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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the breaking news overnight about a false alarm at a major u-s airport. the latest development the breaking news overnight about a false lamar odom at a major u.s. airport. >> the latest developments in a brutal murder trial in eastern iowa. >> the new work in cedar rapids for people who can't cover the cost themselves. welcome a live look at i 380 and u.s. 30 south as the
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un. still headlights on i 380 but traffic looking good so far. welcome to cbs2 this morning. i'm kevin barry. >> justin roberts how's it looking. clouds, mix of sun and clouds, through the day. scattered shower and thunderstorms move back in this afternoon and evening. our temperatures in the upper 60s. that's kind of where stayed parked as of late and that's, of course, the dewpoint is in those upper 60s so the temp won't get any lower. we are seeing cloud cover. 6degrees in eastern iowa airport. here at broadcast park we are at 69 degrees in the corner of collins and sea avenue. there is a little reduced visibility far eastern iowa around jones and b dubuque as well as the scott and
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77 in oelwein. six in waterloo. 70 iowa city. winds south and easterly 5-10 through the day today. local radar and satellite, a little light moisture north of tama up towards southern groundy county. here's the state wide pictures. a lot of humidity today. one of the by products will be popup shower and storm chances. 83degrees, partly sunny patchy fog this morning. clouds build into the later we'll talk about it with predictor and let you know about the chance for heavy rains coming up in about 10 minutes time. new this morning, a false alarm in lax send hundreds running for cover overnight. following reports of an active shooter. >> but police say no gunman was found and no shots fired. now, officials say the false reports started with loud noises and they're still trying to figure out what
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seen running from the airport and flights were grounded. also new this morning officials in brussels saying a reported explosion outside the criminology institute was likely an attempt to destroy evidence.right now - 5 people are being questioned - no one was injured.the country has been on high alert since last march when terrorists killed 32 people in attacks at an airport and subway. a dubuque man who is the suspect in a brutal sexual assa killinghas just been transferred to a facility in the corridor for a psychiatric . evaluation.two months ago, a judge decided helmon betwell wasn't competent to stand trial in the murder of 66-year-old nancy krapfl.court documents show he told police he did it because he had nothing better to do and the victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time. time.betwell is now at the iowa medical and classification center in coralville.state officials say the facility only has 18 beds - and a waiting list with 11
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two months is fairly normal. right now -- iowa is trying to figure out why so many released inmates become repeat offenders.new information from the department of corrections shows an increase in inmates going back to prison.the study tracked offenders let go from work release and prison who ended up back behind bars within three years.that number has increased -- and last year -- about 15-hundered inmates returned. nearly 10-percent of eastern iowans are uninsured - leaving more than 10-thousand cedar ra healthcare.that could soon change as a new initiative is unveiled.the name of the program is cr care-a-van.its goal is to help the homeless and uninsured in cedar rapids get the proper healthcare they need.it starts with giving away basic needs. "if i bring somebody some deodorant or toothpaste or bandaids or a hat or gloves, then hopefully they'll allow me to engage them in conversation and in the conversation, i can help link them with community resources." resources."the program will begin november first - and
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incorporating healthcare professionals and social workers. in the meantime the c-r care-a-van plans to continue to meet basic needs for people in the corridor. the longterm goal is to work with medical professionals social workers and universities to better understand the homeless population and how those people can be helped.you can understand the homeless population and how those people can be helped. you can find out mr. about the plans on our website cbs2iowa.com. the former democratic candidate for president was this time, though, it was for democrats in iowa at the progress iowa corn feed. former maryland governor martin sot: martin o'malley: 01:22:10:21 "the truth is - from the first days of his campaign he's tried to set >> truth is, from the first days of this campaign he's tried to set himself up as the guy who talks about americas a country that's
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you know, his appeal says demeaning things about variouseth fic groups or people because of their religious background. >> had speeches from all candidates vying for a spot in congress. monica vernon praised ash ton coucher's message when he stumped for hillary clinton in cedar rapids the day before. >> iowans we're not the kind of people that kick people when they're down. we're the kind of people that take care of they're down. that's why i'm running for cong" congress."other candidates -- and that's why i'm running for congress. >> other candidates like senate candidate patty judge spoke at that event. >> iowa's republicans met this weekends in the state capital. senator ernst led around 400 people on a 42 mile motorcycle ride around des moines.
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it was headlined by donald trump. so meanwhile the republican nominee says he'll give a speech this wednesday on illegal immigration in arizona. trump's position on whether or not to desport the estimated 11 million immigrants in the u.s. illegally has been unclear in the past week. he recently said at a rally his position can be softening. he's also set to spend $10 million on commercials in the next week or s in nine important swing states. our mission at cbs2 is to connect th candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. >> we reached out to the candidates and their campaigns to participate in extended interviews not only with our station, but with our sister stations across the know from the candidates. please share your thoughts with us by email or facebook. right now - south florida is bracing for possible flooding. flooding.a tropical storm is churning off the coast - threatening the southern part of the state with several days of heavy rain.the storm was last tracked 60 miles south of key west - and is heading
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another storm - hurricane gaston is getting stronger but forecasters say it doesn't pose any threat to land. a bus carrying flood recovery workers from new orleans to baton rouge crashed into a fire truck and three other vehicles yesterday.two people were killed and nearly 40 others injured.state police say the bus driver was a 37-year-old honduran man who'd entered the u-s illegally.he's expected to be charged with two counts of negligent homicide. cbs 2 news has been tracking th becoming a police officer in eastern iowa.many police stations say they're getting fewer recruits to join the force -- and that's happening around the nation too. too.police in san jose, california are working around the clock -- forcing some officers to sleep in r-vs near the station.they say over time is mandatory and they can't drive all the way home to sleep and return on time.the department says there are too many shifts and not enough officers.
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they should be waking up and seeing their kids and seeing the family. and that's not happening. and it's not happening because we are absolutely at an emergency state when it comes to staffing" staffing."city leaders in san jose call it a growing crisis. some officers are working 17- hour days.right now they're trying to push a proposal to hire more people. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the best ways to mak kids aren't hurting themselves heading to school. school.in your cbs 2 weather
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led lines away start with a partly sunny sky out there. some areas of fog this morning. most of that out of forecast by 9:00. it is muggy today, highs in the mid-80s and we do have a high humidity factor so you'll notice the moisture as you step outside this morning. and some later storms in the afternoon but more so in the iv continuing through the overnight hours. here's the hour by hour numbers. 76 at 10:00. 79 around lunchtime and high of 83 this afternoon. with some scattered showers and thunderstorm chances. >> when it's not raining we'll see the mix of sun and clouds. right now in cedar rapids a steamy start to the day. 68degrees wins are calm and humidity is rather high. 100%.
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oelwein the same. 64 in waterloo. around the state of iowa. 82 in des moines and fort dodge. 83 in spencer. 85 cedar rapids. mid-80s around burlington. we do have a cold front that's moving through the midwest here and that frontal boundary is what will kick off scattered showers and thunderstorms. that's going to continues to sag to the south. we are seeing some scattered show twin cities this morning we're seeing more scattered showers around nebraska. here's a little wider view and there's the main focal point of our weather week ahead with this area of low pressure and some of those scattered showers. we're watching scattered shower and thunderstorms down to the south and west but those shouldn't be a factor for us through the next couple days. so as this front moves on through, behind it the winds are out of the north and west. that's where they'll come from through the day tomorrow.
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now, to say drier means not as muggy. but we'll still have scattered showers. moisture moves out and high pressure settings in great weather for wednesday through saturday. four days in a row. here's predictser and by 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon i suspect we'll have popup shower and thunderstorm chances. some of the strongest of witch would be here by 5:00 or 6:00 talk about. biggest threat will be periods of have rain as the humidity continues to build. tomorrow morning, a little break here and there and we'll keep scattered showers around lieu lunchtime on tuesday. most of the moisture moves out tuesday afternoon. skies clear tuesday night into wednesday. low 80s in the north. low to mid-80s in south. partly cloudy and muggy with stray storms, southeast wind today at 5-10. better chance of storms this evening with clouds storms and
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tomorrow's forecast, upper 70s, lower 80s. cloudy skies. storms army part of the day. we are cooling and clearing through the afternoon. here's your extended forecast. 63 with a clearing sky tuesday night. upper 70s wednesday. thursday, and friday, we're finding temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s. should be a fantastic day weather you're going down to fryfest or whatever you have planned for friday. friday night football looks great, as well. saturday perfect for opener for the hawkeyes and cyclones, you'll be dealing with a little bit of rain in ames saturday evening but not a huge chance. better night overnight saturday into sunday. >> full details at cbs2iowa.com. there is a lot mr. to backpacks than some parents may think. >> as many eastern iowa students are bowe bergdahl in school for a second week doctors warrant families to think about the children's backpack. >> yeah, kenneth craig explains
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their children's back. >> reporter: 9-year-old jackson montgomery is getting ready to start fifth grade with a new backpack. his father was concerned about picking the right one. >> there's no doubt, you know, once you put in even just the lunch things and all the other things you know, not even talk about heavy books they're carrying a decent amount of weight. >> reporter: this one is designed to carry more weight and evenly distributed it has more traps and come parts. 5400 kids are treated each year for backpack injuries. many sprains and strains to the shoulder or lower back. avoid messenger bags use a bag with two wide padded straps and make sure the bag is not too heavy. >> take the child's weight and do around 10% or even less if you can but usually hard. as a good approximation. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics also suggests adjusting the backpack heavy items try to center the
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lower backpack to sort of distribute the weight.. jackson says he loves his new backpack...(sot jackson montgomery, 9 years old, 5th grader)it kinda helps me in school with those big books you carry back and forth.. and he's using one that he and his dad feel good about. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. kids who have to carry a lot of books might want to consider a backpack that rolls. but remember - they'll still have to carry them up and down stairs stairs it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.coming up next...the latest way science is fighting back against the zika virus. coming up next on cbs2 the latest way science is fighting
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researchers believe they could have a key tool in battling the welcome want research believe they could have a new key tool in battling the zika virus. they're now using special mosquitoes in california to stop the disease. >> reporter: mosquito control teams in this california neighborhood are trying a new tactic to battle the bugs that carry the zika virus. . >> it is a vector of some very serious diseases historically yellow fever and now more recently zika virus. >> reporter: scientists are
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of scientifically altered male mosquitoes to mate with females which can carry the zika virus. the altered males carry a bacteria witch prevents the females from reproducing. the females art only ones who bite people and spread disease. >> so the eggs are not viable. they won't hatch. >> reporter: a lab in kentucky injected the male mosquitoes with the bacteria and shipped them to california. >> are these all the same species? >> these are. >> reporter: researches expect the mosquito population will mosquitoes strategically against zika if it appears. >> maybe you start to see disease transmission in a certain area. you can go to that area and release the mosquitoes. thousands more altered mosquitoes left to deploy. chris martinez, cbs news, clovis, california fresno county's mosquito control is so far the only program in the nation to use modified mosquitoes from the species that carries the zika v.
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likely see the altered bugs >> that's really interesting if the project is successful they say we'll likely see the altered bugs used in florida. >> i've never known how much i'm didn't want to be round a little tube worth of mosquitoes until we saw that piece. but it's interesting technology and kind of a unique way to fight back. yeah, it's 6:22, 69 degrees in riverside. >> still to come, the latest information about how concussions get progressively dangerous. >> mother nature says a little bit the day today. take a look at the bus stop forecast. we'll have some partly cloudy skies, little patchy fog and 69 degrees. we will also have 100% chance
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e. just about 6:25 we have a
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towards the east. right now cedar rapids, 68. 70 down in iowa city. dubuque, they have 65 degrees. clouds, northeast winds at 3. and way up north, 64 degrees them mostly clear skies southeast winds at 3 this hour. here's your bus stop forecast. then we'll jump right into the 7 day. 72, some patchy fog this morning apps the kids get dropped off to recess time will feature mix of sun and clouds, 79. about 83 degrees today as we pick the kids up from school. there are going to be a few scattered shower and thunderstorm chances this afternoon. 67 better chance of rain tonight. 80 tomorrow after some morning storms. we will do some clearing in the afternoon. 78 wednesday. smooth sailing upper 70s for thursday, friday and saturday. just an itty bite rain chance for saturday evening. better chances late overnight and through the morning sunday
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we're take like at some of eastern iowa's top stories. crews will begin the final stage of construction this season on first avenue in cedar rapids. today crews will start to mill down old pavement and apply the first layer of asphalt. there will be one lane of traffic in each direction. drivers will also be restricted on where they can turn left on this stretch of road so finding an alternate route is advised. project is expected to be finished by octobe the iowa utilities board approved the largest wind energy project. the des moines based mid- american energies behind the $3.6 billion wind turbine operation plan. it will generate 520,000 homes with of energy. the stadium came alive with the first ever concert. several stars there to perform but the highlight was a
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thomas rhett was performing and called on a friend to help him. and out walked ashton kutcher. >> he took over sing the song and they brought out two beers on stage as well. they chugged them together. the continues earth was a fundraiser for the nonprofit native fund that benefits iowans in need. he's a fative of eastern iowa. 30 of this was the rhett's facebook page. coucher was wearing an iowa t- shirt and baseball cap. >> he can carry a tune. it's 6:27 right now. >> that's a great way to put it. >> in riverside, 69 degrees outside. coming up after the break the
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washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken. why are you leading all the obstruction? if you get your way and defund planned parenthood, where am i going to get my cancer screenings? if i'm paying more for medicine because your medicare plan passes, how do i afford that? are you even listening? i approved this message because, chuck,
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the cedar rapids group fighting back to end violence while right now on cbs2 the cedar rapids group fighting back to end violence while kids are going back to school. >> the developing story after an nba star's relative is shot and killed in chicago. >> but first amendment battle happening atle of the of iowa right now. welcome to cbs2 this morning. here's a live look at i 3808 965. everyone out and about this d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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violence has claimed too many
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group wants it to stop. stop.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in cedar rapids to explain how they hope to make that happen. happen.good morning guys, i'm here at redmond park where the cedar rapids group stop the violence held a back to school . bash.several families came out stop the violence came to throw the back to school event yesterday. several families came out. and the group provided food, music and activities for the kids. and the cedar rapids police spend some time with families, organizers saying creating a positive environment will keep kids from getting watching and that want to be role models for them just in case they don't have that person to talk to that support. organizers donated food, clothing and school supplies to help with those back to school expenses. expenses.covering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie
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a man is now charged with murder in the stabbing deaths deathsof two rural nuns - who also worked as nurses in the poorest county in mississippi. mississippi.investigators say 46-year-old rodney sanders confessed to the crimes.a motive has yet to be released. today - mass will be held in jackson in honor of sisters paula merrill and margaret held.last night - hundreds came to a small church to say goodbye to the two victims. right now -- two brothers are in jail -- accused of killing an n-b-a 26-year-old darwin sorrells junior and his 22-year-old brother derren with first degree murder.authorities say the men shot nykea aldridgein the head and arm when they fired at someone else. aldridge is n-b-a star dwayne wade's cousin -- and she was on her way to register her children for school.the baby she had with her was unharmed. police say both men have criminal records and gang affiliations. "it should tell you to stop
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offenders. i'm frustrated, you should be frustrated. all of chicago should be frustrated. the answer is right in front of us. we just need to decide whether we want to make it happen." happen."there was a vigil sunday in chicago for aldridge. friends and family say they'll remember her as someone they could trust. rescue efforts continue this morning - in italy.workers are still looking to recover bodies the rubble of last week's devastating earthquake that hit central italy.the 6-point-2 quake has killed at least 290 people, but that number could still rise.hopes of finding any more survivors are fading as each day passes. the university of iowa is changing its policy for using side-walk chalk on campus. campus.that comes after the art-work from a pro-life group in april was washed away.now -- students can only use the chalk for writing an events time -- title -- location and
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for life drew more than three- thousand hearts on university sidewalks for the number of abortions performed every day in the u-s.the hearts were power-washed -- leaving questions about why other chalk messages could stay. the iowa city press citizen is reporting that a judge has ruled the university of iowa can terminate the employment of longtime athletic department official jane meyer. she's worked for the university since 2001 but will lose her job on september 9th. meyer's attorney an injunction to prevent the firing.she filed a discrimination lawsuit after she says she was moved to a less important position a week after telling athletics director gary barta about an alleged pattern of wage, sexual orientation, and gender discrimination. the school said meyer was moved out of the athletic department because her partner tracey griesbaum, intended to sue for discrimination. griesbaum is a former hawkeyes field hockey coach who was fired in 20-14. a new report on concussions
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a teen athlete receives one doubles the recovery time.it can also lead to worse short-term mental functions. functions.the study was small -- with 69 teens at the university of pittsburgh medical center concussion clinic.it's the first study that compares recovery outcomes for athletes removed from a game to players left in the game. a southwest airlines flight safely made an emergency landing this weekend - after one of it's engines blew out. out.the flight was heading to orlando from new orleans when it was diverted to pensacola on saturday.the engine failure caused the cabin to lose pressure- forcing everyone to use oxygen masks.104 passengers and crew members were on board. "it was shaking at first right afterwards, and that sound... it just like blew. and then there was that rattling right after it, then we.. it shook a lot when we were landing, other than that... god's good."
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boeing 7-3-7 still landed safely and no one was injured. federal investigators are still looking into what went wrong with the engine. in scotland - two united airline pilots were arrested over the weekend - just moments before their flight. they're accused of fueling up on alcohol right before they were set to fly 141 passengers to newark, new jersey.the two pilots are expected to be arraigned today in glasgow.the flight was delayed for 10 hours while united looked for in anamosa -- pooches spent their sunday afternoon dog- paddling at the local swimming pool.more than one hundred pups attended this pool party for just five dollars each. it's one of the many fundraisers throughout the year for the animal welfare foundation of iowa.this is the fifth year and all the money raised goes to a new shelter that's being built right now near monticello. "we're just really excited, for the last ten plus years everybody has been doing this out of their homes. they've been fostering the animals and
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exciting to have a shelter." shelter."sunday's event raised 881 dollars for the new facility.an open house is planned for october. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.there's still more cbs 2 this morning to come.but first let's take a look at what we're working on for fox 28 morning live. live.a wedding among chaos in italy - how one couple said their vows despite destruction. and in the philippines - the awood ag among chaos how one couple said their vows despite youngest victim yet in the philippines. >> kind of a muggy start to our week but it end with a very fall feel as our temperatures slowly cool. take a look at what's ahead today, tonight and tomorrow. wee by the of rain. 80s tomorrow with thunderstorms in the morning. we'll have the full weather
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partly sunny this morning and midday we are muggy, though. so we'll bear that in mind and the bottom line chance for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. more so in the evening and overnight. 79degrees at lunchtime. 83 the top temperature for this monday. last monday in august. and then we find more of the scattered showers this evening and overnight. there's the sunshine trying to break through the cloud cover this morning. as we peek out the door, we' the winds are calm, humidity's at 100%. 66 the temperature in oelwein. 67 in dubuque. 70 iowa city. 68 in washington. temperatures on the board we see 64 in fort dodge. 73 in des moines. the warmest part other day today probably around 3:00 and 5:00. we'll get to 82 degrees in des moines. we'll get to 79 in dubuque.
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and radar little bit of moisture moving into the forecast. cloud in sunday grundy county. this is the driver of the forecast. as that front moves south, cooler air will settle on in but it does kick off the instability and scattered showers and storms. so we'll keep those around through tuesday. by tuesday night, that big blue h right there is moving in. that's high pressure and that will move in and midweek and end of the week dandy. there are the storm chances moving in. more so into the evening and overnight. these are riding along the cold front. we'll keep the rain around until that frontal boundary passes through tuesday afternoon. and when it moves to the south the rain will move out along with it, too. today partly cloudy is what we'll call it.
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30% chance of showers for the daytime. low 80s in the north. low to almost mid-80s in the south. tonight's forecast, mid- to upper 60s. a cloudy and muggy night. scattered storms, southeast winds at 4-8 miles per hour with the 60s on the board. tomorrow upper 70 us to the lower 80s. we'll see that cold front creeping from the north to the south. we'll see winds out other knot and west at 5-10. mainly cloudy skies extended forecast clears us out tomorrow evening 63. upper 70s for the day wednesday. should be a dandy of a day. thursday t friday, sunshine, mid- to upper 70s. overnight lows in the mid- to upper 50s. saturday is a dry one but scattered shower chances move in saturday later evening into the overnight. we're down to 62. we'll keep some storms around for sunday morning with a high of 80 and our low sunday night to the mid-60s.
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weather to come mid- to upper 80s monday. mid-80s tuesday. and upper 80s next wednesday. full weather details as you make plans today and tonight. cbs2iowa.com. here's a look at some of the top stories this monday morning. police are still looking for two people who rocked a marion gas station. officers were called to the fast few el on 8th avenue friday morning. police say this man in the surveillance picture displayed a knife and demanded cash and cigarettes om nobody was injured. police are still trying to identify this woman, they say she was in the store just before the robbery. if you know either of these two people you're asked to call marion police. right now two open spots on the human rights commission in iowa city. the group works to educate, plan activities and programs and fight against discrimination. they meet once a month too. apply for a three year term you must be 18 years old. search this story on our
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hawkeyes open up the 2016 football season, catch up in our premiere on eye on the hawks. cbs2 sports will take a closer look at their week one opponent miami of ohio. the new program airs every thursday throughout football degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important stories for your monday morning. coming up on "look! famous people!" we catch flo, the progressive girl, at the supermarket buying cheese. scandal alert! flo likes dairy?! woman: busted! [ laughter ] right afterwards we caught her riding shotgun with a mystery man. oh, yeah! [ indistinct shouting ] is this your chauffeur? what?! no, i was just showing him how easy it is to save with snapshot from progressive. you just plug it in and it gives you a rate based on your driving.
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? welcome back. here's a look at temperatures outside right now. 68 in cedar rapids. 67 in waterloo. 65 in dubuque. 64 in decorah. >> . let's see what that means for your morning commute.
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at jasper avenue. traffic moving well. as the sun comes up it looks pretty nice out, as well. new this morning a false alarm at lax sent hundred running for cover overnight following reports of an active shooter at the busy airport. >> but police say there was no gunman found add no shots fired. they say the false report started with loud noises and they're still trying to figure out what caused them. >> after of reports people were seen and flights were grounded. officials in brussels are saying a reported explosion outside a belgian criminology institute is most likely an arson attack on a crime lab, not terrorism. well belle january media is reporting that it was likely an attempt to destroy evidence. right now five people are being questioned. nobody was hurt. the country has been on high alert since march when terrorists killed 32 people in attacks at an airport and subway. iowa is trying to figure
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inmates become repeat offenders. new information from the department of corrections shows an increase in inmates going back to prison. the study tracked offenders let go from work release and prison who ended up back behind bars within three years. that number has increased and last year about 1500 inmates returned. nearly 10% of eastern iowans are uninsured leaving more than 10,000 people without proper health care. that could change as a new initiative is unveiled. the na care a van. the goal to help the homeless and uninsured get the proper health care they need. it starts worth giving away basic needs. >> if i bring somebody some deodorant or toothpaste or band aids or a hat or gloves hopefully they'll allow me to engage them in conversation. i can help link them with community resources. >> the program will begin november 1st and will expand in
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in the meantime, the cr care a van intends to meet basic needs. the long-term goal to work with medical professionals, social workers and universities to better understand the homeless population and how people can be helped. you can find out more about the plans on our website cbs2iowa.com. the former democratic candidate for president was back stumping in iowa, again, sunday. this time it was for democrats up and down the ticket at the progress iowa corn former maryland governor martin o'malley slammed the governor for closing the mental health facilities. he also criticized donald campaign he's tried to set himself up as the guy who talks about america as a country that is primarily for white people. his appeal - his nativist appeal - he says demeaning things about various ethnic groups and people because of their religious back" background."the second annual
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had speeches from all candidates vying for a spot in congress this november.first congressional district candidates vying for spots in congress in november. monica vernon praised ash ton coucher's message. >> we're not the people that kick people when they're down. we're the kind of people that take care of people when they're down. we-them. he said you know, i'm all about doing the right thing. that's why congress. >> other candidates, patty judge also spoke at that event. iowa's republicans met this weekend in the state capital at senator joni ernst roast and ride. she led 400 people on a 42 mile motorcycle ride. top state republicans like the governor, steve king, rod blum and chuck grassley all attend the. illegal immigration in arizona.
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whether or not to deport the estimated 11 million immigrants in the u-s illegally has been unclear in the past week.he recently said at a rally his position could be softening..trump also is set to spend 10 million dollars on commercials in the next week or so in nine important swing states - including here in iowa. our mission at cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential important swing states including iowa. our mission is to connect the presidential candidates to better inform and empower you. we reached in extended interviews with our station and sis ser stations across the country. -- sister stations across the country. share your thoughts with us by e-mail or facebook. right now south florida bracing for possible flooding. >> a possible storm threatening the southern part of the state. the storm was last tracked 60 miles south of key west and is heading toward the gulf of mexico. another storm, hurricane gaston
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forecasters say it doesn't pose any threat to land. 6:52 on monday morning. 69degrees. >> en we come -- when we come back we'll take a look at the top three stories you're need few know about on this monday -- you need to know about on this monday. t karma a" "just wanna see if my score changed..you wanna check yours?" "scores don't change that much. i haven't changed." "oh really?" "it's girls'night. ah huh." "they said business casual." "i love summer weddings!" "oh no." "yeah, maybe it is time. maybe i should check my credit score." "try credit karma. it's free." "oh woah. that's different."
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here are the three stories you need to know to start your mda monday.crews will begin the final welcome back here art top three stories to start your start to mill down old pavement and apply the first layer of new asphalt.work will take place between 33-rd and 40th street.there will be one lane of traffic in each direction.drivers are encouraged to find alternate routes if you use this road. the project is expected to finish by october. helmon betwell has just been transferred to iowa medical and classification center in
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the brutal sexual assault and murder of 66-year-old nancy krapfl.two months ago, a judge sexual assault and murder of a 66-year-old. two months ago a judge decided betwell was not competent to stand trial. court documents slow he told police he did it because he had nothing better to do. and the victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time. the facility has 18 beds so the officials say the cray is fairly normal. of the of iowa is the policy for using sidewalk chalk on campus that comes after the artwork from a pro life group in april was washed away. now, students can only use the chalk for writing and event's time, title and a name of the group. the change comes after students for life through more than 3000 hearts on university sidewalks for the number of abortions performed every day in the united states. weatherwise a little bit of haze and sunshine.
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68degrees here. 70 iowa city. 68 in walter loo. 66 dubuque. here's doppler radar a little bit of light rain around tama county. back towards riverside washington. some thunderstorms this morning down in south central iowa. being a nuisance down there. >> you can see around the
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good morning. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, august 29th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? terrified passengers run on the tarmac at false reports of an active shooter. >> donald trump says he will deliver a major speech on immigration this week, amid new confusion about his policy while his showdown with hillary clinton over race relations heats up. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick says he will continue to sit down through the national anthem. his stand has a fierce debate online and in the nfl. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."

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