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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. i'm bernie sandede and i approve this message. the butterburger is made of just three cuts of fresh midwest beef. nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and the plate. no fillers; that's it. all prized cuts, all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts oj beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear r em, and that seals in the juices of the burger. it doesn't get any better than that. and that's the culver's butterburger. welcome to delicious! right now on cbs 2 news ten at ten.connecting the dots.why instigators y a bomb threat at a local high schoho is similar to threats made in
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states.plus...ready for round two."the capacity of the high school right now is 1080 students, we have 1120"the message another school district has for voters ahead of a second bond referendum. referendum.and...finding a cure."the potential to make prlgress is greater than i've ever seen. " they m msion to treat cancer and how iowa is at the forefront of the fight. fight.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 - one local school district hopes voters will approve millions of dollars in improvements. the college community schoo district says it needs 49-and a half-million dollars for those improvements. improvements.you'll recall a similar measure last year failed by just a handful of votes.so this time, school leaders are trying to do a better job showing parents why y the extra funding is needed. needed.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller milleris live in cedar rapids
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just a couple of hours ago, parents were wandering these halls to see exactly what their vote would mean.they got a firsthand look at why the dirict is asking for millions -- and tonight, so did we. we. there's morereo prairie high school than what meets the eyea&sot 19:19:59 "this is one of the two parts that are one of the ugliest eye sore parts of the building." cosmetically, officials say the school is well overdue for a makeover.19:22:47 "these are the practice rooms that kids come up and use."more importantly, safety and the quality of education are on the top of the list.that's what superintendent john says a 49 million dollar bond would go toward.john 19:12:26 "we have aging hvac systems and other units in our building. the high school, crest, view and heights elementary all were built between the late 50s and early 70s."voters - primarily parents - who stand behind the bond say the growth in the district is obvious.in fact, recent trends show that students will outgrow the school if nothing's done.john
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high school righthtis 1080 students, we have 1120 in the high school today, we're using every classroom so we have nothing to grow into." 19:18:59 "while it looks like a large room, you have to imagine this is the classroom, that's the lab."19:21:37 "because of the size, for a school our size this is a small choir room that's why we had split it into three different choirs."the addition of 13 classrooms, new science labs, bebeer locker rooms and extra parking spaces sounds pretty good to those asked to cast their vote.sarah 19:32:38 "the growth in the district affects us and my daughter, she's gonna be coming up to the middle schools and high schools." voting will be on february 2 at your normal polling placesa&absentee ballots are so available.if everyththg goes to plan, school officials say the parking lot would be the first project.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, dora
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cbs 2 news ten at ten has new information tonight as we continue to track thongoing water crisis in flint, michigan. michigan.governor rick snyder's office released more than 270-pages of his emails related to the problem. problem.in 20-14, flint's water became tainted with lead
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- in an effort to save money-- switched the city's water source from detroit to the flint river.now many in michigan want the governor to resign sayiyi the state's s ow response to the contamination could even be criminal. the problems in flint have many asking questions about & water treatment in eastern iowa.every day y about 35- million gallons of water pass through the city's two water treatment plants.much of the infrastructure was upgraded after the floods of '08. managers t tl cbs 2 2 ws, the water in cedar rapids, goes through a six-step filtration process to remove sediment and harmful bacteria.it is also tested weekly fofocontamamants like lead. in terms of our water source we've been using the same water supply for a lot of years and one of the issues that other communities may face in terms of contaminates in their water is that change of their source water and
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have to go through that. baloch says that cedar rapids is lucky to get its water from a shallow aquifer that has good water quality from the start. right now, the debate over the e syrian refugee crisis continues tonight. tonight.senate democrats blocked a republican bill to curb the flow of those displaced from their homes - into the u-s u-sthe goal of the bill was to prevent possible terrorists from slipping into the country. it failed to pick up the 60- votes needed to advance. president obama warned he would veto the bill if it made it to his desk. all three democratic presidential candidates will be in des moines for a special, televised town hall next week.c-n-n will air the event from eight to 10, monday night, one week before the iowa caucuses. caucuses.you can watch it live on our website cbs 2 iowa dot com. iowaas been "first in the nation" to vote since 1972.cbs 2 news reporter kevin barry explains what the state
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are already doing to preserve iowa's first-in-the-nation status for future elections. elections. around the 1970's -- the iowa caucuses became what they are today -- drawing presidential candidates to small midwestern wns.since then -- a lot about the presidential process has changed -- and to keep up -- so are the caucuses. caucuses. iowa's caucuses are known for the unique atmosphere they create -- with voters standing next to their c cworkers and neighbors -- making their case for one candidate over another. another.but getting that experience relies on being able to make it to a caucus location in person...until now. now.telecaucus - outside state - military or ucava - abroad/diplomats/peace corps sataile - hostpial worker - manufacturing plant - cant'
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child care at caucus locations now will make it easier for parents with all kinds of family responsibilitie s to take part.partnership with microsoft t going to streamline the process to report results from each county across the state. state.while iowa fights to stay first in the nation -- it also inadvertently got help on the republican side when g-o-p jeff kaufmann had to cancel the straw poll when there wasn't enough interest from candidates. candidates.we had a lot of states saying that we went first twice. a lot of states said, you know iowa, you're going twice, but do you need to go first twice? that strengthens my hand when i'm talking to the other states. states.you can see all the stories we've done leading up to tomorrow's town hall discussion on our website at cbs 2 iowa dot com -- they're
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barry, cbs 2 news. that town hall kevin referred to airs right here on cbs 2 tomorrow night at six. "your voice, your fure - the iowa impact" will take place in iowa city.we'll be discussing the role iowa and its caucuses play in the process to nominate presidential candidates for both parties -- and what role they will play in the future. future.our panel will include both the iowa republican and democratic party *chairs, along with other political experts.we hope you'll watch, or attend, tomorrow night at 6. right now at the university of iowa, president bruce harreld is planning hihiown town hall. harreld wants to gather input from the community as he prepares to begin his first full semester on the job.the townhall will be held inside the pomerantz center at four o'clock on february 23rd. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. developing tonight - iowa city police are now looking into
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west high school and similar threats made in other states. the school was evacuated yesterday morning after someone called in the threat. school officials told investigators the caller's's voice sounded robotic-like. investigators searched the building but found nothing. similar calls were recieved seven other states. in hiawath the wa innovation learning center is closing ititdoors. better known as the cedar rapids science station, the organization has been teaching science to children since 19-85.the once popular destination for schools, was devastated by the floods of '08. managers at the learning center tell cbs 2 news, its summer camp programs will now be run by imagination@iowa.the non-profit organization teaches kids about science, technology, engineering, arts and math. for the first time in 60-years a north liberty resident residentwill help run johnson county.lisgreen-ouglass won last night's special election to fill a vacant seat on the board of supervisors. supervisors.the vote was held
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terrence neuzil resigned from the board in december.douglass- green's term expires at t t end of the year. several storefronts in marion are sitting empty tonight and that raising coerns about the vitality othe uptown area. area.ththcity's main street director says there *is a lot of activity happening right now, despite what folks are seeing on the surface. they're recruiting new business to move into the vacant spots and they plan to renovate spaces, including the uptown alleys. you can check out a business real estate showcase next month.we've put the information on our newly revamped website, cbs- two-iowa-dot-coco 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... come...the brain-stimulating techniques to help you recover from a concussion.
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tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. iowa's first in the nation caucuses brings presidential candidates all throughout the presidential cycle. cycle.we're taking a closer look at the state's role,
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next on c-b-s two news... news...the mission to find a cure for cancer and how researchers in iowa are making it happen.
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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. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. 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.
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chilly temps mean winter sports are in full-swing, but before you hit the ice - or slip on some in the parking lot - make sure you're keeping your *brain safe. medical experts say, just a small hit on the head can cause some damage, and if it happens repeatedly, it can have lasting affects on your memory and cognitive skills. there are things you can do to not only protect your brain, but repair it. if something has been damaged, it's not going to fix what's been damaged, but your brain has the ability to re-wire around that damaged portion,
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increases in memory and processing while you're here doing that training 15.00.54.16 learning r-x offers one-on-one evaluations and training for kids as young as four, and they even work with adults as old as 80, to help them with memory issues. during his state of the union address last week, president obama announced a new push to cure cancer. cancer.while world leaders discuss the fight against the disease, researchers here at the university of iowa are doing something about it as well.cbs 2 news reporter matt hammill shows us where they believe the initiative can help
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and coming up in sports sportsthe panthers -- down early to the shockers -- could u-n-i rally for a big win in
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2."cbs 2 news connects wit (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to
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hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. 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.
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you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. week, ben jacobson put on his poker face and said -- sometimes it's best to have to push all the chips to the middle of the table -- but he wasn't talking about playing texas hold em -- he was talking about taking down the shockers -- with everything on the line linelet's face it if u-n-i doesn't beat wichita state -- they're not winning the valley first half -- the offense struggled -- but not bennett koch -- matt bohannon finds him down low -- and koch -- fires up the kitchen with the nice post movethen it's wes wasphun's turn -- the former washington warrior connects from deep for 3 of his 14 points -- he also had 7 dimes and 7 boardsspeaking of threes -- bo knows em -- bohannon hits another triple -- he finished with 14 pointsbut
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first half -- and couldn't stop ron baker -- he beats the buzzer -- for 2 of his game high 21 as the panthers lose their third straight -- 74 to 55 " it's tough, it's not fun to lose games, you always want to find the answer right away, and it's not always a quick fix. we've just got to keep working and keep pushing each day and try to figure out a way to put some points on the board and get some stops." "you've got to find some things to build on. that i think is the most important thing and we've got some things in that second half in particular that we can build on and take with us as we go on the road." two things have been bothering lisa bluder lately -- number 1 turnovers -- the hawkeyes are averaging 18 of them per game in conference play -- number 2 -- second half struggles -- the quick fix for both of those -- playing in the friendly confines of carver bluder's bunch welcomed penn state to iowa citythe hawks were playing catch up from opening tip -- ally disterhoft banks it home for two of her
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breakthird quarter -- hawks still down -- chase coley -- so sauve on the baseline jay -- she finished with a team high 16but iowa couldn't stop penn state -- 4 nitty lions finished in double figures -- hawks lose 82 to 69. bill fen-lee and the cyclones took oklahoma state to overtime -- but couldn't get their first big 12 sweep of the season -- iowa state fell 79 to 76 in stillwater to the mat -- top ranked team in d-3 -- wartburg taking on cornell and this was all black and orange --at 149 -- kenny martin takes down cornell's trevor engle -- martin would win his match with a 6 to 2 decisionand the wins just kept coming -- at 1-57 -- drew wagen-hoffer gets the 4 point near fall -- wartburg won 38 nothing the final. stay with c-b-s two -terry has one last look at your forecast
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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. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa
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