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today to be arraigned.a woman is accusing cosby of urging her to take pills and drink wine before assaulting her at his home near philadelphia in 2004.during a news conference this morning, the montgomery county prosecutor explained why charges were filed today. charges today are filed as a result onew information that came to light in july of 2015. statutes of limitations in this type of case is 12 years. after determining that the statute of limitations regarding potential iminal offense had not yet expired, the investigation was reopened. reopened.over the past 18 mont - more than 40 wwmen ve publicly accused cosby of assaulting them over the last four decades.but today marks the first time the 78-year-old has faced criminal charges in connection to the allegations. cosby has long denied wrong-doing. the corridor w some more snow fall from the sky this morning.
overnight. while the corridorordeals witit winter weather, flood warnings are in effect in 13-states. states.those extend all the way from georgia to just to our south in missouriwhich is witnessing record flooding. at least 13 deaths in thatat state are being blamed on rising waters.right now - mandatory evacuations are in effect as the amry corps of engineers works to keep water in streams and rivers.that includes the mississippi which is expected to crest 15 feet above flood stage in saint louis tomorrow. we've never seen water this high, and when it goes above cords, not by an inch but by two or three feet, you dot know exactly how far that water is going to go. go.meanwhile - flood waters in arkansas are reaching levels that haven't been seen in more than 20 years.in illinois, around a hundred homes are being threatated by rising
and in indiana, massive flooding across the state swamped highways and other roads. the cost of damage from this weekend's storms in north texas is expected to top one-e- billion-dollars. that's according to an early estimate from the insurance council of texas.severe weather ravaged eastern texas, hitting the dallas-area e hardest. tornadoes were blamed for most of the deaths and the e deststction in that statete corridor towing companies are still hard at work today getting cars out of monday's snow fall. fall.cbs 2 news got to ride along with darrah's towing. they were fifilly able to get to stranded vehicles tuesday after a tow ban was lifted. lifted. darrah's says the big rush for them doesn't come during the storm, but after it. f you're out on the road while the snow falls, tow companies recommend you be extra vigilant.it keeps tow truck drivers who are working on the side of the road -- and other drivers -- safe. while winter weather means headaches for some, it could mean a job for others.many communities s here have to spread out their resources of
right now the iowa d-o-t is in need of a few hundred snow plow drivers.that includes drivers for cities liki cedar rapids, marion and coralvilil. if y y're ininrested in being a seasonal snow plow driver, we've attached a link to the openings at c-b-s two iowa- dot-com. the iowa d-o-t has a web site set up where you can track all the snow plows currently on the roads.each red diamond represents a plow, and the blue circles are plows with a camera attached. yesterday during o o cbs2 news at noon we told you about the traffic near fairfax, we have an update for you on what happenend there. there.one person passed awa after a crash on highway 1-51. the iowa state patrol says an s-u-v driven by terri skalsky, of walford, crossed a center line and hit another vehicle. skalsky died at the scene. investigators don't t lieve weather was a factor. cbs 2 news has learned the name of a man who died in a
keystone.the benton county sheriff says 56-year-old alan keith kimm was vacuumumg grain into a semi, when a wall of corn surrounding him collapsed.several emergency crews and volunteers worked for a half-hour to free him. kimm was pronounced dead at the scene. in the race for the white house... house...another republican has called it a day. day.former new york governor george pataki dropped out of the race last night.he made the announcement last night during commercials airing in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina.pataki's campaign never really gained traction among voters.in last week's c-n-n-o-r-c poll pataki failed to reach one-percent support. the hawkeyes are just under 52-hours away from kick-off against stanford in the rose bowl.while thousands of iowa fans are just getting to pasadena, cb2 sports anchor zachchhanley has been thehe since this weekend. weekend.we now go to him live in sunny southern california, california,where a press conference has just wrapped up.zach? zach?hey kelly.the final
for both teams wrapped up about a little over an hour ago behind me.. and the talk was all about the hawkeyes and the iowa way of doing things. ferentz: "when we go shopping we don't get to go to the gourmae story i guess. some schools do, they get to pick the guys my sister can tell you are great great football ayers... we are comfortable with that."shaw:" all year you just watched iowa nd a way to win n d nobody said anything. they have a great defensive performance, and a great offensive performance and a great team performance... to me that's a sign of a well coached team, but it's also the sign of a an unselfish team." team." live in ... zach hanley, cbs 2 ssports.
stay with cbs 2 for complete coverage of the rose bowl. we'll haha more reports from kevin barry and zach hanley later in the show and for the rest of the week leading up to the game on friday.and that includes our special road pregame show tomorrow night at 6-30 it will air again on new years day, a7-thirty a-m sister station fox 28. the hardware just keeps on coming for the head hawk. hawk.kirk ferentz has been namemethe bobby dodd coach of ththyear.the dodd awards recognizes scholarship, leadership, and success both on and off the field.from 20-13 to 20-15, hawkeye football players have served more hundred hours of community along with the dodd award, ferentz also season's eddie robinson coach of the year. year.coach of the year. coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon - where in the corridor you can go if you have some
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approve this message. days aftft the paris attacks,, senators came together for a top-secret briefing on the terrorist threat... marco rubio was missing - fundraising in california instead. two weeks later, terrorists struck againn in san bernanaino... d where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years,
and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way.. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. not sure what to do with that old television santa just
helped you replace?no worries, the linn county solid waste agency has you covered.right now - they're accecpting t-v's and other monitors for just a five-dollar charge.you can also drop off other electronics and gadgets, like d-v-d players s d stereos.the solid waste agency says they're seeing a lot more people going green after christmas. "the higher our population grows, the less garbage we're seeing come into the landfill because people are recycling everything that they can. from
glass, people are making the effort and we're really seeing the difference." difference."if you're looking to get rid of a t-v, other electronics, and even christmas lights - you can drop them off from 8 a-m to 4 p-m monday through friday at the resource recoveryrycenter on county home road in marion. marissa checks in now with your cbs 2 'weather first' forecast. main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures weweee
- the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet nditions tonight through the next couple days- today's forecast features partly cloudy skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for cloudy skies & chilly conditions- the next three days show more cold a a sunny weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather to the area
an n-b-a player is recovering from gun shot wounds this afternoon. afternoon.cleanthony early of the new york knicks was shot in the right knee this morning while he was robbed outside a strip club.authorities s say multiple suspects boxed in early's uber cab and demanded he give them the gold items he was wearing.police believe six robbers and two cars were involved.right now - early isis in stable conditioioat a hospital. the big apple will be one of the safeest places to ring in the new year. year.that's at least, what officials there are promising residents.mayor bill di- blasio, the n-y-p-d and the f-b-i have outlined security preparations, ahead of tomorrow's celebration. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to see the annual ball drop in times square.nearly five-thousand police ficers will be deployoy alongside traffic and plain clothes officers. officials are also ramping up security for the rose bowl parade, as los aeles is one of three u-s cities named as a tential target for an
and washington d-c.increased security remains a top priority following the paris and san bernardino attacks. a new report says that the n-s-a spieieon raeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and other u.s. allies. the wall street journal reported tuesday the n-s-a maintained surveillance of netanyahu and other leaders,s, despite a prprise from the president that he would end the practice. citing current and former u-s officials, the paper also said that communications between congress and netanyahu may ve been collected in thth surveillance.a national security council spokesman said the white house would "not comment on any specific alleged intelligence activities," but re-affirmed the support for israel. twitter users who popo hateful or violent speech will be booted from the social network. network.twitter is updating its policy on violent or abusive posts. the company says this will enhance the fight against hate speech.it will also give users more explicit ability to remove violators from the site.
social networks have faced criticism for failing to stop terrorists from using their channels to communicate.the social networks have since adjusted their policies several times to clamp down on hate speech, while avoiding censorship. parents, if you're looking for a way to have some fun on new years s eve...netflix is helping you out.what they're offering next. be sure to on average, it takes threeeehundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for ththmiddle class. she gets the job done for us.
be sure to tune in tonight for the cbs 2 news ten at ten.a new company created in the corridor is taking customers back in time with their one- of-a-kind leather accessories. cbs 2 news anchor scott sanborn introduces us to the brains behind "gentleman care." care."created in the corridor, tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. blue bell creameries is now under investigation by the justice department. department.this is over the companies listeria contamination earlier this
products off store shelves.at least three people died afafr eating blue bell products. records indicate the company knew of contaminations at its plants as early as 20-13.blue bell has not yet commented on the investigation. netflix is giving parents a way to get their kids into bed early on new year's eve. eve.they're offering a wide selection of children's characters to count downwnto the new year, that can be played anytime of the night. kids choose which character they want to host their new ar's eve, and can watch an array of child-friendly and parent approved shows. it appears that 20-15 will go down in the record books at the box office. office.thanks to blockbusters like "star wars: the forc awakens"s"nd "jurrasic world," ticket sales are expected to reach unprecedented heights. rentrak data, which tracks box office numbers, is projecting ticket sales this year to come in at 11-point-one billion
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