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right now, live at five,does the election have you thinking about a move to canada?why you elizabeth nshimirimana. does the election have you theying about a move to canada. why you probably won't. let's check with terry swails for a look ahead. >> very nice change, the dew point were down in the 50s, a big drop yesterday. we scoured out the humidity, you can see the blue skies. the 78 temperature is accompanied by a north wind at 14 miles an hour. the winds are blowing in from the north at 8 to 15 miles an hour, that spreads the air southward. our temperatures are in the mid- to upper 70s and our skies are clear, we'll keep the sunshine
may be cooler tomorrow and that will keep our highs in the mid- to upper 70s. a beautiful way to start if month of september. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is pushing a new slogan today. the niece of kennedy campaigned. women win. the goal rights into the for front. electing a woman as president will shatter social barriers. >> in doing so it opens the door for men, it says that everybody has a place, everybody can dream big. everybody can say that tabarriers they thought may apply to them, doesn't apply.
unfavorable opinion of the with mexico's president. later tonight, he'll be in arizona talking about his latest plan for immigration ref. reform.cbs 2 political reporter kevin barry is here with us today - setting the scene for that speech tonight. several questions, kevin. first - what's behind trump's choice of arizona as a place
this election year has been polarizing on many fronts. voters are not afraid to voice their opinions. and now - a local realtor is cashing in on those emotions. cbs 2 news anchor jenee ryan is live to show us how. jenee? karen- this is it. this bilboard it's on first avenue and sixth street near downtown cedar rapids.it shows donald trump and hillary clinton and says moving to canada? i'll sell your house. corey barnard with skogman realty bought it
a week and a half.and i wanted to find out what if someone really wanted to move to canada? canada? thousands of tweets. if trump wins - i'm moving to canada. or if hillary wins - i'm moving to canada, now a bilboard in cedar rapids - moving to canada? i'll sell your house. skogman realtor cory barnard says he wanted to catch people's eye and make them laugh. laugh. it's getting good results.his phonenats ring ringing more often.nats answering phone. most callers - the ad. ad. no people i think were seriously thinking about moving to canda - but im sure they're out there. and- ?they call andy semotiuk - an immigration attorney based out of new york and toronto.he actually wrote this article - how to move to canada if trump gets elected - a primer -- for forbes. it was written half jokingly. i didn't expect people to take it seriously.but they did.
i didn't expect people to take it seriously. >> they did. >> i have people that have called, not just donald trump, hillary too. >> s this five ways. there's no instant option. >> one, marriage. >> like for real, not pretend. >> work. >> if you want to get out of town in a hurry, that's possibility. but you need an employer that would like to hire you. >> three, education. >> people with a master's degree at an university in canada, to prove dense -- prove dense will provide a certificate. >> invest $800,000 canadian dollars for five years get
a lawyer. >> if the election goes wrong i may have a lineup. >> before that call barnard. >> let than 90 days someone could get their house sold. >> there's a five way to get into canada, that's for those afraid of their life to proclaim asylum, if anyone wants to go will be happy to have any of us. corridor voting officials are not worried after reports of hackers trying to break into voting. >> the fbi sent the warning this week after agents found evidence that hackers trying to get into systems in illinois and arizona.
a single system nationwide. in iowa, state law says there needs to be a paper ballot for every vote. breaking it down further. in johnson county not only are the machines locked no one is allowed to be alone with one. the auditor in linn county said hackers would have a because voter machines are not hooked up to the internet. >> when you listen to the other counties. the idea is to be able to catch voters trying to vote in several places. that hasn't happened yet because encryption software is so
a consumer alert today - the popular cloud storage firm - dropbox - is trying to reassure users that their private information is safe. safe.dropbox was hacked in 2012 - leading to 68-million passwords being dumped on the i. internet..the company initially reported a leak of email addresses, but did not say the passwords had been taken, too.dropbox sent out notifications last week to all users who had not changed their passwords since the 2012 breach. you use different passwords for different devices and services, and if you choose to use a password manager program - do your research on it. people making minimum wage in linn county may one day soon get a raise. raise.cbs 2 news reporter joe huisinga tells us how howa vote held today - turned out differently than expected. joe? the first reading of a higher minimum wage passed with a 4 to 1 vote but it didn't make
and question about it will work. work.supervisor ben rogers said they were acting because the legislature has refused to do anything.the proposal would incrementally raise the wage from $7.25 to $10.25 by 2019. however supervisors voted to remove a section of the ordinance that would automatically increase the wage each year according to the consumer price index. they said future increases shouldn't be left to an automatic formula. "i just don't believe in tying the hands of future policy makers to a formula i think you need to consider all the circumstances that are at that particular time 2020 in this case for any future increases in the minimum wage hopefully the staple have done something by then but if they don't the board of supervisors or city councils can take actio" action."rodgers says he wanted the the automatic increase to help keep pace with rising
living. coming up at 6:00 we'll have more on the questions being asked about the minimum wage. there's a large piece of vacant land on the southeast side of iowa city. there's plans for the land including a place for sports and room for businesses. melanie moore explains. >> iowa city has 170-acres and we've learned there's plans for work and play. for companies who often are on tight time tables.the city has had some interest each month in the land that costs 2.4 million.meanwhile other city offices are hoping a new school and subsequent neighborhood development nearby will take advantage of a new park.70 acres of the land is planned to have baseball and soccer fields and
juli seydell johnson, parks park. 70-acres are planned to have baseball and soccer field. >> you look at it being a community amenity and possibilities for hosting larger regional events. >> the plans for the sports complex will go before the city council on tuesday i'm a beautiful day with some relief from the humidity. let's check with terry swails. >> the numbers have gotten better. the temperature in the 70s now and the dew point in the 50s. that's a nice combination, looks like this is the way it will stay.
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back with terry swails. were looking forward to a weekend of events. the game is going on. folks will have a three-day weekend. >> this is the last big ora -- hurrah for summer. the pools will be shutting down we've got things straightened out. oil give it to you straight. 78 is the temperature. wind at 14 miles an hour. today's dew point is back in the 50s. that means we have scoured out a lot of moisture and humidity and it feels good. this is the last day of august, that means summer is coming to
that's june through august. we had 19.87 inches of rain. 6inches above normal. the average temperature 72.21 degrees. that makes this the 24ed warmest on record. warm and wet. we were aware of that with the muggy conditions. and here's the dew point, this is the big change, they dropped back in the 50s around eastern the actual temperatures are much better, many locations with highs in the upper 70s across the upper midwest. that builds southward, tomorrow it will be cooler than today. notice too, this dry air doesn't have cloud coverer rain and this is the pattern to hold. here's tomorrow's high
degrees. mid-70's look to be a good bet. the dew point should remain in the 50s tomorrow afternoon. should be a beautiful day. and as we go to the satellite tonight, our storm track is dipping from the northwest. that will keep the moisture and humidity to the south of us. our air mass will come out of canada and it will be dry. no rain in the sunday night at the earliest. likely labor day itself. here's the rain forecast, all the rain stays west of us. good news. as you look at the front that came through yesterday. that will dive into the southeastern united states, we have high pressure locked in here until the end of the holiday weekend. as the high moves by, the winds
temperature up. your forecast for tonight. low temperature in the lower 50s in the northern counties, mid-50s in the southeast. for tomorrow, another picture- perfect day. look at these temperature. 73 in decorah. washington in at 78 degrees. we'll continue with the northeast extended forecast, friday another ideal day. saturday in the 70s. sunday temperature warm up, and monday, tuesday, wednesday, warmer and more humid weather returns to the midwest with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm. through sunday outstanding weather conditions around here i'm great to be in iowa.
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look at this forecast for tomorrow. start the day in the 50s, my air-conditioner is off. and look at the highs, 76 the afternoon. more sunshine. light winds, that's the picture- perfect day. >> open the windows, save on the air-conditioning and enjoy. >> more of those coming. we like that. that's live at 5:00 for today. score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it.
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>> o'donnell: trump crosses the border. mending fences-- >> and i happen to have a tremendous feeling for mexican-americans. >> o'donnell: and building walls. >> as for who pays for the wall, we didn't discuss it. >> o'donnell: also tonight, the governor emergency in florida as tropical storm hermine batters the state. a u.s. navy landing goes terribly wrong. we'll show you what happened next. and the college football play of the week, making a young boy's day. >> reporter: you looked up and there he was? >> yeah. >> reporter: and what did he say? >> he said, "what's up, dude in? captioning sponsored by cbs