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weatherwise sunshine will do us good on a day like today with temperatures started out cool. take a look at those numbers. you see them to the upper 60s. about 60 degrees currently. let's show you what is happening. we will go right past that graphic. i will show you the latest river levels. at last check were -- we were at 18.6 and falling. falling and anamosa 19 and continue to fall. sunshine as we look off to the west and our current temperature 68 degrees with the sunny skies. 67 in waterloo. 69 iowa city. dew point not a factor.
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50s and there other winds at five-15 gusting to 20 times. sunny and 70.your weekend coming up in just a bit. good news for residents and businesses in the flood zone. the flood zone well open tomorrow at noon but only to those who live or open a business -- or run a business there. it will open at 7:00 a.m. for flood recovery. most up to date evacuation map on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. this morning the city of cedar rapids held another press conference to update t community with the latest flood information. 2 news reporter joe husinga has important details detailsfrom that meeting this
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there are some tips to keep in mind if you are fortunate enough to be heading sure to check for any standing water in your basements or drains. if you find some near any electrical outlets or wires, first - call your energy provider and get the power turned off. at that point, a licensed contractor has to come in and repair any damage. to verify if your
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the number on your screen. and finally - before you turn the lights back on - have the city inspect the area to make sure it's safe. flood debris should be placed in separate piles near your curb.the city will collect these items for free.we have specific information on what will be picked up and to how to separate the debris on our website - cbs 2 iowa dot com. some people are starting to remove the thousands of sandbags placed all over the city.there are drop off places opening tomorrow and this weeke. friday at 7 a-m at noelridge park.another will open in saturday also at 7 a-m at ellis park.residents can leave their sandbags on their property also- if they can't make it to the leaders hope to have that pickup started by october 10th- and it will run for two weeks. as water slowly recedes volunteers are pitching in to clean up. 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in cedar rapids where volunteers are rolling up their sleeves.
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authorities are still authorities are still trying to figure out how a car ended up in prarie creek. creek.police tell cbs 2 news - no one was in the car when they arrived.crews on scene called the owner of the car- who didn't know it was stolen. the owner then reported it stolen.rescue crews used a raft to pull it out of prarie creek near j street and
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cedar rapids police say the shooting that claimed the life of a 13-year-old girl this week was 100 percent preventabl. preventable.ireshia parks was killed on tuesday.a 13-year-old has now been charged with involuntary manslaughter.two other suspects who were with the shooter are also in custody- a 15-year-old and an 18-year-old. police chief wayne jerman says the shooting was an accident- and that there was no dispute before it.right now -- the gun used the shooting has ?not yet been recovered -- but another gun was found.police say if you happen to find a handgun -- call police immediately -- and do not touch it. right now people are waiting in des moines- moines-to hear democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton speak to a group of sup. minutes she is scheduled to take the stage at the cowles common center- near the des moines performing arts center.join us back here on cbs 2 live at five for more information from that event. and early voting begins today in linn county- however it is at a different will be at linn county community services building-
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2 iowa dot com. in new jersey- one person is now dead, and more than 100 injured, two of them critically, after a deadly commuter train crash this morning. morning.witnesses told cbs news the train did told cbs news the train did not seem to even stop at all when approaching a rail station in hoboken.the hoboken station is one of the busiest in the area. rail service is now suspended at that station. here's a live look right continues to come together to rise above flood 20-16- and begin the recovery efforts. efforts. justin joins me
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it's about 10 minutes after the hour. sunshine on the way and comfortable day as well and a mainly dry weekend. let's look at a stray sprinkle as we said it -- as we head into saturday. more on that coming up. temperature wise 70 degrees with a few clouds moving in later this evening of a cut of low we will tell you about in a second. all of the flood alerts continue along the cedar and even the mississippi running a bit full. friends, the latest updates and again we get to the newest numbers when they come out. rebecca is hard at work plugging out new graphics. cedar rapids 18.6 and we are expecting that to go down as
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remind you the red cross is there on the southeast side of the courthouse right now so if you needed work on an flood recovery they can help you out. cedar rapids 18.6 and anamosa 19.4. by the end of our noon newscast we could throw new numbers that you. cedar rapids, sunshine and 60 degrees. northeast trees at six-12 67 in waterloo and double sixes in dubuque and 70 and monticello and dew points in the upper 40s to lower 50s. not much moisture in the air. northerly flow keeping the temperatures cool. yesterday we did not get passed the mid-60s. a win today gusting to 20. 68 and des moines, the quad cities the same. highs today in the upper 60s to lower 70s. just a bit of groundcover from
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there it is right there, a cutoff low and it's cut off from the jet stream so it does not move much. eventually it will move out of the forecast. until we deal with it we see clouds and through the day tomorrow we might see sprinkles friday afternoon and saturday. and again very minute moisture as we head through the next few days. today's forecast upper 60s to lower 70s. northwind gusting to 20. forecast this evening calm mostly clear to start out but we see clouds building. we cloudy skies as we head through the day. 67 degrees down to 55 degrees. friday night football does feature a few clouds and this to break -- a spray sprinkle. saturday 66 degrees and a partly sunny sky as well. saturday is homecoming for the hawkeye taking on the northwestern wildcats. 64 and partly cloudy most of it is out of here by the afternoon.
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moving back into the forecast for wednesday afternoon. 10 day trend takes us through the first full week of october with upper 60s to lower 70s. >> great weather for the many events going on this weekend. >> thank you. thank you, justin. we are cruising on two wheels. a little-known attraction you can visit this fall and
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the beginning of fall marks some of the best weather for day -trips and get-aways.but a growing number of people are leaving the . welcome back. the beginning of fall marks some of the best weather for day trips and getaways but a growing number of people are leaving the car is at home. today matt hamill wraps up our adventure and anamosa on two wheels. >> they look like they could go back out on the open road tomorrow. showrooms filled with the most iconic names in motorcycle. harley-davidson, curtis, indian and everything in between gleaming at the national motorcycle museum. >> if you build it it will come.
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could keep the shiny side up amid anamosa's long history of motorcycle riding, racing and hill climbing. tens of thousands of visitors now come to see more than 400 bikes. >> older people that remember when they were kid and when they were younger and it's fun to watch them. >> alongside an old-school shell station with the attendant pumped your gas and a harley shop showing off some of the rich is completely addicted to vintage cycles. >> we call it the best of the best which is mainly restored motorcycles. they are shiny like a new penny but beautiful pieces of art, really. >>reporter: masterpieces, indy. some of the most incredible bikes on the planet making real
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this 1913 sears deluxe, a 1906 curtis twin with aviation frame and the sparkling blue 1923 ace four cylinder that would turn heads on the street even today. at some scooters for fun and some really rare rides. >> they are bright orange. >>reporter: they have seven of the surviving flying merkel's originally made in milwaukee in the early 19 hundreds. some beautiful new house. but others come looking for a paying years and the most iconic motorcycle ever. >> this is the easy rider bike. it's a really, really good copy of the original. >>reporter: the captain american chopper written by peter fonda still represent -- still represents freedom.
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held for years before it was sold for $1.3 million. >> a hidden treasure in iowa. most people don't know it is there. >>reporter: the same for these guys racing back in the day. the museum created an exact replica of afford track used around 1910 and not for the faint of heart. >> 100 miles an hour and no breaks. it was a daredevil type deal. >>reporter: you might not expect to find x-rays at the museum, but was held together with screws, pins and wires? the goal is to have something here your grandpa road or your dad road or maybe your mom. a lot of women were not just along for the ride. as pioneers they wanted the wind in their here. part of a huge celebration of a lifestyle that tells the story of motorcycle riding from the beginning and does it better than anyone else.
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memorabilia that came with it. that's what separates us from the rest of the museum. >> we are road tripping and anamosa. i am matt hamill. >> you can find all of the adventures on our website next monday he will take you to the bridges of madison county. up next, the important points you need to know before i'm chuck grassley, and i approve this message. in twenty-three years, chuck grassley hasn't missed a single vote. in just six years, senator patty judge missed a hundred and eighty-two votes. state fair board member judge missed seventy-six percent of their meetings. iowa economic development commission member judge, missed sixty-nine of seventy-two meetings. the register called patty judge a ?habitual no show.? grassley works.
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the following segment is sponsored by tryon investments. [ music ] [ music ] >> welcome back. we are here with andrew from tryon investment and today we
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maybe many of you want to get into this. these are some of the first steps you should take. one of the first tips is figure out if you are a risk taker, risk adverse or somewhere in the middle. can you define the terms? >> for risk taker it someone who wants to go for outside returns and the portfolio goes down 20% or 30% they are not foaming at the mount -- at the mouth where as risk-averse towards retirement trying to preserve the capital and it handle that over time. >> is it an important to know which when you are? >> this is the first thing we do with clients. as follows -- is far that -- as far as that is risk tolerance. how long you have for the money to grow and what -- whether you are a risk taste -- risk taker or not. making sure you use the right
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not disappointed down the road. >> the next tip you have is how much time and interest do you have for investing? >> for a lot of people i am not sure if they don't understand and don't realize how much time goes into this luckily for them, i am employed that way but for them and someone who is trying to do it through 401(k) and they put it into a target retirement fund or basic atf or something like that, further people that are trying to go out and might spend a lot more time reading through financial statements and fun stuff like that. >> the other tip is do not put all your eggs in one basket. >> for a lot of people starting out they are enamored with the company, apple and they throw all their money in their for a lot of people that it's not something you want to do. that will get you returns but it gives you a false sense of hope. if you put something in
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trial fails your money is gone. >> the next tip is to create a portfolio for beginners. >> like they said. a good portfolio for beginners and a lot of plans will do this is an s&p 500 something really basic or something like vanguard. they will automatically balance out the securities and asset allocation for you. >> one of the next steps you have to take is to actually invest. for a lot of people they throw it in all the way and they have questions on went to put it in. we recommend for most people is you put money towards a 401(k) but for people we recommend a dollar cost average which means put a chunk in overtime. over the course of the year you will get an average price. you are not investing at the very bottom are the very top. >> it's important to add to
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we promised you some updated numbers. the latest from the cedar river 18.4 feet in continuing to fall. here we are in vinton 16.3 feet and cedar river 18.4. we want to say hi to our friends and anamosa. 19.3 feet and continuing to fall dry weather will help. we will tell you more about the nice weather for the rest of the weekend.
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so what do the trade deals supported by congressman rod blum really mean for iowa? blum's deals are just one of the ways the biggest corporations rig the system to make more money at the expense of iowa jobs. oh, and don't forget-- these corporations shipping our jobs overseas? congressman blum voted to give them tax breaks. these guys hope you're not paying attention... so maybe you should. the deals blum makes in washington
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