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the nation was focused on the u-s capitol, as president barack obama gave his 7-th and final state of the union address last night. night.ththpresident looked back on his last seven years in office.he said that the u-s in the longest streak of private sector job creation in history -- and championed the iran nuclear deal and climate change agreement made in paris last month.he laid out a few bi-partisan agreements he thinks should get done -- like criminal justice reform and preventing prescription drug abuse. this morning, both democratic and republican members of ngress will discuss a new national strategic agenda. agenda.joining live now from capitol hill, is iowa second district representative dave loebsack. loebsack.good morning,
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can you tell us about this agenda? - what are the four goals, and how were they determined?- how do you and the other pporters hope to create those 25 million jobs over the next decade?- what is the plan to balance the federal budget by 20-30?- what do you mean by making america "energy secure?" does that involve oil?- what do o u hope iowans will see from the agenda?
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both of iowa's republican senators have released statements on the president's state of the union address last night. night.joni ernst said the majority of americans believe the country is on the wrong track and claimed the president doubled down on hihi failil policies, like the affordable care act. senator grassley said the president downplayed the threat terrorists pose to america.he believes the president needs to focus more on the safety of americans. grassley also said the prprident's speech sounded good, but in reality offered solutions. a new cbs-new york times national poll shows very diffent numbers.iihas frontrunner donald trump with a commanding lead, just a few weeks out from the iowa caucuses.he's leading with 36- percent support.compare thbt
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percent support.marco rubio i i ird, and is the only other candidate with double digit support. that same new cbs poll released yesterday shows hillary clinton's lead shrinking. shrinking.the national poll has clinton receivivi 48- percent support by democratic primary voters.vermont senator bernie sanders is now at 41- percent.that's ten percentage points higher than last month. inton made several campaign stops in iowa on tuesday, with one of her pitches in dubuque. she told voters how she would fight for the middle class while also improving the affordable care act.clinton also turned her attention to sesetor ssders who has talkeded a lot about policies he would implement -- without talking about the details of how he would afford them. my friend senator sanders has said he will lay out his tax plan before the caucus. well i hope h hhurries up because you deserve to see the comparison side by side and a lot of what he's talked about in his campaign would be very expensive she says estimates show senator sanders' plan would
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over ten years and would increase the federal budget by 40-percent. to see my full one-on-one ininrview will hillary clinton, tune in to iowa in focus this weekend.you can watch it on sunday morning right here on cbs 2 at 10-thirty.or on our sister station fox 28, at 9-thirty. new this orning, morning,south korean media arar reporting north korea sent a drone across the border. border.that prompted the south to fire warning shots.after the shots were fired,he military said the unidentified object retreated.tensions between the two koreas have been on the rise since the north allegedly conducted a nuclear test last week.the south has been urging the chinese, north korea's strongest ally, to help diffuse the situation. an update to a story we brought you earlier in the show, u-s military officials are now confirming that 10 navy soldiers have been released by iran.navy officials say the two smalal vessels were on their way from kuwait to bahrain, when their navigational system suffered mechanical problems.the officials say there are no indications that the sailors
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back in eastern iowa -- a cedar falls man is behind bars this morning -- accused of robbing a bank. bank.last night -- 26-year-old jon ellingson was arrested just a half mile from the scene of the crime.police tell cbs 2 news he handed a teller a note demanding money. money.it happened tuesday afternoon at first national bank on whitetail drive in cedar falls.his face was covered -- but authorities tell us the spect ran from the bank inin the thunder ridge shopping center where he changed clothes.ellingson is now facing second degree robbery charges. a fairfield man is now charged with vehicular homicide for a crash in washington county. according to the washington evening journal, it happened last july on highway 218 near ainsworth. ainswoh.the iowa state patrol says a vehicle driven by jorge noivo went out of control, crossed the median and slammed into a vehicle driven by wendy littrell.she was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. authorities say noivo was drunk at the time of the crash. it's coming up next... next...why thinking your phone is ringing when it isn't is
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do you ever think your cell phone is ringing or vibrating
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not? then you may have whatatome e calling "phantom vibration syndndme." syndrome."kathy walsh shows us why this can be a little troubling. troubling. nats cell phone ringthat ring is real.vibration noise... so is that vibration.but how many times have you reached for your mobile phone only to find it's a false alarm?12;08;19;22 i'd say at least twice a day12;01;34;12 i'll feel l something i'll check it and it's not12;06;23;20 probably at least once every dayno surprise.a study of students by a georgia institute of technology professor found 90 percent of them said th felt the phantom phone sensatioio. 12;01;38;18 becuz we're so in touch with out cell phones now we're cyborgs practically ... they're parts of usthe modern day phenomenon has a name ... "phantom vibration syndrome" 11;45;16;00 it's almost like a hallucination... dr. randi smith is an associate professor of psychology at msu denver.11;46;21;02 there's a fear that we're
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trying to reach us and we're not being responsivedr. smith says new media and messages are exciting and rewarding.for some ... they're an obsession. 11;47;27;03 i think it's a little scary how dependent most of us have become on our deviceswhen she suggests students take a media fast ... 11;52;10;11 they'll typically report back i couldn't go an hour phantom vibration syndrome isn't fatal. but it's a warning that too much technology may be hazardous to human interaction. dr. smith says our attachement to devices becomes a serious problem when it keeps people
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here's a look at t me of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... in iowa city -- the call is going out for new street-side food vendors.six -- three-year permits will be gin out -- allowing vendors to sell food from carts i ithe ped mall and on portions of iowa avenue. right now -- five vendors have tive permits -- but they
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wants to hear from vendors who want to sell food during the day -- instead of nights and weekends.applications are due by february first. today in marion, there's a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of ramsey's wine bistro.st august ramsey's began expansion for remodeling.the 4-thirty ribbon cutting will be followed by wine tasting from 5-to-7. there's no cost for the event and the public is invited to stop by. iowa supreme court chief justuice mark cady will give a state of the judiciary address today at the state capitol building.the address will tackle how the judicial branch is moving forward to several different t areas -- like how they're responding to more human trafficking in the state. the speech will begin at 10- a-m. a weird story coming out of rockville, maryland.a man named donald beard is accused of making a home made selfie stick and using itito spy on his female neighbor. neighbor.the 60 year old pleaded guilty in court this week.prosecutors say he routinely attached a camera to a long, metal pole, and would then walk onto the
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apartment and use the device to record what his neighbor was doing. one night the woman looked out of her window and saw pole and called police. officers found 16 videos.beard told police his susueillance mission was for r "investigative purposes," claiming his neighbor was spending time with married men, and that he wanted to catch her in the "act." it's it's it's after the break... break...the latest on a developing story out of
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the part of the country waking up to a lot of fresh snow after a big storm overnight. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio.
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the president gave his state of the union address last night -- butearlier in the day -- governor terry branstad rolled out his visisi for iowa lawmakers. lawmakers.s.during his condition of the state address, branstad revealed he *does want more funding for education. his budget plans come after mu controversy surrounding his veto of bipartisan legislatioiolast yeaea legislative leaders had reached an agreement for one-time education funding of 55-million dollars. but branstadnixed that compromise. tuesday, he told lawmakers iowa children need a bright future, and asked for more money than republicans had previously sought. today i'm proposinan increase of k-12 funding of over one hundred and d forty-five million dollars - over 3.2 billion dollars annually annuallythe governor also reaffirmed his proposal to shift a portion of future
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water quality initiatives.the first ten million each year would go to schools - with left-over money going to water quality programs. governor branstad also peshed the state to become a leader in clean energy. energy.he says low-costst renewable energy methods in the state of iowa have worked before and iowa could be the first state to produce *40- percent of its energy from wind power by 2020.cbs 2 news talked with stste senator rob hogg -- who has supported clean energy for a long time. "because these are really win-win opportunities for iowa, they're good for our environment, they're good for our economy so it's exciting to know that the governor is putting some of his clout behind those proposals." proposals."senator hogg says there's still a lot of work to do to get meaningful legislation passed. meanwhile, opponents of a two billion dollar wind power plan across iowa are celebrating this morning. moing.rock iand clean line wanted to run towers and a power line all the way from wind farms in northwest iowa to areas near chicago.it asked the iowa utilities board to
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require a vote - approval of the plan and approval for the compmpy to cononmn land if necessary.the utilities board refused to hold two separate hearings, saying that would be a hardship for landowners who want to object.opponents in ththcorridor call it great news. " it shows the private porperty rights are considered in this whole process, whether it's clean energy or not the ivate owner has rights. " " " we're hoping this ends it .. we hope it does but we'll be ready to object again if they come back again at us. " a spokes-woman for rock island clean line says the wind power project is still critical for iowa and the nation. so far there is no date set for a final hearing or vote. an iowa group met last night at the coralville library, library,to talk about the health and welfare of animals in the state. state.and primarily when it comes to puppy mills. mills.cbs-2 news reporter
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stephanie.good morning..that's right a group called "iowa friends of companion animals" are working to address large- scale, commercial breeders in the state. state.e.the founder of the group, mary lahay, says she sees a large percentage of u-s-d-a licensed breeders cited for animal welfare act violations.she says for the past three years she has bebe wowoing with iowa lawmakers to get oversight at the state level from the department of agriculture.now, caring for multiple animals can be alot of work.and no one knows that more than the staff at the iowa city imal care and adoption center. we open our doors and we've opened our doors a number of times to the public to come in and look at our facility and see that it's clean and things like that, of course volunteers, members of the public comin on a regular basis and help us do all that cleaning work, which takes hours every day." day."around 60 people showed up at the meeting last night. for more information on how you can help, head to our website, cbs-2-wa dot-com.
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thanks stephanie..out east -- lake snow is pummeling parts of new york.a storm system that will be in that area for roughly a week has dumped around two feet of snow in buffalo -- and the snowfall is expected to continue.the state of new york has more than a thousand plow drivers ready to clear roads. near the indiana-ohio birder, bad winter weather caused a 40- car pile up yesterday.several trucks crashed into each other, as you can see, many of those vehicles were semi trailers.six people were hurt but no one was killed.that area also got hit by two rounds of snowstorms. firefighters in california have worked into the night, trying to free a worker trapped in a sewer line at least ten-feet deep. deep.authorities say a trench collapsed on him in oakland, leaving him buried up to his chest..rescue crews are now trying to shore up the trench, so they can get him out safely. fire officials on scene say the worker appears to be okay. it's been more than 20 years -- but this morning -- there's an n-f-l team heading *back to los angeles.
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n-f-l approved the saint louis rams request to move back to l-a -- the same city they left in 1995.fans in saint louis were not happy -- while fans in l-a were very excited to welcome the country's most popular sport back to the second biggest media market. "it's just depressing to see a team that i loved and just poured all my sundays into for years just leave." leave.""grew up on rams first game at 5, my father took me t tthe rams so i'm happy to welcome the rams back!" back!"the l also approved a one year option for the san diego chargers to move to l-a and share a stadium with the rams..if they decline -- the offer would then move to the oakland raiders. it's after the break... break...the two ways iowa farmers set records this past growing g ason.
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marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jejebush. he's a l lder,
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... anowa city man was arrested after driving a cacainto the side of a house.popoce say paul warner was under the influence of drugs sunday night when he crashed into the home on south van bun street. warner is charged with o-w-i, and faces a year in jail. iowa crop farmers set a new record last year.in its final harvest report for 20-15 -- the u-s-d-a said corn producers grew two-point-five billion buels -- passing the previous record from 2009.
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mark -- with 554-million bushels. meanwhile - iowa farmers could benefit from the el nino system in the pacific.an i ia stste ag expert says mid-west farmers have benefited in past el nino years.they say when the system has extended into the growing season, there's been above average yields for corn and soybeaea 70-percent of the time.the current el nino has brought a mix of weather conditions to california.there's been heavy rains in the southern part of the state, and lots of snowfall in the mountain areas. in iowa city -- ththcall is going out for new street-side food vendors.six -- three-year permits will be given out -- allowing vendors to sell food from carts in the ped mall and on portions of iowa avenue. ght now -- fiveveendors have active permits -- but they expire this spring.the city wants to hear from vendors who want to sell food during the day -- instead of nights and weekends.applications are due by february y rst. today in marion, there's a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of ramsey's wine bistro.last august ramsey's began
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4-thirty ribbon cutting wiwi be followow by wine tasting from 5-to-7. there's no cost for the event and the public is invited to stop by. good morning, it's onhis morning, we'll have a look at some of today's top stories, right after this. cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at
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the nation was focused on the u-s capitol, as president barack obama gave his 7-th and final state of the union address last night. night.but instead of focusing a long list of things to do in his final year -- the president told the country he's looking beyond that. that. "i don't want to talk just about the next year. i want to focus on the next five years, ten yearar and beyond. " " but it also involved looking back at his last seven.the president said the u-s is in the longesesstreak of private sector job creation in history -- and he championed the iran nuclear deal and climate change agreement made in paris last month.he also laid out a few bi-rtisan agreements he thinks should get done -- like criminal justice reform and preventing prescription drug
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was disappointed over the utrained relatilns between the two parties. "it's one of the few regrets of my presidency - that the rancor and suspicion between the parties has gotten worse instead of better." better."tomorrow -- the president will visit omaha and baton roroe -- two cities that have seen a dip in the unemployment rate in recent years. directly after that, south carolina governor nikki haley delivered the republican response, offering a very different perspective. perspective. "many americans are still feeling the squeeze of an economy too weak to raise income levels, we're feeling a crushing national debt, a health care plan that's made insurance e ss affordable and doctors less available. and chaotic unrest in many of our cities. even worse, we are facing the most dangerous terrorist threat this nation has seen since september 11th. and this president appears unwilling or unable to deal with it." it." governor haley went on to say
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how the nation treats immigrants, a stark contrast of some of the g-o-p's leading presidential candidates. in a new poll from the des moines gister releasededust hours ago, ago,texas senator ted cruz has retained his lead in iowa, but just barely.cruz has a three point lead in the hawkeye state over donald trump.marco rubio is in third place. but a new cbs-new york times national poll shows donald trump with a commanding lead, just a few weeks out from the iowa caucuses.he's leading with 36-percent support. compare that to ted cruz, who is at 19-percent support.marco rubio is third, and is the only other candidate with uble digit support. that same new cbs poll released yesterday shows s hillararclinton's lead shrinkinin shrinking.the national poll has clinton receiving 48- percent support by democratic primary voters.vermont senator berniesanders is now at 41- percent.that's ten percentage points higher than lasasmonth. clinton made several campaign stops in iowa on tuesday, with one of her pitches in dubuque. she told voters how she would
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while also improving the affordable care act.clintonon also turned her attention to senator sanders who has talked a lot about policies he would implement -- without talking about the details of how he would afford them. my friend senator r sanders has said he will lay out his tax plan before the caucus. well i hope he hurries up because you deserve to see the comparison side by side and a lot of what he's talked about in his campaign would b bvery expensive she says estimates show senator sanders' plan would cost 18 to 20 trillion dollars over ten years and would increase the federal budget by 40-percent. to see my full one-on-one interview will hillary clinton, tune in to iowa in focus this weekend.you can watch it on sunday morning right here on cbs 2 at 10-thirty.or on our sister station fox 2 2 at 9-thirty. new this morning, morning,south korean media are reporting north korea sent a drone across the border. border.that prompted the south to fire warning shots.after the shots were fired, the military s sd the unidentified
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between the two koreas have been on the rise since the north allegedly conducted a nuclear test last week.the south has been urging the chinese, north korea's strongest ally, to help difuse the situation. an update to a story we brought you earlier in the show, u-s military officials are now confirming that 40 navy soldiers have beenen releleed by iran.navy officials say the two small vessels were on their way from kuwait to bahrain, when their navigational system suffered mechanical problems.the officials say there are no indications that the e sailors were harmed. back in eastern iowa -- a cedar falls man is behind bars this morning -- accused of robbing a bank. bank.last night -- 26-year-old jon ellingson was arrested just a half mile from the scene of t t crime.police tell cbs 2 news he handed a teller a note demanding money. money.it happened tuesday afternoon at first national bank on whitetail drive in cedar falls.his face was covered -- but authorities tell us the suspepe ran from the bank into the thunder ridge shopping center where he changed clothes.ellingson is
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robbercharges. a fairfield man is now charged with vehicular homicide for a crash in washington county. according to the washington evening journal, it happened last july on highway 218 near ainsworth. ainsworth.the iowa state patrol says a vehicle driven by jorge noivo went out of control, crossed the median and slammed into a vehicle driven by wendy littrell.she was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. authorities say noivo was unk at the time of t t crash. iowa state university is working on a pair of new celebrations to replace the tradition . .binge drinking -- damaging riots and serious injuries foed universisi officials to cancel t t week-long event. university president steven leath now says one new feature will be selling cherry pies on valentines day.a separate celebration of arts will happen in april.the student government will lead the planning efforts. for the cedar rapids community school district, district,overcoming learning barriers for all students in the classroom is a constant conversion. conversation.last nigh--
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the african american museum. the point of the meeting was to get more community involvement to help underrepresented minorities and students in poverty.the district says that as stake-holders break down barriers -- those students benefit. "it's important to start talking about the funding in schools, whether we consider them inner city schools, that we look at having those sort of resources, topof the line technology." technology." on our website, we have the objectives of the equity plan laid out by the district..and what the district has already implemented. it's now on this morning. morning.when we come back, we look at the top three stories you need to know about to
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re's a look at the top three stories you need to know to start your day. day.the president gave his state of the union address last night in washington, laying out his vision for the country's future.he looked back on his last seven years in office, and also laid out a few bi-partison agreements he thinks should get done -- like criminal justice reform and preventing prescription drug abuse. u-s military officials now sasa 10 n ny soldiers have been released by iran.navy officials say the two small vessels were on their way from kuwait to bahrain, when their navigational system suffered mechanical problems.the officials say there are no indications that the sailors were harmed. new numbers are out in the presidential race this morning from the state of iowa.a poll from t des moines register says texas senator ted cruz has retained his lead in iowa, but just barely.cruz has a three point lead in the hawkeye state over donald trump.marco rubio is in third
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thanks justin.we'll see you in two minutes...on fox 28 morning live. live.
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