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right now, live at five,modern manners, just in time for you to sit down with your loved% ones *and their cell phones, expert weighs s in. how to politely keep distractions and those pesky phones away from the table. but first, let's head into the weather center where chief meteorologist has
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an update to breaking news we brought you earlier this month, university of wa police have made an arrest in the november 10th hawk alerts. early that tuesdadamorning, police sent out an alert saying three people reported sexual assaults on campus. later that afternoon, police received several reports of a man assaulting women near u- i-h-c. police caught up with 32- year-old adam weinstein that
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day but he was commited to a hospital. today, weinstein was formrmly charged with several infractions including sexual abuse and assault. tensions remain high in chicago where neighbors have now seen video showing a policeceofficer shoooong a teenager more than a dozen times. a warning, some of these images may be difficult to watch. the dash cam video - taken last year - shows officer jason van dyke shshting the 17-y-yr-old as heheas walking down the middle of the street. after the incident, a journalist sued for the video to be released. now, a yr later, the tape is triggering upupt and demonstrations. the officer involved in the shooting is charged with first degree murder. president obama says there are no specific threats to the u-s. this comes after a world-wide travel advisory issued in response to recent terrorist attacks overseas. many holiday travelers expressed concerns over the
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said he was briefed on the situation n d americans should continue with their holiday travel plans. he says there is no specific credible threat toward our homeland . airports are increasing vigilance on security measures as millions fly this weekend. new developments in belgium, the two brothers who authorities say took part in the paris attacks were on a terrorist watch list given to authorities a month ago. the investigation into the attacks is widening as authorities hunt for a new suspect. a warrant has been issued for mohaned abrini who is suspececd of having dririn the attackers into paris. authorities are also still trying to track down the suspected mastermind behind the attacks - salah abdeslam. the islamic state is claimimg responsibility for a deadly attack in tunisia. tunisian authorities have confirmed a suicide bomber wearing a vest packed with explosive blew up
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a presidential guard bus sterday, killing at least 12. the tunisian government has declared a state of emergency. russian president valdimir putin is putting an air defense system at a ase in syria with a range of 250-miles. that means russians could strike in turkey, if they nted. also the russian pilot who survived the downing of his warplple says turkish officials did not issue any warnings.turkey claims it sent out 10-warnings for the plane to leave its airspace.putin says the surviving pilot - shot down yeyeerday near the syrian-turkish border - has been taken to a russian airbase. his co-pilot as well as a russian marine attempting a rescue mission ere killed. here at home, we'e' learning more about the security plans for the much-anticipated iowa nebraska game. officials say recent international events prompted the changes. if you're headed to the game, they want you to
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gates will be closed while six others will close at kickoff. fans will also be required to open outer garments for visual inspections and are asked to leave unnecessary belongings at home. that game could clinch a major streak for the hawkeyes - if they win, they'll be 12- and-oh. and one major publication is noting their success this season. the iowa hawkeyes are featured on this week's cover of sports illustrated. the magazine says the hawkeyes are the most surprising undefeated team this season after finishing four-and-four last year. an eerie note - the last time iowa graced the cover with a season streak, they lost the next game. tomorrow, the family will gather around the dinner table and celebrate thanksgiving. for many of us, the kids will be there, along with grandma and grandpa - and perhaps, one or two *uninvited guests. cbs 2 news reporter joy howe
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tomorrow might be a good time to make a *new thanksgiving tradition. just twenty years ago, this problem wouldn't really have been a problem. but today, the smart phone is making an appearance just about everyhwere - and that includes the dinner table. one woman who minds her manners better than just about anybody, has an idea - why not celeleate thanksksving, technology free. (ring ring, hello?) let's face it - phones are in our faces a lot thesdays, whether we like it or not. (ferrrr bueller clip "i should say you do!") the pew research center says 75 percent of kids 12 to 17 now carry one - and most text or talk on the phone more than they talk face-to-face. (clip south park: "argh...kyle, this is a private conversation") the facts are hard to escape. (family y: "you waa pick me up, you wanna pick me up, you wanna pick me up?")and they've made their way to the
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dinner table. (clip cell phone at table)((bring in piano))but one place ou won't find the cell phone - is at the elegant table, set by iowa's "miss manners." one of the keys of having good manners, is to always be aware of what's going on around you. dr.r. patrtria tice is the founder of 'etiquette iowa.' she is a trained psychologist who taught manners to children for a decade - now she teachers adults in the corporate world. she's evevewritten a new book, called "agri-manners," where she talks professional success - and, yes, modern manners in our modern world. given the world that we live in today, which is very fast- paced, i is very mobile, it's very cell-phoneish, there's nothing wrong with thata&but sometimes we get into such a hurry, thahawe forget our manners.and we forget general
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just the medical center found that parents who were on their phones at the table, affected their children - who felt the need to do something drastic to get mom or dad's attention. the study found the best idea - was to put them away. and miss manners says, there is *no time, like the present. it's ok to take a little break from it, and the h hiday season is one of those times she says, this thanksgiving, have your family carve out a new tradition.i would recommend, that whoever is the eldest (cute look) gets the honors, whether it's grandma, grandpa, whoever it is, they get the honors of taking a basket around and gathering all the ce phones before the meal beginsnscover: so we actually are communicating with each other in a way to help us grow together as a family, and to grow individually into
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loves the old traditions...but there's a time when we can really take a break from it and pay attention to the people that are in our lives. smart clip: "this is smart!"))so this thanksgiving, try a new tradition...((hello mashup)) put the phones down, and take up some mannerly advice: sit down for just a little whihi, tata a break from the technology and really talk to each other. and you might hear something else. the sound of a new t tdition. agri-manners, patricia tice's new book, is at the printers no but she says i$ should be available in a few weeks, and might make a very nice
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if you like to pour a beverage while you're scrambilng to get the feast prepared, new research shows you're not alone. experts say women are catching up to men in the amount they drink. men still lead the pack but the gap is closing, according to the national institute of alcohol abuse and alcoholism. women report drinking about seven days a month and men report drinking about 10-days a month. that's a slight increase for women and a slight decrease for men. coming up on live at 5... tense? mbe you've beenentold once or twicicto try yoga. how the ancient practice is helping calm a group known for violence. meanwhile, this is a live look down collins road in cedar rarads on this busy thanksgiving travel day, let's check in with chief
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mealrep is underway but last-minute cooks could use some fun dish ideas, so we asked you - what are your signature recipes and where do you find the best ones?some of you have been answering on our facebook page, erinays her signature dish is potato casserole. john s ss he loves to make brussel sprouts and bacon casserole.he says the best recipes are passed down from
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as you gear up for all that holiday shopping, the authorities are once again p reminding people to be smart this season. the cedar raps police department says s st as liday sales entice shoppers,
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they also attract would-be thieves who are ready to steal those great deals you just snagged. officers say just a few tips: be aware of your surroundings, don't leave anything valuable in your car that's in plain sight, and park in well-lit areas. they also say, when in doubt, trust your g. prison overcrowding is a persistent ppblem - it can make conditions even worse for inmates. inmates.but at a prison in california, prisoners are taking advantage of a new way to relieve stress.they're doing yoga.a growing number of prisons are using yoga to defuse potentially explosive outbreaks in prison populations. teachers come in arnd twice a week and work with the most hardened offenders - helping to prepare some of them fofolife outside the prison yard inmates say they can tell it is working. "i spent a number of years in some pretty rough prisons, and you carry that with you, you carry that violence withthou." "when i used to see it was like ... aw.. yoga's just soft
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it - and the positions he was holding it is like, now that is really hurting." hurting.""the prison yoga project is a non profit that's funded by teachers volunteer their own time. still ahead live at five... a anksgiving meal for hundreds, neighbors in cedar rapids sat down today and gave thanks for a holiday meal. the two organizations who came together to help those in need. thisiss a live ook outside lindale mall in cedar rapids - it'll be packed with shoppers on black friday. there's more news ahead when live at 5
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many of you may be cooking a thanksgiving meal for family tomorrow.imagine if you ere expecting hundreds of guests. cbs 2 news reporter
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mellaney ore explains, that's the kind of thanksgiving meal that happened today at the salvation army in cedar rapids. rapids.karen - salvatioarmy staff say this meal is open to anyone in need. they say without it, some might nn eat a thanksgiving meal. meal.more than 400 people came for the feast and fellowship. volunteers took days to prepare the traditional turkey donated most of the food to fill the plates and the volunteers to serve them.the salvation army says they wanted a room where everyone has someone to eat with and nobody has to worry. 09:01:04 as stressed as you might be trying to figure out how to prepapa a thahasgiving meal for your family that might be coming into town that's how stressed a lot of people might be just providing one meal for just them and their kids every day. day.monday through friday the sasaation army serves brbrkfast and lunch in that same room.mellaney mooore cbs 2 news live at five. "here's a live look down interstate 380 as holiday travellers head to their destinations. terry will have your final
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that's cbs 2 news live at 5 this . coverage continues now with the cbs evening news and we'll be back here at 6 with the top stories across the
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