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morning...the powerful ways americans remembered the 9-11 terrorist attacks at the start of the week. the biggest questions yet about one presidential candidate's health on the campaign trail. the latest iowans getting arrested for trying to stop the bakken pipeline. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry.
breaking news update now from the mosque that caught on fire . overnight.authorities now say it looks like it was set intentionally.the islamic center of fort pierce is the same mosque that orlando nightclub shooter omar mateen attended.the saint lucie county sheriff's office posted on facebook about ten minutes ago - that video shows someone walking up to the building right before a flash is seen - and flames start burning the mosque.the islamic center has gotten many threats since the nightclub attack -- both online and in person. authorities say they're waiting to release the video and are in their early stages of their investigation. overnight in new york city -- two giant towers of light illuminated the sky as a
killed in the september 11th terrorist attacks 15 years ago. the beams were created from 88 searchlights that were turned on just after sundown last night.they were first put in place six months after the attacks -- now they've turned into a yearly tradition.they will stay up until dawn. americans all over the united states paused to remember the thousands of people who died 15 years ago sunday.at ground zero -- each o thousand victims were remembered individually. individually.nats reading of nas namesthe victim's names were read in new york.crowds paused in shanksville, pennsylvania -- where where flight 93 crashed into a field.at the pentagon -- president obama spoke about america's diversity -- and urged all americans to stick together and defeat hatred.
many, we are one. for we know that our diversity, our patchwork heritage is not a weakness. it is still and always will be one of our greatest strengths." the 15 year anniversary was also the start of the n-f-l season -- and every game honored the victims of the terror attacks.in all 13 stadiums -- a lot of fans saw flag's the size of the entire football field -- while politicans honored the country. vice president joe biden helped unveil a giant flag in philadelphia -- and former president george w. bush was at the coin-flip in dallas. "as the years go by, september 11th, 2001 can seem like part of a different era. for many, today may feel like any football sunday in america, but for the nearly 3,000 families whose loved ones were stolen 15 years ago the memory
so is the pain." pain."there were some players who protested racial inequality during the ceremonies.four dolphins players took a knee during the anthem -- just like 49-er quarterback colin kaepernick has been doing. the entire seattle seahawk team locked arms -- honoring the victims. new questions about hillary clinton's health have now emerg. emerged.on sunday -- the democratic nominee for president left the the 9-11 ceremony at ground zero early and her campaign said she was er cancelling events today and tomorrow in california.a doctor who examined her says she has pneumonia and was dehydrated.video shows her stumbling to get into her van. clinton went to rest at her daughter's apartment nearby and left a short time later. "i'm feeling great, i'm feeling great. what happened?" clinton shrugs shrugsclinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday -- given antibiotics and told to rest.the clinton campaign says
home. republican presidential candidate donald trump was also at the ground zero ceremony.he told reporters he didn't know anything about clinton's health incident.both trump and clinton agreed to put their campaign activities on hold to honor the 15th anniversary of the attacks. trump also left the ceremony before it was over. trump is getting ready come through iowa again.the g-o-p nominee is holding an event in the des moines area tomorrow at the seven flags event center in clive.that starts at noon -- head to our website cbs-2-iowa-dot-com for information about how to get tickets. developing overnight - police in alabama say six people were shot -- including one person who was killed -- during a peace rally. it happened last night in birmingham -- police say that all six victims were innocent bystanders.the condition of other five victims has not been released.right now -- police are investigating -- a motive hasn't been released. still developing this morning - a bus driver was killed in colorado -- after a school bus
footll the denver international airpor. airport.the female driver died at the scene.at least 10 other people were taken to the hospital on sunday -- two of those patients are in serious condition.police say the bus was leaving when the driver turned back around. "the bus driver cirled back around, to this level, we don't know why. it is unexpected, she was one of three buses that were traveling outbound and the preliminary information from the other bus drivers that it was quite don't really know why." why."the terminal near the crash had to be shut down while investigators worked the scene. authorities in iowa city want more information about a young man's body they over the weeken. weekend.the johnson county sheriff's office says 20- year-old nathan twedt was found dead just before 8 saturday night in the iowa river.his body was recovered north of the benton street bridge.twedt is from the marion area and was enrolled at the university of northern iowa.if you saw something
sheriff office asks you call 319-356-6020. iowa city police are also asking witnesses for help after a weekend shooting. shooting.just before two sunday morning -- police saw people running near the corner of burlington and clinton streets.witnesses reported a person with a hand-gun. hand-gun.officers later arrested demontrae poole from cedar rapids.just after that -- a person showed up at the emergency room with a gunshot wound. still many unanswered questions.the shooting victim is expected to survive. protests continue over the dakota access pipeline being constructed right now in four states- including iowa.at least 18 people were arrested in boone c. county."nats water is life, water is life." life."a large group of demonstrators gathered saturday to try to stop the work.people stood in front of construction equipment -- forcing authorities to handcuff them.many of the people risking arrest are
let them down. "the state seems to have stacked the deck against us and in favor of the dakota access pipeline company. it has come to this and we're ready to do what we need to do." do."before heading to the construction site -- protesters took non-violence training.the people arrested face trespassing charges -- but they say they wont stop until the pipeline is defeated. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.still to biggest obstacles congress has to overcome in a short session before campaigning for november kicks into gear.
scattered showers in the forecast they will start to do. as they do the clouds without out your back to clearing skies heading for wednesday . today sunny and breezy southwind 25 miles an hour. cedar rapids 81 60s on the board. not a bad night. the rain holds off to late clouds around every six a high. seventy-three for one day. should be a dry day. clouds the morning. thursday in my -- friday showers late thursday night.
saturday morning. high of 73 . i do expect clearing saturday evening . monday tuesday and went to upper 70s upper 70s to lower '80s. -- plan on for friday and showers as detailed the saturday. >> getting to the time of the year lecture . -- a night. there's an oktoberfest in marion the next iowa city . there is one woman in for pretty big surprise this weekend which was hit in the face with the following the sky this is is
>> with in a few seconds i was in the face with some. i think it may have been head face and as i smelled so bad afterwards. >> i am more likely to get struck by lightning the fifth from the sky. >> apparently a bird head of fish in on leases had. >> she believes the fish fell from 50 feet overhead measured 18 inches and weighed about 5 pounds. >> it might sound funny. >> it hurt all the way down to the. >> it left a scar under her left i and perhaps the most no one to. >> i was really upset actually.
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>> people don't understand that this stuff is extremely potent. >> he showed us with sugar typical bag of heroin but take a look at this. >> this is an equivalent dose using sugar. >> to try and save lives from those using this killer mix. >> heroin users are trying to find something equivalent to the first time they ever used and so some of these people actually when they hear about this really strong rope on the streets they will come in from the suburbs and get it. >> poison control centers are banding together to provide emergency information and treatment advice. >> or many healthcare providers have been using this as an important resource in treating patients they want all of us to know that many of us have this resource in our own backyards.
is a call center for emergency treatment anywhere in the country. that may be needed until an addict can save their own life. >> the poison control centers are staffed 24 hours a day seven days a week. there are 55 of them all across the country and they are all sharing information while this dangerous mix of heroin continues to spread. iowa. next a group group of americans struggling with suicide and the nationwide fight to get some help. sunshine this morning rain tomorrow morning in between a
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almost time to take a look at some cooler weather. first we reserved a couple of warm days for you. that's today and tomorrow. fifty-six in cedar rapids iowa city . waterloo 59. the bus features a cool call morning nice comfortable midday at 75 and 79 this afternoon. satellite radar quiet out there this morning. predictor all the way through the morning nice quiet conditions are expected. this afternoon minimal cloud cover because you do start to build as we headed through the evening and rain expected overnight . seventy-seven today in decorah. eighty-one iowa city. the south breeze of five to 15 miles our an hour gusting to 25. sixty tonight 73 tomorrow rain
wednesday thursday. we will cover around the mid to lower 70s for saturday and sunday. three new sculptures have been submerged just off the coast of cancun. it is now the largest museum of it's kind in the world. underwater works were made by a cuban artist and the director says the works are placed in areas that don't have coral reefs so tourists don't damage marine life. the museum it was originally created in 2009. it has more than 510 call sculptures . you need a scooper gear to go down and see it all but it is a unique place to go down and also to the silent to. it is a peaceful tour through the museum. coming up next find out where the hawks land on this week's college football
the wind brought water to prairie farms. then windmills went away, but the wind remained. chuck grassley thought it was time to bring
the windmill back. without the grassley legislation, and his effective leadership, the wind energy industry would not have succeeded. now, more than thirty one percent of all the electricity in iowa comes from wind. t just produce clean energy, they produce jobs. six thousand in iowa alone. google, facebook, microsoft and good paying manufacturing jobs have come to iowa for that energy. iowa produces more of its energy from wind than any other state.
cbs 2 this morning...the eastern iowa group trying to learn from veteran's suicide. the popular u-s sport that's hurting more athletes who play it. and eastern iowa and group of trying to learn from veteran suicides. the popular u.s. sport that is hurting more athlete to try to play it. a live look at 5380. not a whole lot of traffic or delays . plenty of cars on the road. it is very nice out there.
pleasant. lower to mid 50s on the board. fifty-six in cedar rapids. currently not a bad it started all. fifty-six nice clear cool this morning. southwind about five to 10 miles per hour. the radar has been calm and quiet . not much in the way of cloud cover . no moisture expected here this morning or midday. statewide is also very dry and call. now as we head for the rest of the week that does change your clouds build in this evening and we will see some rain chances tomorrow. seventy-five at noon. seventy-nine at 3:00 this afternoon. it will be breezy day with the southwind five to 15 gusting to
moving in in about ten minutes. memorials all across the country to remember the victims of 911 including of the core door. saint stephen's lutheran opened their doors to everyone. the inter- religious council reached out to the community for one night of reflection. organizers planned for about 50 people. more than double that showed up to build -- to fill in church pews. there prayers. it is important for members of every faith to come together to build bridges built by love and not hate. >> one of the effects of 911 has been i think a great deal of fear and sometimes hostility. suspicion. even hatred directed to muslim
with 911. >> after the service there was attcks are memorable to most people who lived through them. but corridor high schools are facing a new challenge with this year's freshmen class. class.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in the newsroom to explain. good morning kevin---both you and i can remember september 11th like it was yesterday but most students in school are just learning about it. social studies teachers say they are used to asking students remember about 9/11 - but that's starting to be impossible.nathan hellwig - a history teacher at iowa city high school - has his students speak with their family members who lived through the attacks and document what they are told.despite being born post-9/11 - hellwig says his students are still interested in learning about that day. everybody's watching. everybody is engrossed in it. usually when the bell rings, it's 'hey, we're moving on to
the year where students are very silent." silent."most middle and high school students use social media to gather information. information.and hellwig says it is not uncommon for students to stay after class - asking him questions about why the terror attacks happened. stephanie johnson cbs 2 news. the v-a estimates about 20 veterans commit suicide everyda. everyday.people gathered in lowden to honor one of them -- sergeant brandon ketchum. cbs 2 news reporter matt found out how his family and friends hope their loss brings to light the importance of v-a medical care and it's federal f. funding. on this beautiful day - veterans - friends - and family rode their motorcycles --in honor of sargeant brandon ketchum. : "we're happy to see so many cars and supporters and bikers show up." sgt ketchum served as a marine and in the national guard. he battled deamons upon his return and in july - took his own life. life.:"hopefully this will bring awareness so that more
bring life to this, and just get help to those that need it."the first annual patriot guard ride and car show not only honors sgt. ketchum -- but sheds light on a darkness guard writing show not only honors sergeant catching but sheds light looming over many american heroes. >> veterans don't get the care they need or deserve it. >> we're still dealing with this and we're going to be dealing with this for decades to come. >> those veterans who will fight for virginia medical care happened 15 years ago today. >> they won't be ready unless they put more resources and. >> despite an annual federal deficit there is an appropriations bill for the veterans association each year. >> we have to make sure that we put more resources into that because we don't have unlimited resources but this has to be a high priority. >> as for sergeant catch him his mother hopes his story lives
helping others. he more -- he major other shoulders -- soldiers got the help they needed. i hope with this information being out there he will save other lives. a group of veterans took to the streets in denver colorado for suicide awareness hike. the group want to 22 kilometers while wearing 22 kilograms of gear all to honor the 22 every day. organizers say it's meant to boost veteran morale by poking fun at the short shorts they wear during the hike. >> the intent is to start of the day with a laugh. immediately see all these big dudes with beards in of these little short . you can't be serious. >> 's organizer lost his friend to suicide. he said he chose to do it this weekend because about 90% of
more kids getting concussion are being sent to the hospital because there playing soccer. a new study is showing an alarming amount of kids in the u.s. are being sent to the er for soccer injuries. about 300 kids every day are being treated there. that comes from 25 years of data data. medical experts say the new numbers show the sport is going a popularity but also there is a greater awareness about concussions in all sports new federal data shows drinking and smoking among teenagers fell to new lows last year . the numbers are from the substance abuse and mental health services administration. the data says 9.6% of kids ages 12-17 used alcohol in 2015. that step from 70% in 2002. 20% of teens smoke everyday. that's down from 32%.
leaders in congress today -- before a deadline to fund the g. government.congress needs to pass new funding measures or the government will shutdown sometime in october.the white house is also pushing for a deal to give more funding to fight the zika virus -- scientists say money has essentially run out.the president's agenda could be tabled while many lawmakers get ready for the november election. the state of iowa has moved 800 sex offenders to a prison in central iowa from a facility in mount pleasant. -- they're in a prison in newton that state officials say is more secure.the mount plesant facility has a dormitory-style environment -- but in newton -- offenders will be housed in prison cells. the newton prison has just more than 12-hundred inmates now -- 800 of those will be sex offenders. the iowa hawkeyes are now two-and-oh - after winning the cy-hawk trophy -- and will have one more non-conference game before big ten play starts. the hawks climbed up three spots in the a-p top-25 poll
-- and are now ranked 13-th. that makes them the 5-th highest ranked team in the big . ten.even with the big win on saturday -- iowa actually dropped in the coaches poll one spot to number 11.iowa is back in action at kinnick stadium this saturday against five-time defending f-c-s national champs north dakota state. one hawkeyes career best night on the field turned into a night he'll never forget. forget.this is wide receiver matt vandeberg after hauling in seven catches for a high 129 yards and one score. this might be his biggest catch of the night -- vandeberg proposed to his girlfriend after the game -- and she said yes. it's and right now in it's degrees.there's still more cbs 2 this morning to come.but first let's take a look at what we're working on for fox 28 morning live. live.the incredible hike made by firefighters to honor the fallen in the september 11
and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and
that's what i'll do as president. plenty of sunshine on the way for your monday. our temperatures are going up thanks in part to breezy southwind. we will have gusts anywhere from 15-25 miles per hour this afternoon and warm weather translates into some rain chances later this evening and
clouds move in this evening showers moving overnight. will go back to the predictor here in just a bit. sixty-six at 10:00. seventy-three at noon and we are looking at a high of 79 as we head through the afternoon. cedar rapids downtown 56 degrees. winds out of the south and east at seven and are humidity is 93%. before in waterloo. iowa city 53 around the state of iowa today upper 70s to low '80s and there's that satellite and radar. nice and clear for us. we see a cold front on the move and that's what will drag the showers into our forecast later today. there's that front you can see from the 70s in minneapolis to the 60s back around rapid city and bismarck. warm front has already swept through so that along with the
us today. clouds a build in this evening with the frontal boundary and that is also where showers come from. will plan on a soggy overnight tonight and scattered showers as we head for the day tomorrow. nice quite a start to the day today. by 6:00 we will start to see clouds and northeast iowa be a bit more widespread by the later evening into the overnight there comes the first push of rain stays with a until 8:00 then we will keep scattered showers in the forecast f evening that moisture moves on -- out by tuesday night. were clearly overnight and we will continue to clear in the morning hours wednesday and clear out wednesday afternoon. sunny and warm temperatures 79 in waterloo. cedar rapids at the same. eighty-one in iowa city. tonight clouds build some stray showers after midnight. it will be a breezy night your
lower 60s out there. and the day tomorrow is offering up temperatures in the mid to lower 70s in the southern half iowa. northern half of iowa upper 60s to low 70s and that is as the cold front sweeps through. the wind the chains from the north and west tomorrow cooler tomorrow night 5673 is the high wednesday. mid 70s thursday showers possible late thursday night. often on a few rumble of thunder but nothing severe affect your tailgating for the hawkeyes on saturday but i expect to shatter is to move out of saturday afternoon and we are dry and fantastic in the mid- 70s and mostly sunny skies for the day on sunday. police are still looking for answers in the death of a man hit by a car and killed in
but it will warm us up so that helps. seventy-nine in cedar rapids. a little cooler in decorah. overnight in new york city to giant towers of light a limited to the sky as a visual memorial. the beams were created from 88 search lights that were turned on it just after sdo night. they were first put into place six months after the attacks and have turned into a yearly tradition now. they stay lit until dawn. americans all over the united states pause to remember the thousands of people who died 15 years ago sunday. many of the nearly 3,000 names
out loud in new york city. crowds paused in pennsylvania where flight 93 crashed into a field. at the pentagon in washington dc president obama spoke about america's diversity and urged all americans to stick together and defeat hatred. >> out of many we are one. for we know that our diversity our patchwork heritage is not a weakness it is still a a will be one of our greatest strength. >> the 15 year anniversary was also the start of the nfl season and every game on of the victims -- and every game on of the victims of the terror attacks. a lot of flags saw flags at the size of the entire football president george w. bush was at the coin-flip in dallas. "as the years go by, september
today may feel like any football sunday in america, but for the nearly 3,000 families whose loved ones were stolen 15 years ago the memory of that morning is fresh and so is the pain." pain."there were some players who protested racial inequality during the ceremonies.four dolphins players took a knee during the anthem -- just like 49-er quarterback colin kaepernick has been doing. the entire seattle seahawk team locked arms -- honoring the new questions about hillary clinton's health have now emerg. emerged.on sunday -- the democratic nominee for president left the the 9-11 ceremony at ground zero early and her campaign said she was o. overheated.now -- she's cancelling events today and tomorrow in california.a doctor who examined her says she has pneumonia and was dehydrated.video shows her stumbling to get into her van. clinton went to rest at her daughter's apartment nearby get to her van . clinton went
daughter's apartment nearby and then she left a short time later. candidate donald trump was also at the ground was also at the ground zero ceremony.he told reporters he didn't know anything about clinton's health incident.both trump and clinton agreed to put their campaign activities on hold to honor the 15th anniversary of the attacks.trump also the ceremony before it was over. trump is getting ready come through iowa again.the g-o-p nominee is holding an event in the des moines area tomorrow at the seven flags event center in clive.that starts at noon -- head to our website cbs-2-iowa-dot-com for information about how to get tickets. it's now on this 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
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here are the three stories you need to know to start your week. week.authorities in florida now say it looks like a mosque that caught on fire overnight - was se authorities in florida it looks like a mosque that caught fire overnight was set in fire intentionally. the islamic center at fort pierce in florida is the same mosque that her letter nightclub shooter more martin would pray at. the st. louis county county sheriff's office it shows is someone walking up to the mosque before there is a large flash in the flames start. the islamic center has gotten many threats since the nightclub attack. more information about a young man's body they found over the weekend. the johnson county sheriff's office as a 20-year-old nathan 20 was found dead saturday night and i were river. his body was recovered. he's from the marion area and
if you saw something related to the information -- incident or have information you're asked to call the sheriff's office. i will hawkeyes have moved up three spots in the ap poll this week. there now ranked 13th and they are the fifth highest rank team in the big ten. even with a win on saturday iowa actually dropped in the coaches poll one spots number 11 . i was back in action on saturday against north dakota state. they when they still drop in the coaches not a bad start to our day. our temperatures are in the 50s now but they will warm to the upper 70s and a lower '80s. tomorrow it's mid to lower 70s rain brings cooler air through breezy day and warmer. enjoy the rain tuesday the dry