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shootings of unarmed black men. the weather has quieted down a bit. of flooding day. let's look at the radar. most of the moisture moving to the east. look at the rainfall. here are some of the numbers. anywhere from an inch to as much is 4 inches and some spots. you see back towards the gades mills area and the soda anywhere from 3 inches plus 3 inches plus and flash flood continues until 2:45 p.m. this afternoon. a slight risk like we told you this morning and it has been now pushed further north. severe storms across northern iowa and flash flood watch in effect until tomorrow evening that includes waterloo and black hawk and butler county's and that will stay with us all
partly cloudy in cedar rapids. temperature at 74 degrees. full forecast including the evening and overnight in coming up in about 10 minutes time. cedar rapids will host a national conference beyond potential impacts of hundreds of visitors it will draw. we're joined live with joe. >>reporter: this morning go cedar rapids announced the city of five seasons will host the 2017 sports event conference. that gives us a chance to show up sport venues like the veterans memorial stadium right here. organizers say that sport event media group calls this the relationship conference giving sports events planners a chance to meet with city representatives from across the country. they say it gives an extra boost to the city hosting and
visit the sports centers. cedar rapids go says the initial impact will be like any other conference but the potential for long-term economic impact is the game changer. rapids for 4 to 5 days allowing us to showcase our destination to these rights holders who are trying to figure out where are they going to have ei host their national championship their regional championships." "in all the sports conference attendees represent $128 million of sports event business and organizers in cedar rapids are hoping to bring as much of that here as they can.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, joe huisinga, cbs 2 news. under a new leader, the university of iowa has a new plan to fight sexual assault. this morning, they released
more interesting findings - one in five women reported being raped while in school. nearly one in ten men say someone attempted to rape them. most say alcohol is usually a common factor. university students and staff were asked to take the survey to help officials find a strategy to fight sexual assault on campus - the topic has come into the spotlight recently in schools across the country and sexual assault reports at u-i. former u-i president sally mason a six point plan during her tenure, and while u-i leaders say many of those goals were achieved - there is more work to be done. today, the school laid out a new two year plan developed by the anti-violence coalition to address specific needs at u-i. the former head of the cedar rapids police department -- --is now under investigation at a florida police force. force.ocala police chief greg graham served as the chief in cedar rapids from 2008 to 2012. last night -- ocala city
remove graham from that post pending an investigation into multiple sexual harassment accusations.chief graham has denied any wrongdoing. the city of charlotte, north carolina is on edge today after a night of protests that left about a dozen police officers injured.the unrest grew after the fatal shooting of a man tuesday afternoon. david begnaud reports from char. charlotte. community leaders in charlotte are calling on african-
killed an unarmed black man last friday night. night.officer betty shelby was responding to a report of a stalled vehicle when the shooting happened.officials say 40-year-old terence crutcher did not have a weapon on him or in his s-u-v. shelby's attorney says she had reason to fear for her life -- but attorneys for crutcher's family disagree.the family says crutcher was not reaching in his car to get something at the time of the shooting- because his window was up. tulsa police say a vial of the drug p-c-p vehicle.officer shelby is now on paid administrative leave. the justice department is now investigating.crutcher's funeral is scheduled for saturday. in our vote 2016 coverage today- today-republican presidential nominee donald trump spoke about the shootings in tulsa and charlotte. charlotte.trump is calling for unity as after the shootings of the two black men.he also says he believes in law and enforcement but he questions the actions of the officer that shot terence crutcher in
tomorrow.on the democratic side today - hillary clinton is campaigning in florida. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews--not only with our station--but our sister stations across the coun. country.we want to hear from you. tell us what you want to know from the candidates. you can share your thoughts with us by email or facebook. new york and new jersey bo rahami-is now facing federal charges for planting bombs in new york and new jersey- injuring nearly 30 people. people.rahami is still in the hospital this morning after being wounded monday by police in linden, new jersey.a new federal complaint shows that rahami bought electric igniters, ball bearings, citric acid and circuit boards this summer.he now faces at least ten federal charges.u-s attorney general loretta lynch spoke about the bombing and the next steps.
intention to bring the defendant to federal district court of the southern district of new york which has jurisdiction over the manhattan neighborhood where more than 30 innocent people district court of new york where more than 30 innocent people were wounded and countless other gravely endangered by his mom. >> abu muhammad al-adnani made multiple trips to and pakistan. while there he married his wife. investigators say she is cooperating with authorities and coming to the u.s. this week. days after an explosion in a chelsea neighborhood, residents reactions were irked to undaunted. >> my first reaction was that was scary. i am like one mile away. i'm just counting how many blocks away from where i was
-- i guess i felt fortunate i wasn't there when it happened. >> i got off and there was and abraham it lincoln impersonator that was drunk and talking to the cops -- abraham lincoln -- and i thought we are going to be okay. >> you go to 23rd and madison and everyone is living their life. i think we have recovered. >> it doesn't surprise you anymore when you hear th a from you. maybe i would feel differently if i was there when it happened. i still feel disconnected. >> i will continue to go live my life. there is no way that i'm going to stay clear of dumpsters or anything. >> it is just scary. if 9/11 can happen anything else can happen. just be careful. [ music ] coming up on the cbs
i believe he's disqualified himself to be president. i just cannot support donald trump. google now has its own messaging app.its called "allo" and you can download welcome back. google has its
own messaging app and the ability to add pictures. the app can learn from conversations and suggest things to say and they can mimic your speech style. that is pretty crazy. now it is going to do the talking for you. >> we are just pathetically lazy now. >> and non-social in the weirdest of ways. >> we will be morons looking at screens.
>> we're talking to each other and we are winning. >> let's take a look at some screens here. future weather with partly cloudy skies with scattered showers, mid to upper 80s. depending on where you are the temperature map coming up. here is doppler radar and as you look quieter weather starting to move through the forecast. certainly some scattered showers and storms to the south. /flood warnings continue. continue -- here is your live doppler radar, you can see back town -- back down here it's about two-point inches of rain as we look around -- along harpers ferry in the river. plenty of rain and plenty more to come.
flood wash until tomorrow night . also we really and iowa falls . cedar rapids partly cloudy. 76 and east winds -- cedar rapids and iowa falls -- look at the difference in temperatures here 77 in charles city compared to the quad cities. warm front moving through and the dew points we're seeing high numbers anywhere from 64 to lower 70s. very muggy air out there this morning and through the mid-day as well. muggy air back toward central iowa. winds southerly gusting to 20.
90 in clarinda. upper 80s to know nine -- low 90s in the west compared to the 80s in the other side of the state. temperatures are taking off. we have seen showers this morning and this warm front continues to lift through the midwest but it all but stalls out and as it does we will see more scattered shower and storm chances. predictor we will watch for more scattered showers and storms later tonight and in the north and then we see more rolling through. scattered showers and thunderstorm chances throughout the day and we will keep the rain around through about midmorning friday. friday afternoon we feature moisture on the move and we move the clouds out by friday
this afternoon and evening in the northern part of the viewing area. state weatherwise and keep an eye to the sky. scattered showers and storms. first day of fall 82 degrees and down to 65.let's take a peek at what is going on saturday and sunday. we are dry saturday which is great. if you're hoping to partake of the oktoberfest. upper 70s with scattered showers sunday into cooler tuesday. 10 day trend wednesday, thursday and friday as we head to the middle and end of next week. >> thanks, justin. still ahead. new technology
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lost luggage could soon become a thing of the past.last year, roughly two welcome back. lost luggage could be a thing of the past. last year more than 2 million work mishandled. now there is new technology to help out. >>reporter: at the rate airlines have missing bags is on the decline. about one and 300 passengers will have it happened to them. on this day it was ron. that feeling when you are at the baggage carousel and everything stops and you are a
>>reporter: delta is spending $50 million to help make that happen less often installing a baggage system radio identification chip or rfid on the luggage instead of a barcode and that will allow realtime tracking as it is lot -- loaded onto or off an airplane. american let's flyer snow wha is going on when they are loaded on or off and they're hoping it works better than the paper copies. >> every time an airline loses a suitcase in cannot get it to expense that the airline would like to avoid."(on cam tag) delta's new luggage system will go online at 84 airports across the u-s in the coming months. the airline believes it will reduce lost and late luggage by 10 percent, which
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about 25% have replaced their devices. the new iphone seven users are complaining their phone is making a hissing noise. apple says the iphone seven and seven plus with intensive apps like games and things that are used very intensively. users are even posting videos on twitter and facebook of the hissing noise and right now it's not clear how widespread it starting january 2nd. prices will go up but 4% and fedex says they will expect holiday -- a busy holiday season. this comes after online shopping is on the rise. empty-nesters have travel on the brain. the survey says 40% of parents who have flown the nest are planning a kid free trip. it is
vacation. the survey found that 40% say they would grab some of their savings guilt free now that the kids have left the house. ice cream fans, this is for you. baskin-robbins testing of delivery service. it is using door -- to deliver the frozen dessert and it's only available in chicago and l.a. the ceo says it's the future of their ice cream store and th sister store dunkin' donuts. we have your travel alerts coming up but first a look at
chance of showers coming back into the forecast this afternoon. more moisture nudging and around the far northern part of the viewing area. flash flood warning continues for another 16 minutes, thank you, 16 minutes quickly and then we have a flash flood watch that stays into effect until 7:00 p.m. tomorrow night for the northern viewing area. i think the predictor gives you the potential for clouds and a few scattered showers and storms in the evening. into the overnight we have a watchful eye for more flooding concerns and late into the evening as well. we will stay with the clouds and rain and thunderstorms tomorrow all the way through friday midmorning and they dry out. clearing friday night and sunny skies saturday and more showers sunday into monday as well.
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do as president. ? >> ridge: she has to be stopped. quinn is nothing but trouble. >> steffy: as a mother-in-law, she
was trouble. as granddad's wife, this is a disaster. we all know how dangerous she is. >> rick: he can't marry her. happen. >> ridge: glad you're here. >> thorne: we need all the support we can get. >> zende: my mom is really upset about this, too. i told her what was going on. she was not expecting that wedding invitation. >> pam: [ scoffs ] nobody was. >> steffy: look, we just need to get through to him before the wedding. i mean, it's tomorrow. >> ridge: yeah, and the plan we had for keeping quinn out of the company has hit a snag, so... >> thorne: spencer's shares in the company? >> steffy: bill's gonna give his shares to brooke as a wedding present, and then she's gonna sell them to dad. >> thomas: that would have given us the power to remove granddad