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fox 28 news -- an argument over love turns into attempted murder.we'll tell you who police say pulled the trigger and allegedly tried to cover% up their tracks. tracks.turning the sun into savingngwe just felt that this was the right thing to do."the local company trying to get all the power it needs from up above. above.also tonight, a woman
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finds new w hope in a groundbreaking cancer treatment.i will finish it, and i will win. win.and after years of living in america, these imgrants can now call themselves, americans.unitit states is my dream."we'll show you what made today's cedar rapids ceremony so special for so many. many. but we begin tonight with eastern iowa's plunge back into the deep freeze.there's already advisories out for parts of the viewing area.for the latest... latest...we turn to chief meteorologist terry swails for
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police in cedada rapids tonight say a dispute over a man left one woman with a gunst wound and another behind bars. bars. all happened around 7:30 thursday morning in the 3800 block of 20th avenue southwest.officers say the victim suffered injuries but they are not life-threatening. later, witnesses told police they saw someone throwing an object into the pond at jones park.investigators later recovered a gun from the pond that they belieue was used in the shooting. shooting.tonight, 30-year-old jill sodahl of cedar rapids is in custody, charged with attempted murder.sodahl is being held in the linn county jail. and there's a developihg story tonight about another violent crime in cedar rapaps. rapids.police arrested three men after a home invasion ended in a stabbing.this all happened at a home on dartmouth street southwest. officers say the stabbing victim suffered non-life threatening ininries. injuries.police charged 20
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21-year-old michael jurenic with first degree burglary and second degree one has been charged in connection with the stabbing, but police say their investigation continues.another person at the home was charged with drug possession. now to a story of a new beginning for dozens of immigrants here in the corridor.the nationalalczech and slovov museum and library today hosted its first naturalization ceremony in more than 20 28 news reporter dora miller was on hand for the event eventand she's live right now in cedar rapids where the grgrp of new citizens say the american dream is still alive, dora? there's so much history already in this building... earlier more history was made as 80 men and d men raised their hand to say 'yes, i want to be an american'...and scott as you said, that dream is still alive. alive. nats from speechproud to be an american...they each stand to introduce themselves as new, naturalized citizens.among them -- omer iqbal "i was a citizen of pakistan." who's waited a long time to
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oath"it's hard t texplain at this point, obviously i've been waiting for this day for the last 13 years."he says of all his accomplishments "i'm a physician here this is the biggest one. one."this country has given n a lot and i think now it's time coming that i have to give this country back."nats of singing?iqbal raised his hand with 80 other citizens...promising t tdefend ananlove this country because now it's their own. own."i have a dream because united states is my dream."and while some have already taken steps to live out their dream...others are eager to start working on theirs. theirs."right now, i'm a student. i want to join the college and i hope to find good chance to work and to build my life." life.""i think as long as you're right and you're doing the right things in this country you can ask anything."
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lightly."nobody would like to leave this country because of the things you can get here and the things you can practice here." here.""i'm happy to be an american and i'm feeling so ppy." the museum says they hope to open the ceremony to the public in the future.covererg the corridor in cedar rapids, dora miller fox 28 news dora thanksamong today's naturalized citizens were a number of individuals who came to america from volatile countries.. countries.they include countries such as burma, somalia, sudan and syria.we should point out, that everyone that was sworn in today had already lived in the u-s for at least five years. than that. while the sun wasn't out much today - any bit of sunshine will keep one corridor company's future looking bright.nesper sign advertising in cedar rapids just finished
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hundred panels - making the company almost entirely powered by 28 news reporter steffi lee explains the e impact this s wiwi have. have. you can't miss their funny jokes and amusing sayings driving down i-380. 380.nesper sign advertising crafts electric signs like its very own icococ billboard. billboard."we've automated a lot of our manufacturing facility"ongoing energy use throughout this building - means higher electricity costs. costs. "small businesses medium sized businesses usually pay somewhere near 11 and 14 cents per kilowatt hour" hour""mainly because we're doing things now automated that used to be done by hand." president phil garland says monthly bills averaging near two o thousand dollars motivated him to go solar. solar."to not have ever rising cost - that at some point is paying us back which we think is amazing."after working with cedar rapids-based sitegen solar - nearly two hundred solar panels now cover the company's roof. roof. "it provides pretty
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electricity they use in their shop."after eight years - - "you're saving all of that money that you would otherwise be spending on electricity." nesper will actually make money from designing and making these signs. signs."plus the state incentives and the federal incentives that paid - we just felt that this was the right thing to do."as the lights shine bright down i-380 to brighten up your day - it's also about the power keeping the sign alive. alive."i slowed down to read the jokes - but now i also slow down and look at the solar on the roof."ctc in cedar rapids, steffi lee foxox 28 n ns nesper says it always tries to stay modern with renewable energy.and they'll continue other efforts such as recycling all the products they use to make their signs. somemef iowa's top educators are coming together to take a fresh look at social studies. the iowa department of education says a team will begin work this month on revising the subject's standards.s.a recent survey
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feel the social studies ciriculum needs updating.once the group comes up with a draft, the pubic will have a chance to review it. in linn county, absentee ballots are now available for a pair of ballot issues. issues.voters in the college community and springville school districts are being asked to approve new bond community is also electing a school board member.all the voting information is available on our website.if you prefer to vote on election day, that's set for february second. you'll soon be getting your w-2 form in the mail.that's right, tax season is here.and this year, tax preparers are warning us to beware of people who are *stealing identities before we file. tonight, fox 28 news reporter joy howe has the top 5 tax tips for the year. it's tax time - or as office leader denny fitz at the marion h&r block calls it: refund season says tax time doesn't need to be stressful - and has some
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year, everything goes smoothly. number one - beware of increased fraud. why? who knows. some people are just evil i guess! says nationwide, about 3 million people are being subjfcted to tax fraud, and if someone steals your identity, it'll cause *you headaches with the i-r-s. they don't accept your return, that's how we often find that out or someone used a different wife. we had a guy come in and say 'i'm not married to this person.' so denny says, a quick fix is *number two file *early - -beat the fraudsters to the punch - and change passwords on your computer often, and make them *tough. 13.17.39 just protect your own data, you know? as much as we hate changing passwords and making them long and unintelligible and we can't remember them, but yeah, use the papaword and change it. **tip number three: be prepared for insurance form changes:you may have another tax document in your hand, and it's just to prove that you have your insurance. you'll need your w2 *and most likely a 1095a to prove you have insurance. if you don't, be prepared for a penalty. denny says the average family of four without health insurance, could pay a fine of 2-thousand dollars. the incentives could be a little bit more, they've ramped that up each year tip number four: get the most out of student loans, by getting a second look. maybe it's best for the student to file, maybe it's better if mom and dad do. 13.21.17 there's about 3 ways
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and it just depends on your situation. so the best thing to do is to run it by someone and say 'ok, what if i do this, what if i do that'and finally, tip five, you aren't guaranteed a refund, but there are some things you can do - like changing the amount takekeout your paycheck, to i irease that refund next yeaea we at least make sure that you're looking at everything you have, and whether it will help your tax situation. there are several forms that will help speed up the process, so if you'd like to get a peek at some of the forms you need to take into your tax preparer's office, log onto our website. newbo city market will soon have a new man in charge.scott kruger has been named the new executive director of the cedar rapids organization. kruger, a jefferson high and u-i graduate, has spent many years fundraising and managing other local nonprofits like k-c-c-k radio and the university of iowa law foundation.he'll get started at newbo later this month. investors would like to start his month over... on the fox 28 newew at nine, we recap another
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many still say it's too soon to sound the financial alarm. alarm.and red alert!a corridor company is bringing a piece of star trek tech to life.a sneek
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nine re mama sure to join us monday for fox 28 morning live.super sunday is getting closer, and many football fans are already planning their big game party. party.we'll get a look at some food options you can enjoy for the biggest game of the year. that's monday on fox 28 morning live. it's a sound that has signaled doom and gloom so far this year.
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official name -- correction. it's a term used when a stock index loses at least ten percent from its rent high. high.and a a correction is exactly what's happening to all major u-s just ten days of trading, ey're all down at least eight percent. besides china's economic slowdown and crashing oil prices, experts warn there are growing concerns about consumer spending and corporate profits.but industry watchers say a lot of the volatility is fueled by fear, and not facts.that's why few if any are forecasting another major recession like the one that started in 2008. there's more bad news, this time from retail giant walmart. the company will close nearly 270 stores. stores.that list of closings does *not* include any iowa locations.c-e-o doug mcmillon called the momo necessary to grow a profitable company. an embattled restaurant chain is shutting down all of its
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hours.chipotle will use the closings to retrain staff. this, after a series of outbreaks were linked to the chain involving sickened customers.e-coli, salmonella and norovis outbreaks were all traced back to chipotle in several parts of the country. on february 8th, every employee will meet to discuss food safety. cedar rapids-based rockwell collins is working on technology made famous by 'star trek.' trek.'they're working on a real-life version of the holodeck.of course, it's not as elaborate as on the sci-fi show, but rockwell collins hopes it will improve training for aerospace technicians ananhere in the world.the company hopes within five years, employees can work on virtual aircraft in a computer generated hangar with simulated equipment.although costly now, the company says the technology could save millions in training costs in
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next on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.a closer look at some groundbreaking work giving lung cancer patients a new
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28 news at nine continues. someone just got a free 6" subway sandwich. just text offers to 782929 to sign up for weekly text offers. and you'll get a free 6-inch sub
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. b bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. cigarettes is the leading cause of lung cancer.but it's not the onlylycause.tonight, fox 28 news shows you some groundbreaking research helping to treat this deadly disease.reporter mark koelbel has more... tonight's to your health report. report. i was only 35 and i was in the best physical condition of my life.molli graham has never smoked a day in her life...i
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when she was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2012... it was devastating news...lung cancer is deadly, and that was my first instinct, that i was going to die.molli transfered to huntsman cancer institute... where she started working with doctor wallace can see tt more recent scans here.who is leading research into non smoking lung cancer...these non smoking lung cancers tend to happen in younger people. and because these patients don't smoke... it's hard to catch...these people went out of their way to do the right thing and avoid cigarettes, and they still ended up with the cancer associated with tobacco 17:29when molli was first diagnosed... she had part of her lung removed... but the cancer spread...shsh was given a year to live... until doctor akerley put her on a gene mutation specific therapyi take it twice a day and it works wonders so far. it's fighting molli's cancer... and changing her life...i'm back to running, i'm active, i feel good again so good that last september...
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just like a marathon, it's the marathon of my life.i will finish it, and i will salt lake city, utah, mark koelbel reporting. doctor akerley says there have been several new therapies for non smoking lung cancer and there is a potential hereditary risk to these types of cancers... but more research is needed. just ahead on the fox 28 news at nine.'s a presidential press on the campaign trail as bill clinton returns to eastern iowa.hear what he had to say in support of hillary tonight in coralville. coralville.and it's sometimes hard to demonstrate just how cold it could get this weekend. but we think this picture does it justice.we'll explain -- when the fox 28 news at nine continues. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share.
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and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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second time in as many weeks,
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the corridor, in hopes of securing a caucus victory for his wife.we'll take you to coralville for bill clinton's latest campaign stop. but first, eastern iowa won't just go below freezing again, we're going well below zero. and it couldreach dangerous levels in the days ahead. ahead.for more we turn to chief meteorologist terry
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terry thanks.if you need a a reminder of how dangerous cold weather like this can be, the d-n-r shared a powerful image. image.take a look at this photo from two years ago, posted by the d-n-r this week on their facebook shows a trout at the decorah fish hatchery that jumped out of the water and into negative
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temperatures froze the fish to the aluminum baffle on the wall of the raceway.a reminder of just how dangerous conditions could be in the coming days. terry to tonight's vote 2016 coverage. coverage.polls are showing a tight race in iowa between former front runner hillary clinton and vermont sentor bernie sanders.that's likely part of the reason clinton's huband, former president bill clinton, has played a bigger role in her campaign recently. recently.the former president met with supporters in coralville tonight.clinton said hillary would produce results as president and fight against the constant gridlock in washington. "more than anything else we need somebody who will start with where we are and start making good things happen. in a way that gives us inclusive prosperity, inclusive social policies and a politics we can live with . nothing like a good argument nobody's right all the time but sooner or later, you've got to get the show on the road." road."clinton's daughter
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campaign stops this weekend in eastern iowa.and pop star demi lovato will make an appearance with candidate clinton in iowa city next week. on the republican side, political rookie donald trump seemed to escape another debate without any significant damage to his presidential bid. once again, the business mogul is holding on to unwavering support despite his strong, and oftentimes, controversial 28 news national correspondent jeff barnd takes a closer look at the trump phenomenon. phenomenon. for months nowa& he has spoken his mind."im gonna build a wall"*always* controversial"mexicans rapists" with the iowa caucus just 2 weeks awaya& gop front-runner donald trump is *still*a& maintaining his g-o-p lead in most political polls. with thursday's debate under his belta& and no damage done in his performancea& political analysts admit the trump bubble will *not* be bursting anytime soona&" pundits are
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history. one would think that trump would not have endured as long as he has""i don't think we were wrong about donald trump. i think we were wrong about donald trump voters.""but at the end of the day he's speaking to voters that no one else is speaking to." experts lay-out two main scenerios that could *still hurt trumpa& one isa& as the republican field of candidates shrink, the large number of undecided voters will gravitate to the *other* gop candidates and level the playing field. *or* the *scores* of trump voters turning out in droves to his ralliesa& will stay home on election day.'they might turn out in droves they might nota& i think that's what we're all waiting to see. it's the million dollar question:" when it counts, trumpmp *clearly* savvy in the debate arenaa&in thursday's debate against formidable opponent senator ted cruz , cruz *questioned* trump's home town of nyc.. and it's *values* for being too progressive. a somber trump was readya& citing 9/11." we rebuilt downtown manhatten and everybody in the world watched
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loved ny and loved new yorkers. and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made." experts say donald trump has survived every gaffe that *would've* brought down other candidates.rosie o'donnel"his ability to say what he wants and not be held hudak told jeff that trump's surviving his *outlandish* remarks in the pasta& is either the result of a media that's not doing it's joba& or a politician who is exceptionally savvy. one former in the field today.south carolina's lindsey graham backed jeb bush's quest for the g-o-p nomination.although graham didn't find much support himself, his endorsement could give bush a chance to compete in the battleground state of south carolina. senator graham is also speaking out about the current president and his efforts to close the prison at guantanamo bay.
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'enemy combatants' still in custody. that's down from a high of 800 suspected combatants following the u-s led invasion of afghanistan in 2001.during his state of the union address, president obama repeated his campaign promise to shut the terror prison down. i will keep working to shut down the prison at guantanamo. it is expensive, it is unnecessary, and it only serves as a recruitment brochure for our enemies. the drawdown at guantanamo is drawing attacks from members of congress.. who told sharyl attkisson of fox 28's full measure.. that it's the republican led congress, not the president, who will decide gitmo's fate. anybody who believes now is the time to close guantanamo bay y delusional, and i would say this is a further sense of president obama's delusion about how the war is actually going. sharyl: you're calling president obama delusional on this. graham: yeah. totally. he's totally delusional about
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mideast. state of play in the mideast. you can see more on the debate over closing guantanamo bay.. and hear from someone who helped capture the enemy combatantsa& on full measure with sharyl attkisson, this sunday morning at nine, right here on fox 28. coming up in sports... the best of the best in the mississippi valley conference... on one court in iowa city... we have hoops highlights next... and on the mat... iowa looks to continue their domination of the badgers... it's coming up on fox 28... she's always stood strong... get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit
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i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world.
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future hawkeyes... iowa city west's connor mccaffery dueling with linn-mar's jordan bohannon... but instead... fran's son is out with a concussion... still... there was plenty on the line in iowa city... both of these mississippi valley teams are ranked in the top ten... and the fans came out to see a show... second half... linn-mar leading and looking to add on... jordan bohannon... oh my goodness... shakes the defender and drills the three... but west got it humming quickly... good halfcourt set here and a layup for nate barnes... and the kids kept coming... in transition... fasten your seatbelt... wali parks thows it down... a violent dunk... trojans get a big win, 77-71... iowa city lost to the trojans last week... they laced it up at xavier tonight... second quarter... little hawks up seven... and now they're up ten... nile ringen shows off the stroke... and shuts up the crowd... the saints can shoot it though.... matt mims drives and kicks to mitchell burger... and he's silky
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at the end of the half... mims gets into the lane and gets the floater to fall... that cut the city lead to nine... and xavier all the way back in the fourth... they win, 59- 52... solon hosting rival and number ten mount vernon tonight...and the mustangs -- roaring out of the gate -- opening seconds of the game -- jackie murray with the drive and the long lob for two to put mount vernon on the board ...but it would not be an easy one for the 'stangs -- solon's josie durr with the uncontested three to pull the spartans ahead early first -- and so the mustangs through it into horsepower -- murray to kaitlyn volesky down low -- mount vernon wins 62-46 tom brands and iowa wrestling have dominated wisconsin over the years... winning 36 of the last 37 meetings... but if you believe what the hawkeyes said earlier this week... they won't be overlooking the badgers... burak at 197 pounds... he gets a hold of the leg there... he
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periods... burak wins a major decision, 20-7... now to thomas gilman at 125... he continued to dominate... he gets a takedown there... gilman wins by tech fall... and then the premier match of the night... cory clark and ryan taylor...clark gets his leg loose to complete the takedown... and he wins 7-3... iowa up big... 24-nothing ... current match is at 165... in d-3 wrestling... coe rolled out the mats for a dual with augustana tonight... jan rosenberg got off to a good start at 125 pounds... he gets the early takedown here... but eventuallye would fall to jimmy panozzo... but the kohawks never flinched... at 133 pounds... mike gussarson with the vicious takedown... plus injury points... gussarson gets coe on the board with a 7-zip win... then at 141... cedar rapids native trey schuler picks up three points with a near fall... he wins easily... coe wins big,
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u-n-i wrestling hit the road tonight... and hung with the number 12 team in the country... but doug schwab and the panthers fall just short... virginia tech wins... 19-15 is the final tally from blacksburg... up next in sports... the hawkeyes get a big spartan off their back on thursday in east lansing... we talk iowa hoops next... announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan
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the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible
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did... it... and we did... as for iowa state and u-n-i... both teams badly need victories... and both teams will have a chance to get them on saturday... the cyclones
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the big twelve... they play at kansas state tomorrow... u- n-i's also lost three of four... they host loyola at the mcloud center at three o'clock on saturday.. . the u-n-i women stayed hot on friday night... winning their third straight conference game... they top illinois state, 65-51... next up... indiana state at home on sunday... the nation's best college football programs *expect* to lose underclassmen to the n-f-l draft... places like alabama and ohio state... but not at northern iowa... so the news out of cedar falls on thursday night was stunning... junior linebacker brett mcmakin is declaring for the n-f-l draft... he's the first player in panther history to enter the draft with a year of eligibility remaining... mcmakin led u-n-i in tackles last season... with 123... the pack will be back in arizona on saturday... for a rematch with the cardinals... green bay got clobbered by the cards just three weeks ago... 38 to 8... but the packers got
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against the redskins... and they feel like they're ready for a rematch in the desert... "for the most part, we just didn't show up ready to play.that's what's great about the postseason: you get another opportunity -- and right now we're one-and-oh." oh.""anytime you get the chance to come back and play a team that the first game didn't go so well... it gives the guys a litle more drive to wanna go out and want to finish." the hottest team in the a-f-c meets the dynasty of the a-f-c on saturday in foxboro... the chiefs haven't lost since october 18th... but tomorrow... it's the ultimate test... against the patriots and bill belichick... the good news for k-c... rob gronkowski is questionable with a knee injury... the bad news is... they still have to stop tom brady... "he's gonna bring his a-game. he's a great quarterback. i'm just focused on making sure our guys are rready to go -- making sure we're focused on our game plan. and just understand that he's a top- notch quarterback." quarterback.""licking my chops it's a helluva quarterback who's back there -- it doesn't matter if tom brady's back there or not. as a whole, we
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what we're trying to do ' that's a check of sports -- terry has a last check of your
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at nine watching your fox 28 news at nine.have a great there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes,
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then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. get fired up for a brand new edition of panther sports talk! today we sit down with ben
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