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at five,fryfest is in full swing - we check in on the festivities ?and cbs 2 0. fry fest is in full swing. tomorrow the hawkeyes take on miami of ohio for the first football game of the today - fans are getting an early start on the celebration. cbs 2 news reporter mellaney moore is live at fry fest in coralville - a place where it's all hawkeye - all the time. mellaney? we've met a lot of people down here at . >> reporter: we have met a lot they go toward kinnick stadium. right now the gateway project is under construction on iowa city's dubuque street to reduce the impacts of flooding. tomorrow, single-lane traffic
lanes after the game.it's expected to last about an hour and a half with people there running traffic lights. construction will still be going on at that time, so drivers are asked to use all available lanes and be patient, attentive and courteous. melissa clow, iowa city special projects administrator 15:57:41 we do have two lane traffic down to mayflower, but a lot of people just sat in that right-hand lane, so especially this weekend with moving football, we want to encourage everyone to use both lanes, so we don't back up on i-80. merge where the merge city and the university will meet after this first game to talk about how it went.she says they may consider having both lanes coming in to games as well.covering the corridor in coralville mellaney moore cbs 2 news live at five. before you enter kinnick in coralville, melanie morris,
there are new rules. ui keeping its clear bag policy introduced at the last season. anything you bring in needs to be in a plastic bag or tote. although smoul clutch purses are allowed. there's a bag check area if you need to store something during the game. staff are wearing lime green shirts. you can't miss them and they will be there to answer any questions. the man with the answers about tomorrow's match up on the field is here now. cbs two sports anchor has a at how iowa is expected to play against a team that doesn't have the greatest record. >> that's the million dollar question. the county down to kick off is in 24 hours and there's hype around this season. the hawks open up with miami of ohio that only one three games last year and has never beaten iowa so this game is all about the hawk eyes and they can't
a long time. ever since the taste of the rose bowl still hasn't left our mouths. we're ready to hurry up and get after it with this game. >> we have been playing against each other for three weeks and now it's a way we can go against someone else and bring that aggressiveness. >> history is on their side too. the hawks have won 14 of their last 15 openers. >> still fun to see. can't wait. let's see how the weather is holding up for chief meteorologist terri swells is here with your weather first forecast. i was thinking about the fans around iowa and they came up with a statistic here. the growth of college football has expanded and right now there's 50 million college football fans here in the united states. if you're one you have been chomping at the bit to see football and tomorrow is a beautiful day planned for the
temperature will be 77 degrees tomorrow. skies sunny and winds are light. another big game tomorrow night is iowa state verses une and that's out in aims. mostly clear skies. picture perfect conditions and this nice weather should be around throughout the holiday weekend. we breaking news into the cbs two newsroom police in corralville are investigating an apparent shooting just down the street from fry fest. the shooting happened in the 500-block of 5th street. police are on the scene now not releasing much information at this point. very active scene. stay with cbs two news in this newscast and we'll keep you posted as this story continues
district is paying nearly $50,000 to former administrators scott?karen - former long-time washington principal, doctor ralph plagman will be given nearly 170- thousand dollars as part a separation agreement with the district. plagman resigned last month, after a substitute teacher admitted to having a sexual relationship with a student. that teacher, mary haglin, says the school found out about the relationship in february and after an investigation, the district decided to let h investigation also resulted in the resignations of washington's activities director, michael johnson and the district's human resources director jill cirivello.the school district released the separation agreements for all three former administrators to cbs 2 news. in addtion to plagman's 170-thousand, johnson will recieve 135- thousand and cirivello 43- thousand--all over and above their retirement benefits. in exchange, the three have
charged with sexual exploitation and is due back in court next thursday. if you'd like to see the full breakdown of the contracts, we've put them on our website, if you would like to see the full break down, we put them on our website, cbs two iowa.com. a former stanford swimmer got caught sexually assaulting an unconscious woman is out of jail today. he served three out six-month sentence. prosecutors say he was assaulting the woman when two strangers walked by, saw him, chased him and pinned him down until police arrived. turner says he will live with his parents in dayton ohio where he will have to register as a sex offender for life. the judge who granted the light sentence removed himself from hearing criminal cases in the future. california lawmakers have also sense called for mandatory
turner's lawyer says they will appeal the conviction. football star colin kaepernick fuelled more krift schism last night when he chose not to stand during the star spangled banner. he was joined by teammate eric reid for the ie lent protest of the oppression of minorities. the crowd erupted in boos as he took the field and led the teem to their first touchdown. his stance has dwie divided fans with some calling him others a disgrace. >> don't ever disrespect my flag or country or anybody in the service. >> that speaking up and by taking a stand and saying something is acknowledging something that is repressed in this country and has been for a long time. >> colin kaepernick has vowed to continue his protests until he sees a change. a major consumer alert today. samsung electronics are recalling millions of their
smartphones. marly hall has details and what it could mean for the global technology market. >> reporter: samsung launched their galaxy seven note weeks ago but consumers have reported smartphones take catching fire prompting the company to recall two and i half million devices. at a press conference in south carolina the president says the recall will cost so much it makes his heart ache. the company has identified a glitch in has caused 35 phones to explode or catch fire while charging. >> there's been other phones that have caught fire. samsung has millions of phones recalled after they are released, i can't think of anything that's been as big as this. >> the super size note 7 was scoring strong reviews and better than expected sales.
is expected to announce the newest iphone next week. >> this is the possible time. they had a real hit on their hands and looked like they were going to out match apple and look what happened. >> samsung says it's replacement phones will be available in about two weeks. marly hall, cbs news, new york. in the presidential race today, democratic nominee hillary clinton is taking the day off but her use of a private e-mail server campaign. the fbi has released information from its investigation into her e-mails. republican nominee is using the next couple days to appeal to african american voters. today he spent time at a round table discussion with black leaders in philadelphia. tomorrow trump is scheduled to visit a predominantly black church in detroit. the two candidates will square off in the first debate on the 26th of this month.
to connect the presidential candidates to viewers to inform and empower you. we have reached out to them to participate in stations across the country as well as our station. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. share your thoughts with us by e-mail or facebook. the weekend is finally here and it's big. what can we expect from the skies? fry fest is more activities this weekend with fireworks at 10:00. temperatures dropping back into the upper 50s so a light coat or sweatshirt might come in handy if you're headed to the event tonight. the rest of the holiday weekend weekend looks good.
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safer because food cooks more evenly and fruits and vegetables can be grilled with no health risks. >> now we're hungry for some chicken on the grill or steak. >> i was about to cry there. talking about the end of summer and not eating the food. bad stuff. >> let's get to weather. that's good stuff. >> that's one thing i promise you won't get any better this time of year. it's a nice forecast. 75 degrees out there now. clouds floating around and they will go away. dew points are in the 50s and man, it's really nice across eastern iowa and much of the midwest tonight. high school football to talk about. kick off temperatures around 71 degrees winds are light and clear skies. a perfect night to take in your favorite local team. as we look at the satellite tonight, not too much happening
skies are nice and clear. to the west high thin clouds have shown up towards the western iowa border but they are very thin and look worse than they actually are. they are staying to the west of us again tomorrow so another excellent day on the way. here's today's highs in the 70s around much of eastern iowa. our normal highs are around 79 to 80 degrees so we were below normal and our current temperatures haven't changed too much from the highs. most of us in the range low to mid 70s here in the eastern half of the state. now to the south eastern u.s., this is what's left of hermine. that hurricane came to shore in florida and worked its way on the northeast heading towards south carolina tonight with gusty winds and heavy rain and from here we think the storm will eventually track out to sea and hug the coast and just be somewhere off the coast of new jersey or virginia through much of the upcoming weekend. so the national hurricane center
with the storm over the eastern u.s. for several more days, things aren't moving across the country and once again good weather for us as the nastiness stays to the west. here's our total precipitation forecasting through labor day. you see the showers and storms will be forced to the west of us because of the storm on the eastern united states. so we expect to see dry conditions all the way through labor day. temperatures will begin to rise a bit as we get towards sunday as our winds turn sourly and by labor day we're well into the 80s and by the end of the next week a ridge over the eastern united states developing and that means warm humid air warming back into the midwest. with the humidity and instability will come the chance for scattered showers and storms starting tuesday and much into thursday, friday, and into the upcoming weekend. so there's some interesting issues coming up in the forecast but no problems as far as the
tonight we'll see lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s around eastern iowa like last night. lots of stars around. for tomorrow sunny skies and nice mild conditions out. just an excellent day. 75 to 80 from north to south across eastern iowa. the extended forecast has 81 on sunday and up to 87 on monday so that's when we start warming things up. tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday warm, humid conditions and temper the type of weather that's good for thunderstorms and i expect to see some scattered around in the forecast tuesday through friday. still ahead live at 5:00, labor day driving comes with scary dangers. why lawmakers say their plans would make drivers safer. let's take a live look at the university of iowa this sunny afternoon. hawk eye fans spending the night at fry fest celebrating ahead of
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the roads.last year - six people died in car accidents. cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee shows us last year six people died in car accidents. stephanie lee shows it what the state is doing to step up safety measures. >> reporter: there are simple things you can do. >> slow down and plan your route and leave in plenty of time and if you're drinking have a designated driver. >> make sure you actually do that. >> we provide funding for enforcement. >> traffic and safety agent says state troopers are working overtime patrolling the roads labor day weekend. >> the things we look at are speed, impaired driving and people not wearing seat belts. >> reporter: drivers also shouldn't be distracted behind the wheel. he says the best thing to do is wait until you're completely done driving. >> we're up about 20% in fatalities from where we were a year ago.
people died in car crashes this year and some question if iowa needs a tougher crack down. right now an officer can only give a texting while driving ticket if they catch the driver breaking another law first. but the up tick in deaths is an issue that can't be taken lightly and lightly will be a top discussion at the state house next session. >> the governor's office and legislature next year will certainly take a strong look at that's a primary offense or other avenues. let's take another live look out near north liberty. traffic moving
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breaking news out of corralville where reports are coming in that a shooting has happened on 5th street near 5th avenue down from fry fest. so far they're not releasing details of what happened but it was at or near an apartment at that intersection. we have a crew on the way to the scene so stay with us for the news at 6:00 and we'll bring you the newest details. hawk eye fans have a new way through instagram. photos and videos will appear together in the slide show throughout the day from tailgate in the morning until the hard hits on the field. you can find their account at hawk eye football. terri is back with us now. you have almost a teenager, i bet she's on ingram. >> hopefully she can show me how
clue. >> it's not easy. i look to my teenager children too for help. >> there's a commercial about that too. pretty good. so weather wise i just don't have a lot of issues to deal with tonight. skies are nice and clear out there. 75 degrees right now and the dew point is only 58 and there's no humidity and that makes it extra nice. with high school football you can expect a temperature around 69 degrees and mostly clear skies and comfortable conditions and tomorro of today, once again in the upper 70s with mostly sunny skies. >> you may need a light jacket when the sun goes down. >> it does cool down with that dry air. thank you for joining us live at 5:00. hope you will be back here at hope you will be back here at 6:00 right after thet karma aga" "just wanna see if my score changed..you wanna check yours?" "scores don't change that much. i haven't changed." "oh really?"
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