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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the important community disussions already going on in iowa city. the changing public perception about marijuana over more than a decade. the easy ways to stay safe on the water while you enjoy labor day weekend. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.
university of iowa students are starting early to improve the relationship between police and the communit. community...students invited local police officers to participate in a public discussion yesterday.the goal is to better understand each other. organizers of the "thin line between black and blue" event say they have to start the conversation early to build healthy relationships. "without us understanding the logistics of what they go through then how can we wedge the gap? without them understanding the history of students and black americans have gone through....wedge the "
say they have to do more than talk.actions have to be taken in order to truly see change. a federal judge has now - closed a hearing in the race-fueled charleston church shooting case - involving suspect dylann roof. roof.the 22-year-old is facing federal hate crimes and other charges in the church massacre last year that killed 9 black parishioners.a judge ruled late last night that closing today's hearing will be the only way to protect roof's right to a fair trial.the judge said discussing some of th trial - could prevent them from finding an impartial jury. donald trump is reaffirming his position on immigration after meeting with mexico's president. president.supporters of trump agree with the nominee saying mexico needs to pay for a border wall.trump says the topic never came up during the visit.but mexican president enrique pena nieto said later that he made it clear to the republican nominee - mexico would not pay for a wall. immigration reform has been for an important political
states.this election cycle -- donald trump has staked out a few positions as his policy led to what we heard from an immigration speech in arizona w. wednesday. from the first speech donald trump gave as an official presidential candidate -- in june last year... year... now think of it. if you're mexico, you're not sending your best people over here. we're getting killers, we're getting drug dealers. we're getting rapists. o soft on illegal immigrants.at first -- he suggested building a wall along the mexican border -- and forcing mexico to pay for it.as time went on -- we heard about a ban on muslims entering the united sta. states. complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> that ban was eventually refined to regions of the world
fora total and complete shutdown of muslims enetering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.then his ban was refined to regions of the world overrun by terrorism. terrorism.i'm looking now at territories. people were so upset when i used the word muslim. and i'm ok with that because i'm using the word territory instead of muslim.as recently as iowa senator joni ernst's roast and ride saturday -- he was still talking about kicking illegal immigrants out looks.as easy as it diplomacy isn't hillary clinton tweeted out during trump's speech -- that this shows that trump has during trump's receive that this shows trump -- trump's speech that trump has failed his first test. supporters were told that electing a woman for president would shatter more social barriers.
door for men. it says that everybody has place. everybody can dream big. everybody can say that the barriers, that they thought might apply to them don't apply. >> also on the campaign trail for clinton wednesday, republican meg whitman spoke to business leaders in colorado. the republican ceo of hewlett packard has formed a political group taking in donations from other republicans who refuse to chuck grassley wants any unclassified materials from the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. earlier this month fbi sent documents from that investigation to a secure room on capitol hill. senator grassley says by locking them away the fbi is violating legal requirements for handling unclassified materials. new research says more u.s. adults are smoking pot and more people don't think the drug is risky. this survey included half
just a few years ago, only a third of adults thought of marijuana as dangerous. in 2002, it was split down the middle. experts say that makes sense. dozens of states now allow medical marijuana in some form and four states have recently legalized pot for reccational use. and one -- recreational initiative on the ballot, alaska, colorado, oregon, washington state and washington d.c. are the loin places where people can smoke the drug about 20 protesters were arrested in des moines protesting the bakken oil pipeline.it'll cut through a portion of the state on it's way from north dakota to illinois. they were charged with trespassing on a private construction site.the pipeline's construction has been very controversial and protesters say it's an environmental disaster waiting to happen.in iowa -- some
the eminent domain laws that to happen. in iowa some farm owners are opposing the eminent domain laws that allow the pipeline to be built on their land. state patrol officers monitored the protests to make sure they didn't get out of hand. >> we have always had a great line of open communication with them. they want to make sure their rights and freedom of speech is heard and we certainly respect that but on the same token we can't let them block traffic or create a safety issue for somebody else as well. >> a federal judge to rule on the the construction of the $3.8 billion pipeline can continue by september 9. a lawsuit to stop the pipeline was originally brought forward by the standing rock sioux tribe in north dakota. labor day is one of the last holiday weekends for boating and one of the last chances to get ton water. -- on the water. one way to avoid problems is to be considerate of people trying to get on and off the water.
life jacket. >> it doesn't really matter how much you can swim. okay? the current is going to take you away. you're exhausted you're panicking. life jackets are the only thing that especiallys could you afloat ton water. >> the law requires anyone 12 years old and younger to wear a life jacket. however, she says everyone on board should still have one. 609. thank you for waking up with >> 15 degrees in north liberty. good morning, there is a lost new things you can expect from this year's nuevo art fest. and right now, high pressure is in control of our weather. with which is making it nice, calm and just downright beautiful outside. but in other parts of the country it is a different story. i will let you know why a
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6:12 on this thursday morning. it is a beautiful one at that. we have gorgeous conditions continuing for a couple days. right now, a beautiful sunrise over the city of cedar rapids where we are waking up to some pretty cool temperatures. about 5-10 degrees cooler than it was yesterday morning. 59 in iowa city, 57 and 55 in decorah. is going to continue to be a little bit of a cool morning out there. you may need a light jacket and step out the door for take the kids to the bus stop. as we head through the afternoon in pictures will rise in the low to mid 70s. it will be a little bit cooler than it was yesterday.
cooler today. we will have plenty of sunshine and later on tonite sky stay clear and temperatures will be falling down. it's going to be even cooler than it is right now some of the models are indicating that we can get close to 50 degrees by morning. i think under very light winds and clear skies we will get to that if you degree mark. fourth of highway 20 some spots could get to the upper 40s by morning. that is about 10 average. tomorrow, we will have a cool start. it will be a gorgeous day for you. temperatures we rising through the mid-70s in the afternoon. similar to today. it will be another nice and comfortable evening. the humidity is low and will stay low through the end of this week and into the start of the weekend. it is all because of high pressure. that is why there's not much occurring on the satellite and
it is keeping the weather calm and quiet. out to the south it is a different story. in the gulf of mexico there is a tropical storm that will make landfall sometime later today . it's could strengthen of it as it does so. it will actually play a role in our weather here. it's going to be a slow-moving system and it will move up the eastern seaboard. we have hold of this moisture here. we've all these reds down here. we'll stay along the east coast and what the storm will do actually prevent this high- pressure system from shifting offshore. that means high pressure stays in control for us through the end of this weekend. moisture will not start to increase until monday. unfortunately we will have heavy rain and rip current will be an issue along florida through the end of this week and into this weekend. for our area, we have nice weather to -- until labor day the we will have some storms
for the meantime, very nice conditions with low humidity all the way through the end of this week. high temperatures in the mid- 70s low temperatures in the 50s all the way through saturday night. by the time we hit labor day it is still summer out there. we will have temperatures close to 90 degrees in the afternoon. a chance of rain increase in the chance for scattered showers and storms monday, this weekend - there's an event for the whole family - cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in cedar rapids - to explain why yo art festival. festival.good morning guys, guys,what's new at the fest this year?how will fashion be incorporated into an art event? what musicians will be on stage? sot script scriptcovering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie johnson
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? 6:19 on thursday morning taking a quick look at what it will feel like at the bus stop. cool and crisp, 55 degrees. hello fall. you will want to pack a sweater and maybe a jacket today to. is starting to get chillier outside.>> it would be a good day to go horseback riding. we know that is a sport that takes patient and skill. they show's house six children and their families are getting much needing -- needed healing. >> reporter: they say she has not had this much fun in months.>> awesome was so much fun. >> reporter: the eight-year-old has a rare form of leukemia. her life has been a blur of doctors and chemotherapy. >> this week i felt good i was
pain really. >> reporter: kia in 19 other patients took part of pony therapy. patients and their families learn to ride in care for courses. >> reporter: hackensack sponsors the entire 14 day program. >> lots of joy on the farm. we're getting dirty and there's strength, horses tend to be very children who spend time with them have lower levels of stress.(track)pediatrician stephen percy says riding also helps build muscle and coordination.(sot - dr. stephen percy / hackensack university medical center) particularly with kids who have developmental disabilities and may have issues with walking //to get them on the animals and to be moving in a different way has really helped them(track)kaia has also regained something her parents longed to get back.(sot - darlene carroll / kaia's mother)this has brought so much happiness to her. she's looked forward to this for so long. it's just really nice to know these
we are approaching 6:25 on this thursday morning. is a little cool out there and to kick off the month of september. you may need a light jacket for the kids may as a head off to the bus stop. we're still about 59 degrees in i was city. it is cooler than it was yesterday, it will be cooler this afternoon yesterday afternoon. temperatures are going to rise into the 70s today. today we will have plenty of sunshine. later on tonite it gets cooler once again. clear skies and light winds are going to lead to some pretty cool conditions. temperatures will be about 10 degrees below average for this time of year. we may see some upper 40s north of highway 20. the nice comfortable fall like weather continues until the weekend. temperatures will stay in the
until saturday night. we have an increased chance of rain for wednesday. thank you rebecca. we're taking a look at some of the top stories now. a robbins ban is now homeless. the fire destroyed his home. they went to his home after 7:00 a.m. wednesday morning. the homeowner managed to escape unharmed. the home is considered a total loss. the state fire marshal is to determine the cause. today is the start of suicide prevention month. they are hosting a support group for anyone who has lost someone to suicide. members are always welcome in the meeting is from 7:00 tonight until 830. they help build walls for a habitat to humanity home today. it is also the first of the kind in the area. is called a panel build worthy
these panels are heading to a parcel on 20th street. honeybees have taken over the pennsylvania city hall. the city leaders in carbondale say so many bees have come through the walls and they filled the police department. people cannot get to work there anymore. they are working with the experts to figure out how to reload -- relocate the bees. >> look at that hive? >> it looks like it is >> i am not allergic to bees but i am afraid of them. it is crazy how they take over the entire building. >> i am glad they're trying to figure out how to relocate them your >> it is 6:27. coming up after the break
right now on cbs 2 this morning...the latest changes while linn county gets one step closer to right now the latest changes by the county gets one step closer to increasing its minimum wage. one big reason why they are not worried about hackers changing the election result. morning. here's a look at i 380. everything is looking smooth if you are heading that way. thanks for joining us. let's take a check of our forecast. is a little cool out there. even for iowans. we get so used to those warm and muggy conditions. when we on the 50s is a difference out there.
kids might need one. it's just beautiful regardless of how cool it is to you. it's a nice day and a night start. a son will start to rise and areawide temperatures are in the 50s right now. 55 in waterloo. 59 in iowa city. 57 in washington. temperatures are going to be in the mid-50s as you head out the door. as i mentioned when you're heading to the bus will need that light jacket. it is pretty kristof there. you can shut the ac off and open up the windows because it is beautiful out there. it will be nice and comfortable and throughout the day today we will have plenty of sunshine. temperatures will be cooler than yesterday in the afternoon. we're going to rise into the low to mid 70s for high temperatures. later on tonite temperatures will fall once again into the
morning. i will let you know how will those numbers could be going coming up on your full weather forecast coming up in just a that would raise the minimum wage from 7-25 to 10-25 an hour over the next three years. they also removed part of the proposal that would create a cost of living wage increase starting in 2020. supervisor ben rogers the move won't be as hard on small business as some opponents think i'm very sympathetic to the fact that a wage increase you know does impact their profitability but then i ask them do they already pay above $7.25? and every bussines says yes then i ask ok the next step is $8.25, do you pay more than that? yes well do you pay more than $9.25? almost everyone says yes so the early stages dosen't impact businesses at all. a second reading is set for next tuesday with the final vote set for the 12th.
minimum wage.about this time last year -- johnson county supervisors voted unanimously to pass an ordinance that would bump up the minimum wage. wage.in may -- the county saw their second increase -- to 9- fifteen an hour.when next year starts -- it will be raised again by nearly a dollar to 10- ten an hour.some towns -- like oxford -- shueyville -- solon and swisher -- all opted out of the wage hike. back in linn county, supervisors also took a step that could reduce the size of the board. they approved wording that will appear on the nomb the board should be reduced from five members to three.if approved- a three member board would go into effect january first 20-19.not everyone is in favor of the move - supervisor rogers says having more voices at the table from different regions of the county - allows them to better serve a wider range of people. a local ad campaign is stirring things up in presidential politics. politics.a billboard on first avenue and sixth street in cedar rapids shows caricatures
billboard shows characters of trump and clinton. corey says he wanted to have a created ad that would make people laugh. but if you did want to move to canada after the election there are five ways to do it. you can claim asylum, indexed in a canadian project, mary a canadian, forget it contract with nafta.>> professions, you can virtually come the same day to canada provided you have a canadian employer that wants to hire you and is prepared to write a letter basically supporting you to come to canada. >> is not quite as easy as selling your house packing up and moving out but if you are willing to go through the
until election day, but right now - the f-b-i is warning election officials about hackers attacking election mach. machines.local election officials in linn and johnson counties say they aren't worried.iowa law requires every vote be filled out on paper -- giving it a paper not worried your i will requires that every vote be filled out on paper so we have a paper trail just in case the electronic method is compromise. >> i some of the best procedures and policies when it comes to security.>> there's always a plan b in place for the weekend. we assure the voters about what the electorate is. >> it would be hard for hackers to get into the machines in the first place because they do not connect onto the internet. there's also not much time to tamper with the final tallies. officials in north carolina are criticizing the united carolina have been cheated by
by the court courtthe ruling by the high court also prevents the state from limiting early voting to just ten days this election over the next few months. voters will now have 17 days to cast an early vote. advocates against the law say it was passed to keep some voters from casting a ballot. "it could lead to only one conclusion. this law was motivated with an intent to discriminate on the basis of race, against black voters and election officials in the state have started planning to comply with the courts decision. president obama is about to make his final trip to asia as . president.last night - president obama stopped in his homestate of hawaii - before heading to china and laos later this week.in china- the president is expected to talk trade and climate change at a g-20 meeting - and will also try to relieve tensions in the south china sea. the president's visit to
of the state is bracing for bad weather. the president's visit to hawaii comes as another part of the state is bracing for bad weather. although it has been downgraded from a hurricane, matalin is still causing concern for state officials and forecasters. the tropical storm warning's are in fact for maui and the big island. they wanted heavy rain, flooding and wind damage. another storm is turning off the waters just east of hawaii. meanwhile in florida they are expecting the tropical storm to strengthen to a hurricane by the time it hits land today. it will be the first time in 11 years the hurricane hit the state. the system has the potential to flight to cuba landed on cuban . soil. "this is something you tell your kids and grandchildren. i was on the first flight to cu" cuba."it was the first direct flight to cuba in more than 50 years from the united states and is the latest example of
the two countries.jetblue was the first airline to take passengers to the communist island -- but more carriers plan to fly there soon.it only takes about 45 minutes.cuban tourism officials say they've more carriers plan to fly there soon. it only takes 45 minutes. tourism officials says they have think twice as many americans compared to last year. is now 6:38. >> there's still more to come. first let's take a look at what we're working on life. the few words putting a 911 memorial at the center of a growing controversy in new york. updates on the "bikini bandit". it's all coming up on fox28 live. eastern i was only local news. >> right here on cbs to we're
is 6:41 and a beautiful start to the day, a beautiful start to september. the sun is rising over cedar rapids. we're about 10 degrees cooler in part than it was yesterday. especially, south of highway 30. it is 54 in cedar rapids, 54 in waterloo. we're closer to the 60 degree mark but you need -- they need a light jacket if you step outside. temperatures will be rising and will be cooler in the afternoon compared to yesterday. we're just getting into the middle 70s for high temperatures and further to the north on highway 20 you might
we will have plenty of sunshine in the humidity will be staying low. it will be a beautiful fall like day. we will also had another fall like night. we will be have the 60s to the 50s. some spots will have the upper 40s by morning. we will have temperatures close to the 50 degree mark areawide by morning. especially north of highway 20. we may see some upper 40s. we will have light winds and clear skies which will allow we will warm-up once again and it will be a carbon copy of today. we will have gorgeous conditions rising into the low to mid- 70s. if you're heading out it will be a beautiful day to enjoy it. to be nice weather continuing into the weekend and for the start of football season. is all because of an area of high pressure. there's not much going on.
in other parts of the country it is a different story, especially in the south where florida in the gulf coast is preparing for tropical storm her mean to make landfall. it will lead to some heavy rainfall through the state of florida and to in -- portions of the eastern seaboard. it could influence our weather. and it likely will as it contue eastern united states. we have all these areas of pressure where tropical storm will go. that means it will keep our weather nice and calm through the end of the weekend. by the time we hit labor day some moisture will move back in and we will noticed the heat and humidity as well the chance for showers and storms as we start next week for the next
downright beautiful. temperatures during the afternoon in the 70s. the knights in the 50s, in them by the time we hit sunday we will get back to the 80 degree mark. we get back to monday we will get close to the 90 degree mark. the humidity will come back. we will have a chance for scattered storms and thunderstorms. but it will be likely like that on monday tuesday and wednesday. we are returning for the 10th year with fashion and art. >> we >> rep with one of the artists here. he will be one of the artists featured at the art class. working people expect from you this weekend? >> a live spray paint demonstration on this wall.>> >> reporter: nice. are you going to complete two different pieces saturday and sunday? >> i will do one piece on
on sunday. hopefully.>> reporter: that is really cool. will cut you into spray painting?>> long road trips, in the views of the trains going by, and i said i wanted to do that.>> reporter: where have you been?>> everywhere. >> reporter: can anybody pick up a spray bottle and go for it orgiastic but years into this.>> it definitely takes time. you have to learn on this -- about the things you cannot control. i still drip a bit. it was chilly this morning so -- >> reporter: it still looks good. >> thank you. >> reporter: you're welcome. what is the difference between regular paining and spray painting?>> you have to figure out where your spray will go
things.>> reporter: aside from people coming out to the festival where else can people see some of your creations?>> i have facebook and instagram you can follow me at those creations. >> reporter: if you want to see him and morning, and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important stories for your thursday morning. the cbs two community calendar is brought to you by collins community credit union.
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>> you can see i 380. you can see wear crosses i 80 your jasper avenue. the morning commute looks pretty good this morning. no delays to report so far. road conditions are perfect. the university of iowa student are starting early. they invited local police officers to participate in a public discussion. the goal is to break down barriers and better understand each other. organizers between black and blue and it says that they have to start the conversation early to build healthy relationships. >> without is understanding the logistics of what they go through, how can we bridge the gap. without them understanding the historical issues that we have experienced as black america,
and students they they have to do more than talk. actions have to be taken in order to truly seachange. supporters of trump agree with the nominee saying mexico needs to play for a border wall. trump says the topic never came up during the visit. the president said he made it clear to the republican nominee that mexico would not pay for a wall.. >> immigration speech in arizona w. wednesday. from the first speech donald trump gave as an official presidential candidate -- in june last year... year...now think of it. if you're mexico, you're not sending your best people over here. we're getting killers, we're getting drug dealers. we're getting rapists.no one
going to confuse him as being soft on illegal immigrants.at first -- he suggested building a wall along the mexican border -- and forcing mexico to pay for it.as time went on -- we heard about a ban on muslims entering the united sta. states.donald j. trump is calling fora total and complete shutdown of muslims enetering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.then his ban was refined to regions of the world overrun by terrori. terrorism.i'm looking now at >> reporter: that dan was eventually refine to regions of the world overrun by terrorism.>> people are so upset when i i'm okay with that. i'm talking territory instead of muslim.>> reporter: saturday, he was still talking about kicking illegal immigrants out wednesday night. it was expected to be a yet, but they're gonna pay for the wall. hillary clinton tweeted out during trump's speech -- that this shows that trump has failed his first foreign test and that diplomacy isn't as
new research says more u-s adults are smoking pot - and more people don't think the drug is risky. risky.this survey included a half million people - over a dozen years.just a few years ago - only a third of adults thought of marijuana as dangerous - in 2002, it was split down the middle.experts say that makes sense - dozens of states now allow medical marijuana in some form - and middle. dozens of states now allow medical marijuana in some form. some states have also pot for recreational use.
oh, i'm tied to this chair! ? dun-dun-daaaa! i don't know that an insurance-themed comic book is what we're looking for. did i mention he can save people nearly $600? you haven't even heard my catchphrase. i'm all done with this guy. box him up. that's terrible. here are the three stories you need to know to start your thur. thursday.the linn county board of supervisors voted to pass welcome back. we're taking a look at the top three stories you need to know about the start your day. they are looking at a proposal to increase minimum wage.
hour over the next three years. they would also remove the proposal that would create a cost of living rates. they have the final vote set for the 12. they are protesting a pipeline that will cut through a portion of iowa on its way from north dakota to illinois. they were charged with to happen.in iowa -- some farmland owners are opposing the eminent domain laws that controversial. some farmers are opposing the eminent domain laws. get ready for the football season with the premiere of our new hawkeye pregame show. it will feel hawkeye fans in on everything you need to know about saturday's he's an opener. our support team might moorhouse from the gazette will ask ,
it will be some beautiful weather to start off the football season. is a beautiful start to the day today. temperatures as you step out the door are in the mid 50s. temperatures will rise just into the low to mid 70s this afternoon with plenty of sunshine the humidity stays low once again. it will be downright beautiful. later on tonite the sky stay clear and temperatures will be falling down all the way into the 40s and close to the 50s by morning. north of highway 20 we could even have temperatures in the upper 40s. it's going to be pretty cool tomorrow. we have some beautiful weather to start the weekend. sounds good we will see you
captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is thursday, september 1st, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? donald trump and the president of mexico contradict each other on who will border wall. the republican nominee later doubled down on his hardline stance on deportation. florida will likely be struck by its first hurricane today in 11 years. hermine could impact millions along the east coast. >> 1980s nostalgia. the twin brothers behind "stranger things" what is making it a hit after being rejected by hollywood. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."