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right now, live at five,if you or someone you know are expecting twins - there's a new date to watch for. why these pregnancies follow a coming up. or someone you know siren sound soundthat sound prompted many of us to look up at the stormy skies this morning. it worried many viewers who called us here at cbs 2 news to find out what was happ - it was just a test of the weather alter system ?but those tests aren't supposed to be done in stormy weather. i'm here in the weather center with chief meteorologist terry swails who has been tracking
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a favorite breakfast stop in
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caused major damage. cbs 2 news brought you the first avenue fire at riley's on live at five. the manager of moose mcduffy's next door noticed the flames and called fire crews. riley's was closed avenue fire at rallies. the manager of moves make that these next door noticed the flames and called fire crews. it was closed at the time and no one inside was hurt. one firefighter had to go to the hospital for heat related illness. he is expected to be okay. will once again be able to order riley's food on first avenue, but not in the riley's the street at daisy's garage that resaraunt is also owned riley's owners, the penky family. now while they wait to see if they will reopen rileys restaurant also owned daisy's garage.
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will reopen at the riley's in this location, they want to make sure all of their staff still have a job to come to. fire fighters believe yesterday's family started by a vent fan overheated. most of the damage was contained to the kitchen and dishwashing areas. other parts of the building have heavy smoke and water damage. but the owners think that they will rise from the ashes. >> people love this location. it is so iconic and the owner have us stay here. we think it would be good if we could make it work and have the support in -- support of the community and continue right here. but this'll give us a couple of months breather while we try to rebuild. the new university of iowa children's hospital is putting together its final additions. as you know it is scheduled to open at the end of this year.
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a sneak peek inside. >> the people working on this project since day one state is going according to plan and are on track to move the children into this new building in december. it is still coming together for the iowa board of regents and project director said new equipment is drawn specifically to keep the children from feeling stressed when they get a procedure. hospital designers wanted to make this building patient driven and work with advisory committee and the youth advisory council. leaders of the project say they will also be training the hospital team so everything goes smoothly when they are moving the kids to this new building. >> all the neonatal intensive care units -- rooms the pediatric rooms with 183 beds ready to go to serve their needs. >> if you're interested in seeing hospital for yourself they are holding public tours
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stomach there has been much debate over when it is best to deliver twins. scott sanborn joins me now with the group who says they have pinned down an answer. >> i am blessed with twin granddaughters so it is especially interesting to me what they have to say. full term pregnancy is less about 40 weeks. but new research suggests moms possible health risks to the t mother and her babies. you don't want babies to come before their bodies are developed enough to handle the outside world, but waiting to term increases the risk they'll be stillborn. those issues are on top of other complications that are more likely to come up when a woman is expecting multiple children. because of that risk, many clinicians are prone to try and deliver these pregnancies earlier than what they planned to and that exposes the babies to risk of prematurity so this group of researchers got together to figure out
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on bringing these bundles of joy into the world. they looked at more than 35- thousand pregnancies and found plan to bring these bundles of joy into the world. they looked at more than 35,000 pregnancies and found twins delivered at 37 weeks have the best chance of living a healthy life. doctors note studies like this are vital as more people look to in vitro fertilization. because in vitro increases the chance a mother will have more than one baby at a time. they suspect in vitro's popularity is really coming from parents who want to wait a little later to have children. >> we are loving the fact you have grandchildren who are twins. stomach tomorrow officials in florida will start spreading a controversial chemical to kill mosquitoes carrying zika. in some areas crews have been using an environmentally friendly and organic material called bdi to kill the mosquitoes. but some say it is not strong enough and
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used. in august kruse alternated between the organic bacteria and a neurotoxin called mailer. while it sports a there is no doubt that neyland is infected -- effective it is banned in europe over health fears. european health officials say it is dangerous for pregnant women and could result in babies developing behavioral issues. the cdc and the epa both insist it is safe. stomach that same insecticide beekeepers worried about their livelihoods. keepers in south carolina woke up last week to find millions of dead honeybees. they were killed by neyland, the insecticide meant to kill mosquitoes carrying zika. advocates worry if they continue to be used to be population will price of eggs has dropped nearly a dollar a dozen. you're saving a few dimes on a gallon of milk and a couple of quarters for a pound of ground
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for your dinner budget, when food prices fall, it often means ?farmers are making less for their crops. (sot/pete bonds & manuel) (10 39 07) "18 months ago these cows would have been worth about $3,000 and they're probably worth $1,500 now." // "the loss in value means?" "several million dollars." "several million dollars?" "yea" "yeah."the nation's food supplies have been steadily growing while demand has declined in major overseas markets like china where american goods are now more costly. experts say if this trend continues for too long, smaller survive. the government has already tried to boost the dairy industry by buying up millions of dollars worth of cheese that will be given out to food banks. with the amount of food grown and produced in iowa - it's easy to assume that everyone has enough to eat.sadly - hunger ?is a problem in our state - and in the corridor. now - there will be fewer people going to bed hungry after the work done today by more than a hundred volunteers in johnson county. 2 news reporter
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action and joins us live from the county fairgrounds. according to social services, one out of seven people in johnson county doesn't have enough to volunteers packed thousands of meals to try to help. help.the goal is to reach 20 thousand meals.volunteers worked in team assembly lines to make it happen.the roughly three thousand pounds of ingredients are staying in the area.the meals will go to hunger relief organizations in lines to make it happen. the roughly 30 ingredients are staying in the area. the meals will go to hunger relief organizations in washington and johnson counties, and feed families here. >> focusing on hunger and this morning we are packaging cinnamon out bull meals. research shows that children will have a healthy nutritious meal and will be more ready to learn a school. >> if this looks like something you would like to be a part of both the united way and outreach programs say they are
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on our website. the rain keeps pouring in there are concerns of possible flash flooding. let's ask terry squeals when we will see an end to this wet weather. >> it looks like it will be out of here by tomorrow morning and we will have a short break. there is more rain for the forecast on friday and some of that to be heavy too. tonight, the radar is still active here in eastern iowa. passed through.
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those showers and thunderstorms that developed in the northern counties last night finally worked their way onto the southeast. now everyone has seen some rain. currently cloudy skies in cedar rapids, the temperature at 75. winds are still of the southwest, the dewpoint still in the 70s. there is plenty of moisture back in eastern iowa. until we can get some of them moved out of here will have that chance for additional thunderstorms. here are some of the rain totals that have come into us so of the core five. 5 inches of rain came down last night. dorchester had about five. 25 inches. there's decorah three more inches after picking up 8 inches a couple of weeks ago. dubuque almost 2 inches of rain. northeast of cedar rapids one. 14 inches and iowa city another inch of rain from the showers and storms last night and during the day today. in these green counties about highway 22 south that part of our viewing area currently in a flood watch and i will go into
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for early tomorrow morning. there is that possibility of some flash flooding in this area of additional thunderstorms that are expected to develop as we go into the overnight hours. this first wave of storm activity that came to this afternoon is now pushed off into illinois, and wisconsin. things have quieted down in eastern iowa. there are a few light showers but most of those are confined to our southern and western counties. as we go back out on this our front is still draped through this area here.
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counties. tomorrow becoming mostly sunny and looks like a dry day with less humidity. especially the north temperatures ranging from 75 in the far nort to come sitting on waterloo, 80 and dubuque and 82 in cedar rapids. the last batch of rain rolls through on friday. by saturday temperatures cooled down in the sun comes out. that nice weather will last into monday. our next chance of rain tuesday and after that things cooling off even more. by wednesday of next week with some of our highs back in the 60s. breaking news just in. the cedar rapids substitute teacher who admitted to cbs two
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relationship and has now red a pleaded not guilty. haglin has accused the school district of trying to cover up the relationship when they found out in february. the school district says they followed the correct procedures and fired haglin months later. haglin's trial is set for november 14th. still ahead live at five... as a teenager, matt van auken lost his father in 9-11. as we get ready to lost their lives 15-years ago - he reflects on those years and what his father would have to say. this is a live look at nature in iowa city - some geese there on this wednesday afternoon. there's more news ahead when live at 5 continues on cbs 2.
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roughly three thousand children lost their parents on nine-11 and for many the trauma of that day has followed them into adulthood. roughly 3000 children lost their parents on 9/11. for many the trauma on that day has followed them into adulthood. 15 years later we caught up with one of the children of 9/11. >> before matt vanauken moved
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jersey finally did what he longed avoided, visit his father's name at the world trade center memorial. >> i just stood there for a while and let it come out. it's like now i can go. now i can leave. >> the visit that finally helped to make peace with his father's death was 12 years after 9/11. we first talked to matt as the first anniversary approached. he was a rebellious 15-year-old with big plans. >> i've had my dream of being my dad wanted me to succeed. so he would have been happy to see me grow up and go through medical school and pass all my classes and whatnot, and
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>> it turned out. >> today dr. vanauken is in his final year of medical residency. but his reasons for practicing medicine have changed. instead of a lucrative specialty, he decided to become a family doctor. >> the moment of healing after my father's passing ran the people who approached me and through daily meditation and yogaa& and annual letters to his dad.(sot matt van auken) nns-ncorrespondent: brook silva-braga contains handout photos from family(intro: roughly 3000 now.i are building that jamie and this family foundation of the foundation of this family that jamie and i are building now. matt and his wife live in washington where not only does matt practice, but also teaches yoga. "here's a live look down first avenue north east in cedar rapids. 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.
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hillary clinton will be asked for details on how they plan to protect the country from terrorists. plus, when we'll have an answer on raising the minimum wage in linn county. and, an iowa city home with blended styles could soon be a symbol of the city's history. these stories and more, all new tonight on cbs 2 news at
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a new type of housing is attracting young people taking advantage of the shared economy. advocates say the growing movement toward co- type of housing is attracting young people taking advantage of the shared economy. advocates say the growing movement toward the living is not about access, it's not about ownership rather it's about access. pod sharing. it is a membership -based home designed f place temporary -- temporarily or on the longer-term vacation. >> give up a little bit of privacy and a lot of social ability or collisions. >> i like sharing everything it's fun. but there's a lot more value to the experiences rather than having ownership over something. >> the homes offered dorm like living and modern amenities where people can meet, live and exercise together. the pods are more open than a
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meant to encourage interaction. oh those millennial's commentary, what'll they think of next? stomach without a lot of showers and thunderstorms moved through the past few hours. most of eastern iowa have seen 1 inch-5 inches of rain and we have flash flood watches out for central and southern counties throughout the nighttime hours. i am not overly thrilled about the prospects to be honest with you but i'm not real concerned about it. we will keep an eye on think the worst of it may stay south of our viewing area. for the moment you can see the storms that have shifted east of us, not too much going on but new development is likely especially in our central and southern counties. >> sophie of errands to run, children to pick up now is the time.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is.
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gallagher: this type of disaster hits, it's like, "man, what do we do? where do we start?" after the flood, when we came in here, there was nothing left. there's no way we're gonna do this ourselves. people like monica vernon really fought to get the assistance that led to the recovery. it took vision. it took courage. there is a true community spirit. i don't think she asked anybody after the flood whether they were democrat or republican. she took the bull by the horns,
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: channeling his inner reagan. >> peace through strength. >> peace through strength. >> pelley: trump lays out his foreign policy and draws fire from clinton. also tonight, a public bash lash delays mosquito spraying as the zika virus spreads. apple rolls out a new iphone. why hard core apple fans are i-rate. and a world war ii veteran wins her final battle. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: 62 days now before


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