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right now, live at five,local teachers are spending the day as students! we'll explain more in a moment. first - a gorgeous fall day today - hope you're enjoying it. it.let's peek ahead to what's next with your weather-first chief meteorologist terry swails, wins are out of the south at 8 thanks to additional clouds. there are showers from southwest to northeast without a lot of intensity and they don't stay in munch -- in one place very long. the activity is a little more pronounced in southwestern iowa
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later tonight, that will come across here. at 7:00 there will be some light showers the northern and western counties. they should be generally north of highway 20. beyond that, you will see they sure did, karen. and they're not just learning from john hattie is a celebrity in the academic world.i asked how big of a deal this guy is - and here's what one local administrator told me. "think of an athlete that is very famous worldwide, and i said soccer, who would be a soccer player? because that's more worldwide. and you said? 'pele.'... pele. he's the pele
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hattie has studied teacher impact on students since the 1970's and is sharing his research with more than 300 educators from 35 iowa school districts.the goal? to give students the best tools to succeed - something we don't always do now due to distractions. "most of the debates we have in our community, in our students the best tools -- tools to succeed. something we don't always do now due to distractions.>> most of what we have in t community and the schools are about things that don't matter much. what matters is the expertise of the teachers in the schools. >> reporter: he says we are too focused on class size and curriculum which researchers say has minimal impact on education. we must empower teachers to impact education. connor morgan, cbs news, live at five -- 5. the presidential contenders participated in their second
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competitive as expected. donald trump and hillary clinton did not shake hands before the debate started. that set the tone for a contentious debate. recent released video from 2005 with trump making lewd and sexually explicit comments about women took center stage early on. >> i am not proud of it, but that is something that happened. if you look at when i hear something like that, i ream -- ireland -- i am reminded what michelle obama said. when they go though, you go high. >> paul ryan says he will spend the next 20 days on preserving the gop hold on congress. ryan is one of many high- profile republicans who have
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from trump. met romney posted this tweet -- met romney -- mitt romney posted a tweet about degrading wives and daughters. >> people in iowa must stick together as a te >> my feeling is we have a huge double standard. i would say, let's go back and look at how the clintons have been treated and are they being given the same scrutiny for what they have done as we are seeing with donald trump? brand stand says that he will keep campaigning with trump and mike pence. joni ernst has also sent -- also pledged her support for
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have taken to twitter to share their explicit -- their were too many to even put on the social media outlet. those comments are also not sitting well with a local school his morning announcements to students at kennedy high school today - principal jason kline told students to hold a higher standard. standard.women are conquest.......... talk to an adult becuase it is wrong. cbs 2 news reporter sat down with principal kline to talk about those comments and why he felt it was important to
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with the principal about his comments and why he felt it was important to say them to students. we will also hear the student's reaction and that is coming up tonight at 9:00 and 10:00. though clinton will be in iowa campaigning for his wife. the tour will start in indianola, waterloo, cedar rapids in davenport. they are encouraging people to vote early and lend the democratic nominee. the stops will be on wednesday and thursday. for more information, you can visit our website, who do you believe one last night's debate? that is the question of the day and you can cast your vote right now online at just click on the question of the day tap on our homepage. tonight at 6:00, a your voice, your future roundtable discussion.
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iowa and focus host. we will stream live on our website, as well as on 2.2. our mission is to connect viewers to the candidates to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to the candidates to take part in extended interviews not only with our station, but wi country. we would like to hear from you. tell us what you would like to know from your candidates. you can share your thoughts on email or facebook. babies who died a century or more ago to have a real headstone. the baby graves will each have a headstone by next may. it is thanks to a $10,000 grant from the iowa history fund. around 500 babies were buried in the woodland cemetery starting in the 1840s. they have been unmarked for
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the daughters of the american revolution will use the grant to finish out the project at the seminary -- cemetery.>> private contributions have already provided for the installation of 196 -- installation of 190 -- 196 of these headstones for the graves. >> they will start working with the monument company for the headstones this winter. we may have rain to get week. let's talk to terry one more time. a few showers , but they won't be a big deal. they make it the pavement wet in a few spots and then they are gone. as you can see, we have showers on the radar now and we're tracking those as we head northeast. we will tell you where -- when they will go through your area. we will have that on the weather first forecast next.
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tomorrow on cbs 2...hurricane matthew put many people in harms way -- making it hard for first responders to find them all. all.find out how social media -- and a man with a drone helped safe a life before it was too late.tomorrow on cbs 2 more than 15-thousand people gathered for the especially for you race sunday. it's the third largest for the five-k race that supports breast cancer port and 15,000 people gathered for the especially for you race. it is the largest turnout for the 5k race that supports breast cancer research. more than $41,000 was raised and that movie -- money goes to court or women for assistance with mammography, biopsy, ultrathin -- ultrasound and other breast care services.
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of all, what a day for the race. where i was that which was way up north -- at which was way up north at lake superior. the leaves were at their peak with all the maple trees and it was sensational. >> now with will trickle down here and you get to see it again. >> i'm going to double down, as they say in politics. it was a good vacation and i have good weather to talk about for tomorrow showing up on radar. clouds in cedar rapids with a 65 degrees temperature. wind is out of the south at eight miles per hour. the dew point is 50. not a lot of moisture in the air, but certainly enough to cause some clouds. we are watching scattered showers move up from the southwest. those will only be around
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samsung has reportedly suspended production of its
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safety concerns. 2 news reporter kris van cleave has the details. details.. pkg(sot-abby zuis/samsung phone owner) "it got really hot. like, if it was in my pocket i don't know if i would have been able to take it out of my pocket."at least three u-s owners of the replacement galaxy note 7 say their phones have dangerously overheated... the same problem reported with the original phone. those phones were recalled last month... after more than two dozen reports of burn injuries... due to overheating lithium ion batteries. cnet' dan ackerman says he's not surprised by the reported production halt.(sot dan ackerman/ cnet section editor) "there have been enough cases in a short enough period of time with these replacement phonesa&. so they really didn't have another choice right now if they can't identify the problem immediately."and now three major carriers... at&t, t-mobile and verizon... say they'll stop exchanging the original phones with samsung's new replacements... urging customers to power-down their devices and return them. (sot-andrew zuis/father) "we're so fortunate she wasn't
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andrew zuis of minnesota says his daughter's replacement galaxy 7 note phone overheated while she was holding it last week. michael klering (clair- ing) says his new note 7 filled his bedroom with smoke. (sot michael klering / samsung phone owner)"it wasn't plugged in, it wasn't anything, it was just sitting there."and a southwest plane was evacuated... when a passenger says his replacement phone started making sizzling sounds. (on cam: kris van cleave/cbs news/washington, dcsamsung has yet to comment on reports it is suspending production of the galaxy has told us that if issue exists, it'll take immediate steps to resolve the situation.kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. still ahead live at five... scott sanborn is in marion where the marching band classic is getting underway. this is a live look at there's more news ahead when live at 5 continues on cbs 2. 2.
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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 are bad for iowa. house majority pac
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tonight is a big night under the lights at linn-mar stadium. 2 news anchor scott sanborn is live in marion right now with details of a musical tonight is the big night under the lights of the stadium. scott sanborn is live. >> reporter: about 20 years ago, high school band
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get together on a field without the pressure of competition. just get out there and play and have fun and maybe raise much- needed dollars for the high school band department. you are talking about uniforms and instruments and buses and everything you would think of. so, here we are 20 years later and this is the 20th annual metrma it started at the u.s. cellular center 20 years ago. when that facility was remodeled in 2009, we moved outdoors. this is the 20th annual and this woman has been with the event since the beginning. patty don't -- patty jo sheil is the head of this shindig. >> it gives them an extra 3000+ dollars.
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uniforms. it pays for uniforms and music. linn-mar body to be -- a tuba every year for x number of years to build up the tuba area.>> reporter: you say $3000, and that may not seem a lot, but over the course of the last 19-20 years, talk about how much is been raised and how much is gone to the bands. >> we have raised roughly $630,000. we million dollars, about $525,000 back to the bands as of the end of this year. >> reporter: that is fantastic. that can only mean great things for the ire -- area high school bands. xavier will be here tonight and the blue hawks marching bands. washington warriors and the linn-mar marching bands. and as you saw in the field --
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marching band from the university of iowa. come out here to support because every dollar goes back to the high school marching bands. covering the corridor or and marion, scott sanborn . cbs 2 news at 5:00. this is a look at eight street northeast and i-380. his day starts at four. four-ten, he's running three miles rain or shine. six o'clock, chuck's at the office. when in iowa, he's still up early.
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ng senator. dawn to dusk. chuck works.
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the cbs evening news is next here is the cbs evening news tonight. republican leaders dump trump. this last night's debate break his fall? we have a team correspondents covering the race. people stranded by floods. an urgent rescue is underway in north carolina. a new generation of safe cell phones go up in smoke just like the old ones. we will have those stories tonight on the cbs evening news. the girl on the train now sits on the top of the u.s. box office. the psychological very --
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it is emily blunt to get involved in a murder mystery and it has earned back more than half of its 45 million- dollar budget.>> miss para grandes home for peculiar children. deepwater horizon was third followed by the magnificent seven and storks. look who is back from vacation, terry sw movies. >> we need to get out more. this whether you brought with you is wonderful. -- , this will be gone by morning. what is out here is light. there is sunshine and it is an
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a party divided. the top elected republican says he will not defend or campaign for donald trump. and the sunday debate exposes a rift with trump's running mate. >> he and i haven't spoken, and i disagree. >> pelley: also tonight, after ma by floodwaters in north carolina. >> you slept on the roof? >> pelley: and samsung puts production of cell phones on hold after the replacements overheat. >> look over and my phone's on fire. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: the storm is gone, but the disaster is growing.


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