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mess. i heard it fire up in the driveway and i instantly just jumped up - that's my truckpolice say miller is responsible for stealing and shattering varner's truck. varner says that morning, his neighbor acted erratically and had bloodied arms he was stuttering through his words before he drove off - eventually smashing it into this crane on a road closed off because of construction a mile away. it's a little leary - you don't expect that t a small town."that's a block away from where chris relf says her white ford pickup was stolen.police haven't confirmed if miller took the white truck.varner said he and his friends regrouped lar that day, to discuss his stolen truck - and crossed a bloody trail. that's where we discovered heraying down.a shocking scene - now covered by crime tapepe one of the other guys actually went over there went over there to feel her or if she had a pulse and
he says yeah she's gone obviously the death is a suspicious death and is being treated that way. that couou be me layayg down - face down we're still waiting for we're still waiting for autopsy results to come back - but right now, miller remains in benton county correctional facility on his charges of stealing his truck and violating his parole.we'll continue following this story and bring you the latest updates.covering the corridor in benton county, steffi lee, cbs 2 news. cedar rapids police say officers faceded man with a gun during a r rbery investigation this weekend. weekend.a person who claims they were robbed by 21-year-old travonte hughes told police they saw him inside a barber shop saturday afternoon.officers say when they entered the business, hughes w w pointing a gun at them.eventually, they were able to wrestle hughes to the ground and arrested him.they say they also found a loaded
now faces several charges and is wanted on a warrant out of chicago. governor branstad is creating a new - special - state agency to focus on identifying possible wrongful convictions. convictions.itill focus on cases that ed hair comparison analysis--something the state's public defender now considers so called junk science.earlier this year, the justice department admitted that several of its examiners in the f-b-i's microscopic hair unit gave flawed testimony, because e errors. counterfeit bills have been showing up at several dubuque area businesses. businesses.police say since september 25th 25ththere have been at least 22 reports of counterfeit transactions involving bills ranging from ten-dollar denominations to one-hundred dollars.there have also been at least three reports of counterfeit bills across the river in wisconsin.police lieve two wowon may be responsible, but no arrests
students at the university of iowa will soon be able to take the school's new sexual assault survey. survey."speak out iowa" examines all sexual misconduct on campus, including xual harrassmant, dating violence, and stalking..all responses to the survey will be anonymous. university officials tell cbs 2 news the plan is to have the results by spring.the survey is open only to degree-seeking students.so far this semester, there have been at least four reports of sex assaults on the u-i campus. science, technology, engineering and math, the
gained a loloof recognition ininiowa. iowa.now students in iowa city have more opportunities to learn about them. it's thanks to a grant just given to the district from verizon. verizon.cbs 2 news reporter mellaney moore joins us frfr city high school to explain where the money is going. this grant will go to three middle hools and three high schools in the iowa city district.officials say it will fund ograms in the classroom and outside of school too. too. senior elke ndschitl won't sum up her time learning about science at city high.she wants to study it in college. college.i really like math and i feel like science uses math like, practically.y.this class is principles of engineering.... engineering.......it's one place where an $8500 dollar grant from verizon can make a difference tehing science, technology, engineering and math.
math. it gives them an opportunity to see their math and their science applied in a hands-on setting.some students take it a step further... transferring what they learn in the classroom to compete with a real robototthey design and build. build. moving forward we are going to need people that are problem solvers, people that are creative thinkers, people that can work within a team, people that can handle adversity.the verizon grant has more than doubled whatatthe robotics ogram has to buy things like software and parts in their second season. season. we just want to say thank you. it's a huge commitment and our community has been unbelievable about really supporting our area public schools.students say learning stem helps prepare them for the future... espially when plning to be a scientist...like elke windschitl.. windschitl. its really great to be able to have the experience to learn more about this and try it out before i go to college. school officials say that money has already purchased
program.covering the corridor in iowa city, mellaney moore. cbs 2 news. speaking of chihiren, parentsts of those between the ages of six months and six years have the opportunity to get them a healthy child screening. screening.the screenings will take place tomorrow between ten and two at the ladddd library in southwhwt cedar rapids.it will include screenings for vision, hearing, dental and development to make sure children are ready for school. the screenings are free. unity point is expanding its family medicine and urgent care campus in marion.they'll use the existing lebeda mattress factory next door to add about six thousand square et.alongngith more patient care areas, the completed expansion will include separate entrances for the urgent care and family medicine facilities.providers there say the expansion is to meet the needs of a growing community. "it will provide a little better access for patients and
separate those who might be ill from those who are well and also make the scheduling and checking in and checking out prpress much more efficient." efficient."the expansion is expected to be finished in the spring of 20-17. a heads-up tonit for drivers in north liberty. liberty.one lane of southbound highway 9-65 is now clcled between pacha parkway and cherry street. street.crews are painting traffic signal poles in the area.once the west side of the highway is complete, work will move to the east side.the project is expepeed to take at least a week. next on the cbs 2 news at six, campaign cracked? cracked?these iowa students say they don't want donald trump showing up at their school to campaign.find out why. why.it was a perfect day to get outside but rain is on the way!i'll let you know when you will need your umbrella this week and also haveour spooky forecast for halloweencoming
tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. we peak into the future to see what the next generation of hotels mighthlook like. like. why the next big thing, might not be very big at all. that's tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. donald trump is preparing for his lateststisit to iowa. iowa.ttorrow night, the republican will speak at west high school in sioux citybut the visit is not sitting well with everyone.francisco valdez is a graduate of sioux city west, and says trump is threatening theheatino community.y.he's circulating a petition demanding trump hold
despite already having more than a thousand signatures, school officials say that won't happen. "we recognize that there may be some who support or oppose any specific candidate, but this is a real opportunity to allow the educational process about the democratic process to continue." continue."some students are even citing the school district's anti-bullying policies as a reason not to allow trump to hold his rally at west high. another really nice dayayfter a very nice weekend.iilooks like rain is on the way though. though.marissa scott is in for terry swails with your weatherfirst forecast to help
plenty of changes for the cyclones... coming up next in sports... we'll get you caught up on all the latest news coming out of the iowa state football program... "cbs 2 news connnnts with you. call us at 1-800-222-kganemail us at news at cbs 2 iowa dot comconnect with us on facebook at facebook/kgan cbs 2.
when you're two-and-five... heads are gonna roll... that's just life in big time college football... iowa state announced significant changes to their offense this morning... mia o'brien has more from ames... with ames already buzzing about the cyclones new starting quarterback... "i had to make a change at offensive coordinator this morning.more changes for iowa state.e. statat.."mark and i couldn't
few important items... joel was not the case that this has come to a head. in the end, we couldn't come to a conclusion together. and he's decided to not accept the direction we want to go."a direction that, like ior not, wall be led by sophomore quarterback joel lanning.. ".you know i'm just thinking about saturday, getting a little nervous, but there's no reason to be at all, it's just like another week prpearing myself like i have in the past."even with mangino gone and a new stting quarterback, coach paul rhoads and the cyclone agree: it will be business as usual saturday at jack trice. "they are a tight brotherhood and they will remain that way." way." "there's up and downs. in everweek and every day in football. you just gotta keep pushing ":and even if thth faces on the sideline may be different... "you can't change the style of offense in the mdidle of the season. y ou'd just mess with kids heads. and al that, so it's gonna be the xact same plays like coach mangino was running it"the gameplan hasn't changed. in ames mia
let's keep the iowa state football news coming... and this is definitely bad ns... safety kamari cotton-moya is out indefinitely with a hamsmsing injury... paul rhoads said today it would be "a stretch" to expect him to play again this season... the redshirt sophomore was injuret in practice last week and missed the baylor game... cotton-moya was the big twelve defensive player of the year a season ago... mark farley and his players would never admit it... but the worst might be over for u- n-i... they just wraed up a nightmarish four game stretctc.. three of them on n the road and all against ranked teams... but they're not looking back.. they're looking forward... u-n-i returns home on saturday... to host south dako at the dome... in) fact... three of their last four g ges are at home... and only only one ranked opponent remains on the schedule... so now's the time for the panthers to get it rolling... and by gutting out a close win on saturday... they reminded everyone that this season isn't deadadet... for our football team...
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