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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the developing story about what led to the bombing suspect from this weekend being arrested. the important role every day citizens play keeping the united states safe. the big day of vice presidential campaigning in the hawkeye state. the big day of vice presidential campaigning from the hawk eye state.
on the northeast side of town, plenty of fog and we know this morning that the butte community school district are all delayed so far today and we also see right now that edgeward, they're high school football game starts at 6:00 tonight. the other community school districts are on a two-hour delay, looks like lutheran as well. gives you an idea of how bad that fog is outside. welcome to cbs 2. >> we're checking in with justin roberts now. more on that fog and the weather today. >> the newscast has been delayed for two hours. kidding of course, but do be careful it is cooler out there and one of the by-products of the cooler air rushing in is the fog.
look at the last few hours, we've been cool. once we turn the page into tuesday, we got down to 59 degrees and now working our way back up. here's visibility, 7-miles in waterloo, about a mile. dense fog advisory in effect until 9:00 this morning. that includ union, old wine, strawberry point as well. let's go over i-80. you find our rural skycam. 64 degrees there with reduced visibility. we're going to get to the 70s and the 80s today. 79 at lunchtime. 82 this afternoon talk about the chance of rain we missed out on yesterday and let
chances of rain coming up in ten minutes time. more details emerging about the prime suspect in this weekend's bombing in new york and new jersey. federal charges could come down. >> on monday, he was charged on the state level for attempted murder for police officers and gun-related charges he shot two officers. both are expected to survive. a bar owner found the suspect sleeping in the back of his pub. >> did you see that guy in the back. i said, yeah, look at the photo he looks exactly like this guy, but only the mustache. i recognize, he's the same guy are you sure? i said yes, call the cops
trying to figure out if he had any help in the bombings that injured 29 people. they said he made three trips to afghanistan and one trip to pakistan. they have not made links to isis or terror groups. police are looking for links responsibilty for the act - but right now authorities say they haven't found a direct link.the suspect - 20-year-old dahir adan was originally from somalia.he was shot by part time officer jason falconer - who authorities now say stopped the attack from getting worse.falconer wasn't working on saturday - he just happened to be at the right place - at the right time. iowa senator and chair of the senate judiciary committee chuck grassley wants to know more about ?both terror suspect. suspects.senator grassley told cbs 2 news he was briefed by the f-b-i on monday about ther investigations -- but he's requesting the full immigration and criminal histories of the two men. men.grassley says "these clues
insight into what led to these attacks, and may help law enforcement in its future efforts to stop terrorists from trying to wreak havoc on our country." at the iowa capitol - -governor branstad attacked president obama and his efforts to fight the war on ter. terror."this administration hasn't taken the threat of isis and islamic extremist seriously enough and that's why i think we need new leadership and we need to work in a coordinated effort to try and identify where the threats identified with isis that are a danger to the health and well being of our citizens." citizens."the governor also accused democratic nominee hillary clinton of not supporting iowa's first-in- the-nation status in the nominating process.he claims first in the nation status in the nominating process. he claims clinton was
obama. the law enforcement say tips from the community about suspicious activity can help to make communities safer. stephanie johnson live in the news room with how you can help. >> good morning. police departments say that simply being aware of your surroundings can save your life and others officers want people to report on strange or unusual about race or religion, but relates to behavior. anything from unfamiliar vehicles in your neighborhood to someone asking detailed questions about how a business works could be suspicious. if you see something, say something. >> we encourage everyone, if they have concerns or see something they deem as suspicious to contact us. >> we would rather the people
if it turns out to be something, we want trained people to deal with it. >> agencies are in constant communication about the threats your participation could be helpful to your safety. an update in orlando, a new memorial is up around the dance club where 49 people were killed earlier in the a new fence featured local artist work that honors the shooting victim. >> the u.s. justice department is now opened a civil rights investigation of the shooting of an unarmed black man. this shows the moments leading up to the shooting friday.
did not have a weapon. he was shot when he reached into his vehicle donald trump jr. is getting problem.his father is g-o-p nominee donald trump and is against letting syrian refugees into the u-s.wrigley -- the company that makes skittles -- says they don't think it's an apporpriate with less than two months left to go until november's election -- trump's running mate -- indiana governor mike pence made another stop in iowa.he campaigned in mason city and dubuque on monday -- said with the attacks in new york and new jersey -- that the leadership in washington has made the country less safe. "and i would submit to you that the weak and feckless foreign policy of barack obama and hillary clinton has emboldened our enemies and
american people." people."pence says he thinks donald trump's policies would >> he thinks that donald trump's policies would help to stop future attacks. governor pence will move onto vice presidential candidate home state of virginia. tim kaine was in iowa monday and made a stop in central iowa on the campus in aims. the state of iowa is a toss up and it will not be the white house without the vote >> you already know what you think. hillary clinton and i are with you and the other guys want to take us backward. >> he believes clinton's plan
those making less than $125,000 each year. 62 degrees in west branch. >> after the break, the unwelcomed guest at one alaskan hotel. a foggy start to the day. we will get sunshine, i promise you that. 79 at lunchtime. 82 this afternoon we're at 60s with fog this morning. forecast details and what to expect for the weekend coming up
take a peek at the numbers 67 degrees at 9:00. 79 at lunchtime and 82 is the top temperatures as we head through the day today. we'll do that with mostly sunny skies. visibility about 1/2 mile, 14-mile in cedar rapids. dealing with a dense fog advisory in effect this morning. manchester, taking time, this is what it looks like live in iowa county. that's around williamsburg, that area there. also cloudy this morning. 61 degrees, northeast winds at 6:00. 60 at cedar rapids.
spot. with low 50s in fort dodge. looking at the highs today, we'll get to the low 80s, all of this air will move our way tomorrow we see a few cloud-covered skies in the northwestern part of the state. scattered showers and thunderstorms around dakotas. an area of low pressure building down to the south and the west and comes in a warm front and that front pushes in through iowa this afternoon. we'll notice the winds turning baaing to the south, as it happens, humidity coming back up as well. dry weather today. the skies turn partly cloudy and we will find some rain chances overnight. more so through the afternoon tomorrow. we see some scattered showers
wednesday afternoon, a mix of sun and clouds and scattered shower chances those will stay with us all the way through friday morning. upper 70s to lower 80s. foggy and then sunny the winds turn southeast as the warm front moves in. tonight, warmer, mid- to upper 60s. partly cloudy sky, maybe a late shower. mild temperatures. look at the temperatures tomorrow. 87 in waterloo, cedar rapids. 91 in washington, mid-80s around the north. partly cloudy, muggy, some scattered showers and thunderstorm chances in the forecast for the midweek. we'll keep the rain thursday morning and scattered showers for the afternoon too. 81 there. 83 with morning showers for friday, saturday is dry with low 80s. sunday is soggy. upper 70s there. low 70s monday with showers out of the picture by monday
moments for the staff at one hotel in anchorage, alaska. >> a black bear walked right into the entrance. >> didn't even register. it's a guest they'll never forget. >> reporter: it was an afternoon like any other at the aviator hotel is anchorage, that's until one guest sent >> security cameras capturedded it all. >> he was looking for a way to get in. >> he goes back in and decides to take a peek in. >> a black bear, fish and game estimates weighs over 2 00 pounds, scared away the only person that could check him in. >> i think she's okay. you all
seen a bear. >> she's not a loan. a new magger from california arrived a few hours before. >> i don't think i've been bit."well he didn't stick around,a photographer captured a leisurely captured a leisurely jaunt down 4th avenue before ending up here (michael mccarty, witnessed black bear downtown) "really odd. it's not something you see in anchorage."the anchorage cemetery four blocks away(michael mccarty, witnessed black bear downtown) and hill side but not in a cemetery in downtown anchorage you just don't see that every day, not at all."back among trees, he found a spot away from the cameras, up this tree. (michael mccarty, witnessed black bear downtown)"like cameras up this tree. >> he laid down, looked like he was getting comfortable, settling for a long sleep or something. >> that nap never game. >> fish and game intervened.
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? lookerring looking at the camera. 60 degrees in cedar rapids. 49 in waterloo. for decades, coding has been (track)a new report from the american academy of pediatrics says doctors and parents should stop giving codeine to children under 18.codeine has been linked to dangerous side effects and rare deadly breathing reactions, but some
breathing reactions but some doctors still prescribe it to treat pain or cough in kids >> there's been deaths associated with codeine and children with problems with sleep apnea. >> the body turns codeine into morphine and depending on how fast the body breaks it down, some children get too much of the drug is still available in many over-the-counter medications around the state. >> reporter: the doctor was part of an fda panel last year that found no evidence that codeine works for cough and when it comes to pain, there are safer
less than codeine. >> medications over-the-counter are becoming more common. >> there were 21 deaths from codeine in children from 1965 to 2015. >> there were 60 cases of severe breathing reactions. still to come, the big request from the governor af >> we are foggy this morning we look at the graphics, that dense fog advisory through 9:00 this morning. we'll show you the visibility and look at a few visible skycams and what to expect
woman: huh. congressman blum is a tea party member. we've shut down the government before. woman: blum voted to cut social security. we've got to raise the retirement age. woman: blum would raise the retirement age to 70. then there's monica vernon... a hardworking mom. started a small business while raising three daughters.
>> 78 at recess and 82 this afternoon as the kids get picked we'll enjoy the sunshine with 67 tonight, upper 80s, muggy tomorrow. the chance of rain for thursday and friday. lower 80s there down to 63 friday night with dry weather. sunshine saturday and upper 70s with scattered showers and thunderstorms for sunday. low 70s monday with scattered showers and thunderstorms through the morning. 10-day trend, it is going to
70s tuesday and wednesday and next thursday. thank you. if you're in the market for a house, harry potter's boyhood house is on the market. >> it's about 25-miles west of london. the county is home to the windsor castle and the house is that would be in u.s. currency it should come with a closet. if you buy it, you have to put a bedroom in the nook under the stairs >> a book-reading spot perhaps. >> right. it's 6:27 right now if you're waking up, it's 60 degrees. >> he gets the last laugh. coming up after the break,
right now on cbs 2 this morning...the corridor murder trial sitting in the hands of a jury. t corridor murder trials eated in the hands of the jury. >> the uncertain future for one police chief. >> the latest concerns pipeline through iowa after a big spill in the u.s. >> welcome to cbs 2. here's 965, very foggy out there this morning. it's caused a few delays in schools. so keep that in mind as you head out. >> super ominous out there. >> it is. checking on the forecast with justin roberts, almost scary on the roadways >> someone saw the midst.
>> want to talk about it? >> i'm okay for now. >> looking at fog, we have reduced visibility causing some problems 71 at 10:00, a high of 82 through the day today. visibility of 1/4 mile or less found around cedar rapids and less than 1/10" back toward manchester area. now iowa city, not much of a problem there. you travel further north and can see the fog for sure. right now, in johnson, 64 degrees as the day begins it will be a comfortfully warm day today. 50 in charles city. winds out of the northeast and
hour. here's the satellite and the radar and it shows us cloud cover and fog. mostly sunny skies this afternoon and there's the state-wide picture. there's our planner, 67 at 9:00. 79 at noon. tomorrow, the humidity and the heat come back. let you know how high the temperatures rise for tomorrow and the rest of the week coming up in about 10 minutes. thank you. the final decision in the david miller murder trial rests in the hands of a jury. >> the prosecution and the defense made their final pleas to jurors yesterday. miller is accused of brutally murdering his girlfriend last october. the prosecution insists that miller should be convicted of first degree murder considering investigators found miller's blood on her and in vehicles he
motive and a lack of evidence. >> can you name the time of death? no. there's no evidence of time of death. as a matter of fact, there was not a finger lifted to determine her whereabouts on thator >> it shows the dna of only two people being present including that of the defendant. >> if miller is convicted of first degree murder, he will spend the rest of his life in prison. you can follow along today. just search cbs 2 iowa. after reports that the waterloo police chief is about to lose his job. the mayor says he's not ready to take the action.
chance to rebuild trust between the cops and the community. he's ordered the chief on improving the police department. he would be asked to resign after cases involving their interactions with black residents. the actions of a few officers don't represent the police force. at least one-thousand people that were not accused of a crim. crime.a des moines register thousand peoe part to laws created in the 80'. 80's.as for the tens-of- millions-of-dollars seized, the report found most of that money went unclaimed so it eventually went to law enforcement.supporters say the law deters criminal activity-- but opponents say some agencies are using the practice to pad their budgets. right now -- iowa governor terry branstad -- --is asking president obama for disaster assistance after flooding earlier this summer. summer.the governor wants a
counties in north-east iowa that were hit hard by heavy rains and flash flooding. flooding.the high waters ruined roads -- homes and shutdown schools.one person died when their car was swept away in high water. governor branstad has already issued a ?state disaster proclamation. if president obama adds a federal declaration -- it would open up more assistance to local and state agencies trying to recover. a massive oil spill has several states bracing for a gas price jump. the colonial pipeline carries fuel from houston to new york. was shut down after more than 200-million gallons of gas erupted from an underground pipe in alabama. six southern states are now under emergency orders - allowing oil workers to work longer hours in hopes of avoiding a crisis. neighbors near the spill are worried about environmental impacts. the e-p-a says most of the oil spilled into a mining retention pond and doesn't pose a risk to residents. some gas stations in those six states who are now under emergency orders are at times
many drivers to scramble looking to fill up their vehicles.in north carolina -- when stations have gas -- consumers have to be weary about price gouging.yesterday -- at least four hundred consumers had filed complaints in that state -- accusing gas stations of raising their prices to make a buck off the gas shortage. that pipeline mishap is r- energizing groups opposed to the bakken oil pipeline that will cut diagionally through io. iowa.this weekend -- dozens of people were arrested in south-east iowa ar more than 40 demonstrators were cited for trespassing on a dakota access worksite. people opposed to the project say the break in alabama adds to their argument that pipelines pose a danger to the land they run through. adam mason iowa citizens for community improvement 1;01;57;03 this recent spill in the south definitely reenforces our concerns about a spill here in iowa. you know we've seen hundreds of spills over the last 10 years it's just iowa common sense thats not a question of if the
question of when. when.right now -- the dakota access pipeline is about 60- percent finished across its four state route from north dakota to illinois.we'd like to hear your opinion on the issue- you can join the conversation on our facebook - page - just search kgan cbs 2 iowa. in dubuque - city officials are now considering adding more solar panels on top of more city buildings. they hope the move will reduce electricity consumption and help the environment.the city council is looking into installing solar panels on dubuque's six fire stations, it's all apart of the city's goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 50-percent by 20-30. there are new details in the middle east - in syria -- there are reports that aid trucks in the rebel by 2030. in syria, there are reports now that aide trucks in the city were hit by an air strike. monday, commanders were declaring the cease fire was dead. the 7-day break was supposed to
reported sunday. now more information shows a cease fire was violated by both sides. a conflict will be one of the many global crisises discussed today in new york city. world leaders are gathering at the united nations assembly. other topics are the growing number of attacks around the world by extremists and the millions fleeing war zones later this morning, the department of transportation will release new guidelines testing and deploying self-driving vehicles they are racing to work on the new technology. some say it would some day rule the road. how the vehicle will perform and executives automakers an annually to keep up with advancments with the technology. also happening later today - the c-e-o of wells fargo plans to apologize to a congressional panel today on capitol hill. hill.right now - several wells
accounts - in order to meet sales targets.in prepared testimony - c-e-o john stumpf plans to say his company betrayed customers' trust - and says the bank should've acted sooner to stop the unacceptable activity. 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 restaurant owner has no apologies for a controversial sign - in light of recent terror attacks. plus - the incredible selfless act by one teacher to save the life of her young student. that's coming up fox 28 morning live, eastern iowa's only local news at 7 a-m. a-m.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have... have... visibility ranges from a few problems to no problems on the road looking at the forecast, as you see it, we'll have an okay day today. we'll give it a b and show you
the older we get, the more we measure quality of life by the numbers. so when washington politicians 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, s' 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
we'll have sunshine throughout the day. should be comfortable it will be warm with upper 70s to low 80s. it won't be muggy like it was yesterday. 74 and 11:00. and 80 just after lunchtime. we'll do that with mostly sunny skies out there. here's the cedar rapids, 10-miles in waterloo. ten miles in iowa city and 1/10- mile. somewhere over there is the
fog reducing the visibility. on the board, 50 in waterloo. they were as low as 49 this morning. 60 in cedar rapids 52 in charles city. statewide, current temperatures, 55 in fort dodge. 62 in des moines. they're going to get to the mid-80s today. low 80s for us upper 80s des moines and more warm upper 80-degree weather in iowa which moves our way throug the day tomorrow as a warm front moves in. high pressure is currently in control sitting down to the south of iowa. we watch an area of low pressure moving through the forecast here. and this troublemaker here as it creeps closer, pushes the warm front on in and it brings the hot and humid weather, so we'll be in the 80s to low 90s tomorrow and with that added humidity, we kick off the chance
with the chance stating with us through friday morning. a quiet day today, very enjoyable. even as we look toward the overnight hours, with i don't see much of a chance of rain. some over the border in minnesota back toward illinois and wisconsin iowa escapes this one. the potential is there with this humidity building to keep scattered showers and thunderstorms in as we head through the rest of the week. forecast, upper 70s to lower 80s today. foggy this morning. wis morning. turning to the south this afternoon at 5-10. forecast tonight, partly cloudy, mild temperatures, mid- to upper 60s. here's our picture with the upper 80s and some scattered showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. 67 tomorrow night. low 80s with scattered showers thursday. 83 with a morning shower and the moisture moves out and we're in the 70s to lower 80s for the weekend. we're dry saturday, we find another chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms for
70s with scattered showers for monday. full weather details, the latest delays, road conditions and of course you can find route maps on our maps at cbs 2 iowa.com. thank you. we're taking a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories now. the board of adjustment will decide if a couple can build a 7500 scare foot home that looks like the stadium. as reported in june, the fan plans for the home include brick siding and a replica of the press box. neighbors filed an appeal describing it as a tailgating venue. raising the minimum wage across the state could be a topic for lawmakers in 2017.
some have passed county-wide increases. a similar proposal in polk county. more manufacturing jobs are coming to cedar rapids the authority awardedded tax benefits to construct the third plant. it makes animal nutrition products and plans to build on 60th avenue southwest. diamond v plans to inves $53 million in the project. right now, 61 degrees. >> just ahead, we update the
mp compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your???????
this is a a little to the south you can see a little better. looks like the roadways are a little bit wet. a little rain and moisture out there this morning. the fog advisory caused a few delays in schools th you can see benton, all have a two-hour delay this morning it's clinton. we have breaking newings this morning out of paris. prosecutors say there's been eight new arrests in connection to the truck attack back in july that killed 86 people.
all linked to the group who plowed a truck into a crowd. isis claimed responsibility for the attack. the bombings in new york and new jersey. federal charges could come down for the afghan immigrant police captured after a shootout in new jersey monday morning. >> there's a live look at the hospital in newark where the suspect is being treated he is could be charged with federal charges monday. he was charged at the state level for attempted murder of police officers and gun-related charges he shot two officers both expected to survive. police found him after a bar
but only the mustache. i can recognize he's the same guy. he said are you sure? i said yes. let's call the cops >> fbi investigators trying to figure out if he had help in the bombings that injured 29 people. he made 3 trips to afghanistan and one trip to pakistan. so far, they've not made any direct links to isis or terror right now, those in st. cloud are looking for the suspect that went on a stabbing spree. he has claimed responsibility for the act. they haven't found a direct link. he was originally from somalia and shot and killed by part- time officer who authorities say stopped the attack from getting worse. he wasn't working saturday, he just happened to be at the right place at the right time.
wants to know more about both terror suspects. he was briefed on monday about their investigations. but he's requesting the full immigration and criminal histories of the two men. they should provide valuable insight and help in the future. at >> this administration hasn't taken the threat of isis and islamic extremists enough and that's why we need new leadership and need to work to identify where the threats are and who the people are that are identified with isis and are a danger to the health and well
>> he claims clinton was embarrassed after losing to obama and narrowly defeating sanders this year. they denied the accusations saying clinton is committed at keeping her at the top of the calendar. >> if you're springville, looking at the top three stories you need to know about on this foggy tuesday morning. th
here are the three stories you need to know to start your tuesday morning. morning.a verdict could come as soon as today in the murder trial of dav the top two stories, a verdict could come today in the murder trial for david miller the prosecution and the defense made their final pleas yesterday. miller is accused of brutally murdering his girlfriend last
for live updates all day long. after reports that waterloo police chief was about to lose his job, the city's mayor now says he's not ready to take the trust between cops and the community.mayor quentin hart says he's ordered chief trelka to focus on improving the city's police department. reports surfaced that trelka would be asked to resign after a series of costly cases involving white officers and their interactions with black residents. the iowa city board of adjustment could decide this week if a home that looks like the board of adjustments could decide if a home can ever be built in the first place. the board decided to postpone the decisions it would have a replica of the press box. the decision could come on
? good morning. it is tuesday, september 20th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." new details about the captured in new jersey. surveillance video shows him before the moments in new york. the city's new police commissioner is in studio 57. and americans are wasting billions on gas they don't need. new studies whether you need to pay for premium at the pump. plus, charlie as in rose, with rock legend bono. find out what he feels about the presidential election. >> but we begin this morning