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farmers have not heard anything. >> there have been hogs on this farms for 50 plus years. we are a family operation. >> reporter: that depends on your operation of take. >> we are at 1500 females and we will probably go to 3000. the expansion. it is under the number to require regulations and people are concerned. >> this is miles away from the city and it will impact neighbors and schools. >> when you are talking about a concentration of animals, it changes things.
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neighbors and they don't think this will be a change. >> we have been existing here for 10 years and no issues there and we don't expect any issues going forward. >> reporter: does not need county approval. >> they review it and they are the ultimate decider on whether or not this family farm and expand. >> to stay competitive and as long as he gets approval he will move forward the spring. see bj reports features news you can bank on. chase castle is live from the business journal. i found the first item to be surprising. >> reporter: it's not new york or california but actually iowa
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banking. there are about 300 banks in the state and like most, the number is shrinking but the analysts say it is happening at a slower rate and it has a solid tier 1 leverage. that is a positive sign. another top performer was nebraska which came on number 4 . you may be be local. >> we are hearing that a new grocery store is coming to the corridor. >> reporter: that is a colorado- based healthy chain. they held interviews this afternoon and allocation is scheduled to open in november. they specialize in vitamins and nutritional statements and next year they plan to open a
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that spot will be at the corner of gilbert street and highway 6. just west of the area, two other familiar names are pairing up. location on the west side of riverside drive.those will be across the street from a 96-unit apartment complex that opened last mo also targeting in upcoming renovations as part of the riverfront crossings master expect to see more walkways, streetlights and a lot of other improvements in that area very soon. soon. chase catle reporting from the c-b-j. nasa is launching a first-of-its-kind mission right now. now.we take you live now to
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canaveral in florida for the launch of osiris rex- a robotic asteroid hunter going on a seven- year mission.the goal is to bring back samples from an asteroid called bennu (ben-ew). the billion-
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will take about two years just to reach the asteroid.once the spacecraft reaches the asteroid it'll vacuum up asteroid it'll reaches the spacecraft once the asteroid. reach the years just to about two will take dollar mission
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in our vote 2016 coverage-- donald trump announced today his plan to head back to iowa. iowa.the republican presidential candidate will be in des moines on tuesday for a rally.this will be the third
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iowa since becoming his party's for democrat hillary clinton, she is speaking in north carolina and kansas city, missouri today. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to participate in inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to take part in interviews. we want to hear tell us what you want to hear from the candidates you can share your thoughts on email or facebook. today a man with a special skill is here. he stopped more than 200 people from taking their lives at the golden gate bridge. melanie sat down with him to find out what he plans to share and more about our local resources. >> reporter: there are people who do this work every day here
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sometimes the calls are about food or financial needs and other times they help people who need to regain hope. kevin worked with the california highway patrol near the golden gate bridge for 17 years. he identified hundreds of people who needed someone to listen to them. if you need someone to talk to come to cbs to >> don't tell someone. medical education research facility at the university of iowa.everyone is welcome. covering the corridor in iowa city, mellaney moore, cbs 2 news. right now - a casting choice by theatre cedar rapids is shaking things up in the deaf community. a hearing actor will portray a deaf character in the upcoming play "tribes." last night, cbs 2 news talked
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auditioned.tonight, we sit down with a member of and advocate for the local deaf she hopes to use this situation to build bridges. bridges.coming up tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. buses across iowa are getting some updates. congressman dave loebsack announced the iowa dot will get more than four million dollars from the u-s department of transportation. the money will be used to update buses across iowa.more specifically- the money will be used to replace buses go to more rural areas. loebsack says having the ability to operate buses in more rural areas and connect people to urban communities helps for growth across the state. the state's largest rivalry is teaming up to fight hunger. hunger.more than three hundred thousand iowans go hungry each . day.the university of iowa and iowa state alumni associations are donating meals to the food bank of - they held a pep rally in downtown des
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spirit and also see who could donate the most far - they've raised enough for five thousand meals "you know they call this hate week - but all we've felt this week is love - we feel that iowans come together with love for their neighbors - they see the people around them in need and they step up to make sure people have enough." enough."this is the first year they've held this event.the goal is to collect ten thousand meals. still to come on cbs 2 news at , six,encouraging excellence on who's teaching more than the x's and o's of football.
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z2z23p3puzuz z z1212fz y23puy y12fy i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. there's a race going on right now. the world's clean energy super power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america.
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z2z23p3pvzvz z z1212fz y23pvy y12fy tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. one of the biggest symbols of recovering after 9/11 went missing soon after. after.learn all about the mystery about where it went -- and where it is now.tomorrow morn it is a good day today. we have some rain tomorrow. we have been hearing about this over here. >> we are not done with it entirely. we will get to that in a moment.
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conditions with 81 our temperature. the dew point is down to 64. that is a big drop from yesterday. the wind is out of the northwest at six miles per hour. the rain came down last night. here's a sampling of the totals. in southwestern cedar rapids reports came in of over three inches of rain. you can see many parts of eastern looking at three inches. maybe a little bit northeast of there. the rain clouds are gone. another weather system is getting set to roll in from the southwest is that comes towards us and clout to be on the increase and it will bring thunderstorms later tomorrow afternoon and evening.
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it was cool in the north with temperatures in the 70s but further to the south it got warmer and iowa city made it to 85. our current readings are showing 80s for cedar rapids and points to the south and holding in the upper 70s in the northeast. here is the dew points. it is not good in the south with upper 60s in the southern in the next 24 hours leaving the chance for under storms. the disturbance has tropical moisture. this is what is left of newton. it is moving toward us. these will consolidate around the midwest in the next 24 hours and we will develop low- pressure across iowa and wisconsin.
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shows the rainfall totals not overly bad over much of eastern iowa but in eastern iowa they might go up. there is the moisture from newton to the south and the other area. as far as temperatures tomorrow, readings will be back in the upper 70s too low 80s and the dew points will start to climb an afternoon. the forecast for tonight is generally around 65 degrees across the area and cause will be building. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy conditions with scattered showers and storms in the late afternoon. it is warmest in the southern counties. as the rain is moving out by saturday it will be a cold day
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wednesday of next week. we will hear from both players and the match up next. terrorism alert desk in washington, i'm michele marsh raid in london is believed to have broken up an isis terror p and early morning raid in london has broken up a terror plot. a 19-year-old and 20-year-old were arrested suspected of pairing a terrorist act. new details were given. sunday marks 15 years's
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forensic tests, it was determined to be ?the? flag and is now on display at the national september eleventh memorial and museum in new york.(??on cam??)there are the national memorial in new york.
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to saturday's cy-hawk showdown -- there's one matchup that everyone will be watching -- iowa's when it comes to saturday's
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both will probably be playing on sundays soon -- and their game with in the game -- will be worth the price of admission -- it's king's crafty-ness versus lazard's size and speed -- and both guys know -- what makes the kings craftiness versus the size and speed. >> i would say we will go out and b physical. it will be tough. that is the only way that will make you better and get better as the season progresses. >> he is not as tall as me but he is a tremendous athlete that makes up for his size. >> don't forget to check out i on the hawks. we will break down all things iowa starting at six calling 30.
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week tradition means everything at sn solon"you have a target on your back all the time, everyone wants to play solon..." solon....""there's responsibility to carry on the tradition... and so everyone comes out here and everyones thinking that." that."and the spartan motto -- "we want to be all that we do."catches more than passes on the field field "that's why i love the game of football. it creates opportunities for young people to find out truely what they are about."a game -- and a man -- that are building better people -- one snap at a time... "take away the x and o's part of the game he's really guiding us to be a better person... he teaches work ethic and all about developing as a man .. developing as a person... you know because
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us so long." long." "when i leave here i hope that i've created an army of soldiers --- that will make a difference long after i'm gone... and if that's the case... i'll tell you what, there's no championship in the world that will ever replecate that."because it's all about leaving the world in a better place -- "he is the perfect role model for a young man."and kevin miller is well on his way let's run -- cedar rapids cross country seminole valley -- the girls started first -- and from the start -- it was all gabbi skopec of iowa city west -- she set the pace for nearly the entire race and took first place -- the women of troy also took home the team title.the boys were up next -- and this quickly became a battle between linn- mar and marion -- and it was ryan murphy winning for the lions -- the p-hawks won the title title.
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the 50th anniversary of star trek.on saturday, the 50th anniversary of star trek and on saturday the post office will dedicate the new star trek forever stamps and iowa. riverside is the future birth
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costume. >> there will be a lot of costumes. i have clouds coming in and tomorrow the we have scattered showers and storms. >> enjoy the break while w 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. people like monica vernon really fought to get the assistance that led to the recovery. it took vision. it took courage. there is a true community spirit. i don't think she asked anybody after the flood whether they were democrat or republican. she took the bull by the horns,
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great again". but trump made his shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. and his suits in mexico. in fact, the real donald trump outsourced his products and jobs to 12 different countries. so don't believe the hat.
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y23puy y12fy . a network news anchor's alcoholic confessions. elizabeth vargas opens up about rehabs, blackouts, and the moment with her young child that will haunt her forever. forgive myself. >> then, a fashion show disaster, models fainting, boots breaking, what was kanye thinking? plus, an et first look, is ben affleck's movie a must-see ?


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