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at five,a high-speed chase in waterloo ends with an arrest - but it's the ?suspect who says the ?officer crossed the line. cbs 2 news is digging deeper into the story - and we'll show you how it happened. and we're getting set to move into a holiday weekend. we'll let you know what you can expect in pridefest and any sort of outdoor activities in your weather first forecast. >> a waterloo police officer disciplined internally will not face formal charges. the suspect's attorney says something should be done. the call for action come on the heels of a string of city settlements this year with ryan joins us now with more on this incident- that's caught on camera. jenee? jenee?karen -
and cbs 2 news. on april 19th - waterloo police arrested 24-year-old montavis keller after a high police arrested 24-year-old keller after a high-speed chase. he had no prior report but new charged with four felonies. eluding police, attempting to assault an officer and possessing 42 grams of marijuana with the intent to deliver. take a look at the video. it shows the officer yanking on hitting him in the head. you'll see him pushing into the squad car. officials say keller nearly ran over awfertion whitmire which reached 90 miles an hour. keller now wants that officer fired. we reached out to the attorney general brian williams who discovered this footage original. >> immediately referred that out for review from an independent body to avoid any conflict of interest.
office reviewed that footage and decided not to pursue any charges saying that he was understandable agitated and a jury wouldn't convict him. it appears slight and did not hurt keller. the waterloo police chief says he prbled him after an internal investigation but that discipline is confidential under state law. month. cbs 2 news. >> complaints about police brutality or profiling are not new but a well-known football player is bringing the issue back to the forefront. scatd scott san born explains. >> 49ers quarterback is making headlines for sitting during the national anthem. but he's also gotten a lot of support for his actions.
show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. >> these aren't new situations. this isn't new ground. the things that have gone on for years and years and have never been addressed. and they need to be. today at practice he continued his protest by wearing socks with police depicted as pigs. kaepernick says he will stand for the flg when police brutality the statement is dividing fans with some saying kaepernick has the right to peacefully protest under the first amendment. others say the national anthem is sacred to the country and should be inherently respected. tonight they face off against the chargers in the final reseason game. fan regulate waiting to see whether he will continue to sit in protest and whether he'll address the ongoing debate. we want to know what you think. head to our facebook page and let us know.
here at home hawkeye fans are ready for some football. expected to be there.cbs 2 news will be there too - we're live all day so come on down and say hello. if you're looking for hawkeye football fun even ?earlier - tune in tonight for the premeire of our new iowa hawkeye pregame show."i on the hawks" will show you all you opener.our sports crew is teaming up with hawkeye writers marc morhouse and mike hlas (huh-lahs') from the gazette to preview all the action.that airs tonight at six-thirty on our sister station fox 28. now let's check in with chief meteorologist terry swails, to see if we'll have football
emergency crews and the national guard are on standby in case they need to respond. a massive explosion in florida caused smoke clouds to billow over cape canaveral.space-x was conducting a test before firing an unmanned rocket this weekend when something went wrong around the rocket's oxygen tank.a number of explosions were reported.the rocket was supposed to carry an israeli satellite into space. the satellite was meant to provide parts of africa as part of facebook's internet-dot-org initiative. a former cedar rapids school bus driver has taken a plea dea. deal.20-year old tyler konigsmark admitted to child enticement today in federal court.konigsmark was accused of sexually abusing students - and soliciting explicit pictures of children between april and may.hiawatha police contacted the school district - and konigsmark was soon
years with no parole. an iowa mother is facing a trial - accused of trying to kill her baby. police say ashley hautzenrader gave birth in a bathroom at the university of iowa hospital and clinics.they say she then tried to flush the newborn down the toilet - when that didn't work, she put the baby in a pillowcase in a trashcan. the baby was found alive by hospital staff. hautzenrader was charged with attempted murd her trial is now set for february 14th. on the campaign trail today - republican presidential nominee donald trump has been in the battleground state of oh. republican nominee has been in ohio. trump spoke to vrns at the american legion convention. after clarifying his position on immigration in the speech last night. trump says he still intends to build a wall along the mexico board and he still says that mexico will pay for it.
mexico's president yesterday. he told trump mexico will not pay for the wall. democratic nominee no, ma'am knee is taking today off but next to ohio with vice president joe biden. after donald trump's immigration speech, iowa dreamers are weighing on his plan. cbs 2 news reporter introduces us to an undocumented student who says trump's ideology will putt an end to progress on imgr reform. >> zero tolerance for criminal aliens. zero. >> it's frightening to see this is the reality that we live in. >> jose gars ya says his words fuel a immigration that strayed away from truth and respect. >> what's being put out there isn't true. >> when he was three his mom moved his family from mexico city to the united states hoping for a better life. >> had we stayed in mexico our
a mess. constant violence and gang wars. >> created by president obama in 2012. >> exempt for two years. i'm able to obtain a driver's license. i'm able to get a work permit to legally work in the united states. >> number five. cancel unconstitutional executive orders and enforce all immigration laws >> . but he's a afraid trump's create a new s on identifying and quickly removing the dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america who have evaded justice,but he's afraid under trump's deportation plan - will turn back time and progress.sot: jose garcia fuerte 06:13:55:22 "i think what we need is a compromise and an understanding of what are the reasons why people are moving to the united states? why are they moving out of central america and moving from their home country to the united states?"and as someone with roots in both countries - this is how he feels after seeing mexico's president enrique pena nieto and trump stand side by side -sot: jose mexico's president and trump stand side by side. >> it doesn't remit our values. >> his values when approaching this discussion are so lead by example. >> we go to school, we go to work just like anybody else does.
going on and there's an opportunity for us but there's still a lot of work that needs to be done. >> that was stephy lee reporting. he's a freshman at drake university and hopes to alend law school after he graduates. >> this has been a picture- perfect day. >> well, i really do think so. and it's really interesting because there's a big tropical storm which has turned into a hurricane. hermine is kind of mean right winds. as it works its way over the southeastern united states, it'll will be a plus in our weather because it meaning things are blocked up across the country and what you see is what you're
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thousand and nine, the state budget was in shambles. spending was slashed ten percent. jobs eliminated. salary cuts. unpaid leave. the governor, auditor and secretary of agriculture voluntarily cut their own pay ten percent. but, lieutenant govenor patty judge refused to cut her hundred and three thousand dollar salary by even a penny. i was just telling terry i'm wearing bright colors because supposedly after
>> we have to retire them until what? >> back of the closet. >> >> spring there? >> memorial day, yeah. way to go, terry. >> all right. i'm on t. glu i don't do to change a thing. >> not too much. i don't worry about it a lot. i try to work as respectable as i can. >> and you succeed every day. it's amazing. >> you're good the weather whrs and been amazing too. >> that's right. and boy do we have a fine forecast for you: it's fit for a holiday no. doubt about i 75 degrees is our temperature today. we kick off the month of the september feeling like september. winds are northeast at 13 and our dewpoint is only at 59. that's about as good a day as you can put together here in eastern iowa. we did have a few consume lus clouds just enough cool air to create the instability for that but once the sun goes down. those are going to go away and keep our clear skies tonight and right on into the day tomorrow.
mason city with 74. and highest i've seen in cedar rapids is 76 degrees. these temperatures about 3 or 4 degrees short. that's typical at this time of year. it certainly is comfortable out there right. now mostly southern skies around and temperatures throughout eastern iowa. somewhere in the low to mid- 70s. and as we take a look at our satellite and move it all the way down into the gulf of mexico, you can see hermine tonight and this thing has really developed quickly in the past 12 we actually have an eye which you can see circling around. this is going to get into the coast here later on tonight t. won't have too much more time to intensify. it's doing that as it makes its way to the florida panhandle. all of our model indicate it will come ashore late tonight and work its way to the northeast and eventually just sit off the east coast of the united states for several days. so the national hurricane center in its official forecast takes this up into north carolina and just
come. that's going to be important to us because it means the weather pattern across the country is going to be blocked up until this system can move on. on the storm track here you can see with hermine oaferlt eastern united states we'll have a northwest flow in the jetstream here and this is going to keep our temperatures nice and cool for several days to come. it keeps all of that deep gulf of mexico moisture locked up. so no showers thunderstorms and very comfortable conditions around here. this is our rainfall forecast. and th tuesday. so we're going through the entire labor day weekend here without any precipitation in the forecast in eastern iowa. and you can find out what the comfortable temperatures we're expecting and tomorrow you can see we're in the mid-70s. we've got ourselves a beautiful holiday weekend forecast and tonight we start things off with clear skies and very cool temperatures. readings in the north at 46 around delaware kor ra
elkader. upper 40s to cedar rapids and even washington. a low temperature is at 52 degrees. then for tomorrow, we're back into some sunshine. it does look to be a delightful day. temperatures in the mid-70s in the north. through the upper 70 nz the south. about 76 in water a lot and 76 here in cedar rapids. out of the east and saturday kicks off the college football season and all of the games around the midwest should have excellent weather. 78 expected a little warmer on sunday. up to 81 and some heat and humidity just for the close of the holiday weekend. labor day and we're going to 87. no rain in the forecast now until tuesday of next week. karen? >> thanks. dog breeders and their four- legged friend are in amana today. over 100 breeds recognized by kennel club will participate in the show.
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requires patience and skill.as cbs 2 news correspondent marlie hall reports, for some sick children and their families, it's providing some much needed healing. healing. (track)kaia carroll says she hasn't had this much fun in months.(sot - she hasn't had this much fun in months. >> awesome. so much fun. >> the 8-year-old has a rare form of leukemia. the last year has been a blur. >> this week i felt wasn't in any pain really. >> kya and 19 other young patients took part in pony power therapy. patients and their parents learned to ride and take care of horses. medical center sponsors the intensive four-day program. >> very good. >> lots of joy. there's some exercise. we're getting dirty.
emotional, recreational. stephen percy says riding also helps build muscle and coordination.(sot - dr. stephen percy / hackensack university medical center) particularly with kids who have developmental disabilities and may have issues with walking //to get them on the animals and to be moving in a different way has really helped them(track)kaia has also regained something her parents longed to get back.(sot - darlene carroll / kaia's mother)this has brought so much happiness to her. sh for so long. it's just really nice to know these opportunities are there for them to make them feel special. (track)marlie hall cbs news mahwah, new jersey. "here's a live look over downtown iowa city. terry will another look at your weather first forecast when live at 5 comes back. first - a look at what's coming up new tonight at six. this is scott sanborn. an iowa city man with an idea to
waves in a unique market - how his success could help millions. plus, new technology could inspire a new generation of farmers. and we're learning the university of iowa isn't the only corridor connection to gene wilder. the role quaker oats played in the classic willy wonka movie. these stories and more, all new tonight on cbs 2 news at
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ready to cheer on the hawks this weekend - the team will as we get ready to cheer on the hawks the team will cheering on a young iowa girl. >> her nurses and doctors and care team were here. i would just want to tell themselves them thank you. we didn't know how to handle this but you us our lives and her life. >> 7-year-old is opening the football season as the first kid captain. she has a genetic disorder from preventing her blood from clotting. she will take the field saturday to share her story in hopes of inspiring a hawkeye win. we need to look at your frkt if that are weekend and lots brewing tonight.
arounds here? not so much. that's part of the reason why. it's taken all of the energy in the atmosphere and focusing in the eastern u.s. meaning we're going to get by high and dry. see the clear skies now and tomple with more sunshine. temperatures in the mid-70s. much like today. another picture-perfect day. great way to start off a holiday weekend. >> but some of that tropical hurricane can affect our weather. >> just because it's blocking the atmosphere. so we don't get any ra it. >> we get the good stuff. >> yes. once you're in it, you're in. >> thanks for joining us. quick heads town those big brothers fans t. will air tonight after football after the news at 12:37 a.m. 12:37 a.m. big brother. don't miss it. don't miss it. we'll see you cha' doin? just checking my free credit score at credit karma. what the??? you're welcome. i just helped you dodge a bullet. but i was just checking my...
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> dubois: her comes hermine. it's now a hurricane threatening to become the first to make landfall in florida in more than a decade. also tonight, donald trump's softer stand on illegal immigration hardens again. >> anyone who has ent united states illegally is subject to deportation. >> dubois: what goes up goes down in flames. an embarrassing setback for the private space flight industry. and a pro football player's refusal the stand for the national anthem angers military veterans. >> if he's not for our country and the united states flag, get out of my country. this is the "cbs evening news"