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right now, live at five, it's party time in newbo. we'll take you to the post- live at 5:00, it is party time and we will take you to the post-flood celebration. it is warmer now that it was last night. let's find out if they cool air were stay away longer. >> warmer temperatures to the weekend and into tuesday of next week. let's check out the credit conditions. tomorrow, it looks like it will be a mild saturday. it will be windy with wind up to 25 miles per hour. late in the day tomorrow, there is a chance of a scattered shower or thunderstorm. it is hit and miss. there is nothing on the radar for eastern iowa. is a good night for high school
here is the clouds that will be in and out of the area tomorrow. as far as temperatures go, we will start at 57 and and up at 72. it will be warmer as we get to the early part of next week. we will have 80 degree temperatures. more children may be dying from accidental shootings than what is currently no. a new report by the associated press and usa today center for disease control missed one third of the country's. that is over a 2 1/2 year period of time. nationally, a child dies from an accidental shooting every other day. and i will, there are about or check deadly accidental shooting teacher. minorities in iowa are more likely to be arrested and faced drug charges their white counterparts.
new report that says montana is the only state worse than iowa. >> the advocates say this is not a shock and it a have known for years. they hope the report is a wake- up call. it is issued by the national aclu and report shows that in iowa, african americans are seven times more likely to get arrested for drug possession. for every white person arrested, seven minorities are charged. the aclu employees say they have seen this play out at whites and minorities used drugs at the same rate. >> we do not treat them the same under the law. >> how many reports to we need to see to make change?>> officials with the governor's office say the only goal behind the drug arrest is to get drugs off the street. officers undergo anti-profiling training to avoid these issues.
with organizations and press lawmakers to change policing and i will. last month, in the early morning hours, deputy shawn swartzendruber was on patrol when he was called to a medical emergency. the dispatch came in at one-55 a-m. minutes later, he arrived at the scene where he found a pregnant woman screaming. she was trying to get to the hospital to deliver her coming too quickly. deputy swartzendruber helped deliver the baby girl and save her from being strangled by the umbilical cord. ten minutes later, the ambulance arrived to find the deputy, a healthy arrived and they found the deputy and a healthy mother and a newborn baby girl. the deputy was back patrolling the roads. and iowa city
the city is working to become more bicycle friendly.>> reporter: there is nothing like riding your bike in iowa city. asked the mayor. >> i feel like i am fully in my body when i am using my bicycle. i am aware of the world around me. >> reporter: the downtown district is to encourage people be on two wheels incentive for. is laid out pretty well for that kind of thing because it's a pretty compact kind of city in general plus there are lots of really good bike trails now, but we need to improve things."iowa city is working to become more bike-friendly, and this certainly proves the wheels are in motion. covering the corridor in iowa city, connor
they've been coveted by rum drinkers and cigar aficionados in the united states for decades.now - americans can buy all of the long-forbidden cuban rum and cigars they want. want.president obama announced a list of restrictions he has lifted to further communication s with the communist country. country.the rules are meant to increase trade and travel.they go into effect monday.other changes include allowing americans to work in cuba and help shore up the country's president's end goal is to have congress take back a 50- year old economic embargo on the island - something lawmakers have been unwilling to do as long as the castro regime suppresses certain lawmakers have been unwilling to do as long as the castro regime suppresses freedoms for the cuban people. after castro stepped out into the night, his younger brother
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eat better while they get ready for the holiday . season.follow along while we learn about supermarkets running tours to help you make better food decisions. there's a party going on right now!neighbors in cedar rapids are being asked to "flood the district". there is a party going on right now. neighbors are being asked to flood the district. jenee is here to tell us what it means. jenee ?>> reporter: it will get
intel 9:00. there is music and activity going on. we have the mayor here with me. he is about to hammer the point home why everyone needs to come out tonight. what is going on? >> we are trying to have a celebration. we are a caring community. everybody responded for the flood, mentally and physically. we are asking people to show their economic might by supporting the businesses that were impacted by the evacuation and the the gavel challenge and we talked about restaurants people are going out to eat at places again but there are companies that are not restaurants that need help.>> that is true. i am wearing this red shirt there's the sweatshirt. i purchased flowers at pearson's force. there are other businesses. sometimes people just think of that but there are many businesses for you to support and have fun.
challenge. and we will announce the winner and we have a chance to take care of the problems of being the mayor of cedar rapids. >> reporter: you expect to be perfect by the time you get the job. there are challenges. >> we are celebrating our achievement. we are winning the battle with the river with minor damage, except for economic damages to the businesses. people with the power of the consumers come down here and work businesses. as celebration, it is for time check and the downtime. it is for the impacted areas. >> reporter: thank you, mayor. come out. it will be flooding the district intel 9:00 tonight. there is free music and no cover charge. it is a beautiful evening. you do not want to miss it. live in cedar rapids, jenee
neighbors to come out and show support their holding a no boat party this weekend. they reported during 2016, some businesses else left out of the flood protection because the floodwall was built beyond their buildings. they even released an anthem.>> [ music ] >> we asked the city why they did not include the properties. the leader say the wild had been wilt on flat hungry to work. the street that was closest, that was the closest they could get for the river wall to be effective at all. let's go to terry for check with the forecast. >> the sun is out in cedar rapids. the temperature has announced
of roster on the region. that is the second morning in a row. it is gone as warmer air moves back into the midwest. it will be that way through the upcoming we can. the radar shows no rain around eastern iowa. we had clouds pushed through the skies. it will be dry tonight. the clouds will drift across the skies. with those in aerie tonight, temperatures will stay on the mild it will be in the mid or upper 50s in some locations. that will get us off to a warm start tomorrow. the high should be back in the upper 60s or the lower 70s as we go through the day tomorrow. maybe we will have a few clouds around for the high school football games. the temperature is 60 degrees. the wind is out of the south and will continue to blow from that direction as we go through the rest of the night and into tomorrow. the current temperatures are
city, it has reached 66 degrees. it will not go down much more. women nice mild evening around eastern iowa. cucumber to dissipate in the football games. as we take a look at the country, i want to show you this streak of clouds here. that is where jet stream is running. it is rolling along. it is starting to the midwest as we go through the next several days. i the time we get to monday, high temperatures have an excellent chance of reaching into the low 80s and some spot. you have to get 87 four record but it will be above normal, which is around 61 to 62. it will be 20 degrees above normal. there is a disturbance in here that will come across the area late tomorrow afternoon and evening. it may spark a shower or
their scattered and can bind to the eastern counties. is sparse temperatures go, our model shows 66. i think we should be warmer than that unless we do not get into the sunshine. i think we will have some of that. we should be back up in the lower 70s. by the time we get to send it, the clouds will be gone and temperatures will continue to warm it 70s and be -- and by monday, were back into the 80s were high temperature. we will not see many more of those through the season. you want to get out and enjoy that. their the temperatures for tonight. we will have lows around 54 to 57 degrees. we have south winds. tomorrow, we will have cloud cover and sunshine mixed in. later on in the day, we have a chance for a shower or thunderstorm but more likely tomorrow evening. you can see it will be a mild
70s. monday, there is the 81 degrees temperature. we have upfront that comes through and cool things down as we go into wednesday. then we have a stronger front. the temperatures will be back down in the 50s and another chance of frost by friday of next week. as far as the weekend goes, it is up and up and away.>> there's a lot of work wrote a singer who is taking drastic steps to be cancer.>> many months to be able to talk about it.>> how she and her family are facing a fight as a team. let's take a live look
singer decided to beat rest cancer before it had a chance to beat her.>> [ music ] >> reporter: one-woman, and she went on state -- stage. >> [ music ] >> reporter: there is one at home. both worlds were turned upside down by jennifer -- her decision to undergo a mastectomy in december. >> as a woman comic that is a tough decision to make. it is something that took many months to talk to people about. >> reporter: six months ago she found out she carries the mutation that puts her at high risk for cancers. >> i have been diagnosed with them already.>> -- skin cancer. and she is not taken a chance. >> i asked my doctor's. it is important for me for them
that we can protect ourselves. >> reporter: her daughter knows what it is like to buy cancer. at three years old, she was want you to have to go through what i went through. through.from what i remember, the treatment wasn't the hard part. it's what it did to my family. that was the hardest partover the next year -jennifer will have at least four surgeries - the double mastectomy - reconstructions - and ovary and falopian tube re with the crazy delicious - so she's stepping off the stage. when she let us know, it was a big shock and we were very sadbut jennifer's big voice voice the first time i heard her sing my hair stood up on end won't stay silenced. she's my little songbird at home and on stage stageour living room is her stage too, shes always singing a different song song we play giutar, we sing, we dance so ill get a lot of
hoo (taps heart) i always love going out to her show to see herone last show with crazy delicious - for all the fans. fans. im sure it's going to be very emotional for us, not looking foward to that part part what better way to go o ut then to rock the town with everyone you know knowit's going to be a tough show being my last show. i just want it to be awesome and have everyone have a great time. i want it to be an awesome show(crying) show(crying) for her last show a will be donated to the community cancer center spirit fund. you're welcome to come to the show.it's at nine o'clock tomorrow night at the chrome horse in cedar rapids. "here's a live look over interstate 380 near north liberty now. terry will another look at your weather first forecast when live at 5 comes back. die-hard hillary clinton and donald trump supporters are
love for the candidates. "posters fade, yard signs fade, all that but this is showing my permanent lifetime support for secretary clinton." justin smith, a clinton campaign volunteer from south carolina, got this on his right leg earlier last year. he says it took 3 and a half hours, which is nothing compared to how long he's stood "with her.""uh, well, i've been a supporter of secretary clinton's for 25 years now. she's been one of my heroes since she was the first lady. so, yeah i figured why not get her tattooed on myself." sy tattoos are typical, but what makes someone get a tattoo of someone else's face?"it's gotta be something that they've got an emotional attachment to." josh dunlap tattooed this portrait of donald trump for one supporter from florida. thirteen hours and 20 colors later, this customer was stamped with trump for life. "he specifically got the one that he got, because of the face >> one of the ones with that he
the cbs evening news is next tonight on the evening news, as more women come forward, donald trump steps up attacks against his accusers. we take a deep dive into the navy's newest destroyer. a friendship journey with a message for all of us, we have the story. tonight on the cbs presidential debate, ken bone, will be reporting from the next presidential debate for jimmy kimmel live on oct. 19. bone became a pop culture phenomenon during the second presidential debate after asking a thoughtful question about the country's energy needs.he and his red izod sweater have since become the subject of memes and garnered lots of media attention.
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completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing clinton and i approve this message. vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. congressman blum's smear campaign -- misleading and false. the truth -- monica vernon donated every pay raise to charity and helped build a homeless shelter for women and children, but multi-millionaire blum promised he'd take only half his salary. then in congress, blum broke his word and kept all the pay. now he wants to cut social security
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