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and when the hike could start. >> off to a great start with nice temperatures and a warming trend. we were 56 this morning, now up to 75 last hour. currently in cedar rapids we have sunshine and 75 degrees. let's take a look at the board. we have 77 in monticello and iowa city and the dew are not a big factor, upper 50s and low 60s. the wind has increased out of the south at 5 to 15 miles an hour with gusts up to 25. satellite and radar are quiet, some clouds building this afternoon but more so this evening. as you see, a nice quiet afternoon. ahead of us, clouds building this evening and rain expected overnight tonight. high of 79 this afternoon, 68 at 9:00, and we'll watch for
coming up in about 10 minutes. new at noon, the minimum wage will soon go up in lynn county after the third reading of the minimum wage ordinance was approved. it will increase one dollar each year for three years. january 1st it will increase to $8.25 an hour and by 2019 it will be $10.25 an hour. individual cities within county have the authority to opt out of the increase. authorities are looking ifer more information after a young man's body was found over the weekend. 20-year-old nathan tweed was at the university of northern iowa.if you saw something related to the incident or have any information - the sheriff office asks you call 319-356-6020. protests over the dakota access pipeline are now moving
arrested in boone county over the weekend.a large group of demonstrators -- many of them landowners in the area -- gathered saturday to try to stop the work.people stood in front of construction equipment -- forcing authorities to handcuff them. the people arrested face trespassing charges -- but they say they wont stop until the pipeline is defeated. authorities to handcuff them. they are facing trespassing charges but say they won't stop until the pipeline is defeated. hillary clin pneumonia. >> reporter: hillary clinton is recuperating at home a day after video shows her stumbling and needing help getting into her suv on september 10th at ground zero. later a smiling clinton left her daughter chelsea's apartment. her campaign said she felt overheated but sunday evening her doctor announced that
pneumonia on friday. donald trump, who's repeatedly questioned clinton's health, expressed concern on cnbc. clinton's comments last week at an lgbt fundraiser where she insulted half of trump's >> reporter: clinton is 68 and trump is 70. neither has released their medical records, although trump said he had a physical last week and plans to
release those results soon. last week where she insulted trump supporters. >> you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. >> people like you, you and you, deplorable. >> clinton said she regrets the comments. . >> today's question of the day,
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affect the outcome of the election? visit cbs2iowa.com for the results. and trump will be in iowa tomorrow, holding an event in clyde scheduled to start at noon. head to cbs2iowa.com for information on how to get tickets. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers. we have reached out to the candidates to with us by email or facebook. more n-f-l players are now protesting the national anthem---showing solidarity with 49er's quarterback colin kaepernick and causing a lot co. controversy.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is here to explain why there's been so much backlash. backlash.dora, colin kaepernick says he won't stand up to show pride in a flag---for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. color.historically, anthems set standards, ideas,
define who we are as a people. the national anthem didn't become official until some eighty years ago when president herbert hoover signed legislation to make it the national anthem.president hoover signed it during the great depression---a hard time for the country. however--this is not the first time the national anthem has come under fire. but this is not the first time the national anthem has come under fire. it was under fire as well during the civil didn't conform to the ideas of the unified country in the north, then you were considered a traitor. and you know, this song is not for you, that you don't abide by the ideas of what the united states of america is all about. >> reporter: stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. the smithsonian national
history an culture is about to open its doors to the public. president bush signed legislation for the building in 2003. more than $300 million came through fund raising efforts. about 40,000 artifacts have been collected and about 10% of them are on display right now. coming up at noon, the sky high festival making the jewel of the renaissance even more
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disqualified himself to be president. i just cannot support donald trump. 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.
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, saw a problem that needed to be solved, and she solved it. vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. check out this beautiful sight over the weekend in italy.the ferrara balloons festival check out this beautiful sight over the weekend in italy.
the countryside as part of a larger event that includes air show and sports and more. nice day to fly a balloon. today you would go a long way. the wind is out in blowing around. take a look at the satellite and radar, quiet. that's good news but by this time tomorrow we'll be watching scattered showers on it. with winds out of the south about 5 to 15, gusting to 25, pushing temps into the upper 70s and lower 80s. there is rain moving in overnight that stays with us off and on through tuesday. there are the clouds moving in this afternoon into western
tonight. upper 70s today, 79 this afternoon. mid-70s as we drive home, plenty of sunshine out there in cedar rapids. currently we are 75 degrees with winds out of the south and east at 17, and humidity 62%. 77 monticello, iowa city, 75 in charles city. dew points are low, so nice comforbl hot breeze. we'll see the winds out of the south about 15 to 20, sometimes gusting to 25. we have an area of low pressure and a cold front back to the west. temperatures back toward nebraska and the dakotas, some of those folks in the 60s and 70s. we'll be in the upper 70s to low 80s today. 77 in minneapolis as that cold
bringing cloud cover with it. we'll have a chance for scattered showers later into the evening and overnight tonight. through the afternoon, nice and quiet. cloud cover for the evening, more so later tonight. after midnight showers move in across the north. they will become more widespread and we'll keep that on and off shower chance through tuesday. wednesday, and wednesday and thursday feature sunshine. by thursday night we could fire off more showers again. we have a south breeze gusting to 25 which pushes us to warmer weather. tonight low to mid-60s, clouds building. we'll see a few scattered showers tonight. then tomorrow again, temperatures cooler as the cold
south, cloudy skies and scattered showers with winds out of the northwest 5 to 10. clearing overnight tomorrow night, dropping into the 50s. low 70s for wednesday. thursday mid-70s, chance of showers thursday night but a better chance for friday into saturday. saturday features some clearing and we're down to 54 saturday night. mid-70s for sunday, and next monday, tuesday and upper 70s to low 80s. >> i don't know about this weekend but last weekend was absolutely beautiful. >> this will have a little more rain to deal with. >> i can handle that. >> could be worse. it could be snow and it's not. coming up, we'll jump on two wheels for our latest
the fall season is the best for day trips and weekend get- . welcome back. the fall season is the best time for day trips and weekend getaways, especially if you don't always travel by car. today we're road trippi. >> reporter: it's a place that can get crazy on the weekends as a parade of riders into animosa. people who may never go shopping anywhere else are here at one of the hottest destinations in town. >> anybody can buy a bike, but this is the place to make it your own. >> reporter: dreamed up in this garage with an old van to get bikers across the globe - know j and p cycles as the largest source of parts and accessories in the world. (( 4:21:38 pan across isles .. guy grabbing stuff on bottom shelf )) harley - honda - indian - kawasaki - you could come here and build your
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matt's midwest out all of you can check out all of matt's midwest road trippin adventures - from madison to kansas city - on our website at cbs-2-iowa-dot-com. coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon,the big change tesla is making to its auto-pilot feature, that they say will make it a lot safer for people on the road. road. ((announcer))the following segment is sponsored by chideodotcom((hema/on cam)) now, let's check out our partner chideo-dot-com 's latest causewire: how ladodger clayton kershaw's passion for ping pong helps serve children inneed!(???pkg???)this summer, rio wasn't the only place forgold a&nat la dodger pitching ace clayton kershaw traded in his glove for a paddleto put on his fourth annual "ping pong for purpose" charity event!sot
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mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? tesla is working to improve its controversial auto pilot feature, and a much less tesla is working to improve its autopilot feature and a much less expensive electric car, but there's a catch. those stories and more in today's business report. >> reporter: the markets opened lower this morning. on friday the dow and nasdaq
brexit vote, and it came after the fed said the next week in the september meeting could have a hike. samsung is slammed, hitting near two-month lows after the company said it was recalling the galaxy note 7 phones because the batteries can catch fire. the faa also warned flyers not the batteries can catch fire. the f-a-a also took the extr phones while on a plane.// tesla is updating its auto-pilot feature...to rely more heavily on radar instead of just cameras. ceo elon musk says the improved auto-pilot would likely have prevented a fatal accident in may.// and speaking of electric cars... have likely prevented a fatal accident back in may. and check out this solo. just like the name sounds, it has one seat. it costs about $15,000 with a top speed of 81 miles an hour. it's expected to hit the market in the united states next year.
the city center of krakow, poland was once again conquered by dachshunds this weekend -- . a city center in conquered by dachshunds this weekend. traditionally the owners and mes walk to the main square with an orchestra leading the parade. this was the 22nd year for the event. >> your dog would eat
>> great saturday afternoon to walk the dog. right now we are looking for rain late tonight, then another round moving in overnight thursday through friday, and moving out saturday. mid- to upper 70s now, highs near 80 with 79. it is a brazey day, south winds 5 to 15 and gusting we have a couple thin clouds moving in. and we'll have more cloud cover moving in this evening and into the overnight, with scattered showers overnight. nothing severe is expected but plan on some showers. upper 70s today near 80, that breeze gusting to 25. rain tomorrow, dry wednesday and thursday, more showers thursday night into friday and ending saturday. >> thank you for joining us.
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trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together.
? >> brooke: you're becoming a regular. >> ridge: i don't have a coffee maker, so... >> brooke: that was your excuse last time. not that i'm complaining. >> ridge: [ sighs ] hey. i can't say it enough. >> brooke: what? >> ridge: for what you're doing for my family. >> brooke: [ sighs ] ridge... >> ridge: no, it's a huge sacrifice -- marrying bill just so i can get the shares and get rid of quinn. [ sighs ]