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nine.putting students in right now on fox 28 news at 9. >> putting students in charge of their own security. >> is a chance for them to express a real job. >> how campus police are utilizing the student body to ease the burden on officers. >> sharing a life sharing message. >>.suffer alone. >> the effort to make sure the struggling know about the help in their area. >> fox28 news the deaf community response to a controversy. >> we think it comes from a lack of awareness. >> toy miscommunication turned into a bigger issue. >> it has been said that this is where elections are won or lost. something could be different in ohio this time around. i'm scott thuman that story coming up. >> rain clouds are moving back into the weather picture. will tell you what it means for the weekend.
>> university of iowa students have the option to step up to the challenge of being a police officer. >> every year the university of iowa hire students to work along dora miller joins us with their plan for this school year. it's a part time gig with full time responsibilities...so it could mean more for those who are interested in exploring a future in law enforcement. enforcement. a police officer's job is rarely ever finished...so - at the university of iowa -- officers have started recruiting a helping hand is a chance for them to experience a real job, add to their resume."for years, the on campus police department has hired students to work part time. time. "those who are interested in law enforcement and criminology and anything of that sort will have the opportunity to see what we're doing here and why."but this year -- they're tacking on more responsibility... students who are hired will be asked to perform more security s duties "we have students that will be working at night at the dorms helping us walk
the safety and security of our students, help us unlock the buildings and get our day ready" ready." "in addition, we're going to be having students at our special events, football, b" basketball.""i think it's good for them to give people that want that experience."though the students ?will be in uniform, they ?won't be walking around with guns and ha. handcuffs... "i feel like it's good as long as students that are hired don't have weapons or anything, i think that'll be fine. a little walkie talkie and a baton that they're not going to use or something, i think that's the university of iowa police department says anyone with any major can apply...they're anyone with any major can the program so students have in the future they want to expand the program so students have more of a supervisory role. >> we managed the weather last night. >> we are going to get a chance of more rain. meteorologist terry swails is here now.
dry weather back with us tonight and into tomorrow but later tomorrow and tomorrow night another disturbance brings rain back to eastern iowa. we are at 69 degrees in skies are mostly clear. it is a good evening in progress. the clouds are starting to gather to the southwest of us. that the service will move northeast. eventually reciprocation tomorrow and you can see in our predictor by five or 6:00 in th scattered showers especially in the northern counties. at noon tomorrow still a few showers in the area and later in the afternoon here comes the front. that's when the rain will pick up and move across the area. that could have implications on high school football games around the area tomorrow night. we will have to call for scattered showers and storms but the temperatures will be around 73. the system should move out of the area tomorrow night and the
we will have details coming up. >> an expert in the field of suicide prevention came to the university of iowa tonight. >> he's credited for stopping hundreds of suicidal people. fox28 news reporter melanie moore caught up with him to hear his message to those in need. >> kevin briggs is speaking during national suicide prevention awareness month. there are people that do this life-saving work e at the crisis center of johnson crisis center of johnson county to be on the other end of the crisis line.sometimes the calls are about food or financial needs.other times, it's people who need help regaining hope.18:33:35 that's kind of the first step, is just sort of making sure they know that they're heard and making sure that they know their situation matters and then beyond that it's a matter of connecting them to people in their life who they still have a connection with.he says
wanted to help the community and learn to become a better listener18:46:34 that;s what i teach to folks, is, if we're >> three years ago she decided he wanted to help the community and become a better listener. >> that's what i teach to folks. if we are going to listen we need to listen. i may take everything i can and repeated back to you so you know that i understand it and i'm paying attention. >> he worked near the golden gate bridge near 17 years. he says it's the number one site in america for suicide. >> do not suffer alone. tell someone. tell a friend. get some help. there is a lot of help out there. >> he says he would encourage others to become volunteers. it takes 60 hours of training and help people know there is hope in tomorrow. >> it's possible for anyone to be unlucky in be in a bad spot and then once you're there how'd you get out.
melanie moore. >> brick says if you are concerned about someone you know, talk to them. if you need help head to fox28iowa.com for more information about the resources available here in eastern iowa. >> another new grocery stores coming to the the corridor. natural grocers are here. they're opening in new cedar rapids in november. next year they plan to open additional stores in iowa city in cedar falls. the chain specializes in organic groceries. >> the deaf community is communicating their feelings night about a cedar rapids theater reduction featuring a death perception -- character pertained by someone who can hear. >> today ryan spoke to the theater about the controversy. now we see the perspective about a woman who is deaf. the controversy can become an
according to members of the deaf community that i spoke today isn't that a deaf person wasn't cast to play the deaf character it's that no deaf actors walked through these doors at tcr two edition. >> practice can only addition about parts a note about. leslie carper said the advertise the casting calls for tribes as they would with other plays. >> i think the issue is did addition. >> percent interpreter says no. >> the casting call was made in written in english. that's their devotion -- she says the theater did not take advantage of the local resources. >> we believe any injustices that tcr may have committed
of our awareness. >> going forward the deaf immunity wants to build a relationship with tcr. to start they want a deaf mentor to help with the production. >> the best person can provide illustration and real world experience to the actors to give an insight into what the life of a deaf person is like. >> this could exposure to the actor who is playing the deaf part. >> she hopes that everything turns into a positive experience for a better future. >> there are opportunities for the deaf community and mrs. an opportunity for cedar rapids to understand accessibility and
controversy in that we can grow from this. >> i do have an update. keaton tells that chopper did contactor and to see how they can all work together. the doors open for tribes on october 21 and after the sunday matinees there will be post- show discussion about all this controversy and working through it. covering the corridor desisted nate ryan. about. right now intelligent officials are gathering data to determine if this was another nuclear weapons test and if so it would be the fifth test conducted by north korea in the past 10 years. >> donald trump will return to
he will hold a rally at the seventh like civic center on tuesday. that event gets underway on noon with doors opening at 9 am. this is trump's third trip to iowa since becoming his party's nominee. for ticket information go to fox28 i want.com. >> the race is so tight and every vote counts. right now donald trump ho a one-point lead over hillary clinton. it is the closest contests between the two and in the entire county -- country. fox28 chief political correspondent scott thuman spoke to voters there and be on the podium. >> reporter: if you are wondering where elections are
looking at it. ohio. the state with nailbiter's like clark county outside columbus where only 354 votes of 61,000 separated mitt romney and president obama. candidates are competing for every one of them. >> we get 17 phone calls every day. >> my phone has been unplugged for two and half months. >> ohio always a part of a winning strategy and maybe sit more so colorado may be less in play meaning candidates are all in here. >> we are going to bring jobs back to ohio. >> also spending millions on ed second to florida. >> if clark county is any indication on how the rest of ohio feels, that both candidates have their workout -- work cut out for them.
candidate provides a reason to rally. >> are you considering staying home? >> yes. >> i may vote but it depends. >> how much to worry about that disassociation from people that they are that fed up. >> i don't think people are fed up. i think people are excited about us. we are leading ohio in the ocean by four points. we're going to bring jobs back and take care of education. we want to rebuild our military. >> in cleveland ohio cost scott thuman. >> our mission is to connect the presidential candidates to inform and empower you. we've reached out to both candidates. we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant to you
nominee after comments made at last night's presidential forum. forum.donald trump praised russian president vladimir putin as a strong leader. critics called trump's comments insensitive, since putin's government jails dissidents and censors the media.fox 28 news spoke with iowa g-o-p chair jeff kaufmann today who tried to separate the policies from the qualities. "i think leadership and who is a leader and who isn't a leader, i don't think that isa value judgement on that particular person. for more reaction to last night's forum and a look at the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, join host kevin barry for iowa in focus, this sunday morning at 9:30, right here on fox 28. also at last night's forum, hillary clinton took several questions about her use of a private email server while secretary of state. state.fox 28 news national correspondent kristine frazao
--with new developments in an issue that plagues the clinton . camp. hillary - it was a mistake to have a personal accountbut nearly a year and a half after announcing her candidacy for president, hillary clinton still can't escape the topic of her emails. from the media: matt lauer you were communicating on highly sensitive topics. why wasn't it more than a mistake? why wasn't it disqualifying?and in wednesday night's commander in chief forum
on n-b-c, from this navy veteran: clinton how can you expect veteran -- >> how can you expect those such as myself to entrust you with most americans sensitive information. >> hillary clinton has tried to explain her position. >> classified material is designated and it is mark. >> some say there are still more questions to be asked. >> why she destroyed these
hammered? why was she not asked those questions? >> elijah cummings released an email exchange between former secretary colin
powell and hillary clinton. clinton's supporters say how clinton was told or devised by computer was hooked up t a private phone line so should he could communicate with friends directly without going thru state dept servers. he adds quote "i got around it all by not saying mu using systems that captured the data."back on the campaign trail hillary clinton is looking aheadas her supporters also say it's time to move on. "i know of what i speak regarding classification, and how careful we all are about not even acknowledging something that we may have learned in a classified setting. and i don't think that hillary clinton did that." in washington i'm kf reporting
and connect with voters. voters.the democratic nominee was featured on the popular facebook page humans of new york.in the post, clinton tells the story of being harassed by men before taking an entrance exam for law school. school.clinton said quote "i know that i can be perceived as aloof or cold or unemotional. but i had to learn as a young woman to control my emotions." emotions."she continued saying quote "if that sometimes is the perception i create, then i can't blame people for thinking next on the fox 28 news at nine -- --celebrating star trek.a look back at 50 years of groundbreaking entertainment, it's impact on iowa and where the franchise boldly goes next. next.back here on earth, chief meteorologist terry swails is tracking more chances of rain for eastern iowa.his weatherfirst forecast, when the fox 28 news at nine
five television shows and 13 movies have carried this iconic sears throughout the generations. >> part of that beloved history is found in eastern iowa. riverside in washington county is known as the future birth say it's about time the series gets this kind of honor. bin: wednesday name: star trek stamp timecode: 02;51;05 "it's just a wonderful thing for them to be able to come up with something like this to commerate this i think it's a great thing and i wish they'd done it a lot sooner. this gets underway at 9 saturday morning at the riverside post office.for more information, just head to our website, fox 28 iowa dot com. star trek's 50 year run continues ?now with a return its roots. roots.right now, work is underway to launch a new t-v series.it will be the first star trek show on the small screen in more than a decade. star trek discovery reportedly will feature a crew ten years before the events of the original series. series.you can watch the first
discovery" on cbs 2 this january.after that, new episodes will be avaiable on cbs all access, the network's new on demand service. access the new demand service. >> with all the technology today you -- can you imagine what it will look like now? >> can't imagine. >> we will have to wait and see. >> all those things you saw in the 60s we have things now. you can take your temperature by putting something on the side of your head. it's all science fact and based. >> what's happening here for us? >> the weather maps are showing me there will be rain in the area tomorrow and tomorrow night. i think it will be gone by the weekend. upon the forecast is looking
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nds soon, so call, click or visit >> last night at this hour thunderstorms were banging around eastern iowa. today the sun came had a beautiful afternoon. it 69 right now. skies are clear and the winds are calm. the dew point which yesterday was in the 70s and now it's down to 63 in cedar rapids. as we take a look of the rainfall totals you'll find the heavier rains were clustered around highway 30. in
3 inches. dubuque picked up over 2 inches of rain. there were good soakers last night. that front has now moved on to the south. the showers and storms have left us and for the moment skies are clear to partly cloudy. you can see disturbance down here that is heading northward and another coming in from the northwest and those will bring class to the area tomorrow maybe have showers tomorrow afternoon and into tomorrow night. here's today high temperatures. closer to the front it was warmer in the southern counties where it was 86 in iowa city. up to the north temperatures remained in the 70s around a wine and up towards the corridor. you can see it's back to the 60s in the northern counties.
dew points have gotten back to the low to midshipman 60s . to the south of us the dew points are close to 70. that moisture is lurking down there and eventually tomorrow it will go northward. in the satellite there are few things happening. we have tropical musher from noon here's another disturbance dropping in the north and jet stream in these two will cross the midwest. eventually they will phase and merge into one. that looks like that would happen after the system gets by eastern iowa. if that's the case the heavier rains should occur to the north and down to our south and relatively light amounts will
be higher tolls. will have a better handle on that situation tomorrow as the two systems come together. tomorrow temperatures will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s and the dew points which are now in the 60s will be up in the 70s. it will turn muggy but that will only last for one day then much cooler air comes into the midwest. tonight forecast has clouds building and just a small chance of rain in the far north. for tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies and muggy. some scattered showers and storms but it looks like those will hold off till late in the day or even the evening hours. temperatures midshipman 70 n. and lower 80s in the southern counties. we do have a high temperature on saturday of 71. that will be a breezy and cool day. send it looks very nice at 74.
on monday it will be 80. then we will be down to 69 degrees on wednesday. there starts to have some fault in the air starting next week. >> that will be great for the hawkeye game. >> absolutely. >> next up delaying the disease. the unique weight people are living with parkinson's are fighting off the crippling effects. that's when fox 28 news at 9
doesn't have to mean losing out on life. >> there's an exercise program to get you back to your daily routine. here's the family 411. >> we have six station set up. >> bob is set up to a new routine. he started after receiving the news about his health. bob has parkinson's disease. the people around him at this gym. >> nice push-up dorothy. >> michele is a certified delay the disease instructor. >> i know exercise seems to help everything. >> the class is more than
>> it also stimulates brain cells. my right hand is a fruit in my left hand is a vegetable. >> it can be intimidating to be in a big crowd if you lose your balance and you are talking quite and they can't hear you. it gives them confidence. >> patients find their voice. >> i want you to be as loud as you can. >> and also strength. >> we want strong legs because it gives a strong these. >> there are differt and i want to challenge each of them so they can all benefit. >> dump was diagnosed with parkinson's seven years ago. >> my doctor could not understand why i had not progressed as much as i had. i told her that i've been working out. >> the class is encouraged to link the training with habits at home. >> after we brush our teeth you
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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, you've stopped working for iowa. iowa leads the nation in pork production but the rise of large hog
hawk always has controversy. >> the operation will not grow. joe spoke with the farmer who says he's not worried. >> there have been pigs for a long time. >> there have been pigs raised on this farm for 50+ years. we are a family operation. >> that depends on your definition of >> we are at 1500 females. we're going to go to 3000. >> linn county supervisors voted under the expansion. >> this is 2 miles away from the city of auburn at.
concentration of mass animals it changes things. >> they do their best to reduce the impact on neighbors and he does not think this will be a change. >> we've been existing here for 10 years and we've had no issues. >> he does not meet county approval for that. >> is forwarded on to the iowa department of natura deciders on whether or not this family farm can't expand operation. >> covering the corridor fox28 news. >> today congressman said the iowa dot will get more than fill -- $4 million from the department of transportation. the money will be used to update
more rural areas and connect people to urban communities help for growth across the state . >> local leaders will join the family of sergeant first class carol tasker on the six avenue post office is rededicated in his name. they pushed for the name change which was passed by congress and signed by president obama he served several tours of duty before he was killed in july 2011. the rededication ceremony is scheduled for saturday, september 17. >> the count is complete as college students start the fall semester. i was they take the top spot with more than 36,000 students enrolled. the university of iowa reports more than 1000 students over last year and now more than 32,000.
slightly below 12,000 students. the cy-hawk rivalry will be on full display. today i hoxha cyclones came together. alumni from +2 teamed up to donate meals to the food bank of iowa. they held a pep rally in downtown des moines encouraging team spirit. so far they have raised 5000 meals. >> they call this wee all we have felt his love. we feel iowans come together for the love of their neighbors. they step up and make sure these people have enough. >> this is the first year for the event. the goal is to collect 10,000 meals. >> we are proud to have our hawkeye dibble alerting -- delivering our weather.
there were some big rains but those are now gone for tonight. there is a chance more storms could develop as we get to the evening hours. there are two systems that produce that threat. there is want to the south of us and the other one is to the north of us. they will eventually combine and that will bring us some rain . as a result of that school football tomorrow night. it should be mild with temperatures in the 70s. some of the games could be impacted either showers and potential thunderstorms. hopefully we can keep that storms away because they will not play football when it's lightning out. right now temperatures looking more for a southern counties.
drier and the temperatures are falling into the 60s. as cool as 63 in charles city. the dew points not too bad. the deep moisture is not too far away. tomorrow the systems move towards us that moisture gets back into the area. you can see the two systems coming together. one is the remnants of noon -- new 10 and that should say south of us. the next one coming in from the northern branch of the jet stream. that is expected to go towards northern and then the two will come together. if everything goes as planned that split should keep that heavier precipitation across southern minnesota and extreme northern iowa and down into missouri. much of eastern iowa should get
if there's going to be heavy rain it will be northeastern iowa. the temperatures tomorrow will be back in the upper 70s to the lower 80s across the area. with the dew points in the upper 70s it will turn muggy once again. that combination will give you the chance of showers and thunderstorms. tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night the system will come by and by saturday and sunday the temperature will be much nicer. clients will be building here to the rest of the night. it will be in the upper 50s in the northeast and in the 60s in the south. for tomorrow mostly cloudy skies around with a muggy day. storms in showers are possibility.
afternoon and towards the evening. as you can see by saturday it's gone and we are down to 71 degrees. sunday looks nice at 74. another front comes through on monday with warmer weather and behind that we will have a few showers on tuesday. for the big game in iowa city it looks like temperatures on saturday should be at 67 with clear skies and winds out of the northwest. i would take a light jacket because readings may be close to 60 after that. >> till 9:15 tomorrow. sportsto throw or not to throw coming up in sport to throw or not to throw. that's a question format campbell. his answer next. the kernels brought out the
now, more than thirty one percent of all the electricity in iowa comes from wind. these turbines don't just produce clean energy, they produce jobs. six thousand in iowa alone. google, facebook, microsoft and good paying manufacturing jobs have come to iowa for that energy. iowa produces more of its energy from wind than any other state. senator grassley is literally
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>> and now fox28 sports with zach hanley. >> when it comes to hawk show there's one matchup that everyone will be watching. both will be playing on sunday and soon their game within the game will be the price of size and speed -- and both guys know -- what makes the other one so great. "i would say we are going to have to get physical with him, get tough, and try to keep him from making the big plays and i accept any challenge from
will make you better.>> he's not as tall as me but he's a great athlete. he's a physical guy so i have to use my height to my advantage. >> as far as the cyclones throwing it to king joel landing said if reid says throw it then throw it. matt campbell is a little more challenging. >> we watched the matchups. i think we have to have a good understanding about where he a lines and do a great job if you want to attack him and what gives us the best opportunity to attack. i think a great player like that you don't want to give him too many opportunities.
have gone hand-in-hand for the past 16 years. not all the met -- wins that he has brought it's the type of people that his players have become after four years. ed thomas is coach of the week. >> tradition means everything. >> we are going fast right now. >> there's a responsibility to carry on the tradition. >> the spartan motto, we want to be excellent in everything we do. >> it creates opportunity for young people to find out what they are about. >> a game and a man that are building better people once snapped at a time. >> we are taught wirth ethic
a person and try to succeed in life. >> when i leave here i hope i created an army of soldiers that represent. there and are true great people that will make a difference after i'm gone. if that's the case there's no championship in the world that can replicate that. >> it's all about leading the world in a better place. >> kevin miller is well on his way. >> this time much of the kernels .hot. they got to the championship series and they look to be in a form in the first round. there is no score in the third. corey rate reps went into right. the kernels were to answer in the bottom of the frame.
we will tell you how crazy this we >> tomorrow to add more interest to it we have the remnants of a hurricane coming into the midwest. newton was his name. he will be coming in from the south. another system comes in from the north and they will tangle up together and bring this more rain tomorrow afternoon. >> to think it will converge on noon? >> fig newton.>> it will be
>> thank you for watching fox 28 news at 9. >> good night. gallagher: this type of disaster hits, it's like, "man, what do we do? where do we start?" after the flood, when we came in here, there was nothing left. there's no way we're gonna do this ourselves. people like monica vernon really fought to get the assistance that led to the recovery. it took vision. it took courage. there is a true community spirit. i don't think she asked anybody after the flood whether they were democrat or republican. she took the bull by the horns,
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