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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the two major party vice presidential candidates do battle across iowa. the special chance for kids in the corridor to jump behind the controls of some pretty big equipment. the international research that starts with one big step in the corridor. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
?ten days. days.first up this afternoon -- democratic v-p nominee senator tim kaine will be in ames.the virginia senator is holding an event with his wife at iowa state university's memorial union.kaine is expected to focus on how young people can get involved in the campaign, a theme in the senator's iowa visits.his first visit to the state after getting the nomination was at kirkwood community college in cedar rapids last month. on the republican side, v-p nominee mike pence has two stops sche the indiana governor will hold a town hall this afternoon in mason city, then a rally tonight at a manufacturing company in dubuque.today's stops will be the fourth and fifth iowa events for pence since he got the vice- presidential nomination in july.recent polls show the trump-pence ticket has now taken a slim lead over clinton-kaine in iowa. in 19-72 -- thomas eagleton was removed from the democratic ticket for vice president after doctors suggested his bouts with
country.cbs 2 news reporter matt hammill takes a look at the health of candidates today - -and what you want to know in this morning's say what. what. " i am as healthy as when i was 30 " after hillary clinton's bout with pnemonia - and editorials accusing donald trump of erratic behavior - some voters have called for the candidates - to release their entire medical history.but others say that's rediculous. rediculous." after all we've had a president with polio " problems - - and fdr's paralysis - were kept secret fearing stigma.but today - he sees few limitations. " only if they had a history of severe mental illness, i don't think any physical illness should disqualify somebody from serving if they're willing to serve " " in a medical record there's so much private information " robert says - releasing medical files should not be mandatory - - but admits - if we knew everything - about candidates who would be
a second term - - voters might take a harder look - - at the entire ticket. ticket." if there was a case where a presidential candidate would possibly not be able to serve a full term due to medical issues, i would certainly be looking at their vice president to make sure their vicde president to make sure their vice president to make sure their vice president is somebody i would like to be president. " " everyone has to come to their own conclusino about what it means. " quinton says - especially in this presidental fight - - things tend to get blown out of proportion.but he wishes voters could find out - what's a minor iles chronic." i think the american people need to have a good general idea of the health - mental health and physical health of the person who is going to be leading the country. " but richard says at least from a physical stand- point - the campaign trail is proof enough - it's a marathon " i just think they got such a hectic schedule that i'm surprised more things don't happen to the people that's just hard to do all that traveling and campaigning. " " " i feel fine "
this topic - - and we encourage you to share yours - right now - on our facebook page.i'm matt hammill. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect you with the presidential candidates. we've asked them to participate in extended interviews with our stations all across the country. country.now we want to hear from you.tell us what questions you want us to ask the candidates. you can contact us by email - or on facebook. "music playing..." playing..."a popular corridor event was also place to register to vote this weekend. sunday was the fifth annual festival latino de cedar rapids.the free event had latino bands -- food -- and activities for everyone.the festival also honors the rich culture of the corridor and encourages people there to get involved. "we're bringing a cultural event to town, we want to celebrate with the community. at the same time we are also doing voter registration for people that are interested
vote in november. it's a little bit of social, cultural and political event." new this morning - -everyone is now safe after a house fire in iowa city. city.it happened just before seven last night on highland avenuesomebody noticed smoke coming from a basement window and called 9-1-1.everyone got out of the home safely before firefighters arrived and found a fire in the basement.crews had the fire out in about 15 minutes.the home suffered about 30-thousand dollars in damages.right now - investigation. a traffic alert for you this mo. morning.crews today continue sewer maintenance work along first avenue in cedar rapids. rapids.this morning, workers cut off access to i-380 northbound from eastbound traffic on first avenue. drivers will have to detour to first-street southwest and e-avenue southwest to get onto northbound 380.westbound drivers on first avenue can still get onto 380 as normal. in coralville this weekend, weekend, kids got a chance to
iowa children's museum hosted the move it -- dig it -- do it event.kids enjoyed free indoor and outdoor activities all day long.businesses and organizations donated their time and equipment. "they're all vehicles that kids see from their car every day but they don't get to go up close and see what they're all about and learn more about them, so that's kind of the idea of the event." event."last year -- about 25- hundered people showed up at the move it -- dig it -- do it event.this year -- museum reps say more than three people attended. right now - they're on their way to mexico, but some colorful insects made a stop in the corridor over the weeken. weekend.sunday afternoon, monarch butterflies fluttered through oxford - as people caught them, tagged them, and set them free to once again to be on their way.the orange and black butterflies travel more than two thousand miles to mexico each fall.the tagged monarchs will be monitored on
main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- a bit of fog in the area this morninga&-temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly conditions- the next three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather
field---(nat)out front waving the wildcat flag proudly is number 24(nat)(mom cam)on the side line snapping images is one proud motheryou see number 24 usually holds the water bottles---but on this day robby heil, the special needs senior is suited up--(nat) mom, debbie thinks she's here just to see robby in uniform (18;33:00 thought) see both teams are going to get together and have a nice picture. ---she has no idea what's in store.....(family) the familyso when family learned robby's mom has advanced cancer--the wildcats decided to give debbie more than just a picture.(nat of whistle start of moment)with a time out--novi's new star takes the field.to roaring crowd.(nat)and with hike -- number 24 gets the ball, and watch as robby runs 20 yards. his mom breaks down ---as she witnesses robby's dream of scoring a touchdown come to
opposing took time to honor robby18:44:45 on behalf of south lyons east this is your number 1 jersey(coach talk) that's way more important than football.come comes into the huddle---just amazed by what she witnessed(nat) 18:45: 45 this is his time take it robby ( debbie heil/ proud mother cancer) this team has been instrumental in helping me get him to practice while i'm at chemo it takes a village to raise my son and this village has really been outstanding (jeff burnside/ head coachsmile) no matter how bad a day he's having it's a smile from ear to ear and the opportunity to put that helmet on tonight it brought tears to my eyes tonight and tears all over the place.two schools cheering on champion-- a mother overwhelmed with joy and true example of wildcat team spirit.(robby) wildcats
taking a look at your??????? your??????? here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... authorities in northeast iowa are now trying to figure out how a college student ended up dead in the upper iowa river. search and rescue crews found the body of 21-year-old bjorn norderhaug in the river sunday. the luther college student from minnesota was last seen at a bar in decorah early saturday morning.luther held a prayer gathering sunday evening on campus. part of a now-closed mental health institute in iowa will soon reopen under new management.zion recovery services, a company that offers substance abuse treatment, wants to use four wards at the clarinda facility to expand its residential services.the move could complicate any future efforts to reopen the space as a state-run mental health facility.right now - the iowa supreme court is reviewing a lawsuit that challenges governor branstad's decision to close the institute along with a facility in mount
a late field goal sunk the hawkeyes on saturday - and if you've monitored north dakota state's track record against f-b-s teams - that's no surprise - what is a mild surprise - was how far iowa fell in sunday's new a-p poll... they fell so far - they're no longer ranked - the hawks drop from 13th to - all the way out of the top 25 - iowa still received 47 votes - and in the coaches poll - they checked in at number-25 - the rest of the big ten still looks good - ohio state, michigan, state, and wisconsin are all ranked in the top 11... while the iowa running game stalled on saturday -- the bison ran wild -- rushing for 239 yards - it's been a long time since the hawkeyes have been gashed like that - and when you combine that with their own miscues - it was a humbling afternoon for the defense... "it wouldn't trickery by any circumstance with them. they just did a good job executing and i think they were plus two hundred at least running the football.... we're not gonna be successful doing that -- i know that." that.""i feel like we didn't
break through for five or plus yards every time... and i don't think we were really focused on our key assignments " today.""they were physical, they came off the ball hard they finished plays their running backs ran hard.... they're good! i mean they don't win five national titles in a row by chance. they're good and they were better than us today."." the last time the chiefs traveled to houston to play the texans - was for a playoff game in january - and that was a good day for k-c - they pounded the texans - 30 to zero - and earned their first postseason win in over twenty years - today different ballgame... alex smith and the chiefs - trying to move to 2 and 0 on the season... first drive - texans in the red zone - and k-c buckles down - marcus peters steps in front of the brock osweiler pass - that's an i-n-t - peters takes it all the way back to the 20-yard line... but on the next drive - the sun devil gets it back - he fakes the screen and throws it long to deandre hopkins - six points for houston - they grab the early lead... fast forward to the end of half -
hit from behind by john simon - the ball comes loose - recovered by the texans - they lead by ten at the break... third quarter - same score - and peters gets osweiler again - the young corner was draped all over deandre hopkins - and he hauls in his second pick of the day... but the offense just wasn't there in this one... the chiefs lose to the texans - 19 to 12 - they go all day without scoring a touchdown - they'll host the jets next sunday... cedar rapids xie into one of the state's premier football programs -- and the proof is in the performance - they've made ten straight trips to the playoffs - and the team that started that streak - reunited to remember on friday night - mitch fick has more on the saints... ten years...that's a lifetime in football years.but for the two thousand six xavier saints...it's been the blink of an eye. eye. "yeah, it kinda snuck up on us. just thinking about the fact that it's been ten years is just unbelievable." unbelievable." "it went by
does -- you get busy and the next thing you know, you're an old guy."on friday night -- before the twenty sixteen edition of xavier's football program moved to four and oh with a thirty five seven win over charles city -- the oh- six team reunited -- part of the school's celebration of the ten-year anniversary of the team's undefeated, state championship season. season."one newspaper - i think it was the sioux city journal -- where i'm quoted as saying that for those guys to do what they did was really unbelievable. we heard a coaching staff say there's no way you can win a 4a title with going both ways."the accomplishment is impressive enough on its own -- but some of the details are still incredible. xavier's a three-a school now -- but that title came in four-a -- where the saints were one of the smallest schools in the class. on top of that -- the team didn't produce a single f-b-s scholarship player -- that's almost unheard of for a state title team at that level...but for xavier...that's just how they do things. things. "i mean, that's purely reflective on the coaching. the guys on the team just
our coaches that much. they put in so much work and so much effort to build this program to what it is now." now.""coach schulte put on our shirts 'do your job.' he got 11 people on each side of the ball every time to do my job. like, i will do my job. it doesn't have to be great. it doesn't have to be perfect, but i will do what's asked of m" me." "you look at the teams we've had since then, they certainly have a high standard to look up to -- and we're not afraid to tell them, 'this is what this group was like and this is where you gotta try to be like."in cedar rapids -- sports.that's it for sports, have a great day. cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
"is that credit karma again?" "just wanna see if my score changed..you wanna check yours?" "scores don't change that much. i haven't changed." "oh really?" "it's girls'night. ah huh." "they said business casual." "i love summer weddings!" "oh no." "yeah, maybe it is time. maybe i should check my credit score." "try credit karma. it's free."
oktoberfest is now going on in germany.the rain and strict security didn't dampen any spir. spirits.in light of recent attacks in the country, authorities have erected a large metal fence, banned installed more security cameras and instituted multiple security checks for vi. visitors.bands and beer wagons rolled through the city ahead of festivities in the traditional "march of the innkeepers."this year's oktoberfest runs through
i'm hillary clinton and e this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john 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...
on cbs 2 this morning...the developing investigations into attacks across the united states over the weekend. the international event sending president obama to new york city. the huge challenge chicago police are now taking head on in an effort to increase transparency. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
new jersey, after a backpack with five suspicious devices inside was found at a train station last night. night.hena daniels is in new york with the latest developments in both cases. cases. -nats- (stringer video/mcdermo tt)authorities in new jersey suspended train service overnight...after a backpack with five suspicious devices inside a&was found at the train station in elizabeth. -nats- boom! explosion (stringer the city's mayor says one of the devices inside went off unintentionally a&as a bomb squad began inspecting it.the development came as the fbi and nypd took several people into custody during a traffic stop in brooklyn sunday night... in connection to saturday's explosion in new york's chelsea neighborhood. this surveillance video obtained by nbc shows people running for cover...after the pressure cooker bomb was set off.-nat/sot- 'i'm wanting to help. come with me. i'm holding you, ok? nearly 30 people were injureda second pressure cooker device found four blocks away, was
- city officials are not calling the incident an act of terrorism: (sot new york mayor bill de blasio) "we have a lot more work to do to be able to say what kind of motivation was behind this - was it a political motivation, a personal motivation."(standup: hena daniels cbs news new york, ny) some intelligence experts are pointing to connections between the attack here in chelsea and the boston marathon bombing:a pressure cooker device was used in the 2013 marathon attack.but unlike that one -- officials say the devices found in new york had cell phones attached: (sot ed davis/ former police commissioner mon0001) that's a step up in sophistication from what we saw here in boston. that gives them the ability to detonate the thing from anywhere. investigators are trying to figure out whether the chelsea bombing is connected to another explosion saturday in new jersey...which also may have also used a cell phone as a trigger.hena daniels cbs news the pressure cooker that didn't explode saturday in new york city will be sent to the f-b-i lab at quantico.all of the victims in saturday's explosion have been released from the hospital.
federal agents - -are now trying to figure out if a man who stabbed nine people is linked to isis. isis.police shot and killed the man after the attacks at a mall in saint cloud - about an hour northwest of minneapolis. a news agency run by the islamic state called the man one of their soldiers.the 20-year-old man dressed as a security guard was killed by an off-duty police officer. the city's mayor says whatever the attacker had planned it did not work. "we're a strong community. we're a unit there is this individual's evil act, unjustifiable in any means, will not shake the resolve of this community." community."authorities have not identified the attacker but say his only prior record is for traffic violations.all nine of the people he stabbed are expected to recover. in chicago -- police now say they're ready to host the largest body camera deployment
officials sunday outlined their plan to equip every chicago police officer with a wearable camera by the end of 20-18.that's more than four- thousand body cameras.police say the cameras are key to ensuring more accountability and transparency.since the system relies on cops to turn the camera on at the start of a call -- and off when finished -- the equipment is only as good as the officer's training. "we've got alot more work ahead of us to do.""we're working toward the officers getting properly trained." "i've worn a body camera goof it up sometimes." sometimes."the process started as a pilot program in january of 20-15.the total price tag for the additional cameras is about eight-million dollars. it will be funded through the police department's budget and grants. in eastern iowa -- another police department has enough money to get cameras for all its officers. officers.a one-thousand dollar donation helped the cedar falls police department reach its fundraising goal of 30- thousand dollars.the department has some cameras -- but officers have to share
money will allow the department to outfit each officer with their own body cam. right now, now,security is tight as the world's eyes are turning to new york city for the united nations general assembly meeting today. today.some of the big topics expected to come up are syria and the refugee crisis, with an emphasis on humanitarian aid.president obama is in new york city for the four-day event.this will be one of his last major addresses on the world stage. thousands of law officers, led by the secret service are keeping watch as leaders come from all over the world.margaret brennan met with some of the sharpshooters in charge of protecting president obama. obama. sniper/gunshot nats) hit! left eyebrow! (target falls) the secret service's elite counter sniper team are trained to hit targets dead on...(travis) "we have to be ready to drop down and take that shot if need be."or, in the worst case scenario, put themselves in the line of fire. travis taylor has been
) you signed up to take a bullet for the president? (travis) yes ma'am(mb) that's a lot to sign up for (travis) it is. absolutely.wherever the president is, countersnipers protect him from above. they work in teams of two, armed with high powered assault rifles that can hit would be assasins hundreds of yards away.(nats wind caller calling shots)the key to an accurate hit is the "wind caller" -- here, it's travis, telling his partner terry precisely aim to counteract the wind.(mb 12:14:00 ) so you really have to trust your partner? (terry) absolutely. completely.(mb) so you can take the shot or you can help aim the target?(travis) yes, we're ambidextrous in that way so if i see a target, i'll drop down and he'll start calling. if he sees the target, i'll become the communicator and wind caller and i'll give him his hold so he can take the shot and he's just thinking about pressing the trigger. (nats potus in havana)the most complicated scenarios are overseas...in unfamiliar terrain. (nats dennis with binoculars scouting potus route)during a
poland, dennis - a 10 year veteran of the team -- was concerned about how a sniper might conceal himself among the buildings lining the motorcade route.(mb/dennis walk-n-talk) so the president's going to come around here, i'm gonna assume all these people coming out looking out their windows, potentially could have 1000 open windows right here to be concerned about. in this age of frequent terror attacks, open windows are not the only concern.(dennis) we're worried about suicide bombers, we're worried about car bombs // you look at that car and its suspicious, or a guy that's walking down the street in july and he's got a heavy unusual.mb, cbs news,washingt on. no sniper team member has had to fire a shot since the unit was formed in 1971.it's a record they say they're determined to maintain. everyone is safe this morning after a scare at the denver international airport. airport.a plane ended up going off the runway before take-off last night.authorities are still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong.there were no injuries on the reno-bound flight. people in parts of the
panic this morning, as a gas pipeline spill has many worried about a gas shortage. shortage.right now - six states are under emergency orders - allowing fuel truck drivers to work longer hours. the pipeline in alabama is shut down right now - but not before it dumped at least a quarter of a ?billion gallons of gas.that's leading to long lines, price spikes, and some gas stations with no gas to sell. "i hit like three gas stations and all of them empty.""we have a pipeline burst and there's a shortage, so i'm trying to fi freaking out for no reason. i think we should chill out and let the problem resolve itself." itself."triple-a believes the problem will only be temporary. they say repairs to the leaking pipeline in alabama are expected sometime in the next week.still, experts say the south should brace for a 20- to 40-cent price bump per gallon. minnesota reigns supreme this morning -- after the first midwest border battle of the n-f-l season. season.the vikings held their first regular season game at their brand new u-s bank stadium last night -- hosting their rivals -- the green bay
to a seven-nothing lead in the first quarter -- but it was the vikings leading 10-7 at the half.the vikings went on to win this one 17 to 14 -- but the big news of the night was their star running back -- adrian peterson -- leaving the game with a knee injury. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.coming up next...the message from local veterans to other americans about america's forgotten war. war.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
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the korean war is often called the forgotten war. war.but sunday - v-f-w post seven-88 in cedar rapids honored the veterans involved in that war. war.cbs 2 news reporter - connor morgan explains the message forgotten fighters have for americans to. today. dozens of veterans - from soldiers and sailors to fighters and flyers - gathered today to be honored for their duty during the korean war.and these veterans remember.marine corps veteran john sackett remembers his captain saying - "we got a chopper coming to take you home, and i said, 'yes sir!'"you home, and i coming to take you home, and i said, 'yes sir!'""and that was after you had gotten wounded...?""three times." three purple hearts to show for his service - sackett and other veterans don't feel the korean war gets the recognition it deserves."the fact that they were using the word conflict is an insult. it was a war.""president truman called it a police action, like we was over there to arrest 'em or something. but no, they were killing you." despite the deaths -"if you could do it all over again,
sign up again if i could.""i would have no reservations about going over there and doing the same thing again." stand-up: known as the forgotten war, korean war veterans say people who take a knee during the national anthem are the ones forgetting, both the service and the sacrifice of the military."that's a desecration of that flag.""athletes that don't stand for it or recognize it, they shouldn't even be playing in the national football league.""i would like to see them stand. i would, and it can be condition, but i would do the best i can.""the guys that i saw wounded and killed didn't give their lives so that someone could be non-patriotic and not recognize the sacrifices that were given." the war ended in 1953, but no peace treaty was ever signed - so technically, north korea and south korea are still at wa. war.
august, despite food and energy prices remaining unchanged.one driver of higher costs was medical bills - which saw the largest one month increase in 32 years. it was the busiest july ever on u-s roads. roads.the department of transportation says driver traveled more than 287-billion miles in july.that's a 2- percent increase over last year -- and puts 20-16 on pace to be a record year for driving.many analysts say the big reason for the jump is across the country. the first lawsuit has now been filed against wells fargo. fargo.three plaintiffs in utah are suing the bank for fraud, invasion of privacy, and breach of contract.this follows the recent news that the bank collected fees on millions of unauthorized accounts, used to inflate sales numbers.wells fargo has agreed to pay 185-million- dollars in fines and refund five-million more to customers. now both the department of justice and the u-s house financial services committee
investigations into the bank's practices. 21st century fox says netflix is poaching its employees. employees.fox has filed a lawsuit accusing netflix of recruiting and inducing their employees to leave fox despite being under contract.fox says netflix lured two of its vice presidents to illegally break their contracts and move to the streaming giant.the lawsuit asks for a permanent injunction blocking netflix from trying to poach its contracted executives.netflix says it will vigorously twitter's live-streaming of n- f-l games is an early hit with . fans.this past thursday night's game between the jets and bills was widely praised on twitter by viewers - but tv viewership was still the greatest.during an average minute of the game more than 15-million people were watching on c-b-s and the n-f- l network.about 243-thousand twitter users checked in. at the box office this weekend, tom hanks latest movie "sully" was number one for the second
two, the continuation of the horror movie, blair witch brought in nine point seven mil. million.renee zellweger's latest "bridget jones's baby" was number three with eight point two million, the franchise's weakest opening ever. rounding out the top five, snowden and don't breathe. it's right now it's degrees in after the break...the most memorable moments from last night's prime-time emmy awards. awards.in your cbs 2 weather
the best in television now have some new emmy awards for their collection! collection!the prime time emmy awards were last night.david daniel gives us the highlights. highlights. "there you go. all right!"the very first thing emmy host jimmy kimmel did was hand a trophy to "transparent" star jeffrey tambor. less than an hour later, it was official: tambor won his second straight emmy for playing a transgender woman."please give transgender auditions. give them their story. [pull up] i would not be unhappy were i the last cisgender male to play a female transgender on television.""julia louis- dreyfus, 'veep.'"history was made as julia louis-dreyfus won her fifth consecutive emmy for the political comedy... and after a light-hearted apology for helping create "the current political
with a heavy-hearted tribute. "i'd like to dedicate this to my father, william louis- dreyfus, who passed away on friday, and i'm so glad that he liked 'veep,' because his opinion was the one that really mattered. thank you." (nat-applause)"'the people v. o.j. simpson!'"the night's big winner was "the people v. o-j simpson," taking best limited series and four other awards... including one for sarah paulson, who gave a stirring defense of the real-life character she played. "the more i learned about the real marcia clark, not the two- dimensional cardboard cut-out i saw on the news, but the complicated, whip-smart, giant-hearted mother of two who woke up every day, put both feet on the floor, and dedicated herself to righting an unconscionable wrong: the loss of two innocents, ron goldman and nicole brown, the more i had to recognize that i, along with the rest of the world, had been superficial and careless in my judgement, and i am glad to be able to stand here today in front of
sorry." (nat-applause)in hollywood, i'm david daniel. "game of thrones" and "veep" each won their second straight best series emmys, for drama and comedy, respectively. respectively.first-time winners took first-time winners took the top drama prizes: rami malek took best actor for "mister robot," and tatiana maslany won best actress for "orphan black". if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the competition for attention between the two major party v-p nominees. nominees.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
right now on cbs 2 this morning...the two major party vice presidential candidates do battle across iowa. the special chance for kids in the corridor to jump behind the controls of some pretty big equipment. the international research that starts with right now i'm cbs2 this morning, the two major vice presidential nominees during battle. >> the chance for kids in the corridor to jump behind the controls of big equipment .