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good evening, thank you for joining usi'm oy howe. kan is off tonight. we'll get to that story in n momeme, but first, n n tonight at five - new video just released of a chicago police officer- involved shooting, that killed a black teenager. the deadly shooting actually hahaened in 2013, , t the surveillance video was just released this afternoon. officers say 17-year-old cedrick chatman was shot and killed as was running from officers who suspected him of stealing a car. the officers say while he was running, chatman turned and pointed a dark object at police, and one officer fibed, fearing for his life. the object turned out to be a black iphone box.thth chatman family's attorney calls it a "trophy kill" and say the officers went too far. "you have a 17-year-old kid that's shot and killed bleeding in the streets, handcuffed, , face down on the ground and for him to essentially step on him, it's
last year, video showing e shooting death of laquan mcdonald prompted protesters to call for mayor rahm emmanuel's resignation. the officer who shot mcdonald has been charged with murder. here at home - officers in several eastern iowa cities are trying to come up with ways to *stop gun violence. officials from ames to waterl to cedar rapids m today to collaborate, share intelligence and find soluluons to keep peoplelesafe. coming up tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten - what they talked about and how it could affect your neighborhood. an updatto a story we've been following since june. a waterloo woman has now been charged in the death of a *toddler at her in-home day care. 18-month-old brody harrelson was accidentally suffocated by a car seat strap while he was napping..police say nine other children were in the daycare at the time. 41-year-old amy hangartner is charged with child
a striri of car accidenen left a cedar rapids police officer injured. it started with a multi-vehicle crash on edgewood road near the airport. a crpd officer who was responding to the crashsh got t into an accident on the way. that officer was taken to the hospital, but should be ok. nobody else was injured. police say they think icy conditions and slick roads played a part in the accidedes. the good news is, some of that ice melted away today - but how long will the warmer temps last? let's check in with chief meteorologist terry swails swailswho is here to tell us when the ice returns. temperatures were warm today and are still warm near 40. temperatures will start to fall tonight though into the upper 20s and low 30s. it will be much cooler by morning with clouds sticking around through the night and tomorrow. steady temperatures throughout the day tomorrow.
to explain.mellaney? with the beautiful weather today, you might think it wasn't very busy around iowa city pupuic works.but as we discovered, that just wasn't the case. case.today we followed one crew filling potholes.they say temperature swings causing freezing and thenhawing are a recipe for those kinds of road problems.now thth ice is melting from the holes, iowa city public works says it's a good time to fill them.another crew today worked to clear roads and improve conditions befo we freeze again.salt is only effective at 15 degrees and above, so theyeytook advantage of this warm window and used it to break the bond between snow, ice and the pavement.they say you help by parking off the street when you can. jon resler, superintendent of streets and trafafc engineering 01:59:01 we don't have a winter storm right now, we have time, we can go around, we can clean up these areas just to make things safe for people, tomake things more convenient for people peopleresler says they will be keepininan eye on the wet streets and address any covering the corridor in iowa city, mellaney moore, cbs 2
just announced - the iowa city - city manager is leaving, leaving,for a new job in lawrence, kansas. according to lawrence's website, tom markus has been selected as the city manager there. stay with cbs 2 and we'l'lgive you more details tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. the governor of *vermont is campaigning -- for one of his senator's *rivals. i just think that hillary is the person who can actually do the toughest job in the world, in the world. she's the one who has the experience, the vision, the ability to pull people together, and most importantly, ththheart to change what's holding back americans' income. income.governor peter shumlin spent his morning in cedar rapids at the hillary clinton campaign office. shumlin chose to endorse *clinton over *his state's senator - bernie sanders. shumlin told cbs 2 news that sanders is a "good friend," but belies clinton
fix the prlems facing americans. meantime- in iowa - clinton is essentially *tied with senator sanders. today, the des moines regsiter released its democratic poll showing clton with a two point lead over sanders - but that's within the margin of error. a national poll released just days ago shows the race between the two heating up, with sanders trailing by just 7 points. meanwhwhe, a handful of *republicans are touring the state ahead of the iowa caucuses.and tonight, they're focusing on the first debate of 2016. donald trump, ted cruz, marco rubio, ben carson, chris christie, jeb bush and john kasich will take the main stage. we'll tell you who the perts say came out otop - tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. a scscy lawsuit against a popular lip balm. a class action lawsuit claims e-o-s lip balms - the@ones in that ball-shaped case -- cause rashes and blisters. e lip
heavily advertised on the market. celebs like miley cyrus and kim kardashian promote the egg-shaped balm. since the lawsuit has become public, several other complaints against the product have surfaced. the oscar nominations are out and leonardo dicaprio's latest, "the revenant" leads the pack with 12 nominations. "mad m m: fury road" and "the martian" also had strong showings. suzanne marques has a look at all the surprises and snubs. (package script)"the revenant" leads the oscar race with 12 nominations ncluding best picture, best actor for leonardo dicaprio and best director for alejandro inarritua& who is going for his second win in a row.(nats) george mmler's action epic "mad max: fury road" earned 10 nominations (nats)and "the martian" notched seven including a best actor nod for matt damon bututot one for director ridley scott. (graphic) (already show the revenant, mad max: fury road,
best picture categy are: the big shortbridge of spies brooklynroom and spotlightnats bryan cranston surprised some with his best actor nomination for trumbo. rounding out that category, michael fassbender and eddie redmayne. (nats carol)the critically acclaimed "carol" was shut out of best picture but rooney mara earned a supporting actress nod and cate blanchett scored in the best actress category. (graphic)she will go up against ontrunner brie larson foforoom, jennifer lawrence in joy, saoirse (ser-sha) ronan in brooklyn and charlotte rampling in 45 years.(nats crd)sylvester stallone is s ything but the underdog in the best supporting actor category . his two nominations for playing the iconic rocky balboa come nearly 40 years apart. but the academy snubbed his "creed" co-star michael b. jojoan. that a& along with the absence of idris elba for "beasts of no nation" have already sparked a backlash as all the acting
performers. suzanne marques cbs news, llywood. coming up on live at 5... winter break. the respite weekend coming up, meant to give campers and parents, a chance to enjoy some time off. meanwhile, a look outside at a beautiful sunset in iowa city. we'll have more live at five, when we coco back. "cbs 2 news connects with the corridor.call us -- 1-800- 222-kganemail us -- news @ cbs2iowa.comconnect with us on facebook -- facebook.com/
an average of ninety people are killed by guns in this country every single day. it has tstop. president obama wants to make universal background checks the law of the land. and he wants to make sure gun manufacturers can finally be held accountable when their guns are used to kill our children. it's time to
pick a side. either we stand with the gun lobby... ...or we join the president... ...and stand up to them. i'm with him. please join us. i'm hillary clinton d i approve this mesesge. marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote ainst it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio.
jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the
content of this message. coming up tomorrow on cbs 2 this mning.we all know cigarette smokokg puts people at risk for lung cancer, but it's not the only cause. cause.tomorrow morning, see how leading research is helping those with non-smoking
clear skienow with clouds moving tonight. highs across the area today were warm near and above 40. the january thaw is ending and arctic air is returning along with the possibility of snow this weekend. high temperatures were well above average across the area today. that's starting to change as our next system approaches d brings a blast of colder and arctic air. it could also bring some snow on saturday with one
near an inch across eastern iowa. temperatur will be going down though below zero by sunday. temperatures will go from above average today to below average by this weekend. it will feel even colder with wind chills near 20 to 30 degrees below zero. tonight temperatures in the mid to upper 20s with ilding clouds, steady temperatures tomorrow staying below freezing. much colder this weekend with temperatures staying below zero on sunday with gradually increasing
you might not think about "camp" ding these *wintet months, but a very special weekend at camp courageous is coming up for both big and little kids. it's the chance for parents and kids to have a "break" and the counselors at the camp say, it's great for everybody. no matter what season it is, camp courageous is always bustling with activities... 10.10.16 even in the winter, we have a lot of fun things that we can do, can do - climbing events that we have inside, like our climbing wall, we swim all year round in our nice, heated pool, arts and crafts are in doors, we have a lot of anals that the campers get to help care for and interactctith in our nature center...shannon poe is the respite care director here - and says they've got a weekend coming up that's designed to help families with special needs, have a well-deserved rest. 10.09.19
break' so it really is designed to give families a break 10.09.25.24 from each other, the camper as well as the parents 10.09.28.23 *all campers with disabilities who live at home with a parent or guardian are welcome - it doesn't matter the age - to come and enj all the activities here - from crafts to outdoor and indoor fun, to making lifelong friends. shannon says, this shorter weekend is actually a great way to get kids ready for a weeklong adventure that camps can come back during the summer and enjoy. 10.13.45 a lot of times, the respite program is the first step into the camping program, because it's just two nights away, rsus a week-@ong stay and it's most often the parents that are nervous, as opposed to the kids 10.13.58.28 but she says, once the kids get here, their smiles show up on the pictures they post for their parents on facebook,nd the joy and fun, translates into a beautiful time e for both the campers *and their parents. 10.12.18 everybody needs that time to themselves, everybody needs it, and they can be rest assured that their
adult child, they're having fun n there are still some spots open for their respite care weekend coming up on january 29th. shannon says the cost is minimal - and is often covered by medicaid - and there are camper scholarships available. if you'd like to sign up, head to our website. still ahead live at five... honoring a legendary career, we take a look back at the larger-than-fe characters alan rickman dedicated his life to portraying. here's a live look at some ice and snow melt in iowa ci - obably going to freeze back up when the chill rolls in. there's more news ahead when live at 5 continues on cbs 2.
republicans and some democrats came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them.
mournini beloved actor alan rickman. famous for portraying villanious characters like harry potter's severus snape, rickman died after losing his battle with cancer. tina kraus looks back on his career which transcended screen and stage. stage. (nats - die hard)"you know my name, but whare you?"alan rickman made a big first impression on americ momoegoers as e villian 'hans gruber' in the original "die hard" movie in 1988.. (natsot)"do you really think you have a chance against us, mr. cowboy?"rickman had
himself on the british stage with the royal shakespeare company. in 1991, he returned to the screen for another memoble turn as the bad guy as the sheriff of nottingham in "rob hood: prince of thieves."(natsot - robin hood) "cancel the kitchen scraps for lepers and orphans, no more merciful beheadings, and call off christm!"rickman won#a golden globe award in 1991 for playing the title character in a tv movie "rasputin: dark servant of destiny." he played a lighter le in the 2003 romantic comedy, "love actually," opposite emma thompsonon(nats - love actually) "i am so in love with you... a classic fool."he took his turns behind the camera as well, directing and co-starring with kate winslet in "a little chaos" in 2014. (nats - door opening - harry potter)but perhaps his most memorable role was as the dark and mysterious professor severus snape in eight 'harry potter' films(natsot)"mister potter...", this morning,
marco o bio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty..... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and thth he abandoned it. marco rubio.o. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right t rise usa
people people will be sharing the record-shattering 1- point-6 billion dollar powerball jackpot. one winning ticket was sold in tennessee, one in florida and the other in california. hundreds gathered at the california convenience stororto celebrate. here in the hawkeye state, more than 200-thousand people won prizes including a two-million dollar winner with a ticket bought in onawa. and now a final look at your forecast. forecast. clouds sticking around and colder by morning with lows in the upper 203. some scattered flurries possible with steady temperatureseswith much colder
marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threateted to vote agaiait
it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. an a arage of ninety peoplpl are killed by guns in this country every single day. it has to stop. president obama wants to make universal background checks
and he wants to make sure gun manufacturers can finally be held accountable
when their guns are used to kill our children. it's time to pick a side. either we stand with the gun lobby... ...or we join the president... ...andndtand up to them. i'm with him. please join us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> pelley: round six for seven