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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the latest in a long list of celebrities coming to iowa for democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton. we're tracking a developing story this week about a cy-ride driver accused of hitting a student with a bus -- and then leaving the scene. the new information this morning after a st. paul police officer calls for drivers to run over black lives matter protestors. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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less than two weeks away now from the highly anticipated iowa caucuses, caucuses,democratic candidate hillary clinton is bringing another celebrity to the hawkeye state. state.demi lovato will be with clinton on multiple campaign stops today -- including in vinton and iowa city.this summer -- katy perry shared a des moines stage with clinton, just a few weeks ago -- h-b-o star lena dunham made a visit to iowa city for the campaign. this morning we're looking at new poll numbers that suggest clinton's main rival, bernie sanders, would actually out- perform her in a general election. election.the new c-n-n poll surveyed likely general election voters, it shows sanders with a double digit lead over many g-o-p candidates, like donald trump, ted cruz and marco rubio.but the same survery showed clinton in tight races with most candidates. her biggest lead is against trump, with a nine point advantage. and soon we'll begin to find out which candidates will emerge as their party's favorite's to be on the presidential ticket this november. november.it all starts here
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iowa -- where we've held the first in the nation caucuses since 19-72.i explored what the state parties are already doing to preserve iowa's first-in-the-nation status for future elections. elections. iowa's caucuses are known for the unique atmosphere they create -- with voters standing next to their co-workers 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' get off - caucus right there child care at caucus locations now will make it easier for parents with all kinds of
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take part.a partnership with microsoft is going to streamline the process to report results from each county across the state. state.while iowa fights to stay first in the fights to stay 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.the other states. cbs 2 and fox 28 will further this discussion tonight with a live town hall!"your voice, your future - the iowa impact" will take place in iowa city at 6 at public space one.
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both the iowa republican and democratic party *chairs, along with other political experts.the public is welcome to attend and ask questions.. questions..but you'll also be able to watch it live on cbs 2, and our newly re-vamped website cbs 2 iowa-dot-com. you'll be able to easily find the "watch live" link on the frontpage. doctor ben carson will resume his campaign for president today.the republican candidate took two days off to be with the family of a young volunteer - killed in a crash in western iowa.a van carrying staffers hit an ice patch on i-80 near atlantic.the van flipped and was hit by another vehicle. vehicle.25-year-old braden joplin died in the crash.two other volunteers were hurt. an update to a story cbs 2 news has been tracking since december. december.a cy-ride driver is charged in the hit and run death of 18-year-old emmalee jacobs. jacobs was from urbana and was killed december 14th while she was crossing a busy street on
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the iowa state campus.police now say 23-year-old benjamin clague was driving the campus bus that hit jacobs and left the scene. he is being held in the story county jail. iowa city police are now looking into links linksbetween a bomb threat at west high and similar threats made in other states.the school was evacuated tuesday morning after someone called in the threat.school officials told investigators the caller's voice sounded robotic. investigators searched the building and found nothing -- and similar calls were made in at least seven other states. new developments from the twin cities. cities.a saint paul police officer is now apologizing for a facebook page he made earlier this week... urging drivers to run over protesters who rallied on martin luther king junior day.sargeant jeff rothecker says he is extremely sorry and that he understands the post was insensitive and wrong.the black lives matter group was protesting the police killings of two black men last year.the department has put the officer on leave while they investigate.
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the so-called affluenza teen will be back in the united state within weeks.at least that's what etahn couch's attroneys are saying right now. the teen received probation for killing four people in a drunk-drivign crash in 20-13. couch and his mother fled to mexico in december once prosecutors looked into whether or not he violated his probation. at the university of iowa, educators are finding ways to help students better understand their finances. finances.one way is through a brand new class called money-wise: personal finance basics.the course covers things like employment benefits -- insurance -- investment opportunities -- budgeting and student loan repayment.the university's financial aid office staff say many students rely on help from their parents. sara harrington, financial literacy associate director 11:07:09 the more education that students have and the more they are taking a proactive approach to their own financial future, the better for our students. students.and it seem to be a popular topic.the class is fully booked for the semester. right now -- at the university of iowa -- president bruce harreld is planning a town
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hall meeting.harreld wants to gather input from the community while he prepares to start his first full semester on the job.the townhall will be held inside the pomerantz center at four o'clock on february 23rd. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.still to come...how you can safely battle the winter temperatures -- after a series of iowa fires all with similar causes.
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curing cancer is a new push president obama is calling for. he revealed this during his state of the union address last week. week.while world leaders discuss the fight against the disease, researchers here at the university of iowa are doing something about it as well. well.cbs 2 news reporter matt hammill shows us where they believe the initiative can help right now in iowa city. city. - " obama finding a cure for cancer. " calling it - - his moon** shot - may over- simplify shot - may over- simplify the war on cancer but researchers at the university of iowa - say it's the kind of intense focus on this horrible disease that's needed." the excitement in the field is greater than i've ever seen and the potential to make progress is greater than i've ever seen. " dr george weiner - says surgery - radiation - - and chemo-
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death ten years ago.but if the initiative means discovering how our own immune systems can fight cancer - how more research can be shared among doctors - and increase funding - it could help everyone touched by cancer - - his own parents died from the disease. disease." the precentage of cancer research grants that are funded by the federal government is in the range of 12% and on a daily basis i have outstanding researchers from our own institution with great ideas who don't have the funds to persue those ideas. " " varoom " "" just down the street - from the cancer research center - the moonshot will have music. " - " music dancing " "-" defeating pediatric cancer is something i would love to see happen not only in my lifetime but very soon. " dan colb says the president's promise defines perfect timing.the 22nd dance marathon is just two weeks away - an effort that's raised 16 - million dollars to fight for these kids and their
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this year the dance moves mean money - so the toughest cases can be treated right here. here." honestly brought evereybody that got to make that decision to tears .. and it is the next step for helping the university of iowa childrens hospital cure cancer. " " some of these advances are going to be incredibly dramatic, the more we invest in it the faster that progress is going to be. " it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...the latest information about why iowa communities aren't having the same issues with their water supply as flint, michigan.
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough."
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ energy drinks are popular, but health experts say not everyone should drink them. them.holly firfer looks at the dangers of these drinks, when children consume them. them. energy drinks - they're cheap, high-octane, and readily available in storesa& maybe
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recent study found that over 40% of all energy drink-related calls to poison control centers in the u-s were for kids under 6 - many of them suffering serious nervous system and heart symptoms.(dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) a can or a bottle of an energy drink could have as much as 500mg of caffeine which is equal to about 14 cans of soda. so way higher than you'd want a child to have. sometimes these drinks aren't labeled well, so you don't see what the ingredients can be, including the high amounts of caffeine, and a the child may think it's the same as any type of soda or juice that their parents might be ok with giving them. shu says the dangers of overconsumption for kids, and even adults varies from the minor...(dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) as simple as headaches or some shakiness or jitteriness but they could even be more serious like problems with your heart rhythym, where your heart is irregular, it beats too fast or even seizures.the risks are particularly high, she says, for kids who already take stimulant medications for things like a-d-h-d, and older kids who may mix the energy drinks with alcohol.but it's not just the caffeine and other stimulants raising concerns... the drinks are also often filled with sugar. (dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) too much of that sugar can cause weight gain as well as cavities.in general, shu says -- it's best to keep
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kids away from anything but the basics.(dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) for the most part, all of the fluid your body needs can be found in water, in milk and some 100% fruit juice. you really don't need what's marketed as sports drinks with electrolytes unless you're doing some really vigorous physical exercise.and to prevent your child from accidentally drinking an energy drink, she says.. .keep them locked up. (dr. jennifer shu, pediatrician) i encourage parents to treat energy drinks like they would any kind of drug or medicine or household chemical. keep them out of the reach of kids. you're keeping alcohol out of the reach of kids, you're also keeping cleaning supplies out - you should it's right now it's degrees in coming up...the new developments in the standoff on federal land in oregon -- and the politician who's putting her foot down. down. 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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the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... the city council in iowa city is moving forwrad with the washington street-scape project.they approved a number of *improvements to washington street between linn and clinton streets.right now, the estimated construction cost stands at five-point-one million dollars.work will begin later this year. in hiawatha -- the iowa innovation learning center is closing its doors.it's 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 2008. managers tell cbs 2 news its summer camp programs will
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be run by imagination iowa. and we'd like to remind you again about our live town hall tonight in iowa city."your voice, your future - the iowa impact" will take place at public space one at six.you can attend the event, watch it live on cbs 2, or stream it on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. com.our panel will include both the iowa republican and democratic party *chairs, along with other political experts. mamma mia! the band abba made a rare public appearance together for the opening of the new abba themed restaurant in stockholm. stockholm.the band has reportedly not been photographed together since 2008.but they all showed up for the opening of this greek tavern called mamma mia! patrons eat mediterranaean food while performers entertain them with songs inspired by the mamaa mia musical.but don't get your hopes up the band still refuses to sing together.the band hasn't performed together since 1986 and in an interview in 2015 one of the members said it's kinda good to be the
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it's right now it's degrees in still to come..the n-f-l team making history this week just weeks away from super bowl 50
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates
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americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. right now on cbs 2 this morning...we're tracking house fires across the state, started in similar ways. the new developments this
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morning while flint's mayor deals with a massive water crisis. the latest moves by lawmakers over how easy it would be for foreigners to get into the united states. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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it might be warming up slightly here in the corridor, but it's still pretty chilly out. out.some people try alternate ways to keep their homes warm. but if not done properly it can be dangerous, cbs 2 news reporter stephanie
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johnson is here for more on this story. story.guys, you're right it's cold outside and making sure that you and your family are warm is a priority but keeping them safe is more important. pkg:g:sot: jason 'jake' rabe owner/ president rabe hardware incorporated00;38;17 winter did come late this year. and people did hold off on service and furnaces and we're taking in anywhere from probably thirty to forty service calls a day and just really scrambling to keep up rabe hardware provides heating and air conditioning services. he says the safest way to heating your home for a short term period is to avoid vent-free appliances sot: 00:35:04 don't run non vented heaters i mean that's where therere a lot of safety concerns with open flame non vented heaters.so far this week three housefires have occurred. one house fire in boone county claiming the lives of a mother and her three children and two in cedar rapids. one in the northeast part of town and the other on johnson avenue. neighbor richard vanhorbeck drove past the housefire on johnson avenueneighbor: richard vanhorbeck00;54;58 i came h he when all the fire e trucksksere up there and i h h to go around to come home down a different street but there
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were a lot of activity up there. vanhorbeck is not a stranger to fires. two of his sons are fire survivors 00;56;36 my sons both had fires in their houses. and it quite tramatic. sot: justin foss- spokesperson for alliant energy01;03;53 the problem specifically with space heaters is that they use a lot of juice. according to alliant people sometimes use extension cords to heat there home and that causes problemsthey upe a lot of electricity and most extension cords aren't built to handle that amount of energy and so that extension cord could get warm and could start on fire or could cause an issue for you. if you want to keep your energy bill low and your house warm alliant energy recommends sot: 01;08;32 those insulated curtains sure can help you bet thererene of the tools another wawato seal off that window cause really what you're doing has nothing to do with light what you're doing is preventing air from coming through that window so we say open if its a bright sunny day and you want to get some of that sunshine in open that up.
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rabe hardware recommends for home owners to annually get their furnacac checked. most rnaces last for fifteen to eighteen years. both rabe hardware and alliant energy also stressed for homeowners to invest in carbon monixide detector.stephanie johnson...cbs 2 news thanks stephaniechilly 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 sa. medical experts say just a small hit on t t head can use some damagag-- and if it happens repeatedly -- it can have lasting affects on your memory and cognitive skills. but there are things you can do to *protect yoyr brain and *repair it. courtney axeline is the direreor of "learning r-x" -- a center that specializes in "brain- training" -- and she says it's important to keep your brain *active -- especially if you've ever suffered a concussion. 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, and that's where we see those increases in memory and processing while you're here doing that training
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learning r-x offers one-on-one evaluations and training for kids as young as four.they also work with adults as old as 80, to help them with memory issues. a potentially crippling storm has millions of people from the mid-atlantic to the north- east bracing themselves. themselves.blizzard watches are in effect for parts of baltimore and the d-c area.the national weatatr service says parts of kentucky, west virginia maryland and pennsylvania could get up to 2 feet of snow.today the storm will first bring heavy rain in the gulf of mexico and the southwest.this comes as a smaller storm system hit the east coast, causing slick roads and traffic headaches. new this morning morningoregon's governor is fed up with the armed group that's contitied their occucution of a national wildlife refuge for three weeks now.governor kate brown is also frustrated at the way federal authorities are handling it.she says the occupation has cost oregon taxpayers nearly a half million dollars so far.the leader of the group -- ammon bundy -- has demanded that
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michigan governor rick snyder is now asking president obama to reconsider a federal disaster declaration to deal with the water crisis in flint. flint.in 20-14, flint's water became tainted with lead after an an emergency manager - in an effort to save money-- switched the city's watat source from detroit to the flint river.the governor now says it could pose a long term threat to residents, if they aren't able to fix the issue properly.the state's lawmakers have now apapoved additional funding in the short term, which will pay for bottled water, and more water testing and monitoring. hearing about the problems in flint might have you wondering about our water here.every day about 35-millioiogallons ofof water pass through the city's two water treatment plants. much of the infrastructure was upgraded after the floods of 20-08.managersell cbs 2 news, the water in cedar rapids, goes through a six-step fifiration process to remove sediment and harmful bacteria.it is also tested weekly for contaminants like lead. in terms of our water source
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ter supply for a lototf 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 we're fortunate that we don't 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 syrian refugee crisis continues..senate democrats blocked a house-bill to curb the flow of refugees displaced from their homes into the u-s u-sthe bill was trying to keep possible terrorists from slipping into the country but couldn't pick up the 60-votes needed to advance.presidend obama warned he would veto the bill if it made it to his desk. but the obama administration will announce as early as today new visa requirements that would add new restrictions.it would keep euroan travelers out if they're dual citizens of iran -- iraq -- sudan or syria -- or who have visited any of
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those countries in the last fi years.u-s officials say the homeland security departmentntwill outline how it will phase in the new rule. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead..when a teen who fled to mexico, will be back in the united states.
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... empty store-fronts have some wondering about the vibrancy of marion's up-town district. the city's main street program says there is a lot of activity happening, despite whats seen on the surface. they're looking for new businesses to move into the vacant spots and they plan to renovate spaces.that includes the alleys where they received a grant to show pupuic art and create a space for the public to enjoy. the city's main street program is hosting a commercial real estate showcase in feburary for anyone interested in moving their business there. iowa senator chuck grassley has now set a newewrececd for most votes in congress without missing one.grassley has cast more than 75-hundred votes over 22 years, six months and six days.the last time he missed a vote was in 19-93 , because he was touring flood damage across the state. senator grassley says he's
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also proud of meeting with voters in all 99-counties, every year.that works out to more than 34-hundred meetetgs ring his time in congress. good morning, it's on this morning, and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important
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congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded
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by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. lcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______
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less than two weeks away now iowa caucuses, caucuses,democratic candidate hillary clinton is bringing another celebrity to the hawkeye state.e. state.demi lovato will be with clinton on multiple campaign stops today -- including in vinton and iowa city.this summer -- katy perry shared a des moines stage with clinton, just a few weeks ago -- h hb-o star lena dunham made a visit to iowa city for the campaign. this morning we're looking at new poll numbs that suggest clinton's main rival, bernie sanders, would acacally out- perform her in a general election. election.the new c-n-n poll surveyed likely general election voters, it shows sanders with a double digit lead over many g-o-p candidates, like donald trump,
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ted cruz and marco rubio.but the same survery showed clinton in tight races with most candidates. her biggest lead is against trump, with a nine point advantage. and soon we'll begin to find out which candidates will emerge as their party's favorites to be on the presidential ticket this november. november.it all starts here in iowa -- where we've held the first in the nation caucuses since 19-72.i explored what the state papaies are already y doing to preserve iowa's first-in-the-nation status for future elections. elections. iowa's caucuses a a known for the unique atmosphere they create -- with voters standing next to their co-workers and neighbors -- making their case for one candidate over another. another. but getting that experience relies on being able to ke t to a caucus location in person...until now. now.telecaucus - outside state - - litary or ucuca - abroad/diplomats/peace corps sataile - hostpial worker - manufacturing plant - cant'
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right get off - caucus right therechchd care at caucus locationonnow will make it easier for parents with all kinds of family responsibilities to take part. a partnership with microsoft is 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? at
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strengthens my hand when i'm talking to the other states. cbs 2 and fox @28 will further this discussion tonight with a live town hall!"your voice, your future - the iowa impact" will take place in iowa city at 6 at public space one. one.our panel will include both the iowa republican and democratic party *chairs, along with other political experts.the public is welcome to attend and ask questions.. questions..but you'll also be able to watch it live on cbs 2, and our newly re-vamped bsite cbs 2 iowa-dot-com. you'll be able to easily find the "watch live" link on the frontpage. doctor ben carson will resume his campaign for president today.the republican candidate took two days off to be with the family of a young volunteer - killed in a crash in western iowa.a van carrying staffers hit an i i patch on i-80 near atlantic.the van flipped and the van flipped and was hit by another vehicle.
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vehicle.25-year-old braden joplin died in the crash.two other volunteers were hurt. an update to a story cbs 2 news has been tracking since december. december.a cy-ride driver is charged in the hit and run death of 18-year-old emmalee jacobs. jacobsbsas from urbana a and was lled december 14th while she was crossing a busy street on the iowa state campus.police now say 23-year-old benjamin clague was driving the campus bus that hit jacobs and left the scene. he is being held in the story county jail. iowa city police are now looking into links linksbetween a bomb threat at west high and milar thats made in other states.the school was evacuauad esday morning after someone called in the threat.school officials told investigators the caller's voice sounded robotic. investigators searched the ilding and found thing -- and similar calls were made in atatleast seven other states. new developments from the twin cities. cities.a saint paul police officer is now apologizing for a facebook page he made earlier this week... urging
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who rallied on martin luther king junior day.sargeant jeff rothecker says he is extremely sorry and that he understands the post was insensitive and wrong.thf black lives matter group was protestiti the lice killings of two black men last year.the department has put the officer on leave while they investigate. the so-called affluenza teen will be backn the united state within weeks.at least that's what etahn couch's attroneys are saying right now. the teen received probation for killing four people in a drunk-drivign crash in 20-13. couch and his mother fled to mexico in december once prosecutors looked into whether or not he violated his probation. it's now on this morning. morning.right now it's degrees in when we come back, we'll take a look at the three stories you'll need to know on this morning. morning. [ scanner beeping ] sir, could you step aside? "sir"? come on. you know who i am.
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here's a look at the top three stories you u ed to knkn to art your thursday. thursday.iowa city police are
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now looking into linksbetween a bomb threat at west high and similar threats made in other states.the school was evacuated tuesday morning after someone called in the threat.investigators searched the building and found nothing -- but similar calls were made in at least seven other states. this morning a woman has broken barriers in the male- domimited wowod of football. kathryn smith is now the first full-time female member of an n-f-l coaching staff.the buffalo bills hired smith to betheir special teams quality control coach. cbs 2 and fox 28 are hosting a town hall tonight in iowa city. "your voice, your future - the iowa impact" will discuss the first in the nation iowa caucuses. caucuses.our panel will include both the iowa repupuican and democratic party *chairs, along with other political experts.the public is welcome to attend and ask questions.. questions..but you'll also be able to watch it live on cbs 2, and our newly re-vamped
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congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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