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cbs 2 news ten at ten."some people are just evil i guess." five simple steps you can take to keep your tax information from falling into the hands of thieves. thieves.plus...proud to finally be an american."this country has given me a lot." what made this cedar rapids ceremony special for so many. many.and...turning rays of
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felt that this was the right thing to do."the extra distance one local company is the sun. sun.now, the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather forecast in the first ten minutes. this is cbs 2 news 10 at 10. happening right now, eastern iowa is bracing for another blast of artic air.cbs 2 chief meteorologist terry swails has been tracking the system all week and he joins us now with
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cbs 2 news ten at ten corridor's top stories. stories.it's a new beginning for dozens of immigrants here in the corridor.the national czech and slovak museum and library today hosted its first naturalization ceremony in more than 20 years. years.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller was on hand for the event... event...and she's live right now in cedar rapids where the group of new citizens say the american dream is still alive, dora? there's so much history already in this building... earlier more history was made as 80 men and women raised their hand to say 'yes, i want to be an american'...and scott as you said, that dream is still alive. alive. nats from speechproud to be an american...they each stand to introduce themselves as new, naturalized citizens.among them -- omer iqbal "i was a citizen of pakistan." who's waited a long time to hear these words...nats of oath
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this point, obviously i've been waiting for this day for the last 13 years."he says of all his accomplishments "i'm a physician here this is the biggest one. one."this country has given me a lot and i think now it's time coming that i have to give this country back."nats of singing?iqbal raised his hand with 80 other citizens...promising to defend and love this country because now it's their own. own."i have a dream because united states is my dream."and while some have already taken steps to live out their dream...others are eager to start working on theirs. theirs."right now, i'm a student. i want to join the college and i hope to find good chance to work and to build my life." life.""i think as long as you're right and you're doing the right things in this country you can ask anything." so take it from a new american...citizenship is nothing to take lightly. lightly."nobody would like to
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the things you can get here and the things you can practice here." here.""i'm happy to be an american and i'm feeling so happy." the museum says they hope to open the ceremony to the public in the future.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, dora miller cbs 2 news, ten at 10. dora thanks.among today's naturalized citizens were a number of individuals who came to america from volatile countries. countries.they include countries such as burma, somalia, sudan and syria.we should point out, that everyone who was sworn in today had already lived in the u-s for at least five years. and in some cases, much longer than that. new tonight at 10 - cbs 2 is following developing story on cedar rapids' southwest side. side.three men are now behind bars after a home invasion ended in a stabbing. stabbing.this all happened at a home on dartmouth street. officers say the stabbing victim was taken to the
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expected to be o.k. o.k.20-year-old austin holtan and 21-year-old michael jurenic are now charegd with first degree burglary and second degree robbery.another person in the home was charged with drug possession.as of right now, no one has been charged in the stabbing. cbs 2 news is also learning new details in an attempted murder case in cedar rapids. rapids.since our news at six we've learned that an arguement over a man may have sparked a shooting. shooting.cedar rapids police were called to a home on 20th avenue southwest at about seven-30 this morning.a female victim was shot, but she is expected to be o.k. investigators believe they found the weapon used in the incident in a pond at jones park. park.tonight, 30-year-old jill sodahl of cedar rapids is charged with attempted murder. she is being held in the linn county jail. cbs 2 news is following the latest plans to close 269 walmart store world-wide. wide.the company says 154 of the impacted stores are in the
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will remain open.c-e-o doug mcmillion announced the closures this morning, saying after a company review, it made sense to close certain stores.the closure affects more than 10-thousand u-s employees. every chipotle restaurnt in iowa and the rest of the country will be shut down, at least for a few hours, next month for employee training. on feburary 8th, all employees will be talking about food safety with mangers and company officials. this comes after several outbreaks including e-coli, salmonella and norovirus were linked to the chain. the health troubles began in august and in the last three months, chipotle stock has plunged more than a third. ((nyse closing bell)) bell))cbs 2 news is tracking the latest developments on wall street.today's stocks retreat marks the worst start to a year in u.s. trading history.the dow, now below 16-
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while the nasdaq lost 126.the s and p five-hundred fell 41 points. while you're trying to figure your 401-k this weekend, you might also want to start thinking about your tax return. tax preparers tell cbs 2 news, they are already seeing cases of identity theft. theft.cbs 2 news reporter joy howe explains five things you can do right now to make filing smoother. smoother. it's tax time - or as office leader denny fitz at the marion h&r block calls it: refund season 13.15.05.09denny says tax time doesn't need to be stressful - and has some easy tips to make sure this year, everything goes smoothly. number one - beware of increased fraud. why? who knows. some people are just evil i guess! 13.15.33.11he says nationwide, about 3 million people are being subjected to tax fraud, and if someone steals your identity, it'll cause *you headaches with the i-r-s. they don't accept your return, that's how we often find that out or 13.15.51.00 someone used a different wife. we had a guy come in and say 'i'm not married to this person.' 13.15.56.18 so denny says, a quick fix is *number two file
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to the punch - and change passwords on your computer often, and make them *tough. 13.17.39 just protect your own data, you know? as much as we hate changing passwords and making them long and unintelligible and we can't remember them, but yeah, use the password and change it. 13.17.49.05 **tip number three: be prepared for insurance form changes:you may have another tax document in your hand, and it's just to prove that you have your insurance. 13.19.28.09 you'll need your w2 *and most likely a 1095a to prove you have insurance. if you don't, be prepared for a penalty. denny says the average family of four without health insurance, could pay a fine of 2-thousand dollars. the incentives could be a little bit more, they've ramped that up each year 13.19.43.26 tip number four: get the most out of student loans, by getting a second look. maybe it's best for the student to file, maybe it's better if mom and dad do. 13.21.17 there's about 3 ways we can take education credits and it just depends on your situation. 13.21.23.06 so the best thing to do is to run it by someone and say 'ok, what if i do this, what if i do that'and finally, tip five, you aren't guaranteed a refund, but there are some things you can do - like changing the amount taken out of your paycheck, to increase that refund next year. 13.23.06.29 we at least make sure that you're looking at everything you have, and whether it will help your tax situation. 13.23.16.09 there are several forms that will help speed up the process, so take a look online before you head in, to get your now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other
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social studies standards will soon be changing for school districts across the corridior. the state department of education says a team will begin writing the new standards january 21st. officials believe social studies standards have room for growth, and are not on par with other core subjects like math and reading.the public will get a chance to review the plans after they are drafted. in cedar rapids, a new leader will soon be in charge of newbo city market. the organization has selected scott kruger to be its new executive director. director.kruger, a jefferson high and u-i graduate, has spent many years fundraising and managing other local nonprofits like k-c-c-k radio and the university of iowa law foundation.he'll get started at newbo later this month. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minutes. minutes.still to come...stoppin g the unstoppable. unstoppable.why some say
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monday on cbs 2 this morning.even the savviest internet users can fall victim to internet theives looking to steal their identity. identity.on monday tips on how
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to you. coming up on c-b-s two news... news...the iowa hawkeyes look to take down the wisconsin badgers on the mat...why they aren't overlooking the team this year. year. in tonight's she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done.
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she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. who's the rebel now? no way. yes way! savor an egg mcmuffin any time you like. a fresh cracked egg, melty cheese, canadian bacon and an english muffin with real butter. mcdonald's all day breakfast menu. yeah! it's time to start breaking some rules. announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor
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for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible
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2016 coverage, coverage,polls in iowa show a tight race between former front runner hillary clinton and vermont senator bernie sanders. sanders.tonight former president bill clinton was campainging for his wife in coralville.clinton says hillary is the best candidate to end the gridlock in washington.pop star demi lovato is scheduled to make an appearance with clinton in iowa city next week. republican presidential candidates are back on the campaing trail after last night's debate in south carolina.once again, the g-o-p front-runner is holding on to a strong lead despite many controversial statements.
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reporter jeff barnd takes a closer look at the donald trump phenomenon. phenomenon. for months nowa& he has spoken his mind."im gonna build a wall"*always* controversial"mexicans rapists" with the iowa caucus just 2 weeks awaya& gop front-runner donald trump is *still*a& maintaining his g-o-p lead in most political polls. with thursday's debate under his belta& and no damage done in his performancea& political analysts admit the trump bubble will *not* be bursting anytime soona&" pundits are doing their job based on history. one would think that trump would not have endured as long as he has""i don't think we were wrong about donald trump. i think we were wrong about donald trump voters.""but at the end of the day he's speaking to voters that no one else is speaking to." experts lay-out two main scenerios that could *still hurt trumpa& one isa& as the republican field of candidates shrink, the large number of undecided voters will gravitate to the *other* gop
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playing field. *or* the *scores* of trump voters turning out in droves to his ralliesa& will stay home on election day.'they might turn out in droves they might nota& i think that's what we're all waiting to see. it's the million dollar question:" *clearly* savvy in the debate arenaa&in thursday's debate against formidable opponent senator ted cruz , cruz *questioned* trump's home town of nyc.. and it's *values* for being too progressive. a somber trump was readya& citing 9/11." we rebuilt downtown manhatten and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved ny and loved new yorkers. and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made." experts say donald trump has survived every gaffe that *would've* brought down other candidates.rosie o'donnel"his ability to say what he it's high school hoops friday night...
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mississippi valley conference clash of the titans... stay
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supposed to be a battle of future hawkeyes... iowa city west's connor mccaffery dueling with linn-mar's jordan bohannon... but instead... fran's son is out with a concussion... still... there
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both of these mississippi valley teams are ranked in the top ten... and the fans came out to see a show... second half... linn-mar leading and looking to add on... jordan bohannon... oh my goodness... shakes the defender and drills the three... but west got it humming quickly... good halfcourt set here and a layup for nate barnes... and the kids kept coming... in transition... fasten your seatbelt... wali parks thows it down... a violent dunk... trojans get a big win, 77-71... iowa city lost to the trojans last week... they laced it up at xavier tonight... second quarter... little hawks up seven... and now they're up ten... nile ringen shows off the stroke... and shuts up the crowd... the saints can shoot it though.... matt mims drives and kicks to mitchell burger... and he's silky smooth in the corner... then at the end of the half... mims gets into the lane and gets the floater to fall... that cut the city lead to nine... and xavier all the way back in the fourth... they win, 59- 52...
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ten mount vernon tonight...and the mustangs -- roaring out of the gate -- opening seconds of the game -- jackie murray... sometimes it's just your day... she gets the two to go... and more horsepower from the mustangs - murray to kaitlyn volesky down low -- mount vernon wins 62-46 tom brands and iowa wrestling have dominated wisconsin over the years... winning 36 of the last 37 meetings... but if you believe what the hawkeyes said earlier this week... they won't be overlooking the badgers... so iowa puts their number-two ranking to the test in madison... up first... nathan burak at 197 pounds... he gets a hold of the leg there... he racked up points for three periods... burak wins a major decision, 20-7... now to thomas gilman at 125... he continued to dominate... he gets a takedown there... gilman wins by tech fall... and then the premier match of the night... cory clark and ryan taylor...clark gets his
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takedown... and he wins 7-3... and iowa wins big in madison, 31 to 3... in d-3 wrestling... coe rolled out the mats for a dual with augustana tonight... and the kohawks never flinched in this one... at 133 pounds... mike gussarson with the vicious takedown... plus injury points... gussarson gets coe on the board with a 7-zip win... then at 141... cedar rapids native and washington alum trey schuler picks up three points with a near fall... he wins easily... coe wins big, 32-6... u-n-i wrestling hung with the number 12 team in the country tonight... but the panthers fall just short... virginia tech wins... 19-15 is the final tally from blacksburg...
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one last look at thanks for watching your cbs 2
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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