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trump is the prepares to give a speech aunt -- on immigration. dry air is continuing to move in after a cold front moved through. we have if you high clouds lingering south of highway 30. we are going to see plenty of sunshine as the day goes on. 20 of sunshine right now over the cedar -- over the city of cedar rapids. temperatures areawide in the 70s, low 70s 70 where it is 72 in decorah and temperatures will warm-up and then they will fall tonight . already by midnight we are to 59 degrees which is cooler than where we were at this morning and continues to go lower from there. i will let you know how cool it
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your full weather forecast coming up in just a few joe?the first reading of a higher minimum wage passed with a 4 to 1 vote but it didn't make it through without . alterations.supervisor ben rogers said they were acting because the legislature has refused to do anything.the proposal would incrementally raise the wage to $10.25 by to remove a section of the ordinance that would automatically increase the wage each year according to the consumer price index. they said future increases shouldn't be left to an automatic formula. "i just don't believe in time the hands of future policymakers to a formula i think you need to consider all
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this case for any future increases in the minimum wage hopefully the staple have done something by then but if they don't the board of supervisors or city councils can take actio" action."supervisors were also questioned about how the new ordinance would be in forest if it were to go into effect covering the corridor joe huisinga cbs two news. donald trump is set to meet face to face with the mexican president today.this comes as his opponent, hillary clinton, is addressing veterans and facing new revelations about the content of some newly uncovered emails. emails.craig boswell has the latest on the race for the white house. house. donald trump is headed to mexico to meet with mexican president enrique pea1a nieto. (gfx)president pea1a extended an invitation to the republican nominee and explained why: "i believe in
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interests...and to protect mexicans."many mexicans are not happy about trump's visit. former first lady margarita zavala tweeted: ""although they have invited you, know you are not welcome."(nats) "mussolini y hilter..."pena has been an outspoken critic of trump comparing him to mussolini and hitler.he says mexico will not renegotiate nafta or pay to build trump's wall. (nats)"big speech on immigration."trump is scheduled to clarify his stance on immigration tonight in phoenix after softening his forces rounding up america's 11 million undocumented immigrants.(standup: craig boswell/cbs news/the white house)hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail after spending most of last week fundraising. she's speaking to veterans at the american legion convention in cincinnati.the state department now says some of the emails the fbi recovered from her private email server contains approximately 30 documents that may be related to the benghazi attack that killed four americans.the f-b-i is expected to publicly release notes from its
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craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. with trump's big immigration talk today, here's our national question of the day -- do you think sanctuary cities should exist in the united states?to answer, just look for the question of the day link on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. our mission at cbs 2 news is think sanctuary cities should exist in the united states? you can answer that question. find the link of the day on >> our mission is to connect the presidential candidate to our viewers to better and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews with our station and our sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know. reach out to us by e-mail or through facebook. a new era underway between the u.s. and cuba. this morning jetblue flight 387 touchdown in the communist a travel easier, and more affordable.but some, like
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mccaul of texas, are concerned about security. "we don't even know their some like mike mccall of texas are concerned about security. we don't know what the vetting process is for these employees. it just takes one-person, either corrupted or radicalized to put a bomb on an airplane. u.s. air marshals will be on some flights and it is confident in the protocols at the eight assessed so far. there will be extra steps for passengers because of the visa process. as soon as many as 110 daily flights will depart the u.s. for the island nation. isis now says one of at the top leaders is dead. the pentagon confirms abu muhammad al-adnani was targeted near syria but have not incited his followers in the west to kill non-muslims wherever they could, in so-called lone wolf attacks.he
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fighters and instigated deadly attacks, including those in paris and brussels. a man convicted of killing a homeless man in cedar rapids will be sentenced today. today.travis standlee was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of raymond paris and brussels. a man convicted of killing a homeless man will be convicted today. travis stanley was convicted of second-degree murder. stanley killed sharon made after he killed the other man. he will be on trial. in the courtroom for today's sure to watch cbs two news "live at 5" to watch what happens. a tama county man dead after being hit by a train just west of tama the union pacific railway train was headed from chicago to portland when it hit 27-year-old reginald walker. authorities are working to determine exactly how the collision happened. union pacific tells cbs two
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available.knew it noon center center point road back open after it was closed down after fire. cruz from the robbins fire department battled the fire at starting today - the boots will be back out on corridor streets.several local fire departments will be asking for donations from drivers with the money going to the 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. before you head out to fry-fest or to tailgate in iowa city on saturday morning - be sure to catch our brand new iowa football preview show on thursday.our sports crew is teaming up with the gazette to bring you the a preview of
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hawks tomorrow at 6-thirty on our sister station fox 28. coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon, an update on the locations and pathways of the many storms in the tropics. tropics. i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken.
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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, you've stopped working for iowa. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have
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suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while he's taking the shirts right off our backs. main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the it is a beautiful day outside and hopefully you can get out and enjoy it. if you are not outside hopefully you can open the windows and save money as a cold front has moved through and
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part of the state as this front continues to push to the south. we have some sunshine here in cedar rapids. plenty of it really. 77 degrees because of the sunshine. we have warmed up in spots. 77 in iowa city. still at 72 in 20 weight -- decorah and temperature started off in the middle 50s. it has taken time to we have dry air moving in throughout the morning hours and is starting to make its way down to southern parts of eastern iowa. the dew points are well into the 50s in northern parts of the states and that is some dry air with fog light conditions. they will continue to fall as they had to the south and that's going to bring in some very nice weather and some relief to the heat and humidity we have had.
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mid-to upper 70s across eastern iowa, a touch 80 in spots and later on tonight skies stay clear and temperatures fall into the 50s we talk about how low the temperatures will go by morning in just a moment. first, why this is happening is because we've had a dip in the jet stream and the upper levels of the atmosphere. this will permit in north east flow and this will stay this way for when we have this northeast flow in the upper app and sphere it leads to cooler conditions. that's what it feels nice and it will stay that way to the end of this week and effect we won't see a warm-up until monday until warmer air moves in. we have some really nice weather here in eastern iowa, not just because we have more sunshine and dry conditions but because it is going to feel know's -- feel so nice outside. lately the dew points in the 70s. on the sticky scale feels
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but now we are headed toward the comfortable range and dewpoints falling to the upper 50s. for thursday, friday and saturday dew points in the mid- 50s throughout the afternoon. it's going to feel very nice outside and in fact you don't notice it bump up until late, late sunday and into monday and tuesday. that's where we have the moisture move back in. today high temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 70s and i really want to show you these numbers for tonight falling down into the low and we could have upper 40s in spots the better chance for 40s comes tomorrow night with some pretty cool air in place and we will have nice conditions to the end of this week with temperatures in the mid 70s, low temperatures in the mid-50s through friday night and we don't start a warm-up until late sunday and monday and tuesday where we have the next chance for showers and storms. some nice weather for much of labor day weekend.
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experiencing some other kinds of conditions. >> yes. already a lot of rain falling in tampa bay. there is a storm there in florida's gulf coast. plus the carolina areas, the outer banks, everyone was looking at storms coming that way. what do you know about his positions right now? >> we have two tropical depressions near the u.s. one started to pull away from the carolinas and it caused rip currents. another tropical depression is in the gulf now headed towards florida expected to become a tropical storm and it will be named her mean and it will likely make landfall and that will cause problems especially along the gulf coast -- hermine -- and like you said they've
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>> remember you can download our weather app for our local weather here over the next few days will be nice. still ahead on the "cbs2 news at noon" why many people have filed lawsuits after taking a self defense course. listen throughout the day score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right? when was the last time you checked? yeah, i'd better check my credit score. here, try credit karma. it's free. all right. no more surprises.
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vernon: a lot of childish bickering stopping you from getting things done. sounds like washington, 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
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the growing concern about active shooters has more
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scenario.joce sterman with our digital news partner, circa, has a first-hand welcome back. the growing concern about active shooters has more people seeking ways to protect themselves. our digital news partner has a first hand look at training that fuel debate as it teaches people to take down an active shooter. this is active shooter training. i am laughing because i feel awkward. a mountain of men landed on my ankle. >> they are here to take your life from you. >>reporter: we are in the safety of a gym but this is a dark reality. if what we ryan lochte happens it means there is a man for a gun coming for you. >> what they are not ready for is some type of -- what happens
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>> it's not a tornado drill. we can't hide under our desk and wait. >> these cops are did -- teaching avoid, deny and defend . >> you may get hurt or die but if you do nothing you will get hurt and i. >> this kinds of -- this kind of training gives people a one track mind. >> they become acclimated to the fact that anyone could be an active shoor. response say some and up testing worse. >> either they lock up completely in these other scenarios. >>reporter: then there is the potential for lawsuits. people have filed because of training trial and pain. in iowa insurance group has
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insurance claims. these guys don't see this as a liability issue it's about saving your life. >> folks, it's never you will return to be shot. i am not going to wait in that line. you are not going to wait in that line. >> to see specific tips taking down an active shooter, you can find a link on a website coming up at noon, gatorade
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i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. two thousand and nine, the state budget was in shambles. spending was slashed ten percent. 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? switch to centurylink and get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month. that's the speed you need to stream...
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the retail business sector which includes higher-paying jobs and we learn more on friday when the governor releases the monthly jobs report. a consumer watchdog urging ftc to track down on deceptive social media ads. many stars failed to disclose they are being paid to push products and services. >>reporter: pop star selena gomez has the most popular instagram post ever. this photo of her sipping from a coca-cola bottle has more than 5 million lakes. olympian using both has promoted gatorade. nonprofit truth in advertising alleges these posts were not labeled as at the and that may be a problem. >> there are is restrictions on commercial speech. if there are getting things for free or getting paid post what
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"clear and conspicuous" way when a social media post is paid for... like including the hashtags #ad or #sponsored. earlier this month, truth in advertising, accused the kardashian-jenner sisters of not disclosing relationships with companies they are promoting to their more than 300 million combined instagram followers. (sot bonnie patten/truth in advertising executive director) "these are business women who are experts at marketing. // that was one of the reasons that we decided to focus on them."(nats)the amending several posts. kylie jenner noted her rental of at marketing. that is one of the reasons that we decided to focus on them. >>reporter: the reality tv stars amended posts and noted the rental of the mansion was actually a birthday gift from snapchat requires a disclaimer. instagram encourages users to follow industry best practices. and facebook says it has added
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content. shares of abercrombie and fitch plunged yesterday... yesterday...they're down 30 percent this year! the retailer says sales fell in the past quarter... the 14th quarter in a row! it comes as teens are ditching clothes with company logos.. and buying so called fast fashion---trendy, clothes from retailers like h and m and forever 21. google is taking on uber with a ride-sharing service in san francisco. it uses google's waze navigation app t commuters. google, walmart and adobe employees in the bay area have been testing the program for the last three months. gatorade is going green... not neon green but not neon green but organic!! organic!!the sports drink is shedding many of its artificial flavors and coloring, after professional atheletes asked for more natural ingredients.the new drink-- gatorade g-- will cost a bit more than the original. rebecca has your weather to go next...but first here's a look ingredients.
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rebecca has some weather for us but first a look at today's markets.
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rld's clean energy super power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america.
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check this out, an annual festival in spain features giant human towers!the highest welcome back. this annual festival in spain features giant human powers. the highest have reached 10 levels. they did it for the first time ever in 2013 after 30 previous attempts over the years. it used 10 levels with three people on each level. another popular and difficult structure is moving builder which can be seen at many festivals. it looks cool but taking down the tower, not so graceful. i am glad they are wearing helmets. >> oh, my gosh. that's high. >> i bet his mom is just really nervous at this point.
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? >> eric: look, you're angry with quinn, and you have reason to be. i-i understand that. i'm not discounting your feelings. >> steffy: i think you are. >> eric: no. i'm wondering if there's more to it. >> steffy: i warned quinn. i told her what would happen if she didn't leave you alone. >> eric: i don't think you left your husband to get back at his mother. >> steffy: i left because i couldn't take it anymore. quinn won't stop, so i can't have any connection to her. >> eric: steffy, quinn lives with me. she works at forrester. now, living apart from wyatt is not gonna get her out of your life. so, i have to ask again.


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