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nine.linn county leaders raise the minimum wage.but city leaders aren't ready to join th. them.the discussions at the city councils will get a little more serious seriousdangerous .. lynn county laiders raise the minimum wage, but some city council leaders not ready to use them. >> dangerous, deadly, a hodgepodge, the words some people are using to describe th >> a drama can de constructing some of the biggest social issues of our time. >> i wanted to get down to who are the people in our argument? >> the play putting a divisive issue in central stage. >> a bountiful harvest is coming to central iowa. why a bumper crop doesn't necessarily mean big bucks for area growers. >> we're going road tripping to one of the biggest parties
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state. >> planners and the public are mounting the fug of mount cher nonroad. >> it's needed when you consider 20,000 cars travel this stroach road every day. matt hammel join us live from mount vernon road. matt? >> reporter: once upon a time, this was the grand gateway into cedar rapids, the sign of a thriving community. many people could like to see it be that way again. >> reporter: the lincoln highway was the first coast to coast paved-through way in the -- paved thruway in the country. today, it is 5 lanes of speeding traffic, fast food, houses, and empty lots. patricia, on a walk with mikey, says she won't drive it and the area needs more retail. >> some type of grocery store.
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hopefully, it will slow traffic down. >> it's a shotgun approach. >> reporter: feedback from hundreds of neighbors who have called it ugly and neglected suggest better traffic flow and just a cleaner look as goals. >> at the end of the day, it's the private property owners that will be the ones that develop new retail or whatever that is. if the area looks cleaner, looks nicer, that can help. it will be tough. >> reporter: phil cronin say he's worried changes in hurt business. but more development could definitely help. >> they could do more shopping. >> reporter: resident dan alpers says the 19th street intersection is a danger zone that has to change and he was skeptical the city would even consider neighbors' input. >> they've listened to what we have said.
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there. but a majority to have truly is. this is positive. this is good. >> reporter: the city hopes to put neighbor's ideas into action. matt hamill, fox 28 news. >> you is can k share your 2 cent with the check out this stoirn foxitwill28-- this story on terry joins us now with your weather first forecast. >> after a warm, summer-like day, a front is approaching from the west. that will squeeze out some scattered showers and maybe
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24 hours. the dew point is pretty low at 62. on the drair right now, there's not much in our viewing area. it will be a light lathe night show as it works across the region. our predictor isn't showing too much in terms at midnight, there may be a couple of isolated thunderstorms in charles city and decorah. after that, everything looks very scattered in nature. it will be drift through here as we head through the day tomorrow. so tomorrow, at least a chance for showers around. temperatures cooler tomorrow. jurors will hear opening
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first degree murder trial. he's accuse of stabbing and killing sabrina dennis last year. authorities say miller tried to get away but was caught after he allegedly crashed a stolen truck. miller entered a plea of not guilty. if convicted, he will face a mandatory life in prison sentence without the of parole. starting january 1, pay throughout lynn county lin crease to $8 preponderate 25 an hour it will continue to go up $1 each year until 2019 when it reaches $10.25 an hour. supervisor brent oleson says the county had to act because state and federal leaders had ignored the issue. but just like john county, each city government can choose to opt out of the minimum wage increase at any full-time.
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cities in the -- at any time. >> right now, think most of the cities in the area are woact $8.25 level. as far as the following year goes, we'll have to sit down next summer and determine what second step we want to take. >> leaders agree a special youth wage should have been part of the ordinance. authorities are looking into social media posts teen shot and killed history outside of jefferson high school. so far, investigators tell fox 28 news they have found no credible threat threats made against anyone else. fox 28 news generally does not report on suicides, but in this case web determined the impact on the community and lingering questions require us to talk about it. today, counselors were again on hand to help student and faculty at jefferson. experts tell fox 28 news the suffering.
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way, talking about their concerns. again, we recommend talking directly about suicide so there's no confusion about what you're asking. and you should not be concerned that asking about it is going to increase someones risk of suici" suicide."friday night, students wore purple and released balloons at jefferson's homecoming football game in honor of suicide awareness. right now, iowa city school leaders are tackling the delicate problem of racial equi. equity.a recent district-wide survey found minority students feel like they are treated differently than white students - less valued - and are not getting the help that the others receive.graduation rates also appear to back that up.leaders say the results leaders say the results need to be taken seriously. >> we have to believe that is their perspective, that is their reality, so when we look
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sure swraib it is being tackled. police brutality claim and black lives matter took over the news this sum per. >> but as one rite -- -- one play wright --
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there is more to it. >> reporter: after a number of cities began plo pro testing police violence and newspaper reduce police officers were killed in the line of duty, lewis wanted to develop characters with complect backgrounds. >> think we understand the extremes of the argument, and some of us are trying to get down to who are the people in the argument? >> reporter: lewis says he hopes the audience walks away with a glimpse of the other side. >> i'm shooting for empathy, especially with characters who may not know tow howe to troche protei it. >> there are so many people with strong positions -- with strong opinions about this issue. this does a joive bringing them together. >> reporter: 2 months ago, this play didn't exist. "there are a lot of people who responded very quickly when we told them what we wanted to do and who have been very helpful and supportive."nas nats "i really think a theater at its best should be like a
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anything else."dora miller fox 28 news you can catch the play thursday through saturday during the month of september. students get discounted during the month of september. students get discounted tickets. adults pay $30. new evidence that iowa remain ascii battleground state. >> voters appear to be split between the top 2 presidential candidates. the trump with 40% support in iowa, electoral votes, the best way to win is to press the flesh. "i think it's going to require more visits -- honestly from hillary clinton herself as well as tim kaine and other sur" surrogates."donald trump himself will make a campaign stop in des moines tomorrow. anderson says the party with the best ground game, making sure everyone gets to the polls, will end up winning
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hillary clinton took a break from the campaign trail today as she recovers from a bout of . pneumonia.her team promises to release detailed medical records soon...but only after admitting -- --to mishandling the but only after admitting to mishandling the information for days. chief political correspondent scott thuman takes us beyond the podium. >> reporter: f day, tim kaine took the reins. the coughing fit and staggering were due to a bout of pneumonia according to hillary clinton's doctor. >> i think it could hurt her vote, not because of her health. it seems by all accounts that this is a temporary illness. >> reporter: john h dorks ak of the brookings institution says
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game. >> this isn't anything you unique. bob dole, when he ran for president, there were questions about his vigor and his ability to hold the office. when john mccain ran for president, a multiple cancer survivor, that's someone who was very forth coming with his health records because he was nation facing these questions. >> people have come to expect this, having seen what has happened in the past, the dangers in the sense of too lite little disclosure. >> media at every turn, privacy in the past could be a thing of the past, and that could be good, says professor matthew doweling, like reagan's seek surgeries, fdr's windchill, and more. >> should candidates release mental health history, all of the drugs that they're taking, do they take sleeping aids? where to draw that line is very difficult.
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says despite canceling the california strip trip, she should be back on trail in a couple of days. donald trump you plans to release his records in full later this week on the dr. oz show. next, bikers don't have far to-- done have to go far, rather to find a lot of fun. we'll at veridian credit union that's why we're offering auto loans
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custom designs and patterns, some that might look a li fancy but still give you some attitude. and who knew there was bling for bikes? >> i don't think you can go down the highway without seeing some sort of a rider with bling. >> reporter: some of the brightest is here studded purse, jewelry, belt, and yt t's, a rhymer that some peep never stop riding, and top it off with a double designer helmet. there's even biker underwear designed to make long rides more comfortable and we'll just leave it at that. but since you're all drisessed up, we do have some place to go. >> j & p throws some pretty good parties. >> reporter: that's being
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legendary, high-flying extravaganzas as tens of thousands of people show up at the animosa stwoash biketoberfest, and the rally in sturg circumstances. it's a chance to hang with friends and have fun. no waxers here, these are riders who come to celebrate stocking shelves across isles to tires )) " warehouse riding motorcycle, we want >> reporter: while j & p reinly moved part of it warehouse to a more central location in kentucky, joanne says a loft merchandise remains righteous here. they just signed a new 5 year lease and this cycle center isn't going anywhere. >> the j & p open house started here, originated here, it stays
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wheels in animosa. i'm matt hammel. >> you can watch all of matt's adventures from madison to kansas sit on our website, >> i just wanted to speed see matt in one of those leather jackets. >> is that where you got your chaps, scott? >> yeah, right. i'm not that cool. >> that was a good one. i have a harley i wear it sometimes. there are other great brands out there, but it's all good. bling too, by the way. >> those guys like this time of year to ride, but tomorrow, might have a few rain drops to dodge. you can see why. there they are on the radar.
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we had a stiff south wind employing throughout today. the temperatures took off, and in a lot of places, got into the 80s. back down to 70 now though thanks to the dry air. winds are out of the south at #. there is that dew point at 56 deges with front in the 60s, we don't have that juicy air where the dew points have been in the 70s for the past several systems. so while we'll have some rain around the area, i think in general it will be on the light side. des moines got town 84 degrees. it was 82 in cedar rapids. all the way bast past minneapolis, temperatures were in the 80s. on thesore side over front, a different story. temperatures were only in the 60s today across much of
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falls. that will be some cooler weather heading in here for wednesday and thursday. we'll focus on this front. along that, we'll see some shower and thunderstorms light up the radar. nothing that's into earn iowa yet, but out to the we of once the rains are starting to advance to the northeast. as we get in close owner this, you can see interstate 35 there towards ames. everything is pretty much along or west of that. right now, some pretty heavy thunderstorms showing up there out to the northwest of fort dodge. i dohi weakening stage by the time they get into our viewing area. our weather predicter shows those coming in here. by 3:00 been tholed should -- by 3:00, they should be getting more numerous. while mr. could be a few more showers in the afternoon, nit
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here fairly early in the day. our temperatures right now are pretty much in the 70s around the region, although in monticello, it's dropped down to 66. in decorahings, you have a pleasant 73 degree temperature. here is our front as that works it way east, that will be the spark for our showers and thunderstorms but as it does go through the area tomorrow afternoon, the worst of the showers should shift to the southeast of us by early in afternoon. here's tomorrow's temperatures. it will start to turn cooler. look at this dry air starting to move into the midwest. the dew point tomorrow expected to drop to 39 degrees. it's been a long time since we've seen dry air like that.
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fall. tonight's forecast has increasing colludeyness, some scattered showers later on. then for twornl we have a lot of clouds around. maybe some upper 60s in the north, low to maybe mid 70s across the rest of the area. later in the afternoon, winds will switch to the guest. the best chance for showers probably early in the day and probably a few more later in the afternoon. tomorrow night, wednesday and thursday looking excellent. by the time we get to friday, another system local rolls into the midwest. that could bring some more showers in here. but it's a progressive system, meaning it's moving right along. most lip seasonal conditions and what looks to be another nice weekend of weather here in eastern iowa. >> yeah. i was wondering if you were going hit the trifecta, 3 weekends in a row like that.
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but yes, it looks very good. next on the fox 28 news at 9, the burden of a bumper crop. why record numbers don't have every farmer jumping for joy. >> and a closer look at some of the key policies promoted by hillary clinton and donald trump when the fox 28 news at 9 continues. the wind brought water to prairie farms. then windmills went away, but the wind remained. chuck grassley thought it was time to bring the windmill back. without the grassley legislation, and his effective leadership, the wind energy industry would not have succeeded.
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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. it started with a simple idea and the renowned work ethic of one senator. senator grassley is literally the father of the modern wind industry. .
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the federal government says right now, both corn and soybean farmers are expecting a record fall harvest. harvest.local farmers the federal government says corn and soybean farmers are expecting a record harvest.
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will be good. with you the favorable growing season doesn't come without challenges. they say profit margins have been tightener recent years, and some problems may arise with grain storage. >> we've done a good job. the bad thing is the value of the crop is not there. so we're taking a discounted price on a lot of it compare to in the last few years. >> some type of harvesting have started alre they'll be working on physical until november. >> some crops in iowa are getting too much raid. last week was the wettest on record this year. some farmers have reported seeing corn stock rot and stress on soybeans because of the moisture. still, the vast majority of the state' crop is weathering the stress so far and is ahead of schedule. a bipartisan coalition is calling for a sales tax increase to fund water quality initiative in the hawkeye
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hopes the state will pass a sales tax hike of 3/8 of a penny. the money will go to natural resource and outdoor recreational trust fund. leaders say it is the best way to protect iowa's water, soil, and other outdoor ours. >> reporter: >> in my 10 year of working on this, i've never been more optimist ping these diverse groups illustrate the willingness of iowans problems. next on fox 28 news at 9, why president obama says he'll veto a bill allowing 9/11 survivor and victims' families to sue saudi arabia. >> and cyclones france looking for silver lining after a disastrous start to the season.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president.
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i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken. 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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a congressional bill trying to help 9/11 victims won't find support a congressional bill trying to help 9/11 victims won't find support from the white house as the administration tries to prevent problems a long time ally. congress passed a bill allowing victim of the accept 11 attacks 15 years ago to sue saudi arabia. >> a number of saudi nationals may have helped the today, white house says president obama intends to veto that bill. the press secretary says they're concerned with how it's worded. they fear it would up open open u.s. and its diplomats to legal action around the world. it's unclear if supporters on capitol hill have the votes to override a veto. as for the ongoing war on terror, democratic nominee hillary clinton's strategy focused on one man. >> reporter emily atkin from
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the difficulty hillary clinton you could face in pulling off such a strike. >> we should make it a top prior toy dhownt the lead over isis, abu al-baghdadi, just as we did in w osama. >> reporter: thaght right, we. she reminded oh americans that she was in the situation room when osama bin laden was killed by a them of navy seals in american troops on the ground, but clinton say she is doesn't need to do to do map instead, she wants to mount an operation similar to the one that took down psalmed eastern prom men al-qaeda leaders, one that relies on special force and targeted drone strikes. if that's the plan, there are a couple of hurdles she'll face. first, finding out if al-
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hurdle. these missions are unpredictable. >> these operations are very risky. they could succeed like the osama bin laden capture and killing or also fail. >> reporter: risky and probably not enough to defeat isis entirely. >> many lead verse been taken clinton said killing al- baghdadi would still be worth it"no one directs or inspires attacks against the united states and gets away with for circa, i'm emily atkin. for more on this story and the states gettings way with it. >> for more on this story and the re of our vote 2016 coverage, head to our website, donald trump has made a name for himself on the campaign trail for his immigration policy. >> but many parts of his platform have been tried before. >> they're bringing drugs.
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wall. >> reporter: it turns out some of the very same idea donnell trump has to deal with illegal immigration were brought up more than 20 years ago by a former 2-term president. >> all americans are light scrub zushed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country. >> reporter: here are some of the similarities. >> they are being released by the tens of thousands inteur communities with no the impact on public safety or resources. >> the public service they use impose burdens on our tax payers. >> we're also going to hire 5,000 more border patrol agents. >> that's why our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring a record number of new border guards. >> reporter: and president clinton was met with a bipartisan standing ovation. >> what he said is the same
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need to enforce the plan. >> reporter: but that was back in 1995, and both bill and hillary clinton's position on immigration has changed. experts say the political implications of the time have changed as well. >> organized labor, union, were generally opposed to illegal immigrants. >> reporter: professor harry holzer says there are a few o'notable differences. >> bill clinton never called the immigrants rapists and murderers and never called for them to be deported and so it's not exactly the same. "i believe that we can make america great washington i'm kf reporting fox 28 news wants to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to both candidates to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the country. country.we want to hear from
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please share your thoughts. we want to give you a voice in this historic and important race for the white house, terry is hinting that you might want to reconsider leaving the windows open
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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september has gotten off to wet start here in oorn iowa. all 4 of our eastern cities have had at least an inch and a third of rain. we've got a long ways to go. again the drown continues to be pretty soggy. it would with nice to have a week or so of dry weather conditions in iowa. can you see shower and storms lining up along that front. the rain is taking shape out to the west of us.
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hear. there's mason city, iowa falls, and ames. everything is pretty much alock long or to the west of that line. how long it holds on is the question tonight. so much these showers and isolated thunderstorms will be around. by the time we got get to 5 or 6:00 in the morning, the worst of it should start to move on out of here. there is still a chance of a few showers as the front kits the renal.
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here's our system to the west of us. thes and storms come toward us. as why get into tomorrow, the activity starts to weaken during the morning hours. could be a tbeu lingering showers for the remainder of date, but they should be out along the front here. wind this, we get some nice high pressure. the dew points will tank as this is some nice fall air. tonight's first focus calls for
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for tomorrow, i'm looking for mostly clowdy skies. scattered showers around, especially early and maybe again later in the day, particularly along our eastern counties. after that, you can see wednesday and thursday, looking really nice. highs back around 73 to 75 degrees. none of those 3 inch ohals for sure. thank, terry. i know it's early, but the football season can't look any more different between iowa city and ames.
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keep the glass half full, not half empty. the new era is looking like the old in ames, but why the slowness are not panicking just yet. and the run you have to see to
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i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken. 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?
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owa. a lot of iowa state fans are thinking -- "here we go a lot of iowa state fans are thinking, here we go again after the losses to iowa and uni to start the matt campbell
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the clones are keeping calm as they head into this weekend. >> reporter: 2 game, no wins, and a litany of questions on offense and defense for iowa state after their 42-3 loss on saturday. but matt campbell isn't buying into that all too familiar feeling of dread. >> that's what we're trying to beat right now. we're trying to break culture of woe is me, we're getting down, things are always bad. that's not the case. >> reporter: but weren'ts strike allen lazard know that it wasn't spoked to be an an overnight remedy. >> we've just got to know that
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own path and we're along for ride. >> reporter: and that ride goes to tcu on saturday. >> now it counts counts. think as much as we have to worry about tcu we've got to address iowa state. >> reporter: as cyclones head to tcu and of jack trice stadium, they ask if the depth chart gets left bind. they'll thai tell me joel laning is still iowa state's starting quarterback. on the road, at home, and now the panthers are back on the hood. they've averaging 45 points per
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try not to get in a shoot yowbt but if it happens, try to keep up. >> if it comes to it, you have to match it. it will all play out. i just hope that in the end of the day, we're make the play. >> reporter: the panthers also fell 7 spots to 7th in the fcs poll. : david johnson continues to
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check this out. it looks like he was going to be captured for 25 yard whrobsz instead, he turns nothing into a 45 yard game. it was simple, win, and return to si iowa state, lose, and it'sac home. thai tied in the bottom of the 11th inning at 0. to the lyfx -- to the link link, mvc mississippi divisional meeting, birdies were hard to come by because the course isn't easy. that .stipestop kyle johnson.
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golden eagles. sam martin on 10 with chance for a birdie, just misses it. and andrew wood, here he is on 14 with a chance for birr day. he leaves it short. drew brandall was an individual
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we have some good news and some bad news let's start with the bad news. >> that includes some showers and clouds. cooler weather. it won't be a great day, but it will not and then things get better for wednesday and thursday. center and the bad news is the colonels just lost in the pot tom of the 11th, so their season comes to an end. but getting this far, they're a good team. >> proud of them any wall baip. >> thanks for a great season. thank you for watching fox 28
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>> -- proud of them anyway.
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the wind brought water to prairie farms. then windmills went away, but the wind remained. chuck grassley thought it was time to bring the windmill back. without the grassley legislation, and his effective leadership, the wind energy industry would not have succeeded. now, more than thirty one percent of all the electricity in iowa comes from wind. 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. it started with a simple idea and the renowned work ethic of one senator.
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