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welcome to cbs two this morning... welcome back to coralville is bright best here on september 2. i am kevin barry alongside kelly d'ambrosio. we are going to be here all morning for cbs to news this morning and our sister station fox 28 life.
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the sun is coming out and i and very grateful. rebecca we are handing over to see who tells about the weather today.>> i even need air conditioning, we might open the doors, it is warm in here, you guys might have to keep your jackets on for a little while. the sun is starting to rise to allow temperatures to increase, they have dropped a bit last hour but a beautiful sunris cedar rapids, temperatures are still in the 50s. 50 degrees in core and we could have spots over highway 20 that are in the 40s, they may not show her. 53 now and cedar rapids and 52 nearby. it will be = so on the way to the bus stop temperatures in the lower 50s and you may need a jacket when you step out side, the kids maybe one as well. to the day-to-day everyone will
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areawide here is the fright fest forecast, you're headed out at noon will be 72, 73 basic and temperatures will start to fall down to about 65 degrees by 9 pm. there is a concert going on later tonight, it will be a gorgeous night and it will be cooling down, later on tonight into the 50s. remaining jackets if you are out later tonight as well kevin and kelly you a couple more hours but it will warm up, what you're weather first forecast and will let you know when the water conditions continue. a waterloo police officer will not face formal charges now after body cam video shows officer adam wibbenmeyer inking on the dreadlocks of a handcuffed suspect. it also shows the suspect dass it also shows officer pushing on his head and shoving into the squad car.
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attorney to the fbi. from octavius keller nearly ran over officer whitmire at the end of a high-speed chase. keller was the officer fired. the attorney general office review the footage and decided not to charge whitmire. waterloo police chief says the officer was punished internally and he will -- and the suspect will stay charges later this month. fayetteville suspect is being sent to a halfway house. 33-year-old joshua sargent was sentenced to two suspended by your prison terms for threatening a share. he also have five years probation in a residential facility. akin april he was arrested for burglary and when he left the jail he called the police chief and threatened to kill him. a former school is a tenant in cedar rapids is pleading guilty to child enticement charges. court filings show tyler cummings mark enter the plea thursday in a federal
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sitter rapidash cedar rapids community school district and accused of soliciting simply solicit children photos eddy baeza 10 years in prison. trial so said or when trying to kill her newborn. at the university of iowa hospital. then left the child in a trash can.the newborn was later found alive by hospital staff. staff.hautzenrader is pleading ?not guilty to attempted murder and child endangerment. her trial is now scheduled for february. city leaders in cedar rapids are considering ideas about abouthow to handle any future emergencies -- like floods -- droughts or nitrate issues. those ideas have come from dozens of corridor experts and community members who met thursday to talk strategy.in a twist -- the u-s army corps of engineers created a multi-hazard tournament.people were put into groups and each
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be looked at by the city. it helps them befrain if the future moves in this direction here are th epossible outcomes and here are possibile strategies to adapt to that so we don't carry quite the conseq. consequence.a few of these brainstorming sessions have already happened in canada and the u-s.the corps says the session yesterday was by far the most techonologically united states. the army corps says the session from yesterday was the most technologically advanced was yet using state-of-the-art predictive computer models. aced -- a quarter veteran is getting a new home. this is the iowa city va and cbs told you about earlier this week. the medical foster home program means caregivers open to homes to passengers -- of veterans who cannot live independently. this used to be a foster parent consol signing up to care from
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lady was willing to do. >> in my mind, that is how we are filled to be as people, to be in community and to bring another person and get to know someone.>> va is still looking for more caregivers. if you are interested in signing up there are a couple of requirements. have to be at least 21 and have previous caregiver experience. there's also a formal interview process and says veterans pay several iowa legislators in johnson county countylearning about iowa's agriculture industry. industry.they gathered at stutsman inc. in hills where they saw presentations and demonstrations on modern farming techniques.advances in precision farming and livestock waste distribution have helped farmers be more efficient and reduce their environmental impact. the goal is to give legislators a better understanding of farming issues regulated by the state. i think it's important especially for people who aren't familiar with
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of urban legislators that don't exactly know what's going on on the farm 8 8legislators were at a similar event last year focused on iowa's pork producers. dog breeders and their four- legged friends from all across the country are in amana this weekend.the annual five seasons cluster dog show is in town through monday.more than a hundred breeds recognized by the american kennel club will participate in the show.the event is free.parking costs three dollars. another event you can enjoy this weekend in the rapids.it's kicking off its tenth year this weekend. some new events include a live graffiti demonstration and a fashion tent. the festival will also feature local artists and musicians. organizers want families to come out and have a good time. "to enjoy the art and see lots of different artist and enjoy the music and open their eyes." eyes."this event is also free. everything starts tomorrow afternoon at five.
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fest - where festivities will kick off in just a few hours. hours.coach fry is already in iowa city.this photo was tweeted out last night of coach fry touring the new football facilities with current head hawkeye kirk ferentz.ferentz coached under fry in the 80's. 80's.hayden fry spent nearly two decades roaming the sidelines at kinnick stadium. he help resurrect the hawkeye football program in the 80's - earning a spot in the rose bowl in just his third year.he has the 10-th most wins of all-time in football. as hawkeye fans across the state get ready to cheer on the hawks tomorrow - the team will be cheering on a young iowa girl. girl."if kinzie's nurses and doctors and whole care team were here, i'd want to tell them thank you - you've really changed our life. we didnt know how we'd be able to handle this but you've given us our life and kinzie's life."
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hemann is opening the football season as the first kid captain. she has a genetic disorder that prevents her blood from clotting.her is the first kid captain of the season. she is a genetic disorder that prevents her blood from clotting. her parents say the people at uic mikko life and is hoping she will be on the field friday and hopes to inspire a when. another honorary captain's former hawkeye and a former cyclone, dan mccarthy. played in the 70s and coast under hayden fry for more than a decade. that he made his name as a head coach for the iowa cyclones snapping their 15 game losing streak that iowa held or the cycles.'s last trip eight was last year as the head of the texas mean green. he will join us on set her on fox 28 more in life, -- morning live.
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>> it is 6:09 am. coming up next, one of the best way for hawkeye fans to get back while to get ready to kick off the 2016 season. it will be a beautiful day to head out to the festival all day and all night long the weather will be perfect. we have high pressure in place with a lot of dry air in overhead.
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it is 6:12 am, a beautiful start to the day. temperatures are still cooling down and they are in the 50s. area y, 50 degrees in socorro, 53 in cedar rapids, 51 in waterloo and 50 in iowa city.
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you may need a jacket as he had outdoors to take the kids to the bus stop this morning but as we had to the rest of the day temperatures rising into the low to mid 70s, for frifest, temperatures will be great 73 degrees today. if you have a friday night football games tonight for kickoff, the temperatures will be around 70 degrees and pollen to the night. mostly clear skies. you may need a jacket. going to be out late, temperatures will fall quickly we will be cooling down tonight . temperatures close to 50 degrees area y. clear skies and calm winds. all because of a high pressure system in control. like dij@ vu because with the same forecast for a couple days. we have very dry air in place, this across the midwest
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down to the south is a different story where tropical storm her mean -- hermine is crossing florida and going into georgia and south carolina. as it moves up the east coast it will put a lock on the pattern and prevent our high pressure system from moving offshore. that is typically what happens happens quickly. that will take the nice weather away. for now, it will keep high pressure in place weather around to the entirety of the weekend which means very comfortable conditions. on the sticky scale, dew point is comfortable. about 70 degrees got that's when it gets uncomfortable. for now, we will keep the dew point pretty low through sunday. on labor day, you will notice an uptick in humidity, it will start to get stickier, then you will notice it tuesday, wednesday and thursday, humidity will be back, a very
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backup after this dose of fall right now. we will continue to fall weather to the rest of this weekend, temperatures close to 80, saturday and sunday and enough to go around, on labor day it will be dry. we will be work with temperatures close to 90 degrees. and it will be humid. by the time we tuesday wednesday and thursday, rain chances go up. highs chance for rain on late tuesday and wednesday. degrees, unity will be up there so summer is coming back. for now, dutiful weather for all the activities today and we send it back over to coralville where cbs to reporter stephanie johnson is at fri-fest right now. >> reporter: i am inside the trade show and where people can pick up tons of merchandise.
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>> reporter: who can donate blood today?>> anyone was 16 years and older with parental consent was in general good health and feeling good. >> reporter: what blood types are you meeting today? >> we need all blood types. we often focus on of positive and negative. -- >> reporter: i do blood type how can you find out?>> if you donate today, if you call into the blood center and we can tell you your blood type.>> reporter: i am also a first-time donor, if i decide to give blood today, what can i expect if i were to give blood?>> rate question. for a first-time donor is important to note to bring a photo id, the show at registration and register as a blood donor. then we give you a screening card which has about 50
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traveled got diseases you have had, medications, you answer all of the questions. then you go to private school greening with the staff to qualify as a donor and happy mentor -- have a mini checkup. we want to make sure everything is safe. the donation takes about 10 minutes then we give you juice and goodies. that make sure you feel okay afterward. >> reporter: before i give blood, do i need to eat, hydrate myself? how should i prepare? second you to drink water this morning. also eat a good meal ahead of time. we like to see a good meal four hours before donation. >> reporter: what are the hours today for the blood drive? >> we open at 9 am and close at 2 pm. took one last question. what advice could you give anyone who will donate today? >> just relax.
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are helping someone here in iowa city, it is a powerful thing. took thank you carey, we are inside the convention center at the marriott celebrating fri- fest, stick with us all morning , we have you covered on everything. everything. stephanie johnson cbs two news.y clinton and i approve 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 china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products 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
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welcome back and we are in coralville for fri-fest. college football can make a huge difference in people's lives.>> mark explains how one player at florida state made a huge difference one little boy just by sharing a lunch. >> reporter: lunceford middle
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something special tuesday. handful of florence state football players visited and walked in for lunch. one of them, travis rudolph, the team star wide receiver noticed one sixth-grader in particular. >> i saw him by himself and i asked if i could sit with him. he said sure. we started off having a good conversation. > reporter: that kid was 11-year-old no pesky.>> >> reporter: you looked up and he was sitting there. what did he s up.>> reporter: notice everyone else in the picture said far away, ball has autism and often eats lunch by himself. >> on the daisies is a low, those are the days it bothers me more than a father said. >> leah is his mother. she posted about a facebook said this is one day i did not have to worry if my sweet boy ate lunch alone because he sat across from someone was a hero
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just moved with emotion in his generosity and kindness. i don't know what made him pick bo, i'm grateful he did>> right here.>> reporter: at school today all the kids wanted to have lunch with bo a superstar. everyone recognizes me. >> reporter: mark strauss. cbs news. >> you forget how big of an impact that the players have. is a great video of indianapolis colts player, going to the side like a kid comes to the field and hudson and the kid goes crazy. >> the kids watch players on the field. they have cheerleaders and bandmembers, they look up to them. daydream about one day be that person. it is very inspirational. we are glad you are with us
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after the break we look at 2015
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vernon: a lot of childish bickering stopping you from getting things done. sounds like washington, but it was my house as i raised three daughters 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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it is going to be a beautiful day, but it is cool to start across eastern iowa, definitely a little shock when you step outside, temperatures close to 50 degrees area white. 52 in charles city. north of highway 20, the blue, i think we could see some upper 40s in those spots down to the south coast to 50 degrees, 57 in iowa city. as we had to the rest of the day, temperatures will be
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sunshine is coming into will have high temperatures just in the low to mid 70s this afternoon. is perfect day for fri-fest or any other activities and it will be a perfect start to football season tomorrow. we could not ask for better weather, it will be warmer but plenty of sunshine, comfortable conditions through sunday, humidity does increase by labor day and we had a chance for showers and storms tuesday wednesday thursday with summerlike conditions were now i amgo fri-fest for kevin and kelly are out there in dealing with some chilly conditions. really going to be a great day today.>> reporter: thank you it is chilly but it feels like football it will put everyone in the mood. >> you are not supposed to be sweating at football unless it under your layers.>> reporter: the theme of fri-fest is team rivalry especially since lester the hawkeyes were so great.
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look back at how the hawks brought four trophies back to iowa city - marking wins in rivalry games on their way to an undefeated regular season. season. a week one win over illinois state was soured just days later when former hawkeye tyler sash died.the team wore his number 9 on the side of their helmets -- but iowa trailed by a touchdown at halftime.with six minutes left in the game -- desmond king's punt return set up a go ahead touchdown.on the next drive -- king picked off sam b. richardson to seal the game -- and take the cy-hawk trophy back to iowa city.two weeks later -- after wins over pittsburgh and north texas -- the iowa went to wisconsin and won a ?defensive battle.the hawkeye's 10 points was the lowest point total to beat the badgers in wisconisin since iowa did it back in 1991. the hawks fifth win of the season was also good enough to take the heartland trophy.five weeks later -- minnesota came to town -- with the floyd of rosedale trophy on the line. it's named after a prize hog that minnesota won in the
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that year.desmond king's 58-yard kickoff return set up a big lead late for iowa -- and pushed them to a 40-35 win in an offensive shootout.the floyd of rosedale trophy made it's home for at least one more season in iowa.iowa took it's 11 wins into nebraska -- looking for a program record 12 wins -- and the heros trophy.running back jordan canzeri put up two touchdowns in the third quarter -- and history to run for 2-thousand yards in a career.a 28-20 win meant the hawkeyes made program history -- and brought yards in a career. a 28-20 when made hawkeye program history and brought the heroes trophy back to the stadium. >> reporter: that would be the with an of iowa winning ways they lost in indianapolis, if the kids have it shipped to michigan state and then they were ran out of the building in the rose bowl.
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rivalry trophy, next week. that will be a very exciting day.
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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?
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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. welcome to cbs two this morning... 20 welcome back to cbs to iran killed d'ambrosio with kevin barry where light coralville for fri-fest. it is a chilly morning.>> it is chilly. a little later, we are at coralville river landing and
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their it is chilly outside, we are wearing -- we are wearing our jackets. lets check in with our weather first forecast, it really is around 50 today. >> it is cooler, it is the beginning. we have winter to get to later on. we're going into the fall season. but we will still have some summer here and temperatures area white are in the 50s, it is 53 degrees in cedar rapids, 51 in waterloo, 52 in socorro. as we had through the rest of this morning, the pictures will be in the low 50s and it's going to still feel pretty cool. you may need a light jacket as you head out the door. the kids may as well. into the afternoon we will have plenty of sunshine, nice and comfortable conditions, a repeat of yesterday with high temperatures in the low to mid
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by noon 72 degrees, 6 pm 73 degrees, 90 and 65. if you are out late you may need a late -- light jacket. was against we are adjusting to cooler temperatures for the next couple days. we will see changes. we could even see summerlike conditions return. will let you know when you can expect that and when you will need to police umbrellas out coming up on the full weather first forecast in a few minutes. now back to coralville with kevin and kelly where fri-fest later today. thank you rebecca, where telling you top stories having around the country today. overnight hurricane trip or became a tropical storm. hit was a hurricane florida coast before 1:00 a.m. this is the first time hurricane hit the sunshine state 11 years. hundreds of residents have been ordered to evacuate their homes. the storm could bring as much as 20 inches of rain.
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along the atlantic coast as far north as new jersey. health officials say it could affect the fight against zika virus because of all the standing water that will be left behind from the storm. new numbers show democratic residential candidate hillary clinton pulled in her best fundraising month yet raising $143 million just in the summer month of august. clinton starts the new month with more than $60 million in the bank to use against donald trump. right now the race is tightening but clinton is trump was back on the trail thursday after meeting with mexico's president and getting a major immigration speech in arizona on wednesday while voters are working through some of donald trump policies, cbs two news now is tracking what they look like to immigration attorneys and illegal immigrants in the corredor. >> reporter: wednesday night voters were expecting donald trump to soften his notoriously tough stance on immigration what they got was more of the same. >> we will build a great wall
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are going to triple the number of i.c.e. deportation officers. >> reporter: one of the people watching was cedar rapids immigration attorney ray sheets. >> what struck me was people saying yes, this is what we need. we need to build the wall. we need to get rid of these people. but they're so much more great. there is not a lot of black and white. >> reporter: he says personal circumstances oftentimes don't fit neatly into the law.>> what do we came here illegally and has worked for an eastern iowa farmer for five years? that farmer will tell you this guy is my best worker. by far. he is honest, he is hard- working, he does not give me trouble, he shows up on time. >> reporter: he says he seen cases where illegal immigrants apply for a job and check the box on application saying they are a u. s. citizen. that single act is a felony and
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trouble and eventually deported. second the shape it into the same category that the law puts her in as someone who goes out in deals drugs, assault somebody or commits a murder? velocities those people as the same. and that is what doesn't fit. >> reporter: he says he sees in the courtroom the power. if judges have more discretion may be able to take an individual circumstance personal circumstances into effect. those changes have to go through congress and any recent attempt to do that type of thing has been unsuccessful. if you plan on heading to the game at kinnick stadium you need to know a few things.>> the clear bag policy will be in effect all year long. is modeled after the current
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you can expect for delays along dubuque street heading into iowa city, the gateway project is trying to raise the busy road near mayflower residence hall and it will not traffic down to one link in each direction. officials say we should find a different route. get more information about all that on our website at cbs to about all that on our website@cbstoiowa.com. hawkeye fan have a new way. instagram photos will appear together from tell gaining to hard hits on the field. this is the first time the team uses the media at during the again. you can find a hawkeye pass the ball. it is 6:37 am on chilly friday morning. it is chilly, but still more to come this morning. we are looking at fox28 morning live. we continue fri-fest coverage, we talked to newest member of the iowa's athletic hall of fame and the first athlete in her sport to make it there. and an all-time great
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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. 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.
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it is 6:40 am friday morning and it is cool to start the day. this kicks off the holiday weekend. it is gorgeous outside. temperatures have fallen close to 50 degrees area white. -- areawide. a warm spot in iowa city at 57 degrees. 50 degrees in monticello and we could see upper 40s north of highway 20. the sun is rising and that will allow temperatures to increase this afternoon. if you are heading to fri-fest today, it's a good idea because the weather will be perfect out in coralville at the iowa river landing. by noontime 72 degrees, mid-seventies and the afternoon throughout the area and temperatures will fall this
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outside right now and later tonight if you are out late. temperatures will be falling once again into the 50s. if you are not heading to coralville and affable of your own for friday night football, kickoff the picture 70 degrees and falling quickly once the sunsets. it will be nice and comfortable the light went out of the east and by tomorrow morning temperatures will tumble down again close to 50 degrees. we can sleep in tomorrow, most of us temperatures will be cool to start the day got been we will continue to have a nice holiday weekend. dry air is in place, a big high pressure system has taken over much of the midwest. that is leading to all of the brown over the water vapor loop indicating dry air in place. further south, tropical storm hermine, it made landfall overnight as a hurricane and brings heavy rains and address
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surge and rip currents along the eastern seaboard. as it moves up the east coast it will be influencing our weather. but in a positive way. as it moves up the east coast got it will lock in the weather pattern in place right now. high pressure will remain in control because hermine will prevent the high pressure system from moving offshore. that means we get to enjoy the benefits of ball like conditions all the way through sunday and even into parts of labor day. on the sticky scale, i will creeps back up next week. right now the two boys are in a comfortable range but they will begin to go up. by monday we are in the sticky range and you will notice humidity, but you'll notice it more tuesday, wednesday, and thursday as dew points increased to uncomfortable ranges. we are not quite into the fall season just yet. we can enjoy the taste of all we get today and through the start of the holiday weekend.
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saturday and sunday -- temperatures closed 80 degrees saturday and sunday. beautiful to kick off football tomorrow, temperatures tonight in the 50s through saturday night and not warm up by labor day. if you're going to the outside it will be hot and humid temperatures in the 90s. rain chances increase tuesday, wednesday and thursday. you may need a light jacket least about site, i'm throwing it back outside to kevin and kelly are they are sitting there in the cool conditions this morning in coralville where fri-fest will go on later today. >> reporter: thank you rebecca, where her now with tim to jerk off and jeff smith with the summer volunteer fire department. you guys are decked out in your hawkeye colors, wait a second, not exactly what is going on. tele-about the color theme.>> the colors of our department,
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black hawkeye vehicle here today that we will raffle off. with 3000 tickets available. we are selling them for $20 each. proceeds go to the truck to help pay for the truck is replacing this vehicle. we have gotten a new pickup, it has a flatbed. it will be firefighting vehicle rather than a people hauler.>> you guys have not been an practice before, what are you looking forward to hkd off >> it is going to be beautiful day. we want to be a part of the facility. we have heard about it in advance told us to come down and villa park out we're looking forward to it. hopefully we get to me go with a lot of fans and they want a chance at the vehicle.>> reporter: where we've located so if people want raffle tickets?>> at this point we are in the south marriott parking lot.
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vehicle and the flag.>> reporter: is pretty bright. >> what can the people look for in a vehicle? second 2002 four excursion, less than 52,000 miles. fully decked out with leather, three rows of bench seats. it is a very nice vehicle. >> hawkeye colors. a speck of this be a great tailgating vehicle. it has a v-10 engine >> reporter: when will you pick the winner? >> october 1 in the sumner american legion. we have an event planned to pull the winning ticket. october 1 is the drawing. tickets are available until then.>> raising money is a big deal for first responders, especially for local municipalities.
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volunteer organization and department. we get a small budget from the city, but we really depend on donations. that is the key to everything we do with the department and we have had tremendous support from the local area and outside the local area as well especially with this. it is exciting. >> reporter: if viewers are looking to be a part of the volunteer fire department, what do they need to do?>> basically, we are no different than any other small-town. you fill out an application the training is provided by the department. is simple in a good way to help the community. >> how important is the role you played in the community? >> there are a lot of things we do. we sandbag, what ever is called upon for us to do. with 30 members, it is a good squad, you can get a lot of
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community, a lot of volunteer departments struggle with getting manpower during the day, we usually have 14 or 15 volunteers that show up for each call and you can do a lot with that.>> reporter: that is so nice. we thank you so much for being with us today. and you guys, check out this truck. it is going to draw attention. i am excited for you to be a part of this today. >> we are excited to and go hawks. >> 6:47 am on fri-fest friday morning.
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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 for the middle class. we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich.
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on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, 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. welcome to delicious. [ music ] welcome back, we are with marc morehouse he is covering all things iowa hawkeyes, he is
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defense, desmond king coming back this year, that was a big story light and a bit? after 2015. how big is he expected to be going into this season?>> he had eight interceptions last year. i will not predict anything for him, he may predicted but he won't tell anyone that. there's an all-american and chances to the all-american. i don't think you'll see passes go his way as much, he does much more. he is a sturdy great tackler. he was predicted to be between rounds one and four and needs to work on his feet. it will be interesting to see.>> reporter: for a player like him, sometimes interceptions, he had eight and he had huge moments, he had them when they needed them. how special is set for player
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>> to be a clutch as a defensive back, it is huge. you cannot put a price on it, but you can't and it is the nfl draft. i think what he meant that way, please be made, he can full speed run after a ball, track it , not run into the guy, not hold the guy, just great to control the great instincts.>> reporter: i was breaking -- iowa is breaking in a new punter and placekicker. not have rights to the stadium saturday, they may get lost. they both just got here they are very new. keith duncan is a true freshman walk-on from north carolina, iowa has had zero players from north carolina. they found out about him through jason baker and iowa alumni. he is not a guy we thought
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very steady late, very consistent. it will be a job that they keep open for a while. but it looks like new guys, once we don't know iowa city.>> reporter: is that problem at college level? can you have kids like that come in and kick? it is a special and weird position. second they have to be kind of freaks like that. [ laughter ] yet 80,000 people, if you are in the way stadium they all want you you have to be able to deal with that. it sounds like this kid has it.>> reporter: i cannot imagine what that would be like with 80,000 people waiting for you to do something bad.>> reporter: what do we do -- what we know about team spirit? they did so while last year to think they have high hopes this year but are they optimistic or are they not sure with season will go? >> i think they are optimistic
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the three guys that would to chicago for big ten media, they have three great leaders. they are connected to the team in a positive way. everybody loves tj, the sitcom and i will start any day. [ laughter ] jewell, he is in entrepreneurial leadership major, he is a business happens to be able to crush your brains. he is fantastic. and desmond king, he comes back with so much credibility, he has a trunk full of awards. they have great leaders. they are the type of guys that will not let things sag. >> reporter: as talking about cj, this time lester he was the last guy left standing at the -- after the court back to debacle.
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last week at kinnick stadium. he is much more of the team. he is a guy everybody loves, he has taken place home to nashville. them of country music connection. i don't think he has introduced anyone to taylor swift, but he knows her. he is just a guy -- one of the greatest accents. you have heard him talk. i just love that. i don't think another quarterback has an accident. it in gear said. he is always complimenting people. it is a sitcom. >> reporter: thank you for joining us, we are not done yet, join us on fox28, we have when we come back, rebecca will have a last look at your
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it is going to be a gorgeous day, if you like yesterday you'll like today, if you love that you will love today. temperatures will be similar in the low 70s. put the sunshine comfortable conditions and that lasts through the holiday weekend. great weather for fri-fest for the start of football season tomorrow. hopefully you can get out and enjoy it. people enjoying right now are kevin and kelly out in coralville where fri-fest >> reporter: it is a chilly day, remember that if you had out now, one is over on fox28, we have a ton more going on. >> reporter: we're talking to former coaches and former
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, second 2nd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? hermine hammers the southeast after making landfall overnight 80-mile-an-hour winds and destructive storm surge pound the coast. hermine's next move will impact millions. plus, new fears that hermine could help the zika virus spread farther and faster. for the first time, mosquitoes have been found carrying the virus inside the mainland united states. and a luxury cruise liner making history this morning in canada's treacherous northwest passage. an ice breaker, two hospitals,

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