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for the flood of 2016. temperatures are quite mild. a cold front came through and temperatures have been tumbling. here they are around 4:00 a.m. 59. we've dropped from the 50s to upper 40s as of right now here in cedar rapids. sky cam 51. mostly cloudy. winds out of the northwest gusting to 2mi eight checking in at 50 and winds are gusty out of the northwest from 16 to 20 miles an hour -- tran20 eight and stretching all the way back toward des moines and our predictor has around one or 2:00 exiting an area and clear skies to start your thursday tomorrow and it looks like we're back to sunshine and i hear your temperature trend will fall
and we have a freeze warning and frost advisory for most of the "cbs2 news" area and i will let you know how low we can go in a few minutes. just in to the cbs two news, iowa attorney general's office says two cedar rapids officers were justified in shooting a suspect last month. on september 12th officers ashley steele and jeremiah white responded to a domestic call at an apartment. when they got there they old fighting with his ex- girlfriend. officers tried to stop the fight but when the man started to stab her they shot him. the case is given to the state because one of the officers is related to someone in the attorney's office. sandbag. up underway in cedar rapids. this morning crew started working through residential areas in the northwest side of town.
contractor to remove the sandbags. steve her start expects it to take about three weeks. they are asking residents to stay patient. >> there's a lot of material out there. people actively use them which we encouraged them to do and it will take us a little time to clear them up but we are working on them with our contractor and we hope to see results as we get moving next few weeks. >>reporter: disposal of the sand as part of the contract. they asked the sand be reused for other projects. the city council approved a buyout for cooper's mill hotel and restaurant. the business shutdown during the flood evacuation and have not reopen. tuesday council members approved the purchase agreement for more than $5.2 million for the property and its contents. the city plans to demolish the building next spring. today city but leaders
leaders unveiled a new plan to help businesses -- recover from the flooding. we're live with stephanie. >>reporter: hey, kelly. a lot of businesses closed because of the flood and the city has plans to help these businesses regain revenue back. mayor along with city manager established a recovery fund that will help businesses get back on their feet. the the revolving loan fund for the grant loan fund and the community foundation will open the fund for private donations from corporations and individuals. small businesses who apply will be awarded up to $5000 in assistance and the mayor is asking people to support the businesses.
the vibrancy of our talented community and it is led by consumers. >> in order for businesses to apply, first applicants must be a business located in the 28- foot evacuation area declared by the city of cedar rapids during the flood. it must have a physical address and businesses must have at least one date of zero revenue evacuation. this is for businesses with the 50 employees or less. go to our website cbs2iowa.com where we have a link to the application. covering the corridor, stephanie johnson, "cbs2 news." kohrell bill working on flood projects. right now the city is -- coralville -- it's building a
it has added protection and will stretch from the first avenue bridge to where the creek meets the coralville ridge. >> it's the busiest intersection in johnson county and if we are not able to protect it and the businesses can't come back, it would be a desolate place. >> haywood said crews are doing utility work now and then they can get started next spring. independence from republicans who abandon him after release of a tape. now the clinton campaign says trumps allies might be working with russians to hack democratic e-mails. craig boswell has the latest from capitol hill. >>reporter: donald trump is campaigning in florida. battleground street -- battleground state a must win state. >> if i don't win it will be
>> but with less than four weeks ago trump is attacking republicans who withdrew support after video surfaced showed the nominee using food language. trump told bill o'reilly he's done with paul ryan and other republicans. >> i would not want to be in a foxhole. >> mccain is a brave man. >> i the way, including ryan. >> i got >>reporter: there are 31 governors, of that group 87 or more than 1/4 are not endorsing clock -- trump. >> the clinton campaign has its own problems is the media six through hacked e-mails. u.s. intelligence officials say the hacks came from russia. >> russian interference in the selection and their apparent attempt to influence on behalf
?before? the hack became august, trust me, it will soon be podesta's time in the merrill and that was before the hack became public. the trump campaign denied it's working with the russians. in a rare move the salt lake city tribune has endorsed democrat hillary clinton. trump astoundingly unfit to be president. utah has not supported democrat for president since lyndon johnson in 1964. in our national question of the day we want to know what will have the greatest effect on your vote? is it the video from 2005 or
look for the question of the day link on our website cbs2iowa.com. new details on president minutes.after that, his bus tour will head to waterloo for an event at 6-45 tonight. tomorrow afternoon, president clinton will hold an event at cornell college in mount vernon at one o-clock.he'll round out his iowa trip tomorrow night in davenport. some iowa farmers will soon be getting a helping hand from another continent. continent.more than two dozen farmers from sweden will travel to iowa to help with this year's harvest.the european growers have already wrapped up their work at learn how farmers operate in the midwest.it won't be all work for the foreign farmers. they'll also get a chance to do some sightseeing here in iowa and neighboring illinois. new at noon, noon,drivers across iowa are now going "pink at the pump". pump".the iowa renewable fuels association held a kick-off party today at linn co-op oil company in marion for their campaign to raise money for breast cancer prevention.it's also a way to raise awareness about cleaner-burning e-15
e-15 retailers will donate 3- cents of every gallon of e-15 sold to the national breast cancer foundation. "we thought it was a natural tie with the month of october and it's a way to not only help educate motorists about e-15 and its value but also contribute to a good cause." cause." e-15 is approved for use in all 2001 or newer vehicles. >> a 15 is approved for use in all 2001 a new or vi vehicles and just look for the panhandle. coming up. the strong message from north carolina's governor is residence in much of the state deal with dangerous flooding. comey raw and blustery. temperatures falling all morning and now we have showers moving in from the west and i will let you know what you can
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major rivers in north carolina will be at flood state for the rest of the week because of all the rain from hurricane matthew.the biggest concern today is the tar river near welcome back. major rivers in north carolina will be at flood stage for the rest of the week because of the rain the biggest concern today is the tar river near greenville in the southern part of the state. volunteer firefighters are using a truck to carry people to higher ground. and tuesday governor mccrory told people to stop evacuation orders and stop driving around barricades on flooded roads. >> we're not messing around and we don't want to put people at risk to save you once you make that decision. >> 135,000 people in north carolina still have no power. many powerlines got swept away so restoring power to everyone will take time and some very dramatic pictures there.
and eastern iowa, obviously they're still feeling the impacts of hurricane matthew. we've got cooler temperatures we are dealing with. some parts cooler by 30 degrees. the cooler temperatures won't stick around. sky cam looking over downtown cedar rapids kind of gray and gloomy. we will keep the clouds around. a cold front has come through cloudy skies. look at the wind. our temperatures areawide from charles city back to tran20 eight and 50 in iowa city and temperatures across the state for anyone in fort dodge and looking at low to mid 40s all over central and western iowa and the temperature change, running about 29 degrees colder than at this point yesterday.
in the cooler air and the wind is gusting out of the northwest from 14 to 24 miles an hour and we can see gusts near 25. doppler radar showing moderate rain from the court to waterloo. light showers back toward des moines and progressing to the east and get into our area by early afternoon and quickly move on through and clear the skies later on showery day today and falling temperatures into the 40s and 50s throughout the afternoon and then we get back to sunshine tomorrow and friday and it's back to 70s as temperatures warm-up saturday and sunday. here is our cold front. high pressure pushing through the area and high pressure quickly building in on its heels. we are under a clear sky and cold conditions and we will get to that in a few minutes. high pressure moves off to the east tomorrow afternoon and
into friday. back into sunshine and temperatures will warm up into the 70s. here is predictor showing light showers and by the time we get to 3:00 the rain has pushed off into wisconsin and illinois and we are dealing with a little bit of cloud cover. by midnight the skies clear and we are back into sunshine your thursday and friday. here is your temperature trend as we go through the afternoon, temperatures will fall into the 40s around 10:00 and during skies with low 40s and we have a freeze warning most of the area where you can see this lighter blue teal color and a frosted buyers -- advisory for cedar and washington counties in both of those are in effect until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow and temperatures are in the upper 20s, in some areas lower 30s areawide with frost likely under northwest wind five-10 and your forecast tomorrow mostly sunny and a cool fall day and temperatures low-mid 50s areawide and your
warning -- warming trend starts on friday. 73 for saturday and watching a front comes through. right now later saturday evening into the overnight into sunday temperatures are pretty mild again in the low 70s and then we are watching another system come through it looks like early monday and then we get a break monday afternoon and we could see a come through late monday night but the models are kind of conflicted on that. temperatures low to mid 70s and so far this october our high temperatures are five degrees above average. it's been a pretty warm october so fat -- so far but the cool front will last. the troubling trend in crashes in the worst driving habits that seem to be the contributing factors. "cbs2 news" connects with the corridor.
mistakes. (vo)donovan tessmer was about to start his senior year of high school. while we have the results of a new survey. >> jonathan was about to start his senior year. while out with his friends the teens girlfriend was speeding and hit a tree. donovan was not wearing a seatbelt and he was ejected and killed instantly. >> i can't even describe what it felt like in that moment to be standing at the crash site . >> most a decade later speeding is the number one mistake teenagers mistake. more than 4200 involve speed. behind the wheel, those teens typically have less crashes." after speed, the most common parents were more guilty of bad driving them they are teens. 65% of driving instructors
teaching their children to drive than a decade ago. >> when they create stricter rules those teens typically have less crashes. >> the most common mistake is distracted driving. >> i thought he was snap chat inkas he had it like this. >> for that violation he got a ticket. >> to text and drive a lot? >> not really know. my mom really got onto me and after that i quit doing it and i was running >> the third big miss gate -- mistake is not properly scanning for hazards. this team failed to notice the car running a red light. cbs news, maryland. new research shows one third of teens waiting to get their license until they turn 18 and then they are not subject to graduated licensing laws they place limits on young drivers and have been credited
samsung is now officially calling it quits on the galaxy note 7. 7. welcome back. samsung officially calling it quits on galaxy note seven. shares are plunge -- plunging after the permanently stopping production. samsung issued a warning to customers to turn them off and replacement phones caught fire. samsung is sending fire resistant boxes. toyota is recalling 100,000 previous cars and tens of thousands more across the world. if the car is not in part the
roll. if you have sedan models from 2016 and a 2017 motors of they will attach a clip to fix it. millions of people on social security see an increase to their monthly payments next year. 66million beneficiaries get up boost and pay for checks mailed out in 2017. the american institute for economic research says that adds up to $2 to $6 per month and it's the smallest increase so far the average retirement check is roughly $1300 per month. amazon music unlimited launches today and is expected to compete with spotify and apple music. users can pick from a catalog of 10 -- tens of millions of songs. prime members can purchase it for a discount. bmw showing a motorcycle.
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for himself, not us. ? >> wyatt: you know i love you. >> steffy: of course. it's never been about that. >> wyatt: so, then why -- why can't it only be about that? >> steffy: how can we do that when your mom's more involved in our lives than ever? >> wyatt: >> steffy: especially now she knows that my grandfather's power of attorney is hers and not my dad's. >> wyatt: [ sighs ] i had to tell her, steffy. >> steffy: even if it cost you and me everything? >> wyatt: hey, i will fight till my last breath for us, for our marriage. the question is, will you? or will you walk away? >> thomas: [ smooching ] >> caroline: so did i tell you that our son has started solid