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stands accused of human sex trafficking. right now a waterloo man stands accuse of human sex trafficking. it is a major problem across the country and here in iowa. >> the problem is unlike other violent acts this one you can go largely unnoticed. tonight we shed some light on the issue with the help after survivor. -- of a survivor. >> tonight one story. she did ask for her identity to be hidden. >> she was living just to survive. >> i was very, very broken. i had a rough upbringing. >> to protect her family she asked to conceal her name and her identity but her story begins simple enough. >> i stayed out in las vegas
>> he -- didn't try to sleep with me. he didn't -- come on to me in anyway. he listened to me tell him about all of my brokenness. he gained my trust that way >> the very thing that made him different, she found out later would make him dangerous. a few weeks into their relationship she realized his intentions weren't pure. >> he got in the driver's seat of my car with a gun in hand. >> a plan to use her body against her and for his profit. >> for days into it of being starved and drugged and -- hurt that i -- finally, finally gave in. i just thank god -- [ crying ] that one of the men who went
solicit a prostitute ended up saving a hostage. he ended up deciding that -- he was going to get me out. >> she represents the nearly 2% who are rescued from trafficking. she said her story will end differently. >> i turned to the lord and -- my identity isn't him. i no longer believe that -- my body is something for -- to offer to give to a man. >> it is not just problem. local organizations are now fighting for others to have that same hope. >> i think one of the key elements of -- making our state a safer place per women and children is prevention education. >> i have been healed from that through the love of god. we have to give that love. >> the local organization change interrupted works to rehabilitate victims.
website. a few hit or miss thunderstorms again today. >> but that is about to change. carry joins us now with our forecast. >> they have hit all that is going to hit. the storms have now moved south out of the viewing area. the forecast looks dry now for several days to come. 73 our current reading. winds are northwest at 5 miles per hour. the dew point still a little bit high but dryer air is starting to move that will sweep on in here later tonight. on our satellite tonight you can see how the last of the rain showers are moving into extreme southern iowa. skies are beginning to clear in minnesota. that should mean plenty of sunshine in the area tomorrow afternoon. some very nice weather
it happened around eight this morning in montour.the chicago to portland train was passing through when it hit 27-year- old reginald walker. authorities are still working to determine how the collision happened.union pacific tells fox 28 news that counselors will be made available to the train's crew. it was a very close call -- --for one officer in iowa last weekend.this is dashcam video from a winterset police cruiser.the officer was driving along highway 92 when a car almost hitting him head-on.the officer immediately turned around and pulled over the driver who was charged with speeding and drunk driving. iowa congressman rod blum spent time in cedar rapids -- this afternoon to see how local t-s-a officers keep the eastern iowa airport safe. the congressman was first introduced to the t-s-a officials through a veterans job fair he hosted.25-percent of t-s-a employees are veterans - who can then
join other federal agencies. blum understands frustration about long lines, but he says the security process is well worth it. "every day that goes by without a plane getting blown out of the air, we get complacent. and i know the public sometimes can get a little grumpy about why do we i know the public sometimes can get a little bit grumpy. there is a good reason for it and they are doing at it. >> the tsa said they have some of their most advanced screening technology at the eastern iowa airport. a staff of roughly 50 officers keeps the average wait to about up with technology to fight cri& crimea&but one hi-tech gadget, commonly known as a "stingray", has some civil rights groups filing complaints with the federal gov. government.only on fox 28 news, national correspondent jeff barnd examines the value
the federal complaint says baltimore's police force is using cellphone tracking systems or stingraysa& to locate suspects and their cell phones. but the plaintiff's attorney says ?everyones? privacy is comprimised."and there really is no way for the subscriber to know that that is taking place and that police departments might be collecting information about them." powered up phonesa& constantly seek cell-phone towers for normal usea& stingrays can ?trick? cell phones into thinking ?it's? a tower. and without the ?users? knowledge, stingrays collect use. sting rays can trick cellphones they collect data opinion past phone calls and texts. they also block cellphone users from making outside calls. >> that means it may also mean important phone calls in emergency situations. >> baltimore residents tell me they have seen police with sting rays in their neighborhood. >> if we as the people don't step up now, they will keep on
24 states in washington d.c. they admit there is so much police secrecy using these devices this map under represents the actual use of them nationwide. >> at issue here is an act. it is a law that ensures anyone using a broadcast signal cannot interfere or block other signals. they say that law applies to police as well. >> they shouldn't be using the public air waves in that way without a public license. comment. former maryland police superintendent said the sting ray is an affective crime fighting tool if it is used properly. >> it is a great device but it is certainly open for abuse. >> it will be up to the fcc to determine if baltimore police have crossed the line. he said this case could affect place intelligent garths nationwide iowans looking to serve their communities are running out of time to get on the ballot. anyone seeking a county
tomorrow to turn in their petition. the deadline has already passed for candidates seeking state and federal office. election day is tuesday november 8th. of course millions will also cast their vote for president on that day. >> new polls don't show difficult news for republican nominee donald trump. if you average all the national polls democratic nominee hillary clinton leads trump by more four points. although not impose believe -- [ indiscernible ] clinton and trump still must face off in debates over the next two months. the new york times reports clinton is spending several hours preparing with research and rehearsals. it is a different story for trump. sources say the gop nominee has rejected advice that he conduct practice debates against someone posing as clinton.
closest advisors have been his own children. >> she sat down with the gop nominee's namesake for an exclusive look at what a trump presidency might look like. >> what do you think some specific plans could be under a trump administration for small business owners and minority communities? >> some of it will be based on immigration. it is affecting people at that lowest realm they are taking jobs away from youth that could be getting those jobs because people are paying them under the table and they are under cutting the wage and preventing those job happening. the over regulation that the liberal policies in this country have put on businesses especially small ones is -- ridiculous. small businesses -- it is
be businesses. that is going to lead to jobs and job creation. it will help solve these problems. >> let's move over to the hillary clinton -- there have been enormous amount of concern about the involvement of hue ma -- >> there should be. she was her chief of staff for years. she is getting paid by the state department. she getting paid by the clinton foundation. come on, it is ridiculous. today, you would go to jail. >> there are rumors that keep coming out that there might be an october surprise. there might more to these e-mails. >> i'm sure there is. again there is 33,000 that are still missing. 33,000 e-mails. think about that. i'm just glad people are starting to see it because -- again the double standard that the clintons play by is becoming more and more apparent everyday. everyone sees and it they should. the people who will benefit are not the people she banders to. it will be her friends, the
donations, the people who send the private planes to fly them all over the place. >> what to you expect in the upcoming weeks? >> i think they will continue to do well. those guys are voting for trump. we have done more with unions th construction. she speaking to those people. he is giving those people a voice. he is giving the hard working american -- the people who made this country great, he is speaking with them. >> to see more of the interview with donald trump jr. head to cbs2iowa.com and click on circa. you will find link turnt news tab. our mission is to connect the presidential candidates to owe
we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews. we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. national effort focused on eastern iowa voters with the balance of power in washington on the line. line.heat and humidity today sparked a few thunderstorms. but there's more sun in store for eastern iowa.chief meteorologist terry swails has your weather first forecast -- wh
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you in the know tomorrow on fox28 morning live. see you then! one of the most hotly contested congressional races in the country is right here in eastern iowa.first distr one of the most -- [ indiscernible ] is right here in eastern iowa. first district congressman republican rod is trying to hold off a challenge from former cedar rapids council member monica. both lot of help. >> we spoke with one group that is going door to door. >> [ indiscernible ] -- >> things can go bad if -- if the wrong leadership takes place. >> it made her passionate about voting and drove her to work for
>> we are trying to really engage with voters at their door to talk to them about voting in general and why it is that they -- go out and vote when they do. >> they are not looking to donate money to candidates. they are trying to push democratic voters to the polls. morgan said over the last few elections there have been roughly 60 seats representatives won or lost by just about five points. >> those are the types of districts that we want to be active in because we know we can make the difference come election day. >> that is what brings them to iowa's first district. democratic challenger has a lot of money and support in the district. some of that support comes from
>> most importantly what we are concerned about is why you vote. >> one of the turn out packs tactic social security getting iowa's secretary of state's attention. right around the primary's turn ?if you vote is public record. record.that lanauge, talking about the social aspect can motivate to vote vote it's a fine line. it's some they think it works, they keep doing ita recent study found that it does actually work.it looks at an august 2006 primary election in michgan where a control group voted at about 30-percent voters who got mailers pointing out how it was their civic duty to vote were more likely to
they voted -- or showed their own voting record or their neighbor's all voted at higher rates.the study found that kind of outreach was more effective than live phone calls -- and nearly as effective as door knocking. knocking.secretary pate says he doesn't like it -- and it leads to a slippery slope that could end with voters feeling harrassed -- but the numbers don't lie. lie.we're trying to motivate language could lead some voters to don't lie. >> we are trying to motivate people in an authentic way. >> leading up to the iowa caucuses the ted cruz campaign got a lot of negative attention for an aggressive mailer. it was inaccurate. they say that kind of outreach is out of line. for more political headlines
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i'm patty judge, and we know chuck grassley stopped the senate from working, but he also stopped working for iowa.
as a farmer and a nurse, i learned iowa works best when we pull together. used to be you could work with chuck. i did, plenty of times. but he's all politics and partisanship now. and he's turned his back on iowa. i approved this message because washington changed chuck, and it's time we change our senator. problem is, his feet drag. here and there we did see a few showers and storms
now. so far that has not gotten the dry air in here that we are looking for tomorrow. the dew point is still up there at 73 degrees. that will be going down by morning. here is a look at the current temperatures. 66 in charles city. 68 from waterloo and old wine up to deck. still as warm as 75 in iowa city tonight. here in cedar rapids again we are at 73 degrees. as we take a look at the satellite tonight there are still some scattered clouds working across eye -- eastern iowa. here is today's numbers. we got up to 84 today in cedar rapids.
rain with about 2/10 of rain there. here is some of the other highs around the state of iowa today. nobody suffering too much. one of the warmer temperatures was over around the quad cities where it did get to 85. here in cedar rapids our official number was 84. that is 4 degrees above the normal for this time of year. if you look out here you can see a big rotating band of clouds. that is actually jet stream. the process is already under way to night. a weak cool front has already gotten into eastern iowa. that will give this front a little big push here later on tonight. by the time we get to friday it will be way down into the southeastern united states. this high pressure will set up over the great lakes states. that will bring in northerly
here. that will mean below normal temperatures starting tomorrow and continuing into sunday from the looks of things with all the heat and humidity staying well to the west of us. it should also mean a dry forecast too. this is our model indication of how much rain should fall all the way through monday at 4:30 in the afternoon. while we are starting to see some rain late in the day on monday or monday night most of the precipitation till then stays well to the west of us. things are looking pretty good for the holiday we back in the upper 70s. those dew points which were well into the 70s to day and still are tonight will be dropping into the 60s. your forecast then as partly cloudy skies overnight. temperatures turning cooler by morning. the mid 50s up in the north. mid to low 60s expected in our southern counties. for tomorrow skies will turn mostly sunny. temperatures should range from around 75 in the far north to
to 78 degrees. it will be a much better day. the extended forecast has that type of weather lasting through thursday, friday, really right on into saturday. by sunday the winds turn to the south and start to warm things up. overall conditions pretty decent till we get to that point in the holiday weekend. next on the fox 28 news at an end to alzheimer's disease. how you can get involved height here -- right here in the corridor. we will preview the annual
now are looking back at the life and career of gene wilder. wilder. millions right through looking back at the life and career of gene wilder. >> the career lost his battle with alzheimer's disease last weekend at the age of 83. the news came as a surprise to many because wilder chose to keep his condition secret. loved ones said he wanted kids and fans to remember him for his dick -- comedy roles. he took his last breath while listening to one of his favorite songs over the rainbow. his death is again putting alzheimer's disease back in the spotlight. >> the brain disorder causes people to lose their memory.
americans are battling the disease. fox 28 news reporter spoke with one group doing what they can to fight against this terrible disease. >> one thousand people walking two miles for one cause, to end alzheimer's. >> i am hoping beyond hope that as we raise money for research that we will eventually find a cure for the dis your eye but the victims and their stories grab your hearts. >> when i got married to dave i finally felt in my life -- hi another person that had their
we went have having visual issues and they eventually lost all of his speech. >> there is a build up that prevents your brain from tell you how to operate your body appropriately. >> [ indiscernible ] it got to that function of his brain that controls his swallowing and eventually his heart and his breathing. >> dave lost his battle in may of 2015 but his his fight. >> i'm here representing those families who have lost someone to this -- ability robbing disease. >> we don't continue to focus someone with the disease, it's going to be a matter of when someone you know is diagnosed with the disease. if that bothers you, then you should do something."covering the corridor in cedar rapids, connor morgan fox 28 news at nine. for more information on next month's walk to end alzheimers, head to our
starting tomorrow, the boots will be back out on the streets of the corridor. corridor.several area fire departments will fan out, asking for donations from drivers.the money goes to the muscular dystrophy association. cedar rapids firefighters are hoping to top last year's total of 34-thousand dollars. funds raised here in the corridor will go directly to the m-d-a clinic at university of iowa hospitals and clinics. it will also help cover costs at camp courageous in monticello. nine -- --updating the policies behind bars.how iowa leaders are working to accomodate inmates of all gender identities. identities.and later, vikings fans are dealt a major blow before the season even started. the suprise injury to a rising star -- when the fox 28 news at nine continues.
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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. 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, saw a problem that needed to be solved, and she solved it.
inmates in iowa will soon be asked a new question thousands of inmates in iowa will soon be asked a new question during their incarceration. they are trying to address the needs of transgender inmates. >> we explain what the new guidelines will cover. >> under a new policy inmates will be answering a new question. >> we will be asking them what they would prefer. >> he says hormone therapy will also be available for any transgender inmate who wants the treatment. because there could be irreversible side affects a medical staff will bring in an expert on transgender health issues. >> we obtain consultation with
they want. . we have a consent we obtain from them as well just to make sure they understand -- specifically and this is not something that is not lightly taken. >> he said medical pro education physicals will -- [ indiscernible ] >> what we offer women in the women's prison can ce -- we can offer the same if they identify as a female. >> he sa have different requests and medical needs. he knows it will take time for staff and the prison population to adjust. he said taking mental health evaluations, knowing each inmate's medical needs and safety concerns will be crucial moving forward. >> we will probably do education process for all the staff. we have actually talked about it last week to develop a learning module where we can talk about -- what transgender is
expectations are. >> back to you. >> he said mental health evaluations are given as soon as they enter the system right now in north liberty they are settling into their new home. the staff held a ribbon cutting tonight at their new location. they started in a north liberty basement 13 now after years of growth they said this new office better meets their needs. >> it is great for employees that we are covering the entire region and not to i was city focused or to cedar rapids focused and so being right in the middle of the corridor is a great place for us to be." be."besides their own place to work, the new building has thousands of square feet of additional space for other
additional space for other companies to utilize. the storms are fizzling out and a front is pushing through. that means the forecast is going to be drying out for several days to come. the holiday weekend gets off to an excellent start weather wise. we will tell you what you expect for labor day in your forecast
still lagging a little bit behind up in minnesota and wisconsin. that will becoming into the region later tonight. you through notice that eperson issal -- especially during the day tomorrow. now you can see what is left of the rain is way down here in the southeastern corner of the state. we are done with that for a while. these clearing skies up here are moving southeast and those will be over us during the tomorrow. here is the day's numbers for highs. it was 84 again in cedar rapids, iowa city and dubuque. some scattered showers here and there. we did get a little bit of rain here in cedar rapids and iowa city at about 2/10 of rain. other temperatures around iowa today pretty much in the upper 70s to middle 80s. some of the warmer temperatures right near in the east central parts of the state where we got
rapids. we shouldn't see temperatures like that for several days to come now. way out in the pacific northwest that has been in the clouds there -- that is an upper air low that is working it's way northwest. what will happen is that will buckle the jet stream and bring some cooler air in canada southeast towards us in the next several days. here is where the cold front is located tonight through eastern iowa. as we go through the rest of the week cooler air settles in here. we will see several days where high temperatures do not get out of the 70s and with a lot less humidity thanks to this high pressure it should be pretty comfortable. we will also notice a lack of moisture coming up and that will keep the rain chances minimal too. i look for temperatures to be below normal starting tomorrow and probably lasting through sunday. eventually some of this warm air
afternoon and be over for us labor day it self. it looks like that will be a hot one. things are looking real good for us. i don't really think we will see any showers or storms till sometime sunday night or monday. we will see lots of sunshine and some pretty comfortable we will get that started with temperatures that will remain in the 70s in western iowa. by tomorrow afternoon dew points should be in the mid 60s here. they will be down in the 50s in eastern minnesota. i think by the time we get to thursday and friday morning, some spots in northeastern iowa might see some low temperatures
respect. here is tonight's lows. low 60s expected in most other areas. our skies should be partly cloudy from here on out. here is tomorrow's forecast. mostly sunny skies. temperatures around 75 in the north to 80 in the south. we will go 77 in waterloo and dubuque. 78 in cedar rapids. tomorrow's winds will be out of the north at 10-15 ushering in a dryer air. your extended forecast here has some beautiful weather for thursday, friday and saturday. temperatures holding in the 70s. we will st a little bit on sunday. finally on labor day a chance for some thunderstorms around. very warm humid conditions returning to the midwest then. starting tomorrow we have about four or five days of outstanding weather leading us into the holiday weekend. >> great. thanks. coming up in sports game day is approaching in iowa
lit affects all of us in here. to invest in education here, without adequate funding, districts are forced to make cuts that could leave our students with obsolete technology, eliminate advanced science classes, or cut funding for the fundamentals, like microscopes and lab equipment, leading to overcrowded classrooms, making it harder to learn. our students deserve better. it's time for iowa legislators to invest in iowa schools. e this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from
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focussing on. not the rose bowl, not getting back to the big 10 title game, just the red hawks. the hawks can't wait to buckle their chin straps. >> no more spring ball summer work outs or fall camp. it is finally game week in iowa city. after beating up on each other for the last nine months, the hawks are ready to beat up on somebody else this saturday. [ cheering and applause ] >> we have been waiting for this for a long time. ever since the taste of the rose ball, mouth. we are ready to get after this game. >> [ indiscernible ] >> we have been playing against each other for three weeks. now it's -- we can go against someone else. >> they may look like a cupcake on the schedule but in the crazy we've just gotta treat every
anyone - because you don't know what's gonna happen during the season seasonsince i've been here we've already lost to two mac schools - so we've got that in the back of our mind the goal is 1 and 0 - and the hawkeyes - aren't taking anything for grd grantedjust look back historically - we've looked really good on opening days somedays - and other days not so much - you know i don't care who our opponent is - we've gotta be ready to go iowa's won 14 of their last 15 season openers - loss - came to a different mac team - northern illinois in 2013 - the hawks will look to avoid that same fate this saturday - in iowa city - pat moroney - fox 28 sports the other big game saturday -- is under the lights in ames -- between iowa state and u-n-i - - the two split in their last two meetings -- and you don't have to fill in i-s-u's new head coach matt campbell -- about his opponent's winning tradition -- he's fully aware of what the panthers bring to the field.
with the opponent we are playing. the culture is right, they've won big football games, they've played deep into the post season, they're young guys even if they weren't the starters got a ton of reps and played a lot of football. that's what good programs do, that's what good teams do... and they don't just... they don't rebuild, they reload." the defending n-f-c noth champs suffered a huge blow today -- viking's q-b -- teddy bridgewater dislocated his knee and tore his a-c-l in a non contact drill during practice -- ending his seas year old shaun hill and joel stave -- a rookie out of wisconsin -- are the only other quarterback's on the depth chart. "we are not going to stick our heads in the sand, we're not going to tuck our legs, we're not looking for excuses.. we are going go out and fight like we always do. we have some great football players on this team... we are going to figure out away so everybody can count us out if they want, but i think that would be the wrong thing to do." if regenge is a dish best
wanted to serve ice cube aces at iowa city west -- because last year -- the trojans ended the lions season 1 game shy of the state tournament tournamentm-v-c divisional openers for both squads linn-mar already up a set -- and looking for more -- ellie anderson -- gets tricky -- and finds the hole for the point --west -- not going down without a fight -- the women of troy set up ali tauchen -- and she gets up to get down but the lions were just too much -- megan renner t spees -- and linn-mar gets the sweep -- 3 sets to none top 10 battle in the pool -- jefferson hosting linn-mar close race in the 100 free -- but jeff's mika mc-chesney kicked it in to high gear at the end and touches the wall first for the j-hawksbut the night belonged to kelsey drake and the lions -- drake set two pool records -- and linn-mar swam away with a "w" that's a check of sports -- terry has a last check of your weather first forecast when the fox 28 news at nine returns. returns.
hyman.federal law says every federal agency must complete an annual audit.here's what's happening behind the headlines. unbelievably, federal agencies didn't have their books routinely inspected. a 1996 law was supposed to change that. the results mixed.the federal government doesn't use the same accounting standards required of public industry. it's created its own. and even then, some federal agencies fail at delivering a clean audit. or, in the case of the defense department, it doesn't even bother. for each of the past 20 years, the pentagon has broken the law in not undergoing an audit.let's examine just the army. the dod ig reviewed the army's financial statements. this
review to ensure the army's numbers add-up. and its paperwork's in order.for 2015, the army didn't have paperwork justifying six and a-half trillion dollars in financial activity. not million. not billion. trillion. the army couldn't justify changes to how it received or spent money or accounted for assets such as equipment. to the tune of six and a-half trillion.in just the third quarter, 16 and a half-thousand accounting records were removed without explanation.and no one at the white house or in congress appears overly concerned.to comment, go to behind the headlines dot net.i'm mark hyman.
spending was slashed ten percent. jobs eliminated. salary cuts. unpaid leave. the governor, auditor and
secretary of agriculture voluntarily cut their own pay ten percent. but, lieutenant govenor patty judge refused to cut her hundred and three thousand dollar salary by even a penny. is that leadership? i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken. why are you leading all the obstruction? if you get your way and defund planned parenthood, where am i going to get my cancer screenings? if i'm paying more for medicine because your medicare plan passes, how do i afford that? are you even listening? i approved this message because, chuck,
company. a good weekend coming our way >> really liking the forecast is shaping out here tonight. the clouds over us this even are starting to break out. tomorrow we start at 62 and end up at 78. a lot of sunshine anticipated. i think the humidity levels will be down quite a bit by the afternoon. >> very well. >> we have been waiting for this for a while. >> yeah. about three months. [ laughter ] >> good it is finally here. thanks for watching fox 28 news and -- at 9:00. >> have a great night.
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