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need "the sun might be shining, but i don't know : right now sending support during a time of need. -- right now, sending support during a time of need. the organizations sending support to haiti. plus. >> temperatures will be tumbling down tonight. i'll let you know how cool it get. >> and one community is having some fall fun and helping out at the same time. >> this is a mm patch. >> how spending the day picking pumpkins is helping the north liberty police department. >> cbs 2 news begins with the latest information about the unfolding disaster along the east coast. we started tracking it this morning when it was in the middle of florida. now it's closer to the georgia border.
talking about about hurricane matthew. >> it's a category 2 hurricane now, but it will still have some impact and did cause loot of damage through florida earlier today. it's now moved past the florida/georgia border and is causing impacts in parts of georgia. some parts of north florida did have problems with flooding, winds pushing the ocean waters onto the shore. that did lead to flooding in several area and some damage there. now the center of the storm is level with brunswick, georgia. we have a flash flood warning in savannah and other areas. the storm will continue to move to the east with worsening conditions near savannah right now. can you see the eye typically when we are talking about
landfall. this hurricane just parallel to florida's coast, did not make landfall, scene not expected to landfall. it could come very close in georgia or the carolinas as it just parallels the coast. it may make landfall. but the chances are very low. it will continue to impact both south carolina and north carolina through about sunday. then it is expected to make turn back down to the south. it will weaken, but then could parts of the bahamas and maybe even florida. this looks like a sunny thing that's going on, but this is actually the track that is ongoing. it will likely weaken, could bring an additional round of some rain and possibly some high winds to parts of the bahamas and florida by the middle of next week. >> more than a million people are without power after matthew's brush with florida. the winds topped 130 mile an
trees and power lines were all brought down. homes were damaged. some roads are even washed out. the devastation is far worse in haiti, where hurricane hath thousand roared through earlier this week. various agencies report that 300 to 500, some as high as 800, are now dead. the number keeps rising. haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world and they're still recovering from a crippling earthquake a few years ago. the scope of the devastation in haiti is rallying sup of miles away, dora? to help -- it doesn't necessarily mean traveling to the affected area.for some organizations here in iowa, it's as simple as sending what is needed to those who may have lost everything. everything. hurricane matthew has tested the toughness of the people in haiti... but organizations like the community health initiative have been there to h. >> reporter: organizations like community health initiative have been there to help.
haiti. >> reporter: they'll be helping people that are praying their lives will return to normal. >> we'll ask all 28 of those people if they'll wring bripg an extra suitcase. the resources are scatter. people literally have nothing. so in order to get any resources to haiti, it pretty tough sometime. >> reporter: through a partnership with harvest field ministry, they're able goat materials to those who need it. but boots on ground isn't the only approach. for catholic charities, organization is a priority. they help kids stay in school. >> we subsidize the teachers' salaries, so a loft kids that wouldn't go to school can duogo to school. >> the recovery will take time,
organizations in iowa. >> it's touching to see all of us come together like iowans if you would like to help, we have links to different organizations on our website. >> reporter: if you would like to help, we have links to several organization on our website. most are asking for money, but some are asking for item koa donations. >> can you donate to the national red salvation army, unicef, and more. for more information about how to help and where you can go to donate, go to cbs2iowa.com. here in eastern iowa in terms of the weather, it's been really nice overt last 12 hour. we started off with some clouds and then had the sunshine, but we had cool weather all around.
were about 20 to 30 degrees warmer than they are right now quite the difference out there as temperatures continue to fall down. we already have 39 on the board in charles city. 43 in owine and cedar rapid, 46 in dubuque and iowa city. as the night goes on, temperatures will being down into the 30s almost everywhere, and up north of highway 20 near alcateur, decorah, charles city, and possibly patchy frost develop buzz because of the cooler temperature. coming up, i'll let you know how long all of this nice, cool weather is sticking with us. the cbs 2 news 10 at 10 continues with more of the corridor's top story. work on the sinclair levee starts tuesday. the levee is part of permanent flood control that will protect the new ohio beam a ya district for town a 40 year flood. when the entire system is done,
protect up to the crest of the 2008 flood. the sin clay levee project is anticipated to be finished by 2017. if you still have sandbags starting monday, the city will go to each neighborhood to start picking the sandbags pup stoift cedar rapids asks that you live them in certain locations near the street. we have information about how can you cbs2iowa.com. sand job bag pickup is expected to take 3 weeks. loose leaf bag pickup starts on monday. it will be every 2 weeks depending on your quod rant. iowa's congressional delegation sent a letter to governor terry branstad supporting the recovery efforts after all of that recent
been good, but but there is more to do. they asked the emergency managers for their efforts. they'll send any request to the affected areas of federal disaster. the 2nd presidential debate is just 3 days away. hillary clinton and donald trump are keeping a very close eye on hurricane matthew, publicly urging floridians to stay safe. getting ready. her running mate, tim kaine, is campaigning in nevada and arizona. trump hosted a campaign rally. mike pence is holding a rally in ohio. ohio has a trend of picking the winner in every election since 1964. that makes the state feel like a must-win for both clinton and
have work to do to win them over though. about 10% say they're not sure who they will vote for just a month and a day from tonight. our mission as cbs 2 news is to connect the presidential candidates to our viewers. we've 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 nation. tell us what you want now now a look at other top stories. the marion public library talked to 4 capped dats for the marion police chief job. the public reception is an
helping a local corridor police department at the pumpkin patch. picking a few pumpkins is helping the north liberty police keep plan on track for a police dog. >> the more folks we get, the more demand there is it for the police response. county. >> the owner of the comeny pumpkin patch says it makes sense that the community event isn't just about having fun but supporting community safety. there's a lot to do in the pumpkin patch, like zombie paint ball and a corn cannon. the you're of iowa unveiled its new visual arts building. the building has 125,000 square feet of i space and took more replaces the old building.that
the visual arts building features unique designs and modern amenities to inspire everyone who spends time inside. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minut. minutes.still to come... come...friday night football. we'll have high school football highlights and the latest scores- coming up- in >> and it was a beautiful eveninfo out there, but it will be come and there will be frost in part of midwest, mainly in parts of minnesota and into wisconsin. for our area, there could be some spots of patchy frost.
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we have warmer temperature. 24 hours ago, we were 20 to 30 degrees warmer than we are right now. temperatures are falling down rather quickly. 39 in charles city, 46 in waterloo. temperatures will don fall through the night tonight as we have cleaver sky and light winds. that will allow those temperatures to fall down by morning into 38 in cedar rapid, 39 in iowa city, 36 in waterloo, and in owine, 34 in charles city and decorah. some spots north of highway 20 cowl be experiencing some patchy frost. it's not going to be very widespread, but where we have temperatures close to 35 and below, frost will start to develop. typically when we have our first frost or freeze, when
the freezing mark, we will be -- we get a freeze by october 11. down south, that's typically the usual time we get it. it always happens a little earlier, on time, or a little later. this is not unusual, but it won't be a widespread event for tonight. at least not for then we have hurricane matthew down to the south and east. it will still impact carolinas this weekend. for us, it will keep our weather in place. for us, it will continue to the southeast. high pressure in the midwest will hang out overhead. we're going to have some nice, cool weather around for us in
we'll have temperatures around 43 degrees. we're going to to have plenty of sunshine that will help it feel warmer up to the upper levels of the atmosphere. on sunday, we'll see some warmer air move back in. the blues start to calm down by the middle we'll havely temperatures in the 30s and 40s on monday. then the cooldown come on back with high temperatures in the 50s and 60s next week. >> coming up next, prairie hasn't lost since week 1. so would the p. hawks fly by the
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reinbc are vying for a district title. a win would put one of them in the driver's seat. mia is live. lots of hype surrounding this one. >> reporter: that's for sure, zack. it's the first time these two squads have scwaried off since riinbeck blasted hudson. that season, the pirate went 5- 5. since then, it's been a 6-4 in 2014, 8-3 a year ago, now unblemished. but could the rebels' high- flying offense allow them to stay perfect? well, we pick this one up in the 1st quarter where the high- flying audience -- high-flying defense, excuse me, of the hudson pirates left them ship
warming up. walker the derks, slides on past everybody. up 7-5 in the waning minutes of the 1st half, locke airs this one up, and it's hauled in. 2 feet in the end zone, he's pumped, and rebels are up 14-5. things escalated quickly in the 2nd. opening kickoff to he doesn't walk, he doesn't run either, he rolls past everybody. the run for the 6 plus extra point makes it 21-5 and they never looked back. 28-5 now. boy did they play this one to the final whistle
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call city high -- road straight weeks they've can you call city high road warriors. for 3 straight week, they've been away from bates field and for 3 straight weeks, they've come away with win. they've pretty much lock up a spot in the playoffs. drew will get in some yaks. 52 yards for the touch. but city high responds.
points. nate weiland with 1 of his 2 touchdowns. a big win for the little hawks. waterloo west trying to make it 7-0. here come the tigers. they go to the air to blake christiansen, and cedar falls cuts the lead to 7. tigers try again, but this time the air wasn't friendly prston miller says, i'll take that. the interception stops the drive. in the 4th, more of the same from the defense. marion wright steps in front of that one. west survives. 21-14 the final. they move to 7-0. prairie hosting linmar, and it got ugly quick. joseph maier is coming straight at you. 15 yards on the touchdown. prairie goes up 7-0. l initiation mar did -- linmar
p.hawks cause the fumble and pounce -- but the p. hawks cause fumble and pounce on it at the 1 yard line and they're knocking on the door. oliver martin making the cougar defense look sill sillily. missed tackle here, missed tackle there. 2 more go flying by, finally he stepped out of b that would lead to a field goal. it was more of the same later in the quarter. chicagos it free for a big gain. this time it's a touchdown. we takes this one 24-10. elsewhere in 4-ab with both jefferson and ruis income ing looking for the first win of the year. the jayhawks get on the board.
treenton cunin receives the pickup truck and tine some daylight downsidelines. he brings it all the way down into the red zone. that would lead to this. taveon reshed walks in for the don't forget to tune in to the ot tonight -- on our sister station fox 28 -- we kick off week 7 -- at 10:30 -- with 12 games and a special apperance by lone tree's chad shield for chalk talk. that's a check of sports.terry is back with a final look at
she keeps the score of every single game, batter, and pitch. she's been keeping score for more than half a century. her score cards go back to 1963. she had the opportunity to toss the first pitch out at wrigley 8 years ago. at a magic 100, she's back on the feel. she's at 102, sill still keeping score, and he she just -- and she javier baez's solo home run. >> so taste why we had a happy guy in our newsroom. temperatures will be in the 30s by the morning. in the afternoon, we'll have
captioning sponsored by cbs >> stephen: hay, diane lane thank you so much for being here. i want you to meet paul, one of my sprfersing he will be producing your segment tonight. ? you, there's only you in my life ? ? >> stephen: did you just hear music is it. >> yeah, i heard it. hey, i should go. it's very nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> stephen: diane, did the two of you just have a moment? >> no, that was nothing. i've been in so many romantic movies, that just happens