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breaking news overnight - police in cedar rapids say one person is dead after an officer-involved shooting.it happened at an apartment complex at 17-35 edgewood road . northwest.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live right now at the scene. kevin -- i'm here at the valley high apartment - the police department tells cbs 2 news the shooting happened around 9-thirty last night.the officers involved have not been identified at this time- but they were first called out to the apartment complex for a domestic disturbance.a 25-year-old male suspect died overnight at saint luke's hospital.his body is being taken to ankeny for
either until his family is notified.state officials with the division of criminal investigation will interview the officers involved. involved.covering the corridor in cedar rapids - stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. this morning -- jurors will hear opening statements in a corridor murder trial. trial.david miller is first degree murder charges after being accused of stabbing and strangling sabrina hustad janish last year. year.her body was found at miller's home in benton county in october.authorities say miller tried to get away -- but was caught after they say he crashed a stolen truck. miller pleaded not guilty -- if he's convicted -- he faces a mandatory life sentence without parole.cbs 2 news will be in the courtroom be sure to watch the cbs 2 news at noon - and follow us on twitter and facebook for live updates in
there's new information in the death of a cedar rapids jefferson high school student. student.cbs 2 news first told you about this story friday.a boy shot himself outside the auditorium right before classes started for the day and died over the weekend. investigators tell us they are reviewing social media posts made before friday.right now -- there is no credible evidence suggesting that anyone else at the school was threatened.counselors were at the school yesterday to help students and faculty.experts to parevent a suicide is to talk directly to the person suffering. "sitting down with them in a gentle, very non-judgemental way, talking about their concerns. again, we recommend talking directly about suicide so there's no confusion about what you're asking. and you should not be concerned that asking about it is going to increase someones risk of suici" suicide."martels also says any mention of suicide should be
matter what the person has said before. before.we have a link to the foundation-two crisis hotline on our website - cbs -2- iowa dot com. cbs two news generally does not report on suicides.in this case -- we evaluated the community's response and the many questions we received about what happened -- and made the decision to let you know about the teen's passing. there's new evidence this morning that iowa -- --is still a key battleground state with voters evenly split between the top two candidates. candidates.the la from simpson college and raba research shows republican nominee donald trump has 40-percent support in iowa. democrat hillary clinton sits at 39-percent -- well within the margin of error.iowa carries just six electoral votes. "i think it's going to require more visits -- honestly from hillary clinton herself as well as tim kaine and other sur" surrogates."anderson says the party with the best ground game -- making sure everyone gets to the polls -- will end
donald trump is getting ready to take his latest trip to iowa today. today.this will be trump's third visit to the hawkeye state since he became his party's nominee.his vice presidential candidate -- mike pence -- has made multiple stops in iowa too.the g-o-p nominee will hold a rally at the seven flags civic center in clive at noon.doors open at 9 a-m. hillary clinton is trying to calm fears over her health after she left a 9/11 ceremony early on sunday. sunday.today -- she will be taking a second day campaign trial.video captured the democratic nominee stumbling into a van while members of her staff helped her into the vehicle.now -- clinton says she got dizzy but never lost consciousness. clinton's campaign said she had been recently diagnosed with pneumonia and was told friday to take five days off to rest. "i just didn't think it was going to be that big a deal." "it's just the kind of thing that if it happens to you and
you keep moving forward." forward."clinton said she didn't want to miss the 9/11 memorial.both she and donald trump are expected to release their medical records soon. and do you think hillary clinton's recent health issues will affect the outcome of this november's election?let us know right now on our website cbs-2-iowa-dot-com.you can vote by finding the question of the day tab right on our homepage. cbs 2 news wants to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to both candidates interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the country. country.we want to hear from you. what would you ask donald trump and hillary clinton? please share your thoughts. we want to give you a voice in this historic and important race for the white house, the federal government says right now -- both corn and soybean farmers are expecting a record fall harvest -- and local farmers tell cbs 2 news they agree. agree.they say this year -- their corn and soybean yeilds are going to be good.the favorable growing season
challenges.they say profit margins have been tighter in recent years and some problems may come up with grain storage. we done a good job. the bad thing about it is the value of the crop is not there, so we're taking a discounted price on a lot of it compared to in the last few years. years.some harvesting has started already. already. prizler says that's something they'll be working on until november. with just a few weeks to go before the fall harvest -- some crops in iowa are getting on record this year.some farmers have reported seeing corn stalk rot and stress on soybeans because of the moisture.the vast majority of the state's crop is weathering the stress so far -- and is ahead of schedule. cattle producers across the corridor are calling for the reinstatement of the state's beef checkoff program.if it's approved -- cattle producers would pay one-dollar-per-head for the national checkoff and 50-cents more for the state
register reports the program could raise more than a million dollars a year from cattle producers.they'll vote on the proposal in november. a bipartisan coalition is calling for a sales tax increase -- to fund water quality initiatives in the hawkeye state. state.the iowa water and land legacy hopes the state will pass the increase -- sending the money to the natural resources and outdoor recreation trust fund.right now -- that fund is empty. leaders say it is the best way to protect iowa's waters -- soil and outdoor resources. in my ten years of working on this - i've never been more optimistic - these diverse groups illustrate the willingness of iowans who come together to solve problems. problems.the group says the trust fund would use about sixty-percent of its finances to help water quality. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.after the break...the surprising information about who's most vulnerable for scam . artists.in your cbs 2 weather
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thought he won over a million dollars from the publisher's clearing house in 2014. (sot-father mike ortiz/scam victim)"i thought this is great, thank you god, thank you god!"but when the 87-year-old called to collect his winnings a con artist told him he first had to pay 40- thousand in taxes.he did and soon found out the letter was a fake and he was the victim of a scam.(sot-father mike ortiz/scam victim)"hook, line and sinker, i fell."most people think that senior citizens are most likely to fall for a scama& but new research from the bett business bureau finds it's actually the exact opposite.( sot- emma fletcher/bbb) "younger people and more educated people do tend to be more likely to lose money to a scam."(gfx)the report looked at 30-thousand scam cases. only 11 percent of seniors ended up giving the con artist money but three times as many 18-24 year olds fell for the scam and forked over cash. (bridge: chris martinez/cbs news/los angeles)the better business bureau calls it "optimism bias." younger people are over confident they can spot a con and don't keep their guard up.(sot- emma fletcher/bbb)"we're all at
older people or people that are perhaps gullible or are less educated - those are really just stereotypes and not an accurate reflection of the reality that we see." the better business bureau also found that seniors are much more likely than millennials to report a scam. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. the better business bureau says one in five people lose money to a scam every year. year. it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.coming up next...the new plan in ames while the
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... police in cedar rapids are now looking for the man and woman shown in these security photos. they tell cbs 2 news they assaulted someone outside of dick's tap and shake room along e avenue north east last week.if you know the suspects in these photos -- you're asked call the cedar rapids police department or linn county crimestoppers.their numbers are on our website - cbs 2 iowa dot com. voters in the lone tree school distct polls today for a special election for a two-and-a-half- million-dollar bond issue.it would be used to repair and renovate the school's gym and health and wellness facility. polls open this morning at seven and close at eight tonight.be sure watch the cbs 2 news ten at ten for the latest results on this vote. a lot of iowa state fans are thinking -- "here we go
campbell era in ames -- but mitch fick tells us that campbell and the clones are -- keeping calm -- as they head into big 12 play this weekend. (crowd roars)two games, no wins -- and a litany of questions on offense and defense for iowa state after their 42-3 loss to iowa on saturday.but matt campbell -- just eight quarters into his tenure as head coach -- isn't buying into the all- too-familiar feeling of dread season.campbell: "that's what we're trying to beat right now. we're trying to break that culture of 'woe is me. we're getting down. things are always bad.' that's not the case."even if it does seem bad in the moment...veterans like wideout allen lazard know that campbell's new culture was never supposed to be an overnight remedy.lazard: "i think we kind of thought of it -- but we didn't think it'd be this bad. like i said earlier, we just have to know that the process is taking its own path and we just have to stay along
now takes the cyclones into the conference schedule...with t-c-u on the docket this saturday.campbell: "it's a new adventure. obviously, we know we haven't gotten off to the start we wanted to -- but now, it counts counts. it's a conference football game. we get to go on the road -- 11 o'clock football game -- and we gotta go play.""i think as much as we have to worry about tcu, we gotta address iowa state. we gotta address fundementals and details and we gotta take care of what gives us the best opportunity to be successful."mitch: "and as the cyclones head to fort worth to take on tcu and leave the friendly confines of jack trice stadium, a lot of fans wondering if the depth chart gets left behind as well -- but coach campbell says heading into monday afternoon's practice, joel lanning is still iowa state's starting quarterback. in ames, mitch fick - cbs 2 sports."to
divisional meet at st. andrews birdies were hard to come birdies were at st. andrews divisional meet mississippi the m-v-c -- mississippi divisional meet at st. andrews birdies were hard to come by -- because the course isn't easy -- but that didn't stop iowa city west's kyle jenkins -- he rolls in the chriper on 11 -- jenkins was the low man for the trojans with a 80 on the daycheck out this shot by -- wahlert's jon becker -- on 12 -- downhill --- and in for a bird -- becker cared an 85 for the golden eaglesxaiver's sam martin -- on 10 with a chance for birdie -- just misses it -- he'd tap it in for a par -- as team his saints sit in 2nd -- 2 shots behind the lions and andrew wood -- here he is on 14 -- with a chance for bridie -- he leaves it short -- wood shot an 80 -- jefferson's nile happel and linn-mar's drew brandel -- were the individual medalists -- with 75's.and down on the farm -- the kernels season came to an end -- one game shy from getting back to the midwest league championship series -- cedar rapids lost on a walkoff 2 out single in the 11th -- 1
turns out u-s olympic swimmer ryan lochte is still far from being forgiven for what he did in rio after his competition was over during the olympics. he's on dancing with the stars now -- and after his competition -- two men apparent during the live show. show.they were wearing anti- lochte tee-shrits -- and were arrested and eventually taken away.lochte is still dealing with the fallout from a drunken encounter during the olympics where he and a few where he and a few teammates are accused of damaging part of a gas station in rio.u-s swimming banned lochte for 10 months and made him give up
cbs 2 this morning...the new information overnight about a deadly officer involved shooting in cedar rapids. the corridor play venturing into the world of community relations with police. the developing story about the push to sue a foreign country over 9/11. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin arry. barry. let's get a check of our cbs 2
cbs 2 news continues to track an officer involved shooting in cedar rapids.this is a developing story -- right now one person is dead. dead.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson johnsonis at the apartment complex where it happened, stephanie. kevin -- we're learning that police were called out to the valley high apartment complex on edgewood road northwest for a domestic disturbance. department tells cbs 2 news the shooting happened around 9- thirty last night.the person killed was a 25 year-old man-- his name has not been released at this time-- he died overnight at saint luke's hospital. this was an officer involved shooting--the names of the officer's shooting have not been releasedthe iowa division of criminal investigation is actively investigating it at this time---state officials with
that's the latest at this time. covering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie johnson cbs 2 news. we have a developing story in the korean penisula. penisula.the united states sent nuclear capable -- super-sonic bombers over south korea in a show of force.the move is intended to warn north korea after the isolated country's latest nuclear test and to settle nerves in south korea.the bombers were escorted by south korean jets about 75 miles from the border with the north. help 9/11 victims won't find support from the white house while they try to prevent problems with a long-time ally. ally.congress passed a bill allowing victims of the september 11th attacks to sue saudi arabia.an investigation found a number of saudi nationals may have helped the hijackers financially before the deadly attack.the white house announced president obama intends to veto the bill. press secretary josh earnest says they are concerned with
congress could override a veto. linn county has formally followed johnson county... county...in raising it's minimum wage.the question now is if ?city governments will go along. along.on january first -- pay throughout the county will increase to 8-25 an hour.it will increase one dollar each year until 20-19 -- when it reaches 10-25 an hour. hour.supervisor brent oleson tells cbs 2 news the ?county ?had to act because state and federal leaders have ignored the issue.just like in johnson county -- each can choose to essentially opt ?out of the minimum wage increase at any time. "right now i think most of the cities at least in the urban area, marion cedar rapids and hiaiwatha, we're all ok with going to the $8.25 level as far as the following year goes we'll have to sit down next summer after the legislative session and determine what second step we want to take." take."leaders from cedar rapids and marion agree that a
have been part of the linn county ordinance. city planners say they hope they're one step closer to breathing new life into the mount vernon road gateway to cedar rapids. rapids.over the years -- neighbors say the stretch of road from tenth to 44-th street has developed into five lanes of speeding traffic -- fast food and empty lots.about one hundred people showed up to exchange ideas about improvements yesterday.some people suggested changing the traffic flow and creating more walkable neighborhoods. (( 7:50:52 ))"at the end of property owners that are gonna be the ones that develop retail or whatever that is so if the area looks cleaner, nicer, that can help. " the neighbors say it may be tough to make changes that would attract more business along mount vernon road -- and they know it won't happen overnight.the city council will talk about how it can put some of the plans into action at a meeting in november. if you would like to join the conversation - you can do it online.the city has a form you can fill out.we have a link to it in this story on our
iowa roads are up 21-pecent -- and the iowa state patrol says speed is a driving force behind some of those deaths. deaths.troopers clocked two cars going 98 and 110-miles an hour on highway-20 near i-35. they posted pictures of their radars on facebook.the des moines register reports that since january -- troopers have written 36-hundred tickets for people driving 21-miles an hour or more ?above the speed limit.on the interstate -- that would be about 90-miles an hour.on two-lane highways -- that's 76 and over. right now -- iowa city school leaders are tackling the delicate problem of racial equi. equity.a recent district-wide survey found minority students feel like they are treated differently than white students -- less valued -- and are not getting the help that the other students get. graduation rates back that up. leaders say the results need to be taken seriously. "we have to believe them. that
their reality, so when we look at that student climate survey, that is very concerning.""we have to ensure that the culture and climate is conducive from students of all backgrounds to be able to achieve successfully in the school district. currently, i don't think we're there yet." yet."tonight on the cbs 2 news at ten at ten -- hear from district leaders about how they plan to attack the issue head on. police brutality claims and the black lives matter movement took over social media and the news this summer. but -- one playwright found out there's more than we might realize.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller sat down -- --with the man behind the concept known as "black and blu" blue." ats nats "it centers around two characters - charlie, who is a police officer at the chicago police department and marcus, who is an african american man from fuller park."when sean lewis wrote "black and blue", he had to take a different appr. approach. "the trauma that both of them are feeling is
this is the starting point, maybe this is what is so alike about the two of them.'"after a number of cities began protesting police violence... and numerous officers were purposely killed in the line of duty,lewis wanted to develop characters with complex backgrounds -- but somehow finding themselves on common ground. ground. "we understand the extremes of the argument, so i wanted to try and get more down to who are the people of the argument."we might've already picked a side we relate most to...but lewis walks away with a glimpse of the other side. side. "i'm shooting for people to have those different moments of empathy, specifically with characters they may be curious about but don't know how to approach." approach." "there are so many people who have strong opinions on this issue and this play does a nice job of bringing those together."two months ago, this play didn't exist...marketing had to work hard to get the word out...but they say the encouragement from the public has proven this is a piece that people want to see.
when we told them what we wanted to do and who have been very helpful and supportive."nas nats "i really think a theater at its best should be like a community center more than anything else." you can catch the play thursday through saturday during the month of september. students get discounted tickets...adults pay 30 dollars. the topic of police brutality took center stage during football's first monday night of the season.49-er's quarterback colin kaepernick took a knee again during national anthem -- and multiple football players took his lead this weekend -- including four miami dolphins. kaepernick is now the back-up for san francisco -- actually got onto the field when the game was out of hand.after the game -- he talked about the pushback he's gotten since he began his protest. there's always criticsm of it. there's always that i don't like change kind of mentality. but you have o be able to take that and say you know what, in the long run, they'll see
understand."besides safety eric reid -- none of kaepernick's teammates joined the protest.a few los angeles rams raised a fist during the anthem. several college sporting events have now been moved out of north carolina - because of that state's controversial bathroom law. critics say the law is discriminatory against the transgender community.seven n-c-a-a championship events are being moved this school year including the first two rounds of the n-c-a-a men's women's soccer championship. the n-b-a first moved it's all- star game next february from charlotte because of the same law. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.coming up next...our first look inside the brand new african american museum in washington d-c. c.in your cbs 2 weather first
it to a customer.the system will be able to identify stranded carts and return them to a docking station.there's no word yet on when or where walmart intends to start using the system. olive garden is hoping to reel in some extra business. business.the restuarant chain is going to sell up to 21-thousand never-ending pasta passes online later this week. they will be sold for one hour starting at one this thursday. it's the promotion's 21-st anniversary.the passes cost a hundred good from october third to november 20-th. burger king is the latest fast-food restaurant to tempt customers with an odd new menu . item.the fast food giant is adding cheetos to its classic chicken fries for a limited time."cheetos chicken fries" go on sale september 14-th at participating restaurants.the new treat is deep-fried chicken with a cheesy cheeto breading -- and it'll cost you two-89 for a nine-piece order. you're probably not going to
next one anywhere else in the w. world.a dance group from the united states took to the cliff face on the tianmen mountain in central china -- for this performance.they're callled band-a-loop -- and they're known for their dangerous choreography -- using public spaces -- like mountains and sky scrapers.the idea is to use public spaces -- and incorporate them into the performance. it's right now it's degrees in just ahead...the latest spots iowans can see donald trump tod. today.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
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cbs 2 news first told you yesterday about a new study showing an alarming increase in soccer- related injuries across the country.ben tracy talked to advocates for the game - to see how they're trying to prevent those emergency room vi. visits. nats) kids playing soccer(narr 1) every day more than 300 kids end up in the emergency
injuries. (grx in) this new study spanning 25 years found the most common injuries are sprains, strains (35%) and fractures (23%). boys are more likely to get broken bones and cuts while girls have more knee and ankle issues. tracy mehan is a researcher at nationwide children's hospital. (sot) kids are playing more frequently than they used to. they are playing year round and in more leagues than they have done before (narr 2) one of the biggest concerns is protecting young players still developing brains. (grx in) there has been a nearly 1600 percent (1596%) increase in the rate of soccer related head injuries including concussions. (grx out) 15 year old josh zweydorff suffered a concussion last year after colliding with another player. (sot) he apparently kneed me in the head and i don't think i ever passed out but i don't really remember much. (narr 3) the us soccer federation now prohibits kids under 11 from using their heads to strike the ball. (sot3) well, i think everybody is talking about concussions, (narr 4) former women's national team star brandi chastain wants us soccer to go even further and
ball until they turn 14. (sot) bc: i think the toughest thing to do as a young person is to advocate for yourself. so if you do head the ball or you do fall down and you've hit your head and maybe you don't feel right, how do you stand up to your coach and say i can't play, when all that's inside of you is that competitor saying you've got to go out to the field. experts believe that parents and coaches are taking concussions and head injuries more seriously - which could lead to an increase in emergency room visits. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in after the break...the latest message from the clinton campaign trying to explain her few days off the campaign trail. trail.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the corridor.
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