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ntries. so don't believe the hat. you can't make america great again, if you don't make things in america. tonight on cbs 2 news ten at ten --vote 2016
team coverage begins in the corridor-"the fact that this guy's even on the ticket right now."why this cedar rapids native is spending time in town and what he says about an opponent. opponent.then ... donald trump cruises to iowayou probably won't find him on a harley - - butwe'll show you what senator joni ernst's
presidential campaign campaignand ... a local event is changing things up.what adjustments cedar rapids' market after dark is making- and how it affects tonight's ev. event.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. with just 72 days - until the election - tonight both parties - pull out all the stops - in good evening - it all started here with the caucuses - and now iowa is one of the toss up states. states.today a corridor celebrity - came home - to try to tip the scales - in favor of hillary clinton. clinton.cbs 2 news reporter - connor morgan - begins our team coverage - with the latest from the campaign trail. trail. "hometown hero ashton kutcher is back in town and everybody's excited about it." "i hope he can get the people in this room excited so that they can go out and get their
get people out to vote.""i love it that he spent an hour here just firing up people to get out and work for what you believe in."excitement and endorsement -"we need people in positions of power that are serving us... i think that hillary stands for all of the things that we stand for."from clinton support to skepticism about her opponent"honestly when you travel outside the united states, people are like, 'what the hell's wrong with you guys?' the fact that this guy's even on the ticket right now based on the things he's said, people is going on?'"it didn't take long for a clinton canvass kick-off to turn into a trump tirade teardown -"i don't care what you think about any policy anywhere - someone who's driving racial divisiveness into the culture, that's pulling people apart, is not a person that we can have being our person."with wife mila kunis in attendance - kutcher encouraged a crowd of more than one hundred
kutcher come back to town and talk about his values and what he cares about, it gets people talking about their own."the audience takeaway -"the stakes are too high this year, we can't afford a trump administration." covering the corridor in cedar rapids, connor morgan, cbs 2 news ten at 10. after the event - some who attended - went door knocking - to try to get out the vote - for clinton. plenty of selfies also snapped today in des moines.that's where republican presidential nominee donald trump showed up for senator joni erns second annual roast and ride. cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee was there and continues our vote 2016 team coverage from des moines. moines. the point of the roast and ride is to raise money for veterans.but this year -- with donald trump's appearance - it also sent home a message about what needs to happen in this year's election.take pkg:nat pop enginewith her engine on - and helmet strapped - ready to ride --nat pop enginesenator
patriots - all riding for a purpose.sot: scott root: 12:53:38 "you've got to support your veterans."they're supporting veterans - by raising money for the non- profit - soldier strong.sot: joni ernst: 02:33:06 "it literally gets these men and women back on their feet."but some veterans pulled double duty - also biking for donald trump.nat pop donald trump:40:35 never again will be allow a veteran to die before getting the care they need.scott root's family also stood next to trump -- pleading for a change on immigration policies.nat pop from sarah root's family on killed by a man reported to be in america illegally.sot: scott root, 12:54:31:07 "you can't let all these people in the borders and let all these gangs up here and not think you're not going to have problems."trump said if he beats hillary clinton - he plans on removing criminal illegal immigrants from the country.sot: donald trump: 03:20:06 "the first piece of paper that im going to sign is we're going to get rid of these people day one -- before the wall -- before anything."
to many communities.sot: donald trump: 56:07:21 "to those suffering - i can fix it. african americans hispanics, i say vote for donald trump - i will fix it."and trump says one of the other issues he'll fix - is america's economy.he says his ecnomic policy can be summed up by three words -- sot; donald trump 50:01 "three beautiful words -- jobs jobs jobs."senator chuck grassley also it's important to note this isn't an election for th president -- but an election for the direction of the supreme court -- which lasts much longer.in des moines, steffi lee, reporting. senator chuck grassley also says it's important to note this isn't an election for the next four years of the president -- but an election for the direction of the supreme court -- which lasts much longer. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates - to our viewers.we've reached out to the candidates - to do extended interviews - wth our stations all across the coun. country.we also want to hear from you. tell us what questions you want the
cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with more top sto. stories.as we reported - this week - the f-d-a - - now wants to screen - america's blood supply - for the - zika - virus. as researchers work - to learn more - don champion reports - doctors in miami - have stumped. (pkg)doctors in miami are unraveling the medical mystery that is little 8-week-old micaela ramirez.it took weeks to determine she had zika. 3-months into her mother's pregnancy in venezuela, micaela was exposed to the virus in the womb, but she doesn't have microcephaly, the zika-linked birth defect that causes a baby to born with an abnormally small head and brain.micaela does have slight
side of her body, and calcification in the brain that could eventually cause seizures.(sot - dr. ivan gonzalez/treating zika- infected baby)"the plan right now is to follow her for 5-6 years but as more info gathering we'll know more in 5-6"now, with new locally- transmitted cases of zika in florida, federal health officials are making a move to protect the nation's blood supply.friday, the food and drug administration issued guidelines recommending blood donations nationwide be screened for zika.in places where zika reported, tests have already been underway.(gfx)the fda now wants new donations in these 11 states tested within the next month and remaining states to start within 12 weeks.(sot dr. peter marks, director, fda's center for biologics evaluation and research)"the goal of the recommendation is to keep the blood supply safe for all those who might need blood transfusion."also, this week for the first time in the u-s, doctors confirmed a man who did not have zika symptoms- passed it to a woman through sex.don champion, cbs news, dallas.
there are no reports in the united states of - zika - transmission - through blood transfusions. some of your co-workers probably already use them - - but now standing desks - - are making the move to the class - room. room.texas researchers - say kids - - who are standing - could maintain a healither weight.child - hood obesity is a growing concern. the study followed about two - hundred kids - and found the youngsters who stood at a desk - - rather than sitting - averaged a three-percent decrease - in now a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. right now - a convicted murderer is ?back in jail after being listed as "escaped."39-year-old john frederick mohr failed to return to the davenport work release facility yesterday. that's when the iowa department of corrections labeled him as escaped. right now- more is in scott county jail. .mohr started a 50-year prison sentence in 1997 after a second degree murder
revocation in april of this year - he began work release. if you've ever wanted to make a difference - when it comes to human rights - - this is your chance.there are now two open spots - on the iowa city human rights commission.the group - works to educate - plan activities and programs - - and fight against discrimination.the group meets - once a month.you must be 18-years-old - it's a three year term - and you can find more information - on our website. it's a huge night in down-town cedar rapids - as thousands gather for the farmers - market.it's the second year - for market after dark - - and organizers are making some changes - after a few issues - last summer.this year - the event will feature - some 19 blocks - - of food - crafts and fun.. last year it was only seven - blocks.and if you're planning to have an adult beverage - there are changes there too. "aside from purchasing beverages from our beverage
and beer from any of our participating restaurants and those can actually come out into the venue." venue."after some complaints about over -crowding last year - when some thirty - thousand people showed up - organizers say they're ready for tonight. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minut. minutes.coming up - a photographer - - trying to capture so much more - than beauty in her art. she's trying to convince people - to look at world different way.
while starting a small business. i'm monica vernon. we've got to help hardworking families with affordable childcare, expanded family sick leave, and equal pay for equal work. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message because it's time to get something done for the middle class. monday on cbs 2 this morning. right now - a zika vaccine is in the works - but it could
use.how scientists are fighting the virus now, that could be the key to preventing the spread of the disease. a photographer in maryland - is setting up her camera - - for free photo shoots. she gives the pictures -- to families - - who have children - facing challenges. but as weijia jiang reports - changing the public's ?perception of what's "normal" may be the biggest challenge. challenge. (nat sot)"1, 2, 3 cheese!"when stephanie her camera lens at 6 year old asante allen...(nat sot)more from shoot(track 2)she doesn't see a child with special needs. she sees...a special child. (sot--stephanie smith//founder, lenses for love)"the strength and resilience of these kids has been far more inspiring and touching and moving than any other normal child that i've ever been able to shoot." (track 3)eight months ago, the 28 year old says she read a blog post about another photographer who turned down a
(sot--stephanie smith//founder, lenses for love)"for me that was just my wakeup call." (track 4)it inspired her to offer photoshoots to families with children with diseases and other conditionsfor free. (track 5)asante has dwarfism. his twin brother does not.the allens says people treat their kids differently, but not smith.(sot-donna) allen/silver spring, md)"someone seeing us the way that we actually are, rather than a spectacle or some people to gawk at. you know, just to show asante his humanity, to show his side, and that's the most important thing, to show us as a family, not a special needs family."(track 6)smith is a mother herself, and watched her sister battle cancer twice, which also inspired the project.(sot-smith)"i always knew when that happened i wanted to find a way to give back"(track 7--end with photos of the family)smith named her charity "lenses for love" because, she says, love is unconditional.
for love" with photographers in every state -- donating shoots to families with children who have special needs. so far she's completed nearly 20 free shoots herself. the last few days of august - - and with the concert in iowa city - - and the farmers market in cedar rapids - - we ended up with a perfect - summer nightt. nightt.here's meteorologist rebecca kopelman with your cbs
we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get 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.
side...iowa city west ran their way to the team title -- four women of troy placed in the top twelve....onto the boys -- prairie felt right at home - look at all that orange and white -- the p-hawks win the team title by more than forty points... and individually - cedar falls' sam schillinger repeated as champion -- he was sixteen seconds slower than last year - but still fast enough to get out of town with a win... "i knew what it was. and i was like "it be good to try and go for that" but as soon as i saw it was storming last night, i knew it was gonna be wet this morning. i kinda just put that out of my mind and said "okay just run in high school volleyball - c- p-u and dyersville beckman meeting up in a weekend tourney final... and beckman's kylie bildstein sets the tone - too hard and just out of reach -- blazers on top early....but here come the pointers -- still in the first set -- abigail weideman -- look out! -- c-p-u is within a point... but beckman
whole thing - caroline kluesner with the dig -- and shannon hoffman finds the spot... blazers win the finals, two sets to one... if there's one thing iowa has on it's side entering the 20-16 season - it's experience - on defense - at quarterback - in the backfield - some of c-j beathard's key pass catchers also return - while some new guys - will be called on to produce - matt vandeberg and riley mccarron are back at wideout - they'll be c-j's main targets - elsewhere - we've seen flashes from jerminic smith and jay upside there - those guys have plenty to prove - and the hawkeyes have one week to round out that receiving core... out of that group - we'll try to settle on about five or six guys - including guys that can play multiple positions - the job that coach kennedy has is getting your three best out there just like brian would do getting the five best lineman out - we've still got some time to decide exactly what we
announced iowa state's team captains on friday nights - senior mitchell myers and juniors joel lanning, allen lazard, and kamari cotton-moya are all taking on that leadership role - the players were selected by their teammates... it's week three of the n-f-l preseason - at this point - the players can't wait to finish camp - but the coaches - they want to get an extended look at their starters - and another look at guys fighting for roster spots... spots...the bears welcomed the chiefs to soldier field this day on offense for chicago - jay cutler - rushed and sacked - cutler was 6 for 15 in the game - and no points for the first team offense... the chiefs first team "o" - did just fine - spencer ware muscles his way in from a yard out - 13 points in the first half for alex smith and that offense...and the chiefs win, 23 to 7... thats a check of sports -- we'll be right back with another look at your weather
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great again". but trump made his shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. and
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