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after last night's cbs 2 news town hall debate about the iowa caucuses. the developing news overnight in north korea -- where the country says an american student has been arrested. the new rules this morning that affect people trying to get into the united states. welcome to cbs two this morning... i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.
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corridor voters have a lot to think over this morning, after last night's "your voice, your future: the iowa impact" town hall event in iowa city. 2 brought together both state party chchrs and two politicacascience professors to talk about the state of the iowa caucues -- and what iowans are doing to keep them first in the nation. nation.this morning -- we take a look at why the caucuses really are unlike anything else in the united states. states. the hawkeye state has only had it's spot first in line since the 1970' before the caucuses impacted the st of the country -- the university
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they changed the way party officials acted within the state... state...the whole process has just been revolutionized since the 1970's with these party officials feeling the need to be fair and impartial umpires rather than the deciders and i think that's one of hte most striking changes in the last 50 years ij the way that we nominate -- people like democrat chair dr. dy mcguire e and jeff kaufmann -- the republican party chair -- are extremely careful not to favor one candidate over another -- so they don't get in the way of the huge amount of campainging that each candidate will do -- answering as many questions from as many voters as possible. possible.that personal experience is really importan to the candidates as well becuase it gives them an idea both how voters think about a variety ofofissue but it also proves their political skills. both parties say it makes the candidates better for the later states -- and identifies the ones who don't perform as well.the process also changes
6:03 am you're in it. it.who take art the iowans who take part in it. you' standing up in ont of people that you'd known your entire life saying why you're up in front of this person knowing you're going to make a few people mad. once people have done it once, there are a lot of people who are hooked. hooked..there's a little check box you can do if you're interested in started his career, because he checked a box at a caucus and
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we've already told you about the new football coach in the n-f-l breaking barriers. barriers.kathryn smith made pro football history, when she was named the first female to be a full-time coach in the league. league.elaine quijani has more details on this historic hire. (package script)(nats bills/jets or bills/redskins) (narr 1) historically, the n-f-l coaching ranks have been one of the biggest boys club's on the block -- but the buffalo bills are changing that. (nats bills/jets or bills/redskins) (narr 2) late wednesday, the bills announced that they had promoted kathryn smith to quality control special teams coach, making her the first *full-time* female assistant coach in the nfl. (narr 3) (gfx in) the
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been around front offices for years. she began her nfl career as an intern with the new york jets in 2003. four years later, smith was promoted to player personnel assistant -- and in 2014, was named assistant to then head coach rex ryan. (gfx out)(narr 4) smith followed rex ryan to buffalo - after he took the head coaching job with the bills last year. ryan said he consulted with arizona cardinals head coach bruce arians -- whose team made history themselves this past july. (sot bruce arians - july 28, 2015) "i'm very very excited to have coach jen welter join our staffa&" (nats jen welter first practice arizona) (narr 5) the cardinals hired jen welter as a linebackers coaching intern for the team's training camp and preseason -- the first woman to hold a coaching position in nfl. (sot jen welter presser - july 2015) "i could have not dreamed big enough to imagine that this day would ever come. now it sets the stage where it could be a dream for other girls growing up."elaine on set tagsmith wasn't made available to the
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says she *may* talk to reporters about her *new* role sometime after the super bowl. elaine quijano, cbs news, new york. in her new job as quality control coach, smith will be responsible for gathering video, and statistical analysis on upcoming opponents.
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ when patients are first diagnosed with prostate cancer, many imagine fficult and time cocouming radiation treatments. treatments.but that's not the case anymore thanks to new technology that's giving patients hope. hope.
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had gotten a physical every year since i was 30 years old. jeff metcalf was surprised to get a call from his doctor... 24:11 he said your psa is 8 23:45 psa, i had no idea what that was, i thought a public service announcement.but the reity was prostate cancer... 27:40 my doctor said well, i think you have at the most 2 years.he started working with doctor jonathan tward at the huntsman cancer institute... 20:42 you actually have a tumor right there.where new developments in prostate cancer research has turned 2 years... into no evidence of cancer many years later18:11 i can say today if you try to find cancer in jeff's body, you can't find it tward says prostate cancer treatment has improved dramatically in the last decade...9:30 this is one of the machines we use to destroy tumors here at huntsman 9;34a patient lies on this fitted table...14:35 nats whirring of machine10:01 the high energy x rays can kill the dna in the cancer cells this complex machine... is eradicating cancer without the invasive procedures...1:57 we've gone
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endure 9 weeks of once daily radiation therapy, to as few as 5 treatments 5:22 none of our patients have to be in pain.for patients like jeff... this is welcome news...33:53 if you're going to have prostate cancer, this is the time to have it. because the research is fantastic. in salt lake city, utah - mark kabell reporting. the dodoor says p-s-a screening can pick up cancer in someone more than a decade before they actually feel a problem.but there is a high risk of false positives with early screening. screening.if you're concerned, you should contact your local health care provider.and for more information you can go to huntsman-cancer-dot-org. it's right now it's degrees in just ahead...the latest developments about a waterloo man accused of stealing from a church
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mariaharey is e.gaged to her billionaire boyfriend james packer! packer!at least thats what several news outlets are reporting!the word is that he popp the question in new@ yorkity last night.i checked her twitter and facebook but she hasn't said anything yet. in other engagement news, miley cyrus and liam hemsworth are apparently engaged ain!miley tweeted out picture where she's wearing her engagement
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addressed the rumors. it's right now it's degrees in we're tracking the latest witner weather to blow through the united states.see the hardest hit areas next.
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but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. 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.y.
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let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate re in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. right now on cbs 2 this morning...we're tracking the
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supposed to get huge amounts of snow in the next few hours. the new details about when a violent action thriller suddenly came to life for people in one movie theater. the latest information aboutthe group holding federal land in oregon and what it will take to remove them welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.
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right now -- five states on the eastern part of the country and washington, d-c are under a state of emergency because of an impending because of an impending snow storm.
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parts of east texas to new york city..the national weather service says it has the potential to cause up to a billion dollars in damage.the federal government is closing up shop in the nation's capitol, as are most schools. experts believe they could dump about two feet of snow in some parts of the mid- atlantic, and say el nino is partially to blame for fueling the storm. the storm has lead airlines to start canceling flight tracker flight-aware dot-com says more than four- thousand friday and saturday trips have already been scrapped.american airlines said it was canceling all flights today in charlotte and tomorrow in washington and baltimororunited airlines said it would suspend flights in the region starting this afternoon. luckily, we didnt see that storm pass through here in the midwest. justin has been telling us, we're getting some relief from the bitter cold temps we've been seeing the we've been seeing the past few weeks. but as cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson explains, that doesn't mean winter is
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yet. that's right guys, it might feel just a little bit warmer out today, but there's still ice on the ground and that's because it's still below freezing. freezing.and since there is snow and ice still out on the ground, it can be very ground, it can out on the ground, it can be very dangerous. especially for people who work outside on their feet everyday. one corridor mail carrier tells cbs 2 newswse's slipped on the ice while delivering mail, but he appreciates homeowners clearing a path to their mailbox.the city of cedar rapids has sent out morere thenen00 letters in the last month because of complaints that some sidewalks are not* clear. "residents are responsible for clearing the sidewalks, it's not the city's responsibility.""...when it gets real cold like it had been the salt doesn't do whole lot because of the temperature, throw some sand down--anything you can do to help, we appreciate it." it."meowners have 4 4hours after a snowstorm to clear the snow and ice or else they
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homeowners will also be responsible e someone falls because of icy conditions in front of their home. home.covering the corridor in cedar rapids ... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanienew details this morning.. mornrng..the u-s military has found human remains at the site of a f-16 fighter jet crash in northwest arizona. arizona.a student pilot from taiwan was flying the jet, and had been part of a training program at an air force base the past six months.the base is a major pilot-training center for the u-s air force and foreign pilot was part of the taiwanese air force. this mornini the marine corps is now saying the 12 marines who were in two helicopters that crashed off the hawaii coast, are considered dead.the search for the missing marines started a little over a week ago, when a civilian reported seeing a fireball in the sky. the marines were from various states, and ranged in age from 21-to 41. new this morning, morning,a woman in washington stste was shot in a movie
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happened during a showing of the new film, "13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi." police say the shooter later turned himself in, telling them he had dropped his gun, and that the shooting was accidental.the woman was rushed to the hospital -- and has been upgraded from critical to stable condition. a former policefficer in oklahoma has been sentenced to 263 years in prison. prison.daniel holtz-claw was convicted of raping ans sexually victimizing women in low-income neighborhood's in oklahoma city.prosecutors say he targeted black women while on patrol.defense attorneys say he will appeal the decision. also in oklahoma, the f-b-i is now investigating a bank robbery that ended with the bank's president shot and robbery suspect is later died in a shoot-out with police.authorities say it all started when a gunman dressed as a woman went into a bank, and shot the bank's president and a teller.a second person with the suspect was also shot and taken to the's unclear if that person was an accomplice or a hostage,
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gunned down on duty will be laid to rest.funeral services have been set for officer thomas cottrell.his body was found late sunday near the police station in danville, ohio.the suspect, herschel jones the third, had told his girlfriend he was looking to kill an officer. he's now in custody and expected to face murder charges.cottrell's funeral will call for a color guard, bag-pipes and a large police escort. new developments in the case of a former special agagt in iowa, who claimsmse was fired out of revenge. revenge.the iowa supreme court started hearing arguments for larry hedlund's wrongful termination lawsuit. lawsuit.hedlund was allegedly fired when he complained that a trooper driving governor branstad was caught speeding in 20-13 and never ticketed. the truck was clocked going nearly 90-miles-per hour on highway 20.the iowa department of public safety denies the retaliation, saying hedlund was fired because he was insubordinate. a former waterloo man is now in jail jailafter he's accused of burglarizing a waterloo church.
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in kansas city, kansas in november and booked into the black hawk county jail yesterday. may 20-14, culpepper and four other suspects broke into the burton avenue baptist church.this is video cbs 2 news shot after the break in.thieves stole electronics and emptied seven fire extinguishers inside the building. building.taylor gray was also identified in the church's surveillance video.lice are still looking for him this morning. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.still to come...the developing story this morning about an american college student arrested in north korea.
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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 buyuylections. my campaign is funded
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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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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... new data from the child and family policy center shows 110-thousand iowawahildren now live in poverty. poverty.on the upside -- the report found that the teen birth rate in iowa has dropped more than 42 percent. percent.and since 2000 -- deaths among children in iowa have also dropped more than 20-percent. percent.the organization uses 20 indicators to track child well-being in iowa.we've posted the entire repert to the ne^ly revamped, cbs- two-iowa-dot-com.
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rapids is still looking for your help to meet its 790- thousand dollar red kettle campaign goal.managers tell cbs 2 news, they are very thankful for all the help so far, but need a little m me than 21-thousand dollars to reach that funding goal.the campaign covers about 47-percent of the organization's annual operating bubget.donations made through january 31st will go totord the christmas goal. 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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you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate.
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get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______
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corridor voters have a lot to think over this morning, after st night's "your voice, your future: "your voice, last night's morning, after over this lot to think voters have a lot to think voters have a lot to think over this morning, after last night's "your voice, your future: the iowa impact" town hall event in iowa city. 2 brought togeer both state party chairs and two political science professors to talk about the state of the iowa caucues. caucues.part of the conversation had to do how other states have said they want to be first in the nation - but our party chairs say that comes with not only the responsibility to vet candidates, but also all the political mail and nasty ads that go with it. but wa is also the perfect size where candidates can get a lot of face time - one on one with candidates the parties say
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if started with california, or if w wstarted with new york, we'd start with about three or four candidates, that either had national name recognition or super pacs that had hureds of millions of dollars. if we really believe what we're telling our kids in a junior high government class that you can become president some day, you got to start in a place like iowa. iowa.i thinthis is a great place that whave here to dodo this, , take it very seriously, as jeff said, it's the right size, it's got the right rural versus urban, it really has very interested citizens and i think we do a very good job of it. if you couldn't see our town hall - you can relive it online hall - you can relive it onle - on our newly revamped website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. a new c-n-n/ o-r-c poll from iowa shows vermont senator bernie sanders with an eight-point lead over hillary clinton.on the g-o-p side --
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the favorite right now.he's receiving 37-percent support compared to ted cruz's 26. with 11-days to go before the iowa caucuses --- there are several polls trying to make sense of the race here in iowa that can be contradicting. for instance among the democrats, some might show hillary clinton leading, others show bernie sanders out front. front.but now here's a composite look of all the polls.these numbers are from real clear politics, and they've complied the most recent data from 8 polls considered to be the most accurate.and it shows a very close race, with clinton ahead by just over 3 percentage points. things are equally close on the republican side...the real clear politics poll average e shows donald trump leading in iowa, but by just two-point- six percent.texas senator ted cruz has seen his support steadily rise in iowa after receiving a number of key enenrsements.florida sesetor marco rubio was the only other republican candidate to poll in double digits here in iowa. on the campaign trail -- as candidates like hillmry
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over one week to make a final pushsh push. "what's wrong with being, what's wrong with being, what's wrong with being confident." confident."that's pop star demi loloto who campaigned with hillary clinton last night.the two made a stop at the i-m-u on the university of iowa campus.clinton's bringing a lot star power in the final days of the caucus campaiai.and taking a page from some of their songs too. "make sure we don't go back, we go forward with confididce, thanks you demi!" demi!"on sunday -- jamie lee curtis will campaign for clinton in central iowa.and next week -- billie jean king will rally for clinton in iowa city. ted cruz i ibringing out some conservative star power this weekend in iowa too.saturday he'll make a stop in waterloo with glenn beck.the two will hold a rally at the five sullivan brothers cocoention center.doororopen saturday night at six. carly fiorina is making
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des moines claims she pressured a group of preschoolers on field trip into a aending an anti- abortion event. happened at the greater des moines botanical garden on wednesday.the parent says fiorina used the children as props at the event.- fiorina's campaign says the kids and their teachers decided to follow her.the daycare sent an email to parents saying the presidential candidate invited them to come along -- but had no idea what the press conference was about. new thth morning, north korea is claiming it has arrested an american student. pyongyang's central news agency says they've arrested a student from a universi in virginia.the report says he entered the country as a tourist, and is accused of plotting to undermine the north's system.the u-s state department could not confirm the report. anmerican prisoner who spent more than 4 years in an anian prpron, is now back h he. home.amir heckmati was one of five americans released by iran last weekend.heckmati arrived in michigan last night. his family says he was planning to visit his
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into iranian court sentenced him to death on espionage charges in 20-12.his case was later retried, and he was given a 10-year prison sentence on a lesser charge. new visa rules are now in effect aimed at keeping terrorists out of the u-s. u-s.congress passed the provision in december after the november terror attacks in tightened the waiver program that allowed residents of 38 countries to travel to the u-s without a, anyone with dual citizenship with iran, iraq, sudan or syria cannot e eer the u-s without applying for a travel visa.that also applies to european, japanese and australian travelers who have visited those countries since 20-11. security will no doubt be tight at super bowl 50.the big game is just weeks away, and the host city is already preparing.roads have been blocked off so workers can build"super bowl city".right now they're working on a stage where several musiciansnsill playayas well as projectcts that will broadcast images and video four teams are still vying for
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50, which you can watch right here on cbs 2. 2.on sunday afternoon -- tom brady and peyton manning will meet in what could be the last playoff games between the two hall of fame quarterbacks.the patriots and the broncos kickoff at 2 right here on cbs 2. 2.andndn the late game, the cardinals and the panthers are both on a quest to win their first ever lombardi trophy. watch this on our sister station fox 28, at 5-forty. it's n n 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.
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here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. 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. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. now here's a look at the three
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friaiaa large papa of the u-s is under a state of emergency this morning, due to an impening snow storm.the storm stretches from parts of east texas to new york city..the national ather service says it has the e potential to cause up to a billion dollars in damage.experts believe it could dump about two feet of snow in some parts of the mid- atlantic. north korea is claiming it has arrested a aamericananstudent. pyongyang's central news agency says they've arrested a student from a university in virginia.the report says he entered the country as a tourist, and is accused of plotting to undermine thth north's system.the u-s state department could not confirm the report. a woman is recovering in washington state after being shot in a movie theater.police say the suspectturned mself in a few hours later, and told authorities he dropped his gun, saying it was accidental. this morning, she's been
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