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jefferson high school, after the campus was put on lockdown after a shooting early this mor. morning.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live - -at jefferson right now with the latest.stephanie? campus was put on lockdown following a shooting early this morning. stephanie johnson is live at jefferson right now with the latest. >> reporter: right now the scene is clear and classes have resumed at jefferson high school. earlier today, parents and the cedar rapids police department was called after they responded to a call before 8 student suffering from a gunshot wound behind the school's auditorium. the student was a 15-year-old boy. we're working on obtaining his name but police confirmed the gunshot wound was self- inflicted. the student was taken to the hospital and the school was placed on lockdown. the cedar rapids community school district alerted parents that the school was dealing with the emergency medical situation and that it was secure.
not do enough to alert them of the emergency happening here. >> do you think is doing a good job? >> absolutely not. there could be better communication when it comes to situation like these. >> i found out from facebook. not from the school. the phone call i got said it was a medical emergency. >> reporter: the school district sent out two messages to parents. in the second message they described what it was and classes have resumed. students have early dismissal today at 1:30 pm. parents are welcome to pick up a student from class if they feel the need to. about the student with the wound, we are told he is battling life-threatening injuries. that's all we know at this time. covering the corridor and cedar rapids, stephanie johnson, cbs2 news. very serious and sensitive
condemnation worldwide after testing its most powerful nuclear weapon yet. president obama has promised serious consequences following news of the test. craig boswell has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: north korea said the test triggered a magnitude 5 point 3 tremor. (nats of official speaking) officials from south korea, japan and the us quickly condemned the test.. the white house calling it a grave threat to regional security. (sot john kerry, secretary of state) that china, russia, the united states everybody shares concerns.bridge: president obama was briefed on the incident as he traveled home from his trip to asia. in a statement he said the united states does not, and never will, accept north korea as a nuclear state. the president says north korea's test would be met with serious consequences.(sot joshua pollack, nuclear expert)every
they come back at us with another test.(nats missle launch)just this week, the country launched three missiles while china hosted world leaders at the g-20 summit. officials say the nuclear test not only violates u-n security council resolutions but also raises concerns that the communist nation is a step closer to building a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the u.s. not only violate un security council resolutions but also raises concerns that the communist nation is a step closer to building a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. north korea said the test sanctions and u.s. hostility in the region. last month, the u.s. and south korea have joint military exercises. at the capital, president obama has invited the top four congressional leaders to a meeting next week. sources say republican leaders, senator mitch mcconnell, and speaker paul ryan, along with democrats, heavy read and house minority leader, nancy pelosi, have been invited. the meeting is expected to focus on the agenda of the final months of the year,
partnership and to fund the fight against the zika virus. in the race for the white house, donald trump will make another visit to iowa next week. republican nominee will hold a rally at the seven flags event center in clive on tuesday. doors open at 9 am in the event is scheduled to start at noon. this is his third visit to the state since the republican national convention in july. for ticket information head to our website, cbs2iowa.com. hillary clinton too time attacking trump on the praise for russian president valdimir putin. but state republicans are defending trump's comments about putin.trump called him a strong leader but critics say trump's remarks were insensitive -- since putin's government jails protestors and censors the media.cbs 2 leader but critics say trump's remarks were insensitive since but he protests. he spoke with jeff kaufman who try to separate the policies
leadership and -- i don't know that that is a value judgment on that particular person. >> this week, we dig deeper into that form and look at the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. iowa in focus airs sunday morning at 10:30 am here on cbs2. coming up , we will take it to the black cover, at of a new movie based on the miracle on the hudson in the story of captain sully. we have heavy rainfall moving through northern parts of eastern iowa right now. a flash flood warning is in effect for bremer and butler counties until 5:30 pm. we also have a flash flood watch in effect through the overnight hours.
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stars walked a black carpet for the new york city premiere. of news partner, circa, was there and has the details. >> brace for impact. >> it shouldn't be an incredible rocket of possibility flying from laguardia to charlotte. it was. and he said, well, that's my job to be prepared for that. he did his job. >> i was a 21-year-old kid and i was riding in the back o military plane of which i was just a passenger and we went down. i did know a little bit about what it feels like to be in a water landing. and what it feels like when the engines are not running. >> what a self-aggrandizing tale makes it look amazing to tell? >> i think that was a little girl being bullied in my elementary school. i invited her to my birthday
>> i stopped a woman from being mugged. >> just a come this far. it's a combination of luck and skill. >> i don't know what he would've done. he would've put their heads off and kept on going. who do not of thought anything of it. >> for more stories on entertainment, politics and current events, check out the link to circa on our weit i'm in the weather center with meteorologist rebecca kopelman. we've had a lot of rain lately. will we have more? there is more coming and we really don't need it. >> i don't want it, personally. my umbrella is in my car at all times since i moved to iowa. you will need raingear again today. it is already feeling muggy air outside. we have showers and thunderstorms moving through. that has led to a flash flood
butler and eastern sliver of bremer county. this is for this afternoon until 5:30 pm. there has been upwards of three inches of rain that have fallen in those areas. a lot of heavy rains in short at the time could lead to flash flooding. the heaviest rain has shifted into much of bremer county now, east of waverly. but could be some additional rainfall the could lead to flooding. all of this rain has been set up north of highway 20 this morning and has been ongoing for several that is why we have the concern for flooding through the rest of the day. now this rain will continue to move to the east and will move into parts of fayette county and clayton county, west union, near you by 12:30 pm. fayette by 12:38. moving towards harpers ferry in the river by 12:56. we still have multiple rounds of rain on the way that will start to affect other parts of the area. we have already seen reports
radar. locally higher amounts are possible throughout the rest of the day. the next round of rain is starting to develop and western parts of the state and also into nebraska. that is the source of our last round of rain with a cold front that will move through. because we have more rain, there is a flash flood watch in effect north of highway 20 until 1:00 on saturday for these counties in green. it does not include black hawk county and waterloo. it is north of highway 20. that is where we could have rainfall over the next hour or so -- there will be a break but this next line of storms will start to enter the northwestern parts of our area by 4:00 and continue to the south and east through the evening hours. by 6:00, 7:00, enter the central part of our area and moved to the south and east. we will start to dry out. we
to dry out close to midnight tonight. that does up some concerns for friday night football. that could be affected by showers and thunderstorms to the. if there is a lightning in the area, it will be scattered that it could possibly affect some areas. otherwise it will be cloudy, warm and muggy with temperatures in the low 70s. this is due to a cold front that will move through. after a does, high pressure moves in and we will have nicer weather. the weekend including the cy- hawk game. this will not be interrupted by weather. off at 67 degrees. nice and cool and a little breezy with winds of the north and west. for today we have to get through warmth and a chance for showers and thunderstorms. the threat of heavy rainfall and the potential for flooding and flash flooding. stay off any of those roadways that are flooded today. as we head into the weekend, nicer and cooler weather. temperatures in the 70s.
then we warm up on monday. another chance for rain tuesday. recall back down wednesday and thursday. people going to the cy-hawk game, you may need a jacket by the end of the. temperatures will be falling. >> i can get with that. it's been hot for a little while and i'm from the south so i'm used to it that being away from the south for so long, i'm ready for colder weather. >> some of fall football weather on the way once again. still ahead, issues thousands of people are facing today. 15 years after the 9/11 terror attacks. a' doin? just checking my free credit score at credit karma.
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ringing attorney general loretta lynch led a moment of silence at the department of justice today -- ahead of the attorney general, loretta lynch, that a moment of science -- silent at the state department today. she also dedicated a commemorative plaque for the survivor tree which was planted in the doj courtyard on last
pear tree that stood on the world trade center plaza on september 11, 2001, and narrowly survived the terror attack. >> and as you see the tree today it is still small but it will grow. and it will flourish in years to come. a living expression of our nations renewed hope. our nation's indomitable spirit, and this departments commitment to those ideals. 15 years after the world trade center attacks, cancer remains one of the biggest concerns for first responders, survivors and residents.as kenneth craig explains - so far - more than 5 thousand have been diagnosed with cancers related to 9-11. 11. (kenneth/john gerrish/ walk and talk)(kenneth): so how are you feeling today? (john:) today i feel okay - feeling pretty good.john gerrish says he has good days, and bad days. but he tries to stay positive.the former new york city deputy police chief is battling non hodgkins lymphoma - a blood cancer - ...15 years after the twin towers collapsed in front of his eyes... and the dust cloud
chief)it hurt to breath. i was sitting in my office in 1pp. kenneth: inside? him: inside! and it hurt to breath.new research from the new york city department of health shows rescue and recovery workers as well as residents exposed to the dust and debris have an increased risk of cancer. the study finds significant increases in prostate cancer and melanoma. natsdoctor michael crane leads the world trade center health program at mount sinai hospital.(dr. michael crane, program mount sinai hospital) the exposure at world trade center had a definite impact on the rate of cancer in our population and we will continue to see that increase above and beyond the age effect.he says doctors in his program are now diagnosing 10- 15 new cancer cases each week including rare cancersa& like carcinoid.(dr. michael crane world trade center health program mount sinai hospital) you could go an entire medical career and not see something like this and we now have 16 17, 18 in our population many
cancers. his prostate cancer is now in remission. and the lymphoma is stable. (sot john gerrish/ former nypd deputy chiefi feel lucky and blessed that i'm not as sick - i know people who have died. he's sharing his story to encourage more people take that first step and get checked out. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. right now, about 22-thousand responders are being seen at the world trade center health program at mount sinai. coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon,the new teclo helping people get turned in the right direction, by using
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the company has fired 5300 employees for their part in the bogus scheme. federal authorities are also forcing the company to compensate companies who had to pay fees because of the accounts. some of the employees say they were under pressure to meet sales goals. it seems iowa is the best state in the country for the banking industry. money rates.com was to the hawkeye state as one of the top 10 best states for bank health. personal-finance site gave iowa high marks for the number of banks iowa has 300 banks but that number is dropping. the worst places for banking are maryland and washington, dc. if you like to see how other states fared, head to our website, cbs2iowa.com. some phones will be a no-no on planes and if you are lost, new technology will let your feet lead you in the right direction. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with these stories and more. >> reporter: nissan is recalling 120,000 cars and suvs because of the brake fluid
have caught fire and the company is warning drivers to park their vehicles outside until they are fixed. markets opened lower this morning, before the opening bell today, traders at the new york stock exchange marked the 15th anniversary of the attacks on september 11. they had a moment of silence to honor victims, survivors and their families. the faa has taken the extraordinary step of mourning airline passengers not to turn on or c smartphone during flights after reports the batteries could catch fire. the faa also warned passengers not to put the galaxy note 7 devices in their checked bags. last week samsung recalled the phones. and now you can have your gps navigation on your feet. the dutch sportswear maker has created navigator boots that connect to an app on your phone
vibrate to let you know if should turn left or right and when. they cost about $300. that is your cbs money watch report. former follow me on twitter. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jill wagner. atlanta is keeping its title as the world's busiest airport for another year. according to a report from the airports council international, or than 101 million passengers pass through the airport in 2015. i was one of those. it makes it to the top spot for the 18th this airport is within a two- hour flight of 80% of the united states population. rebecca has your weather to go next but first here's a look
it turns out they are named after president theodore roosevelt while he was on a hunting trip he refused to shoot an injured. because it would be unsportsmanlike. after that the cartoon of the incident was created and president teddy was forever associated with bears. i did not know that back story. >> i did not know. speaking of ted, if you want to grab it. there are lot of thunderstorms and showers at there. we have flash flood warning in effect for all of butler and northwestern sliver of bremer county until 5:30 pm. he could come across some of flooded roadways. avoid those today. we have heavy rainfall moving north of highway 20 into parts of waterloo and fayette counties. we do have a flash flood watch north of highway 20 through 1:00 tonight we have multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms and to become more likely after 4:00. they will and later tonight,
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? >> steffy: you want me to move back in with wyatt? do what i ask. >> quinn: leave eric. >> steffy: it's that easy. >> quinn: if you think it would be that easy, you have no idea what he means to me. >> steffy: i know how much wyatt means to you. the lengths you went to get us together. do you want our marriage to succeed? the only chance wyatt and i have is if you leave my grandfather. >> eric: i'm back. c.e.o. living in the house again. you never would have left in the