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attend the controversy that has one local theater putting off plans for opening night. >> we started at one end of the crime scene and videotape only to the end. >> the graphic details jurors heard and saw during a corridor murder trial. >> preparing for the worst. the new mobile lab for lifesaving training. >> now the corridor top stories in tomorrow's first weather forecast in the first 10 minutes. this is cbs two news 10 of 10. >> if you postpone the show and recast the deaf community will love you for it. >> right now cedar rapids is yielding to pressure in postponing it production of the play tribes.
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against the casting choice. >> cbs 2 news has been following this for more than a week when we broke the story. the plate features a lead character who is deaf. after speaking with members of the deaf community the theater released a statement today admitting they could have done more. they are now working with deaf citizens and hope to reschedule the plate. >> we enjoyed a sweet whether. the temperatures in the range of 7277. the official high in cedar rapids at 77. we're now watching clouds develop. as we go to our predictor you will see that the clouds are thin as we go to midnight. by tomorrow morning there starting to increase especially in the western and southern counties. during the day tomorrow there will be a mix of sun and clouds
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showers and storms are expected to come back into the area. as far as mars whether it should be another nice day. will start at 57 and get to 77 under partly's -- partly cloudy skies. >> are now two peoples are charged near the cedars public library. several people got into fight at green square which then moved to the front of the library. one person was peppered sprayed during the incident. no one else was hurt. >> gruesome c of the crime scene were showed to jurors today in day two of testimony in the david miller murder trial. the juror -- jury also heard the interview. miller is accused of killing sabrina hustad janish in october. her body was found outside of a trailer the two were living in. the lead investigator today walked jurors through the crime scene as it appeared before it was processed. the defense question that
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mr. janish was incarcerated at the linn county jail at the time of october 25th. what about october 24th? october 24th as well." well."prosecutors tell cbs 2 news they plan to present more information on what was found at the scene tomorrow.if convicted of first degree murder, miller would face a mandatory sentence of life in prison. cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with more of corridor's top stories. >> we continue with the corridor top stories. cedar rapids firefighters have to be ready for anything at the top of ahead. >> local first responders are utilizing a unique training method. matt lang is live at the central fire station to give us a closer look. >> reporter: emergency professionals have to go through training after training to make sure they are ready to keep our
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the cedar rapids fire department is doing their best to combat that. >> if you don't by the central fire station there is a chance you saw this vehicle. >> check the pulse. >> what looks like a date out tailgate car is training cedar rapids firefighters on the inside. >> pulse? yeah, he's got a pulse." "sharps over here.""so we are passing air?"it's a different form of training than cedar rapids firefighters are used to, brought to them, by the university of iowa's emergency medical services resource center. "it's a little nicer than just being in a classroom setting where we just talk about things, they're able to take the things they learn in the classroom every month and apply them to real life scenarios"because hands on learning in this truck, can
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trucks. "it's very beneficial for our firefighters, for the citizens of cedar rapids, we're very greatful to the university of iowa for coming up and helping us with this." firefighters in cedar rapids work on one of three 24 hour long shifts. ems training captain matt kunkle told me roughly 140 firefighters will be going through their training today through friday. covering the corridor in cedar rapids -- tt news ten at 10. a neighboring fire department -- --is gaining national attention. the marion fire department is one of 160- departments across the country to get the 20-15 life safety achievement award.the department is being recognized for having effective and active programs that teach about fire's also being recognized for no fire deaths last year. in the race for the white house - the major party presidential candidates made major annoucements concerning their
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doctors say despite her recent bout with a mild case of pneumonia - the former despite her recent bout with a mild case of pneumonia at the former secretary of state is healthy and fit to serve as president. clinton's health has been front and center when she left a 9/11 memorial in has been put on antibiotics and advised to rest . she stayed on the campaign trail. dr. say her physical came back normal. donald trump share the res of the dr. oz show. the to discuss campaign weight gain. dr. oz declared that trump was overweight at 236 pounds. trump said he wanted to lose 15 pounds. he takes medication to control his blood pressure and cholesterol. the statement said despite a family history of alzheimer's trump shows no signs of the neurological disease. >> i won't women backing trump
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to getting change. today they rallied in front of the iowa state capital announcing their new coalition showing support for trump. tenant government say trump empowers women and champions working families and raising kids well. they say his new affordable childcare plan is a promising solution to a huge expense for many families. those plans proposes new savings accounts so families can set aside money for tuition and childcare. >> year - often exceeding the cost of rent, a mortgage, even college tuition." tuition."the clinton campaign issued a statement responding to this event - saying trump's words on the campaign trail show he is hateful and offensive towards women.their campaign launched a group called "iowa women win" last month - with more than 200- women supporting the democratic presidential candidate. that brings us to our question
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presidential candidate?to weigh in - click the question link on the homepage of cbs-2-iowa-dot-com. 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 to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the country. country.we want to hear from you. what would you ask the candidates?please share your thoughts by email or facebook. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. fate of the iowa city home resembling kinnick stadium is still unknown tonight.just about an hour ago city leaders postponed a decision on the home until next cbs 2 news first reported in june - the plans for the 75-hundred square foot home include brick siding and a replica of the stadium's press july - replica of the stadiums pressbox. in july neighbors filed an
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homes size. they described it as a tale getting venue. the discussion on the home will continue next wednesday. >> a new program is underway at the university of iowa. my iowa story is part of uis week of inspiration which celebrates milestones of research and education. for the next few days people share their ui experience. this free series runs through thursday from 5 to 7 each day around campus. >> speaking of milestone the university big strides in cancer research. the hold comprehensive center has learned how the immune system in cancer interact. they can outstrip cancer molecules away so the immune system can recognize the cancer cells and fight them. doctors have been working on this for many years. >> in linn county the first phase of the extension of highway 100 is nearly complete.
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they're using perpetual paving is getting a major financial boost.the iowa big school in cedar rapids, was awarded one million dollars.the school the iowa big school in cedar rapids was rewarded $1 million. the school offers assistance to young entrepreneurs try to get their big ideas off the ground. school leaders say the million- dollar grant will benefit many youth in the corridor for years forces in cedar rapids to stuff a truck full of donated close. customers who drop off items to goodwill get discounts for their purchases at yonkers. the company helps to collect to happily pounds of donated merchandise. the goodwill sale runs until october 1 at all yonkers locations. >> the fourth annual golf outing is getting ready to chip in for others. saddleback golf course will host a fundraiser for miracles
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specializes in helping children with disabilities learn skills. the golf benefit will help support student learning in the farm. if you like to be a part of it there is still room at the dinner and the silent auction. you can find all the information about the event on our website . that is cbs news 10 at 10. >> betting on the big game and the online fantasy sports in iowa. >> after a great day today we will transition into a pattern tomorrow that should bring showers and thunderstorms back to the forecast period will give you all the details on what you can expect for the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald 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. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
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tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. drivers are supposed to stop when they're coming up to a stopped school bus -- it's one of the most basic parts of driver's education. education.learn about why it's not happening more -- and the disasterous effects.that's tomorrow -- >> meteorologist terry swails is joining us now. it will be great when we can find consistency. >> there is no consistency around here. >> once you find that right spot it's only a day or two and then it's at here. after a gorgeous afternoon clouds are showing up to the
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for now our skies are clear and the temperature is back down to 63 degrees. tonight's winds are coming in from the east at 6 miles per hour. the dew point is down to 56. there is still dry air on the top of us tonight. that's what chewed up the clouds today and brought us these nice temperatures. a lot of places in the eastern iowa were in the low 70s. out to the west of us if you take a trip down interstate interstate 80 there are problems out there. and that's part of the weather system that will move towards us in the next 24 hours. tonight just a few scattered clouds and temperatures are holding up pretty well. upper 50s in the northern western counties in lower 60s elsewhere. 66 reported in iowa city. as you go to our satellite that dry air is holding tough. these clouds have tried to push in here but a lot of those have
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thin clouds expected tonight and tomorrow the clouds will thicken up and get into rain tomorrow night. to get that to happen we have to get that high pressure out of the midwest and it looks like it's going to. is starts moving east word. tomorrow as it heads toward lake michigan the winds start to tap into moisture and these showers and storms come into the area tomorrow night then will wait for another round a front comes through on friday. there could be a few periods that we get scattered showers and thunderstorms. we have two models that we look at. they give us how much rain may fall. this shows 57 hundredths of an inch. the other one showing 9300s. if you average it out there could be half to an inch of rain out of the system as it rolls on by. it is a progressive system. it will have good speed to it
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and sunday. tomorrow we will have sunshine to get the temperatures back to the upper 70s. another mile day for us but the dew points will start to go up and they should increased 10 degrees by tomorrow evening. we go to our predictor and you will notice that the skies are clear at midnight. by tomorrow morning are starting to see clouds and as we go to the days those will the more prevalent especially in the tomorrow evening comes the first wave of showers and thunderstorms that will be in the area through friday. tonight the forecast has partly cloudy conditions and pleasant temperatures. mid-50s in the north to 60s in that southern counties. for tomorrow where in the midshipman and upper 70s and a mixture of sun and clouds. tomorrow night scattered showers and storms and those will continue often on on friday. saturday they will be gone and
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summary weather comes in next. tuesday's high will get up to 85 . >> next the new partnership in that fight against opioid addiction. >> listen throughout the day for your weather first forecast
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on capitol hill lawmakers and broadcasters announced a partnership to bring awareness to the issue including public service announcements and news coverage. one senator liking nancy reagan's just a note to drug campaign. >> it's just a continuation of that legacy of telling the american people of the terrible consequences of drug addiction and this new opioid proble that we are facing. >> it's a bipartisan killer. it's a silent killer. >> commerce pass a comprehensive bill over the summer to give more resources to address the opioid epidemic. >> i was against the pipeline are calling on president obama to stop the project bought --
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the underground pipeline will cut through 18 iowa counties and pump 570 570 million barrels of oil per day. >> fantasy sports is find between families and friends. >> is also a billion-dollar business that cannot operate in iowa. steffi lee is at the capital to tell us about the changes. >> when you log onto a popular daily fantasy sport website you get a message saying it is not state represented jake highfield is crafting a bill to change that. >> it's one of the most popular activities. fantasy sports. in iowa even if the big bucks your attention plane for cash means breaking the law. multiple tries to legalize the pain of cash prizes and awards have failed. >> it is gambling. we want to make sure it's regulated and that properly. we want to make sure they have the
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>> a bill that died out there needs to be a -- >> if you have a scam artist -- >> it will be similar to casino regulations. players must be 21 and current gambling laws under the iowa racing and gaming condition losing dollars it could impact them financially. >> price with the iowa treatment program cannot come in a legislation. it's fantasy sport is not just a harmless gaming. >> we know there's a strong correlation with on line gaming in fantasy sports. it leads to the potential to have a gambling disorder. >> the state has a hotline or players can get help if they
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sure people have access to services and the appropriate information to help them make better educated decisions about the games they may be playing. >> this is steffi lee for cbs 2 news. >> iowa is a number of states including illinois and texas where lawmakers are reviewing current laws against online betting. >> still to come they have not given up a point but the lisbon lions still have a point to prove. all that a return. >> facebook at facebook/kgan cbs 2. whatcha' doin?
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now cbs 2 news with mia o'brien. >> even without jersey jeweled for most of game one and without desmond king hawkeye defense has shined so far in 2016. on saturday their toughest task to date comes to town and it's not just because it's the next game. raining fcs north dakota state -- lost attent to graduation. that offense has reloaded. >> five scenes -- seems to be
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you think that has i was attention? i think it does. easton stick is a good quarterback. >> they have given a lot of points and a lot of yards sore like i was chance to move the ball and score points. there's still sixty-six high school football teams left unbeaten in the state. but then there's libson -- they've yet to give up a point and -- as pat moroney explains -- there's another point? prove... lisbon football - has a clear identity defense first - we need to have that - that's what starts things off in games defense is where you start - and then your offense comes - so i think when we're playing good and we're on a roll it just keeps flowing throughout the game and we all have a good time timeon defense - they're having a great time - three games - three shutouts for a lions "d" that has eleven players - working as one
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communication - talking - getting people in the right places when we need to be i think it's part of our hustle - as a team we definitely communicate well - and we keep working together and when this unit ?does? face some adversity - they'll tackle that too it's just something kinda cool to look at right now - but when we get scored on - we've gotta keep our heads up shutting people out is just a statistic - we feel like the further we get in the season - somebody's gonna score on us - and it's not about how many people we shut out - it's about how we respond accomplishment - but looking ahead - we're gonna get scored on - it's not a big thing to us - we're not gonna dwell that we haven't been scored on - we've gotta come out and play - because some team's gonna score on us and it's gonna be how we bounce back in lisbon - pat moroney - - cbs two sports... kirkwood going for their thirteenth straight win new sports. >> kirkwood going for their 13th straight win tonight. erica armstrong knocks that one
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>> we will see a few more clouds in the forecast tomorrow still sunshine in there. temperatures will be close to 77
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