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new w is afternoon, afternoon,a woman was found dead near the campus of iowa state university.police confirm she died because of a hit and run.her body was found lying in a street around seven this morning.police haven't released the woman's name, , ut they have said she is an i-s-u student.right now police are looking for witnesses. hillary clinton holds a nine
in the race for the democratic nomination for president.that comes from a brand new des moines register blooomberg politics iowa poll out today. today.it comes after a weekend when sanders made several appearances across eastern iowa.he held a town hall meeting at cornell college sunday afternoon..more than one thousand people heard him speak about building up the middle class.sanders says unemployment and the high cost of college are major obstacles for many people.on foreign policy -- sandersays isis mususbe destrorod but not without a plan. "i am not a great fan of sending the military or covertly just overthrowing governments - without knowing what happens the day after you overththw that government." government."sanders also vowed to provide better services for veterans if he's elected. another iowa poll released saturday showed ted cruz leading donald trump p in iowa. one top politician, however, is taking aim at trump, saying his recent comments on muslims, will only help fuel isis. isis."donald trump coulde a
because e is fanning the flames of hate. no muslims in the united states. one billion muslims were just alienated with one sentence." sentence."many national polls continue to show trump with the lead in the republican field. republican candidates are preparing today for a cnn debate tomorrow night.trump will be center stage with cruz aa carson on either side.chris christie will be back on the prime time stage thanks to recent poll numbers. this is the fifth republican debate.it'lbe in las vegas and starts at 7:30 on cnn. governrn terry branstad is now the longest-serving governor in u-s history. history.today marks his 7,642nd day of service - which is well beyond of any recent or current governor.bransnsd hahabeen in office for six terms and nearly 21 years.the 69-year-old will hold a big celebration tonight at the iowa state fairgrounds.many current and former iowa
presididt obama is making a re visit to the pentagon today. today.he's meeting with top national security advisers to focus on the war against isis. it's what a spokesman is calling an "update."white house officials say no major policy shift is expected to come out of f .this is president obama's first visit to the pentagon since the terror-linked attacks in southern california and paris. there are nequestions today todayrelated to the mass - shooting in san bernardino and just how thoroughly ne of the shooters, tthfeen malik, was vetted.law enforcement sources confirm malik made radical postings on facebook as far back as 20-12, the year before she married syed farook and moved to the u-s.none of the postings were discovered when malik applied for a u-s fiance visa. today marks the third anniversary ofhe mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. connecticut.twenty children and six adults were killed when adam lanza opened fire at
district are handling the anniversary in a mostly-low- key manner.earlier this morning, the newtown recovery and resiliency team was providing counseling and support. a man accused of smashing windows with an ais dead after police opened fire on him.the 21 year old student was ininde a parking garage near the university of north texas.police say he had an ax in his hand and advanced toward the officers.neighbors say it all happened quickly. "by the time i had opened the door i ieard the secondndwo shots and the guy was dead on the ground." ground."the damage w quite extensive.more than a dozen car windows were smashed.no word yet on why the suspect did this. gusty winds are sweeping their way through eastern iowa today, but it's nothing compared to what they saw over the weekend in parts of texas. crews say the winds blew 64 train cars off a bridge, sending them onto a roadway below.nobody was hurt.the cars were empty but they do say it will take a couple days to get it all cleared up.
philippines are bracing for typhoon melor.thounds of residents are being evacuated into makeshift shelters. officials are particularly concerned for communities prone to flooding and landslides.flights to the region have also been spended. new rules are expected to be issued soon for drone use. use.today, the federal aviation administration is expected to unveil brand new details on how to new details on how to register drones to fly them legally.officials hope the registration proess will encourage drone pilots to fly the devices in a responsible manner.it will also make it easier for officials to track devices involved in crashes or other incidents. today marks 104-years since explorers first ventured to the south pole. here's a picture from@that day... december 14-th, 1911.the explorers spent three days at the south pole... measuring and mapping their position. the actual south pole, moves
because of ice so the marker has to be moved annually.in the winter at the south pole...it gets to be negative 76-degrees fahrenheit. last week, cbs2 told you how the salvation army was busy handing out toys to parents year . .we alal told you, unfortunately, donations are down - and the salvation army is worried about how that will impact their work next year. our story touched a man who reached out to us, and said he wanted to help.imam hassan mahmoud says he was so moved by the work the salvation army is doing, he set up a go fund me page, with the goal of raising 30-thousand dollars by christmas eve. "cedar rapids has always been a welcoming place, and it's a way for us, , as muslims, t tsay 'thank you' to our neighbors" you can donate to the go fund me page.we put a link on cbs 2 iowa dot com. a new parking ramp is now open at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics.sunday was the first day of operation
it's right outside the main hospital building.the ramp has 700 parking spots and took ten million dollars to build. even at 90-years-old, he's still got it! it!dick van dyke was *back on the rooftops yesterday, as a flash mob helped him celebrate his 90th birththy in los angeles. the mary poppins legend was treated to a dance and singalong by a group of chimney sweeps. the dancers, including dick's wife arlene, performed a choreographed dance, t tn blasted out happy birthday, giving dick a chance to wave to his adoring fans. he later joined them and lead them in the sonlet's go fly a kite. "this is the cherry on top of my entire life ever since i've been a little kid i've always wanted to be in a disney movie but this tops that i'm going to have to retire because what are you going to do afafr this." this."van dyke said later he wished "walt" could be there to see it all.that's walt disney, of course.
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of fog in the area this morninga&-temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- mong into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet condndions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly conditions- the xt three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather totohe area
today is the busiest shipping day of the year according to the u-s postal service. shippers including fed-ex are also loaded down with holiday packages, and they're working round-the-clock.here's how they're making the holiday magic happen. happen. a non-stop wave of packages flow into the fed ex global operations center. center.some 10-thousasa workers will handle 2 million packages every day during the busy holiday season. season."we just started our superbowl."once packages arrive... they are unloaded and sorted...d sent to a conveyer belt that determines
destinations.fed ex says it's on track to set a record this holiday season-by delivering 317 million packagesa&up more than 12 percent from last year... year...because online shopping is booming. booming. "our infrastructure is really geared around the capacity to handle one month out of the year." year." "so it's allllbout the holidays" holidays" "it's all about the holidays" holidays"packages are flown in and out of memphis international airport where fed-ex has its own flight control tower to help land 200 planes a anight... and just like commercial flights bad weather can get in the way. way.in 2013, a series of snow storms on the east coast crippled deliveries... many customers didn't'tet packages until after christmas. christmas.this team's job is to keep that from happening again. 15 in house meteorologists use two massive monitors to @rack weather and cargo planes around the world. world."we make tactical decisions minute to minute throughout the day."fed ex
it's the season of giving, and today you can help give the gift of life at broadcast park. park.from 2-30 to 6, you can stop by for our parking lot and donate blood.tim nash from the mississippi valley regional blood center joins us, along with one of the people who will benefit from your donations today.good afternoon.tim, can you introduce us to marek here?-
afternoon.tim, can you introdode us to marek here?- what is choroid plexus carcinoma? - how does blood donations help those, inlcuding marek, suffering from the condition?- why is it so important to donate blood this time of year?- what is the goal of this drive?- what do people need to know before they donate?- where can people go to find more information? marek biomarek was diagnosed with choroid plexus carcinoma, an extremely rare brain and spspal cord cancer, when he was one and a half years old after an accidental fall from our living room couch. in the following weeks he underwent 30+ hours of intense brain surgery, during which surgeons were able to remove most of the tumor in his brain. during surgeries, he received three times his body's blood volume in donated bloododfter the surgeries, marek went through chemotherapy treatment at st. jude's children's hospital in memphis, due to side effects from the chemotherapy treatments, he received platelet and whole blood transfusions about once a month. due to the generous donations of many, our son's life was saved! prior to this, i had nevedonated blood. i always me excuses as to why i couldn't donate. however, i vowewethat i would at leasas try to donate. it was the e least i could do to need of it. i donated for the first time in september 2014 and it was a great experience! i have donated twice since then, and i plan to continue donating in the future. i want people to know that just ten minutes of your time and one pint of your ious.hacayod-
today marks >> rick: so, ivy's okay? no residual dadage? >> eric: full recovery, according to her doctors. thank god. >> nicole: it's so scary, what she went through. >> zende: can you imagine taking an electric shock like that? >> eric: well, you don't have to worry about that happening agaiai we replaced that whole -- that whole panel back there. it was very old. like me. >> maya: [ chuckles ]