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spoke to cbs 2 news about what it will take for the hawkeyes to beat the cardinal. ....they're going to have to find a way to bottle him up. up.be sure to tune into our evening shows tonight for highlights of the big game. the head hawk remains the top paid state employee in iowa. data shows kirk ferents made nearly four-million dollars in the fiscal year that ended june 30th.second was former iowa state basketball coach fred hoiberg who made two- point-one million.he is now with the n-b-a's chicago bulls. former i-s-u football coach paul rhoads was third.he was fired by the school in november.the highest-paid non- coach in the state was the c-e-o at the u-i-h-c in iowa city, who made one-point-six
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here's a look outside..our temps are in the 20sour winds are a bit breezy from the west satellite and radar shows some clouds in eastern iowa.partly sunny skies today, some clouds tonight and some clouds
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tomorrow. historic flooding continues to ravage parts of missouri and illinois, leaving more than 20 dead and hundreds of families with out their homes.david begnaud has the latest. latest. narr 1) just southwest of st. louis -- towns are under water. roadways look like rivers. and homes -- have been swallowed by water. (sot - jon belmar, st. louis police department)"were still at a flood stage of 42.31 feet, so it's going to go down, but that's a lot of water the levee's holding right now." (narr 2) in arnold, missouri -- hundreds of people find themselves this new years day without a home -- and temperatures are now dropping below freezing. (sot kelli hoofman, flood victim) "until
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come and check our homes and live in them, so we're going to be out of a place to stay for a couple of weeks at least."(sot linda and tammy thorne - flood victims)"hey, give me the baby updatea&" (narr 3) the thorne family arnold from the floods -- but for her and her family, despite their enormous loss -- the new year brings a sense of hope. (sot linda and tammy thorne - flood victims) "oh my lord, it's a new beginning, i have a great grandbaby coming in (narr 4) david begnaud, cbs news, saint louis county, missouri right now - 45-iowa national guard members are being deployed to missouri to help with flood recovery. now an update to a story cbs 2 news at noon brought you yesterday. yesterday.a johnson county man is safe after falling through ice at the hawkeye wildlife area in oxford.fire officials in north liberty say the man called 9-1-1 himself when he became stuck in mud and waist deep water.two sheriff deputies broke through ice an inch and a half thick to get him out. a shooting in downtown waterloo is being investigated today. today.it happened near downtown just before 2 this
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to a bar on the 200-block of east fourth street.nearby - they found a group of people. people.when officers approached - they heard gunshots from that group.one person was hit and taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.during the incident - one officer fired a single round at an armed suspect, but missed. several armed suspects were arrested.an investigation is on-going at this time. in cedar falls - two people were hurt in a hit and run.it happened in an alley next to a bar in the 400-block of main street. street.police say there was a fight before the collision, and its believed those who were hit were involved in that altercation.the two people hit were taken to the hospital. another person involved in the fight also had to be treated. the incident remains under investigation. policies for police body cameras in iowa don't meet recommeded standards according to a new report. report.according to the des moines register - one standard that comes up short is public involvement and awareness.the paper says the public has not been involved in drafting
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not telling people they're being recorded.state public safety officials say they don't require officers to notify individuals they're being recorded because it's not against iowa law.here in cedar rapids - police chief wayne jerman told the register he will share body camera policies with the public once they are drafted. 20-16 has already gotten off to a bad start for republican ben carson. carson.two of his top paid advisers have left the campaign. campaign.this of course just a month now before the iowa caucuses.carson has recently tumbled in the national polls. just last week he said a major shake-up would be coming to his staff.he later retracted that comment by saying he had full confidence in his team. on the democratic side - martin o'malley is also having some issues.the former maryland governor 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,
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only deemed 772 valid. the latest c-n-n poll show's the former maryland governor with just three percent support. we have some sad news to report this new year's day.one of the most beloved t-v actors of all time, has passed away. away.wayne rogers is best known for his role as "trapper john mc-intyre" on the sitcom "mash."he passed away yesterday in los angeles of complications from pneumonia, according to his publicist. rogers was only on "mash" for three of its eleven seasons, but his character remained loved by fans.wayne rogers was 82 years old.
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america is not just electing a president, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong.
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with so many with so many people filling up new york city's time square last night for new years...you can imagine what a mess it made. right after the party ended - crews got right to work cleaning-up the left-over mess. party hats, confetti, noisemakers all part of the
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york's department of sanitation says more than 170 workers hit the streets.they got the cleanup done with several dozen sweepers and collection trucks.after last year's times square party, more than 48-tons of debris was hauled-away. 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&
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areaa& - taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs did you make a new years resolution this year? our cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is here to
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thank you kelly. a part of celebrating the new year is making resolutions.some people plan to lose weight and exercise more. more.clinical psychologist say that you should narrow your resolution down. for example, instead of saying you i will go to gym every day try will go to gym every day try to set realistic goals. we asked you on our facebook page want were your resolutions. steve johnson said 'this year i will like to bring in more income and live in the gym'. spencer ball's resolution, 'to become informed voter.' and some celebrities made resolutions over twitter. kim kardashian west said "just thought of another new years resolution. i really want to make my moms life easier & be extra nice! she's the best & does everything for us".
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resolutions?covering the cooridor ... stephanie cbs 2 news. news.thanks, stephanie. still ahead on the cbs 2 news at noon, how bill cosby's wife is now coming into play in the suit against the entertainer.
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two people are dead after a shooting outside a bar in tel aviv, israel. israel.that's according to an israeli police spokesman. police are actively searching the scene and conducting a manhunt for the suspect.they have not confirmed if the incident was criminal, or if there were terrorist motives cool down efforts continue today after a fire at a massive hotel in dubai. dubai.the 63-story building was engulfed in flames yesterday, right before a new years celebration began.at least 14-people were hurt during the evacuation effort. right now - authorities are still trying to figure out a cause.the hotel where the fire happened is near the tallest skyscraper in the world. fire ripped through a historic church in northern new jersey early this morning.officials say the fire caused major damage to the nearly 200 year old structure.the building's
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no injuries, and the cause of the blaze remains under investigation. take a look at this... this...an earthquake rattled parts of oklahoma this morning. this was the scene from the inside of a t-v studio in oklahoma city.its morning show was interrupted by the tremor. the u-s geological survey says the four-point-two magnitude quake was centered near the o-k-c suburb of edmond.there are no reports of any injuries or damage. the wife of bill cosby has been ordered to give a deposition in a defamation suit against her husband. husband.a massachusetts court rejected a motion by camille cosby to cancel the deposition order.she is scheduled to testify next week.the case involves seven women who have accused bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. the 78-year-old entertainer is accused of portraying them as liars after they went public with their allegations.cosby was charged with an alleged 2004 sexual assault earlier
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again january 14th. while hawkeye and millions of other college football fans enjoy today's bowl games, concussions continue to plague the sport.that's sparking concern among families and the next generation of players.but as weija jang explains, many are turning to an alternative form of america's favorite sport. sport. (nat sot)(track 1)10 year old mason and 12 year old will couldn't wait to follow their dad's footsteps.keil green played football in college. (sot mason green/10 years old) "wj: what's your biggest dream? to play in the nfl. yeah"(track 2)but their mom worried about hard hits on the field.(track 3)so the family agreed to a compromise: flag football.(sot katherine green/keil green parents)"it was a really nice safe option and we could put off the tackle part for awhile without missing the game. (dad interrupts) "and without missing the skills either." (track 4)flag football is just like the traditional game, but players don't tackle.they remove flags from each other instead.(sot will green/flag football player)"sometimes
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fun"some doctors say no football is the best option. (gfx in--pic of editorial)this month, the new york times printed an op-ed titled "don't let kids play football."(gfx out)(float in pic of bennet omalu)the author was the first physician to publish studies about brain damage in football players.he says children who sustain head trauma are likely to develop health problems as adults...(nat sot)"it's a personal decision(track 6)bart gray runs the n-f-l flag football league in arlington, virginia.he says it's growing fast...as new studies about football-related injuries are released.(sot bart gray)"it's a big deal right now. parents are very concerned about concussions and tackles, and it's driven several families to be here."(track 7) like the greens, who say their boys are safer...and just as happy.wj, cbs news, arlington virginia virginia some more sad news of a much loved entertainer passing away. natalie cole has died at an
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according to t-m-z.she was 65. cole passed away from congestive heart failure -- although underlying medical issues werehepatitis c and complications from a kidney transplant.she recently had to cancel several concert tour dates due to illness.cole was the daughter of nat king cole. one of her hits was a virtual duet she did with her late
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. days after 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 again in san bernardino... and where was marco? fundraising again in new orleans. over the last 3 years, rubio has missed important national security hearings and missed more total votes than any other senator. politics first: that's the rubio way. right to rise usa
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in pasadena, the rose bowl stadium means more than just college football, it's part of the community.cbs 2 news anchor kevin barry explains how its roots reach 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 of playing a college 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 was in 1890 and that was held 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 football 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 are dwarfed by a sell out crowd of 92 thousand. upgrades and additions mean the stadium can host 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 wanted 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 the latest data from 2013
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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 around - 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 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 up being one of the spots where the stadium is just as big a draw as the game itself. in los angeles, kevin barry (morning outcues) marissa has your weather to
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america is not just electing a president, we're also electing a commander in chief. that choice matters. because strengthening the economy, making healthcare more affordable, raising incomes. all of that depends on us being both secure at home and leading the world. i will get up every single day and do whatever it takes to make sure our country is safe and strong. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. after two months of construction, edmonton, canada's first ice castle is now open to the public.the frozen palace includes thousands of icicles, that were sculpted by hand.the structure weighs more than 27- thousand tons and stretches over an acre of snow.inside
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down frozen slides and explore secluded caves.if you want to visit the ice castle, book your trip now.it'll only be there until it melts. partly sunny skies today, some clouds tonight and mostly sunny skies 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! that does it if you want to bundle great tv with high-speed internet, then call centurylink at... ask for the directv entertainment package, bundled with centurylink internet. you get all the channels you love,
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