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on iowa's finest. finest."i want my son back, but that is not going to happen. my son is going to do . the latest on the attack on iowa's finest. >> i want my son back, that's not going to happen, he is in heaven. how the corridor community and beyond is working to give back and show support. a former corridor school employee is accused of sending next.and ..."the outstanding november weather ... weather first forecast." forecast."more live more investigations.more people working for you.your only 9pm news.you're watching the most complete newscast of the day.fox 28 news at nine begins now. complete newscast of the day fox 28 news at 9:00 begins now. good evening thanks for joining us it is definitely not a normal november for weather, that is, but what an incredible way to start out the weekend. >> it is so true. meteorologist brandon marshall
weather first forecast. >> today was the eighth straight day we were above average, it was a mild start to november we'll continue right into the weekend clear and calm areas by fog sunny perfect tomorrow temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 slightly cool for sunday temperatures above average, high and dry above the corridor as we expand the radar high and dry across eastern iowa as well. not much to clear skies will be around for the rest of tonight here is your corridor forecast for tomorrow morning clear and calm could see patchy fog 43 degrees in cedar rapids to 44 down towards iowa city in your hourly planner tomorrow low 40s with fog, sunshine up to 70 i'll let you know how long right now fox 28 has new details -- --on the ambush attack on iowa's finest.tonight in urbandale a vigil was held
killed early wednesday morning in des moines. moines.today the man charged with murder - for the des moines. >> reporter: today the man charged with murder for those deaths of those two des moines area police officers faced a judge scott michael green is being held in the polk county jail on a $10 million bond. he is accused of killing urbandale officer justin martin and des moines police sergeant anthony beminio. authorities arrested him county. green's daughters are speaking out in a statement to fox 28 news as the daughters of the accused we would like to say and express our deepest sympathy. they do not condone. it was a shock to us a man we knew so well was capable of doing so tragic but we were deepest condolences - to the
funeral arrangements are now set for the two officers.a visitation for des moines police sergeant anthony beminio will be held on sunday afternoon from two-to-five at lutheran church of hope in west des moines.his funeral will be held at the church on monday at eleven.he will be laid to rest in the glendale held monday at 11 and laid to rest in the glendale cemetery in des moines tonight officer justin martin's family is speaking out about the ambush on their son when police arrested scott green wednesday, they used the handcuffs of sergeant beminio and officer martin. >> they were his, he carried them because it was a part of him because he had them on him every day, just anything i don't know i think it is personal. >> i think it is because it
handcuffs brought him into jail even though they were not there to put them on them, it symbolizes they finish what they started. >> officer martin was only with the police force for about a year and a half. while his mother longs to have his son back she knows he will do great things in heaven. services are set a visitation will be held in his hometown of rockwell city scheduled mo central calhoun middle school the funeral will follow on tuesday morning at 11:40 at the school. 11:40 was officer martin's badge number. ordered all flags to fly at half staff starting monday.the today governor branstad ordered flags to be flown at half staff. they were to be flown add half staff from sunrise on monday to
sergeant beminio and officer martin the towers foundation announced today it will offer support along with giving funds to each family. the foundation also says it will pay off the mortgage on sergeant beminio's home. hy-vee has also pledged $25,000 to each officer's family. we at fox 28 also want to show our support for the fallen officers. as we told you yesterday 28 taped blue lines to the back of cars after about 7 hours of taping supporting men and women in blue we taped more than 150 cars. our thanks to everyone who came out to show their support. that idea was started by thewives of police officers in des moines starting on tuesday, here many said this was a
>> i think that we take for granted all the freedoms that we have those that lay their lives on the line every day and the sacrifices they see no race or calling they are there to help us. >> they are there there out there every day for small gesture i can do for them. >> i saw you guys on the news that you were going to do this, it just touched my heart i just wanted to check on my dad. >> i was an emt for 10 years some of my best friends are now retired police officers so you got to show support for these people. >> it is nice to show the
brotherhood, statewide nationwide really good to see the public turn out. >> you can continue to share your thoughts on back the blue right now on our facebook page. both sergeant beminio and officer martin graduated from the iowa law enforcement academy. stephie lee explains how officers in the current class are trying to push forward and serve like the two fallen officers. >> when a tragedy such as this happens you know that moment shaken. >> hope still exists for the officers at the iowa law enforcement academy. >> we've got an outstanding peer support team. >> after an unimaginable tragedy with the deaths of sergeant beminio and officer martin officers are sticking together like family. >> one of the things they watch nat popand communities are pouring out their hearts.sot: kim wadding 01:52:40:24 "we're going to grieve and we're going to question but at the
assistant director kim wadding says both basic academy classes are taking care of one another - still working towards a career goal in law enforcement.sot: kim wadding, 01:49:47:28 "i really think that's what law enforcement is all about -- it's reaching out when people are feeling pain, anguish."director wadding is also a retired police chief - and knows the loss of even one officer can shake anyone's strength.sot: kim wadding 01:59:13:22 "we want to look strong and we want to feel strong but in these situations, we have to understand that the humanness that we can show -- really can make us stronger."but with remarkable acts of kindness across iowa - 02:30:06:20 "to me that's how you measure as to level of trust"it's that trust allowing recruits to slowly find strength to keep going.sot: kim wadding 01:56:01:15 "we have two functions in law enforcement -- to enforce the laws -- and to be a community caretaker" and striving to be a community caretaker - means spreading a specific message.sot: kim wadding 01:51:47:08 "police
of hope -- that's what we're called about. people call us, we respond to wadding says as part of the academy's curriculum - officers have a program called blue courage - teaching them about taking care of each other and overall empathy. many people have asked how to help.there ?is a way you can support those grieving the fallen officers.the des moines police officers union has set fallen officers the des moines police officers union has set up a website to take you can make contributions to one family or both in any amount you wish go to our website for a link to that memorial page. developing tonight two police officers have been shot in arnold missouri near st. details, but the officers are expected to survive.a suspect - is in custody. also tonight -- a new york city police sergeant - has died after a shooting in the bronx.. a second officer was shooting in the bronx a second
investigating a home invasion the gunman is also dead. >> tonight we know the name of the officer involved in a shooting tuesday morning in cedar rapids, the dci is talking to officer lucas jones police tell fox 28 jones stopped jeremy mitchell at 1 a.m., they say a fight started and the officer fired. mitchell then hit two cars before being arrested and then taken to the hospital. mitchell's family wants to see the exactly what happened officer jones was involved in the 2015 shooting that killed jonathan gooseman he was cleared in that investigation. fox 28 learned the name of two girls killed in a crash in lynn county. 16-year-old salina and 13-year- old isabella died after a pick up rear ended the car they were riding in investigators say two cars were waiting to turn on the county home road when the
the girl's mother jennifer perez and two other daughters were also in the car one of them has life threatening injuries. the driver of the pick up was not seriously hurt. a go fund me page has now been set up for the family, all ready exceeds the goal so far, it raised more than $30,000. the money will help pay for the funeral of the two girls. in marion sends an appropriate picture to a minor. >> with what the picture has to say tonight. >> officials say they followed state law in reporting the incident involving marcus cane, they cannot provide specific details but confirmed he worked at lynnmar high school and helped teenagers with special needs. cane was arrested on monday after admitting to sending an
seeing more of since social media is more prevalent. >> those numbers expanded exponentially every different type of app or program is another thing we have to worry about and it can be really time consuming to go through one device. if cane is convicted he could face fines and up to a year in jail cane is scheduled to appear in court next week. next on the news at 9:00, four more days day where the candidates are making their final stops on the campaign trail. it was another mild day here in eastern iowa, temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above average thanks to clear skies and sunshine the mild temperatures will continue into the weekend i'll have the numbers for you in your putting
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where you can get a turducken to die for - and we'll teach you how to make it! that's we are in the final days of the presidential race - and it all comes down to which candidate - can get their loyal - supporters to . we are in the final days, it is all which candidates can get to the polls with the largest numbers. hillary clinton and donald trump are making t pitch for votes in the states that will likely decide the outcome of the presidential election. in pennsylvania clinton argued trump's termerment disqualifies him for the job. also relying on the strongest attacks trump brought up the fbi's investigation into clinton's e-mails during a get out the vote rally in new hampshire. >> how can hillary manage this
>> trump needs a strong republican turn out in rural areas to counteract democrat strongholds in urban communities. >> donald trump wants to try and turn out what he has been calling his violent majority. >> president obama fired up voters in north carolina where polls show clinton has a narrow lead. >> what i'm asking you to do is make sure that everybody you know is going out to vote. >> both candidates are hoping for a strong ground game in fatigue 82% say they feel disgusted by their presidential campaign. >> cbs news reporting that the- mails found on a laptop shared by huma abedin and anthony weiner were not just duplicates of e-mails already seen by the fbi. the question of the day, do you think the media has been bias
click on the question of the day to vote. fox 28 news spoke with secretary of state paul pate days before the election about his viewpoints on the integrity of voting. >> we have 10,000 iowans who work the poll sites republican and democrat side by side it takes care of the integrity question but on the absentee ballot, it is convenience many have taken advantage of and utized about 40% of the this coming election. before you head to the polls join us for a final look at the campaign on election eve. don't miss iowa in focus 2016 special hosted by kevin berry, watch i want monday night at 10:30 only fox 28. in lynn county there is still time to get out and get your absentee ballots the auditor's office will be open tomorrow in support of the general election
absentee ballots from 8:00 in the morning to 5:00 that afternoon the last day you can absentee vote is monday. >> still ahead on your fox 28 news at 9:00, fighting climate change how one corridor city is trying to reduce its environmental impact by going green. the mild start to november we'll continue into the weekend tomorrow with early morning fog we'll see sunshine temperatures up no near 70 degrees, i'll let you know how long these mild temps will last coming up putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let
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by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. we need to build an economy that works for the middle class. instead of giving
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. beautiful clear night across the corridor, this is november i was talking to brandon marshall, usually the boating season ends october at best this mild start in november is continuing from the mild october we had temperatures near 70 degrees tomorrow even if you have leaves to rake i know there are a lot of leaves this is the weekend to get out here coming up in a to get a colder pattern in here things will quickly change i'm sure by the time we get to thanksgiving as we take a look at live doppler radar, high and dry across the corridor cedar rapids towards iowa city as we expand the view same thing across eastern iowa as we are quiet no rain in the forecast at least for the next several days here is a picture of satellite all across iowa clear skies except the far southwest corner but that's what happens when high pressure is in control and we'll keep the clear skies and the sunshine in
couple of days clear and calm we could see areas of patchy fog along and north of i-80 sunny and perfect tomorrow temperatures a few degrees warmer today then today we could see readings close to 70 then slightly cooler on sunday as temperatures will fall back into the 60s but still above average and sunshine so here is your corridor forecast clear and calm will be chilly again patchy fog along and north of i- 80, 43 in cedar rapids, 44 in iowa city if you're heading out high pressure currently over eastern iowa right now that will continue to be the case as we go through the day tomorrow so here is our predicter as we head into the afternoon hours around 4:00 we have a southwesterly flow so temperatures will be more mild and then as we go through over night hours tomorrow into sunday the high pressure we're
conditions and sunny weather is expected so here is predicter as we go in closer around 8:00 tomorrow morning we're looking at clear skies by 3:00 in the afternoon no clouds to show at all plenty of sunshine we start sunday morning at 8 a.m. clear skies maybe again patchy fog and then sunday afternoon at 4:00 not much of any clouds so the beautiful weekend will continue right here in eastern iowa. so tomorrow morning right around 8:00 we're looking at most areas around 3 to 4:00, temperatures in the upper 60s to around 70 towards washington, sunday morning in the low to mid-40s by sunday afternoon a little bit cooler but most areas well above average in the low to mid-60s. big game tomorrow for the hawkeyes they are traveling to penn state happy valley for a game at 6:30 partly cloudy, cool over all nice with temperatures after 52 degrees with the west wind of 5 to 10
north tonight clear chilly, patchy fog, 41 todacora clear and calm, north of i-80, 45 in washington, the forecast tomorrow, mostly sunny, mild, upper 60s area wide, sunny and mild conditions southwest wind readings around 70 degrees, in your extended forecast we fall back set the clocks back an how were tonight before you go to bed, 67, cooler on monday, still above average 65 clouds to build in on tuesday for election day here our average high is 53 well above that tuesday into wednesday and even into thursday before our front comes down that should knock us down into the upper 50s by the time we end next week.
fight climate change took effect today it is called the paris agreement. reducing emissions has been in iowa city's strategic plan for months but now city leaders say they are going to follow the national goal for the paris agreement as well. community more pedestrian trying to make the community more pedestrian friendly. the mayor says they'll be hiring a consultant, creating "05:40:00 tuesday night in our work session, we approved a goal of of greenhouse gasses by 26 to 28 percent from year 2005 to year 2025.." 2025.."iowa city's mayor says all of this will be in a formal resolution at the next city council meeting. coming up on your fox 28 news at nine ninecelebrations across the country.how chicago cubs fans are celebrating a big win.
history. 7 million fans entered around the park to celebrate the cub's win the parade with all the players and coaches got underway at about 10:00 this morning. it left wrigley field and made its way through the downtown ending at grant park for a huge rally. players told their fans they couldn't have made it through the final weeks of the season without their support. no more waiting until next year. if that's not enough, there is a tradition in chicago during saint patrick's day city turns to chicago river green. well, this time it is naturally blue in honor of the cubs win. >> cubbie blue. that cubs finally winning the world series means big business. >> yes it does, fox 28 news kim lucy shows us how one company is cashing in. >> 53 machines embroidering five hats an hour, 16 hours a day for about the next week.
stores right away. >> they'll crank out 15,000 before it is all said and done. >> here we are at hartford making hats for the chicago cubs and these hats are going all over we say all over the country because they will be. >> the sports have been dealing with a 47 brand hat company these hats will be distributes in stores across the northeast even traveling as far as chicago before they are picked orders before but says this one is special. >> it's got the same feel that the red sox had before but that was in 2004. >> to see the chicago fans get what they have been waiting for. >> we found an indians fan. >> they are a strong fan they deserve it.
strong market you have to have all scenarios we have to have the royal blue for the cubs yes you can see also the navy for the indians unfortunately these ones i'm told are staying plain. >> next on the fox 28 news at 9:00, cedar rapids washington is trying to get back to the dome but could they get past their city high, you're
already up, little hawks not ready to go home nate goes over the top, nobody is catching number 19 a 72-yard bomb that cuts the lead to 6 later it is 13-6, ian thomas, the senior it's 20-6 wash...next drive - the end around to connor malcolm - too much warrior speed - he lands on the right side of the pylon for six they get the winner of the regular season rematch between prairie and west -- the p- hawks won that onebut in this one -- the trojans started fast -- first drive of the game for west -- evan flitz hits austin west -- and runs fast first for west evan off to the west and he runs in from 26 yards out, trojans go up 7-0, and jogs back and throws the
at 7, faking the hand-off drops back and drops a dime into travis buchanan's hands, going on 28-21. >> another rematch the first meeting all saint a 42-0 thumping, the led 3-1 after one. then the floodgates opened up, finding his rhythm, hooks up 44 yards on the score saints go up 10-0 and then later in the second quarter worked so well the first time. this one, 40 yards longer than the other one, 84 yards on the pitching, saints march on for
tough task spartans taking on pella the number one team in the state they show their dominance early, avery comes down for the interception, pella on the move, nick finny rolls out and connects with ryan van wink for the score the dutch go up 7-0, another touch down for the touch they have the season 28-14. played two weeks ago with the title on the line the mustangs won that won first play from scrimmage and there goes sam. 63 yards up the sidelines mount vernon galloped out to a 7-0 lead williamsburg would answer gauge haze in favor, six points the red raiders miss the p-a-t. 7-6 in the second the stangs go
and back of the end zone heading back to the dome with a 42-32 win. it was number one versus number 2 in 1a between regina and pella christian, isaac buries in for six the regals drop levi gets picked off by jack jensen his second pick of the first quarter fast forward regina up, he heaves it to jensen for another, this one though are only up by 10, regina leading 45 of 35 late in the fourth quarter there was some baseball tonight, iowa beat regis 95-73 in an exhibition game. >> you ought to be loving these games because you could be getting snowed on this year. >> let's talk more about this with brandon. >> this mild start to november
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paychecks. blum wasted even more of your tax dollars on himself. worse, he tried to cut medicare and raise the retirement age. congressman blum's only out for himself. . it is 9:40, we'll take you outside for a look at traffic, i-40 at eighth street northeast, southbound where traffic seems to be moving along just fine everybody has great weather out there let's go to brandon marshall with more on our weather this weekend, brandon? >> the mild stretch does continue des moines had a high temperature of 75 today which
we'll be flirting with 70 degrees by the time we get into tomorrow. now on the radar high and dry across the corridor as we expand i want again not much to show no rain in the forecast through the weekend and into the early part of next week. here is your corridor forecast for tomorrow morning clear and calm, it will be chilly some patchy fog to worry about if you are up and about early on mainly along north and i-80, 43, 44 in iowa city. now weeks, it is very important because we look at trends and trends is kind of an important thing we look at when we do forecast weather, especially this far out here is the normal line, you can see the normal high is 53 as we go over the next few weeks you can see the normal goes down to 45 by the time we end the period and we'll be well above average as you can see here at least through next thursday we'll be in the 60s then things start to cool down by the time we get into next friday we'll be back into the 50s hang out there
month we are looking at a colder air mass, sending temperatures down into the 40s by the time we get into the end of this two-week period by around the 17th or 18th of november. of course these numbers can fluctuate a little bit by the further you get across here, but this is something that will be taking a look at obviously and something we'll focus on and looking at trends as that is an important thing here in weather forecasting. as far as the next seven days clock back saturday night into sunday, don't forget that we'll gain an hour 67 then on sunday a mild stretch continues into monday a high of 65 morning lows will be in the low to mid- 40s and then election day on tuesday still pretty mild 62 you can see our average here is 53 degrees and we'll be well above average for next wednesday and into thursday before our front does come through looks like at this point thursday into next friday when temperatures will be
forecast looking like a fine seven days. >> when it finally does get cold those who use the eastern iowa airport have a new travel option celebrating the start of nonshop service to charlotte north carolina. directors say that's a big deal because charlotte is one of the biggest hubs in the country from there travelers can connect to destinations in 23 countries. >> really opens up a lot of new market opportunities vacation opportunities to the caribbean great european connections, up and down the east coast so really provides new competition to the market. >> and this marks the 13th nonstop destination from cedar rapids. >> next on the fox 28 news at 9:00 getting kids to do household chores can be a task how this new technology is
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. more accusers coming forward to
say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig.
sam-sung is re-calling two-point point-eightmillion - - of it's top-load washing . million of the washing machines according to the safety commission, the top can unexpectedly come off during use, 9 people are reported injuries including a broken jaw. 733 people have reported problems with the washers you can get a repair, a new machine or a refund by contacting samsung. parents know getting kids to do their chores can be a real struggle but now as
apps for that, that can help. >> we're dusting for cleaning my bedroom i'll get $4. she no longer gets cash they are paid for by dad with a site hourly dot help he uploads the money, assigns the tasks and waits for results. >> when it is interactive on a device, it seems to make them more excited. >> he takes before photos to prove the jobs are done and the money appears in an online account. >> gives them a sense of power and authority and small tasks are getting done for dad hourly.help is one of small apps with websites with chore monster, parents make a list of chores and kids get points for rewards for points or tv privileges on the you rule app,
hourly, you can get amazon or itunes. >> basically we're allowing parents to understand if you want to have a conversation with money about kids it has to be in the format they understand. >> the younger sister is starting to check the ipad for her to do list. >> it is a fun and easier way to do chores. >> charges for the apps vary, chore monster is free and funded by advertising, hourly charges a small fee each time the account is reloaded and saying it is well worth it. a simple urine test may help pregnant women have a positive influence on baby's birth weight. showing lifestyle changes could make a big difference. riley carlson reports from london. >> elizabeth is about to become a mother for the first time. eight months along she is
arrival including how much he'll weigh. >> we talked about what is normal what we could expect. >> new research in london may take away some of the uncertainty. >> the name of the study was to look for metabolites in the urine of pregnant women to see if these could predict birth weight. >> in the largest study researchers looked at urine samples and the lifestyles of 800 pregnant weight indicators that women can control including vitamin d levels, exercise and diet. researchers say eating protein packed foods rich in vital nutrients made a big difference in the third trimester when babies grow the most the study found a 50% increase in those bcaas could mean a weight gain of as much as 2.5%. >> if we can find ways to intervene and modify the level
able to ensure a healthy birth weight. >> low and abnormal birth weights have been linked to chronic diseases like obesity and type 2 diabetes. doctors hope this test could be another tool for new moms to give their babies a healthy start. >> for the first time you have a chance to see the progress of the new university of iowa children's hospital is actually nearing completion and tomorrow through sunday the public is invited for an open house organizers are expected to that starts at 11:00 a.m. the new hospital costs around $360 million but no tax dollars used the hospital is set to open in december. new research finds that putting graphic images on packs of cigarettes would greatly reduce the number of deaths from smoking. a team from george down university performed the study they say pictures that show the damage smoking does might prevent more than 650,000
they say images would also cut back on low birth weight and pre-term births. if you're constantly checking symptoms online and trying to self diagnosis all patients who suffered from health anxiety.they found that such patients are more than 70- percent more likely to develop heart disease than those with no worries. next on your fox 28 news at nine -- --meteorologist - brandon marshall - has a last look at your weather first forecast end. right now - this story - from our digital partners - at circa news. news. ((take pkg))the u.s.'s huge network of oil and gas pipelines is getting old, and that's causing massive spills and making explosions more common.this week, a portion of the colonial pipeline in alabama blew up. one person was killed five others were hurt. just last month, a major leak was discovered on that same pipeline but not before . last month a major leak was
vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. instead of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes for the middle class and small business. i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message
back. hertz donuts is selling donuts with a thin blue line, 100% of the money goes to the families of officer justin martin and sergeant tony beminio. at last check the company raised $27,000 in just the last 48 hours for the des moines officers families and remember this is in donuts so not a very high pri thousands and thousands of dollars. >> tony spending some of his time growing up in iowa city west. >> home boy. >> we could have picnics in november. >> this is the weekend to do it, if you have hard work to do, clean the gutters do it tomorrow your morning forecast will be a little bit chilly to start with patchy fog, 43 in cedar rapids, 44 in iowa city, then by afternoon temperatures will jump all the way up to
by the time we hit 3:00 and sunny conditions continue for sunday a little bit cooler but mid-60s. mid-60s. >> thank you i'm really good ae war in a certain way. ahh i don't know what i said, ahh i don't remember! i moved on her like a [expletive] and congressman rod blum said. send me back to congress, and you send donald trump to the white house. rod blum still supports trump today. and even attacked republicans who spoke out against trump. send me back to congress, and you send donald trump to the white house.
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do
it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
eric: the winter sports seasons have tipped off, and the fall sports are kicking it up a notch here in november. on this edition of panther sports talk, we preview the conference football game at indiana state with coach farley, show you two sisters who helped the soccer team to a successful season, recap the championship performance for the cross spotlight a playmaker on the football field.