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votes on a bill regarding syrian refugees coming to the u.s.why some say lawmakers should be looking at tourists entering the country. people across the corridor are preparing for a powerful winter storm on its way to eastern iowa. iowa.watches and warnings already are in place tonight and that has several cities treating streets ahead of the storm. storm.cbs 2 chief meteorologist terry swails joins us right
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state athletic officials have decided to call off tomorrow's high school football championship games in cedar falls.they say they want to keep the thousand of fans and players safe by keeping them *off* the roads.tomorrow's games have been postponed
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when the snow does start flying you'll notice some changes to state snow plows.as cbs 2 news first told you last month, the d-o-t is installing blue and white rear-facing lights to plows across the state.the changes are part of a pilot program to distinguish the trucks - and limit collisions.state lawmakers approved the program during the legislative session. cedar rapids street's crews are ready for this storm. streets superintendent mike duffy tells cbs 2 news that crews will tackle the city's main streets before moving into residential areas.he says 90 vehicle will be on the streets and the city has a stock pile of six-thousand tons of salt to use this winter. and don't forget, you can download our updated weather app.just go to the apple app store, or the google play store and search for cbs2-w-x. cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with more of the corridor's top stories. stories.november has been an unusual month for crime.so
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far, burglars have hit 67 homes across cedar rapids. rapids.there is something unique about the trend.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller talked with police and found out what you can do to protect your home. police say criminals are no longer using darkness to their advantage...they've been breaking into people's homes in broad daylight. daylight. there's a scary trend police say burglars are using to access your valuables. valuables. "they are knocking on the front door, if somebody doesn't open the door or answer the door, they go around to the back of the residence and force entry." entry." "it's an unusual thing and you'd hate to be in your house if someone kicked the door in."according to police reports, the incidents aren't isolated...the 67 burglaries this month are scattered around the area. area. "makes you think that people will do crazy things sometimes."there's one more factor that makes things unique. unique. "a lot of these are
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and so the best deterrent, quite frankly, is to have a good set of neighbors that if they see something or hear something, that they call in." in." "watch out for your neighbor's house, make sure you. get a dog." dog." "maybe a dog's good." noises can be discouraging to a criminal, but there are other options to keep your belongings in your possession. possession."surveillance cameras in your home are great with the motion detector or alarm system." system." "we have timed lights at are house so that it looks like somebody's there when we're not there." there." "if someone is going to do something like that, i guess they're going to try. you can't just stand by a door the whole time waiting for it to happen." another tip from the police department -- inventory all of your big-ticket items. make sure you keep serial numbers in a safe spot, so it's easy to claim if anything's stolen.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, dora miller cbs 2 news ten at 10 cbs 2 news continues to follow the war on terror.new
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information tonight about a video allegedly released by isis threatening the white house and rome. rome.in a joint news conference with the justice department-- f-b-i director james comey said the threats are quote "not credible intelligence."right now the f-b-i is investigating the claims -- but says the video involved "troubled souls" enabled by isis messages online. cbs 2 news is also learning new information about the raid at an apartment that killed the man who planned the paris bombing.officials tonight identified the woman wearing a suicide vest inside the apartment as "hasna ait boulahcen."her family says until recently, she lived in the northern outskirts of paris. even though the suspected mastermind of the paris bombing--abdelhamid abaaoud--is now dead, authorities are still looking for one other suspect. fugitive salah abdeslam is still on the loose. u.s. and iraqi intelligence officials say isis is
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weapons.they don't believe isis can develop sophistacted weapons like nerve gas.but it has used mustard gas in syria and against iraqi kurdish fighters. at the capitol, the republican led house approved a bill to put a syrian refugee resettlement program on hold. republicans say this allows for more screenings of the migrants, democratic call the plan a knee jerk reaction.the bill now moves to the senate and if it passes it could survive a possible presidential veto.iowa congressman steve king was one of just *two* republicans to vote against the bill.king says he voted against it because he feels the president shouldn't have the authority on refugees in the first place. congressman loebsack broke with democrats and voted *for* the bill.he says he still wants to bring thousands of refugees to the u-s but said quote "we must work together to make sure our screening processes are strong and effective so we can welcome
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those who are truly seeking safety." there may be bigger concerns than those over refugees - it could be tourists.cbs 2 news senior political reporter reporterscott thuman has the latest. latest. with widespread worry over just *who* is entering the u- s, refugees from syria and iraq may soon hit a capitol hill-sized stumbling block despite this, from president obama:-(obama:in-22th) "the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat than all the tourists who pour into the united states every single day just doesn't jive with reality"-so what about those tourists? they're now under the microscope too:-(30-mos) "since i'm from europe is a very easy process and then they let you stay here for 3 months."-atocha duedan from spain, is talking about the visa waiver program--a system that helps shuttle about 20 million tourists a year into the u-s, from 38 approved, mostly european, countries.- (115-mos) "for me it was
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really easy i have to answer a few questions are you going to do anything wrong, i say no, no, no, and that's it."-that's what some on capitol hill right now, are trying change.- (shelby) "if we keep bringing people into this country, legal and illegal, under any guise and not knowing anything about 'em, we're going to be attacked again"-they want to tighten the waiver program with more throughough background checks and screening. that, could prevent scenarios they say where someone's been to a jihadist camp for example, returned to europe and then entered the u-s with relative ease. while the white house says refugees are often investigated for more than a year--undergoing lengthy interviews, biometric & biographic checks.- (mccaskill) "yes, i think their concentration on the refugee problem has been a bright shiny object and it's the least of our worries.- (scott/tag)so while most who are among the 38 countries in the visa waiver program enter without problem, the state department tells us they reject considerably more who come from the rest of the world.last year, they processed almost 8 million
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applications---denying entry almost 20 percent of them.on capitol hill, scott thuman. back here at home, fans headed to kinnick stadium will notice changes at the iowa football game on saturday.the univesity tells cbs 2 news, there will be more officers and squad cars patrol kinnick.the university has also adopted the n-f-l's clear bag policy. gallon-sized ziplock bags or small hand-sized clutch purses will be allowed inside the stadium.all other bags will not be allowed. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. in iowa city, u-i-h-c is making plans for a new clinic and warehouse on the soutwest side of the city.the new building will sit on nearly eight acres of land on mormon trek boulevard. leaders hope to break ground next year. some of cedar rapids' favorite athletes gave back to the community today. members of the cedar rapids titans football team and
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stuff the bus drive at the southwest side walmart.all of the donations will be given to way-point services. if you missed today's event, there will be another stuff the bus drive on sunday. bells ringing ringingtoday, the cbs 2 news team was out ringing bells and collecting money for the salvation army.the organization hopes to raise 790-thousand-dollars during this christmas season.you can donate to the red kettle campaign online and sign up to ring bells like we did. did.you'll find all the information on cbs 2 iowa dot com. a young corridor musician will take part in one of the biggest spectacles of the year. year.- the macy's thanksgiving day parade. linn-mar student mellanie sullivan submitted a youtube clip of herself playing the flute.she was selected to be one of 200 members of this year's great american marching band.
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mellanie will rehearse with the band all next week, before the parade on thursday. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minutes. minutes.but we are just getting started.coming up... up...there's never a dull moment during a scoring frenzy in the uni-dome. 8-man championship highlights and who took home the hard-won
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((kelly))this is the time and still to come on cbs 2 news newsstan zweifel brings a passion unlike any other to the university of dubuque -- why the game of football takes a back seat to it -- the ed
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gladbrook - reinbeck entered the uni-dome on championship thursday -- with some unfinished buisness -- last year the rebels were in this exact spot -- but took home the runner up trophy this year -- it's championship or bust -- g-r taking on akron westfieldand the rebels were running wild --- first possession for g-r -- eric stoakes takes the toss --- and he gone -- 79 yards to the
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house -- rebels go up 7 notihingand that was the start of a huge quarter -- later in the first -- jake schuman -- keeps it on the read option -- gets a little help from a friend -- and finds the endzone -- as gladbrook - reinbeck takes the crown -- 52 to 20 the final. "definitely could not have drawn out a better first quarter. i mean, big plays on offense, defensively with the coverage we are running.when things click like that, it's a pretty big deal." deal.""we didn't expect it but we took what we could get and we found some holes in the defense and we just kept scoring." in 8 man -- it was a 2012 championship rematch between m-m-c and don bosco --the eagles won that one -- dons wanting to return the favor -- brandon bagby -- drops back -- and drops it right on the money for caleb rigdon -- and the dons jumped out to a 14 point leadbut m-m-c would score 43 unanswered -- thanks to jacob speeler's 8 receptions -- 187 receiving yards -- and 5 touchdowns --
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"these guys should be proud of what they've done. i mean 3 championship appearances in 4 years so we are right there.... can't say much. these guys have only lost 3 games in their career. pretty remarkable for those guys. we have nothing to hang our heads about. we came to play football... we left it all on the field today.. you know we got beat." for the second time in his 7 years as the head football coach at the university of dubuque -- stan zweifel has led the spartans to the division 3 playoffs -- and while having success is important -- to zweifel -- it's more about making a difference -- and he does that in a very passionate way waystan zweifel -- our ed thomas coach of the week week stan zweifel has been coaching football for 43 years -- -- that's a long time "i'm going to be 64 years old zach... oh my lord it hurts to say that..."but you wouldn't know it -- "he's up in your
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you give a little extra motivation whenver you are around him."that passion goes beyond the scoreboard -- "you'll never get enough wins. you'll never have enough wins to satisfy yourself and you have to have something else that you feel like you made a difference in a person's life." and that's something zweifel always wins at at"makes you feel like you're almost one of his sons. where he values you as more than just a typical person walking on the street. he values you." you." "before he even brought me in, i never thought i'd have a chance to play football again .. he's the biggest reason why i chose to play football again."because zweifel plays the game --- like he lives his life life"do things right. now that sounds corny, but it's really what it's all about. do things right in the classroom, do things right with the support staff, do things right all the time."like he's done -- from marcus-anne high school -- all the way to the university of dubuque -- and still to come on cbs 2 --
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for the first time this season -- the iowa men's basketball team is on the road -- which is never easy, but they're lost to belmont and barely beat i-u-p-u-ito say the hawks were on fire -- would be an understatment -- jarred uthof dials long distance -- and connect -- now
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the three pointer would be a theme for iowathen later in the first half -- peter jok -- gets into the triple action -- he had a game high 20 -- the hawks made 12 threes! and they were playing defense too -- jok comes up with the steal -- and anthony clemmons slams it home -- all iowa in this one -- 89 to 61 the final. hard to believe -- but after tonight -- bluder's bunch is on the road for nearly 3 weeks -- iowa hosting western illinoisanother slow start -- but ally disterhoft go things going for the hawks -- she drops in the easy lay-up -- for 2 of her 21 pointsbut the game belonged to the freshman phenom -- megan gustufson -- she led all scores with 23 -- and grabed 9 boards -- leading the hawks to victory -- 96 to 81 the final in overtime. stay with c-b-s two -terry has one last look at your forecast
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