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Hartman?

And i'm john rawlings.

Thanks for watching in this morning eye opener?

We're following several big stories.... here what you need to know to get your day started.... an indiana teen has been missing for two weeks?

And now police say he*could be a victim of human trafficking.

Deigo paiz was first reported missing two weeks ago..

When police were notified about it by the national office of refugee settlement.

Paiz?

Is originally from guatemala?

But has been living in shelbyville with a sponsor.

That sponsor told detectives diego left to stay with a family member in mississippi..

But investigators havenút been able to find him.

Right no?

Shelbyville police are not ruling anything out.

What people need to understand is a human to these traffickers, these victims are a reusable commodity.

They put it more in like a business sense.

It is the vice that funds all other vices.

Detectives are working with agencies across state lines..

Trying to find diego and bring him back home safely.

Investigators and advocates are reminding hoosiers that trafficking is not just in big cities..

It happens everywhere no tickets will be issued following a hea?on crash in vanderburgh county.

The driver of a white ??v was coming around a curve near nesbit road..

When he hit a "farm boy" box truck on wednesday.

The driver of the ??v was taken to the hospital and is listed in serious condition with a leg injury.

A number of people in the area say the speed limit on the narrow country road is too high.

"i'm from pennsylvania, this is actually my first time on this road, but just from getting on this road from off the interstate its a very winding road and it's an unfortunate accident here but the speed limit is fifty but in my personal opinion, some of these curves, fifty mile an hour is pretty, it's pretty high" we're working to learn whether the ??v driver was wearing a seat belt?

But again?

No tickets will be issued.

Many people area for 15 years.

The country's largest and best known gun rights associatio?

The ?

?

?, is losing board members..

But anothe?

Lesser known gun organization is thriving.

The "national african american gun association" is growing into the largest*minorit* gun group in the country.

Senior reporter veronica dekett has more?

Philip smith?

Remembers the first time he went to a gu?range?

Loaded his 9 millimeter pistol?

And pulled the trigger.

Smith turned that power into a passion?

And formed the national african american gun association, or naaga.

While the nra is rapidly losing members due to recent tragedies?

A new gun organization has begun thriving.

In just 5 years?

Naaga has become the largest minority gun club in the country.

There are more than 75 chapters?

With more than 3?

Thousand members?

And over 90 percent of the members are black.

&amp;we have folks from every walk of lif?

Black doctors, gay, straight, republicans, democrats.

You name it, we have it//we're not monolithic in why we're all here.

We have different reasons.// nezida davis joined to learn how to protect herself.

And she's not alone.

More than 60 percent of members are black women.

(sot nezida davis) i'm usually looked a?

Like i'm a martian.

I mean, literally, if i come in and i get ready to go into the gun range, people are looking at me like, "why is she here?

Black women don't shoot."

But we shoot.

After churc?

Goers were targeted in charleston in 2015?

And the recent shooting in el paso?

Members say they're prepared to defend themselves.

And now the group is talking about getting political?

And endorsing candidates?

Which could make them a political force.

But they're not there yet?

It's something they'll discuss at their first national conference next year.

This comes as lawmakers are trying to strengthen gun laws throughout the country?

After recent mass shootings?

Like in el paso texas and dayton ohio.

For more information you can head to our website wevv dot com.

Veronica dekett 44news .

Back to one of our eye openers there is now a new way you can win money in indiana.

Starting today at select casinos around the state you will be able to place bets on your favorite sports teams. 44news reporter tyler druin is live this morning outside of the tropicana?

Where sports enthusiasts will be able to bet the odds in just a few hours.

Tyler?

Druin 44news it's estimated that half of americans will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lives.

Some people will silently suffer?

While others are now speaking trump administration can enforce new rules aimed at keeping many central american migrants from seeking asylum in the u.s. and ten leading democratic candidates for president are set to debate tonight in houston.?

Here are the top stories across america this morning the trump administration says it is taking steps to ban flavored ?

Cigarettes.

President trump announced the effort in response to a recent surge in vaping among young people.

The ??a will develop guidelines to remove all ?

Cigarette flavor?

Except tobacc?

From the market.

?cigarette maker juul sai?

It will fully comply..

However..

The american vaping association expressed disappointmen t.

The supreme court say?

The trump administration*can enforce new rules aimed at keeping many central american migrants from seeking asylum in the u.s. the policy allows only migrants?

Who have been denied asylum in another countr?

Or are victims of "severe" human trafficking?

To apply for asylum in the u.s. and ten leading democratic candidates for president are set to debate?

Tonight?

In houston.

Joe bide?

Elizabeth warre?

Kamala harri?

Bernie sander?

Pete (boo??judge) buttigieg and five others will square off in the party's third 2?20 debate.

Traditional cable companies are trying to stay competitive but more and more customers are ditching the cable box and cutting the cord.

If you're still paying a traditional cable company?

There could be cheaper options the rise of online streaming has contributed to the fall of cable.

A recent survey suggests 6?

Percent of cable customers have cut the cord and with bills as high as 23?dollars a month.

It's no wonder people are turning away from the dated form of at home entertainmen t.

Lauren leslie joins us this morning?

With a few ways to save.

Settlement does not include.

Reached a tentative settlement with 23 states and tw?

Thousand local governments related to the opioid crisis.

Purdue will pay 1?billio?

Dollars?

Three billion of tha?

Will come from the sackler family?

Who will give up ownership of the company.

While oxycontin has been seen as one of the contributors to the opioid epidemi?

The settlement does no* include an admission of wrongdoing.

Oil tycoon?

T.

Boone pickens has died.

Best known as a corporate raider who targeted oil companies in the 1?80s..

The billionaire philanthropis t focused on renewable energy later in life.

His spokesperson say?

He died of natural causes while surrounded by friends and family in his dallas home.

Pickens was 91.

Wall street finished higher on wednesday.

The dow rose 227 points..

The nasdaq was up 85..

And the s and p500 added 21.

Both china and the u.s. made moves yesterday to ease trade tensions?

Ahead of next month's negotiations.

First?

China announced a tariff exemption for some products?

Sending tech stocks higher.

Then last night ident trump said?

The u.s. will delay its tariff hike on chinese imports by two weeks.

Tariffs of 2?

Percent were set to rise to 3?percent on october 1st.

In our next half hour... with many people working to breakakak the stigma of mental health?

One grieving family.

Here's a live look thank you for joining us this morning.

I'm john rawlings.

And i'm jessica hartman we hope in this morning eye opener?

We're following several big stories.... here what you need to know to get your day started.... for all you sports fans..

Including myself..

The wait is over!

Tropicana evansville plans to opens its sports book this morning at 11.

Earlier this year..

The indiana general assembly voted to legalize sports betting in the state.

The first sports book opened two weeks ago in central indiana..

And four more operations will open over the next week.

The sports book at tropicana evansville will be operated by william hill..

And i will be there.

Owensboro police make an arrest?

Following a wednesday morning shooting that appears to be self defense.

Police spent most of the day gathering evidence?

Inside a home on victory court.

Police say?

5?yea?old "brian scott bailey" came to the home?

Tied up the owner?

And assaulted him.

But 7?yea?

Old eugene evans fought back?

And bailey was shot.

While bailey was released from the hospital into police custody?

Evans is recovering from lif?

Threatening injuries.

Bailey has been cited for kidnapping and firs?

Degree assault?

But the investigation is ongoing.

An evansville woman is in jail for stealing from a grieving family..

Who just lost their ?yea?

Old son.

Caroline rich is accused of defrauding the parents of oliver dill out of more than 1?

Thousand dollars.

Oliver died after being left in a hot car on ??i's campus back in july.

An investigation reveas the dill family paid rich more than 1?

Thousand dollars for a headstone and burial plot... but authorities say rich admitted to keeping all but a thousand dollars..

Which she gave to the funeral home.

She told investigators she intended to help the family..

But refused to say anything else.

She's being held without bond in the vanderburgh county jail.

In the wake of the most recent deadly mass shootings around the nation..

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are calling for stricter gun control.

Shootings like these have one owensboro attorney concerned that it could happen in his quiet community.

He says?

An upcoming gun show planned for the sportscenter?

Might not be a good decision for the city.

And is calling on city leaders to*stop this gun show from happening on public property.

44news reporter joylyn bukovac has the story.

Gun shows have been held at owensboro's sportscenter for decades.

But owensboro attorney chase wilkey says he fears these events could allow guns to fall into the wrong hands.

"right now anybody can buy a booth.

For $50, you can sell guns at the sportscenter here in a couple weeks."

Someone without a license can sell a firearm to someone without running a background check because it's considered a private sale.

"so we don't have any way of knowing whether or not that person is a convicted felon, whether they have past instances of domestic violence, whether they have been honorably discharged from the military."

But that is not his only concer?

The federal gun free school zones act is in plac?

Ensuring a gun and ammunition stays at least one thousand feet away from a school.

The problem is owensboro catholic high school is right across the street from the sports cente?

Where the gun show is going to be held september 21st and 22nd.

Owensboro city attorne?

Steve lyn?

Says he talked to federal officials about this act.

"the owensboro catholic high school is within one thousand feet of the sportscenter, but since bringing that to our attention, we've had discussions with the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms and i am confident that the gun show can go on."

Lynn says there are several exceptions to the one thousand foot restriction.

One exception includes someone whose property is separate from the school zone and who is a neighbor of the school.

Another exception applies to city property.

"though it's not a city event, it is on city property."

Lynn says they can't just cancel the gun shows because there is a state statute in plac?

Prohibiting local governments from getting in the way of a purchase, sale, or possession of firearms. but with all the mass shootings in the u.s?

Wilkey says we shouldn't leave it to chance.

"whatever money the city makes cannot possibly be worth the potential blow back if something were to happen."

That was joylyn bukovac reporting.

Wilkey say?

Right now it's important for individuals to do what they can?

To stop gun violence.

He would be much more supportive of the gun show?

If there was a vetting process for those buying a gun.

New this morning?

An emergency court hearing is scheduled for 1?30?

Regarding the old chandler motor speedway.

The race track was set to be auctioned off on tuesday?

But the sale was canceled when the owner?

Reno fontana?

Filed bankruptcy for the second time.

The first bankruptcy was rejected by a judge and the track was ordered to be sold.

The warrick county sheriff's department canceled the sale tuesday?

Just minutes before it was set to start.

Today?

A federal judge could?

Deny the 2nd bankruptcy filing and order the auction to go on as planned?

As early as october.

Two kentucky representativ es have filed a bill reques?

To modify sanctuary city policie?

Within certain counties.

The bill would require local and state law enforcement agencies to better enforce immigration laws.

It would create a new section of "?

?s chapter 65"?

That would define terms including sanctuary and sanctuary policy prohibiting local governments from adopting these policies.

It would also prohibit all educational institutions from enrolling?

Employing or contracting illegal immigrants.

Requiring all universities and community colleges?

To keep records of immigration status.

Schools could lose state funding*if they do not stay in compliance with the new bill.

If the bill is passed and signed into law it would take effect january 2?21.

Back to one of our eye openers there is now a new way you can win money in evansville?

Starting today at select casinos around the state you will be able to place bets on your favorite sports teams. 44news reporter tyler druin is live this morning outside of the tropicana?

Where sports enthusiasts..

Like myself..

Will be able to bet on the odds in just a little bit.

Tyler?

Whether it the nfl, the national hockey league, majo?

League baseball, or the nba, here in the next couple hours you will be able to place bets all across the state of indiana.

Youl even be allowed to bet on ncaa division i sporting events or professional bowling or darts that correct.ther e are numerous wagering stations, bars, or casinos spread all throughout the state of indiana by the start of business today most all of those venues will be open for service.here at tropicana they have a 16 x ' television screen.

10 65 inch televisions, 12 odds boards and a new state of the art bar and lounge call the william hill sports book inside of the tropicana casino.the only real restriction on sports betting in the state of indiana, would be immature sporting events, high school sports, or any collegiate sport below division one.in city officials are looking for your input about how to make one heavily traveled intersection in henderson?

A little safer.

If you use 41 in henderson..

You probably recognize this watson lane intersection.

State officials are working to make the crossing safer..

And they are asking drivers to chime in at a public meeting next week.

According to the kentucky transportati on cabinet..

4?thousand drivers pass through the busy intersection every day.

To make it safer..

The state plans to not only just widen lanes..

But add curbs..

Gutters..

And sidewalks to the area.

The plan also extends eastward to the green river road intersection.

You can find out more about the plan..

And provide input at monday's upcoming meeting.

That will be at bend gate elementary from five to seven.

It's estimated that half of americans will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lives.

According to the ??c?

One in 25 americans live with a serious mental illness like schizophrenia?

Bipolar disorder?

Or major depression.

Some people will silently suffer?

While others speak out to break the stigma of mental health.

And one cincinnati man is doing just that this summer?

By kayaking the entire length of the ohio river.

Megan diventi was in owensboro to catch up with the man.

"paddle, paddle, paddle.

That's what's going through my head."

981 mile?

That's distance joe solomon is traveling along the*entire ohio river.

"i'm able to get 20 to 30 miles a day now.

In the beginning i was lucky if i got 15."

Starting in pittsburgh and more than halfway to his endpoint in illinoi?hes already kayaked 756 miles with only 220 miles left to go.

"i traveled through stubenville, wheeling, portsmith, cincinatti, louisville...man, i've gone a long ways."

But for solomon fighting the win?weather and water is nothing compared to a fight of his own.

"back in 2012 i had surgery on my elbow, my left elbow, and during the surgery i had a horrible reaction to the anesthesia and it threw me in a cationic state."

It was a condition solomon had to deal wit?

"the way it was treated i kind of lost my mind basically.

So what i was able to do was regain myself through kayaking."

Kayaking several hours a da?

He says being outdoors is therapeuti?

And a form of healing.

Solomon says his adventure is much more than a hobby.

"the end result is just to get people to be aware of mental health in this country and to talk about it.

There are a lot of people that are afraid to talk about it.

For me personally i used to be afraid, but now i'm telling the whole world about it."

And with each passing hour and every mil?solomon hopes to reach people in the same boat as him.

"hopefully someone is inspired by what i'm doing because if they are maybe they can seek the help they may need if they have a condition they are struggling with."

That was megan diventi reporting.

Solomon is raising money for two organizations?

"helping youth programs"?

And the national alliance on mental illness?

Which helped him.

Solomon will be back on the river friday morning and finishing his trip within the next 7 days.

You can't fault him for trying.

John henshaw of salt lake city utah?

Wanted to try his luck as pro ??l kicker?

Specifically as part of the new york jets.

Since the jets were holding tryouts to replace kaare vedvik?

Henshaw hopped on a plane from utah.?

Stood outside the jets training facility?

Tuesday morning.

He held a sign begging the jets to quote "please let me kick.

Took the red eye from salt lake.

92% last 5 seasons.

Semi pro."

Henshaw eventually learned that the tryouts were by invitation only?

So he trump administration can enforce new rules aimed at keeping many central american migrants from seeking asylum in the ?s.

And ten leading democratic candidates for president are set to debate thursday night in houston.?

Here are the top stories across america this morning the trump administration says it is taking steps to ban flavored ?

Cigarettes.

President trump announced the effort in response to a recent surge in vaping among young people.

The ??a will develop guidelines to remove all ?

Cigarette flavor?

Except tobacc?

From the market.

?cigarette maker juul labs sai?

It will fully comply.

The american vaping association expressed disappointmen t.

The supreme court say?

The trump administration*can enforce new rules aimed at keeping many central american migrants from seeking asylum in the u.s. the policy allows only migrants?

Who have been denied asylum in another countr?

Or are victims of "severe" human trafficking?

To apply for asylum in the u.s. and ten leading democratic candidates for president are set to debate?

Tonight?

In houston.

Joe bide?

Elizabeth warre?

Kamala harri?

Bernie sander?

Pete buttigieg and five others will square off in the party's third 2?20 debate.

This is the first debate this season?

That will include all candidates on one stage for one night of debate.

Seven others failed to qualify.

Healthcare is once again expected to be a main topic?

But the location of tonight's event may help guide the conversation elsewhere.

Cbs's natalie brand is in houston with a previe?

Ten democratic candidates will square off in the lone star state tonight.

(nat?

Sen.

Julian casto (?tx)/ presidential candidate) hello, houston!

Texas southern university in houston hosts the third debate...it's the first one confined to a single night.

(sot?

Mayor pete buttigieg (?in)/ presidential candidate) "we at least know looking at that stage the nominee will emerge from that group."

??u is a historically black university.

Doctor michael o.

Adams, chair of the political science department, says that will help shape tonight's debate.

(sot?

Dr. michael o.

Adams/ political science chairman at texas southern university) "i think you have to talk about social justice, you have to talk about criminal justice reform.

These are things that really resonate and impact on this community."

(bridge?

Natalie brand/ cbs news, houston, tx) also expected to take center stag?

Gun violence.

More than two dozen people were killed in two separate mass shootings in texas this summer.

(sot?

Angelica olunkwa/ tsu student) an actual plan on how it will get dealt with these ??u debate students want to see candidates do more than offer catchy soundbites.

(sot?

Eric adejuwon/ tsu student) "we don't need somebody that's digging the funk, being all smile and waves, we want someone who's direct."

(sot?

Rebecca edwards/ tsu student) "people can see when candidates are deflecting the questions and that's happened a lot."

Also for the first time tonight elizabeth warren will face each other.

The former vice president front runner and senator warren who's gaining ground in the polls.

(sot?

Sen.

Elizabeth warren (?ma)/ presidential candidate) i see this as a chance to talk about why i'm in the race.

And i assume that's what all the other democrats are going to do too texas hasn't voted for a democrat since 1976.

Natalie brand, cbs news, houston high school is tough enough, but a high school is tough enough, ??

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