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your between 8:00 and 10:00 tonight but the further east ticket -- the further east ago the weaker they get. come morning these guys are starting to clear in our northern and western counties and tomorrow the dry air should settle over the top of us and we'll get plenty of afternoon sunshine. the dew points are down in the 40s and northwestern iowa, that is the dryer though bring a sunshine comfortable conditions tomorrow with afternoon highs at about developing right now investigators have released the name of a man shot and killed by two cedar rapids police officers. that responded to a domestic dispute at the valley high apartments on edgewood road northwest the last night. that is with the officers found a woman suffering from multiple stab wounds. they believe 25-year-old markell bivins was the suspect. the -- two officers shot bivens
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released. bivens was taken to a local hospital where he died overnight. the woman who was stabbed it is expected to recover. cps to news is released -- will not release any. stuck the first round of testimony is wrapped up in the trial of david miller. spy case accused of straggling in strangling his girlfriend of last year. today jurors got a glimpse of what authority sauntering their investigation break cbs two news reporter dora miller was dashcam video of miller walking down a highway waiting down motorist in just his boxers particular good some video we saw today. troopers testified he had blood in scratches all over his arms and i cut on top of his head. they found a gash on his hand that matched the description of someone who had stolen a truck earlier but when he was asked about his injuries he said he got them from a game of war he
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the woods. spec i told him i would not believe the story that he had given and he tell me to right him a script. he began to confirm my assumption that he was reaching for a story. you scrambling to give us something, anything to cover something up. he was being evasive. drugs or alcohol at the time he was taken into custody. you was responsive and stood by his story. tomorrow we are from some of the troopers who found the body and assess the crime scene. if you'd drive on highway 13 and northern lane county will soon have to find a different route. starting monday lasting for a week the busy highway will be
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railroad crossing. disclosure will have a major impact on traffic in the area creating a 25 mile detour. signs will be posted. highway 13 is expected to reopen by september 24. to see the full detour log onto our website. donald trump picked up another trip to iowa a few hours ago. his there since becoming the republican nominee. cbs2 news reporter kicks off our 2016 team coverage without tromp tailored his trump tailored his message to iowa voters. iowa's farmland to the west - trump talked about issues closest to this crowds. he cites stats showing more americans are out of work, the national debt is growing -- letting him talk about how he's running to reverse those trends - and bring prosperity back to all americans - especially what he called the backbone of the united states - family farms.
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intrusions into your family homes and farms we are going to protect the rfs, corn based ethanol - eliminate job killing regulations like the waters of the us rule. and provide desperately needed tax " relief."
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crowd at trump's rally - and they aren't happy with what they heard. cbs 2 news statehouse reporter steffi lee leecontinues our live team coverage with the response from iowa democrats. the hillary clinton campaign here in iowa and her supporters say donald trump's hateful rhetoric provides a vision that will drive america backwards -- especially for millennials.and before trump spoke -- they made that message clear. clear.the clinton campaign held a press conference with several college students - includg college and young democrats and the nation's youngest democratic national committee delegates.monica reyes is outspoken in iowa as an undocumented student -- she's also the co founder of dream iowa -- an organization to help students like her.she says trump's stances on immigration has had a chilling effect on her family members. my seven year old naturally born us citizen sister actually fears when donald trump is ever on tv -- she actually says you know, why is
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that he says at the things that he does? does?trump's speech today was similar to many of his other speeches -- saying he wants to build a wall and it's up to mexico to pay for it.steffi lee, cbs 2 news. cbs 2 news wants to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. we have reached out to both candidates to participate in extended interviews not only with our station but our sister stations across the country. country.we w you. what would you ask donald trump and hillary clinton? please share your thoughts. we want to give you a voice in this historic and important race for the white house, sometimes people making a quick trip through the corridor need a place to stay and look to sites like craigslist and air b-n-b. cbs 2 news reporter mellaney moore explains explainsthose short-term rentals are up for discussion tonight in coralville. tonight the coralville city council could amend an
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rent out their living spaces. the city administrator says it's about safety and responsibility. if someone is looking to rent out their coralville home for less than 31 days, officials say there are things they need to consider.kelly hayworth coralville city administrator 23:28:14 they would have to be doing a rental permit, which means they would also be inspected, just like any other rental property would be and they will also need to be in the residence renting it out.hayworth says research shows about 60 short-term rentals in the iowa city, coralville area.kelly hayworth coralville city administrator24:30:06 we've heard from neighbors over the last year complaining about noise, parking issues, parties that would go until 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning.hayworth says the city hoped the issues could be resolved, but more complaints came in.he says that's the main concern.the city is in the process right now of adding five hotels.
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>> reporter: the city is hoping the issues can be resolved but more issues came in. that is the main concern. the cities in the process of adding five hotels. >> it is not like it is a major issue that we do not have rooms available, it is a different type of rental and some people prefer to be in a home.>> reporter: the more the city looked into it the more they found the state has its own rules to. >> is a state requirement that if you rent under 31 days you have to have a sales tax permit and you have to charge hotel/motel stat -- reporter: it is okay as long as people follow the rules. >> these are the requirements of just remind them that we need to abide by these and hopefully we will not have a huge enforcement issue.>> reporter: the second and third readings, they are. this could be enforced after
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school district are casting ballots right now in a special election. they are designed to fit of a $2.5 million bond issue. you be used to repair and next on cbs 2 news - boldy going where no one else could.the new exhibit beaming the university of iowa into space history. history. the older we get,
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ns like rod blum keep voting to raise social security's retirement age to 70, it's time to pay attention. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum even supports cutting social security benefits. that's a plan for our seniors that doesn't add up for iowa. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this message.
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then windmills went away, but the wind remained. sley thought it was time to bring the windmill back. without the grassley legislation, and his effective leadership, the wind energy industry would not have succeeded. now, more than thirty one percent of all the electricity in iowa comes from wind. these turbines don't just produce clean energy, they produce jobs. six thousand in iowa alone. google, facebook, microsoft and good paying manufacturing jobs iowa produces more of its energy from wind than any other state. it started with a simple idea and the renowned work ethic of one senator. senator grassley is literally the father of the modern wind industry. grassley works.
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he once thought were long gone. gone.the heart-warming act from a fellow veteran that helped bring them back together.that's tomorrow -- on a new exhibit at the university of iowa's old capital museum is out of this wd worldcbs 2 news reporter joe huisinga gives us a look a new exhibit at the university of iowa old capital museum is out of this world.>> here's a look and listen to the history and space.>> we think of iowa you probably do not think of space exploration by the hoping of augustus hawkeyes in space to more than 200 people. is when the old capital museum's biggest openings ever in the interest was well-earned. >> people may not be aware of the impact that the early years of the university of iowa had on the whole field of space exploration.>> reporter: they where there on the ground floor with explorer one.
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to carry a scientific instrument and it is one that allen built at the university. >> reporter: starting with the life and work of doctor -- dr. james allen university was launched into the final frontier.>> event type at the stanford so it or the hawkeye satellite. there is a hawkeye satellite that one up into space. >> reporter: it is more than a story of science. >> one of the biggest things we included as many images of people as possible because there have been thousands of people working on these.>> one of my favorites is voyager. it literally wrote the textbook on jupiter, saturn, neptune.>> reporter: most recently the probe juneau made its orbit. >> we made our first close flyby, flew over the rightist auroras in the solar system.>> reporter: it is a continuing legend. >> this exhibit is an opportunity to tell the story
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beyond. took the exhibit is in the basin of the old capital museum and it will be open until may. lots of clouds in our skies around eastern iowa. here and there may be a few sprinkles of rain but for the moment most of the heavier showers out to the west of us. if you are expected to move in late on this mph the temperature in cedar rapids is at 68 degrees, down from yesterday from when we reached up to 82. is our current temperatures most of our northern and central counties are in the mid and upper 60s but still a little bit warmer closer to affronting our southeastern counties where iowa city right now is that 73. as we go to the satellite imagery can see low pressure now working its way slowly northeast grasp northeastern missouri. attached alyssa corfont that
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area. one more piece of energy behind his finesse that comes across eastern iowa it will likely spark a few more scattered showers this evening but nothing heavy expected out at that. last night in general rain totals around eastern iowa relatively light but there was a little corner bring that ran northwest of cedar rapids to about to puke with there were hefty amounts. centerpoint with 1 inch, cascade had three quarters of an inch. waterloo 1407 inch in cedar rapids barely 10th of an inch offi in the south side of temper begin the band was very narrow. you can see was about 50 miles wide and extended from dubuque back down toward cascade and to cedar rapids. the rest of the area substantially as dish substantially less with the rainfall totals. a pretty quite seen in eastern iowa but a few showers are starting to show up in central
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can over the overnight hours but it could pretty easily stipulate showers especially in our central and southern counties between now and midnight. our predictor you can see our front is expected to work its way onto the southeast as we go through the nighttime hours in toward morning we are starting to give it of the clouds is drier air comes in. we got high pressure rovers tomorrow afternoon. plenty of sunshine around here and a comfortable day. high temperatures are expected to be back in the upper 60s to lower 70s tomorrow afternoon in the in the 60s tonight are expected to go well into the 50s so much drier air will be established across the upper midwest producing a find a frustum on that will last into thursday as well. on our predictor after midnight we see the clearing moving into our northern counties by 6:00 i am and that will spread southeast and during the afternoon tomorrow lots of sunshine around eastern iowa.
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the far northwest workers to the mid-50s in the southeast where the clouds hang on longer. for tomorrow becoming mostly sunny and pleasant afternoon highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s in your extended forecast has another excellent day for thursday. rain still expected on friday but it is gone for saturday and sunday in the temperatures look nice with highs expected to be around 75 to 74 degrees. as you can see now extended forecast by tuesday have our next chance of precipitation with a high expected to be near sportsiowa's next opponent -- not your ordinary f-c-s team -- why n-d-s-u has the hawkeyes full attention -- next on cbs 2. 2. from the terrorism alert desk in washington, i'm michele marsh. german police have arrsted
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from the terrorism alert desk i'm german police have arrested three isis members possibly connected to last november's attacks appears. ably the three came to germany to carry out a planned attack for the crew. the fever brought into the country by the same network that smuggled militants into france to carry out those attacks. us military flexing its muscle on the korean peninsula. two us bombers flew over south korea on tuesday. the aircraft where sent as a show of force intended to warn north korea after its recent nuclear tests. the bombers flew 75 miles from the border with north korea. the bodies of three americans who died fighting isis as volunteers for a kurdish
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: "if you look at their team right now, they don't have a guy in their program that hasn't been have great belief in what they do, and for good reason." if you look at the team right now we do not have a guy in the program that is pushed that has not been in a championship.>> high praise from this is but and dsu is not your ordinary scs team. the bisons have won five straight national championships. north dakota state has i was full attention.
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blowout. hog fans should change the expectations for this weekend because north dakota state is no ordinary scs team in the hawkeyes will have them i cancel.>> some guys think scs is a pushover and that is not the case. they come off the ball and they will try to it in the mountain reminds me of wisconsin, michigan stay. >> they play hard and physical. compete with a lot of f-b-s schools - and they're ready to come in here and compete with us the bison have five straight wins over f-b-s teams - but what impresses iowa the most - is their championship pedigree you can't ignore that or deny there championship pedigree. >> you cannot try to ignore that or deny. to have a good program. we have to respect what they do. they are a great team. we have to be ready like any
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win number three looks like will be the toughest one yet.>> will be our best test the season. we have respect for them and we know we have to bring our best.>> reporter: at this game is close at the end the bisons may have the edge. table and both of them i games in overtime white iowa has not felt at the season.>> this saturday marks the panthers i has grown up with eastern washington. the eagles can light up the scoreboard. into my games are averaging 45 points in over 580 yards of "you hope that you don't get in that position, but if it comes to it you have to match it. so the game will play out like it did last week... we thought they were going to get a bunch of points last week, it didn't turn out that way and we thought we were going
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out that way so it will all play out... you know it might be a slug fest, it might be a score fest. i just hope that in the end of the day in the 4th quarter we are in position to make the play." i hope at the end of the day in the fourth quarter, we are in the position to make the play. >> iowa state on the road.
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gallagher: this type of disaster hits, it's like, "man, what do we do? where do we start?" after the flood, when we came in here, there was nothing left. there's no way we're gonna do this ourselves. people like monica vernon really fought to get the assistance that led to the recovery. it took vision. it took courage. there is a true community spirit. i don't think she asked anybody after the flood whether they were democrat or republican.
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vernon: i'm monica vernon, and i approve this message. a sprinkle our brief shower
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tomorrow where back in centered in the afternoon with a high 71, nice and dry air and light winds. it should be a beautiful day. thank you for watching.>> enjoy your evening.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together.
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