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forecast in the first 10 minutes. this is cbs 2 news. >> thousands of people continue to protest the development of oil pipelines in the midwest. not everyone is opposed to the plants. cbs 2 news investigates both sides of the pipeline controversy. first at 10 flooding, strong winds, to date is made for threatening day in several counties. let's go to meteorologist terry swails for a look at your weather first forest parts of our viewing area and flash flooding is occurring here look at these flash flood warning's that are in effect. they include chickasaw, butler, reamer and floyd counties. some of these warnings will be out until three or four clock in the morning. we have seen heavy rains in parts of floyd and northern butler counties. this is northeastern iowa and this is allamakee. there's
now in the southwest you can see another strong cell that is located to the north of sumner. this is located to the north of highway 20. this storm tracking to the north of be around hawkeye, west union and claremont between now and 11:00 tonight. heavy rainfall is the primary threat. additional storms are expected around eastern iowa as we go to the nighttime hours. a flash flood watch is out to the north. we are expecting more heavy rain and flooding problems around the northern parts of the viewing area. >> we have breaking news related to the weather. firefighters in charles city are going door to door to warn residents that evacuations could be ordered at any time between now and friday afternoon when the cedar river could be cresting. >> in floyd county they are saying travel is not advised. more rain is expected there.
wide due to the high waters. stay home if you can. in the meantime scott you have pictures that illustrate the storm. >> thanks to our viewers who shared their pictures. this picture is from sean with a tornado on the ground near green earlier tonight. freddie kerry -- captured this. south of storms created -- we are told you can track storms anytime - by downloading the cbs 2 weather app.it's free for apple and android devices. for those of you who missed tonight's premiere of "survivor."we will re-air the portions that did not air at 2-07 tomorrow morning right here on cbs 2. tomorrow morning.
>> we continue now with the corridor top stories. david miller will be going to prison for the brutal murder of sabrina hustad janish. it will not be for the length of time family wanted. a benton county jury convict did miller of not the first- degree murder charge. in stead of life behind bars he will face up to 10 years. >> there were things in this case that we could not give them a timeout death. we you know, maybe they wanted something that we couldn't give them." them."miller was also convicted of two counts of 2nd degree theft.the prosecution wants 15-years for each of those counts.a sentencing date has not been set. a woman is dead after a violent three-vehicle crash in cedar rapids. rapids.it happened on j-street southwest north of hawkeye downs road around 11-30 this morning.a woman in a car died at the scene.a woman and child
hospital but are expected to be okay.a man in a pickup also went to the hospital- no word on his condition at this time. police are still trying to determine how the accident happened. developing tonight - one person is dead in north carolina after protests turned violent for the second night in a row. this is a live look at charlotte where you can see several people still on the streets at this hour. investigators say the gunfire did not come from a police officer.tensions have been police shooting of keith lamont scott.police say he was carrying a gun at the time but his family disputes that.last night, 16 officers were hurt during protests. a former president's nephew was in cedar rapids -- talking about hillary clinton's work on an important issue in iowa. iowa. "mental health and addiction treatment is of interest to me as a consumer and it's of interest to the people of iowa who rank last in their ability
addiction services in this whole country.." country.."patrick kennedy says he supports clinton's plan to improve access to mental health care -- while he says donald trump hasn't pushed any plans at all.he says the best way to create change is to show that mental healthcare isn't provided the same way that other medical treatment is -- making it an equal rights issue. on the republican side of the campaign trail-more than a hundred women gathered this morning donald trump at a campaign event in urbandale. they heard trump's daughter-in-law speak about how the republican nominee raised his children. children. "the man that i know is a very charismatic, gentle humble man and i think a lot of people are surprised to hear that but when donald trump is speaking to you one on one he looks you in the eye when donald trump is speaking to you one-on-one he looks you in the eye and engages with you. he's very soft-spoken. >> this mark the campaigns
iowa. >> for a potential for a tight race gary johnson could play a major role. --in this cbs 2 news exclusive. exclusive. for gary johnson, running for the highest office in the land is made more complicated in what he calls a rigged system. " 70% of america doesn't even know that i exist"that may have changed slightly earlier this month when he gained negative attention for this would you do if you were elected about aleppo? about? aleppo? and what is aleppo? your'e kidding. no?"you asked what is aleppo. what is your message to people who think that you should have known what was going on there 554 first of all it's an opportunity to talk about what is going on in aleppo. because we support the free syrian army arms go from the free syrian army to the islamists that we dont support the former new mexico governor seems to have a better handle on the syrian civil war adding
interventionism a central part syrian army arms go from the seat free syrian army to the islamists that we do not support. >> the former governor seems to have better handle of the city dished syrian civil war. non-interventionism is a central part of his platform. >> we put ourselves in civil wars where the outcomes did not turn out better. bill weld are fighting to be more fiscally conservative and to decrease the size of government. they say they are also socially inclusive. >> support marriage equality. also a woman's right to choose, legalizing marijuana. >> what he says those views are similar to americans he only got about 10% support in the latest nbc monkey pole. not enough to be included in monday's night presidential debate.
exist. not one single national poll has been conducted where the first question is johnson, clinton or trump. >> he's helping with more air time he will reach those voters who are not excited about the other options on the ballot. i'm christine frizzell reporting. >> we now continue with other stores. developing tonight there's still no decision on the construction of a replica of kinnick stadium. city leaders in iowa have been discussing the proposal to build the 7500 massive replica of kinnick stadium. city leaders in iowa have been discussing the proposal to build the 7500 ft.2 home. we first reported this in june. in july neighbors filed an appeal complaining about the homesite describing it as a tailgating venue. the construction of the home will continue next wednesday. >> the city is making way for proposed casino. this government building in downtown cedar rapids sold for
company working with wild rose. wild rose wants to build a boutique style casino without skywalk connected to the city parking garage and the doubletree. the i will gaming and racing commission still needs to approve a license for the venue. >> a national sports conference is coming to cedar rapids next year. sports the relationship conference brings together sport relating travel and venues to host competitions. the 2017 conference will bring hundreds to the downtown district. 100 we expect to generate $130 million. >> still to come pipeline perspectives. the ongoing debate over safety and efficiency over the multi-million-dollar project. >> thunder storms that have been producing rain continue to come down through our northern
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is happening all over the northern part. >> a lot of flash flood warnings. that water will come downstream and in the cedar river we are expecting moderate flooding in waterloo and major flooding in vinton in cedar rapids here in cedar rapids there may be a crust of 20 feet. before 2008 that was the old time -- ultimate record. closely with more rain in the forecast. here are some of the rainfall estimates from our radar. in one of the areas that was hardest hit tonight and what you are looking at here is floyd county and northern butler county and then getting into chickasaw county. all of this area where you are looking whites into these purples that's 5 to 10 inches of rain had come down in
that will all come down stream. here's some of the flash flood warning that are in effect. you have chickasaw, butler, bremer and floyd county. you can see the expiration times on these. as scott mentioned this is a fluid situation. these could be extended and go out further into the nighttime hours. here's a flash flood watch which has been in effect since yesterday. it will be out until 7:00 on thursday. it covers a large portion of northern and northeast iowa so waterloo, oelwein caught decorah and charles city involved in that. as we go to the radar up in the northeast iowa isn't allamakee county. there's decorah and walk on. still heavy showers and storms scattered around that area. some of the heaviest has passed on by. now to the south near west
and head of towards postville in the next few minutes. west union in the track of that. further off to the northwest look at these thunderstorms that are taking off in minnesota. the low-level jet is starting to crank. if our models are correct this is expected to sag southward. so more thunder storms beyond what you are seeing. that's why we are concerned about the flooding threat in northern iowa have seen already 48 inches of rain this year. it is soggy up that way. as we go to our predictor this is at midnight and this is the model it does showed that thunderstorms starting to drop further to the south east and but how will get to for clock in the morning they are back in the areas that have seen heavy rain already. here at 60 up in the morning storms across the north and west and finally towards 8 am as we start to get into the central counties and from there
done with the thunder storms. those will be in the forecast for a few more days. our predictor you can see this is a problem in here. we have a front that is stationary. that is not going to budge for several days to come and that will be the focus for more showers and thunderstorms and local heavy rain. tonight look for low temperatures that will be in the midshipman to upper 60s. most of the storm should be in the northern half of our viewing area and mild on the temperatures. for tomorrow it looks like readings will be in the mid-70s in the n midshipman 80s in the south with scattered storms are likely early and late in the afternoon. we may have breaks in there during the day. for tomorrow night more storms expected. they should taper off on saturday -- friday. the main for it comes through on sunday with more rain and storms and after that things cool down. next week's highs will be into the 60s. this heavy rain threat will be with us at least for the next
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right now, several groups are >> right now several groups are fighting to put a permanent stop to the dakota access bakken pipeline. >> since a $4 billion project was first announced it's been the focus of intense one corridor land owner has a different look. >> miley. elmer. >> elmer and his wife say on this 160 acre farm their animals are part of the family. they know they would never risk
the animals. not far from these gentle giants they also know there are one right now "they say at least four pipelines stretch across the property - this one carrying oil. oil. " screaming yelling barking "after watching months of violent protests - - against the bakken pipeline about to be built across iowa - they couldn't stay quiet any longer. longer." i get very upset - because people are reacting without having any real talking about. " elmer says their view may not be popular - but people need to look behind the curtain to find the truth.he says these pipelines have been here more than fifty? years - " varoooooom " people have driven over them - planted and picked corn and soybeans on top of them - and raised cattle near them,he says logic? suggests pipelines are best for both public and environmental safety .
cause common sense tells you this is the way to transport that kind of oil product .. .. their fears are unfounded. " - elmer says look at the oil train explosion that killed 47 people in canada three years agothe galena train fire on the mississippi in march where oil from the bakken fields burned for days and alaska - where the biggest oil disaster - came not on the alaska pipeline - but from the eleven million gallons that flowed out of the exxon valdez . ." i don't think they're the worst disasters, in fact they're probably less damaging than oil spills, they're just an explosion. "iowa sierra club attorney wally taylor is on the front lines - of the bakken protest. protest." yelling screaming " he organized resistance and knows club members who went to jail - trying to make sure nose club members who went to jail trying to make sure the dakota access client never crosses iowa where he says half 1,000,000 gallons a day could endanger i was rivers, lakes and aquifers. >> every pipeline that has been
>> wally points to this rupture in michigan as to what could happen here. the leak went unnoticed for 18 hours allowing 11,000,000 gallons of toxic crew to flow into the kalamazoo river.>> this is a 30 inch diameter pipeline. we have never had a pipeline with this kind of material going through it and this kind of volume and this type of risk. >> share that concern after seeing natural gas pipelines explode due to corrosion or tiling accidents. the industry in insist that's rare. >> that's a wolf wolf type of thing you tell kids. >> nearby in -- come by two blocks of schools and
>> he says he wants people to know there is another side. >> these oil companies are not going to allow a spill to go very far. that costs money. everyone know money makes the world go round. >> covering the corridor in johnson county matt hammill cbs 2 news 10 of 10. >> the iowa sierra club is working on an appeal. they also encourage the obama administration to stop construction permanently. >> still to come they why are you checking your credit score? home opener is this saturday. i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they?
with the exception of last week -- and now cbs 2 sports with mia o'brien. >> with the exception of last week i was ability to stop the rhine has been its bread-and- butter. that's what they will need to stop a the scarlet knights defense will get much of hype given. head coach and chris ash has a defensive background but rutgers offense and special be critical for the hawks... big plays will be critical for the hawks. >> rutgers has gotten behind early in every game. they could not recover and washington. i'm impressed if you are down
game. you have to shut the run down first. they have a few good running backs. i think i will state to what they do best. they will stop the run and win the turnover battle. >> don't forget to catch i on the hawks this and every thursday at 6:30 on fox28. the puck drop saturday night at the stable as the new look cedar rapids roughriders get set to begin their anderson cup defense. 16 y carlson's team 140 games a year ago but did not make it past the first round of playoffs. the lessons learned from a season ago are a few of the things that carlson and his returners hope to pass on to a large rookie class. >> we had the highest number of new players we've had. we are excited and getting better every day. >> there are a lot of positives
>> in the end it's just another game and that's what we tell them. >> one other note the writers pay tribute to long-term sportscaster bob brooks. brooks was a mainstay at the stable since its opening in 2000 and that familiar tape recorder had a front row seat at today's press conference. kirkwood looking for their fourth straight win tonight. erica armstron defensive and eagles take the first set. they jumped to the second alex minor for jumping for points. that is a check of sports.
>> it's been a very active evening here especially in the north. we have issues to deal with in terms of flash flooding. here are some of the flash flood warning that are in effect for chickasaw, floyd county and bremer. this is a bigger situation that could include flash flood in our northern counties. this will be a until 7:00 on thursday evening. the main emphasis is in the northern one third of our viewing area especially north of highway 20.
wave of storms is making progress out to the north east and getting out of our viewing area. there are additional storms developing in minnesota and are expected to turn southeast later on tonight. if they do that, and move back to the north more flash flooding in other areas will be a possibility late tonight and tomorrow morning. that's up to mother nature to decide how that works. the rain threat will last through to northern counties. we are not done with this until late into the week. >> this is not a one and done. >> i'm afraid not. flooding now expected in cedar rapids.
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