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10 -- the steps to three are taking to ease the burden on its officers. >> listening to the deaf community. >> with think it comes from a lack of awareness. why the casting of a local plate is causing so much controversy while at the same time creating an opportunity for the entire community. >> now the corridor top stories . this is cbs two news 10 at 10. >> first at 10 it was a dry day but rain is headed back to eastern iowa. >> meteorologist terry swails joins us now. >> we have time to prepare i'm thinking by tomorrow afternoon some showers will be back in the forecast. right now skies are mostly clear and the temperature is at 67. the winds are called.
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you can see a friend to the south of us in a disturbance coming up in another one coming from the north and will emerge over the midwest. that brings class to the area. on our predictor there could be a few showers by morning. should have breaks for dry weather during the day and some additional showers tomorrow evening. with high school football there is a chance that some of those games could see some wet weather . lisa temperatures will be miles around 73. we will have the rest of the forecast in a few minutes.>> university of iowa students now have the option to step up to the challenge of being a police officer. >> every year the police hires students to work along them to keep the campus safe. this year they are expanding his duties. dora miller joins us with the plan to this school year. >> if a part-time gig with full- time responsibilities.
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enforcement. >> a police officer's job is rarely ever finished so at the university of iowa officers have started recruiting a helping hand. >> it is a chance for them to experience a real job. also add to their resume. >> the on campus police department has hired students to work part-time. >> criminology will have a great opportunity to see what we are asked to perform more security s duties "we have students that will be working at night at the dorms helping us walk through the dorms, maintaining the safety and security of our students, help us unlock the buildings and get our day ready" ready." "in addition, we're going to be having students at our special events, football, b" we will also have students work a special events. >> i think it's good for them.
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uniform they will not be walking around with guns in handcuffs. >> i think it's great as long as students don't have weapon. maybe a walkie-talkie or a time i think that will be effective. >> university of iowa police department with any one with any major can apply. they're looking to apply -- bill 70 more positions at this time. dora miller cbs news 10 at 10. >> wells fargo is being hit with a opening fake accounts to satisfy field-goal. the company has fired 5300 employees. federal authorities are forcing the company to compensate customers who have to pay fees. some of the fired employees say they were under pressure to meet sales goals. list of top 10 best states for bank health. the personal
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marks for the number of banks and it's financial leverage. right now, iowa is home to 300 banks - but like many states that number is dropping.the worst places for banking - maryland and washington, d.c. d.c.if you'd like to see how other states fared head to our website - cbs 2 iowa dot com. in the race for the white house - donald trump will return to iowa next week. week.the republican nominee will hold a rally at the seven flags events center in clive on tuesday.doors open at nine inhe is scheduled to be noon.this is trump's third visit to the state since the republican national convention in july. july.for ticket information, just head to our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. hillary clinton took no time attacking trump today on the campaign trail.this just a day after the two candidate participated in the commander in chief forum.the former secretary of state took aim at trump's foreign policey proposals and blasted his
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valdimir putin. iowa carries just six electoral votes in a presidential election.270 are required to win the white house and with a race so tight, every vote counts. counts.according to the latest iowa poll -right now, donald trump holds a one point lead over hillary clinton in iowa. it is among the closest contests between the two in the entire country. country.but that's not to say the race isn't close in other battleground states.in tonight's beyond the podium report - cbs 2 news chief political correspondent scott thuman -- talks ohio. ---(package)---if you're wondering where elections are won or lost, some argue, you're looking at it: ohio. the bellwether state with nail- biters like clark county outside of columbusa&where only 354 votes of 61-thousand, separated mitt romney and president obama. so candidates are competing for every one of them.- (0097-brandon u.) "we get like 17 phone calls a day on our home phone."-(0098-sandy) "me: did you really unplug your phone? her: yeah i did, for
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winning strategya&and maybe moreso since swing state polls show virginia and colorado may be a tad ?less? in playa&meaning candidates are all-in, here. -(trump) "we're going to bring jobs back to ohio"(clnton) "nats of crowd cheering for clinton"-and spending millions on ads, second only to florida.- (scott-1023-standup) if clark county is any indication as to how the rest of ohio feels, then ?both? candidates have their work cut out for them---the mood here on main street, hardly optimism"-in this town in need of an economic boost, some say, neither candidate provides a reason, to rally.- (harry, 1013-05) "does it make you feel like not voting? yeah."-(998-sandy) "nobody plans on voting that i speak to."-(0097-brandon r.) me: "um, i may votea&but uh, it just depends."-(scott) "how much do you worry about that disassociation that people are that fed up?"-(trump) "well i don't think people are fed up. i think people are very excited about us, a&.i can tell you i think we're leading
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ohio, they're excited about where leading ohio by four points. i think they are excited about what we are doing. we're going to bring jobs back and take care of education. tensions are running high on the korean peninsula. peninsula.just about an hour ago a five-point-three magnitude earth quake hit north korea.south korea's military says it's investigating whether this seismic activity was caused by a nuclear test in the north. location as a nuclear test in january.this would be the rouge country's fifth test of a nuclear weapon. the deaf community is communicating their feelings tonight -- about a cedar rapids theatre production featuring a deaf character, portrayed by someone who can actually hear. last night, fox 28 news anchor jenee ryan spoke with the theatre about the controversy. controversy.she joins us now to explain why the controversy can actually become an opportunity for the entire
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karen, scott the real problem here - according to members of the local deaf community that i met with today - isn't solely that a deaf person wasn't cast to play the deaf character -- it's ?why no deaf actors walked through these doors for auditions. actors can only audition for parts they know about. theatre cedar rapids artistic director leslie charipar says they advertised the casting calls for "tribes" as they would with other plays. 173252 leslie- i think the issue is did we do enough to get >> i think the issue is if we did enough for deaf actors to audition. >> jennifer king with community has says no. deaf people. asl would be the native language. language. she also says the theatre didn't take advantage of local resources to reach out to deaf actors. 064226 we believe that any injustices tcr may have committed were not intentional. we think it just
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lack of understanding what resources are available and not undesrtanding options avialbale to them. going forward - keaton says the deaf community wants to build a relationship with tcr. to start - they'd like a deaf mentor to help with the production. 063927 a deaf person can really provide illustrations, real world experience to the actors into what the life of a deaf person is really like. this could especially benefit justin heins - cast as the main deaf character - billy. 064437 justin, please find us, you know, i when i say us, the deaf community, to chat, to have coffee together, i think you can learn a lot from the deaf community, so use us. keaton hopes this all turns into a positive experience for a i think you can learn a lot from the deaf community so use this. >> she hopes this all turns to a positive experience for a better future. >> i think there's opportunity for the deaf community and i think this is an opportunity what happened here and why it was a controversy and we can
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and i have an update tongiht - keaton says that today - leaslie charper - with tcr- did reach out to her and now they have a meeting scheduled for tomorrow.doors open for tribes here at theatre cedar rapids on october 21st. covering the corridor live in cedar rapids jenee ryan fox 28 news now ten at ten continues with a look at tonigh stories across the corridor. september is national suicide prevention awareness month and an expert in the field of suicide prevention came to the university of iowa tonight. kevin briggs is credited with keeping hundreds of suicidal people from jumping off the golden gate bridge in california.briggs says in many cases people just need someone to talk to - and someone to listen.we have resources here in the corridor to help.the johnson county crisis center handles suicide calls.
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know needs help - we have contact information for you on cbs-2-iowa-dot-com. right now - hiring is taking ple placefor a new cedar rapids grocery store.colorado-based natural grocers will soon be opening on blairs ferry road. the chain specializes in organic groceries.a grand opening is scheduled for november.the company also has plans to open locations in iowa city and cedar falls next year. two popular food names are teaming up in iowa city. city.bruegger's jamba juice will open a new location next week.the new location on riverside drive - will open across the street from a new 96-unit apartment complex.this is the first time both companies have opened a co-branded location. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minut. minutes.still to come... come..."the raising of this flag restored some humanity, it restored some hope."
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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. whether they were democrat or republican. she took the bull by the horns, saw a problem that needed to be solved, and she solved it.
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>> you can tell we are excited about the cy-hawk game coming up . >> i like the way the forecast is shaping up. this will be a good game and always is. temperatures should be around 67 degrees. skies will be mostly clear. i don't see the weather being an issue. let's take a look at the rain that fell around the area last night especially they rolled from west to east across highway 30. it did drop some rain. some parts of cedar rapids as much as 3 inches. tonight that system has moved to the south of us but is lurking in missouri.
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approaching from northwest in both of these will come together and bring close to the region. by tomorrow there will be showers in the forecast. here's today's high temperatures and it's nice and warm out there. cedar rapids at 83. still some 70s up north. the court did not get above 77 degrees. current temperatures are cooling down pretty good. in our northern counties it's also monticello with that temperature. the dew points are back in the 60s around eastern iowa. that's down from yesterday. that tropical moisture is lurking in missouri and coming back at us to make a humid afternoon. that will lead to showers and thunderstorms. this is what's left of newton
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that energy should bring heavy rains south to the missouri. this will come across minnesota and that one should drink heavy rains to northern iowa, minnesota and wisconsin. there could be a split in eastern iowa with heavy rains to the south and some to the north. in northeastern iowa could be closer to the northern stream system. you may see heavier rains there. elsewhere the amounts are looking manageable. as far as temperatures for tomorrow our readings should be in the upper 70s to lower 80s as we get into the afternoon hours. you can see the moisture working its way back to eastern iowa. that will be there to help the showers produce the rain as they come through during the afternoon and evening. that system does move by quickly. saturday and sunday the rain is out of the forecast.
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looks like low temperatures upper 50 in the north and 60s in the south. tomorrow there will be a few clouds and also showers. the best chance for showers would be early in the day and then late in the afternoon and into tomorrow night. we do think they will be gone by saturday morning and we will clear out skies and have a high of 71. sunday looks excellent at 74. warm monday. then fall like temperatures for wednesday when her highs may not get out of the 60s and was will be in the 40s. >> next has some unique pieces of art are helping people remember the september the
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nearly 15 years later - >> 15 years later the countries remembering the september 11 attacks on the world trade center. >> the twin towers in 2001 thousand the people witness the horror. many of the artist in new york. kenneth craig shows us the unique art that is helping people heal. >> i came up. after the first attack. >> this is where this artist
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collapse. >> my wife was with me said your job is to witness. you are in artists. your job is to paint. >> did you struggle with that? >> i accepted that. >> he photographed, sketch and painted the days events. they eventually became a series called witness. he rubbed the debris into his art. >> he allowed to have a physical connection. >> another artist witnessed the attacks and channeled his pain paintbrush. >> i know a lot of artist who saw that. you could not get those images out. >> now for the 15th anniversary, many artists who share a unique
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work at the national september 11 memorial museum. both artists a painting with the only thing that help them move forward. stone has only painted 9/11 related work since the attack. >> i heard you say you never make our to feel good. >> yes. we tried to do it to avoid feeling bad. that was it for me. >> he now paints from his studio from the 67th floor of the new world trade kenneth craig cbs news new york. >> memorials attributes will be held around the country this weekend. >> a symbol of hope has come help to ground zero. emergency responders raise this american flag hours after the september 11 attacks. a few days later the flag disappeared for 13 years.
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it into a fire station in washington state. police officers spent two years authenticating this piece of american history. no one knows how the flag ended up on the other side of the country but it has now been donated to the 9/11 memorial and museum. before we go to break here's a look at the fountain where the world trade center towers once stood. more than 3000 people lost their lives when the twin towers collapsed. the names engraved ground zero. we will be right "is that credit karma again?" ground zero. we will be right back. "just wanna see if my score changed..you wanna check yours?" "scores don't change that much. i haven't changed."
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>> now cbs to sports with zach hanley. >> this time last year the kernels got hot suing the best to the midwest championship series. the kernels win in game two luis soraya's sense of paper to left to tie the game up. later in the inning it's travis block and more. kevin millar and success have gone hand in hand for the past 16 years. if not all the ways that miller
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person his players become. kevin millar is player of the week. >> tradition means everything. >> we're going to first right now. >> there's a responsibility to carry on the tradition. >> spartan motto we want to be excellent in a it catches more than passes on the field. >> creates opportunity for young people to find out who and what they are about.>> a game and a man that are building better people one step at a time. us so long." long." "when i leave here i hope that i've created an army
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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 invitational at seminole valley -- the girls started first -- and from the start -- it was all gabbi skopec of -- she finished first 19 it was cappy of ic west. the boys site it was lynn and ryan murphy pulling away late to finish first one second under 16 minutes. 16 minutes. stay with cbs to
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the bitter cy-hawk rivalry will be on f >> cy-hawk rivalry will be on saturday night. today hawkeyes and cyclones came together to fight a common fault. alumni from both teams teamed up to donate 5000 meals the first year of the event. that game on saturday is sold out. >> i can't imagine why. >> we were all at the game last year. it was fine. >> the weather will be good for that but not so much tomorrow.
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