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authorities in california have named the two suspects who police say shot and killed 14 people in san bernardino. the new waterloo m mor is aking history. he says he wasn't running for the recognition, but wants to bring the city together. one eastern iowa woman is taking christmas splays to a whole new level again this year keeping g her family's tradition. good thursday morning! its 430 on december 3rd. here is a live look at . first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a quiet thursday, with very quiet conditions expected over the next 7 days. today, clolos will dissipate from west to east, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. . an on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on n saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s.
nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow: mostly y nny higg 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 4545bq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29 thanks kaj. we have new information this morning out of california after a shooting rampage killed 14 people. two suspected shooters are dead and authoritiesesave now identified them. abcbc lauren lyster is in san bernadino this morning - with the latest. nats - shooting it ended much as it began - with a barrage of gunfire? captured on this cell phone video. nats - my house is getting shot at right now. four
bernardino? after gunmen stormed an office building killing 14 peoplpl. the fifil confrontatio n - -on a nenehborhood street lined with houses. a dark s-u-v riddled with bullets. a person with a gun - shot down just feet away. another dead inside. sot - chief jarrod burguan / san bernardino police department we are reasonably have two shooters, and we have two dead suspects. i do have information with what they were armed with. both suspects were armed with what was a 223 assault rifle the brother-in-law of one of them speaking out. soso- farhan khan / suspect's brother-in- law "why would he do something like this? i have absolutely no idea. i am in shock myself." law enforcement tracked down the suspects just two miles from the initial attack? at the inland regional center. nats - "?ambulance sirens?" nats - "multiple shots that were fired, we're getting a suspect last seen wearing a black ski mask, all black clothing, carrying a shotgun." sot - juan hernandez / witness "kinda sounded like a shooting range?" those working there including the wounded, phoned their families. sot - kathy hotetz / denise peraza's sister "she was shot and she was
to tell you that i love you." sot - sister "she called us from inside the hospital.. but she is doing better. she's okay. she is alive." investigators say the shooters targeted a workshop and trning event nside the center. lauren lyster close: the group holding that meeting - was the san bernardino county public health department. farook was an envirinmental specialist for the county and had worked there five years. lauren lyster, , c news, san bernardino. this morning, a south african appeals court convicted oscar pistorius of murder. they overturned a lower court's conviction for the double- amputee olympian. he was previously convicted on a lesser charge of manslaughter for shooting his girlfriend in 2013. west liberty police are searching for a man who may have tried to abduct an 11- year old. a boy t td police he was walking near 4th and columbus streets around 5-15 last night. that's when a white van pulled up to the curb and a man told the boy to get in. but the boy ran to a friend's home nearby. police say the suspect is a white man in his late 30s and is
short beard. if you have any information, call west liberty police at 319-627-2223. in a tv-9 follow-up this morning.. an illinois man who robbed a dubuque credit union is in custody thanks to surveillance and traffic cameras. police arrested 28 year old shawn cade junior of rock island, illinois, on a second degree robbery charge tuesday. tpey say cade robbed th dutrac community credit union last friday morning. he passed a note to a teller that said he was armed, and he demanded money. but police say he never swed a with moline, illinois, police to arrest cade. a family that owns a hog confinement building is trying to figure out what to do after a fire that killed more than 4 thousand pigs. firefighters arrived at brenneman pork near wellman around 9:45 tuesday night. the fire had already burned much of the building, and there wasn't much they could do. firefighters couldn't salvage anything from
yesterday morning when the fire rekindled. the family says it's a devastating loss. "raising ps and farming is something that we're passionate about, and raising our family on the farm, but l'm certainly hoping that we will be able to rebuild eventually, and have a place where our kids can learn to raise pigs too. it something we love." brenneman says she doesn't know how the family plans to move forward. fire investigators haven't determined a cause. waterloo's first black mayor in the city's history will be sworn in next month. quentin hart is also a relatively young leader, something the city hasn't had in a while. hart beat former waterloo mayor tim hurley in tuesday's run-off election. unofficial results show hart received more than five thousand votes. hart will replace buck clark who did not run for a fourth term. the mayororlect has experience working with the city as a councilman for the 4th ward. he says he wants to bring people from both
better years in waterloo. since his campaign annououement in july, hart told tv-9 that he knocked on thousands of doors in hopes citizens would support him. one element he nts to bring right away is to celebrate waterloo's success. " 7:35 taking a look at some short-term successes by letting people know what's happening. there are a lot of great things happening, a lot of initatives taking place but i think that, sometimes, we keep some of those secrets to ourselves. " hart also says he wants to focus on the budget with city council in his first 30 days of office. a special election to replace johnson unty supervisor terrrrce nuezil could happen next month. he's taking a job out of state. his last day is december 20th. a committee decided to hold a special election instead of appointing someone totoill the remainder ofof his term. "we allowed public input, heard from the citizens, and two of the three of us felt it was best to go the election route,
the election can be on any tuesday as long as there's at least 32 days notice. many medicaid patients in iowa are still struggling to understand the change toto privatelylyontrolled system coming on january first. despite the confusion, only a handful of people attended a public hearing on the change yesterday in cedar rapids. one person from the department of humum services said the small number of participants might have misunderstoo d the purpose. unlike previous hearings on the idea of privatizing medicaid, yesterday's meeting was only to disisss a few aandments to the govererr's plan. "there wasn't much warning, and it was at a terrible time you know.,wednesday morning at 9:00. that rules out a large number of ople" local d-h-s staffers were prohibited from answering questions about the plan. and only one person made a public comment about the amendments. medicaid participants are receiving notices about their assigned managed care company in the mail. the university of iowa
soon have a new name. the regents approved naming the hospital l e stead family university o oiowa children's hospital, after businessman jerre stead and his wife, mary joy. the steads have donated more than 50 million dollars to the university. the name goes into effect next november. the dubuque school district needs a new swimming pool, but that project is now on hold. that's becausef a change in the collection of the state sales tax from iowa's manufacturer s. tt change takes effectctn july first next year. it'll erase the state sales tax that iowa manufacturer s have paid on consumable supplies. those are items they use in the manufacturin g g ocess. the iowa department of revenue estimates that will cut overall state sales tax revenue by 40 million dollars between 2017 and 2020. it could also r ruce local option sales tax revenue by up to six million dollars annually. that would affect cities that have large manufacturing bases.
pool project because dubuque schools were plaaing to use about 7 million dollars from the local option sales tax. the school district was talking about renovating the poql at hempstead high school and ssibly partnering with city to build an aquatic center. under the proposal, the city would pay for part of the pool project and dubuque schools would make up the rest. "we want people to know we may not be as attractive of a partner as we were a few months ago. we dodot know if we are going to have that seven million. we might only have two million dollars. " superintendent stan rheingans worries about the larger funding issue he says could come from the proposed tax breaks. he says it may mean a major loss in tax revenue for the entire state. 22 days and counting. with christmas st 3 weeks away some people in eastern iowa are putting in all they've got into holiday lights displays. a vinton woman is making it her job again this holiday season to light up her whole yard. hedi koopman's family has been doing this for 50 years, and
for many more. " i've always enjoyed it because it's everything i've ever known, it has never been a christmas without it. " the christmas displ includes 32 thousand lights, which can add up to a pretty hefty electric bill. but there is a donation box at the house to help pay it. the lights are on till 9:30 on week ights and 10 p-m on weekends. they will take down the display on december 27th. and places around cedar rapids have been putting up their own christmas trees this week. newbo city market will light up its tree this evening at 6:30. tomorrow, the city will light up the e -foot tree on mays island at 5:30. also tomorrow, they'll turn on the tree lights in the artisan sanctuary in czech village at 7 o'clock. the mass shooting in california that left 14 people dead comes less than a week after a gunman killed 3 people in colorado. the short time between those shootings has once again sparked political debate about firearms. some kids in cedar rapids are going to school this
north to south. there may be some patchy fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on saturday. more clouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow42tonight: patchy fog
to have a shopping spree with santa claus. 70 kids ininthe cedar rapids s area didn't have to imagine - they got to "shop with a cop". registered kids were paired up with a "santa cop" at a cedar rapids target fm 4 until 8 yesterday. the department raised enoughh money to allow each child to spend 150 dollars. kids shopped for winter necessities like coats, hats, and boots as well as a fun toy. department staff y they always
the event. out to the community so they see us more as partners and family and not just somebody that writes tickets and we want kids to be able to come up to officers and know that we're there to support them." the department holds two "shop witta cop" events a year. theheext one happens just before next school year. be embarrassing, now, they'rin demand. and a website has seen an increase of millions of dollars in s ses from just 3 years ago. that's coming up in today's america's money.
"god isn't fixing this." a bold message in bold print... on the cover of the new yorm daily news.... ...the paper's response to the second gun rampage in less than a week... ...and the deadliit nce the 20-12 massacac at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. "we have a pattern now of, of mass shootings in this country that has no parrlel anywhere else in the world." obama calling for gun control.....democratic presidential candidates took to twitter... ...hillary cnton, iting, "i refuse to accept this as normal. we must take actioioto stop gun violence now." ...her rival, bernie sanders, tweeted, "mass shootings are becoming an most- everyday occurrence in this country. this sickening and senseless gun violence must stop." doctor ben carson also ing rong language "again anototr hate crime in san bernardino. less than a week ago we had the shooting in colorado."trump started his virginia rally with a moment of silence and other g-o-p candidates tweeted out messages of thoughts and prayers for
.... language that democratic senator senator chris murphy seemed to take issue with ...a staunch advocate of gun control ever since the sandy hook massacre in his home state of connecticut, he tweeted: "your 'thoughts' should be about steps to take to stop this carnage. your 'prayers' should be for forgiveness if you do nothing -- again," i'm reid binion, reporting now for a quick check on your weather with metetrologist kaj o'mara.
dissisiate from west to e et, leaving the entire area sunny by this afternoon, if not sooner. plan on highs to be in the 38-44 range north to south. there may be some patc fog overnight, with the river valleys most favored given warm water for this time of year. plan on a decent weekend as well with highs well into the 40s on satutuay. more ouds on sunday will probably lead to cooler temperatures, but we'll still remain in the 40s. the extended forecast screams el nino, leaving us mainly dry and mild. have a great day!today: gradual clearing high: 38-44 winds: sw 5-15 alo: 40 dbq: 40 iow: 42tonight: patchy fog low: 21-27 winds: sw 5-10 alo: 24 dbq: 25 iow: 25tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 30 dbq: 28 iow: 29 abc's reena ninan and kendis gibson have this morning's america's money. > good morning.
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