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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the developing story about what led to the bombing suspect from this weekend being arrested. the important role every day citizens play keeping the united states safe. the big day of vice presidential campaigning in the hawkeye state. 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
breaking news this morning out of paris - prosecutors say there have been 8 new arrests in connection to the basitlle day truck attack back in july that killed 86 people.8 men were taken into custody - all linked to the mohamed bouhlel- who plowed a 19-ton truck into a crowd of people in nice- getting ready to watch a fireworks display.isis claimed responsibility more details are emerging about the prime suspect in this weekend's bombings in new york and new jersey. jersey.federal charges could soon come down for ahmad khan rahami -- the afghan immigrant police captured after a shootout in linden, new jersey monday morning. morning.a list of terrorism charges are being prepared by federal prosecutors right now. on monday -- rahami was charged on the state-level for attempted murder of police officers and gun related charges.he shot two officers
bar-owner harinder bains found the suspect sleeping in the back of his pub. "i said vinny, did you see the guy lounging around the bar? i said look at this photo. i showed him the photo. i said, he looks exactly like this guy but only the mustache, but he looks like him. i can recognize. like, he's the same guy. he said, are you sure? i said, yes. i said, then call the cops." cops."fbi investigators aretrying to figure out if he had bombings that injured 29 people.they did say rahami made at least three trips to afghanistan and one trip to pakistan.so far they have not made any direct links to isis or any other terror groups. right now - police in saint cloud, minnesota are also looking for links overseas for the terror suspect who went on a stabbing spree saturday night.isis has claimed responsibilty for the act - but right now authorities say they haven't found a direct link.the suspect - 20-year-old dahir
somalia.he was shot and killed by part time officer jason falconer - who authorities now say stopped the attack from getting worse.falconer wasn't working on saturday - he just happened to be at the right place - at the right time. iowa senator and chair of the senate judiciary committee chuck grassley wants to know more about ?both terror suspect. suspects.senator grassley told cbs 2 news he was briefed by the f-b-i on monday about ther investigations -- but he's requesting the full immigration and criminal histories of the two me and pieces of information should provide valuable insight into what led to these attacks, and may help law enforcement in its future efforts to stop terrorists from trying to wreak havoc on our country." at the iowa capitol - -governor branstad attacked president obama and his efforts to fight the war on ter. terror."this administration hasn't taken the threat of isis and islamic extremist seriously enough and that's why i think we need new
in a coordinated effort to try and identify where the threats are and who the people who are identified with isis that are a danger to the health and well being of our citizens." citizens."the governor also accused democratic nominee hillary clinton of not supporting iowa's first-in- the-nation status in the nominating process.he claims clinton was embarassed after losing to barack obama in 2008 and narrowly defeating senator bernie sanders this year.a campaign denied the accusations, saying clinton is committed to keeping iowa at the top of the election calendar. local law enforcement say tips from the community about suspcious activity - can help make communities safer.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson johnsonis live in the newsroom with how you can help. help.good morning kevin--police departments cbs 2 news talked to - say being aware of your surroundings can possibly save your life and others.
they say suspicious activity isn't about race, ethnicity, or religious affiliation, but relates to behavior.anything from unfamiliar vehicles in your neighborhood or if someone asks detailed questions about how a business works.above all else - if you see something, say something. "we do encourage everyone to, if they do have any kind of concerns or if they see something that they deem as suspicious, to contact us.""we would p us rather than not call us. we can send a deputy out. if it's nothing, that's great, but if it turns out to be something, than we certainly want trained people to deal with it." it."law enforcement agencies in the corridor say they are in constant communication with the f-b-i about potential threats - so your participation could be extremely helpful. helpful.in the newsroom stephanie johnson cbs 2 news. an update in orlando - a new memorial is now up around the pulse
were killed earlier in the summer.a new fence was added around the building - featuring local artists work - that honors all the shooting victims.the city of orlando installed the fence yesterday - and rain storms didn't prevent several people from coming out to see it first- hand. new this morning - -police in las vegas have arrested a suspect that injured two people at a major u-s airport.the two victims were both shot in the airport's parking garage and they're in stable condition this morning.the suspect off -- right now police say the shooting suspect had previous relations with the woman -- authorities are calling it a domestic-related incident.no flights were delayed. the u-s justice department has now opened a civil rights investigaiton into a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in tulsa, oklahoma.this is video released by the tulsa police department - showing the moments leading up to the shooting on friday.the suspect- terence crutcher was not listening to the officers' commands but also did not have
reached into his vehicle.his family wants charges filed. donald trump junior is now getting critcism for tweeting out a photo last night nightcomparing syrian refugees to the candy -- skittles. skittles.here's a look at the picture -- it says if i had a bowl of skittles and i told you just three would kill you -- would you take a handful. that's our syrian refugee problem.his father is g-o-p nominee donald trump and is against letting syrian refugees into the u-s.wrigley -- the company that makes skittles -- says they don't think it's an apporpriate analogy. with less than two months left to go until november's election -- trump's running mate -- indiana governor mike pence made another stop in iowa.he campaigned in mason city and dubuque on monday -- said with the attacks in new york and new jersey -- that the leadership in washington has made the country less safe. "and i would submit to you that the weak and feckless foreign policy of barack obama and hillary clinton has
compromised the safety of the american people." people."pence says he thinks donald trump's policies would help stop future attacks.today -- govenor pence will move on to democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine's home-state of virginia. senator tim kaine - was also in iowa on monday - he made a campaign stop in central iowa - on the campus of iowa state university in ames. recent polls show the state of iowa is a toss up right now - and kaine says it will not be without the millenial vote.he encouraged students to start volunteering - and believes they connect better on topics important to young voters. "you already know what you think about lgbt equality or climate science or women's rights or immigration reform - you already know what you think - hillary clinton and i are with you and the other guys are against us and want to take us backward." backward."he also believes clinton's plan would help eliminate college debt and ensure free in state tuition
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woy light in nature: will they win the football game at recess or will batman beat superman? ((11:56 apple who's your hero? mi'sean: batman.))[durat ion:0'02"]mi'sean graham and liam ryan are no different. ((08:08 video games and football.))[duration:0'03"] except for one thing - and it's the reason their two families linger when they get together. their bond deeper because of it. their hugs longer.(nat mi'sean hugged by liam's day))[duration:0'02"] ((chris ryan/liam's father 19:38 yeah...sorry i get really joked up over this.))[duration:0'04"]you see earlier this month -- the two fifth graders walked into ((friends visiting nat))[duration:0'02"]... and sat together at lunch -- ((07:47 the thing i said was oh my god. m: ya, he said oh my god.))[duration:0'05"]liam started choking on a grape.. ((liam ryan 05:53 i put it in the side of my cheek. took a sip of milk, and the milk carried it down.06:48 i didn't know what he knew...i didn't...i was just really scared.))[duration:0'09"] ((mi'sean graham 06:12 i was tingly, and i jumped over about two people and i did the heimlich.))[duration:0'05"] ((liam ryan 07:24 everyone when i walked down, they were like oh my god what happened are you okay?))[duration:0'04"] liam was okay. mi'sean had
training. no practice. just instincts that saved his friend's life.((mi'sean graham/saved choking friend 11:19 i feel grateful that my friend was still alive.))[duration:0'04"]when the phone call came, liam's dad was overcome with emotion. ((chris ryan/liam's father 21:28 i think i burst out into tears.))[duration:0'03"]milton rescue presented mi'sean a lifesaving award.surely enough to make any mom proud. ((jessica brown/mi'sean's mom 27:57 the love that i give him he's sharing.))[duration:0'03"] ((mi'sean 08:45 we've always had a bond in a way.))[duration :0'03"]the humble fifth grader is now heaped in praise -- figure out how you can possibly thank someone enough for saving your son's life? ((23:41 thank you. thank you so much. he has my eternal respect and gratitude for what he did.))[duration:0'08"] ((nats the two boys laughing)) powerful words of thanks for a young boy -- a hero in their
here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... the iowa city board of adjustment will soon decide whether a couple can build a 75-hundred square foot home that looks like kinnick stadium.the board decided last week to postpone its decision. as cbs 2 news first reported in june - the plans for the home include brick siding and a replica of the stadium's press box.in july - neighbors filed an appeal complaining about the home's size - describing it as a tailgating venue. on wednesday. raising the minimum wage across the state could become a topic for lawmakers in 20-17. governor terry branstad is calling on the iowa legislature to address the issue.last week -- the linn county board of supervisors approved a local increase that will bump the wage to 10-25 over the next three years. johnson and wapello counties have also passed county-wide increases.a similar proposal is being considered in polk county.
game... ron calozzi has really done a good job and i don't know if we can cover a punt right now he's not giving us a chance. he's really doing a good job there so that's certainley a positive."no offense to the iowa punting game -- but when that's the only positive thing kirk ferentz takes away from a game -- it's not a good thing -- saturday c.j. beathard looked off, the running back was no existant -- and the hawkeye defense got gashedand that's becoming a trend early in the season -- if you take away the iowa state game -- iowa is per game -- how do they fix it? -- pretty simple to the hawks -- just execute. execute. "i mean everybody gets a little tired, but i don't think we were phased by that... we just need to execute. again we need to be in the spots that we are suppose to be in. in those situations we just have to know what's going to happen, anticipate, and we just didn't execute when we needed to." to.""communication issues and then fit issues. we need to look at the film this coming
it."iowa state trying to move on from 3 straight losses to start the season and three games with not much success on the offensive side of things - - matt campbell released their depth chart for san jose state -- with joel lanning listed as q-b number 1 and jacob park his backup -- but the head cyclone left the door open on making a change at quarterback -- both played the last two weeks and campbell says that both will continue to see the field. field. "we will continue to i think i really trust both of those guys to play and we will try to do whatever gives us the best situation, the best opportunity to be successful. i think we will continue to navigate that even game per game of what that looks like and sometimes even series for series and they both have skill sets that i think can really help our football team be successful ."the big 4 classic -- has a new name -- the hy-vee classic -- but nothing else is changing at least through the 20-19 season -- the 4 schools announced the
doubleheader today -- this year's event will take place on december 17th -- with u-n-i facing iowa -- and iowa state taking on drake at the well in des moines -- game times and t-v info will be released at a later date. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well
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yesterday.miller is accused of brutally murdering his girlfriend -- sabrina hustad janish -- last october.the prosecution insists that miller should be convicted of first degrree murder, considering investigators found miller's blood on janish and also in vehicles he allegedly stole. but the defense argues that there's no motive, and there's a significant lack of evidence. "can you name the time of death? no. they cannot tell you when ms. hustad died. there's no evidence between these four walls of the time of death. as a matter of fact, there was not a finger lifted to try and determine ms. hustad's whereabouts on that day or the prior day." day.""i guess the question is who killed sabrina hustad janish? what does the evidence show? it shows the dna of only two people being present, including that of the defendant" defendant."the jurors continue deliberations today.if miller
murder, he'll spend the rest of his life in prison.you can follow along on twitter for live updates today - just search cbs 2 iowa. after published reports that waterloo police chief -- --dan trelka was about to lose his job -- the city's mayor now says he's not ready to take that action. action.instead -- he says he wants to give chief trelka a chance to rebuild public trust between cops and the community. mayor quentin hart says he's ordered chief trelka to focus on improving the city's police . department.reports that trelka would be asked to resign after a series of costly cases involving white officers and their interactions with black residents.mayor hart said the actions of a few officers don't represent the entire police force. new data shows iowa law enforcement agencies - across the entire state- seized cash, cars and property from at least one-thousand people that were not accused of a crim. crime.a des moines register investigation found the number of these cases has skyrocketed in recent years.that's due in
80's.as for the tens-of- millions-of-dollars seized, the report found most of that money went unclaimed so it eventually went to law enforcement.supporters say the law deters criminal activity-- but opponents say some agencies are using the practice to pad their budgets. right now -- iowa governor terry branstad -- --is asking president obama for disaster assistance after flooding earlier this summer. summer.the governor wants a federal declaration for eight counties in north-east iowa that were hit hard by heavy rains and flash flooding. flooding.the high shutdown schools.one person died when their car was swept away in high water. governor branstad has already issued a ?state disaster proclamation. if president obama adds a federal declaration -- it would open up more assistance to local and state agencies trying to recover. a massive oil spill has several states bracing for a gas price jump. the colonial pipeline carries fuel from houston to new york. earlier this month, the line was shut down after more than
erupted from an underground pipe in alabama. six southern states are now under emergency orders - allowing oil workers to work longer hours in hopes of avoiding a crisis. neighbors near the spill are worried about environmental impacts. the e-p-a says most of the oil spilled into a mining retention pond and doesn't pose a risk to residents. some gas stations in those six states who are now under emergency orders are at times without gas.that's causing many drivers to scramble looking to fill up their when stations have gas -- consumers have to be weary about price gouging.yesterday -- at least four hundred consumers had filed complaints in that state -- accusing gas stations of raising their prices to make a buck off the gas shortage. that pipeline mishap is r- energizing groups opposed to the bakken oil pipeline that will cut diagionally through io. iowa.this weekend -- dozens of people were arrested in south-east iowa near sandusky. more than 40 demonstrators
a dakota access worksite. people opposed to the project say the break in alabama adds to their argument that pipelines pose a danger to the land they run through. adam mason iowa citizens for community improvement 1;01;57;03 this recent spill in the south definitely reenforces our concerns about a spill here in iowa. you know we've seen hundreds of spills over the last 10 years it's just iowa common sense thats not a question of if the pipeline will leak it's a question of when. when. access pipeline is about 60- percent finished across its four state route from north dakota to illinois.we'd like to hear your opinion on the issue- you can join the conversation on our facebook - page - just search kgan cbs 2 iowa. in dubuque - city officials are now considering adding more solar panels on top of more city buildings. they hope the move will reduce electricity consumption and help the environment.the city council is looking into installing solar panels on dubuque's six fire stations,
it's all apart of the city's goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 50-percent by 20-30. there are new details in the middle east - in syria -- there are reports that aid trucks in the rebel held city of aleppo -- were hit by an airstrike. airstrike.on monday -- rebel commanders were declaring the russian and u-s brokered cease-fire dead.the seven day break in civil war was supposed to last seven days -- but aerial attacks were reported on sunday.now -- more in shows the cease-fire was repeatedly violated by both sides. the conflict in syria will be one of many global crises that will be discussed today in new york city.world leaders are gathering at the united nations general assembly today. other topics leaders will discuss are the growing number of attacks around the world by islamic extremists and the millions of people fleeing war zones.yesterday - the u-n held a summit for refugees and migrants. later this morning - the department of transportation will release
deploying self-driving vehicles. vehicles.auto-companies are racing to work on the new technology -- some say it could someday rule the road. the new guidelines could lay out how the vehicles should perform.it gives automakers a 15-point safety assessment for vehicles -- trying to make them safe to test on the roads. federal officials say their regulations would be updated annually to keep up with advancments with the technology. also happening later today - the c-e-o of wells fargo plans to apologize to a congressional panel today on capitol hill.right now - several wells fargo employees are accused of opening millions of fake accounts - in order to meet sales targets.in prepared testimony - c-e-o john stumpf plans to say his company betrayed customers' trust - and says the bank should've acted sooner to stop the unacceptable activity. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the big gesture from a stranger that came at just the right tim. time.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
a simple gesture can change someones life. life.one customer service rep - helped brighten up a customer's day - when she was going through a rough patch in her life. life.claudia rupcich explains the big gesture -- that had a big impact. impact. (nats)"thanks for calling capital one in richmond, virginia this is tonya."this is tonya kyy-905....(nats)"i'm 34, known by her capital one employee i-d, after a story about her kind gesture toward a customer went viral.... "christina grady, she gave me a call."grady called capital one from pittsburgh for credit card help.she told tonya her fiancahad recently broken up with her....and she had to find a new place to live.the 36-year-old's card was shut off for suspicious activity when she tried sending furniture to the new address. (tonya kyy-905, capital one employee) "and it was what she said and how she said it. i
her a hug....instead, tonya gave her 45-hundred free miles... and decided to send her flowers.(tonya kyy-905, capital one employee) "i wanted to do something extra special to help brighten her day."five days later, grady got a text from her ex-fiance saying someone had sent her flowers.grady shared the story on facebook with a picture of those flowers....and the card tonya sent.grady posted "tonya kky905, you are a genius and a role model to women looking out for women.'(tonya kyy-905, capital one employee) "i didn't know it was this huge thg. viral, grady continued to share the story....featured on cosmo and buzzfeed.grady called tonya back to thank her....saying she's changed her perspective in life.(tonya kyy-905, capital one employee) "i feel like it meant more to me that it made her so happy and it just perked her up. you know? and it just changed her whole attitude."but tonya says she is the grateful one....and she's got a message for grady. (tonya kyy-905, capital one employee) "i'm so happy that you're happy but truly you have made a mark on me that
twitter users have a little more space to express themselves...the tech company has finally 140-character limit. limit.photos -- gifs -- videos -- polls or quotes no longer impact the character total. links still count against your tweet -- but reports show that soon could change.it comes as twitter tries to appeal to new users while still trying to
replacements for samsung's galaxy note 7 will be available in the u-s starting w. wednesday.the smartphone was recalled last week after dozens of people reported it caught fire while charging.the note 7 exchange program got off to a bumpy start outside the united states on monday.in samsung's home market of south korea, the program didn't attract much demand in seoul. and only a few were actually able to exchange their phones. an online petition is now working to save the world's only store.it's located in cambridge massachusetts.the owner says they started the petition because they need to relocate. the petition says one could say curious george was born and raised in massachusetts- since the book's authors margret and h.a. rey settled there after escaping europe during world war two.the store is the only store in the surrounding area dedicated to children's literacy and
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when linn county voters go to the ballot box in november -- one of the biggest votes they'll cast wont be for any candidate in any office. office.linn county decided to expand the board from three to five almost ten years ago.last summer, the group- concerned citizens of linn county- county-started rounding up signatures to shrink the board back to three. three. in rural linn county -- it's pretty common to ?not see a lot of people.but in the linn county board of supervisors meetings -- at least two representatives are here to champion the rural cause.john harris represents district
south and splits it up but it goes from mount vernon to prairieburg to coggen... they're rural communities that john is afraid would get left behind if the board shrinks. district four supervisor brent oleson feels the same way. people that vote for me that i directly represnt are from marion, are from central city, are from bertramoleson says a strong cedar rapids is good for all of linn county.but with just three seats -- the board may be dominated by supervisors elected by the voters who live in the city -- and something like the much needed improvements on squaw creek ridge road and lakeside road may have never happened. oleson says that's how it was before the board expanded in the late 2000's -- when he says road budgets and rural priorities suffered.he says the same thing happened when the cedar crossing casino project was figuring out ?who would pay for ?what."we were asked to bond 25-million dollars to build a parking garage and own the parking garage for the casino. and i
says the temptation to become what he calls an "extension of the city council" is there all the time -- it's up to the supervisors to push back. "we're working with them, but keeping them in check, it protects the county taxpayer." one of the most vocal opponents of the supervisors is kevin kula.one thing that i have found out since i started going to the meetings and stuff is that there's not enough work for five people let alone three full time.he argues that rural linn county isn't represented when the supervisors give hundreds of thousands o artwork that ends up throughout cedar rapids -- while the abbie center gets shutdown.brent oleson disagrees.when one of two historic bridges was washed out in bertram -- brent says the city's small -- part time council -- came to him to help get the money they needed to replace it.the same thing happened between central city and coggon -- with a railroad crossing needed to be repaired. i met someone at the convenience store and we drove out together, took pictures, and sent it to the railroad. i'm not sure you get that kind of close representation
to three members and the profesional manager type that its more burocracyone big criticism for the board is its salary -- they (each?!?) pull in more than 100-thousand dollars a year.randy ray says he has a compromise -- and he's challenging brent oleson for the district four seat.he wants to cut the salaries back to 70-thousand dollars a year -- ultimately saving a half million dollars over five problem solver for both -- it cuts their salaries, which some people are worried about, and keeps the representation kula says this decision is going to come down to voters being educated on the issue.if i feel that the people were represented and educated and know what they were voting for, then i don't have a problem with it. that's my whole thing is tot get it out there so all the people know about it and can vote on it.he says a lot of time -- people don't know about their options for county government.john harris says what's clear over
like what the supervisors are doing -- and how they do it. "i'm not sure if that's coming from the silent majority -- or the vocal minority" if the board drops to three members, they would have to be careful about open meeting laws.no two supervisors would be able to have private conversations - meaning they could only talk to each other during their meetings. meetings.if this referendum passes -- there would be another vote to figure out what the linn county board of supervisors would end up options -- three at large supervisors -- redrawing the districts from five to three -- or a combination -- where two supervisors each cover half the county -- with one at-large member on the board. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the new memorial for one of the deadliest mass shootings in u- s history. history.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
right now on cbs 2 this morning...the developing story about what led to the bombing suspect from this weekend being arrested. the important role every day citizens play keeping the united states safe. the big day of vice presidential campaigning in the hawkeye state. the big day of vice presidential campaigning from the hawk eye state.