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drama "let's addresss the elephant *not* in the room tonight.highlights from the final g-o-p debate in iowa, without the g-o-p front runner. runner.shots ring out in a cedar rapids neighborhood.what police are saying tonight about the latest cedar rads shooting. shooting.preparing for the zika virus."using mosquito precautions is going to be extremely mportant."what experts want you to know about the risk now and in the future. future.and preparing for the later years.i think maybe i was surprised i actually lived this long.what you need to know before y y become a senior citizen. citizen. fox 28 news begins with a pivotal night in the race for president taking place right now.in four days, iowans will st the first votesesn the nation. nation.right now, a slew of republican candidates are in des moines to debate for the final time before the caucuses -- with one notable exception. exception.front runner donald trump backed out of tonight's debate because fox newswsould not remove moderator megyn kelly.trump was not pleased with her questions during a
we'll have more on that later in this newscast. newscast.we start tonight's vote 2016 covevege cocoragewith fox 28 news anchor and host of 'iowa in focus' kevin barry, live outside the debate hall in des moines, kevin? scott and karen, with arguably the most visible candidate off the stage tonight, several others looking for support tried to take advantage with waucus vote. vo.with isis inspired attacks popping up in many different regions of the world - the fox news debate took a turn towards national security. they all want to keep the united states safe - but the way they'd do it is where the biggest divides are. - the only budget that ted has ever voted for is a budget that rand paul sponsored that brags about cutting defense spending. spending. - whut regan did was began with tax reform and regulatory reform, unleashing the engine fo the american free enterprise system, it brought booming economic growth and that growth refueld
the exact same thihi ot defeat radical islamic terrorism. terrorism.of course the candidates *did* have a lot to say about donald trump's decision to skip tonight's debate.i'll have more on that coming up in our next half hour.in des moines, kevin barry, fox 28 news. kevin thanks.besides all the political stops, warmer weather is moving into iowa. iowa.chief meteorologist terry swails tells us how warm we're going to get getin the cbs 2 weather first forecast. temperatures will continue to warm up the next few days. today highs were we above freezing across eastern iowa with a few clouds. clouds will
have some clearing. temperatures will fall tonight to near 20. 20. terry thanks.right now... now...cedar rapids police are investigating a shooting on the uoutheast side. side.officeru were called to a home near 15th street d bever avenue around 3:30 this afternoon.fox 28 news has learned that one man was shot but their condition is unknown. authorities have not said whether anyone hasasbeen today's shooting. part of fighting crime is preventing offenders but going time again. again.in johnson county, leaders went a long way t t examine options other than hard time in prison.fox 28 -- has tonight's connects against
leaders in johnson county are bringing back some ideas from san antonio police.san antonio deploys a technique called referred to as cit, which is crisis intervention team. markus says insteaof what may be considered a traditional police response, , e c-i-t t trained to help people dealing with a mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse or developmental disabilities. there's some techniques that you can use to deescalate a situation that probably should officers.markus says the next step is to get these people to local services who can help them.we have a lot the pieces and we have a fair amount of collaboration, we just haven't gotten it cohesive in a strategic way.peckover says
resources for coping are scarce.and for *young offenders, that can make it even harder to function after they get out. at the linn counun detention center, they're giving young inmates techniques they can use now and in the real world. fox 28 news reporter dora miller shows us how a little yoga might changea life. tife. stretching, breathing, coping...they all go hand in hand at the linn county detention center. center. "kids are impulsive, we have a lot of kids with anger management issues, so if we can givivthem oneneore tool in their toolbelt, i think that's a positive."it's called trauma informed yoga...and it works specifically for ds who wind up here. here. "if someone has lived through trauma, which is often the case with someone who's incarcerated, they retain some of that trauma in their bodies."the volunteer instructor says yoga lps to relieve that. that. "safely guide them back to that awareness d conscious control of their body and the mind-body connection."with a new, five thousand dollar grant, the
services..including more than one night of yoga and more staff involvement. involvement. "there's so much potential for how these principles can be applied throughout the day, which is the goal of the program and of yoga, it's not just during yoga class, it's 24/7." 24/7." "when a kid tetes you that i can't wait for wednesday night because that's yoga night or i sleep best on yoga night or when staff say i see a difference in a kids behavior after yoga, those are successes." successes." "we really owe it to ououkids and teenagers to teach them how to manage those mental and behavioral disturbances that so often come up and so often lead to the criminal justice system." dora miller fox 28 news right now, the kids share mats. but the detention center plans to get new, larger yoga mats and blocks.they also say they hope the program expands to adult prisons and schools. alarming new details tonight about a a rus that's starting to show up in the u-s. according to the world health organization - zika virus infectionshave "explod" in central and south america. america.health experts here are suggestiti that pregnant
affected areas - since the virus may be linked to birth defects.and while the concern remains far away - doctors in eastern iowa are still monitoring the viruru virus.fox 28 n ns reporter marissa scott joins us live to explain why doctors in the corridor say there's no reason to panic.marissa? scott and karen, the zika virus is not new - though it has been a concern n the tropics since it surfaced last year.it's enough of a concern to warrant a warning by medical experts here to advise women - especially those who are pregnant - to take extra ecautions if they'r'r traveling g t of the country anytime soon. soon. "here in iowa we have not had any cases of it."hearing that makes you feel a lot better, right? but health officials say it's still important to monitor the signs and symptoms, especially if someone you know has traveled to central or south america. america. "there have been some reports in the states, however those individuals have come back from other countries where
says if you do travel south to escape the cold, it's important to wear long pants and shirts, use insect repellant and put mosquito netting around your bed. bed. "using mosquito precautions is going to be extremely important."at the university of iowa, doctors are keeping a close eye on pregnant patients. that's because it's not yet clear whether the virus can spread north as the temperatures rise. rise. "there's some concern that maybe spring and summer could be an issue because of the types of mosquitoes that carries the zika virus have been found in this part of the country."but she says don't worry just yet! however, if you are pregnant, and have traveled internationally recentlylyyou shouou talk with your doctor. doctor. over the last year there has been an increase in babies born with the condition called microcephaly - a very sharp increase - even though it's a pretty rare birth dedect in general.she says if you are noticing signs and symptoms of the virus, you should contact your doctor and they'll take a blood test and ultrasound to make sure the baby is ok. ok.
if someone hasn't traveled outside the states to one of the affected areas then there really isn't a concern at this point." health officials say if you travel to any of the countries where the zika virus has been reported a a have a f fer, rash, joint pain or body aches, you should contact your doctor.marissa scott, fox 28 news still to come on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.a night at the movies is not exactly the most affordable leisure activity these days.but we'll show you one theater looking to change that, at least for a few nights.also... also..."how prepared araryou r aging? i'm m . ahead in family 411, some of the surprising things experts say
tomorrow on fox28 morning live we're having some fun celebrating the premiere of grease live that's coming sunday night!! night!join us tomorrow for behind the scenes look at the
show and of course tons of music from the musical.see you there's s "film festival" of sorts starting next weekend in coralville. think of it as...blockbuster movies for the kids, that won't bust the *parents' budget. fox 28 news reporter joy howe has a sneak peak of the coming attraction - in coralville "if you're looking for something to do with your kids during these next few long, cold winter weeks, then this is the place to be. here at markus' coral ridge cinema, they're offering movies that the kids will love, at prices the e rents will love even more!" it's not just the popcorn...the *people at coral ridge cinemas are bubbling over with excitement too. that's our whole goal with this! 13.44.05 general manager
milwaukee-based marcus cinema since 2008. 13.42.33 it's a family-owned business. ben markus and the marcus family are fantastic, and it really brings family, mid-western values to the company as a whole. 18.104.22.168maybe that's why, he says, they've hatched something special.
((hotel transylvania nat pop: "we've got some work to do" (right at beginning)))starting february 5th, every friday, saturday and sunday through march 20th, this theater is offering up the "kids dream winter film series" - a bunch of family- friendly movies, with admission just 3 bucks, and drinks and sodas, 2.75 a pop. ((mimions nat pop: dropping g the mic))13.42.06 the point of this whole film series is to get people to come out and enjoy time as a family at a time when, you know the holiday season have passed, things have slowed down, so it really gives them an opportunity to bond, doing somethininthat people have been doing for many years, going to movies 22.214.171.124 ** ((peanuts movie nat pop "if you really want to impress people, you need to show them you're a winner!" ))the list includes minions and goosebumps,(title near end nat
really a wide variety of movies available to people 13.43.08.03 and the very last movie on the schedule- they are saying is so big, they're keeping it locked up tighter than a hollywood script. 13.41.40 i'm sorry i can't give you that information yet, it's just too exciting! but i promise soon enough((minions nat pop: with the fire hydrant ))it bribgs a film festival *family atmosphere that jamie hopes...will only continue. ((pan nat pop "this is the beginning" song at the start of the trailer))13.43.42 there's something
just magical about seeing the movies on the big screen....... it gives them something to talk about, it gives them something to bond them as a family for years to comecovering the corridor in coralville, joy howe, fox 28 news at 9. you can find a complete schedule - and list of movies - for the kids dream winter
temperatures were above average and above freezing for all of eastern iowa. temperatures will warm up through the weekend with highs nearing g the 40 degree mark and could be above freezing this weekend. after that, there will be a change in the pattern... a big dip in the jet stream coming early next week which could be a winter storm. first there could be a
some rain and snow, then a strong system increasing rain and
snow chances on monday night into tuesday which could be significant snowfall, but it is too soon to know e exact numbers right now. we'll continue to update you here and on cbs two iowa dot coco slash weather. first we can focus on the nice warm up this weekend to above 40 degrees,
some sadews tonight about a long-time local broadcaster broadcasterk-c-c-k radio personality mark yother passed today after a sudden illness. yother was a broadcaster for more than 40 years and worked for the american forces radio network while serving in the litary. mark began his career at k-c-c-k as news director, and later hosted a daily music show, as well as the movie review program "talking pictures." his humorous commentary, "got a minute," aired daily on k-c-c-k for nearly 6-thousand
the time has come to make a choice... abqut which candidate can actually make a difference for you.. in a worldlds complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always oyour side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... ...win equal pay for women... ...and proct social security and medicare for seniors.
not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. fend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. weeed a president with the experience and deteination to get the job done. i'm running to make a differencece a real difference for you and your families across our country.
breaking news out of oregon tonight.. tonight..where authorities tonight are giving new details on a deadly shooting during the standoff at a wildlife refuge. refuge.you'll recall that federal center was occupied by a group claiming that land belonged to area ranchers. ranchers.ammon bundy, the group's leader, and seven others were taken into custody after a traffic stop tuesday. but another man in the group was shot dead. dead.ere's the video just into the fox 28 newsroom.it shows bundy supporter lavoy finicum speeding ay from authorities who tried to pull him over and nearly slamming into a road block.finicum then gets out of the pickup.at first he appeared to surrender, but then he's seen reaching into his coat twice. that's when authorities opened fire, killing him. investigators say in that pocket, finicum had a loaded gun.we have much more on this developing story on our
40 percent of older americans surveyed think they're very prepared for the aging process... process...but professionals who work with seniors see a much different story.. and they say often, seniors discover they're *not ready too late. late.special correspondent sheila gray has a family 4-1-1 on why waiting for a crisis.. could force families inin some bad decisions.. does everybody want them? marlene hamilton is making lunch plans at epic house. epic stands for elderly people in community.they don't have the family to help them out. marlene works with folks who didn't have the resources to plan for retirement. she *did* plan. she had a 401k and a good financial advisor. it w 2-3 yes after i retired. that's when the stocks went (makes sound), and i was one of the victims who lost pretty much all of their investments.marlene had to go back to work.i think maybe i was surprised i actually lived this long.friends chuck deuser and larry dullaghan stay healthy by working out at
have prepared for this part of life by stayg active, but admit there are surprises.i can't do what i used to do. i remember years ago i'd go hunt, and we'd come home from work, and i wouldn't come home until sunday on the weekend. i can't do that anymore.a survey by the national council on aging shows a big gap in perceptions about the aging process.while older americans' top concerns are with their physical and mental health.. doctors, financial planners and others who work with seniors say they need to be planning better for affordable housing and protecting their money.they underestimate how much long term care costs. they are in denial that they are going to need care, underestimate housing, health needslaurie petrie speaks to people all the time about preparations for aging. what she most wants people to remember is - they have to make choices about how and where they want to live -- and
there's a crisis.it's important to research things like living options and long term care before you need them - and laurie says it's worth the money to consult an with an expert, so you make
good decisions when there *is* a crisis.even more important - family conversations. that doesn't cost a thing.being up front and honest about who's going to do what, who's going to take care of mom.senior centers are a good place to start looking for resources to help with those conversations. not to mention - finding a purpose.i thought i'd be sitting in my suroom having tea every morning and reading the paper, but actually it was kind of boring.marlene's financial crisis led to a job she loves. helping seniors is helpin*h* that you can have a resaon to get out of bed. a lot of pepole don't. i think if you can get in the morning and say good morning god instead of good god it's morning. that's the start of a gogo day.proof that attitude is everything.
sheila gray for fox 28 news. news. laurie petrie of the council says even young families should have a will - a living will and power of attorney documents.and keep them updated as you age..for more information on how you c better prepare for all that comes with aging, check out this story on the completely redesigned fox 28 iowa dot com. next on the fox 28 news at nine. nine.debating the frontrunner. hear what the republican candidates had to say tonight about donald trump's no-show at the final iowa debate. debate.and in one of the toughest tests of the year, the iowa
hawkeye men put their number-three ranking on the line against maryland. highlights -- when the fox 28 news at nine continues. car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment
all the republican candidates gathered one final time in des moines.but despite a national debate, not everyone was on the *same stage. tonight's fox news debate was largely overshadowed by donald trump's decision not to participate. participate.it's something that snagged a lot of headlines, and expectedly, took up a lot of the talk at tonight's debate. debate.we continue tonight's vote 2016 coverage... coverage...with fox 28 news anchor and host of 'iowa in focus' kevin barry, live outside the debate hall in des moines, kevin? the catchy line that was on everyone's mind was "the elephant *not in the room was the elephant in the room." room."leading up to the debate tonight - a lot of the candidates were talking about how without donald tmp on the stage, this might finally be their chance to dig in on policy. eventually -- they did - talking about national security. but before that - they got their shots at the absent front runner out of the
like they had fun doing it. "he's an entertaining guy, he's the greatest show on earth, this campaign is abotu the greatest country in the world and a president that has systematically destroyed many of the things that made america special. special."i kinda miss donald trump he was a little teddy bear to me, we always had such a loving relationship in these debates. debates. i'm a maniac and everyone else on this stage is stupid fat and ugly, and ben you're a terrible surgeon, now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way... way...regardless of what the candidates, or the pundits think about trump's decision, voters will get to weight in on monday night across iowa.in des moines, kevin barry, fox 28 news. kevin thanks.as we said, donald trump was still in des moines tonight. tonight.but instead of debating, trump held his own rally nearby.
"i wanted to be about five minutes away, i've enjoyed that, all the online polls say i've done very well with the debates.i've had a kick with it but, you have to stick up for your rights, when you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. rights.trump promoted his counter event as a rally to raise money for veterans.he began by listing a number of large donations given by supporters that would go to non profits.including a donation from the candidate himself, for one million dollars.all told, trump says his campaign will donate five million dollars to the wounded warriors project. a number of other groups said they would not accept any money from the candidate's event. event.the iraq and afghanistan veterans of america, pledged to refuse any funds that trump may try to donate from his iowa event.the founder took to social media, saying the group did not want to be part of trump's political stunts. vote-vets-dot-org said trump should not hide from megan
beside the caucuses, there's another imporant event happening early next week. week.a definite change in the weather - with the potential for some serious snowfall. the latest now from chief meteorologist terry swails, terry? temperatures have been near and above freezing for a few days and the warming trend will continue through this weekend. then our attention is turning to the potential for a strong winter storm next week in the midwest. for today,
average and above freezing for all of eastern iowa. temperatures
will warm up through h e weekend with highs nearing the 40 degree mark and could be above freezing this weekend. after that, there will be a change in the pattern... a big dip in the jet stream coming early next week which could be a winter storm. first there could be a
some rain and snow, then a strong system increasing rain and snow chances on monday night into tuesday which could be significant snowfall, but it is too soon to know the exact numbers right now. we'll continue to update you
here and on cbs two iowa dot com slash weather. first we can focus on the nice warm up this weekend to above 40 degrees, rain and snow on terry thanks.in north liberty right now.
johnson county town iso longer. longer.crewu demolished ol watetetower one today.cranes
were brought in to finish the work, forcing crews to block several area roads.the city said it was time for the tower to come down because they haven't used it for several years and it was just impractical to keep it up. right now in marion... marion...the giving tree theater is celebrating a year of performances. it's not your typical play house.their productions include performing good deeds for the community.they do that by giving some of their proceeds to area non profits. in their first 12-months, the giving tree has donated more than 10-thousand dollars to organization like the ronald mcdonald house and foundation two.and every new show benefits a new group. " each cast will take a vote and decided and discuss and let us know what they come up with then we reach out to that human services non profit and let them know." know."the comedy harvey opens tomorrow night at eight and runs for the next three
and coming up in sports sportsiowa looking to stay unbeaten in the big 10 -- did fran and the hawks continue their tear in the conference -- or would the terps snap their streak streakplus could bluder's bunch get back on track and get a much needed win -- that's next on fox 28 there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a livi wage is paid to all.
there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
meeting.first quarter -- ally disterhoft -- dials long distance and connects from west high -- she finished with 16the big problem for bluder's bunch in the first half -- slowing down katelyn flaherty -- she had 24 of her game high 31 in the first 2 quartersbut iowa wouldn't drop another one -- tah-nye-ah davis -- sinks one of her 4 triples -- davis finished with 18and chase coley was unstoppable off the bench -- a team high 21 and 1 for her -- hawks win 85 to 69. rick heller and the iowa baseball tm has been picked to finish 4th in the big 10 by perfect game -- michigan, maryland, and indiana are slated above the hawks -- who
with a 19 and 5 mark in big 10 play --- iowa opens their season at dallas baptist on february 19th. and coming up in sports sportsbrad smith -- always seems to have his lions on the prowl at state -- but the success on the mat isn't the only thing happening at lisbon -- the motto he preaches that goes beyond the mat -- is next -- there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstaclelein place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one.
where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends oupeople and our value but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. car repairs, home improvements, a family trip... it's not easy to
afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad d dgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records.
skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many questions. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. when brad smith was in jr. high he was cut from his 7th grade
basketball team -- and ever since that moment -- he's been all about wrestling --
at iowa and currently is in his 2nd stint as the head wrestling coach at lisbon -- where he takes down life with a simple motto -- keep moving brad smith -- our ed thomas coach of the week week when it comes to lisbon wrestling -- brad
smith always has his game face onon "he's always got his mind right in the practice room knowing what he wants to get done every day." day." "he's a pretty intense guy.. he gets worked up in the room, during the meets." meets." "when it comes down to the nitty gritty time... it's a different animal."but so is smith -- -- an intense guy -- who's full of wrestling knowledge -- "it's crazy how much he knows... he knows absolutely everything about wrestling ." and everything else about life --- for 38 years, he's been coaching his grapplers not only on the mat -- but off it
"i want them to look forward to the next day and always & make the next day better." becae like an opponent -- sometimes the real world takes you down -- "one match at a time, one day at a time, one move at a time... so i think you can take that away living life one day at a time, not looking forward into or back into the past." past.""there are days when you don't even want to be here, but when he starts talking to you, putting the pressure on you, you are going to give 100% no matter what mood you are in." in." "coach smith has been the heart and soul of this program and it all builds on him."on match... -- and one move -- -- at a time in lisbon the highway 1 rivalry continued on t t mats in mount vernon -- at 138 -- solon's mike hoyle gets the 2 point near fall on josh hanson -- giving him the lead for good - - hoyle wins with a 11 to 9 decisionbut that bright spot was nearly it for the spartans -- at 132 -- tony garcia wins
a lot for mount vernon -- futurue hawkeye tristian wirfs -- wins by another fall at 285 -- and the stangs take the rivalry on the mat -- 46 to 17 a rare thursday night tip -- in cedar rapids -- prairie hosting city highand the little hawks flew out of the gates in the first quarter -- ney-eem smith with the stop and pop -- city high led 14-5 after the firstthen jalen rima heated up -- a game high 24 for the future panther -- inculding that fade-a-way jay -- he also grabbed 10 boards but it wasn't enouou -- because city high goesess smith goes -- and he was going all game long -- 2 more for him -- little hawks get the win -- 66 to 65 the final. and on the ice -- dubuque's carson vance ll head over the missisisppi river nene fall to play at the university of wisconsin... -- the defensemen committed to the badgers this afternoon -- since joining the fighting saints in november, he's played in 21 games -- scoring 2 goals... that's a check of sports -- terry has a last check of your
returns. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary
the republican side and hillary clinton won for the democrats. the rodeo is in town tomorrow and saturday at the cell center. temperatures will continue to warm up the next few days. today highs were well
ababe freezing across eastern iowa with a few clouds. clouds will stick around tonight and we'll have some clearing. temperatures will fall tonight to near 20 20 thanks for watching your fox
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regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.