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cbs 2 this morning...it's officially 20-16!see how celebrations ended up fafaing last night with increased fears of terror attacks across the globe. a new bowl first time in a exciting start a week. cbs two this mostly sunny next couple welcome to last night. night.city's timesesew york crowded into and a aut a entire globe took plple 16 !! welcome to happy new saturday and shows temps days next couple and dry will stay quiet our weather skies mostly sunny tonight and some clouds skies today, partly sunny forecast. first cbs 2 weather check of our let's get a dd'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.i'm kelly morning... cbs two this welcome to cbs two this morningng.cbs two
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welcome to cbs two this* morning...i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. dddmbrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. partly sunny skies today, some clouds tonight and mostly sunny skies tomorrow.our weather will stay quiet and dry through the next couple daysour seven day shows temps in the 30s saturday and next week!
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happy new year and welcome to the start of 20-16 !! celebrations took place around the entire globe last night. night.and aboutut million
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city's times square to watch the famous ball drop right at midnight.organizers expected another 100-million people in the united states to watch it on t-v, with a world-wide viewer ship of more than a billion people!this celebration has been going on for more than a century, starting in 19-07. everything in new york city went off without a hitch, but in nearby y rochester, that wasn't the case. case.officials were forced to cancel a fireworks celebration there, after arresting a man they say was plotting to carry out a new year's eve attack. prosecutors say 25-year-old emanuel lutchman was going to attack a rochester bar with a machete and knives.isis was hiy inspiration.he's been arged with roviding material support to the terrorist group. new years celebrations were tense in germany too.this is video of the annual celebrations at the brandenburgate inerlin.but in munich, train stations were shutdown because of a possible terror attack.authorities say they received concrete information that strongly
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same concerns prompted officials in brussels and paris s cancel fireworks before celebrations in dubai got underway, authorities had to fight a massive fire in a high-rise.it happened at a 63-story hotelelnd-condominium near the world's tallest skyscraper.that's where tens of thousands gathered for a new year's fireworks display. 16-people were hurt. authorities are still trying to pinpoint the fire'e'cause. but here in the corridor, authorities were on patrol last night for a completely different reason. reason.cbs 2 news repoer stephanie johnson is now joining us for more on that, stephanie, good d rning. morning.good morningngkelly. well many people will soon be waking up in a haze from celebrating last night. night.and the cedar rapids poli department, along with lalaenforcement across the country, wanted everyone to ring in the new year . . . safely.they were on patrol last night looking to keep drunk drivers off the road.-
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quarter barrel told cbs 2 news he kept an eye out for any bar patrons who might have over- indulged. "i'd like my customers to come back, sosothe safer t ty get home, the e ore apt they are to get back here," back here," kelly, drunk drivers that did find themselves pulled over last night, will now have to pay up to 6-thousand dollars in fines for just a first offense.which is not a good way to start the new year. covering the corridor... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie.we continue our coverage of the rose bowl now.in the city of pasadena, the rose bowl stadium means more than just college football, it's part of the community.my cbs 2 this morning co-anchor kevin barry explains how its roots reach h back far before the annual bowl tradition even started. started. the rose bowl is called the "granddaddy of them all" for the simple reason that it kicked off the annual tradition ofofplaying a college e football game around the new new year. but for a while -
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biggest event of the week. pkg michelle turner the parade came first, the first parade wawain 1890 and that was held d by a local club called the valley hunt club. professor charles holder suggested they hold a festival to show off to their winter counterparts to show off what a fabulous winter we had. but after a while - southern california's best effort to thumb their nose at the rest of the nation just wasn't getting the attention organizers hoped it would. their solution was to play a otball game for the whole nation to see. a rocky start eventually lead to games starting in 1916. turner eventually these games were getting so popular and creating enough revenue that they decided to build a bowl. the early crowds of 25 thousand people now thousand people now are dwarfed people now thousand crowds of 25 thousand people now are dwarfed by a sell out crowd of 92 thousand. upgrades and additions an the stadadm can st olympic events, world cup soccer and five super bowls. turnerit's great because you know it's what the founders of the parade wanted. they want pasadena to get this national and international attention
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we have it's also great because of the green. turner says the latest data from 2013 says 306 million dollars came into la county from the parade $- and gameturnerto give you a comparisonthe grammys was said to o bring in about 82 million. but when the national cameras aren't around - the rose bowl is also the battleground for local turkey for local turkey tussles between high schools -- and local graduatis. turnerto this day it t ill hosts our very large fourth of july celebration. so it is obviously important on new year's day but when all the tourists leave, for us it's still a major community center llivefor fans and the players - it ends upupeing one of the spots where the stadium is just as big a draw as the game itself. in los angeles, kevin barry (morning outcues) the game will finally kickoff this afternoon, at four.but don't forget before that, the e road to the roses preview show will get you ready for the big showdown between the hawks and stanford.it will air this morning at 7-thirty, on our sister station, fox 28. last night, thcollege footballworld was focused on the start of the plalaffs.both semi final games took place on new years eve..
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bowl between the clemson tigers and the oklahoma sooners.clemson trailed at the half by one point before blowing the sooners out in the second half 37-to-17. and in the other semi-final game, roll tide roll.the alabama crimson tide destroyed the michigan state spartans in the cotton bowl classic.it was fairlylyclose in the first half, bama went up 10-nothing in the second quarter.but never looked back, beating the spartans 38-to-zero.alabama and clemson will alabama and clemson will play for the college football championship, a week from monday. a johnson county man is a johnson county m is safe and warm this morning, after falling through ice yesterday in the hawkeye wildlife area in oxford. 25-year-old jared bushell walked over what he thought to be frozen wetlands.fire officials in north liberty say he called 9-1-1 when he became stuck in mud d d waist deep water.two sheriff deputies broke through ice an inch and a half thick to get him out. they tell cbs 2 news that ice needs to be four inches thick
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for a-t-vs or least five for a-t-vs or vehicles.but ice is never 100 percent safe. chris kochanny, public education captain23:38:10 have a cell p pne, go with a partner, have a piece of rope or a ladder that if somebody were to fall through, you can slide that out on the ice and allow them to grab onto that and rescue them and then of course cal911 if somebody does fall through the ice. ice.if yououave questions about whether of not you should go out on ice, the fire department says to check the iowa d-n-r's fishing reports and check the ice yourself. an update to historic flooding just a few hours south of the corridor. corridor.so far in missouri alone, 12 people have been killed from flood waters, and wide portions of two major interstates, have had to close. in saint louis county, an estimated 7 les of highway isiscurrentltlseveral feet under water.homes and cars have been swept away by waters. right now, 45-iowa national guard members are being deployed to missoururto help our neighbors with flood recovery.
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just ahead...how some corridor kids rang in 20-16 even though
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by the time the next week!saturday and in the 30s shs temps our seven day shows temps in the 30s saturday and next week! by the time the ball dropped last night, many kids were already fast asleep. but that doesn't mean they didn't ring in the new year. year.cbs 2 news reporter joy howe shows us cedar rapids' "noon" year's eve. ((nats, singing "let them go")) if you're rerey to let 2015 go...and you to let 2015 go...and you don't want to stay up until midnight to do it ((nat popoof "honk" toy))then the cedar rapids public library is the best place to limbo your way into 2016. we have red carpet interviews interviewer nick borrowed our mic and officially took over, asking the serious questions. clip 0006go "are you having a good day? are you cited for the new year? 03.20.02.17 perfect. lady of few words i like it. to get good grades. that's a good goal, you know
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library right here with the books s .18.021 stararright at e library. like that plug? that's a pretty good plug, right? 03.18.08.13 his resolution this year? me personally, i just like to party, boogie have a good time 03.16.05.19 4-year-old tabrie knows how to do thth. she's got extra pep in her step today, celebrating her birthday and new years. momma helped me make my headband, and i got this 03.31.17.21 052ub so much fun, for so many peoplele03.13.52.28 and ee, ke all the programsmswe have at the library, completely free 03.13.56.13which the library stays committed to, despite their tough news of 2015, learning they would be dealing with some cutbacks after voters decided not to help support the library further with tax dollars. 03.14.06 it's about the community, sure we have some tough times and some adjustment_ we'll make, but our goal is still the same, , it's'she main rereon we're here, if we don't do that, then what is there? 03.14.24.12 they know their place in they know their place in our cocounity....and justst how many people count on them.
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ensues)) so, happy new year from the cedar rapids public library. hahay new year t t you, too 03.32.2..14 it's now on this morning.coming up next, marissa and i will show you a few *life hacks that are inspired by a new t-v show airing this weekend.
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as we head into 2016 wouldn't it be nice if we all had a resolution to be smarter on social media.a picture right now isisgoing around of this dog who looks like he's had a skin graft. graft.the caption says "this poor dog was badly burned and disfigured trying to save his family from a houou fire. then it tells viewer each like sends up a prayer for the dog. mashable dot com is reporting that this picture is actually a jojo.it's a dog with a pipie of ham over its face.but facebook users actually shared this picture out of concern, i actually saw several people on my timeline whw shared this. this.other users pointed out that it was just a piece of ham.a guy named stephen roseman posted it, some got made popoed it, some got made at him and called him out for trying to get more likes and followers.roseman said this isn't his dog, he just found the picture on
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make fun of people who write similar posts. it's stay with us, because after break.k.the latest developmeme
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morning...cbs this right now on cbs 2 thisismorning...which stanford cardinal will be the iowa defense's number one priority today in the rose bowl. the two presidential caidates who took a bump recently onhe race for the white house. and the very controversial action theheresident is
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the day has finally come for the iowa hawkeyes.at four this afternoon, they will make their long-awaiting return to the rose bowl.and if the hawks walk out ofofhe famed stadium with a win, it will mean their defense played well against one of the best players in the country..cbs 2 sports anchor zach hanley explains how iowa plans to stop christian mccaffrey. mccaffrey. he runs, catches, returnrn
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the game will finally kickoff this afternoon, at four.but don't forget before that, the road to the roses preview show will get you ready for the big showdodo between the hawks and stanford.it will air this morning at 7-thirty, on our sister station, fox 28.
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one of a long list of high-profile bowl games today. you're looking at a list of all the match-u-u right now. three of iowa's fellow big ten teams will square off, including northwestern, ohio state and michigan. at the state capitol, capitol,a state legislator ys he'll try gain to pass a bill this year that would allow fantasy sports players in the state to claim prizes. fantasy sports players in iowa are currently banned from cashing in on money prizes. last year, the state senate approved a similar bill, but it failed in the house.the fantasy sports debate has been heating up as supporters and opponents argue whether it's like gambling or if it t tes skill to win. the year is coming to a rough end for the ben carson campaign. campaign.two of the republican presidential candidate's top paid advisers left the campaign just a month now before the iowa caucuses.the former neurosurgen has recently tumbled in the national polls.just last week carson said a major shake-up would be coming to his staff, but he later retracted that
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confidence in his team. on the democratic side, martin o'malley's campaign has hit a bump of its own. he failed to qualify for ohio's primary ballot after falling short of the signatures needed to be considered.his campaign needed one thousand valid signatures, and submitted 11-hundred-75, but the state's election chief only deemed 772 valid. the latest c-n-n poll show's the former maryland governor with just three percent support. there's a new delay in the releasing of democratic candidate hillary clinton's emails.the state department says they will elease fewer than the originally expected this month. month.because of the holidays and the sheer amount of the documents involved.yesterday the state department was suppose to release more than 8- thousand emaiai, but were only able to get to less than six thousand.a judge ordered the a judge ordered the emails to be released as part of a freedom of information act request. clinton has been under fire for using a private email server to conduct official business as secretary of state.
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the president is expected to announce a new executive order on gun control as early as next week. week.the white house is not sharing the timing of an announcement or what it would consist of.one proposal would be to expand background checks for more gun sales.current law forces all federally licensed firerems dealers to conduct those checks on their buyers. advocacy groups claim some sellers at gun shows are not licensed.right now, the president is expected to be given recommendations sometime ininhe next few days.s. the lawyer for bill cosby says the comedian was charged with a decade old sex crime crimebecause the prosecutor in the case was fulfilling a campaign promise.monique pressley says cosby is in good spirits and will soon be exonerated. she said kevin steele made cosby's case a focal point of his campaign for district attorney and had to make good on his promise. more than 50 women have made similar sex assault accusations against cosby in the past.cosby's next court will be held on january 14-th.
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a woman injured in a fatal crash involving volvingcaitlynynenner has settled her lawsuit against the reality t-v star.court records do not show the terms of the settlement.thwoman sought unspecified damages against the 66-year-old jenner from the crash h back in february.one person was killed and several others were injured.prosecutors declined to file manslaughter charges ainst jenner. it's coming up... up...the long g history of the stadium the hawkeyes will play
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happy new year and happy new year and welcome to the start of 20-16 !!celebrations took place around the entire globe last night. night.and about a million people crowded into new york city's times square to watch the famous ball drop right at midnight.organizers expected another 100-million people in the united states to watch it on t-v, with a world-wide viewer ship of more than a bibiion people!this cecebration has been going on for more than a century, starting in 19-07. everything in new york city went off wiout a hitch, but in nearby rochester, that wasn't the case. case.officials were forced to cancel a afireworks celebration there, after arresting a man they say was plotting to carry out a new year's eve attack. prosecutors say 25-year-old emanuel lutchman was going to lutchman was going to attack a rochester bar with a machete and knives.isis was his inspiration.he's been charged with providing material support to the terrorist group. new years celebratatns were
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video of the annual celebrations at the brandenburg gate in berlin.but in munich, train stations were shutdown because of a possible terror attack.auththities say they received concrete information that strongly indicated possible plans.the same concerns prompted officials in brussels and paris to cancel fireworks before celebrationsnsin dubai got underway, authorities had to fight a massive fire in a high-rise.it happened at a 63-story hotel-and-condominium near the world's near the world's tallest skyscraper. that's where tens of thousands gathered for a new year's fireworks display.16-people were hurt.authorities are still trying to pinhoint the fire's cause but here in the corridor, auththities were on patrol last night for a completely different reason. reason.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is now joining us for more on th, stephanie, good morning. morning.good morning kelly. well many people will soon be waking up in a haze from celebrating last night. night.and the cedar rapids
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law enforcement across the country, wanted everyone to ring in the new year . . . safely.they wereren patrol last night looking to keep drunk drivers off the road. chris ellis, who owns the bar quarter barretold cbs 2 news he kept an eye out for any bb papaons who might have over- indulged. "i'd like my customers to come back, so the safer they ge home, the more apt they are to get back here," kelly, drunk drivers that did find themselves pulled over last night, will now have to pay up to 6-thousand dollars in fines for just a first offense.which is not a good way to start the new year. coveveng the corridor... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie.we continue our coverage of the rose bowl now.in the city of pasadena, the rose bowl stadium means more than st college football, , 's part of the community.my cbs 2 this morning co-anchor kevin barry explains how its roots reach back far before the annual bowl tradition even started. started. the rose bowl is called the
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the simple reason t tt it kicked off the annual tradition of playing a college football game around the new new year. but for a while - the game was the second biggest event of the week. pkg michelle turner the parade caca first, the first parade was in 1890 and that was held by a local club called the valley hunt club. professor - charleu holder suggested they hold a festival to show offffo theieiwinter counterparts to show off what a fabulous winter we had. but after a while - southern california's bestffort to thumb thei nose athe rest of the nation just wasn't getting the attention organizers hoped it would. their solution was to play a football game for the whole nation to see. a rocky start eventually lead to games starting in 1916. turner evevtually these gamam were getting so popular and creating enough revenue that they decided to build a bowl. the early crowds of 25 thousand people now are dwarfed by a sell out crowd of 92 thousand. upgrades and additions mean the stadium can host olympic events, world cup
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turnerit's great because you know it's what the founders of the parade wanted. they wanted d pasadena to get this national and international attention and see how great of a winter we have it's also great because of the green. turner says theatest data from 2013 sasa 306 million dollala came into la county from the parade and gameturnerto give you a comparison, the grammys was said to bring in about 82 million. but when the national cameras aren't arnd - the rose bowl is also the battleground for local turkey tussles between high schools -- and local graduations. turnerto this day it still hosts our very large fourth of july celebraon. so it is obviously important on new year's day but when all the tourists leave, for us it's still a major community center llivefor fans and the players - it ends up being one of the spots where the stadium is just as big a draw as the game itself. in los angeles, kevin bay (morning outcues) ) the game will finally kickoff this afternoon, at four.but don't forget before that, the road to the roses preview show will get y ready for the big showdown between the awks and stanford.it will air this
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sister station, fox 28. last night, the college football world was focused on the start of the playoffs.both semi final games took place on new years eve.. eve..beginning with the orange bowl between the clemson tigers and the oklahoma sooners.clemson trailed at the half by one point before blowing the sooners out in the second half 37-to-17. and inhe other semi-final me, roll tide roll.the alabama crimson tide destroyed the michigan state spartans in the cotton bowl classic.it was fairly close in the first half, bama went up 10-nothing in the second quarter.but never oked back, beatininthe spartans 38-to-zero.alabama and clemson will play for the college football championship, a week from monday. a johnson county man is safe and warm this morning, after falling through ice yesterday in the hawkeye wildlife area in oxford. 25-year-old jared bushell walked over what he thought to be frozen wetlands.fire officials ininorth liberty say he called 9-1-1 when he became stuck in mud and waist deep
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broke through ice an inch and a half thick to get him out. they tell cbs 2 news that ice needs to be four inches thick to walk on and at least five for a-t-vs or vehicles.but ice is never 100 percent safe. it's now this morning. morning.when we come back, we'll take a look at the top three stories you'll need to know on this morning.
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now here's a look at the top three stories on the first day of the year. year.of course, the iowa hawkeyes will finally step on the field this afternoon, making their long-awaited return to the rose bowl.the hawks takeken the stanford cardinal, at 4-pm.be sure to tune into our evening shows for highlights of the big game.
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crowded into new york city's times square to watch the famous ball drop right at midnight.organizers expected another 100-million people in the united states to watch it on t-v, with a world-wide viewer ship of more than one billion people! but acroro the e rld, some new year's eve celebrations were cut before they began.in rochester, new york, a fire works celebration was canceled following the arrest of a man who plotted an attack at a bar. in germany and paris, other events were stopped too, with rising fears over possible
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