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an update to a story we fst brought you on cbs 2 this morning. we now know the name of the man killed by police after a shoout with cedar rapids police. the police department says it was all apart of an ongoing drug investigation. investigation.police officers pulled over three suspects along the 3200 hundred block of ravenwood terrace northwest. when the hicle stopped -- 21 year old jonathan gossman got
out and ra-- two officers and a k-9 unit chased him. him.police say gossman shot at officers when they were trying to arrest him.they shot back -- hitting and killing him.. right now -- the identities of the officers are not being released.the iowa d-c-i will be investigating the shooting. just yesterday -- city leaders served on a panel at jefferson high school -- meeting with students on how they can take action to make the community safer. safer.it's part a national day of concern about gun violence across the countr cedar rapids police chief wayne jerman was there along th mayor ron corbett and and an f-b-i special agent.they answered questions from 180 freshman students about guns and gun violence.students were told to speak up if they see anything -- and were encouraged to end violence by taking a pledge.panelists and scho officials say this discussion is a good place to start. 13:13:00 gun violence is a symptom of a much larger problem, a much larger issue that we're trying to deal with and identify what the root
cause is and then attack those issues. issues.panelists and school officials hope the discussion continues even online -- with the hashtag gun-pledge c-r.. jury selection for a murder trial is underway in waterloo. roderick ward junior is accused of killing gary wilson outside his home in august of 2014. 2014.police say ward shot wilson with a shotgun after an argument. wilson dd of a gun shot wound to the chest.ward is charged with first degree murder - if convicted, he faces a mandatory life sentence. several people in center point are aremissing things they left in their cars.e linn county sheriff's office tells cbs 2 news items were stolen from nine unlocked vehicles.in o case -- a rifle and ammo were stolen.most cars were just missg change or small items. police believe they quickly solved a case of arson in cedar rapids.the department tells cbs 2 news, a witness saw richard alatalo breaking into a vacant house on 'j' street southwest monday
police who then arreed alatalo when he came out the back door.investigators say they later discovered a small fire inside a bedroom in the home.the suspect faces arso and burglary charges. in waterloo, waterloo,authorities are trying to figure out what sparked a fire on linden avenue at about 4-15 yesterday morning.while investigating th found the body of 64- year-old rebecca lavenz.crews sathe fire was minor, but there was heavy smoke damage. an autopsy is scheduled, but investigators say her death does not appear to be suspicious. a rally will be held today at 3pm on the mpus of the university of wa iowacampus and community members are comign together to demand the iowa board of regents to resign or be removed.thboard and the u-i have been under fire after the controversial selection of bruce herrald as the next university president.they are accused of favoriting herrald over other candidates.last week, consultants from the american association of university professors were on campus gathering information
about the hiring process.the lly today is scheduled for 3 p-m at the i-m-u. republicans may have their ma to be the next speaker of the house.congressman paul ryan says he'll run - but has some demands.he wants the party to united in their vote -the house freedom caucus - the group that helped push speaker john boehner into retirement - still has to decide if it will support ryan.but membs of the house caucus may not be on board. "he's had a list of demands that may be impossibor the caucus to reach. he clearly doesn't want to do the job. he wants to be drafted and here are the list of the demands. i want a speaker that serves the membership not the other way around." around."house republicans will vote in private for a new speaker one week from today. the entire house will vote a day later, october 29th. now a cbs 2 consumer alert alertoyota announced it's recallg six and a half million cars globally to fix power windowswitches that can short and catch fire.
driver's side switches on me models have been found to malfunction if they did not receive enough grease during the manufacturing process.it said it got 11 reports of burnt door trim, and one report of a customer who burned their hand.the affected cars were oduced between 2005 and 2010 - we have a list of those on our website cbs 2 iowa dot com. diet coke sales have plummeted. plummeted.sales of the soda plunged eight percent around the world during the third quarter of this year.that follows steep declines for diet coke in t fst half of this year.diet drinks have been struggling because consumers have concerns that their artificial ingredients make the drinks less healthy than advertised.pepsi responded by removing the sweetener aspartame from diet pepsi.but coke continues to use that ingredie in diet coke.another reason for the decline might be because of growing popularity of no-calorie coke zero.that soda saw volume grow eight percent in the third quarter.
on right now in coralville. it's designed for entrepreneurs and business leaders in the state to connect -- create jobs and to celebrate entrepreneurs.it started at 7 this morning and will go until 7 tonight. tunen to our evening newscasts for continued coverage of this event. more than 80 veterans spent their day yesterday touring washington, d-c, visiting memorials dedicated to their rvice. service.they also made stops at arlington national cemetery. there the veterans witnessed the changing of the guarat the tomb of the unknown soldier.and when they returned back to eastern iowa, the veterans were greeted to a
we were very surprised of let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly
tv viewers are more likely than ever to end their cable or satellite subscriptions.a new report finds younger viewers are leading the exodus. hena daniels has the story. when josh hurwitz and ellen saltzman watch tv they grab the remotea&.. but there's no cable box to point it ata&. everything they watch is online.(sot- josh hurwitz/cut cable subscription)"when i finally cut the cord and got rid of cable i didn't feel like i lost out on very much." the couple get their t-v shows
like netflix and hulua&. and they are part of a growing trend of people dumping cable. (gfx)a study from magid associates finds 3 point 7 percent of people plan to end their cable servicea&. up from 1 point 9 percent in 2011. (bridge: hena daniels/cbs news/new york)what may be more tellinga&. 20 percent of those surveyed say they've *never*subscribed to a pay tv service.that big push coming mostly from younger people who never felt the need to have cable.(sot-ellen saltzman/watc hes tv online)"i didn't even have a tv in college, a couple of my roomates did, but i just watched on my computer."(sot- mike vorhaus/president, magid advisors)"i imagine that this will continue to grow"magid advisors president mike vorhaus says about 30 percent of people quit cable because of the costa&.. but almost half do it because they're happy with what they can find online.and that content continues to grow with more and more media companies offering streaming services. (sot-mike vorhaus/president, magid advisors)"i do think this will be more common in the years ahead and it's really just starting now." cable and satellite companies are cutting rates in an effort to keep customers.but analysts say that likely won't stop a
steady a steady stream of people from cutting the cord in the future.hena daniels, cbs news, new york. the survey also found that 61 percent of people with cable are interested in getting a smaller number of channels for a lower price. stay with us, coming up next we'll learn more about sudden infant death syndrom and what parents can do to keep thier
if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... they want to go back to letting the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president.
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