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what's missing in the san bernandino shooting investigation and the unique place investigators are looking to find it. the rural iowa high school that just locked in a day for one of the biggest names in politics to visit. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.barry. barry. and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. satellite and radar shows some clouds in our morning skies. here's a look outside....our
and 40swinds are light from the west. they will change direction today from southeast which will bring warmer air into our stateat the bus stop, expect mixed sunshine with temps in the 30s and 40sour temps will warm into the 50s again today with clouds building tonight. tonight. this morning, cedar rapids police are investigating a report of shots fired.it happened last night near sixth street and 16- th avenue southwest.
told cbs 2 news officers did find two shell casings, but no one was injured.right now, police say no arrests have suspects. an update to a story we broke right here on cbs 2 news yesterday. yesterday.a home in the cedar rapids flood zone which has been set on fire three times now, will soon be torn down. down.authorities were called to the home on "l" street at about 2-45 in the morning.when they got there -- the back of the house and porch were on fire.the home has been boarded up since 20-14 because of unsanitary conditions -- and the city says the owner hasn't fixed any of the issues -- but has signed a waiver to have the house demolished.there have been more than 40 fires in that area since the floods in 20-08. in san bernardino -- divers will return to a lake this morning morningto search for a missing hard drive found in the home belonging to syed farook and tashfeen malik. malik.divers spent the day thursday searching a lake f-b-i agents believe the two might have stopped at the day of the shooting.it's only two and a half miles from the building where 14 people were
questioning enrique marquez, farook's neighbor who gave the two shooters the assault rifles used in the attack. friends say marquez converted to islam but left the religion a few years ago. following this attack and the paris attack last month, u-s attorney general loretta lynch says the justice department is monitoring a wave of anti- muslim rhetoric.muslim advocacy groups have expressed concerns about a rising tide of islamophobia, including vandalism and threats at mosques across the country. lynch said law enforcement prosecutes deeds not words, and urged americans not to let violent rhetoric turn into violent acts. in mount vernon, a group with cornell college gathered to talk about islamophobia.in the corridor -- muslim leaders -- priests and other members of various faiths spoke about how they are working to combat the problem in the larger community.one organizer explained why fearing people who worship differently is wrong. to hate and fear anyone is a
as human beings we should care ummm which is part of the reason why i decided to cover as a christian woman i want to show support for our muslim brothers and sisters. an organizer tells cbs 2 news that this is just the beginning of the conversation on the cornell college campus. at the university of iowa, the fight against is-is is causing a big change to the school's computer system. system.the iowa student information system, or isis, for years has allowed students to register for classes.now with the terror group being recognized by the same acronym, the university is looking for something else.but because of the cost and complexity of this change, it will involve much more than rebooting the name. it's an opportunity to improve the student experience at the same time, the reason we didn't rush into this, while it sounds it's as simple as changing the name it's not. beck says it's a complicated and costly move because the name is embedded in so many systems and branding.they hope to justify the upgrade by
services to create a one-stop shop portal for students.they hope to get the new system and a new name up and running sometime next spring. a rising republican candidate in the race for the white house came to iowa city.florida senator marco rubio talked to corridor voters on thursday. thursday.a good part of his message was geared toward students in the crowd.he talked about how he went through college shouldering a lot of the same burdens from student loans that students today face.he says if it wasn't for writing his book -- he'd likely still be paying off that debt. ted cruz picked up a major endorsement from one of iowa's most prominent conservatives. bob vander plaats announced that he's backing cruz.a new national c-b-s news poll has cruz in second with registered g-o-p voters.an iowa poll by monmouth university has cruz in the top spot.vander plaats has backed the last two winners of iowa's republican caucuses. fellow republican donald trump picked up an endorsement too. his was from a new england union that represents police and corrections officers.
5-thousand members.the backing comes while trump is still under heavy scrutiny for his call to ban all muslims from entering the u-s. for more political headlines, don't forget to join me sunday morning for iowa in focus.it airs at 10-30 right here on cbs 2 and on our sister station fox 28, an hour before that at 9-30. turning to the democratic race, front runner hillary clinton *will make a long- awaited stop in keota. keota.cbs 2 news told you earlier this week about a group of high school students who have been trying to be part of the election process. they've attended rallies and launched a social media campaign to get the former secretary of state to speak at their school.thursday they announced clinton will make an appearance on december 22-nd. students have already had visits from fellow democrat martin o'malley and republican rick santorum. yesterday marked one of several toys for tots distribution days at the cedar rapids salvation army.that's where parents come and pick out toys they'll take home for their kids this christmas. all the money you drop into the
make this possible. what parent does not love to see the kids when they come down christmas morning, smile when they see they have presents under there? it's not just for the kids, it's for the parents too. because that joy that fills the parents hearts, is irreplaceable." right now the salvation army is off pace by about 30-thousand dollars, and they need to raise an *additional 30-thousand this year to keep up with the growing need. there are many ways you can help. we put a list on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. in coralville, the annual lighting of the luminaries that cbs 2 this morning told you about is now being canceled this year. organizers say they are making the change because of the heavy rain we are expected to see this sunday.residents are encouraged to participate in other aisle of lights activities throughout the weekend. it's coming up next... next...the surprising spot fixing up bikes for kids who
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winds are light from the west hour by hour shows mixed sunshine today with highs warming into the 50s by the afternoon.satellite and radar shows mostly clear skies with some clouds to our west. predictor shows partly sunny skies with clouds building tonight. rain moves in tomorrow afternoon through monday.we could see around one to two inches of rain through monday. we could even see some scattered thunderstorms with the showers too, so we could break some rainfall records for december this weekend. today: partly sunny with highs in the 50stonight: cloudy with lows in the 40stomorrow: highs in the 50s with showers likely
cloudyour seven day forecast shows highs warming into the 50s this weekend and then cooling into the 30s, which is normal for december, next week. rain stays with us all weekend through monday. this week, 30 kids in the quad cities area will receive newly refurbished bikes and helmets. helmets.and where they came from may surprise you...
natural sound: fixing bike) just inside the former scott county jail annex is a workshop full of old bicycle gears, tires and donated bikes that are need of desparte repair.all those parts are for the bicycle restoratoin program.it's designed to involve low risk-minimum security inmates sentenced to county jail time --- a chance to give back to the community. officer don rupe provides direction, (natural sound: officer rupe: it will help straighten that out) (alice) practical training and safety instruction as inmates work instruction as safety instruction as inmates work to refurbish the bikes.for the inmates, it's a chance to take something broken.(natural sound: hammer)(alice)and make it shine again. (dylan jungjohann/community restoration worker)building the bikes is funbecause you get to see them in the state when you get them from the police department or whatever they're kinda broken and stuff and you look at them and you're like wow i built that. it's a great feeling to look at it and know you fixed it" (alice)dylan jungjohann is a community restoration worker. he says the scott county jail has helped him turn his life around.there are incentives for working while serving time.
pay 30 dollar a day to be at the jail.now if you work you only have to pay 5 dollars. officer rupe says this program also gives workers a chance hone a skill.(natural sound: picking up wrench)(don rupe/community restoration officer for scott county 3) we've had guys that come in here that don't even know how to use a wrench or even what certain wrenches are.(alice) jungjohann says he's proud to help put a smile on local kid's faces.(dylan jungjohann/community restoration worker)i actually like it now and especially because it's going to kids for christmas that made me work a little bit faster and more efficient to get them done. these bikes don't only go to non-profits, they can also be donated to other inmates who just got out, and have no form of transportation. n. it's now on this morning. morning.after the break... break...the exciting end to the basketball section of the last night.
fun could be coming to the corridor. north liberty is talking with a local entrepreneur about building an entertainment center off penn street near i-380.the center would have things like bowling, laser tag, billiards and a sports bar.all of that would cost an estimated eight million dollars and could mean 250 jobs. corridor kids now have another exhibit to explore at coral ridge mall. yesterday the play area re-opened with new features including a mini hospital. families gave their input about what they wanted added to the space -- like a place to put shoes and new slides. the play area is open during mall hours. two new retail centers near coral ridge are filling up fast.lockard's hawkeye group tells our partners at the corridor business journal that three tenants have signed leases at the buildings on the coralville strip.they include verizon, a subway and an upscale sushi restaurant called red ginger. those businesses are expected to open in march. the cy-hawk game needs no
say is that fans were camping outside hilton since monday -- the game is on thursday -- but hey... it's thursday -- but hey... it's iowa versus iowa state.i-u-s has won two straight -- this is steve prome's first cy-hawk game -- and jarod uthoff came to play -- early in the first -- uthoff drops in the triple -- giving iowa an 8 point lead then later in the half -- uthoff -- takes it hard to the rack -- and slams it home -- uthoff had 30 points in the first 20 minutes iowa led by as many as 20 -- but they call it hilton magic for a reason -- off the miss -- georges niang -- bang bang bang -- cyclones down 1they're still down 1 with under 15 seconds to go -- monte morris -- sinks the floater -- iowa state the floater -- morris -- sinks -- monte seconds to go under 15 down 1 with they're still down 1cyclones bang -- -- bang bang bang -- cyclones down 1they're still down 1 with under 15 seconds to go -- monte morris -- sinks the floater -- iowa state takes their first lead since it was 4 to 2 still time for the hawks -- mike gessell to uthoff -- he finished with a game high -- 32 -- needed 35
82."we're obviously dissappointed with how we handled the ball. not just at the end but coming down the stretch. you can't turn it seventeen times. that's just too many. i know they're quick and they're up in your space. but we gotta come down and get a shot." shot.""your character gets revealed tonight. and what kind of character we got, what kinda poise we're gonna show and these guys have been in tha t situation.. proud of these guys, character and figuring out a way to win." high school hoops -- washington hosting linn-mar the warriors led by 5 after 1 -- more of the same in the second -- donovan beard -- silky smooth on the turn around jay --but the lions have a guy named jordan bohanon -- and bo knows bohanon -- and bo knows threes -- jay-bo -- dials long distance and connects -- bohannon finished with a game high 22 as linn-mar beats wash 69 to 49 the final the central city girls basketball team snapped a 60 game tri- rivers conference losing streak conference rivers a 60 game tri-rivers conference losing streak with a win tuesday night -- it was mark hazlett's third win in three years as the wildcats' head
not for him, because hazlett won't give up on his team mark hazlett our ed thomas coach of the weekthree years ago mark hazlett took over the central city girls basketball program for a reason -- "i'm bound and determined to help get these girls better." and he brought with him some old school basketball knowledge... "he says some old fasion stuff that doesn't really make sense to us..." "always saying "always saying little sayings like bo jangle wangle ... i don't know what it is." is." "i think they laugh more at me than a lot of times than they do with me .. and i don't care."what he does care about --- -- his wildcats -- no matter the outcome of the game - - "we haven't had a winning team, so there is no sense in beating up on the girls figuratively if they aren't doing well because they are trying as hard as they can." and to his team -- that's worth more than a two points -- "he's there to support us all
never felt that he gave up on us at all.... he's always been there and it means a lot to all of us." us." "he's never given up on us.. like every since practice he comes in and is like tomorrow is a winnable game lets go.... it helps us because we don't give up... he doesn't give us the opportunity to give up."just a belief that they will succeed... succeed...the closest opponent on the mat for the iowa wrestling team this season has been -- season has team this the cy-hawk american first team all-walter camp named a also was award -- he to win the first hawkeye -- king is the defensive back nation's top is given to the award, which jim thorpe took home the -- this time he crowned again as been desmond king and finally -- to 6. rutgers -- 29 to dominate of 10 matches -- iowa won 8 tech fall suite followed the sorenson -- brandon and then at 149 to 6 tech fall --win with a 21 gilman would there -- and gets the control -- he was in total thomas gilman pounds -- iowa -- at 125 this was all as expected that one. actually likes brands feeling tom night -- i have a ugly sweater rutgers on ugly sweater night -- i have a feeling tom brands actually likes that one.as expected this was all iowa -- at 125 pounds -- thomas gilman was in total control -- he gets the there -- and gilman would win with a 21 to 6 tech fall -- and then at 149 -- brandon sorenson followed the tech fall suite -- iowa won 8 of 10 matches to dominate rutgers
desmond king as been crowned again -- this time he took home the jim thorpe award, which is given to the nation's top defensive back -- king is the first hawkeye to win the award -- he also was named a walter camp first team all- american cbs-2 news connects with cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
satellite an paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock.
satellite and radar shows some clouds in our morning skies. here's a look outside....our temps right now are in the 30s and 40swinds are light from the west. they will change direction today from southeast which will bring warmer air into our stateat the bus stop, expect mixed sunshine with temps in the 30s and 40sour temps will warm into the 50s again today with clouds building tonight.
santa helped a military dad surprise his kids! kids!rob stella had been stationed in the middle east for a year.when they found out he'd be coming home, his wife worked with the local
mall to surprise thier kids. kids.he hid behind santa and when the kids were there taking pictures, he popped up from behind the chair and photobombed the picture.the kids had no idea until his son
hey, i know there's pain. why do you lock yourself up in these chains? this would be so easy if you had progressive. our mobile app would let you file a claim and help you find one of our service centers where we manage the entire repair process. things will go your way if you hold on. [ sighs ] someday somebody's gonna make you wanna turn around and say goodbye. say goodbye no, you just made it weird. cbs 2 this morning...where investigators stand in the search for answers about a deceased waterloo teen. the specific steps one corridor sherrif's office is taking to fight back against drug abuse. the unusual injury in ames last night after a stunning finish on the basketball court between iowa and iowa state. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio.
let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. satellite and radar shows some clouds in our morning skies. here's a look outside....our temps right now are in the 30s and 40swinds are light from the let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather
first forecast. satellite and radar shows some clouds in our morning skies. here's a look outside....our temps right now are in the 30s and 40swinds are light from the west. they will change direction today from southeast which will bring warmer air into our stateat the bus stop,
temps in the 30s and 40sour temps will warm into the 50s again today with clouds building tonight. tonight. in black hawk ccounty, county,this morning --
the state medical examiner is still trying to figure out the cause of death of a missing waterloo teen. teen.authorities say they recovered mo sed's body near
the cedar river.he was last seen alive near his home on october 22nd, and was a senior at waterloo west high school the pilot of a small plane was killed after a crash on interstate 29, north of council bluffs. bluffs.the pottawattamie county sheriff's office says a small plane took off from an omaha airport and crashed a short time later thursday afternoon.authorities say the pilot reported engine problems after taking off.the plane came down and hit a power line before crashing near the highway.it caused the highway to be blocked.the pilot was the only one on board. new this morning, morning,a medical helicopter crashed overnight in central california -- killing all four people on board. board.a pilot -- nurse and paramedic were aboard -- we don't know who the fourth person was.officials say it was traveling through heavy rain and fog and crashed in a remote field.weather also made it hard to reach the wreckage -- so crews didn't get to the site until more than two hours after it went down.federal investigators are looking into the crash.
weekend, in an already soaked pacific northwest.experts believe the landslide threat will continue even after the rains end.a landslide closed down an interstate in washington state on thursday, it's only partially open now. at least two people have been killed so far.the national weather service also confirmed a tornado touched down in southwest washington, damaging 36 homes. a college in arkansas was forced into lockdown thursday after police say an armed man crashed his pickup into a barrier on campus. campus.it happened on the campus of arkansas state university -- about 70-miles from memphis.police say brad bartlett had a shotgun and containers of gasoline and propane and was quickly taken into custody.no shots were fired and no one was hurt. an update to an officer-involved involvedshooting last month that left a 6-year-old child dead. dead.a grand jury in louisiana has now indicted two deputy city marshals on second degree murder charges.32-year-old derrick stafford and
junior fired at least 18 rounds into a car driven by chris few.his son was strapped into the front seat.court documents say body camera video shows few's open hands are raised and visible inside the car when the gunfire starts. for years, jones county has had a problem with prescription pills and methamphetamines... nes...and now they have a designated deputy just to address the issue.deputy tim smith patrols the county apprehending drug-impaired drivers.he says about one third of their impaired drivers are under the influence of a drug other than alcohol.he's called a drug recognition expert...and the sheriff says it's not something you see often. "we are trained to do field sobriety on people who are impaired or under the influence of alcohol, but there is very alcohol, but there is very little training that is provided to the average officer to deal with somebody who is impaired by a substance other than alcohol." alcohol."since mid-october --
his training -- he's conducted eight drug evaluations.deputy smith also assists other counties who don't have d-r- es...the sheriff says he plans to hire more in the next few years. a report on the hiring of the university of iowa president bruce harreld was just released.in october, investigators from the american association of university professors visited iowa city to see if the board of regent's were fair in their selectionthe report says harreld was one of the front- runners through the entire process.they couldn't pinpoint if the board of regents "picked him" from the beginning, but said the board seriously dis-served the people of the state with the search. "what we concluded is that they were looking for a specific kind of person, somebody who could bring quote on quote transformative change to the university and whether it was bruce herald from the beginning, it wasn't clear the beginning, it wasn't clear on that." that."investigators were *not* able to meet with president harreld, but say, the college and university governance committee will decide if a sanction will be imposed on
that decision will *not affect harreld's employment. state bragging rights have been decided -- on the basketball court at least. least.the 4th ranked iowa state cyclones had to rally from 20 points down to beat their in-state rival iowa hawkeyes last night in ames. hilton magic was in the air when monte morris hit a game winner with 9 seconds left. iowa's jarrod utoff scored 30 points in the first half -- but only ended up with 32 overall. after the game -- des moines register reporter randy peterson broke his leg when cyclone fans stormed the court. iowa state athletic director jamie pollard said he believes peterson suffered a compound leg fracture. fracture.pollard later released a statement saying they still don't know exactly what happened -- but their thoughts are with randy and his wife -- who is battling cancer.peterson took the incident in stride last night -- and tweeted out "ouch." he'll have surgery sometime today. iowa hawkeye desmond king won the jim thorpe award last night.it's awarded to the nations best defensive back.
and pulled in eight interceptions -- that's the second best in the nation.he's the first hawkeye to ever win the award and is the big ten's seventh winner. as hawkeye fans scramble for rose bowl tickets, one person decided to forgo the big game and instead, use that money to take care of others. others.the north liberty community pantry received a donation of nearly two- thousand pounds of food and toiletries.the donor, who doesn't want any credit, brought items like meats, hygiene products and fresh fruit.the pantry wants to say thank you for the generosity because of the impact those items will have on the community. it's a really incredible donation for an individual to make this large of a donation and really to make this choice that this is where they felt that they could contribute and make a difference and make an difference and make an impact. impact.the pantry says the donation provided items they wouldn't usually have available. it's coming up next... next...the presidential candidate who had a run-in
monday. our temps will be warmer toour temps right now are in the 30s and 40swinds are light from the westhour by hour shows mixed sunshine today with highs warming into the 50s by the afternoon. satellite and radar shows mostly clear skies with some clouds to our west.predictor shows partly sunny skies with clouds building tonight. rain moves in tomorrow afternoon through monday.we could see around one to two inches of rain through monday. we could even see some scattered thunderstorms with the showers too, so we could break some rainfall records for december this weekend.today: partly sunny with highs in the 50s tonight: cloudy with lows in the 40stomorrow: highs in the 50s with showers likely in the afternoon, otherwise cloudyour seven day forecast shows highs warming into the 50s this weekend and then cooling into the 30s, which is normal for december, next week. rain stays with us all weekend
in the presidential election. election.but a bald eagle? that's a different story. story.jeanne moos finds out why america's national symbol would try to bite a presidential candidate. candidate. donald trump is great at winging it. but now he's become prey for comedians thanks to an eagle.(jimmy kimmel/abc) "he's agitated cause his dead brother's on donald's head. watch. ohhhh!" the video is from a time magazine photo shoot with an eagle named uncle sam. as his named uncle with an eagle named uncle sam. as his owner jonathan wood helped set up the shots....(nats: donald trump) "how's my hair?"more than feathers got ruffled... (jeanne moos/reporting) "you were trying to handle the bird, you ended up handling trump's hair?(voice of jonathan wood/master falconer) "yeah, and it's real."but the bird really became a headache when the donald inadvertently invaded his territory by reaching...(nats: donald trump) "you don't show the aspirin over there do you?" (nats) "his aspirin."(voice of jonathan wood/master falconer) "it takes a little courage to work with a bird like that. he is the most difficult bird i