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nine. right now on fox 28 news at 9. plans for a production after a casting controversy. controversy.a new way of training for trauma. trauma."take a quick listen to his lungs here.""he got a pulse? yeah, he's got a pulse." pulse."we'll take you inside this lab of life-saving lessons, lessons.,only on fox 28 news -- we talk to ivanka trump about her father's plan to make it more affordable to raise a fami. family.what you can do to make it better and what you can do to expand it? it?a renewed bring online fantasy gaming to iowa -- with some strings attac. my fantasy gaming to iowa with strings attached. >> we want to make sure it's regulated. >> better weather expected into the air just in time for the weekend. we will take a look at that. will take you on the newest four-lane in the corridor . what went into making this first phase of reality.
calls for change at theatre cedar rapids the production is on hold. >> the delay comes after the terms of deaf community spoke out against the casting choice. fox28 first broke the story last week. the play call tribes features a lead character who is deaf. leaders at pcr assay to death actor cannot be found they turn to an actor can hear. after speaking with members of the deaf community the put -- theater released a statement today done more. then out working with deaf citizens to get more involved. they hope to schedule the plan later date. >> the weather is putting on a pleasant show across eastern
gruesome images of the crime scene were shown to jurors today - in day two of testimony in the david miller murder trial -- --besides the bloody pictures - the jury also heard the first interview investigators conducted with miller. miller.miller is accused of stabbing and strangling sabrina hustad janish in october.her body was found
lead investigator walked jurors through the crime scene as it looked before being processed.the defense later questioned whether the scene had been processed thoroughly. "the footprints or the lack of taking pictures or the lack of taking impressions of everyone who comes in contact with that area, i don't know that it's overly important. like i said it could be depending situation, but in this situation, i don't believe it was. why do you tape off a scene? to keep people out." >> prosecutors tell fox28 news they plan to present more information on what was found tomorrow. if convict of first-degree murder the word faith a mandatory sentence of life in
chance of parole. >> firefighters have to be ready at the top of a hat. that's why local first responders are utilizing a unique training sent -- method. here's a closer look with matt. >> emergency professionals have to continuously go through training so they are ready to keep our communities safe. the -- sometimes this trainings to become repetitive however the cedar rapids fire department is doing their part to combat that.>> you drove by the central fire station on avenue there's a chance you saw this vehicle. >> check the pulse. oxygen here. >> what looks like at that.tailgate mobile on the outside is a training cedar rapids firefighters on the inside. >> we have one at that breathing problem emergency.
>> is a different form of training then cedar rapids firefighters are used to. brought to you them by the university i was medical resource center. >> it's nicer than just being in the classroom we talk about things. we are able to take the things that they learn in the classroom and apply them to real life scenarios. >> because hands-on learning in this truck can help those firefighters when they hopped into >> is beneficial for our firefighters for this is of cedar rapids. we are grateful but university of iowa for helping us. >> firefighters in cedar rapids work on one of three different 24-hour long shifts. ems training captain. told me that 140 cedar rapids firefighters will be going to this training between today and friday. a one of a kind education model created in the corridor --is now getting a major
today awarded tens- of-millions-of-dollars worth of grants to innovative education systems across the country.the iowa big school in cedar rapids is getting one million dollars.the school offers assistance to young entrepreneurs trying to get their big ideas off the ground. school leaders say today's million dollar grant will benefit many youth in the corridor for years to come. although still years away from completion, the first section of the highway 100 extension opening.fox 28 news reporter weeks away from opening. >> joe huisinga takes a closer look at all of the work that went into the highway in cedar rapids. >> reporter: the 4 miles of payment that will extend highway 102 covington road. has been a lot of work.>> network face challenges crossing difficult terrain near the silt and very bad material that you have to work with so
changes. 10the road is paved with asphalt rather than concrete and its saving a lot of moneyinitially this project was estimated at 20 million dollars the asphalt bid came >> this project was estimated at $28 million. the asphalt came in at $50 million. >> they are also trying to make it sustainable. >> we will use about 13,000 tons of recycled asphalt. >> crews are using gps mapping to track roller path to ensure even compaction and a smoother ride. because it was the most economical the fastest to construct and the quietest pavement. 7 a method called perpetual paving should make future repairs a lot easier we can come in and mill the surface off at night while everyone's sleeping and not impact traffic patterns and put a brand new surface course down in a matter of minutes now they just need a few mor inches of assphalt befor its ready to ride.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, joe huisinga, fox 28 news. contractors told fox 28 news today they hope to have this
november. another traffic alert to tell you about tonight -- -this one in marion.crews continue to build a roundabout along one of the busiest roads in town.the 7th and 7th roundabout is entering the final phases of construction. if all goes well, crews will redirect traffic flow to the outer edges of the new road as they finish up their work.the city still hopes to wrap up all the work later this year. outer edges of the new road as a finish up their work. the city still hopes to wrap it up later this year. >> donald trump is responding about his medical history. >> he did it in an unusual have a problem doing it. i have it right here i mean, should i do it?" it?"during taping of the doctor oz show, trump produced a summary of a recent physical. an aide said doctor oz physical. an aide said dr. oz declared from was overweight at 236 pound.
that you would like to lose 15 pounds. he takes medication to control his blood pressure and cholesterol. despite a family history of alzheimer's trump shows no signs of that. >> short time later hillary clinton position released a detailed medical update. >> it includes vital signs of a recent checkup and information on a cough and diagnosis of pneumonia. the statement also includes a list of medications taking for treatment of pneumonia as well as an ongoing thyroid condition. clinton's doctor says she is in excellent mental health and undergone all routine medical screaming -- screenings. the disclosure comes days after clinton came dehydrated and stumbled at eight 9/11 event in new york. since then click in has taken a break from the campain trail. she is expected to resume her work tomorrow. >> the debate over ethical disclosures brings us to our question of the day.
cast your vote. had to are fox28iowa.com website. with the two major candidates both beyond retirement age it can be a challenge for them to connect to the younger voters. >> lisa fletcher talked with millennial's on what it takes to get their vote in two tonight be on the podium. >> reporter: equation using the snap and quick of social media to gain millennial's vote. >> how big is the payoff? >> can be very large. >> matthew chairs the political science department at villanova. >> enter a new hillary clinton super pac ad using an interactive approach on one of
>> i thought it was visual. it is a lot bashing trump instead of promoting hillary. it does catch the attention of millennial's. >> we asked students at villanova to talk with us about the ad targeting their peers and their impressions of the candidates. >> both of them are being childish. they should use social media to promote their goal to united states. >> i think it's a strategy for donald trump. >> trumps unconventional in and refined approach on twitter has earned him more than 11 million followers. >> he's a twitter god. >> when his children try to appeal to millennial's own instagram, it was widely panned. >> recognizing the palms of
hillary clinton has been a better job at responding to student debt and climate change then donald trump. >> my final decision will not be based on how they conduct themselves on social media. >> it is an indication of who they are. >> trump has done nothing to appeal to young voters specifically so there are clinton's toulouse to do is elevate the importance of the election to them to get them to the polls. on capitol hill and lisa fletcher. >> i won't women backing trump for president rallied from the state capital today. trump empowers women and champions working families and raising kids. >> millions of working class families spend a lot of time of their income each year on child care expenses.
eight children, i know how hard it is to be a working mother and how important it is to have safe affordable and high quality care and really the cost of that." that."women supporting democratic nominee hillary >> women supporting democratic hillary clinton has also formed a group in iowa called iowa women went. closest advisers. the 34 executive sat down with reporter from our news partners are cut to talk about her father's plan to ease the burden on raising a family. >> the making childcare tax- deductible. we need to create competition to present. i'm also proud of for the first
that all women get paid maternity leave. we are going to do it with increasing taxes by reforming the unemployment insurance. >> this from the republican style tackling these issues -- >> no we can argue with the fact that equal pay for equal work. that's essential. yet sadly -- i feel that this plan helps. >> looking at all avenues of this policy, what you can do to make it better or what you can do to expand it. >> we are always interested in evolving and enhancing over
. as the world changes and things change over time there may be refinements. >> our mission is 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 with our station in our sister stations across the country. we do want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant to you --debating the future of digital wagers.the continued push to bring online fantasy sports to iowa. iowa.no debate about tonight's forecast, it's a winner.but rain will eventually make its return to iowa.weatherfirst chief meteorologist terry swails tells us when that will happen -- when the fox 28 news
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. 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.
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>> it's the most activity -- popular activity. even if the big bucks catch your attention plan for cash means breaking the law. multiple tries to legalize paying of cash has failed. >> we want to make sure it's regularized and playing it properly. >> state representative sponsored a sports died out. he was to bring the issue to lawmakers. he wants tighter ledge relations . >> he says it will be similar to casino regulations. players must be 21 and current gambling laws under the iowa racing and gaming condition --
gaming treatment program cannot comment on legislation. online gaming and fantasy sports leading too the potential to having a gambling disorder."the state has a hotline - where players can get help if they need it."our role here at the dept is to make sure people have access >> our role here is to make sure people have access to services and the appropriate information to help them make better educated the games they may be playing pierce back is a steffi lee in des moines. >> i want is just one of a number of states including illinois and texas were lawmakers are reviewing current laws against online betting. >> note gambling on this weekend on the weather. we have one day in between to get too. >> if i was going to bet on a good day i would say saturday and sunday both. overall the
between now and then you can see clouds coming in from the southwest and i will bring in more rain into the forecast. more rain into the forecast. we will tell you wh the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. ize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this message. house majority pac is responsible in a world that needs a hero, justice is spelled b-o-x. say hello to a powerful tool that gives you options to fit your budget.
>> we have sunshine back in our skies and had delightful weather around eastern iowa and a large portion of the midwest. by now skies are still mostly clear. the temperature has cooled back to 64. windsor east at seven in the dew point is low at 56 degrees. with that dry air in the sunshine this afternoon these
75 was a high in cedar rapids. i'll to the west des moines had 76. there's a few problems in nebraska in grand island where they only had 59 for high temperatures. that's the weather system that will be approaching us. right now we are ahead of that. skies are mostly clear and the temperatures are ranging from the upper 50s to lower 60s in the north and midshipman 60s in cedar rapids down towards iowa city. can see some of the clouds we talked about. a lot of these are high thin clouds and you can see the stars through them so they look worse than they are. as you get further to the southwest they are getting thicker and the moisture is starting to increase and eventually that will bring showers and thunderstorms to our forecasts. before that this high pressure has to get out of the way. it's starting to move to the east and you can see by tomorrow morning it's over lake michigan and on the backside of
coming from the south, southeast and that will tap into moisture and eventually it will lead to this precipitation which gets into the forecast tomorrow night continues on a scattered basis into friday. this is one of our models interpretation. this is our us model here. it has half an inch in cedar rapids. another model i like to use is the european. that's more bullish. it has 9307 inch if you average the amount you can see there's potential for lf an inch of rain as the system works its way across the midwest. it should get out of here by the time we get to friday and rest of that the weekend looks good. to mars temperatures we should see sunshine and temperatures should be in the midshipman 70s. dew points will start to increase in they will be in the 60s by tomorrow evening and that's the moisture that will get squeezed out in showers and thunderstorms.
tonight you can see clouds showing up in our western and southern counties towards morning. during the day tomorrow will be scattered especially in the southwest half of our area and later on in the day here comes the first sign of a few showers and thunderstorms but they should hold off till the evening hours. by midnight if our model is correct, stronger thunderstorms should show up to the west of us and that could come across the area tomorrow night. another round expected on friday afternoon. your forecast for tonight has low temperatures that will be in the low to midshipman 50s in the north and around 50 to 60 in the south. partly cloudy skies overall. for tomorrow we are expecting a mixture of sun and clouds. highs in the midshipman to upper 70s . about 75 in dubuque and we will shoot for 77 here in cedar rapids. friday their chance for showers. it won't rain all day but there will be rain around. 70 7b the high temperature.
great. looks like next week temperatures will take off again. i should be in the mid-80s and perhaps more than 80 on wednesday. the bottom line is warmth and humidity will be back here in the middle of next week. >> next coming together to fight a deadly foe. the new partnership turning the tide against her went and other opioids. >> researches at university of iowa
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ways.if you want to be a part of it, there is still room at the dinner and a silent and live auction.that will start at five tomorrow. next on the fox 28 news at nine -- a multi-state fight rages on over an oil pipeline that would cut right through iowa. the renewed effort to stop construction already underway. underway.and the voice of the hawkeyes shares his two cents on the biggest challenge yet this season -- north dakota state. -- when the fox 28 news north dakota state.
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to stop. >> in the morning opponents say the dakota access pipeline is threatening protective land and waters in iowa. last week the white house ordered a temporary halt to construction to review the pipeline's impact on tribal lands. today and i will group delivered 30,000 signatures to the department of justice calling for an end to the multibillion dollar project. >> the department of justice must investigate the injustices of this pipeline. they must review all of the permits that cover this pipeline. that means the army corps of engineer's as well as the permit they did on the missouri river. >> in an internal memo said the pipeline is designed to meet all safety and environmental regulations. earlier this year governor. branstad said he would order
workers after construction equipment was vandalized in central iowa. >> eight corridor fire department is gaining national attention. the marion fire department is one 160 departments to get the 2015 life safety achievement award. the department is being recognized for having effective in active programs to teach about fire prevention. it's also being recognized for no fire deaths last year. weeks long partnership between the two retailers mall.customers who drop off items for goodwill will receive discounts for their purchases.the company hopes to collect two and a half million pounds of donated merchandise. "everyone's out and about sometimes especially when the weather is as gorgeous as this and sometimes they can't make it to our stores. this is a great opportunity to just drop those donations off ." ."the goodwill sale runs until october first at all younkers locations. terry it seems like we're
the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this message. 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 is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down 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.
comfortable weather conditions. here's a high around the midwest today. a lot of locations were in the midshipman to low 70s. we were close to the typical 77. to the west of us things are going downhill. in nebraska temperatures were in the 50s and low 60s. that's where the next weather system is coming from. tonight there are no problems. our temperatures are in the southern counties. especially from cedar rapids towards iowa city. as we go to our satellite you can see how the clouds are filling in an increase a little bit around the midwest. most of this is high thin clouds coverage and running into dry air. these clouds are having a tough time making it in here. later tonight and tomorrow will see more of those in the skies and tomorrow night is when we get some precipitation.
have moved off to the east and as it does the winds come back in from the south. that will start pulling up moisture and will get a trigger for round one of showers and scattered thunderstorms and as the front comes through on friday out to the west that will bring another chance of showers and thunderstorms. as far as rainfall is concerned, we should do this earlier one of our models showing half an inch and the other one about 9300 in cedar rapids. the general range is half an inch to an inch as it comes across. it looks like you will be a progressive system and by saturday and sunday the weather clears up. here's tomorrow temperatures and we should be in the mid- upper 70s. it's another day close to normal on the highs. moshe levels will be on the increase in you can see 70 dew points around st. louis. we're looking at 60s in eastern
spark the next round of rain tomorrow night. let's go to the predictor in you can see at midnight if you scattered high clouds around. tomorrow morning here and there are clouds with some extent. as we go to the day the worst of the clouds should say to the west and south of us. will have a mixture of sun and clouds. later on the clouds to increase and you can see the first signs of precipitation. it's after the evening hours where things could start cooking around here as and roles in here tomorrow late evening. tonight there is no rain to worry about. temperatures will be in the readings -- in the 50s and holding towards 60. tomorrow we get a mixture of sun and clouds in temperatures in that range of 75 to 70 night from north to south. winds southeast from 5 to 10. tomorrow night is the first
those more expected on friday but the front roles on by an saturday and sunday look good with temperatures in the 70s so make your plans outside. monday our temperature at 82 and beyond that you can see tuesday it gets warm for this time of year. temperatures will be in the mid- 80s. i see mia is here. every friday she yells at me for friday night rain. >> they informed me that the pool close. now i'm wondering seeing that hot temperature tuesday i can take that. >> tell them to keep it open for another day. >> i will forgive you for that friday forecast. >> we were indoors tonight. still to come whether reigning fcs champs will be no small task for iowa on saturday plus could the eagles make an
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has reloaded. >> five seems to be there number . they have five straight wins over d1 opponents. does it have i was attention? it sure does. easton stick is a great quarterback. i like i was chance to move the ball and score points but this will be a good test for the eye with defense. >> don with i on the hawks on thursdays at 6:30 right here on fox28. you and i on the road this weekend. home to the only red turf field in all college football and while the panthers preparation pertains to the eagles offense coach farley is taking the steps to read his team for this weekend's environment.
room in iowa. if you let it be a factor of the game then it can be a factor. we also need the noise factor. i don't know the noise factor there. we will make sure we are school football teams left unbeaten in the state... but then there's libson -- they've yet to give up a point! and -- as pat moroney explains -- there's another point? they're trying to prove... prove... lisbon identity defense first - we need to have that - that's what starts things off in games defense is where you start - and then your offense comes - so i think when we're playing good and we're on a roll it just keeps flowing throughout the game and we all have a good time timeon defense - they're having a great time - three games - three shutouts for a lions "d" that has eleven players - working as one i think a lot of it's communication - talking -
i think it's part of our hustle - as a team we definitely communicate well - and we keep working together and when this unit ?does? face some adversity - they'll tackle that too it's just something kinda cool to look at right now - but when we get scored on - we've gotta keep our heads up shutting people out is just a statistic - we feel like the further we get in the season - somebody's gonna score on us - and it's not about how many people we shut out - it's about how we respond respondi mean it's a good accomplishment - but looking ahead - we're gonna get scored us - we're not gonna dwell that we haven't been scored on - we've gotta come out and play - because some team's gonna score on us and it's gonna be how we bounce back in lisbon - pat moroney - - cbs two sports... since dropping back to back games in wisconsin in their first tournament of 2016 -- the kirkwood volleyball team has not only won twelve straight .... during that stretch -- they've only lost three sets... hosting ellsworth tonight... opening set point -- erica
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terry has one last look of your forecast after the break. listen throughout the day for your weather first forecast on i want to 71 all the hits. hello. i'm mark hyman. >> i am mark hyman any day now the census bureau released this year's report on health and insurance coverage. it's not going to be pretty. here's wha the headlines. last year's report was disappointing. this year's will be worse. the worst is yet to come. major health and churns companies at no cost humana and united health are abandoning most obama care exchanges. they have lost billions of dollars. coverage is nowhere near what was promised when the law was passed. in addition millions of americans won't have any choices . many will have only one carrier from which to buy
there's even more bad news. a large subsidy program designed to keep premiums low ends in december. americans buying health insurance through the exchanges will be hit with sticker shock. when the new enrollment period begins some premiums are expected to increase by as much delayed until after election don't be surprised if enrollment is the late until after election day. while the goal noble the execution of obama care has bitter disaster. to comment go to him the
coloring books. if you are a creative person you can send in a line drawn the represents what you think about the community. drawings are due to the library october october 4 along with your name and contact information. >> that's a cool idea. >> terry, this is your big chance.>> you think? >> color books are all the rage now.>> you can find them many places. >> tomorrow should not be too bad of a day. the clouds will be prevalent than they were today. we will start at 57 and make it to 77. tomorrow and friday we thanks for watching your fox 28 news at nine and your weather first forecast.have a great night. night.
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