakdown on of hawk eyefootball every week thursday nights at 6 k34r07b.it's a -- 6:30. it's tale it would have programs one that self- proclaimed rebuilding and the other that is simply reloaded. and that contrast will show nowhere more than when a young panthers defense squares off with a offense saturday night. isu took last year's contest handly but with a new cyclone coaching staff, both sides are not sure what's about to go down at jack trice. >>i don't know there will be anything similar to what we played last year because of the new coaching staff. now where they put people and how they use the personnel is what to be seen. they have got a candidate that's up for the heisman for crying out loud. >> the reality is they have goodplayers and they know the scheme and who they are and
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built and again they have almost reloadedinstead of rebuilt the defense. >> other news former panther and cedar rapids wash grad kk armstrong will tanya war n's assistant leading uni to the nc a a appearance. they're still ranked but after a tough opening tournament up in wisconsin, the eagles looking to soar back into column...it all starts tonight - conference opener with iowa lakes....up by eight second set, caiti peterson kisses the net -- too much to handle -- eagles up seventeen - eight....set point -- brittany larsen lays down the law -- yeah.... its casual.... eagles go up 2-nil...more of the same in the third -- alex miner getting... defensive!!! points on the board for kirkwood -- they sweep three-zip..... the kernels already clinched a spot in the midwest league playoffs but still with six
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regular season.... score 3to 2 wisconsin in the ninth..... wednesday matinee in detroit....the sox getting things cookin' early -- jose abreu with the shot to left off justin verlander -- first score you can put on the board -- one-oh sox....still in the fourth -- alex avila -- also goes long -- two-nothing chicago - verlander not a happy camper... but he soon would to tie it and in the ninth -- tyler collins flies out -- and jacoby jones is off to the races -- the throw no where near close -- as the tigers walk it off 3-2.... cubs and pirates in primetime at wrigley.... and putting on a show early -- first inning kris bryant -- there's a reason he's third in the majors int hat category-- his thirty-sixth bomb on the
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board... bottom four -- teammate addison russell doesn't flash the power this time -- but gets the job done the power this time but gets the job done. bryant scores 2-0 cubs and they are in the 7th. holding onto a 5-2 lead. that's a check with sports
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finally we have a pair of heart warming sports story stories to share a florida state football player individual it a middle school and saw a child eating a loan aasked to join him. the student is is a middle schooler with autism. his mom says he usually eats by himself. rue dueful says beau is a cool -- rudolph says beau is a cool person and would hang out with hmm any day and another that hits close to home more than image of famous players and coaches. the stadium this season will also highlight long time radio legends both jim and bob brooks covered the hack eyes for more
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