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morning...i'm kevin bbarry.
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the dust is settling this morning from the latest republican date. debate.the smallest field yet of gop candidates squared off f in the prime time debate last night in south carolina. carolina.it included the three men leading in the polls in iowa -- and it didn't take
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with just about three weeks until caucus night -- everyone took their shots. there was nothing to this birther issue. since sept. the constitution hasn't changed, but the poll numbers have and i recognize that donald is dismayed that his poll numbers are falling in iowa. iowa.in iowa, as you know ted, the last three polls i'm beating you, so you shouldn't mis represent how well you're doing. but the seven candidates didn't take jabs at each other the itre night.they all agreed anyone on stage would be bettereruited for the white house thanandemocratic front-runner hillary clinton. "no one who lied to those four families about benghazi... is qualified to be president of the united states. (clap)" (clap)"((sot bush)) she gets elected her first 100
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between the white house and the courthouse. before that -- a smaller cast ofandidates took the stage in south carolinanacarly fiorina -- mike huckabee and rick santorum tried to gain support in the undercard debate.kentucky senator rand paul was also invited -- but he refused -- saying he wouldn't be thererif he wasn't with the first tier candidates.the next round of debates will be held in des moines, just days before the iowa caucuses. d with the democratic race tightening here in iowa, former president bill clinton will make his secoco trip to eastern iowa this month. month.just last week he spoke here in cedar rapids and also in dubuque.tonight he'll campaign in support of his wife, hillary clinton, at northwest junior high in coraraille.doors open at six o'clock. democratic candidate martin o'malley remains at four-percent in the latest des moines register poll that came out yesterday.that's despite campaigning heavily in iowa.. he'll bring his message to cedar rapids and mount vernon today.he's scheduled to speak at the indian creek nature center at 10 this morning and
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the president finished a two- city tour to ll his state of the union speech from earlier in the week. week.he made two stops thursday, one in omaha, nebraska, and the other in baton rouge, louisiana.the president spoke about the economy, criminal justice reform and finding a cure for cancer, all issues he brought up in his speech on tuesday.by the way, according to nielsen data, that speech received the lowest t-v rating for a state of the union speech, the past 15 years.but the numbers do *not include those who streamed it online. in iowa -- governor terry branstad and lieutenant governor kim reynolds are trying to sell their plan for the state of iowa. iowa.cbs 2 news caught up with the lieutenant governor when she visited cedar rapids yesterday .she defended the governor's plan to increase edation spending by more than two percent.critics say that's barely half o owhat's needed.reynolds is saying that's simply all the state can afford. "with the bird flu, with the commodoties price under cost, with the impact of the epa has
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standards and the uncertainty that has caused, it took a lot of effort for us to get to 2--4 - 5, that's 145 millioio dollars of new money. money.you can see a much longer part of my interview with lieutenant governor reynolds reynoldsthis weekend on iowa in focus.that's sunday morning at 10-thirty right here on cbs 2. an update to the 10 u-s sailors detained earlier this week in iran. iran.defense secretary ash carter is now saying it appears a navigational error caused the two navy boats to stray into iranann waters.less than a day after being detained, the sailors were back with their american fleet. carter assured they were not on a covert mission, but said it remained unclear if the crew made a mistake or if their equipment was to blame. another update -- on a potential terror attack in philadelphia. philadelphia.the f-b-i says they aren't sure if a man who ambushed a police officer in his car was a part of a larger rror cell or group. group."i want to be clear, i'm not saying there is no connection to a bigger group, we are not done looking, but so far no indication that we
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sort, but that work ntinues." continues."last week -- edward archer confessed to shooting an officer -- and told investigators he had pledged his allegiance to isis.archer visited saudi arabia five years ago -- bututhe f-b-i did not say if he had been radicalized by a terror group. right now -- the officer is recovering in the hospital and archer will be in court on january 25-th. newly-released video shows another shooting involving chicago police officers -- this one in 20-13.the case involved 17- year-old cedrick chatman -- who was a suspect in a car- jacking.a federal judge lifted a protective order that barred the release.the video shows the suspect just out of view when the shots were fired -- but seconds later -- it shows an officer standing with one foot resting on chatman's body police say they fired bbause he had a dark object in his hand that later turned out to be an i-phone box. this morning the three powerball jackpot jackpotwinners have yet to reveal their identities.the lucky trio will split the 1- poinin6 billion dollar prize
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country.one from chino hills, california, one from munford, tennessee and the last from melbourne beach, florida. but the big winner in the stste of iowa has stepped forward to claim his two- million dollar prize. prize.meet byron stewart -- he bought his ticket in the western iowa town of onawa.he matched the first five numbers on wednesday's lottery drawing but missed on the powerball.he also purchased the powerplay which doubled his prize. stewart and his girlfriend say they will use the money to pay off some loans and possibly buy a house. "after the thrid one i was just like read the last two! i was just jumping up and screaming." screaming.""we got out - the car was just too small to hold all of the excitment. so we jumped out and we wererjust hugging each other and we were just the happiest couple in the world." world."six other tickets in iowa won big.three players won 50-thousand dollars and three others won 100-ttusand bucks.
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- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ lung cancer is associatededwith smoking cigarettes, but people who don't smoke can still get the deadly disease. disease.mark koelbel explains how now -- research at the huntsman cancer institute is salt lake city, utah, lungng cancer is not necessarily a death sentence. sentence. molli graham has never smoked a day in her life...26:25 i had no signs, no symptoms. so
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lung cancer in 2012... it was devastating news...29:41 lung cancer is deadly, and that was my first instinct, that i was going to die.molli transfered to huntsman ncer institute... whererehe started working with doctor wallace akerley...55:04 nats you can see the more recent scans here. who is leading research into non smoking lung cancer...6:38 these non smoking lung cancers tend to happen in younger people. and because these tients don't smoke....it's hard to tch...17:21 these people went out of their way to do the right thing and avoid cigarettes, and they still ended up with the cancer associated with tobacco 17:29 when molli was first diagnosed... she had part of her lung removed... but the e cancererpread...she was given a year to live... until doctor akerley put her on a gene mutation specific therapy31:32 i take it twice a day and it works wonders so far.it's fighng molli's cancer... and changing her life...31:35 i'm back to running, i'm active, i feel good againso good that ast september... she ran a marathon... 49:31 this is just like a marathon, it's the
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will finish it, and i will win. in salallake city, utah, mark koelbel reporting. doctor akerley says there have been seral new therapies fo non smoking lung cancer. cancer.there is a potential hereretary risk to ththe types of cancers... but more research is needed. it's stililto come... come...the latest information about a crash in cedar rapids we first told you about yesterday morning involving a cedar rapids police car. car.in your cbs 2 weather
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here's a look at some of eastern n wa's top stories -- - on thihimorning... iowa city will soon be looking for a new city manager.cbs 2 news has learned tom markus
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next city manager of lawrence, kansas.he will take over that post in two months. changes are coming to the marion hy-vee.the company is planning a massive makeover for the store that includes a 23-thousand square foot addition where the garden center is usually seseup.the -vee convenience store will also be relocated and expanded -- and the market grille -- the chain's restaurant concept will be added inside.if it's approved by the city council -- construction starts in may. now to north liberty...where a long-time bridal and formal shop is closing its doors. heart to heart will close sometime in march because the owners are retiring.until then, they're staying open until everything is gone..and they promise every bride who ordered a dress will still get their order. the three lucky winners of the powerball have yet to reveal their identities. but o guy has gone viral after faking it. it.soon aftft the numbers were announced wednesday night, erik bragg quickly posted a selfie of himself on instagram with a poweball ticket saying he'd won. on twitter he went
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to people who started following him on twitter.i actually saw this on my twitter account because people were retweeting it and following his page. i thought it seemed awfully suspicious and hihiticket was photo shopped...turns out...it was. after his picture got passed around, people started analyzing his ticket and pointing out the inaccuracies in it. it's after the break... break.k.the spots where you can find all your n-f-l
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the meeting in cedar rapids that law enforcement think can reverse increasing violence in the city of five seasons. the latest news about slick roads that caused one accident after another yesterday. the special visit some students in minnesota got after they helped encourage a local pro athlete. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.i'm kevin n morning...cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barrand m kelly d'ambrosio.
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let's s t a check of our cbs 2
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violence in the corridor sparked a police summit looking for solutions. solutions.police departments from across iowa came to the corridor thursday, to discuss ways to reduce gun violence. violenen.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson now joins us now with the details, stephanie? stephanie?kelly and kevin, there were *100 reports of
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20-15 alone. alalady this year, one child has been shot in dubuque, and just last weekend, there were three separate shootings in cedar rapids. rapids.a few ways police believe they can reduce violence is s get better cooperation from the public and enhance communication between different agencies.law enfrocement brainstormed for three hours how to best make that a reality. "i don't think k yone holds the golden nugget that's gonna solve all this, but that was one of the reason we got all these chiefs in the same room so we can discuss s at they're seeing, what they're doing." doing."the chief has said this before and still stands by it -- police can't arrest their way out of this problem...in two months, they'll meet again to go over what's working and what's not.stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie...the impact of yesterday's summit will go far beyond the corridor.police chiefs from cedar rapids, iowa city, waterloo, dubuque, davenport, ames and fayette all took part in the event.
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overseas -- three men are incustody after violence in indonesia. indonesia.police say the suspects are linked to yesterday's attacks in the capital city of jakarta. jakarta.authorities raidied the suspects home in the city. five attackers were killed. they set off bombs and got into a fire-ght with police. two civilians were killed. indonesian officials say the group of attackers was funded by isis. authorities in turkey are stepping up security in istanbul and also laununing attacks against isis along the syrian-turkish border.it's in retaliation for a suicide attack that killed 10 german tourists earlier this week.the turkish prime minister is claiming 20000extremists have been killed in the past 48 hours.so far -- no group has claimed responsibility for the attack in istanbul -- but officials from turkey say the bomber had ties to the terror group. the almost spring-like temperatures thursday are not here for good.. good..and city workers here in the corridor took it as an opportunity to clean up streets before the next freeze this weekend.
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works department says temperature swings causing freezing and then thawing are a recipe for road problems. they had crews out filling potholes.salt is only effective at 15 degrees and above, so ananher crew took advantage of the warmth and used salt to break up icy patches on roads. we don't have a winter storm right now, we have time, we can go around, we can clean up these areas just to make thinin safe for people, to make things more convenient for people peoplethey also tell cbs 2 news that you can help them by not parking on the street whenever youan. slick roads are being blamed for a pair of f crasass in the corridor thursdada thursday.including one that killed a young mother and her son in iowa county. county.sheriff rob rotter tells cbs 2 news it happened west of marengo just after seven a-m.investigators say 18-year-old bethany clark and her two year old son roran were traveling on highway 2-12 when they hit a patch of frost. the car went off the road -- crashed into a creek and burst t into flames. in cedar rapids -- the slick
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crash near edgewood road near the eastern iowa airport.cedar rapids police tell cbs 2 news an officer responond -- and then crashed too.the officer was taken to the hospital but is expected to be o-k. it didn't take long for mother nature to provide us with the first hurricane of 20-16. 20-16.the national hurricane center issued warnings for remote islands nortrtest of the african coast.alex is the frist hurricane to form in the month of january since 19-38. the atlantic hurricane season officially begins *june* first. ththhawkeye men's basketball team is off to one of their best starts to conference play in years. years.last night in east lansing -- the hawks completed a season sweep of the fourth- ranked michigan state spartans for the first time in more than 20-yearariowa jumped out in front of the spartans early -- taking a 22 point lead to the half.the 16th-ranked hawkeyes dn't look back@-- wivning 76-to-59. another round of n-f-l playoff action starts tomorrow -- and you can catch a pair of games right here on cbs 2. 2.tomorrow at 3-35 -- the
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win their 12-th straight game when they travel to foxboro t t chalalnge the reigning super bowl champion new england patriots. then on sunday -- after a wild win last weekend -- the steelers take on peyton manning and the denver broncos. kickoff for that game is at 3-forty. also on sunday, the seattle seahawks will try to work some more playoff magic, as they travel to carolina for a date with the top-seeded panthers. the game starts right after noon, you u n watch that on our sister station fox 28. kids at a minnesota elementary school got a special visit from vikings kicker blair walsh.yesterday right here on cbs 2 this morning we told you how tts first grade class sent walsh letters and sympathy cards, after he missed a would-be game winning field goal last week.the class was learning a lesson on empathy.walsh thanked the class, signed some autographs and took photos with many of
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... in jones county - camp courageous is getting ready to welcome campers for respite care weekend.the two-day retreat will take place on january 29th.the camp helps parents of kids with special needs and minimal cost thanks to medicicd and scholarships.. scholarships..if you'd like to sign up, visit our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. a popular des moines-based restaurant is no longer coming to coralville. coralville.tacopocypse, which offers a fusion of mexican and asian cuisinene wanted to open a location on the iowa river landing.but a number of factors, including an a-d-a lawsuit, have sank those plans.the i-r-l is now looking for other tetents to take t tt space. there will be a rolling road closure in marion today while crews move a house.from ten to one -- the home will be moved west on 29th ave then south on 24th street.drivers arereasked to find another route while
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good morning, it's on this 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 cbs2iowa.comor connect with us on facebook - kgan cbs 2.
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breaking news right now in hawaii, the coast guard is leading a search after reports that two marine helicopters collided. authorities say personnellll arrived on scene just after midnight local time, right now its about.. the aircrafy reportedly had 6 people on board. the dust is settling this morning from the latest republican debate. debate.the smallest field yet of gop candidates squared off in the prime time debate last night in south carolina. carolina.it included the three men leading in the polls in iowa -- and it didn't take long for the sparring to begin. with just about three weeks until caucus night -- everyone took their shots. there was nothing to this birther issue. since sept. the
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but the poll numbers have and i recognize that donald is are falling in iowa. iowa.in iowa, as you know ted, the last three polls i'm beating you, so you shouldn't mis represent how well yoy're doing. but the seven candidatat but the seven candidates didn't take jabs at each other the enitre night.they all agreed anyone on stage would be better suited for the white house than democratic front-runner hillary clinton. "no one who lied to ththe four families about benghazi... is qualified to be president of the united states. (clap)" (clap)"((sot bush)) if she gets elected her first 100 days... she might be going between the white housusand the courthouse. before that -- a smaller cast of candidates took the stage in south carolina.carly fiorina -- mike huckabee and rick santorum tried to gain
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debate.kentucky senator rand paul was also invited -- but he refused -- saying he wouldn't be there if he wasn't with the first tier candidates.the next round of debates witl be held in des moines, just days before the iowawaaucuses. and with the dedecratic race tightening here in iowa, former president bill clinton will make his second trip to eastern iowa this month. month.just last week he spoke here in cedar rapids and also in dubuque.tonight he'll campaign i isupport of his wife, hillary clinton, at northwest junior high in coralville.doors open at six o'clock. democratic candidate martin o'malley remains at fourercent in the latest des moines register poll that came out yesterday.that's deseste campaigning heavily in iowa. he'll bring his message to cedar rapids and mount vernon today.he's scheduled to speak at the indian creek nature center at 10 this morning and then at cornell collegegat noon.. the president finished a two- city tour to sell his state of the union speech from earlier in the week. week.he made two stops thursday, one in omaha, nebraska, and the other in baton rouge, louisiana.the president spoke about thth economy, criminal justice reform and finding a cure for
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up in his speech on tuesday.by the way, according to nielsen data, that speech received the lowest t-v rating for a state of the union speech, in the past 15 years.but the numbers do *not include those who streamed it online. in iowa --governor terry branstad and lieutenant governor kim reynolds are trying to sell theieiplan for the state of iowa. iowa.cbs 2 news caught up with the lieutenant governor when she visited cedar rapids yesterday .she defended the governor's plato increase education spending by more than two percent.critics say thth's barely half of f at's needed.reynolds is saying that's simply all the state can afford. "with the bird flu, with the commodoties price under cost, with the impact of the epa has had on renewable fuel standards and the uncertainty that has caused, it took a lot of effort for us to get to 2--4 - 5, that's 145 million dollars of new money. money.you can see a much longer part of my interview with lieutenant governor reynolds reynoldsthis weekend on iowa in focus.that's sunday morning at 10-thirty right here on cbs 2.
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sailors detained earlrlr this week in iran. iran.defense secretary ash carter is now saying it appears a navigational error caused the two navy boats to stray into iranian waters.less than a day after being detained, the sailors were back with their american fleet. carter assured they were not on a covert mission, but said it remained unclear if the crew made a mistake or if their equipment was to blame. another update -- on a potential terror attack in philadelphia. philadelphia.the f-b-i i ys they aren't sure if a man who ambushed a police officer in his car was a part of a larger terror cell or group. group."i want to be clear, i'm not saying there is no connection to a bigger group, we are not done looking, but so far no indication that we was part of a cell of some sort, but that work continues." continues."last week -- edward archer confessed to shooting an officer -- and told investigators he had pledged his allegiance to isis.archer visited saudi arabia five years ago -- but the f-b-i did not say if he had been radicalized by a terror group. right now -- the officer is recovering in n the hospipil nd
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january 25-th. newly-released video shows another shooting involving chicago police officers -- this one in 20-13.the case involved 17- year-oldldedrick chatman -- who was a suspect in a car- jacking.a federal judge lifted a protective order that barred the release.the video shows the suspect just out of view whenenhe shots were fired -- but seconds later -- it shows an officer standing with one foot resting on chatman's body police say they fired because he had a dark object in his hand that later turned%outo be an i-phone box. this m mning the three powerball jackpot jackpotwinners have yet to reveal their identities.the lucky trio will split the 1- point-6 billion dollar prize and literally span across the country.one from chino hills, california, one from munford, tennessee and the last from melbourne beach, florida. it's now on this morning. morning.when we come back, we have the top three stories youou need to know about befefe you start your weekend.
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here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagreeee in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect.
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here's a look at the top three stories you need to know on to start your day. day.the latest roundndf g-o-p debates saw t's smallest field of candidates yet.it included the three men leading in the polls in iowa -- and it didn't take long for front- runners donald trump and ted cruz to take the gloves off. the nene roununof debates will be held in des moines, just days before the iowa caucuses. several iowa police departments came to cedar rapids to discuss how to end gun violence in our cities. during the summit, law enforcement agencies brainstormed the best ways to get better communication from the public and better communications between their agencies.they will hold another meeting in two months. and beareful out there on n the roads.he iowa city public works department says temperature swings--like the ones were seeing this week--can cause freezing and then thawing, which they call
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