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up the 2016 race for the white house. 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 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are frigid todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are gustya&- our planner features cloudy skies
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clean up efforts are in full force this morning after a devastating winter storm that crippled the east coast. died a aa result. result.snow shoveling and carbon monoxide poisioning claimed almost as many lives as car crashes this weekend. many people across that region will be facing an extended weekend, as hools and government offices are closing today to try to keep as many people off the roads as possible, that includes the federal government.in the nation's biggest city, mayor $& bill de blasio is still urging residents to stayff the ads. "it is very important to recognize there's a lot of work being done to get the city up and running for monday. we need people off the streets for their own safety. weweneed people f the streets for the safety of others. we need them off the streets so that sanitation can clear streets." streets."new york city was among the hardest hit areas, receiving more than 26 inches of snow.washington d-c saw 22 inches of snow fall.and the
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virginia saw more than 40 inches of snow! but it wasn't just snow that caused problems.in new jersey ----hundreds of people were evacuated after flooding in towns close to the shoreline. several cars were caught in the dangerously high waters and about 3-thousand people lost power.so far -- no one has died from the flood waters. one of the more tragic stories coming out from the east coast, also brings an important reminder for drivers this winter. winter.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson join now for more on this, stephanie? stephanie?guys, a new jersey mother and her young children were waing in the running car outside, unknowingly breathing in carbon monoxide. monoxide.this all hahaened because snow was stuck in the tail-pipe, forcing the exhaust to blow inside the vehicle.the mother and one of her children were killed from carbon monoxide poisioning. authorities say when there e a a major snow-fall, you should shovel out the back of the car near the exhaust pipe *first before you put the key in the ignition.cbs 2 news talked with4officials from alliant energy, who had similar
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you car in or near your garage on a cold winter morning. the symptoms are a lot like the flu except you don't get the headache. sosoco poisoning is a big issue that we see especially on the coldest days... or somebody's car who's trying to heat it. either in the garage or just outside of the garage. so maybe the tailpipe is sticking out of the garage but in reality all of those fumes are going right back in police in new jersey said it only took about fifteen nutes for the gas to kill the mother and one child.a second child who was also in the car at the time, was rushed to the hospital and was last listed in critical condition.stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie,a group of *iowa kids stranded in the storm are now home.students from dowling catholic in des moines got stuck on their way home from a school trip to washington d-c. the group was stuck in a traffic j j on the pennsylvania turnpike, where they spent nearly 24 hours just sitting still.late last
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school posted on their facebook page that the group made it home, safe and sound. cbs 2 news has the latest details on a deadly crash that tied up traffic for hours sunday on interstate 80. 80.this ivideo from o-t cameras in the east bound lanes near coral ridge mall. the iowa state patrol says three vehicles were involved, and one 54-year-old person driving an s-u-v from swisher was killed in the crash. authorities say twenty- year-old kaitlyn richards of coralville rear ended that s-u-v, which then hit the back of a semi.so far the person from swisher has not* been idenfied. we are now one week awaw ffm ththiowa caucuses, caucuses,candidates spent sunday responding to the possibility of a new candidate entering the race.former new york city mayor michael bloomberg may be considering a possible run as an independent. independent.multiple news outlets are reporting the 73-year old instructed advisers to draw up plans for a *potential campaign.they say, he's expected to make a decision sometime in march.and
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something to say about a *second billionaire joining the race. " it will tell people what i have been saying for a long time is that this country is moving away from democracy to oligarchy. billionaires are the people that are controlling our political life. that is what, what is not what in my view americaca democracy is supposed to be about a contest between billionaires. if that takes place, i'm confident we will win it." it."so far, bloomberg has not commented publicly about any of it.many repububcans are shrugging him offffsaying they'll wait to see if he actually joins the race. hillary clinton had more stars -- including actress jamie lee curtis -- take to the campaign trail this weekend in iowa, in the corridor -- she had another politician stumping with her.new jersey senator cory booker was in marion telling voters he's backing clinton not only for her personal achievements -- but for how he says she'll be able to unite amerins. "rugged individiualism is an honored tradition in our country, we value it, it's why many of us are here today but we also know that rugged
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moon"some political analysts are saying senator booker is on the short list for v-p -- if clinton wins the democratic nomination. tonight -- clinton will join her two democratic rivals -- bernie sandererand martin o'malley at a town hall forum hosted by the iowa democratic party and drake university. that's from 8 to 10 in des moines and it will be moderated by c-n-n anchor chris cuomo.this is the last time the democratic candidates will be on the same stage before the caucuses next week. week.the republican candidates will have one last debate before the caucuses.that debate is also set for r des moines, on thursday. florida senator marco rubio is spenidng more time in the hawkeye state today after picking up a big endorsement this weekend from the des moines register. registst.the paper says he is the party's best hope at taking the white house.rubio will be in des moines today for a rally with iowa senator joni ernst.this is video from sunday of rubio campaigning at the long-anch in cedada rapipi.rubio told voters
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take america to the brink of disaster. "if the next four years are like the last 7, i am not sure if we will have time to fix the problems and the damage barack obama has created for america. and that's why i'm so passionate about this election. many polls right now have senator rubio in third place -- w wl behind billionaire donald trump and ted cruz. and be sure to tune in to a iowa in focus this week for a one-on-one with a rising star in politics.wll also track last minute messages from the campaign trail.you can watch that sunday morning at 10- thirty, right here on cbs 2. it's and rit now in it's degrees. degrees.still to me...the super bowl teams are set -- see who's heading to the n-f-l's biggest game -- right here on cbs 2.
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as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote.
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isis must be destroyed, but we should not do i4 alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa& - now a live look outside courtesy of our weatheheirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are cold today all around iowaa&- the regional satellite/radar is mainly cloudy todaya&- let's move ahead in time by taking a look
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moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see cloudy conditions today- light snow is expected this evening with a trace-2" expecteda&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- tonight's forecast has us dealing with lighsnow overnight (trace-2") - tomorrow will feature blustery conditions with cloudy skies- the next three days show cold & windy weaeaer - - r 7 day forecast hasas wawaing temps by the end of
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there are just two weeks until super sunday and residents s san frfrcisco are getting a first hand look at the construction of a new city. city.roads are closed right now, as crews build super bowl city. city.annene makovec takes a look at the preparations for game. you can't build rome in a daya& but you *can build a super bowl 50 host committee -
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home of the futureresuper bowl city.))justin herman plaza is turning into a football fan's dream.((2009, 23:22 - i am totally excited about this. this is awesome.))this area will be a broadcast village for networks like cbs and espna& and over here, the with interactive video displays(2006, 15:29 - we wanthis to be an jnclusive super bowl experience for everyone in the bayayarea.))and if that includes youa&((nats of car turning))you'll want to leave your car behind. road closures began today on the southbound embarcadero and market reeta& rerouting traffic including public buses. ((paul rose, sfmta 1978, 5;25 - but we have service running throughout thcity, throughout downtown and we believe th these plans will get people where they need to go.))((ns of port-a-potty truck))s)saking of going, portable toilets are being moved into place to accommodate up to a million football fans.((nats of musician))but some of the locals say they're being fenced out.street artists are plplning to protest t t loss of their business space. ((1979, michael x trachiotias, street artist - 8:17 - we have no rights, we have no one
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no ability to stand up for ourselves.))organizers say san francisco is putting its best foot forward.((2006, 17:32 - the eyes of the world will be on the bay area and they'll be right here during that week, so it'll be incredibly exciting.))for fans, volunteers, and locals alike. ((debbie tautenhahn, fan and volunteer - 2009, 23238 - this doesn't happen every day. so just enjoy it and i think san francisco will outdo all the other cities. )) the super bowl is on february 7-th at 5:30 on cbs 2.the carolina panthers will play the denver broncos
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it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.after the break.see if iowa could sweep purdue on the season -- and continue their impressive start.
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`fb the first time iowa and purdue met this season the hawks used a huge second half fueled by their defense to win in west laffeyette for the first time in 2006 -- and it wasase-javu all over again for the hawks purdue led by 2 at the break - - but the final 20 minutes belonged to jarrod uthoff and the hawkeyestied at 35 -- uthoff dishes mike gesell - - and mikey g rattles home the threethen it's dialing long distance and connecting from jefferson hi -- hawks started the 2nd half on an 9 nothininrunand they couldn't stop running -- uthoff with the nice dime to adam woodbury -- he finished with 13 and 10
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uthoff takes it hard to rack and slams it home -- he scored 13 of his game high 22 in the second halfand the bench came up big as well -- brady ellingson, nicolas baererand dom uhl combined for 19 points as iowa beats purdue 83 to 71 -- pat moroney was at carver and explains how the second half surgue propelled the hawks to and oh in the big 10 f f the first time in 46 years. they say basketball is a game of runs... and that was certainly the case today at carver-hawkeye arena - -hen iowa turned a two-point halftime deficit into a 15-point lead... with a 23 to 6 run to start the second half... you hit two or three threes in a row... it's easy to go on a run... we have shooters everywhere on this team... you never know who's gonna get hot... everybody shooting well... anybody can go off any second... that's been really
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but winning - isn't all about scoring - today it was the defense that feuled iowa's game-changing run... i think we locked in defensively... i think in the first half we missed some assignments... we really dn't have the great energy th we usually do... we picked up the intensity on defense and really got into them... that contributed a lot to our offensive success... i think we were locked in better... it came from our defense... i think we got up and pressured more... and hat t our defense fuel our offense.....he hawkeyes defensive effort was excellent in the second half - but fran mccaffery wants more... it as good when it needed to be and we turned that into offense... 23 to 6 run... eleven threes... so that's great... but i'd like to see it be even more consistent for forty minutes... now the hawks get three full days of rest... and then it's off to maryland for a matchup with another ranked team... at carver hawkeye arena... pat moroney... fox 28 sports...
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season with 2 straight wins bluder's bunch has flown south in the standings -- dropping 4 of their last 5 games -- hawks looking to get back on track at purduewhitney jennings back in her home stateand the hawks started slow -- down 13 in the second -- christian buttenham drops in the triple -- buttenham scored a career high 14 then it's tah-nye-ah davis -- straight to the hoop -- and banks it high off the glass for two of her 14 -- iowa down only 4third quarter -- ally disterhoft -- drives baseline and gets t t hoop and the harm -- team high 21 for the west high productbut the hawks couldn't stop april wilson -- game high 24 pointntand 12 assists from her -- iowa loses their 3rd straight -- 90 to 73. on the mat -- the hawkeyes stayed perfect on the year -- beating nebraska 21 to 1 -- iowa won 7 of 10 matches d the cyclones lost their 3rd straight dual -- 38 to 3 -- to
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taking on tom brady -- in the taking on tom manning peyton state.oklahoma 38 to 3 -- t straight dual --their 3rd d cyclonon lost and the of 10 matches 11 -- iowa won 7 nebraska 21 to 11 -- iowa won 7 of 10 matches and the cyclones lost their 3rd straight dual -- 38 to 3 -- to oklahoma state.peyton manning taking on tom brady -- in the a-f-c championshipbroncos up 7 to 6 in the 2nd -- manning drops a dime to owen daniels for one of his 2 touchdowns on the day -- denver goes up 8 still up 8 8ith 17 seconds to play -- 4th and goal for new england -- and brady -- some how finds rob gronkowski in the endzone -- pats still need the two point conversion to send it into overtime -- but brady -- is picked off -- and the broncos are headed to the super bowl -- 20 to 18 the nal.bbncos get the winner of the n-f-c championship -- panthers hosting the cardinals. and this one was all carolina -- panthers already up 10 nothing in the first -- cam newton -- rips one down field -- and corey brown --- is faster than a speeding bullele
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carolina up 17 zipit would only get worse for arizona -- $ but the bright spot for the cards -- david johnson -- 128 total yards and that touchdown
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final weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the nene hoursa&-temperaturere around the areaa&- statewide
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aheada&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we light snow this eveninga&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of the week & weekend!
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the snow on the east coast has brought some really cute and fun pictures and videos online. but of all i've seen, none is ter than this. this.tian tian, a panda at d-c's national zoo is having the time of his life.the smithsonian tweeting saturday that tian tian ooke up to a lot of snow, and he was pretty
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good morning again -- it's now ght now it's degrees in coming up next...the new information this morning -- directly from the men who carried out the paris terror attacks. attacks.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
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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 a reless secretary of f ate, 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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right now on cbs 2 this morning...new gruesome video out this morning featuring th paris terror attacks. the latete information about the flint water crisis -- and the ominous email from the michigan attorney general. the corridor legislator who's digging for the most up to date information about iowa's medicaid privitization plans. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry.
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d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- part of the area is undnd a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are frigid todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are gustya&- our planner features cloudy skies this afternoona&
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an update this morning on the war on terror. terror.is-is has now released a new video they say how extremists carried out the november 13-th attacks in paris that killed 130 people. people.in the video -- they behead and shoot captives and hint at future attacks on britian.all nine men in the video died during or shortly after the attacks in paris. just hours after that video came out -- french president francois hollande is now
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state of emergency.hollande said he will not allow threats to weaken his untry's resolve against terrorism.the french president imposed the state of emergency after the november attacks -- allowing border checks -- warrantless searches and house arrests without a court order. meanwhile, u-n led pee talks that were supposed to begin day in switzerland, will now almost certainly be delayed. delayed.u-s secretary of state john kerry said he expects the talks to start within the next 72 hours.the goal of the peace talks would be a cease-fire in syria.foreign ministers from russia -- saudi arabia -- france and turkey will all be there -- along with a u-n special envoy for syria.kerry said he'd rather the talks be delalad and start off on e right foot -- than fail from the beginning. a developing story overnight, overnight,president obama is expected to announce a major initiative to clear unexploded u-s bombs -- leftover from the vietnam war.the bombs are supposed to be in laos -- which is a communitst nation right next to vietnam.the
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aircraft during the war -- but about 30 percent ofofhe bombs did not explode on impact. president obama will reportedly make his initiative official during his landmark trip to laos this fall.he's been workiki to improve u-s relations with southeast asia as a counterbalance to china. cbs 2 news has the latest details now on a strong earth-quake that struck south central alaska, causing gas leaks, house fires and power outages. outages.the quake hit early sunday morning, about 160 miles south-west of anchorage. the u-s geological survey said the quake had a magnitude of sevevepoint-one.police in anchorage and kenai report no injuries or major damage.two dozen homes had to be evacuated, and one exploded from a gas leak. new this morning.. morning..an american airlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing in canada after severe turbulence.seven people are now recovering froro
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paramedics were waiting on the tarmac with stretchers when the plane landed.the flight was headed from miami to milan, italy with 192 passengers and 11 crew members on board.three flight attendants and four passengers were hospitalized. a follow up to the water crisis in flint, michigan.. michigan..the state's attorney general is expected to give an update into his investigation at a press ccference this morning.g. morning.last week he announced he would investigate if any laws were violated in the process that left the town's drinking water contaiminated with lead.the statement released last night did not give any details about what the press conference would cover.so far -- 69 campaigns on go-fund-me-dot-com have raised nearly 250-thousand dollars related to the crisis. also in michigan -- a detriot judge will hold a hearing today that could force teachers to end their "sick out."some teaches in the city have been protesting pay -- class sizes and building conditions over the past few weeks by having so many teachers call out sick that schools have had to close some
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today outside of the building where judges will hear arguments. at the state capitol today, todadathe senate human resources committee will hear an update on the medicaid privatization process. process.that's at the request of senator liz mathis.the iowa medicaid director will be giving lawmakers that update. the state's medicaid program wawaoriginally going to be privatized on the first of the year, but federal officials pushed it back until march first, saying it was not ready. the main issue to be explored today will be if the branstad ministration's progress on the improvements will be done before that march first date. be sure to check our website, cbs-2-iowa-dot-com for the latest on this story. also in des moines now -- broadband comnies are saying g a key part of the governor'r' 2015 broadband expansion law isn't in effect -- and it's stopping progress in the state. the law provides a 10 year tax exemption foservice providres who build new infrastrtrtre in limited areas. but -- they say the iowa department of revenue hasn't written rules about how to apply for the exemption.the deadline for that application
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a tax x am is hitting iowa hard this s ar - and the iowa attorney general is warning all of us about it. it starts with a phone call. a caller pretends to be with the i-r-s, and says an officer is coming to yyr house to arrest you because you owe money. the problem is, the i-r-s doesn't make phone calls - they send out letters. if you aren't sure if you owe money, or if you think there could be a problem with your taxes, call tax professional - or call the i-r-s yourself. you know, irs makes mistakes, tax preparers make mistakes, but it's good to build a team around you to make sure that what's being questioned is in your best interest. the attorney general calls this i-r-s phone scam, "the longest running and most pervasive scam his office has ever encountered" and it has cost iowans 6-million dollars in the past year alone. the stage is set for the biggest sporting event in the country.this morning -- we now know who will square off in super bowl 50 -- right here on cbs 2. 2.peyton manning and his
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the a-f-c -- after their nail- bitting finish sunday.the broncos jumped out to an early lead -- on two touchdown passes from manning.the patriots were down 8 in the fourth quarter when they scored with just 12 seconds left -- but missed a two-point conversion that would've tied it up and sent the game into overtime.that sealed it for the broncos. on the n-f-c side -- the carolina panthers dominated tharizona cardinals in charlotte.cam newton had a field day -- ththwing two touchdowns and rushing for two more.the panthers took a 24-to-7 lead into halftime and never looked back -- winning 49-to 15.this is the second super bowl appearance for the panthers -- their first since 2004. the super bowl is in santa clara -- at the new home of the san francisco 49-ers.it' on february 7-th at 5-thirty right here on cbs 2. 2.and we want to know who you're rooting for -- you can head to our facebook page right now and share who you want to win the big game and
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rabgrai riders get ready -- this years route is out -- and the scenic bike ride will head through southern iowa this year. year.a corridor town that's waited more than a decade -- is finally getting its chance to host again. again.the bike ride will start in glenwood on the western edge of the state and end in muscatininin the east... washington -- a town of about seven thousand people -- is one of the stops in between.. residents say they're excited revamped town. "i think washington has a lot to be proud of. in the past 10 years, they've invested over 20 million dollars in their downtown and they've totally embraced the idea that they are the town of tomorrow." tomorrow."ragbrai starts on july 24-th.bikers will go through washington on july 29-th before heading to their final destination of muscatine. now we're taking a look at this year's route.the towns listed on the map are the
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riders will be biking a total of 420 miles!
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it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...the new technology you could see on iowa's wintery roads to keep you safe.
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa& - now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&a&temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are cold today all around iowaa&- the regional satellite/radar is mainly cloudy todaya&- let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see cloudy conditions today- light snow is expected this evening with a trace-2" expecteda&- today's forecast bring us cloloy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- tonight's forecast has us dealing with light snow overnight (trace-2") blustery conditions with cloudy skies- the next three days show cold & windy weather - our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of
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drivers in iowa could see blinking blue lights coming from the pavement, in the near future. future.the iowa d-o-t is working on new sensors that
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roads are slick. slick.reporter vanessa peng explains why it could keep drivers safer. safer. (pkg)a car taled after hitting a patch ofofce on iowa roads tuesday.a 25-year old ben carson campaign staffer dies in the accident...this is the type of crash the iowa department of transportation hopes to help prevent in the future.[duration:0:09]the dot is the first the nation to test pateye warning systems.they have two in one of their ames parking lots.special projects engineer willy sorenson says the devices sense when the temperature is 32 degrees or below and there is moisture present..that's when the lights flash blue.
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morning...and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.the new funding coming into iowa to help improve the state's water quality. >> i'm alex trebeb. if you're age 50 to 85, please listen carefully. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate cacanever go up at any time, for any reason. many policies don't have one but you can get a lifetime rate lock throughd the eolonial penn program. this plan was designed for people on a fixed income with coverage options for just $9.95 a month. that's less than 35 cents a day. your rate is locked in for life and coverage can never be cancelled. your acceptance is guaranteed. you cannot be turned down because of your health. call for your information kit
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both are free, with no obligation. general momors won a victory in the first personal injury case to go to trial involving its faulty ignition switch. switch.the case never even got to a jury because a witness came forward to contradict alletions made by the plaintiff.this case was expected to test whether
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the company instead of taking the settlement offered to them. g-m admied fault in the case and set up a compensnsion fund that paid vvtims and their families nearly 600 million dollars in damages. some victims have pressed forward with their own lawsuits rather than accept the g-m offer. another massi recall is getting even bigger. bigger.regulators are now recalling another five million vehicles with the faulty takata air bags.it comes after the driver of a ford pick up truck with a takata air bag was killed last monon. it's the first death to occur in a vehicle not made by honda. the revenant did best at the box office this weekend. weekend.the wintestorms affectedmovie goers this weekend up and down the east coast.theaters were forced to close in washington d-c and new york.studio executives say it had a major effect on business.the revenant still made an estimated 16 milon dollars in its third week.star wars: the force awakens jumped back into second, and ride along 2 slid to third. and after all the controversy again this year over the oscar
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enough, the organization behind the academy awards has now made some changes. changes.in a unanimous vote thursday night, the academy of motion picture arts and sciences set a goal of doubling the number of women and diverse members by 2020. they are launching a global campaign now to recruit qualified new academy membersrs who represent greater diverstiy. diverstiy.chris rock, who's hosting the show this year already had a rough draft of his opening monologue written, but now the producer of the show said he's thrown out his origional version and is re-writing the whole thing to include jokes about the boycott and the diversity issue.the show airs february 28th. it's right now it's degrees in coming up next...we take to the streets to see w wt you think about the x-fifis coming back totour sister station --
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28. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. need an international coalition with muslim bobos on the ground fifiting with our supporor it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will.
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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 abuseeof women and girlsls 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 leadad who has what it t kes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. final weather- your r anner shows what's ahead for the around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly cloudy conditions for the day
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forecast we light snow this eveninga&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps
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scully a a moulder are back! last night, the x-files were re-opened. re-opened.it's been off the air for fourteen years, and that is s 2 news reporter matt hammil's inspiration behind thi morning's say what. what. nats music - https://www.yo utube.com/watch?v=grwbioir04c - " music 4 seconds " not that long ago - admitting you were a believer like fox mulder - - or that you thought you hadseen a u-f-o or r extra - terrestrial - w wld have meant strange looks and suggestions you cut back on adult beverages.and yet - - as far back as 1938's war of the worlds - clearly people considered the possibility.nat t (( 25:54:52 )) " i see strange lights in the clouds and stuff and i do think there's something out there. " sarah - says - there's juststtoo much information - x-files or otherwise - for
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sarah - ( ( 22:54:16 )) " for a aens you always hear about the ufos and stuff and i'm 100 percent a believer in that. " nat - (( 22:57:20 )) " i believe in ghosts .. not so much aliens or out of this world kind of stuff. " blake says - he's totally on board - with para-normal - activity - - but he says - - despite all that area - 51 talk - - he has trouble with mulder's theory - - that the government is behind a cover-up.\blake - (( 22:58:49)) " i have a tough time believing the government isishididi a lot of information from us .. i guess but maybe i'm just too trusting in our government. "on our facebook page - - rich says - oh they're out there .. there's a lot of life of some sort out in the universe, who knows where?and - jim writes - look at the secrets we know the government has kept from us, why would they ever tell us about aliens ?nat - (( 22:56:16 )) ver had an experience with them. " kelly says - - she can't speak to any scully and mulder like close encounters - from outer space - - butwhen it comes to ghosts - - it's not even a question.kelly - (( 22:56:03 )) " i believe people who have passed before us are still present in this
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the x-files will regularly air on monday nights at 7. 7. you can watch that on our sister station fox 28. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the latest information this morning about a deadly crash on an eastern iowa roadway. roadway.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
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