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the hawkeye's are in thehe best run in school history and despite this major winter storm, die hard fans are willing to brave the elements, hoping to see them become 11-and oh. so what is the university doing to make sure fans are as comfortable as possible? mellaney moore has been looking into this story today. many people are probably wondering about shoveling their driveway.think about if you were responsible for clearing snow here so thousands of fans can watch the undefeated hawkeyes. hawkeyes.the snow removal crew says the hasn't been a situtuion like this since 1991.
for the game, there won't be any sleep here in kinnick. crews will attack stairs, major walkways and the field a few inches at a time.snow on the field wiwi be pushed to the north end and removed by tractors.the crew hopes kinnick is as safe as possible for 63 thousand fans who already have tickets. tony senio, spspts turf manager 23:35:29 t tre's a lot of excitement around here as well there should be. well deserved. we've got to do our part to make sure everybody's safe and can perform at a peak level. level.crews will be out trying to clear parking and tailgating areas as much as possible until fans start arriving.covering the corridor in iowa city, mellaney moore, cbs 2 news live at five. anks mellaney, and be sure to stay with cbs 2 online. all corridor activity cancellations are there for you, just click the closings tab. the teenagag accused of shooting a 15-year-old to death will be tried as a youthful offender for
murder.14-year-old robert humbles had his first court appearance today... today...and cbs 2 news reporter dora miller was there. she joins us with details on this case. case. karen and scott, the status of "youthful offender" is part of a plea deal. deal..that meaea humbles will go to adult court for the plea deal phase...but he'll go to juvenile court for sentencing. on september 9-th, humbles was turned in by his family members days ter 15-year-old aaron n richardson was killed. richardson was shot around the 1600 block of park avenue and later died.humbles bond has been set at one million dollars cash...his preliminary hearing is scheduled for the morning of december 1-st. st.the details of the plea deal have not been released yet...but we'll continue trking this case and bring more information as we get it. dora miller cbs 2 news live at five coming up on live at 5...what crews are doing to keep drivers safe as snow promises
i think it's a 3- year-pilot program, and there are many more plows in central iowa that have the blue and white alternating, so we're going to give it a try, get our data together and present that bk to the legislature. 220.127.116.11 you can find out what areas are being cleaead up near you by checking out the iowa d-o-t snow plow tracker. the plows have cameras that show live pictures of the road. we've got a ink to the site on ours, cbs 2 iowa docom. and if you get stuck on the roads tonight, look out for the new d-o-t highway helper trucks. they can help jump cars, fix flat tires or simply get you somewhere warm and safe. they'll be patrolling i-380, highway 218 and highway 30. thanks marissa, stay with us here at cbs 2 - i'll be
following this winter storm all night. and if you're and if you're heading out - make sure to keep the cbs 2 weather app with you. it's available on i-phone and android and will give you the latest weather updates as they come in. the cost for your thanksgiving meal is now topping more than 50 bucks for the first time. because of the bird flu, turkey prices have risen to about 23-dollars for a 16-pound bird which is up about a dime from last year. add to that all the fixings and you're opping out at 50-dollars and 11-cents to feed a aable of ten. still ahead live at five... a corridor man is being recognized for the hurdles he leaps at work.the things we take for granted that he fights f f every dayay
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you'll frequent a restaurant - and never know the stories of those serving you.at the blairs ferry arby's in cedar rapids - one worker keeps the place goininspite his disabilities. disabilities.cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee brings us his story in this week's voices of diversity. diversity. a lot of hard work goes a lot of hard work goes into cooking an arby's meal. meal.but your full experience at this arby's on blairs ferry.. ferry..cos from one man - who has nothing to do with what you eat. eat."bud's very energetic. he loves customers, he loves people he just wants to do a job and he's always wanting to work."bud wharton wharton"ready? - spray spray" does it all with a smile. smile."(smile) clean stools, or when i'm not cleaning stools, greeting people, do tables." tables." "i mean he does ten times more t tn what we started with"he started with what many may call - nothing. nothing. "it's hard to see sometimes - but i do it anyway."a cardiac arrest as a
him blind and bound to a wheelchair.now he's part of systems unlimited... unlimited...it's an iowa city-based non-profit helping people with disabilities gain stability... stability... "we need to look outside thscope on our hiring and our training practices"starting with a job. job. 'we were very skeptical at first, because we're like okay, we can try something." but after training - the daily routine kes job coach taylor simon as his eyes. eyes.his reach now stretches his abilities far beyond than what's asked of him. him."it was almost a blzard out there and he was one of seven people that showed up for work." work." "sometimes people will go out of their way to come up to him and oh - thank you for your hard work, thank you for cleaning o o tables."it's a two-way appreciation bud says he's most thankful for - and keeps him wheeling through this dining room daily. daily. "work all dadalike
that was steffi lee reporting. bud's been nationally recognized by the arby's corporate office for his hard work.systems unlimited says they're e ways lookininto partner their clients with businesses in their community. here's another live look at the roads from our cbs 2 road warrior. our crew out there tells us they've already seen three accidents along 380 north. terry will have your final forecast when live at 5 comes back.
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