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about the swift response from police after a man attacks people in a restaurant. the a man attacked teem nem restaurant. >> about the man police say shot another officer at point- running for office. weweome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our bs 2
police have killed a man they say randomly attacked people at an ohio restaurant, with a machete. machete.foupeople were injured.they were all taken to the hospital and are expected to be okay.the suspect led police on a short chase before he was shot and killed when he lunged at officers with the machete.witnesses at the restaurant say it all seemed random. "i mean he came in and started beating up on another man i thought it was a personal thing he just started down the row hitting everybody, people were bleeding." bleeding."right now -- police aren't talking about a motive. they say they're working with federal officers to investigate. a somber sight in maryland following the attack we told you about yesterday that happened in aanera bread.an attacker killll two police officers before being killed himself in a shootout. shootout.this motorcade escorted the remains of senior deputies patrick dailey and mark logsdon to a funeral home in eastern maryland.dailey's funeral services will be held
not been set. the son of the man who killed those two officers spoke out, shedding more details on the background of the shooter, david evevs. evens.he says his father had emotional problems, and described him as a heavy drinker.he also said his father shot and wounded his mother about 20 years ago, and had recently resurfaced. she told them exactly what had transpired years ago and that she thinks theres a warrant out for his arrest. gave as many of the specifics as she possibly could and tried to tell them, i think he's here to hurt me. me.jeremy evans went on to say his father was a veteran and had never spoken ill about police, so he didn't think he targetededfficers. bernie sanders and hillary clinton clashed for the first time timesince tuesday's blowout win for sanders in new hampshire.the next caucus is in nevada -- but last night -- they met in wisconsin. wisconsin.a new reuters last night they met in wisconsin.
shows they're neck and neck with clinton's slim lead. aftetethe finish -- calling some of his policy unrealistic especially his health care plan. >> need to level with people that numbers don't add up. >> look, here is three hours. there is one major country on earth that does not guantee thok all people. >> the incomes state up for grabs is nevada. theyeyave their caucus voters causes a week of from. you can catch the republican debate at cbs 2. saturday at 2:00 p.m. in south carolina. the primary vet. republican voters head to the polls a week from tomorrow. a foreman president will on the campaign trail week and it won't be bill clinton, something for r llary. george w. bush will be at at campaign rally for his younger brother jeb. next week jeis trying to build support in south carolina
>> former cedar rapids city councilwoman picks up one of the biggest dormts yeye to face republican rod blum. >> the dratting congressional campaign question lieu -- in their red to blue program. they support candidates for either -- she's humbled but she's not losing sight of the grass works too. >> just a good combination of somethink that's coming frfr dedecratic party. a great endorsement but also something that people at the local level can get excited about too. you know, then to see us do well and we've continued to add people on every step of the way. >> he was endorsed over fellow democrats who is running a second time for the depressiwnal seat. >> voters are starting to get a little bit of a better idea
>> community organizers stay -- officially announce tdz his candidacy last night. he told the crowd he wants to explore raising the minimum wage and help them improve their communities. he has tht support of wo c veteran supervisors. they know what the work is like and going in to my first campaign for office it's really important to have their tbiens and insight and inalternativeship. this is his first time running for office himself. you can seal him talk about making the stition to run for supervor on our website at cbs # iowa.com. and don't forget. you can watch iowa in focus right here every sunday on cbs 2 in the morning at 10:30. also watch it at 9:30 on our center sister station.
ed the soring beyond campaign. they scrd -- the money would help help improve services and providing help for children in need. >> we wanted to haha a focal point in the corridor and as you can tell, it worked out quite well. we did open it. and now we just need to figure out how to pay for it. >> the clinic opened in up they'll be able to treat two time as many children. 4,000 kids every year. >> vallen es day is sunday. you might be preparing something special. ?rt average person spends $196 to express their love. millennials spend a hundred more than. that over plume blooming teen moves three times the amount of delivery our of their door this
rose. >> vatten tine's day holiday and many other holidays helps bring a lot of busy to the local area and people look for tbifts downtown and help support the community here. >> restorabilities downtown with valentine's day special. filling up. might be a little bit behind the 8-pal if you haven't booked >> 609 now. >> you're waking up in vinton it's 18 degrees right now. some cold weather the next couple of days. take a look at the forecast summery. 16.
6:12. let's talk about the weekend. a big auto show in dubuque this week. the show which you'll hear about next hour down at theheox show ens up as well. anything you're doing today will be done in the sunshine as long as you don't start doing until 10:00 or 11:00 this morning. into the teeee to 7 below. clear skies. sunny and cold for saturday. high of 11. down to 7 with snow saturday night and sunday. 2 to 4 inches of snow. down to 16. that's kind of the snapshot of what's coming our way. let's break down the friday. turn windchill factors disabled vehicle. our wind will increase to the north and the west. about 15 to 25. the occasional 5 miles an hour gust. the drey rolls on into the- esque and into the overnight as we get well belove zero.
just after lab much times. 34 at 5 and're down to 9. doppr radar. we hmm so flurries move through. light snow earlier in the overnight hours but as you can see it right now things are quiet across the country and the road conditions reported normal winter-time driving for this friday. here's downtown. all of the lights are bright and you can a little bit of a shake in the camera. at shake and shimmy. it feels like 4. that wind is north and d west. 21 iowa city washington. 16 dew buick. 15 water a lot. it feels like zero. windchill of 10 in iowa city. don't expect that number to get higher than what it is. windchill advisory from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. many we're expecting windchills 15 to 245.
hours tomorrow. our high about 16 today. 38 north platte. 55 in wichita. all of the cold air just located right here in iowa. very cold coming through friend. clouds of spokes with cleabing this afternoon. thanks to high pressure. we'll drop in. that high digs in, finds some clear air, finds some would weather as it expands we'll seen sunshine for most of our saturday. the next area starting to knock on the door. leads in a rm front for saturday night when temperatures stay below zero for saturday. we'll find snow throughout the detuned r sunday as well. not a heavy snow. it's going be spread out about a 12 to 18-hour time span. so here we go. late saturday night. the snow about an inch or so there.e. up toward northeast iowa. ?r another interesting one on top of that.
plan on by 6:00 sunday morning anywhere from 2 to maybe 3 inches of snow. that's combining saturday night through sunday. we're pretty safe. in the 2 to 4-inch range by sunday evening. water a lot of manchester. clouds early.y. clearingngnd windy this afternoon. tonight, clear and cold with a capital c. and two exclamation points. wind northwest 51025. gusting to 20. 9 below decorah. 7 below in water a lot. the day tomorrow is cold. 9 in oelwein, 12 iowa sit. n north to northwest. 5 to 10. there's that snow. we're driving -- a flurry or two monday. another little dusting of snow is possible tuesday. that a``0 another little clipper moves through. wednesday, 30s for thursday and let's talk about valentine's day.
about celebrating the one they love. 15. by the afternoon, 24. night time 19 degrees. should see snow for the first half of the day. guys? >> thank you. love is in the area and if decorated -- the event in coralville is one the one for you. there with the preview for us. stephanie? >> hey, guys. you can deck rat your home with paws, kings material ink. can you tell about your exhibit? >> well, kings material has been in business for well over 130 years. we're in the masonry, landscape business. brick, stone for your ourselves and interior, exterior. we're very big on retaining walls even a en-- >> awesome. can you tell about the location that you are at? >> well, we're actually all
we're in the quad cities, cedar rapids, waterloo. quarterville, marshalltown and clear lake. we got eastern iowa pretty well covered. >> what else can people expect from your exhibit when they come here to the home show? >> well, our goal is to make people familiar with masonry for landscape things. they're a little bit overwhelmed. they step into the showroom and expect to pick out one, two, brick and we had hundreds. and we've got experience staff. identify been there overer0 so kind of guide you through easier. the same with all of the people. this is a plan -- eople are very normingable about that are i products and do a good job of getting people to the press as
>> awesome. mark. ththk you. this will be next. it's pried. ed it fud tissue bring your green thumb and your construction zone on with you. covering the corridor, stephanie johnson. cbs 2. guys back to you. >> it's about 16 degrees in waukee this morning. thanks for joining us. >> the latest work being done
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mutation, greg has a colon -- with the screening, that risk can be virtually eliminated. >> because of the precision medicine they were able to prevent the cancer before it gets too far. >> by preventing the cancer in salt lake city utah, shauna lake reporting. another kekepart of precision medicine is genetic testing of tumor tissue to determine optimal therapies. doctors expects that more reseources from this initiative will help genetic research and testing and help uncover more genes that cause predisposition to cananr. it's right now it's degrees in just ahead...how the university's efforts to keep some of their students and staff safe, seems to be e rking.
6:25. flad to have you here. 16 degrees this morning. we'll go to down to 14. 3 this afternoon many we'll bring more sunshine in. we'll bring some gusty winds in as well. satellite radar. clouds, a few flurries here. nothing major on the roads though. here's a predictor. we're clearing up as we head through the e ternoon. clear ananold conditions tonight. numbers below zero. windchills 15 to 25 below overnight. saturday morning we'll start very cold. as we head through our day sard we'll get you the double digits. we'll bring the clouds into the afternoon and see some snow by late saturday night. there. 15 in oelwein. 15 way up in delaware chance of rain raleigh company and dew
windy with the clearing skies. winds gusting to near 30. snow tomorrow night. snow for sunday. mid-30s tuesday. cool just a bit. 20s wednesday and more of those 30s. warming those 40 as we head into the weekend. upper 30 toss low 40s for next sunday. the university of iowa is seeing an increase in the number of female students and staff using its nite ride service. in 2014, the university added a second bus to help open up space and reduce pick up time. since then, the nite ride staff has been busy picking up more wowon using the service.from since then they've been pz johnson county leaders are asking anyone who drives -- rides a bike or rides a bus to be a part of ththfirst of five surveys.they want the public's input for developmental plans over the next 30 years.results will eventually go to leaders in iowaity -- coralville and north liberty.if you'd like to take the survey, wewee
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thousand that it's finally over. >> the developing details in the middle east where fighting in one war-torn country could end for now. >> the plan of iowa democrats morning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. valentines unless he gets -- i- - sorry, gleaning of the it's been fun. it's going be cold today. clouds this orange morning and some gusty winds. both of which will increase. wind and the cold temperatures will increase.
just like the old stock mark. those numbers get smaller day by dead. down to 15 at lunchtime many wel be 9:00. just a few nurselies earlier. since moved out and we can see normal winter-time driving conditions throughout. cedar rapids from our place off to the east. we can see quiet and cold. 19 right now with clouds and a little bit of traffic east and west. 14 in oeilwe initiation -- it's e warmest it will be day all day. the winds increase 15 to 25. that will drive the temps down. windchill is below -- one above in water a lot. later today, windchilled a rise reincarnated goes into effect and will stay in effect you want 8:00 tomorrow morning. reason being we'll have windchills 15 to 25 below this afternoon n d through the overnight. satellite and radar featuring
they will not on it that -- 3:00 temperature. we can't call it our ououtop ten because we reached that after midnight. what we can do is show you cold will be tomorrow. and what next week looks like coming glusm a first look at the last four occupiers at surrender -- that surrendered to the firework in dpon. they were tarkenton custody and all face felony charges of conspiracy from intimidation. they were part of the six week standoff that started at a protest over public whrand use. the firework says s one was injured and there were no shotted fires. appeared in court and now stay in jail until the next court hearing. he's the father -- the leadad of thahaarmed group in oregon. he was taken into custody did
he's asked for a court-a prison guards from at least 8 different state institutions in georgia have been arrested. arrested.the officers are accused of taking bribes and helping deliver drugs outside of prison.at least 130 people -- including prison employees and former inmates have been indicted on similar crimes since september.a majority of the officers agreed to wear uniforms during drug transports so other officers wouldn't interfere. mexican officials nosay 49-people are dead after a prison riot in monterrey. monterrey.y.officials had initially reported a higher death toll.the riot started as a fight between rival gang leaders and took authorities nearly two hours to get the situation under control.at least 12 people wererehurt -- five are in critical condition this morning. the chaos of that prison riot came just a day before the arrival of pope francis in mexico. mexico.during his week-long visit, the pontififwill visit a seperate prison in the city of juarez - which was once known as the murder capital of the world.roughly 81-percent
catholic, and has the second highest number of catholics in the world.pope francis' flight will touchdown tonight in mexico city, where more than two-million people are expected to be be there. touchdown in mexico city where for man 2 million are expected to be waiting. >> tracking develops. where the hope for peace is growing in that war-torn country. u.s. officials say the two parties have reached the cease fire that could start sometime next week. thousands of people and push at t t nation's capitol, capitol,the senana passed a bill that would forbid state and local governments from taxing internet access. access.the bill will now be sent to the president's desk. they had already passed the legislation.it will now require the seven states that already have internet access taxes to phase them out by 20-20. right now -- a bill working its way through the statehouse would require the athletic
state to help cover the cost of athletics at northern iowa. if it gets through -- iowa state and iowa would transfer a combined four-million dollars a year to u-n-i. u-s-a today reports that iowa was 16th in t t n-c-a-a in total revenue in 20-14 -- iowa state was 48th and northern iowa 147th.after expenses -- u-n-i lost more than a milli dollars last year. year..this story has a lot of people talking on our facebook page... you can share your opinion right now..just search for kgan - cbs 2. we have continuing coverage this morning about the plan to privatize iowa's medicaid system. it morning about the plan to -- the democratic controlled senate passed legislationing it -- billion dollar plan. to the opposite of. signed funner for the sate-run program. it changed to private -- set to
that bill is expected to die in the house. >> tiara pa ma county authorities are cautioning residents to been on the lookout for three men pushing handy manual services, according to to the water -- it driveway repears much take a look at theses pictururphysical had oses 3706. another potential scam to warn you about, mid-american energy is asking the public to be on the lookout for this fan. the company tells cbs 2 news about 50 spanish speaking customers. a call from someone threatening to shut off their utilities. . mid-american ys it make several attempts to deal with overdo bills and disconnection is a let resort. you're asked to caping --
>> shawndres finally have the measurable thes. two -- thech created by the collision of two black hones second. the impression is only thunderstorms developing to proton which is of tine. in fact the earth it tually ts. university of iowa are part of a collaborate that we seuz telescopes to monitor the origin -- to learn even more about that them. good morning again. thanks f f waking up with us. >> you're in north liberty it's 9 degrees right now. >> ashley -- i'm at the 2016 home show. i have a lot coming up for you, next. >> mother nature gives us a
windy, sunny and cold. 6:4 #. glad to have you here. it's the weekend. talk about 16 today with falling temps much 7 below tonight. some clouds this morning. tomorrow, sunshine. in fact sonship by late morning into the -- 1 # is the high. snow begins for sunday. 2 to 4 inches of sw is what's expected with a ehr here are the headlines. the 12th of the dd cold today. windy today as well. clearing skies too. the hour by hour says 15 just low lunchtime and we'll be at
top her radar is pretty quiet right now. not much going on out there. some light snow earlier but nothing on the roadway. things look like normal winter- time driving conditions this morning. that sky cam gets a little brighter and brighter. 1 currently. it makes it feel like 4. that's your windchill this morning. 18 the temp in monocell low. 15 the team in ara lot. two penitentiary -- two in dubuque fefes like four in cedar rapids and feels like 10 right now in iowa city. later today, a whril advisory goes into effect. wee going to expect below zero. overnight. look at all of that cold air. teams and low -- teens and low 20s.
40s all the way through the at 88. so you want to go out of the cold, head we. let's talk about what's happening around us. that jet triple is going to slowly move and by the end of the weekend. we'll start to see things turn turn around. 0 monday. we'll take one little baby step back. the early part of next week. as a little moisture is moving our way tuesday a light dusting of snow but we'll follow that up with some cooler temps for a went and by the end of next week looking great. upper 30s even some mid-40s today. high pressure will move in today. =xxt: moves in saturday morning with the warm front. that will push the clouds it. late saturday night into arm. zeal the -- start to move through t. believe it or not, it weres are going to go up even as we head through our sunday. but that will bring some snow. here's friday. it's clear, it's cold, it's windy.
saturday with a breeze cold and clear weather. saturday afternoon, some light snow that will move through e forecast and into sunday. by church an inch or so on the ground. an inch through the day sunday. snow totals at this from 6 this morning to 6:00 understood morning. ranging about 2 to 4 inches. so we're pretty well safe in that range. here's todau's numbers. 14 in decorah. 15 in watera lot. >> 18 in iowa sit. we'll clear out. it will be windy and doled today. here's your extendededforecast. snow tomorrow night. snow for sunday. 24 is the high. 34 monday. mid-0s tuesday. remember i told you at step back. upper 20s wednesday. upper 30s for thursday and ten- day trend promises some great
upper 30s and next saturday for next sunday grs a special e. that ties into this love theme. there >> that's right. he's been live all morning to give us preview. stephanie? >> hie, guys. if you're moving, mike jenson is your perfect guy. mike, could you tell me about the exhibit. happen to hear. >> we'd like you to come down an asset the mar yacht tenniel system friday night from 4:00 to 8:00. saturday from 10 to 5 and sunday from 10 to 4. the coverage -- if you feel like you've contain you can certainly do in a. tpere's lots of things -- real estate companies but there's windows, there's landscaping en, there's hot tubs and lightning and everything that you could ever think about for your new home
we'd'dove to see you down here. >> awesome, awesome. so if i'm thinking about moving what should i do for my home? how should i set it up?p? >> what i would -- call of -- give you some ideas for staging and help you with the pricing. and help you through the whole prosthetic. it i was out this and love to help you. >> thank you so much if, micro. if up to counsel wn hero i'llll any of your questions at the 2016 home show. covering the corridor in drn cbs 2 news. guys, back to you. and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important stories for your friday
!anncr: a culligan whole-house water softening system turns your problem water into culligan water, pure and simple. welcome back -- it's n n we're e taking a look at your_______ your_______ welcome back. taking a look at your valentine's day forecast. 24 and for your late night dinner, 19 degrees. >> let's take a look at the roads this morning on this valentine's day friday. a look high above cedar rapids. you can see colins road there. not a whole lot of traffic and traffic c ving well on i-380 as well. everything up and down i-308 tends to be pretty open no. accidents to report to you this friday morning. >> due this morning police have killed a man they say randomly attacked people at an ohio restaurant. >> four people were injured. they were all taken to the police on a short chase before he was shotnd killed when he lunged at officers with the machete.witnesses at e
random. "i mean he came in and started beating up on another man i thought it was a personal thing he just started down the row hitting everybody, people were bleeding." bleeding."right now -- police aren't talking about a motive. they say they're working with federal officers to investigate. a somber sight in maryland following the attack we told you about yesterday that happened in a panera bread.an attacker killed two police officers before being killed himself in a shootout. shootout.this motorcade escorted the remains of senior deputies patrick dailey and mark logsdon to a funeral home in eastern maryland.dailey's funeral services will be held next wednesday. lolodon's has not been set. the son of the man who killed those two officers spoke out, shedding more details on the background of the shooter, david evens. evens.he says his father had emotional problems, and described him as a heavy drinker.he also said his father shot and wounded his mother about 20 years ago, and
she told them exactly y at had transpired years ago and that she thinks theres a warrant out for his arrest. gave as many of the specifics as she possibly could and tried to tell them, i think he's here to hurt me. me.jeremy evans went on to say his father was a veteran and had never spoken ill about police, so he didn't think he targeted officers. bernie sanders and hillary clinton clashed for e first time timesince tuesday's blowout win for sanders in new hampshire.the next caucus is in nevada -- but last night -- they met in wisconsin. wisconsin.a new reuters national poll shows they're neck and neck -- with clinton's slim lead wiwiin the margin of error. error.after her tough finish in new hampshire -- clinton challenged sanders -- calling some of his policies unrealistic -- especially his health-care plan. clinton: you need to level th people /// the nunuers don't add up.sanders: that is just inaccurate . here is the reality folks. there is one major country on earth thatat
people."the next state up for grabs for the democrats is nevada..they'll have their caucuses a week from tomorrow. you can tch the republican candidatesn their next debate right here on cbs 2.it starts at 8 8 m in greenville, south carolina -- where the g- o-p will have it's next primary vote.republican voters in that state head to the polls a week from tomorrow. a former president will be on the campaign trail next week -- and it *wont be bill clinton stumping for hillary. hillary.george w. bush will be at a campaign rally in south carolina for his younger brother jeb -- nexteek.jeb is trying to help build grassroots support in south carolina after a disappointing start to the primary and caucus season. former cedar rapids city council-woman monica vernon pisked up one of her biggest endorsements yet.right now, she's running for the democrcric nomination to face republican rod blum for a seat in congress this november. november.the democratic congressional campaign committee included monica vernon in their red-to-blue program, where they support candidates for either open or republican-held seats.vernon
group's support -- but that she's not losing sight of her grassroots work too. it's just a good combination of something that's coming from the democratic party, a great endorsement,but also something that people at the local level can get excited about too. they way to see us do well and we've continued to add people on every step of the way." way."vernon was endorsed over fellow democrats gary kroeger and pat murphy, who is running a second time for the congressional seat. it's now on this morning. morning.right now it's degrees in when we come back, we'll take a look at the three stories you'll need to know on
they were all taken to hospital each are expected to be okay. the suspect led police on a short chase before he was shot and killed when he lunged at officers. the democrats clashed the ff e first time since new hampshire. it was the second since martin o'mally drop out. the next caucus is in nstled for the democrats but last nighthey net in wisconsin. >> we're getting a first look at the last four occupiers that surrendered to the fbi in gob. they were all taken into custody thursday and state through intimidationthey@were l apart of a nearly six-week long standoff at an wild-life refuge that started as a protest over public land use. the f-b-i says no one was injured and no shots were fird. final weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- the regional satellite/radar is featuring clearing skies
thanks justin. good morning. it is friday, february 12th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." hillary clininn and bernie sanders battle for the minority vote in a heated debate. republicans sharpen their attacks before tomorrow's face-off. donald trump says the pope does nototnderstand america's immigration issue. we're in mexico ahead of the pontiff's visit. and controversy crashing a massive surf competition. why no women are paddling into these waves. >but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> the kind of criticism that we heard from senator sanders about our president, i expectt from republicans. >> that is a low blow. >> democrats square off over