Skip to main content

tv   CBS2- This Morning  CBS  February 16, 2016 6:00am-7:00am CST

6:00 am
right now on cbs 2 this
6:01 am
developing weather systems to see just how hectic your right now we are tracking the developing weather systems, see how hectic your morning commute could be. the latest information out a deadly mobile home fire in the corridor. we have the details about one of of iowa's most respected politician could stop the next supreme court appointment. welcome to cbs 2, traffic moving along so far early on this wintery tuesday, february morning, welcome to cbs 2. hope your week is going great so far, let's check in on your weather see how the know is coming along. it looksike a lot is going to miss us. some spots might get up to an inch in south part of our viewing area, a little bit of fog this morning, not tosay we won't have flurries or a little dusting. 27 at 8:00. 31 at 10:00.
6:02 am
there is doppler radar you can see the farther western part of our area. benton county, as well as iowa county, seeing a little bit of light snow this morning. roadways we can see things have slickened up a bit. around far western iowa county. take a little extra time there, in is he considid rapids we are foggy and mild, temperature reading of 28, cloudy sky, waterloo 27, 27 in iowa city, winds north and west today, currently they are out of the south 5-10 miles and hour. there is psatellite and radar charles city and decorah, morning drive on a scale of 1- 10 we'll give it a 7, not the best but certainly not the worse. all of that moisture is west of us. 32 at lunch time, 34 is the high today, we'll take part of your morning and let you know
6:03 am
and what ur weekend will look like with nice warmer weather around the corner. parts of the south are cleaning up this morning after devastating weather that caused at least 16 tornadoes. >> right now there are no reports of any serious injuries or deaths but tornadoes destroyed homes and buildings in florida,al bam and a mississippi. is schools will be closed because of the storm damage. as the storm moves north roads and streets from the carolinanato new york were covered in snow and ice. >> with the snow and ice comes an increase in temperatures toda in the northeast that means s ncerns about possiblbl flooding, that storm already killed one person, nasty weather also causing massive flight delays, reporting more than 1000 delays or cancellations yesterday. cedar rapids authorities are trying to pinpoint the cause of a deadly fir on 16th avenue southwest :30
6:04 am
they saw smoke and flames coming out of the home. two people were inside at the time, one person was taken to the hospital, 72-year-old ronald jacobs was killed in the fire. county authorities are investigating a deadly house fire in north english, emergency crews were call today a home sunday night, iowa county authorities sent a pictcte to cbs 2 news, home's owner austin watson was found dead inside. a trial date is set for the man charged with running over and killing a corridor come in aims, benjamin claig was behind the we'll the bus that hit jacob last dececber, he now faces a number of charges including leaving the scene of regarding a fatal officer involved shooting in urbandale. urbandale.three urbandale police officers are now on paid adminisisative leave following the saturday morning
6:05 am
hotel while the officers were responding to a drug complaint. in the lobby, they found ali yahia of des moines, who pulled outut gun and pened fire.the officers shot back, fatally hitting the 29-year- old.they'll remain on leave during an investigation. new this morning, rising tensions in the korean peninsula. peninsula.a.e south korean president has warned the north faces a collapse if it does not abandon its nuclear program. program.she told the south korean parliament today the nation needs to take stronger and more effective measures to make their isolated neighbors to the north realize their nuclear ambitions will only speed up a regime collapse.she made that speech while defending her decision to shut down a jointly run4ftory in north korea. new developments this morning morningin belgium. authorities have detained 10 people in a series of raids in brussels, linked to a recruiting network for isis.a total of 9 raids were carried out in four suburbs. right now, computers and cell phones that were seized are being examined.the raids *aren't linked to the
6:06 am
year.a judge will decide later the raids are not linked to the deadly attacks in paris last year,. next primary and caucus are dayspaway in the 2016 race, it's not often you see a former president out op the campaign trail, there were two this year, george w bush returned to presidential politics seven years after he left the oval office, rallied voters r his brother jeb a state where voters will head to the polls saturday. in florida, former doing this for weeks now, florida doesn't hold their primary until march. also out on the campaign trail donald trump is threatening ted cruz with a lawsuit now. unless cruz stops airing
6:07 am
campaign calls false, trump says federal courts should decide whether he can run, cruz does qualify. one of the biggest issues that has dominated the trail thisweek who should a aoint the supreme court justice, candidates from both sides of the aisle quickly started arguing over the president's right to i can't point a justice in the lame duck part of his presidedey, tim hagel says it might be an election year there is still 111 months until the annually elected president would take over. >> we are several months away from the election, let alone from president's term, he is only getted and has he right to appoint somebody, what does the senate want to do. >> it's not very common for a president to be in is situation, he says normal justices will retire when there is a sitting president, so that president can appoint a
6:08 am
senior sent out why are. he ss the it's standard practice not to nominate during an ' year, back in 1988 during a presidential election were actually confirmed aunt and kennedy to the highest court, that was all during ronald regan's presidency. 6:08 on tuesday morning, if you are waking up indiana pen dense iowa 28 degrees outside. the rerewed to push expand iowa's cannabis law trying to help more children. this is your school forecast, we see 27 degrees with a light rain.
6:09 am
6:10 am
we'll show you th main weather- your planner shows what's'shead for the next hoursa&- doppler radar
6:11 am
morninga&- with some snow-covered roads rema good morning to you at the 11 after the hour, with going to have a little rain and snow possible this morning in parts of the viewing area, temps will be warming nicely as our highed to reach the mid-30s. and the weekend is looking pretty calm out there. there is the good news. today's forecast brought to you by the letter s for slippery in spots where we could see that rain and snow, if you are traveling to des moines that is where you will see the better chance. 31 at 10:00. 32 at lunch time, high of 34 as we head through the afternoon. mainly cloudy skies today, mainly cloudy skies tonight, too. there is doppler, we are seeing light snow around northern benton county, blamer as well as fayette. a little light snow did you
6:12 am
rapids, it's 28 degrees, 100% humidity with that moisture, that is melting show as these mild temps help with that. visibility ranging from about 3- 5 miles. so just take a little extra time, that is the theme of the day. 27 in iowa city monticello the me. 27 in decor rav. highs today 34 for us, 33 in green bay, we look to the 40s, 50s and 60s west of us. a weak little low continuing to move through the picture here, as it dips through the forecast it pull as cold front, too. that frontal boundary will change our winds, temps will be cooler witmid teens overnight, and tomorrow temps the lower 30s. there is predictor, there we see by 11:00 moist of that
6:13 am
nothing major, to night partly cloudy skies, the clouds aren't too far away, they'll settle back in with a mix of sun and clouds, more sun than clouds for thursday. here is snow fall totals over the next 24-36 hours, as you see it, not much. less than an inch expected all the way across the board. today's forecast, today we see those winds turning to the north at 5-10 with light snow this mororng, warming up still, 35 iowa city, 37 in washington. dubugue says 33, tonight mainly cloudee, northwest please 4-8 miles per hour, right about normal for this time of year, upper 20s, l 30s, tomorrow cooler thanks to the cold front. >> winds turn back to the south and east, it w wl be a comfortable day despite that cooler 2-3-degree cooldown.
6:14 am
40s by thursday. 50s friday, saturday. 40s sunday. small chance of rain there. upper 30s monday. looking at that 10 day trend. cooling back down a bit, mid lower 30s for the end f next ek. >> thanks, justin. there are thousands of dogs right now competing to be the best. >> the westminster kennel ub dog g show. jamie got a sneak poo. >> that's a toughen tree. >nearly y 330 dogs hit the a jail i believe course over the weekend. >> really wonderful handlers make it easy, but it's really not. >> dog lovers came to meet the breeds. >> know would's dogs weigh more than a hundred pounds, also big to learn about the dogsbut to show off in tutus, sweaters -- or off in tutus, sweaters -- or even rain coats for the slobbery ones.(standup bridge:
6:15 am
primping and pruning back stage it is all business for these dogs and their owners." hounds, non-sporting, and herding dogs compete against their own breeds today. tomorrrr, it will be top sporting, working and terriers time to shine.the pressure to be best is buildinga&21:14:59 we always have high tomorrow top sporting, working and terriers time to shine. the pressure to be best is building. >> we always have high expectations. >> even the handlers have a grooming routine before the show. >> pit on makeup, make sure i'm ce and clean. and make sure i'm not nervous. >> are you nervous? >> a little bit. >> because everyone wants a shot at being top dog. jamie cbs news new york. >> best in show will be figured out tonight, last year's winner was a beagle. >> they are really cute. it's so anazing though they actually gist added in a few new groups this year who be
6:16 am
they are very exclusive, i mean you have to be like premadonna, like cream of the crop, like no joke, it's hard. >> even the handlers have cleaning people. >> they have to be clean to be a handler. >> they have be clean. >> glad. >> can't do you that yourself. >> we've been to some performance based ones, what those dogs can do is amazing. especially compared to the ones on. >> those ones are funny. >> that's why it's entertaining. >> i can align myself with those one. it's 6:16 on tuesday, if you are in best liberty it's 27 degrees.
6:17 am
hitting your wallet this year. dad: i know. spots. culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeeeng everything spotless is effortless. mom: hey. dad: the culligan man. culligan man: morning! there has to be a way. carry the centimeter, divide by 3.14 something something something... [ beeping, whirring ] great caesar salad! and now the name your price tool shows people policy options to help fit their budget. is that a true story?yeah! people r rlly do save an average of over $500 when they switch. i mean about you inventing it. i invented the story, and isn't that what really matters?
6:18 am
culligan man: the problem is your water! anncr: a culligan whole-house water conditioning system gets rid of sediment or impurities. so keeping everything spotless is effortless. dad: spots. culligan man: the problem is your water!
6:19 am
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ welcome back, it's 6:19, here is a look at temperatures outside right now, 28 in cedar rapids, 24 in dubugue and 25 in waterloo. from here. >> not a bad plan at all. it is safe to say we are all looking forward to warmer weather, for now we are still more than a month away from the official start of spring. >> winter weather can also hurt your wallet, mary moloney shows house how in today's -- shows us how. >> know removal expenses and canceled flights add up, but the snowy weather can impact your bottom line, too, among the things driving up the cost of your snow days, the ease of
6:20 am
>> a lot of us engaging in impulse shopping this time of year, it's particularly easy to do so when you have all your your favorite sites. it's become too easy to do so."the >> the same thing goes for comfort food, eating away at a budget, being snow bound can mean a new year's gym membership goes to waste, the thermostat down 10 - 15 degrees at night, you're going to save about 10 percent on your heating bill potentially every single year. so there are small things to do around the house to stay home and reduce your bill."little things so your savings don't melt away by spring.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. it's right now it's degrees in coming up...the new information about how marijuana has gotten more
6:21 am
time. 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
6:22 am
6:23 am
final weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- wintry mix this morninga&- the regional satellite/radar is featuring cloudy skies todaya&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see light snow forecast bring us cloudy skies with am mix, warmer temps- our 6:24, doppler radar featuring snow out there this morning, 6:23, close to that 6:24 time frame. back toward prairie duchien. west of our viewing area it
6:24 am
east, slick spots around iowa county, tamra county. 28 degrees at 9:00. 32 at lunch time, 34 this afternoon. we'll have clouds certainly for the morning with that bit of moisture, mainly cloudy as we head through the afternoon, satellite and radar there we through the picture, most of which down to the south and east of us, very low impact morning, there could be a few snowy spots on the drive, a little clearing tonight, but then we're right back to more clouds than sun for the day wednesday. 35 iowa city, 353 debuque, 34 cedar rapids and waterloo, tonight 18, tomorrow 31 is the high, 23 tomorrow night, 40s for thursday. looking good friday, saturday and sunday, we'll start with the mid to lower 50s friday, saturday. end mid to upper 40s sunday with a small chance of a few raindrops.
6:25 am
we are taking a look at eastern iowas top stories, iowa state fare pop star jason duruello will perform sunday, august 14th. prices range from 35-$47, he will be joining dierks bentley on the grandstand the next day. >> that is a pretty biggest. university of iowa is accepting applications for season football tickets, renewal forms are online, mailed out to anyone who got 2015 season tickets, renewals cost $405, newer additional 7$eeps
6:26 am
1100% of the proceeds will be donated to the four oaks, lping the nonprofit ensure children in the area become successful adults. lady gaga paid tribute to david bowie in a performance last night. some of his famous looks over her face.she started with bowie's first hit, "space oddity"... and ended with "heroes."i was looking at reaction online and could only find one person who didn't like the tribute, everyone thought she killed it.bowie passed away in january after a
6:27 am
it's right now it's degrees in coming up next...the new ways >> getting warmer in eastern iowa and coming up next on cbs 2, university of iowa is
6:28 am
6:29 am
soldiers cbs 2 this morning...the latest information about the eastern iowans trying to fight ck right now on cbs 2 this morning the latest information about the eastern iowans trying to fight back against drug use. >> the new way university of iowa is keeping soldiers safe and ready for bat. abuse allegations in an eastern iowa boarding school. here is a look at i 380 at
6:30 am
problems on the road, i'm kelly. nothing pager, most of which will head down towards des moines and central iowa, leaving our morning drive leaving with some moisture and some fog, 32 at lunch time, high of 34 this afternoon. some light snow north of waterloo. west in union. and we see some light snow around washington and riverside this morning. roadways, reported normal driving in our neck of the e woods, we see a few slick spots around des moines, and some lightly snow covered roads in cedar county, too. there is the fog of the morning. as we lolo to cedar rapids, collins road off to the east, 28 degrees right now.
6:31 am
in iowa city and monte cell low. 24 debuque, winds are southerly 4-8 miles and hour. they'll turn to the north and west this afternoon, there is the majority of the moisture south and west of us. here st. planner, looking 34 today. we'll get even warmer r we head towards the end the week, we'll show you numbers nice and mild coming uin just a bit. 77% of teenagers think it's okay to smoke pot and that can sometimes lead to harder drug use. >> why the iowa alliance coalition for change held an event at the state capitol allowed student from across the state to speak with lawmakers face to face about how to decrease drug use in their towns monticello cleo sullivan attended that attend. >> it's a much bigger issue at the capitololhas definitely
6:32 am
bigger." the jones county safe and healthy youth cocoition says marijuana use is down to seven percent among eleventh graders compared to 2008. a new study shows marijuana has changed dramatically in 11th graders compared to 2008. a new study shows marijuana has dramatically over the past 20 years, the potency is on the rise, they found the levels of thc jump from 4% in 1995 5 to 12% in 2014. in colorado, state where it is legal to smoke, some were at cannibidiol is the part of the marijuana plant many say has positive health benefits. a bill at the statehouse would make it easier for patients with chronic conditions to access the drug in oil form.a house sub-committee meeting on the issue is scheduled for tomorrow. also at the capitol, a bill chronic conditions to access the drug in its oil form. also at the capital, a bill
6:33 am
senate is looking to make sure violent and repeat offenders stay behind bars for longer. >> right now those prisoners have a chance to reduce their sentence for good behavior,cbs 2 reporter testify answer johnson. >> it will still be discussed tomorrow, current leio with's good behavior policy repeat offenders can have their own prisis time cut in half, activists are trying to keep violent offenders off the streets, it will force those accused of domestic violent who later plead guilty to a lesser charge to go through a treatment program before being eligible for reduced sentence, steven sanders says the public will be safer and if people charged with violent crimes served a longer sentence. now not all people are happy with this bill, the iowa coalition against domestic violence and the american civil
6:34 am
for women in abusive relationships leaving is a very critical time. >> and many times women escape from a domestic violence situation, clothes are the last thing a victim will grab. working to help women in need by donating pajamas. for six years they'veropped off pajamas to the shelters to give victims a taste of comfort. >> for someone who is fleeing a domestic violence situation may have nothing, to get something brand new that no o se has had can be impact full. >> the club donates 1150 set of pajamas every year, for information how you can help out visit our website at cbs2iowa.com. at least 5 sexual abuse allegations have surpassed at a boarder school, midwest county has happened over the past three years reported by current and former students along with staff. the lee county sheriff says dhs officials are identified 19
6:35 am
some type of abuse took place at the school. university of iowa is now working to help predict and prevent injuries in the u.s. marine corps, researchers are now using a virtual older project to do it, the office of naval research says muuloskeletal injuries are the problem, the virtual solder balances bio mechanics and computer simulation to help conditioning programs. >> looking at it all, not just mechanical aspect, it's not just a physiological aspect, it's the marriage of themall. >> the virtual older program creaead from the university human model, they can be made to match an individual older's unique characteristics. today.doctor vivek murthy will meet with citizens, health officials and advocacy groups.
6:36 am
with the doctor who first reported elevated levels of lead in the blood of children in the city.the n-a-a-c-p warned of protests if governor rick snyder doesnt take action within 30 days. the white house now says president obama will make his first visit to vietnam in may. may.the announcement came yesterday after the president met with vietnam's prime minister at a summit with south-east asian leaders in california.the visit will come while he's in the region for a group of seven summit in japan. obama will be the third straight president to visit region for a group of seven summit in japan, obama will be the third straight president to visit viet nam. some lucky drivers in toledo, ohio were caught in the middle of a price war, driving costs it took them down to just pennies a gallon. >> it turns out it started by mistake, the prices at one gas statioiosaw .19 a gallon because a computer glitch, that
6:37 am
the street to compete down to .17 a gallon. >> i just filled my gas tank for .26 centss. it only give you 5 bucks, i have to get my change, that's too funny. >> laughing and everything. and that driver started a video on facebook to encourage all his friends to fill up for cheap, on sunday and the low prices lasted for about three hoururwhich is a long time for that kind of thing before to finally figure it out. >> i would be giddy, too. >> especially the way the gas prices were, now they are not all that bad. >> i know, pretty nice little discount they got there. it's 6:38 right now, good morning to you in eye owing, iowa, 26 degrees there. from tornadoes and flooding to snow and ice e are tracking the latest information on severe weather across the country. luckily we are missing out most of it, if you are travel
6:38 am
will you find tricky travel. kids head to school 27 with a
6:39 am
6:40 am
time 32, afternoon 34 de main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- doppler radar features a wintry mix this morninga&-ith some snow-covered roads remaining this morning- now a live 6:41, it's weathth time so stay there, mostly cloudy skies, a little rain and snow this morning. our temperatures will continue to warm up, we'll have a nice calm weekend with nice, milder weather. here are your numbers for the 30 degrees around 9:00. 32 at 11:00 this morning. high today. this bit of moisture out of here in the morning, keeping e clouds for the afternoon, we'll do a little bit of clearing this evening, more clouds than sun tomorrow, more sun than clouds for thursday. there is the moisture, we see a little bit across northeast wa, back down to the south
6:41 am
everything is normal, winter time driving for us, around des moines 50-75% snow and ice could haved out there. right now in cedar rapids foggy, be ever mindful about that. turn your headlights on so you can make yourself visible t t others. winds out of the southeast at 9, feels like 19, visibility ranging 2-mile the of visibility to as much as 5 around tama. dubugue and monte cell low. on the board. later today we'll add about 10 less. everybody should be in the 30s. there is the low continuing to east. let's go to the midwestern and nationwide map where we see 45 kansas city, 790s in dallas, 80s in san antonio, more with , we'll get into warm weather, we are not getting into the 80s but we'll
6:42 am
we head towards the end of our week a weekend, nice ripple of warmer weather set move throthe picture here. we'll do that for thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. satellite and radar there is that little bit of moisture we showed you there. that is rolling through our neck of the woods. tornadoes off to the east coast, it was a bumpy day for those folks yesterday, we'll do it again today out there. there is our lull, quick moving system moving out to the south and northeast of us. changing wind speeds to the south. north this afternoon and evening. overnight tonight not much excitement will vary from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and there is that mix sunshine as we head through the day on wednesday, there is going to be some moisture above the clouds, but i don't really think we'll see anything from a moist your standpoint, we'll see a few more clouds for the evening and diminishing cloud cover late wednesday night, more sun than clouds for thursday.
6:43 am
from all four models, as you see it everybody looks to have less than an inch through the next few hours. today, numbers wise 33 in charles city and decor a. 35 in iowa city. wind turns north, light snow this morning, cloudy skies, i would say even a dusting is a far reach. teenenand low w s on the board tonight, mainly cloudy, calm, cool northwest breeze at 48. tomorrow 31 wednesday, 34 for thursday. again, not a full on sunny day either day there. the sun returns in earnest on friday, 46 for sunday. small chance of raindrops for the afternoon there much upper 30s monday and our 11day temperature trend as things go in the right direction with mid to upper 30s, we do cooldown a bit for early next week, 36 tuesday, 30s wednesday and 30s for thursday. . kevin and kelly. >> thanks, justin.
6:44 am
stories, the iowa state fair made a big announcement we now prices range from 3 3to 47- dollars.he joins dierks bently who will play on the granstand the very next day. tickets for that show are on sale right now. right now -- the university of iowa is accepting applications for season football tickets. renewal forms are online and are also being mailed to anyone who got 20-15 season tickets.renewals cost 405-dollars and new or additional tickets cost 415-dollars.that's up 10- dollars from last year.the hawkeyes are coming off a perfect 12-and-0 football season and their first trip to the rose bowl in 25 years. and former hawkeye great dallas clark is teaming up with train wreck winery, and hy-vee to benefit four oaks in cedar rapids.on friday march fourth clark will sign hawkeye and indianapolis colts gear for 10-dollars each, and also train wreck winery bottles for 5 dolalrs.100-percent of the proceeds will be donated to four oaks.the funds will help
6:45 am
in the area become successful adults. good morning, it's on this morning, and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important stories for your tuesday
6:46 am
6:47 am
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ welcome back, 6:47 now on this tuesday morning, open the door right now in cedar rapids 28 degrees, waterloo checks in at 25, and dubugue at 34, this is not bad -- 24, this is not bad, justin tells us it gets better, rehave more about our warmup on the way coming up later on. here is a look at i 380 at
6:48 am
now, we know there is maybe a little bit of dusting to come later, right now it looks good. parts of e south are cleaning up after devastating severe weather that caused 16 tornadoes. right now there are no reports of any serious injuries or deaths but tornadoes destroyed homes and buildings in florida, alabama and mississippi, several schools across the south will be closed today because of the storm damage. as the storm moves north roads an streets from the carolinas and new york were covered in snow and ice. >> with snow and ice comes increased temperatures, northeast that means concerns about flooding, already killed one person and the nasty weather is causing major flight delays, light aware reported a thousand delays or cancellations happened on monday and travel problems are only expected to get worse today. in cedar rapids authorities are trying to pinpoint the cause of a deadly fire. crews were call today a mobile
6:49 am
around 7:30 monday morning when they got there they saw smoke and flames coming out of the home. one person was taken to the hospital, but 92-year-old ronald jacobs was killed in the fire. in iowa county authorities are also invest getting a deadly house fire in north english, emergency crews there were call today a home on south highland street sunday night. iowa county authorities sent this picture to cbs 2 news, the home's owner was found dead inside. trial date is set for the man charged with running over and killing a corridor woman out in ames. been in a min craig pleaded not guilty. he was behind the wheel of a bus that hit jacobs in december, he was arrested last month and now he faces a number of charges including leaving the scene of a fatal accident. his trial is scheduled to start april 5th and he faces five years in jail. cbs 2 news has details
6:50 am
involved shooting in urbandale, three police officers are on paid administrative leave after the saturday morning shooting, it happened at a hotel while the officers were respond to go a drug complaint, they found the man from des moines who pulled out a gun and open fired, they'll remain on leave during the investigation. new this morning rising tensions in the korean peninsula, the president faces says north will face a collapse, natiln needs to stake stronger and more effective measures to make their isolated maybes to the north realize their regime collapse. she made that speech while defend iting her decision to shut done a fax -- down a factory in korea. it's not often you see former presidents out on the campaign trail, this year we
6:51 am
george bush the former president rallied voters in charleston, south carolina for jeb. in florida, former presisint bill clintbeen doing this for weeks, florida doesn't hold primaries ununl mid march, its it iowa democrat the who caucus this weekend. damp is threatening ted cruz with a lawsuit challenging his eligibility to serve in thth white house. unless cruz stops airing certain adds that the trump campaign says are false. since he was born in canada. some legal experts have already said that cruz does qualify. one of the biggest issues is who should appoint the supreme court justice to o
6:52 am
both candidates started arguing over the president's right. tame hagel says it might be an election year there is still 1 months until a annually elected president would take over. >> we are several months away from the election let alone from ththend of president do?"hagle adds it's not very common for a president to be in this situation.he says normally justices will retire when there's a sitting president they politically $ align with, so that president can appoint a that president can appoint a successor. iowa's senior senator is joining the group of republicans saying a decision should be made after november's election.senator chuck grassley chairs the senate jujuciary committee -- which oversees the confirmation hearings in the senate.he says it's standard practice not to nominate anyone for an lifetime appointment during an election year.but in 1988 -- during a presidential election -- grassley voted to confirm anthony kennedy to the high court during ronald reagan's presidency.
6:53 am
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 tuesdaymorning. morning. cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your ststy tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2ioio.comor connect with us on facebook - kgan cbs 2. our next item is a genuine "name your price" tool. this highly sought-after device from progressive can be yours for... twenty grand? -no! we are giving it away for just 3 easy payments of $4.99 plus tax! the lines are blowing up! we've got deborah from poughkeepsie. flo: yeah, no, it's flo. you guys realize anyone can use the "name your price" tool for free on progressive.com, right? [ laughing nervously ] [ pickles whines ] i know, it's like they're always on television.
6:54 am
6:55 am
here are the top three stories you need to know to start your day. day.parts of the south are cleaning up this morning after welcome back, here are the top three stories, parts of the south are cleaning up this morning after devastating severe weather that caused 16 tornadoes, right nowowwe don't have any reports of serious injuries or deaths but the tornadoes destroyed homes and buildings in florida, abama and mississippi. new developments in bell yum where authorities have detained 10 people in a series of raids brussels. a total of nine raids were
6:56 am
cuters and cell phones that were ceased are being -- seized were examined. a judge will decide whether those detained should be charged. taylor swift and kendrick lamar, won the most awards taking home five grammies, swift won three including best album for 198ed. bruno mars uptown funk got record of the year. he is a guitar player i think he is big over in more like the european areas. >> chances are though substantially taller than -- what's his name. >> bruno mar. apparently did he a lot of stuff with amy winhouse. >> we've learned something. doppler radar learns a
6:57 am
parts of the state, seeing a dusting out of that, there are a couple slick spots on the roads, temps today 34 with cloudy skies, 31 tomorrow, 34 thursday, looking great for the weekend, 50s for friday, saturday and unper 40s for sunday. have a great mom: seriously? culligan man: problem ter. i'm on it. anncr: a culligan whole-house water softening system turns your problem water into culligan water, pure and simple.
6:58 am
6:59 am
and simple. dad: hey, culligan man. culligan man: hey! anncr: a culligan whole-house water softening system turns your problem water into culligan water, pure and simple. good morning. it is tuesday, february 16, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the bush brothers reunite on the campaign trail amid new taunts from donald trump.
7:00 am
teachers accused of thanking, shoving, even luring kids for sex. how are they finding new jobss in the classroom. kendrick lamar makes powerful statement and taylor swift makes history with the grammy but we begin today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> you have to be very careful. he's very unstable. >> the gop race gets ugly in south carolina. . >> just t ing on about how i'm'm the most horrible person in the world because i keep repeating the things he says. >> how does it feel to have the band back together? >> george w. busch trying to turn the tide for his brother. >> i want to remind you what our good dad told us one time. labels are for soup cans. >> the supreme c crtoncerns everything you are concerned about.
left
right

3 Views

disc Borrow a DVD of this show
info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on