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>> right now on cbs 2 10 it and a stabbing suspect shot and killed by cedar rapids police. where it happen and who is handling the investigation. >> plus the republican nominee turns to iowa. by donald trump supporters say they are ready for a change. >> a kinder and gentler day plan for tomorrow. i will have the latest for you. >> the highway headache that will add a lot more driving time for camino this >> this is cbs two news 10 at 10. >> both sides of our testing controversy stemming from a cedar rapids played are trying tonight the deaf community gathered with t-c-r representatives to press for a change. cbs 2 news anchor jenee ryan was at tonight's meeting.jenee.
month - t-c-r announced they cast an actor who can hear - to play a deaf character in their upcoming play tribes.the decision sparked outrage in the deaf community.the theatre says - they were limited by who auditioned - but they could have done more to find deaf talent. talent. today - theatre cedar rapids hears the local deaf community loud and clear. t-c-r recently cast an actor who can hear - to portray a deaf character named billy in the upcoming play tribes. 082904 theres only five weeks left, im not sure we have the ability to work together. the deaf community wants t-c-r to recast the the role of billy with a deaf actor right now- or post pone the play so they can all work together for a representative cast. 083712 if you postpone this show and you recast, the deaf community will love you for it. they will attend your shows. this is a long term solution. if you dont do it, no they will never come. they wont. ifthat's the path tcr takes- deaf advocate carly armour says they'll respond. 094937
community has a right to protest and it will be on the national news. but she says right to protest and it will be a national news. >> that would harm both parties she says. >> the deaf community says they will be scarred and bitter which we do not want. >> tcr executive director kc says he and the crew will make a decision within a week. >> i don't no plan will evolve and change but i'm hearing the suggestions and we are talking about this. >> as of tonight besides are hopeful for a positive solution and a progressive relationship. >> tonight they did suggest a specific local deaf actor to
tcr reps did take down his information. if that is the decision they decide to go with and right now tribes is set to open up on this in tcr on october 1. we will continue to follow the story. covering the corridor live this is jenee' ryan we had a dreary day in eastern iowa. there were a few showers around the morning. starting to break out especially in the north and temperatures are pulling. 62 in cedar rapids with the north winds at six. 53 in mason city or the clouds are starting to part. that cold air is on the move and will be settling in as we go to the nighttime hours. notice the dew points and northwestern iowa are down in the 40s wall south iowa there in the 60s.
chew up the last of the sprinkles and bring clearing skies. the weather will be in the 70s tomorrow. >> cbs 2 news has learned the name of the man shot and killed by two cedar rapids police officers. the pair responded to a domestic dispute at the valley high apartments on edgewood road last night. that is where officers found a woman suffering from multiple stab wounds. they believe markell bevins was this stabbing suspect. two officers shot bevans but their names have not been released. bevans was taken to a local hospital where he died overnight. the victim is expected to recover. >> day two of the murder trial for david miller against tomorrow morning. miller is accused for stabbing and straggling sabrina hustad janish.
what led to miller's arrest. a trooper testified that miller was waving down cars on the highway where nothing but his underwear and covered in scratches of blood. authorities say he masked a description of a carthy. when they pulled up they said miller was able to communicate despite his condition. >> the original concern was somewhat having an agitated event but him being able to respond to my questions appropriately, concerned out pretty quick. he was able to articulate a statement to meet. >> miller claims he had been laying an outdoor game with friends and that's how he got the injuries. he is charged with first-degree murder and theft of vehicle. tomorrow the juror will hear from crime scene investigators. >> donald trump return to iowa today. >> we have team coverage beginning with kevin bury who travel to the morning for
>> his supporters say they have a bunch of buildings with his aim at the topic that the kind of experience that is good enough. >> even in 30 minutes in iowa, donald trump can still cover a lot of ground. >> we are going to fix our crumbling infrastructure, negotiate our trade deals, free children from failing government schools, short on how those things will happen. tom taber from brooklyn, iowa says he thinks that's by design. a lot of stuff can't really be decided until he gets into office and as a business man hell works with with advisors and do the things that need o be done. campaign of big ideas - help normal people. his plan for helping the deep pain felt in >> his plan for helping with the pain in the african- american community may be the best example
the problems, what you have to lose. i will fix it. >> jon stewart says he does not hear specific for many other politicians and at least trump is different. >> we do need a change. i think he's the only one to try to change it. if it does not work out in four years we can do something else. >> after hillary clinton was wobbly on sunday she is off the trail for monday and tuesday. she is expected later back this week. in the morning kevin barry fox28 news. >> protesters lined the sidewalk leading to donald trump's event for he showed up. some say trump presidency could put women's reproductive issues at risk. >> some of trumps supreme choice do not support -- >> president obama hit the
explanation for keeping it private that is under scrutiny. >> scott thuman explains as he takes us beyond the podium. >> reporter: i'm going to work as hard as i can. >> for second day in a row a surrogate did the pumping. >> why the concealment? >> have a right to know. why keep it a secret? >> i did not think it was going to be that big of a deal. >> the deal whether big or not says it keeps a label that clinton is trying to shed of transparency for not divulging her pneumonia diagnosis. >> or shoot give her opponent another example of why she does as not honest and trustworthy.-
against her---(butt to) a rave reviews in that category. a new washington post poll shows six in 10 voters view both as not honest and trustworthy. >> what matters is how people use it against her. a criticism or a scandal is only as big as your opponent is able to make it. >> while brown says trump has widely shown restraint, his staff >> did anyone ask for clinton that she was overheated and dehydrated? >> if this becomes a vicious attack on an individual who is battling a condition that's going to be something that blows up in the face of republicans. >> using a tennis allowed to this energy saying that dr. --
with this correctly. >> we want to connect you with the presidential benefits to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to both candidates to take part in extended interviews not only with our station but sister stations across the country. we want to hear from you. lone tree treeschool district have approved a two-and-a- half-million-dollar bond measure.as you can see here - 64-percent of voters backed the initiative..the funding will help repair and renovate and wellness facility. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. developing tonight - coralville residents hoping to rent out rooms on sites like air-b-n-b will have to jump through some extra hoops. tonight the city leaders passed changes to the city's to jump through extra hoops. tonight the city leaders check this past changes to the rental ordinance. residents hoping to rent out a house or an apartment will have to get a short-term rental permit. they will also have to
with their guests. the council began discussing the changes after getting noise and parking complaints from other residents. >> emar city leaders in iowa city will decide the fate of a proposed house assigned to resemble kinnick stadium. the board of adjustment will decide if construction can move forward. cbs 2 news told you in june the plan for that some 500 for that some 500 ft.2 home include brick siding and a replica of the stadiums per spot. 13in northern linn county will soon have to find a different way to get to their destinations. starting monday and lasting a week, the busy highway will be closed in both directions near central city and coggon.that's so crews can repair a railroad crossing. this closure will have a major impact on traffic in the area-- creating a 25-mile detour. signs will be posted. highway-13 is expected to reopen by september 24th.
log on to our website - cbs 2 iowa dot com. when you think of iowa - space exploration may not come to mind.but now - a new exhibit at the old capital museum in iowa city looks at how the university of iowa has been part of the final frontier. from the first u-s satellite to probes still exploring the planets - university instruments and researchers have played vital roles. the exhibit will remain open until may. vital roles in the exhibits. to come why some corridor students don't feel valued in class and what the district is doing to fix that feeling. >> we had a little detour in our weather. there were clouds and showers. will get back on track tomorrow. things look brighter around
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cbs 2 this morning.a military veteran is reunited with items he once thought were long gone. gone.the heart-warming act from a fellow veteran that helped bring them back together.that's tomorrow -- on cbs 2 this morning.. >> you think it's cool now just wait. >> tomorrow morning it will be nice and fresh around eastern iowa. it looks like this weather will last through thursday then things will get rocky on friday. i think you will like tomorrow afternoon. these are shaping up nicely. 62 degrees is our current
winds are 6 miles per hour. the dew point has been slowly falling. it's now at 61. tomorrow afternoon you will be in the 50s meaning much drier air will be selling into eastern iowa. his look at our current temperatures. we have upper 50s in the northwest otherwise low to midshipman 60s around the rest of the area. the warmest temperatures are where the clouds are thicker in the south. still 66 degrees in iowa city. now as we go to our satellite you can see a slow-moving front has advanced through eastern iowa. tonight the heavier showers and storms are well down to the south of us but last night some isolated thunderstorms produce some heavy rain in localized spots special light this especially northwest of cedar rapids. centerpoint had over an inch and you can see other totals around cascade in dubuque. that was localized. in the south
just 1400s of an inch. in a general sense the reins were light around eastern iowa except in that small area. tonight we are looking at if you like returns moving quickly across eastern iowa. some of this is in the clouds. some of the showers down to the south are reaching the ground and are south of interstate 80. if you are done in keokuk and see a quick shower come through but not much more than hitting the pavement then it's all gone and after that the skies will clear by tomorrow morning. out this in our predictor it shows that happening. as the front heads to illinois you can see by tomorrow morning we're seeing clearing in our northern counties. then tomorrow afternoon that dry canadian air will push the clouds down to missouri and extreme southwestern iowa so we will enjoy plenty of sunshine
northeasterly winds the temperatures will state nice and crisp. mr. highs should be in the upper 60s to lower 70s and those dew points will go down as that cool dry canadian air gets established across the midwest. we will see dew points in the low to midshipman 50s . without the humidity we have a few great days coming up for wednesday and thursday. here's our predictor at 8:00. those showers are moving quickly and by six in the morning tomorrow the clearing has reached cedar rapids and after that it continues to move southward and tomorrow afternoon will see plenty of sunshine and very nice weather. tonight forecast calls for if you showers in the far south otherwise the temperatures in the mid-40s in the north and the mid-50s in the south. for tomorrow, everyone gets into some sunshine and nice conditions. upper 60s in the north to around 70 to 72 in our southern
10. the extended outlook there is more sunshine for thursday. showers and storms come in on friday and after that the weekend looks dry and pleasant. then things warm-up again next week. tuesday with a high temperature of 85. >> when iowa high school football team is being investigated for using slurs against a student. >> listed throughout the day for your weather forecast on 90.1 kh the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits.
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iowa city's minority students -- on't feel as >> iowa city's minority students do not feel valued as disciplinary equity, teacher and mentor relationships, and classroom inclusiveness. leaders in the district say they plan to increase staff diversity - which they hope will improve the climate in the schools. "it is about the relationship. it is not necessarily about the color of the skin. // what we are doing at e level right now is empowering our teachers to teach culturally responsively." responsively."the district is putting together a community taskforce to improve the climate for all.for more information on how you can sign up - visit our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. a central high school football team is now under investigation after some players used gay slurs against another student. student.leaders in the caroll school district say several of the football players were sending text messages to each
student was elected to the homecoming court.among the texts were comments saying the student should kill himself.as of right now - no punishment has been handed down. the n-c-double-a is standing up for transgender rights. the athletic organization is pulling seven championship events out of north carolina over the state's controversial bathroom law. the law forces people to use the restroom that matches the gender given on their birth certificates. the n-c-double- will decide on future tournaments early next year. and coming up in sports sportsmarion and c-p-u -- clashed on the volleyball court -- how the indians brought the brooms to center point -- next on cbs 2. 2."cbs 2 news connects with you.call us at 1-800-222-kgan email us at news at kgan.com connect with us on facebook at
straight national championships and is pat moroney found that north dakota state is i was full attention. >> whenever it is fps versus fcs the expectation is a blowout. fans should change your expectations for this weekend because north dakota state is no ordinary fcs team and the hawkeyes will have their hands full. >> there are other guys that fcs is a pushover and that's not the case. they l it reminds you of wisconsin and michigan state. >> they play hard and physical. they know that they can compete with a lot of f-b-s schools - and they're gonna be ready to come in here and compete with us the bison have five straight wins over f-b-s teams - but what impresses iowa the most - is their championship pedigree you can't ignore that or deny that - they're obviously a really good program - and we
and we do they're a really great team - with the five national championships for them - so really we've got to be ready like every other game - focus on the details and give it our allwin number-three - looks like it'll be the toughest one yet - i think it'll be our best test this season - clearly in their past they've won a bunch of national championships and we've got a ton of respect for them - and we know we're gonna game is close at the end - the bison may have the edge - they've on games in overtime - while iowa hasn't trailed yet this season - in iowa city - pat moroney - cbs two sports.. it seems like every year on the volleyball court it's the wamac conference and then there's the rest of the state -- both marion and c-p-u -- made it to the cell last season -- and both are looking to get back the indians won the only meeting last seasonthe stormin' pointers -- remembered that -- and jmped out of the gates -- abigal wy-duh-man -- sends one -- right into your living room --
store. there will be a special screening of the 1966 batman movie. tickets for the screening cost four dollars. everyone is encouraged to show up in their favorite batman attire. >> even that car is so old it still looks cool and modern and edgy. don't you think? >> because it's batman. >> the kids will love it. >> we need one of those for the weather department. >> it's like a road warrior >> i can do the cape thing. >> i can see that. >> we have a nice day coming up tomorrow. but the such as coming up in temperatures will be 71 degrees. >> holy sunshine batman. >> thank you for watching cbs
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