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stories and tomorrow's weather forecast in the first ten minutes. this is cbs 2 news 10 at 10. happening right now, several roads in eastern iowa are slick tonight.this is a liveve look at i-380 and fourth street southeast.where traffic appears to be moving just fine. fine.parts of the cbs 2 viewing are also dealing with snow.chief meteorologist terry swails joins us now with more on what we can expect for the
some area parents are angry with the cedar rapids school board over major changes proposed for next year's calendar. calendar.the district wants students to start classes two hours late *every monday morning. tonight the bobod let parents speak out and found out it's a huge issue. issue.cbs 2 news reporter matt hammill was at the meeting and joins
reaction new at ten.matt. ________________the whole idea is to give teachers more time for professional training - - so their students can be better educated.the school board - was expected to vote on this - - tonight - - but it never happened. happened. nats - kds bussescedar rapids school kids occasionally have early outs but the change would mean starting classes two hours late every monday morningnat saul - " our schools are for our kids not for our teachers " scores of parents told the board - their kids will lose the most productive learning hours of the day - and even though they can drop off their children at the normal time monday it'll l disruptive. saul foreman - " we are on a slippery slope if you think this schedule is to benefit the children it's not at all
they'll need child care - and ah-leema kleema - waiting pick up her daughter says it won't just mess with parents routine." i think it'll be difficult for the children they're used to o at time of day or morningkristy schuley says she is a single working mom with few optionskristy - " do i hire someone .. do i find another job .. this just doesn't work.gred - " its modern times .. this is not leave it to beaver " but it was discussion about school buses - running on ththlate start monday schedule that moved some board members to put the brakes on the plan. working parents whos children ride the bus - would be in a dilemma.lisa - " i'm m going to have a five year old waiting alone for a bus and that scares me .. in the end - - for the second time - - the board delayed the vote.nat - " move to table ... " the board says no one is disputing that teachers need the training - in fact cedar rapids is one of the few - large districts - in iowa that don't haha a late start
don't want kids home alone - and want to study the options. matt hammill - cbs 2 news - ten at ten cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with the investigation into the controversial ppnned parenthood videos. videos.happening now - two anti-abortion activists - who shot the videos - are under indictment by a houston grand jury. jury.you'll recall the highly- edited clips claim to show planned parenthood leaders negotiating the sale of fetal body parts.the videos created an uproar in washington with republican lawmakers vowing to defund the organization.n.the grand jury has also cleared planned parenthood of any wrong doing. a crime running from mexico to canada is claiming victims in eastern iowa.cbs 2 news was there today as local - state - and federal authorities gathered at the marion police
trafficking.the department of homeland security's blue campaign is meant to help law enforcement recognize trafficking victims.the campaign includes law enforcement training and community awareness.groups like truckers against trafficking already serve as an important look out for victims. right now, g sales and applications to carry weapons are on the riseseacross the state. state.according to the national instant criminal background check system, nearly 26-thousand firearm background checks were conducted in iowa just last month.the agency says december saw the highest number of checks in all of 20-15.many customers cite the president's executive action on gun control as their reason for buying a gun. right t w, all three democratic presidential candidates are holding a town hall. hall.cbs 2 news political reporter kevin barry barryis live in des moines tonight with more on tonight't' finanashowdown before the
the night started with bernie sanders - who criticized hillary clinton for voting for the iraq war. martin o'malley asked iowan's to overturn the apple cart to boost him from a distant third in thehepolls to what would be a huge upset in the caucus. but hillary clinton came out and said that even with her once dominant lead in iowa being washed away by the sanders campaign - she's proud of the democrat race for staying focused on issues - and not slinging insults like their republican counterparts. but she also did what she's done more recently -- tying herself closely to the obama legacy and talking about how she e wants to make it better - not tear it down. "i wouldn't be doing it if i didn't think it was absolutely necessary to try to build on the progress that we've made under president obama against great odds and that we've got to everything we can to keep
away the progress and turn us backwards, that would be such a loss for our country." country."iowan's just have to wait less than three days until the republican debate - also here in des moines - before iowan's go to caucus a week from tonight. kevin barry, cbs 2 news ten at ten. good news tonight if you'll be heading out to caucus in cedar rapids.park cedar rapids is offering free parking for those attending caucus events at the double tree downtown. the free parking begins at five-30 but is *only available for the five seasons and convention ceceer ramps.anyone arriving before 5:30 will be charged at the normal rate. on-street parking rates will still be enforced. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. in washington, four people are now behind bars after a
sheriff's office tells cbs 2 news they raided a home on north iowa avenue in washington.james estes andnd bobbie jean milford were taken into custody on burglary charges.deputies arrested two other people in the home for possessing meth. right now, a north liberty organization is working, to help a local blind man, while remembering his best friend.todd bevans' service dog arvo was diagnosed with brain cancer just last week. his family made ththdifficult decision to put the faithful friend asleep.now, the lions club is holding a funding drive to help pay for arvo's vets bills and to help cover the cost of a new service dog. the group is looking to raise about 25-thousand dollars. dollars.we've placed a link to their go fund me page on the all new cbs 2 iowa dot com. if you're e looking f f a new taste -- look no further.a new, limited edition craft beer is bottled and is ready for distribution. distribution.only 144 people
one.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller has more information on the mastermind behind this project -- --in the amanas. amanas. not everyone gets to come downstairs and see whe all the magic happens here at millstream brewing co., but today we got a chance to as part of a collaborative special release. release. "this is where it all starts, we get about a semi load of grain every six weeks a lot of time and manpower goes into makiki beer. beer. "we're very, very labor intensive here as you can see." on monday, they had extra hands to help with all that labor. labor. "we're putting them to work and they think it's great, we think it's great because we don't have to do it."when millstream and cedar ridge combine efforts...magic happens. happens."we've never done a special release like this." this." "with all the new craft distilleries and craft breweries that are popping up in iowa and around the country, there's an opportunity for us to create any number of new products."
like 144 bottles of shockalada bock -- aged for three months in a bourbon barrel.the creative mind behind this operation -- brad -- a manager at hyvee. hyvee. "you're as innovative as you can be creative, in this casbrad's just got all kinds of ideas." ideas.""the newest thing is aging beer in boururn barrels, so i thought i id be a good idea."and when it comes to bottling, three's never a crowd. crowd. "anybody who wanted to come help bottle put their name in a drawing." drawing." "it's awesome, i've never done anything like this before..."it'll be worth every sip once we get to pop that open." open.""the shockalada bock is a chocolate bock in german, so we figured chocolate, valentine's." valentine's.": this limited edition beer will be availabe on february 12th, but you'll have to go to o wilsls hyvee to reserve it, but they're telling us it's going pretty quickly to make sure you get yours soon and i'll tell you what, it's pretty good. covering the corridor in amana, dora miller, cbs 2 news ten at ten that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather r rst forecast in the first ten minutes.
keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your pa, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so
many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposeto operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead.. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall strt banks and billionaires buy electionsn my campaign is funded by over two and
a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight to take back our government. day with cbs 2 this morning. one third of the children in the cocotry are overweight or obese.. obese..a new study gives us a closer at some of the factors, how doctors say you can help your little ones, tomorrow on
women. related to heart trouble have been studied for a long time.. and now, researchers are focusing on what women should watch out for. for.according to a new, first- ever statement from the american heart assssiation. woman's heart attack may have different causes and symptoms and andsome risk factors can be even more dangerous.@ ( track)three years ago, marsha goodbaum felt nauseous
finally headed to the hospital hours later.(sot marsha goodbaum/heart attack patient) i had no idea i was having a heart attack. //12:00:34 i really expected shoulder pain or heavy chest pain.(track)a new scientific statement from the american heart association says there can be some key differences between men and women when it comes to heart atatck symptoms. (sot dr. harmony reynolds/nyu langone medical center) it may not feel like they expect it to feel \but there is usually discomfort somewhere in the chest area, and or in the neck, the jaw the back the upper stomach, it can be in either arm or shoulder (track) this is the first time the association has put out a statement on heart attacks in women, which highlights that women often haveifferent causes of heart attack such as the type of plaque buildup. nats exam (track)some risk factors can also be more harmful. (sot dr. harmony reynolds/nyu langone medical center) diabetes//can be twice as strong a risk factor. high blood pressure is a ssonger risk factor (track)one year later , marsha had the same symptoms.. and another heart
wait.. (sot marsha goodbaum/hea rt attack patient) i tell my friends if they have stomach pain, or slight nausea don't hesitate. i hesitated, i'm glad i'm alive after that (track)she continues to manage her high cholesterol and high blood ppssure with medication, diet and exercise. adriana diaz, cbs news. the report also says black and hispanic women have more sk factors such as diabetes and obesity at the time of their heart attacks. tonight in sports... hilton magic lives on... highlights from iowa state and
"cbs 2 you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work
pays off. at's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actuly get ahead.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. nation's number one-team came to ames... and left a loser... tonight... one of college basketball's blue bloods takes their chances in hilto coliseum.. it's iowa state and kansas on big monday... doesn't get much bigger than this... first half... monte morris says... "here, jameel"... gives it to jameel mckay
and he skies r thf slam... but the 'clones trailed for the whole first half... they didn't lead until this... deonte burton from three... bang... iowa state grabs their first lead of the game... and iowa state didn' let lt go... just a minute later... monte morris to abdel nader... we have lift-off... 'clones up seven... hilton going wild... and then final seconds... matt thomas reads
then takes it for an easy dagger dunk... the ook on bill self's face says it all for kansas... iowa state takes down another giant... they beat the jayhawks... 85-72... morris and georges niang led the way for the cyclones... since that 1-3 start in the big twelve... they've now won four straight games... a new a-p poll was released on monday... and the hawkeyes are lookin' good... they jumped all the way up to number- threre.. they haven't
been that high since 19-87... iowa is happy with the respect... but they won't get too full of themselves... i think we're finally getting recognition for being a great team... and we've always believed that we're a great team... so i think we stay away from looking at where we're ranked... because the only ranking that matters is at the end of the year... the kennedy girls lost to cedadafalls on frfray night... snapping a 14-game win streak... you don't win 14 straight... if you're not really good... and these cougars - are as good as it gets in five-a... c-b-s two
has more... they can't tell you why oh gosh goshi don't know what it is! but something special is happening on 42nd street streetthey have the "it" factor. there's just something -- they''re connected offensively and defensively because what started with a loss... loss...we were all so kinda scared because they were the number one team and then we caca out of i ionly losing by six.has led to wins and now the cougars are ranked number one -- but they aren't thinking about it itwe really don't talk about streaks -- we don't talk a aut the ranking rankingi just look forward to the next game because i love playing basketball. so just the next game gets me excited number one. one.i don't think it really affects any of us. we know that we deserve it... just can't take it for granted grantedfriday's loss to cedar falls a reminder of that, but the cougs have been here before beforeseeing that we've won fourteen games in a row has showed that we can come back
it takes a full season to get to des moines moinesit's never easy. it takes luck. there's gonna have to be a bounce that goes our way... 5-a's up for grabs this year -- i really think about twelve to fifteen teams that could be number one.but for now it's the cougars atop the five-a food chain chaini don't really feel any pressure and i don't think anybody else does we're just ready for what comes."
thanks for you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every singlday. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get
as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote. we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone.
we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. captioning sponsored by cbs ( band playing "late show" theme )