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from iowans concern." the skyrocketing costs of a life-saving treatment and what you can do to keep money in your pocket. pocket.plus...getting back on track. "it'll be an adjustment for us tomorrow"how schedule changes for one local school district are impacting students and parents. parents."thunderstorms have returned to eastern iowa, we'll tell you how long they'll be around in your weatherfirst forecast." forecast."and...filling the seats. "we'reur into a concert setting."the big names set to perform in iowa's biggest outdoor stadium. stadium.now, the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minutes. this is cbs 2 news 10 at 10. the price for epi-pens keeps going up and now iowa's senior senator is demanding answers. that story in a moment - first, cbs 2 news is tracking a system that's bringing rain to eastern iowa tonight and tomw
a potentially life-saving injection -- --is grabbing a lot of headlines right now. now.epi-pens are designed to save a person experiencing a lift-threatening allergic react. reaction.but take a look at the cost in recent years. nearly four times higher than just four years ago.cbs 2 news first told you about this problem last month. month.now. cbs 2 news anchor matt hammill joins us with an update, matt? ??????????????some parents tell us they're paying thousands of dollars - because they have to carry five or six - epi - pens - for their kids. tonight - senator charles grassley - is demanding the manufacturer - explain why. it is not optional equipmenta the manufacture explain why . >> it is not optional equipment . a child stung by a bee or
epipen but the epinephrine shot that has remained pretty much the same has jumped from about $100 to more than $600 in six years.'s --. i received -- senator. grassley wants answers and he feels for the families. he says all of us could end up paying. >> there is also concern that school budgets may be affected because a lot of schools keep the product on hand. the effect on health programs such as medicaid and extension the taxpayers . >> we especially see this in the summer with beast things. >> here at clark varmus think this group up pharmacist and technicians fill a a lot of epipen orders . >> this is the adult packaging. two pack sold in two nationwide because an allergy victim may need a second shot. it can be sticker shock but
for customers accessing a manufacturer coupon online . >> the current coupon will pay up to $100 towards your co-pay so frequently we can get it to patients 480 co-pay. it is pretty significant . >> there is also a generic matt hammill - cbs 2 news - ten at 10. now ten at ten continues with stories across the corridor. the cedar rapids school district's newest magnate school is now in operation. . this morning, students and school leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of kenwood leadership academy. mayor ron corbett joined superintendent doctor brad buck and many others at the event.this school is the second magnet school in cedar rapids, joining the johnson steam academy. parents in the iowa city community school district need
their first day.elementary students start at 7:55 a-m and get out at 2:55 p-m.junior and senior high students will be in school from 8:50 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon.the district hopes the swap will better suit the different ages and their learning.the district also made changes to discretionary buses, prioritizing areas where it is needed the most. some cities in the district - including doing what they can to make sure students get to school safely.they're planning for more traffic and pedestrians. the cities spent the summer studying the safest routes for kids to get to school and doing what they could to help. help.if you would like to take a look at the suggested walking routes for kids, we have links on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. back to school can also mean back to germsthe number of fully-immunized students going
linn county--exemptions are on their way up.all students in iowa are required by law to be vaccinated against at least 7 common illnesses.that is unless a student has a health or religious exemption.both of these have seen in increase in the corridor and linn county health officials say rising religious exemptions could put kids at risk. they were together for eight hours a day they're playing together they're in very close contact with each other so there's a high chance of viruses bacteria and i was going around that can cause illness and disease. to see a list of vaccination rates for every school across iowa--go to our website at cbs 2 iowa dot com. developing tonight - vaccination rates for every school across i will go to our website cbs2iowa.com . developing tonight the companies that manage i was medicaid program now losing tens of millions of dollars.
reporting that it has a 42 points $6 million deficit on his iowa operations. they lost 66 points seven operations. they lost 66 points $7 million. along with united health were took over the medicaid program on april 1 . >> a multibillion-dollar shortfall on its investment return. the public company serves around 325,000 iowa residents lost more than $5 billion. state lawmakers a blue -- approved many -- while the number looks like a major loss the company looks at decades long time periods for its funding performances . >> for the first time hendrix stadium will play a major music festival. >> we are live in iowa city to show us the unique challenge.
know if you have heard of them but dallas clark is a professional football player. he came to the university with a crazy idea of the country music concert. this will be this saturday rain or shine. build the a lot of people watching some of the biggest country music artist.>> reporter: for the first time ever hendrix stadium will be used to cheer on another set of stars. this s we are turning hendrix into a concert setting with blake shelton, big and rich, david ray, morgan frazier andy hunter smith band something that has never been done before. of course first times, with challenges . thing we did this with a crane. imagine that but that was not even the biggest challenge.
overcome due to the children's hospital being right across the street. why go through the obstacles? from the standpoint -- all proceeds go to a charity that sticks within our own state. mark "everybody on this campus, every corner of this university has been very corporative. they all want to see it happen."and it will...all in perfect weather...mark " a year ago right now, we were on this floor and it was 100a0 >> reporter: and it will -- all in perfect weather pixie that a year ago it was about 100 degrees and we were thinking -- how are these people going to handle this? labatt beer is gone. >> reporter: and perfect timing. the weekend before the first football game the students being back for only one week on a saturday -- there is a lot of things that add up. >> we are told there are thousands of tickets available.
concert starts at 3 pm. for more information will have that information on our website cbs2iowa.com . >> blake shelton and several other country music stars will pay tribute to legendary singer during the a-c-m honors. you can catch the two-hour primetime special right here on cbs 2 on september 9th. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top primetime special right here on cbs two on september 9. corridor top stories pixie still to come -- corridor top stories. >> still to come sports. thunderstorms have really flared up in our northern county. some places already have seen
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join us tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning -- each year - wildfires seems to get worse across the western part of the . country.find out the new research being done right now - to make sure firefighters are taking the right approach. that's a lot of moisture in the atmosphere -- a tremendous amount. this is about the fifth time we have had water values of about 2 inches. that water vapor can be squeezed out in the form of
even into late august that usually means up to 4 inches of rain. that is what we are concerned about tonight. so we will get right to in just a second. first of all 73 is the temperature in cedar rapids. the moisture is in the air. that will squeeze this out in the form of showers and thunderstorms. several hours in our far northern counties. you can see the thunderstorms very active up that way and they keep back loading into western iowa. diesel be around for several more hours meaning the potential is there for 3 inches of rain. floyd county not too far away from charles city. minor flash flooding has been occurring in some areas.
over the same general area of the potential is certainly therefore flash flooding across northeastern iowa as we go through the nighttime hours tonight. once again you can see this solid patch of rain extending from mississippi river to the core. and from there the actual front goes all the way into southwestern iowa and right in this region here you can see additional thunderstorms developing. these could actually move north east of the same through the night so i am expecting decent rainfall totals coming out of northeastern iowa and certainly the potential is there for flash flooding. if you live in a flood prone area pay attention to the forecast as we go through the rest of tonight. here is our predictor. the model shows how this is expected to go. here we are 2 am noticing some of storms showing up a bit
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on the richter scale 6.32 residents are buried under debris and the town is not there anymore. again we have a 6.2 magnitude earthquake. we will continue to follow the story. there is a picture right there of just some of the debris. but many buildings being damaged .back here at home president. obama is getting an up close look at the devastation in louisiana. tens of thousands have been forced from their home. the president toward some of the hardest hit areas. more than six -- more than 60,000 pounds have been damage. president.
the way. the fight to succeed president. obama is focused on several key battleground states. there is one new state in play. a new survey shows hillary clinton polling almost even with republican nominee donald trump. missouri has not gone democrat in 20 years. polls show clinton holding her bid in florida and new hampshire. with time running out donald trump correspondent jeff barnd shows us --it all could be too little -- too late. late. " in hillary clinton's america, the system stays rigged against americans."for the first time in his campaign, donald trump is spending nearly 5-million dollars for television ad time.. his camp is targeting 4 ?key? states for the tv spots a& florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and ohioa& where 82 electoral votes are up for grabs..his ?first? tv ad paints a grim picture of aa& u.s. immigration policya&
presidency."our border open, it's more of the same, but worse."but one expert tells me this ad falls short of courting the all-importanta& ?independent? voter."and at the end of the day, its not that convincing of an ad, except for his own base who's already going to vote for him." trump's rival mrs clinton and her allies have spent more than 100-million dollarsa& ?dominating? the airwaves with tv spots in recent monthsa& and in ?key? states, some experts see a return on that investment. the latest average of several national polls average of more than 5 points over trumpa& ?in? florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and ohioa&.the trump camp has said repeatedly a& it ?wouldn't? start airing tv ads until ?after? labor day. but with trump's quick slide in recent polls, political experts i talked to say this early spending spree is a tacit admission of recent campaign misstepsa& "this is a true acknowledgment of a campaign in trouble. and a campaign finally for the first time .. behaving like a campaign."but media experts
for trump to right the ship. "having been in the broadcasting business, there's like a campaign but media experts say that is plenty of time for trump to write the ship . >> however $5 million to convince undecided dollars in must win states will not be easy . >> it is not too late but it is certainly too little . >> tonight in sports the volleyball season is off and running and it starts with a
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easing into the new volleyball season for kennedy and there is no easy into the new volleyball cc per kennedy and jeff said. both teams have state title hold and to start their seasons they get to face each other. jepson visiting here comes kennedy. taylor joiner two tall at the net. getting the block endpoint. later joint error puts -- joiner puts a little heat on this one. 3-1 the final. season the right way -- 4- nothing home team...but the
colby greene puts a stop to that one -- and the comeback is on..set point now -- claire overton -- just inbounds - that spike wins the first set for west... the trojans go on to win, 3 sets to one.... seven points is all that separated west branch and a trip to the state semifinals last season -- but to make it back - and hopefully advance further -- they'll have to do it with sixteen new starters.... starters....coach butch pedersen knows this season will be no picnic -- between to do it with 16 new starters. coach rich peterson knows this season will be no picnic. it looks like an uphill climb but for a program rich in spain -- pigskin tradition -- no excuses . >> we are very young. we have seven freshman kids on the varsity. our schedule is brutal. we have to grow up pretty fast . >> i know it is not just
everyone is doing what we can to be stronger and faster than we were last year. we will do everything we can. >> on monday it was reported that chris doyle i was strength and conditioning coach will make $595,000 this year more than any strength coach in the country. his job is simple but important. get the hawks ready for game day. we are now just 11 days from kickoff. on tuesday the staff is still searching for what turns good teams integrate teams. i am happy with what i am seeing. fundamentals and how to do it... the big thing is consistency - we're not near consistent enough right now - there will be two or three really good plays - really sharp looking plays - and then somebody will blow something - so consistency from here on in is
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just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm. welcome to delicious. around the core and when she county we have a flash flood warning. you can see many other counties with flood advisory. the radar of that way continues to show thunderstorms. we will
>> stephen: hi, i'm stephen colbert. please don't adjust your television set. i really am in pale. ( laughter ) you know, recently there have been some accusations by the trump campaign that hillary clinton has some sort of debilitating medical condion well, that's a serious accusation, and i've looked into it. i have here on my desk all medical research the trump campaign has done on hillary clinton. let's take a look. okay, oh, yeah, this doesn't look good. ( laughter ) clearly, unfit to serve. >> it's "the late show"" with stephen colbert. tonight, stephen welcomes rami malek.