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white house is the two major candidates take the stage today. we have another storm coming through eastern iowa. spotty -- spotty showers are moving through surrounding cedar rapids and waterloo as well as the city of tama as these move to the north and east. i'm keeping my eye on a complex further to the north and east which is some wide spread heavy rainfall that will be our next big round of rainfall that could lead to the potential for flash flooding. the rain starts to move in after 1:00 p.m. it could last for a couple of hours and we could see it going on and off until 6:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. this evening. scattered activity into the overnight hours. that is why we have flood watch
corridor there are flash flood watches until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we are concerned about flash flooding through the day today and through the night tonight. 4 inches areawide with higher amounts possible. stay aware and make sure you can get warnings. if you come across flooded roadways be sure to take an alternate route. coming up we talk about when we get out here. thanks, rebecca -- rebecca. today the two nominees will speak at the same form donald trump and hillary clinton focusing on the military veterans and foreign-policy. we're in washington with the latest. >>reporter: donald trump wants to expand america's military but doesn't want to send soldiers to fight foreign wars. >> i believe and foreign-policy
that focus on american security and regional stability. >> trump and hillary clinton will participate in a form focused on veterans according more trusted with the use of nuclear weapons.(sot: sec. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee)"he's very loose in his talk about nukes. he said he doesn't care if other countries get them, doesn't know why they haven't been used already."(standup: weijia jiang/cbs news/the white house)republicans continue to question clinton's use of a private he doesn't know why they haven't been used already. >> republicans keep questioning the use of clintons private e- mail server while she was secretary of state. >> our foreign enemies were in a position to hack our most sensitive national security secrets. >>reporter: jason chief and congressman is asking u.s. attorney and asking why a computer specialist deleted the
congressional subpoena had been morning - the state department announced all but one of the 15 thousand emails the f-b-i recently discovered had already been turned over. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. the dallas morning news is calling clinton the only serious candidate in the race. it's the first time the paper has endorsed a democrat in 75 years. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. that's why we've reached out to both candidates to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the country.we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. what issues are relevant to you? what would you ask donald trump and hillary clinton? we want to give you a voice in this historic and important race for the white house, a presidential candidate could be facing criminal charges. charges.green party nominee
serious trouble for spray painting construction equipment at a dakota access pipeline protest in north dakota.the charges would be for trespassing and vandalism. a spokeswomen for stein says activists invited her to leave a message at the site -- so she wrote "i approve this message" in red spray paint on the blade of a bulldozer. linn county is now just one step away awayfrom raising the minimum wage county wide. red spray paint. one step away from raising the today the board of supervisors voted the second of third votes. if passed it would increase to $10 -- $10.25 over the next three years. currently it is $7.25. if the ordinance passes the workers would see a dollar increase in january 2017. board members will take the
cedar rapids leaders want the city to move on from building up a sena -- a casino. the state shot down a casino being built downtown. now three members told the gazette they want to look at other options for the large plot of city owned land along first avenue. despite the call, the mayor says his opinion has not upits investigation into an inappropriate relationship between a substitute teacher and a washington high school st. student.the district says some into an in and -- an inappropriate relationship. the district said some details in the investigation have to be kept confidential but also said the initial probe in february was not effective. in fact it was not reported to the district at the time the district also said merry beth haglund should have been removed from the substitute teacher list during the investigation. just in. riley's restaurant is reopening
restaurant owned by the same people. riley's is closed this afternoon after a fire badly restaurant was closed at the time -- a manager at moose mcduffy's bar which is right next door called in the fire. the fire department sent every truck and firefighter they had to battle the fire in 90-degree heat.cbs 2 news talked to the owners of both businesses at the scene. "same spot same location -- meeting spot and have fa gatherings here it's quite a loss, such an iconic restaurant" restaurant." "it was scary seeing the firemen with axes and chainsaws and wondering if that was my roof to their roof." roof."one firefighter went to the hospital for heat-related illness -- but he's expected to be okay.the salvation army >> one firefighter went to the
okay. the salvation army was there handing out water and gatorade. investigators say the fire started near a ventilation stan. in iowa city we are getting a look inside the brand-new auditorium. the original auditorium was closed after the floods of 2008. the official ribbon-cutting summer this friday. there's already a list of performances that will take place over the next few months there. you could check that out on a website cbs2iowa.com. coming up on cbs2 news at noon the damage left behind by another late-season hurricane, this time to the west. and flood and flash flood watches are in effect throughout the rest of the day today and through parts of the night tonight because we have the potential to see heavy rainfall that could lead to
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towns of los cabos are cleaning welcome back. people in los cabos are cleaning up after hurricane newton ripped through tuesday. the storm shattered windows and took down trees and knocked out power on the tip of the hot california. newton made landfall as a category one storm with winds of up to 90 miles per hour fortunately it wasn't as bad as the last major storm that hit that area. >> we pray for the a rough one, as you can see. they are out there cleaning and we are just trying to get back -- give back to the community. >>reporter: in 2014 composting looses -- lucas suffered heavy damage and they were hammered by a category three hurricane. we're in the weather center now and we have been getting a lot of rain. we've been talking about flash flooding all morning long.
storm and has actually been sending a lot of moisture to the midwest. that's why it feels very tropical outside. it feels almost like we are both from florida and it feels like you are in florida and it's going to continue to bring the potential for heavy rainfall throughout the day and we are divided now in the area in terms of where we see sunshine and clouds with a stick around and we've warmed up into the 80s. cedar rapids. further to the north stuck in the 70s and really in the south it is getting humid. areawide it as humid. we will continue to feel humidity and bugginess throughout the day because of the tropical moisture in place. it will lead to additional showers and thunderstorms. right now we have activity moving through blackhawk into oelein and pushing to the north and east and a few light showers and it will continue to
keeping my eyes on is this complex near des moines with more widespread rainfall that will continue to move to the north and east and it is developing for the to the south where there is more instability in the atmosphere. near and south of highway 30 is where there could be heavier rain and lightning is the system continues to move to the north and east could bring additional heavy rain. we already saw heavy rainfall in the northeast where bluffton they got upwards of 5.5 inches of rain, dorchester four inches there and close to three inches into corot this morning and are expecting additional rainfall totals through -- in decorah and upwards of five or six inches of rain. there are flash flood watches and effect across the entire
exception of two county's that is due to heavy rainfall and especially in the central part of our area, a close eye for the potential of flash flooding. the brighter green is the potential for flash flooding. we will have the next round move through within the hour and we could see rain fall on and off heavy threw 1:00 p.m. threw 7:00 p.m. and additional showers and thunderstorms develop it is also stayed with the slow moving cold front. once again there is the connection through newton moving through portions of mexico and into portions of the southwest and ascending tropical moisture to the northwest and as this front moves through we continue to have showers and storms we will dry out as we head into thursday and we will have some dry time. friday morning we can see additional development with another cold front moving through iowa on friday.
we have to get through the showers and storms of today. the potential for flooding and muggy weather will get less humid tomorrow and drier. rain chances go back up on friday and for the weekend we have games going on and it's going to be more fall like an nicer for saturday sunday and monday and rain chances go up a bit on tuesday. a good reminder, if you come across flooded roads, avoid them and take a different route. thank yo still ahead, the remarkable story of a boy born with half a heart and how you can help him survive. listen throughout the day for your your weather first score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it.
this sunday - you can help raise money to saves the lives taken by two of the deadliset medical conditions in the country -- heart diease welcome back. is money to save lives taken by two that -- two medical conditions, hardest at -- heart attack and stroke. we have a story you will only see here. >>reporter: when you are five years old you think about what is happening right now. that mindset is especially helpful for the parents of hating graham. to watch hating graham play tackle football you were -- you
different. but his mom knew something was wrong just 12 hours after he was born at mercy medical. >> he would not latch on or stay latched so he slept a lot so i sent him to the nursery and told him to feed him whatever he would eat. and he never came back. >> the nurses called dad the next morning. >> what did they tell you? >> they did not tell me they think it down is quick as you can. >> there concern turned into fear. they said we needed to get into iowa city and we would learn more when we were there. >> essentially half of the heart did not form or is so small it did not function. >> hypoplastic left heart syndrome is in only one of -- in only one of 1000 babies born. >> we can take him home and let him die or put them on the
another baby to die or go through the three steps. three open-heart surgeries. the first it six days old. the second at five months in the third at 3.5 years old. hayden still has only have -- have a heart but thanks to advances his right side is doing all the work. >> 4050 years ago we did not have surgeries available for this picks up kids that were born with this problem when i was born passed away because we could not do >> come join us september 11th at 8:00. >> i've-year-old hayden will be the first ambassador hero to kickoff the heart walk, and the heart of the city. >> we've moved it from kirkwood community college to the empty theater. >>reporter: why did you move it to the applet theater? >> we have a beautiful facility here. we moved into the heart of cedar rapids and the beautiful downtown. >>reporter: money goes to research to help kids stay a
right now mom and dad are hopeful and just trying to keep up. >> he will have half heart, but he has no limit. he doesn't limit himself. he literally is on the run from the time he wakes up in the morning. >> testing at birth would've caught the condition. thanks to the american heart association mandatory in iowa. register for this heart walk on cbs2iowa.com. cbs2iowa.com. coming up at noon, the 20 gallagher: this type of disaster hits, it's like, "man, what do we do? where do we start?" after the flood, when we came in here, there was nothing left. there's no way we're gonna do this ourselves.
welcome back. i am here with courtney from physicians clinic of iowa we talked today about something you hear about all the time around awards season hollywood has made it exciting it is called the vampire facial. it is one of those things what do they do? and we will find out how it works. >> kim kardashian made it famous with in instagram post and she has these little cutout dots and blood coming out and took a photo of that and i just want to say it is not that intense. rest assured we will make it bloodless. >> what is going on? >> they kind of used technology called micro needling. spas
me of aerating your lawn. kind of a roller that goes on the skin and the whole purpose is they thought it would leave divots that your body would heal inducing collagen but really that's not going down deep enough and so we now finally have a way that we can have some medical grade sterile needles that we can actually pulse needles inside the skin and control >> okay so this is what we are looking at. what is this? >> this is the hand device. we have it here. there are -- it's so tiny to see on tv and that's why they are called microneedles. that come through the.and we can kind of go in the little square pattern and choose the steps so we can treat things like acne. so this was first fda approved
touch and we don't have to worry about what skin color you are because we combine this with radiofrequency technology at the we finally have options for patients that we can improve the texturing after they get their acne results. >> that is fascinating. there are other ways you can use this. not just for acne. what are some of the other things? >> if you're thinking about if it works for acne it works for wrinkles. a lot of women and men and jowls, they are really famous, the neckline is famous and ladies this is working for stretch mark. we've never had an option for that in the past and it is working for scarring. even if you had a prior scar that is surgical or if you are child and you fell down and we are talking about just an office based treatment. >> so you have recovery and you
>> you might look a little bit reed. you could put make up on this. kim kardashian just had needles and drawing blood. with this because we have heat with it actually caught arises the blood and so we are taking the two worlds of radiofrequency microneedles and their synergistics and we are the 1st and i ought to offer this. it's nice to put cedar rapids on the matter >> if you would like to contact them where do they need to contact you? >> pc plastic surgery.com check us out on facebook otherwise the telephone number, best way
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