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ba0` it will be another mild day with temps in the 50senjoy! rain moves in tomorrow through monday. monday. 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 warm 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
here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... another new way to have family 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 e nter 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 the coral ridge mall. yesterday the play area re-opened with new features -- like 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
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.ey clude veririn, a bway and an upscale sushi restaurant called red ginger. those businesses are expected to open in march. the first lady is trending today for dropping sick beats. beats.she teamed up with s-n-l comedian, jay pharoah and college humor, for a rap video about going to college. college.it's part of her "better make room" initiative, to boost awareness about resources that could help americans pursue higher education.the hashtag flotus bars started trending with internet users expanding the song by creating their own first lady inspired rap lines.
right now on cbs 2 this rning...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. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
satellite and radar shows some clouds in our r 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 state at the bus stop, exuect mixed sunshine with t tps in the 30s and 40sour temps will warm into the 50s again today with clouds building tonight. tonight. in black hawk county, county,the state medical examiner is still trying to figure out this morning, the cause of death of a missing
teen.in black hawk ccounty, county,the state medical examiner is still trying to figure out this morning, the cause of death of a missing waterloo teen. teen.authorities say they recovered mo sed's body near gilbertville last weekend in 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.ththpottawattamie 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 takingngoff.the plane came down and hit a power line before crashing near the
to be blocked.the pilot was & the only one on board. w this morning, morning,a medical hhicopter 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 d ashed 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 urs after it went down.federal investigators are looking into the crash.h. morereain is on the way this 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 ththsday, it's only p ptially 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 of arkansas state university -- about 70-miles from memphis.police say brad rtlett had a shotguguand containers of gasoline and propane and was quickly taken into custody.no shots were fired and no one was hurt. anpdate to an officer-involved involvedshooting last month that left a 6-year-d child dead. dead.a grand jury in n louisiana has now indicted two deputy city marshals on second degree murder charges.32ear-old derrick stafrd and 23-year-old norris eenhouse 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 showfew'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
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 little training that is little training g that is provided to the average ficer to deal with somebody who is impaired by a substance other than alcohol." alcohol."since mid-octor -- after deputy smith finished his training -- - '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
"what we concluded is that they were looking for a specific kind of person, somebody who could bring quote on quote transformative changed to the university and whether it was bruce herald from 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 the universisi.the outcome of 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 ththr 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 storm the court. iowa state athletic director jamie pollard said he believes
leg fracture. fracture.pollard later said they still don't know exactly what happened -- but their thoughts are with randy and his wife -- who is battling cancer.petersrs took the incident in stride last night, later tweeting out "ouch." he'll have surgery sometime today. as hawkeyefans scramble for rose bowl tickets, one person, decided to forgo the big gameme and d 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 a toiletries.e 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 donatiti for an i iividual make this large of a donation and really to make this choice that this is where they felt that they could contrite and make a difference and make an impact. impact.the pantry says the donation provided items they wouldn't usually have available. it's
entrepreneur about building an entertainment center off penn street near i-380.the center wowod 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 the coral ridge mall. yesterday the play area re-opened with new features -- like 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 joual that three tenants have signed leases at the buildings on the coralville strip.they ininude verizon, a subway and an upscale sushi restataant called red ginger. those businesses are expected to open in march. good morning, it's on this morning, we'll have a look at some of today's top stories, right
- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ a report of shots fired is being investigated by cedar rapids police.it happened last night near sixth street and 16-th avenue southwest. southwest.cedar rapids police told cbs 2 news officers did find two shell casings, but no one was injured.right now, police sayo arrests have been made and there are no suspects. an update to a story we broke right here on cbs 2 yesterday. yesterday.home in the cedar rapids flood zone which has been set on fire three times now, will soon be torn down.
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 missinin hardrddrive 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 onlnltwo and d half miles fromomhe building where 14 people were murdered.the f-b-i is also questioning enrique marquez, farooks 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
muslim rhetoric.muslim advocay 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 thered to talk a aut isismophobia.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 ganizer explained why fearing people who worship differently is wrong. to hatatand fear anyone is a problem. people are people and as human beings we should care ummm which is part of the reason why i decided to cover as a ristian 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
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 acomplicated d and costly move because the name is embedded in so many systems and branding.they hope to justify the upgrade by adding a number of new 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
student loans that students today face.he says if it wasn't for writing hihiok -- 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 s 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 rereblican caucuses. fellow republican donald trump picked up an endorsement too. his was from a new england union that represents police and corrections officers. officers.the union has nearly 5-thousand members.the backing comes whwhe trump is still under heavy scruntiny 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 t -30 right hereren cbs 2 and on our sister station fox 28, an hour before that at 9-30. turning to thedemocratic
clinton *will make a long- awaited stop in keota. keota.cbs 2 told yououearlier 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 y 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. in coralville, the annual lighting of the lumimiries that cbs 2 this morninintold you about is morning told you about is now being cancelled this year. organizers say they are making the change becuase of the avy rain we are expected to see this sunday.residents are encouraged to participate in other aisle of lights activities throughout the weekend. it's now on this morning. morning.we'll take a look at t- the top three stories you need to know to start your friday.
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at the top three stories you need to know this friday morning. morning.a repo of shots fired is being investigated by cedar rapids police.it happpped last n nht near sixth street and 16-th avenue southwest.police told cbs 2 news officers did find two shell casings, but no one was injured.right now, authorities say nobody was arrrrted and there are no suspects. divers in san bernardino will return to a lake this morning to search for a missing hard drive from a computer found in the home belonging to syed farook and tashfeen malik. divers spent the day hursday search a lake f-b-i agents believe the two might have stopped at the day of the shooting. it's only o and a half miles from the building where 14 pfople were murdered. state bragging ghts for the next year, belong to iowa state.the number four ranked cyclones had to rally from a 20 points deficit to beat their in-state rivaiowa