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over student's safety. safety.residence hall officials say they take building security very seriously...every student must have a proximity key to enter the buildings -- or use the elevators.and each residence hall has a front desk and security cameras...officials also encourage students to take their safety into their own hands. greg 18:27:24 "the undergraduat e students in the building do safety rounds through the building seven days a week, 2- 3 times a night where they walk individual floors." floors."police ask that students be careful who they residence halls with thema& and remember to always lock your doors. schools in tiffin will be backto normal this morning - they were on lockdown yesterday after a high speed chase through two corridor coun. counties.cedar rapids police tried to pull over a car thursday afternoon when the driver sped into johnson county on interstate 380 before ditching the vehicle and stealing a truck near oxford.clear creek amana schools went into lockdown as a precaution.police are still looking for two suspects this morning.
was found outside of a police station earlier this week.an officer actually thought it was a a colleagues backpack and brought it into the station - and it wasn't until after his shift - when it was still there, that he decided to look inside - and find the device.the bomb was active, and someone tried to trigger the bomb - but it failed to blow up.the f-b-i is investgating. the man accused of setting off bombs in new jersey and new york now says he's not guilty. ahmad khan rahimi entered the plea from thursday.he's charged with attempted murder of police officers during a shootout last month.rahimi is also charged with planting bombs that went off in new york and new jersey.31 people were injured in the bombings.he's been in the hospital since his arrest. g-o-p nominee donald trump is saying the recent attacks on him are now a conspiracy against the american people by the political and media establi. establishment.he said it last night on the campaign trail after new sexual assault allegations surfaced.several
claimed the billionaire touched and kissed them without their consent.trump denies all the allegations. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "these claims are all fabricated. they're pure fiction and they're outright lies. these events never ever happened and the people that said them, meekly, fully understand. you take a look at these people, you study these people and you'll understand sue the new york times for first reporting a story that describes one woman's sexual assault claim.he wants them to retract the story.the new york times says they're sticking by their reporters -- and welcomed a challenge in court. megan twohey is one of the reporters that worked on the story -- she described how trump responded when she contacted him about the allegations. and he said that these were being -- you know, fabrications by the new york times to look bad and he
phone call and got, basically, became even more agitated and said -- proceeded to call me a disgusting human being." first lady michelle obama became emotional talking about trumps comments from 2005, saying the alleged actions of the republican nominee still happen in the workplace. speaking at a campaign rally for hillary clinton - obama said his comments caught on tape go far beyond just words. this was not just a conversation. this wasn't locker room banter. this was a powerful individual speaking freely and openly about sexually predatory behavior. behavior. people who are truly strong, lift others up. people who are truly powerful bring others together, and that is what we need in our next president. president.in response to the first lady's speech, hillary
words what's in so many of our hearts." a group of iowa veterans pledged they would still support donald trump. trump.the republican nominee's state organization announced more than 100-veterans joined their new coalition.veterans who spoke at yesterday's news conference say they believe trump would strengthen national security.they also hope he can fix issues with veterans affairs. in some of the va hospitals the treatment - people have to get in line be analyzed - is a problem problemthe clinton campaign launched its own veterans group in iowa back in september. meanwhile - clinton is facing a campaign controversy of her own - wiki-leaks continues to release more emails - allegedly from her campaign chairman, john podesta. podesta.in one 20-15 email titled "needy latinos" podesta urged clinton to call former
pena, who was quote "close to committing but carrying some baggage." the emails also make offensive remarks about former new mexico governor bill richardson.clinton blames the leaks on russian hackers. both campaigns are keeping their eyes on the polls.real clear politics averaged all of the national polls for the presidential race.right now -- clinton has a nearly a five point lead over trump. trump.when you break the results down by state -- you get a clearer picture of how the race could play out.this map from the register shows iowa is one of six states that could go for either trump or clinton.in the last four elections -- iowa has gone to the democratic candidate three times.the only exception came in 2004 -- when iowans helped re-elect george w. bush to a second term. the election season is inspiring discussion in iowa city.community members met at the iowa city public library last night for an event called "building and crossing bridges together."leaders say they're trying to make sure the negative talk happening nationally stays out of our
important to reach out to each other across race, ethnic, religious and all other differences-- real or perceived-- to be each other's allies. we're all one community. one country and that we need to be supportive of each other and combat the language and the sentiment that has been shared unfortunately during the presidential campaign. campaign.organizers say they hope each person there at the gathering will go back into create change. in many ways -- max stancel- hess is a typical 12-year-old. he likes to play video games -- read -- and ride his bike around his marion neighborhood. he's an excellent student and is working toward visiting every national park with his dad. max faces challenges many of us don't -- he's been battling a birth defect for his entire life.the news was a shock to his parents but they say the care he gets at the university of iowa has helped them help him.
has taught me humility, he has taught me about unconditional love. i learn more from max than he does from me." me."his attitute and inspirational story is the reason max has been named kid captain for this weekend's iowa football game against purdue. as a side note -- max's dad is actually working on the new children's hospital. he says he's proud to be working on such an important project. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the latest medical technology that's changing the way we learn about the human body. body.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
like something out of a science fiction novel. novel. we're all familiar with these kinds of personal drones up in the sky -- but how about a little tiny drone inside your body.dr. sung kwon cho / university of pittsburgh: "we're going to make a tiny, tiny swimmer that actually navigates inside the human body."reporter / off cam: "through the bloodstream?"dr. sung kwon cho / university of pittsburgh: "bloodstream or any body fluid inside the body."doctor sung kwon cho at the university of pittsburgh's has just received a nearly three-quarter of a million dollar grant from the national science foundation to develop that technology.besides more precise bio-imaging, the swimmer drone can also deliver a drug to a specific target, like a cancer or tumor.dr. sung kwon cho / university of pittsburgh: "sometimes you need to deliver the drug to some specific target. it's not in the entire body. so
it in the targeted area."so how big is this drone?about one millimeter and the width of a hair.the goal is to inject the drone into the blood stream and then navigate it through the body with different frequency of sound waves.dr. sung kwon cho / university of pittsburgh: "we give sound waves basically power. we just give ultrasound outside. that actually the power source."so what happens to the drone after it does its jo university of pittsburgh: "we are eventually making this drone as bio-degradable so once you use it you basically automatically dissolve it so you don't have to open your body. you don't have to take it out."a body drone that
it's now it's now on this mor. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...the helping hand coming from one local group after the 2016 floo. floods. t karma again?" "just wanna see if my score changed..you wanna check yours?" "scores don't change that much. i haven't changed." "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."
here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... in waterloo -- a man acquitted earlier this year for the 20-13 shooting death of a teenager has now been senteced to up to five years in prison for fleeing the state. perquondis holmes was found not guilty back in august in his second trial for the shooting.during his first trial -- jurors were shown evidence that was supposed to be kept out of court.but now -- police say holmes fled to nerbraska right after the shooting death of dae-quan campbell to avoid arrest. the state of iowa's revenue projections for the current fiscal year have now been lower. lowered.a panel of state budget experts cited a slow down in agricultural income and economic uncertainty thanks to the divisive presidential race. race.estimates show the state will take in about 49-million dollars less in the month of march.right now - there are no plans to cut spending. people in north liberty who need a ride now have a new way to get around town.the city rolled out a new bus service this week.the route starts on ashley court and travels north on main street before
it costs one dollar per ride -- or 50-cents for medicare and medicaid cardholders.the route is scheduled to run on weekdays from 10-30 to 1:30. the formula to get into the playoffs for cedar rapids washington is real simple -- win their last 2 regular season games -- their first one -- not the toughest of tests -- waterloo east the trojans trying to snap a 35 game losing streak first drive for the warriors -- was a heavy carried the ball4 times -- for 68 yards -- and put the wash up 7 nothing earlythen it was drew dostle's turn -- after a three and out -- east on to punt -- dostle corals it off a bounce -- and then he turned on the jets -- streaking up the sideline -- he makes -- not 1 -- but 2 -- trojans miss -- and drags another in to the endzone -- all wash in this one -- 63 - 14 the final.
or two about volleyball -- for 5 years he played professionaly, he was an assistant coach at mount mercy -- and now he's leading the saints on the court -- with a - - "get better every day" -- philosophy, that's shaping them, off it. austin filer -- our ed thomas coach of the week.it's safe to say -- austin filer -- is a volleyball junkie -- is a volleyball -- austin filer -- it's safe to say -- austin filer -- is a volleyball junkie -- "he tells us some times he stays up until 2 or 3 o'clock at night just watching watching film." film.""i get a little bit of heat on it every once and a while... you watched that video 3 times or you watched them again on that?"but xavier's first year head coach does it for a reason... reason... "i'd rather be the most prepared coach available than not know what's happening."because filer practices what he preaches -- "get better every day... that's always his motto." motto."
aren't going to set goals outside of what we can control... our goal is going to be to get better every single day, and improve and at the end of the day i like our chances."and his saints are taking that to the next level -- "don't be like yesterday and if you think you did good yesterday you can still get bet" better.""you either get better or get worse... you never say the same... you can apply it to life, college, my career... which was filer's game plan -- all along. along."if we just work on what we can control which is getting better... the getting which is getting better... the rest kind of takes care of the " self." wamac crown on the line -- east champ -- west delaware -- versus west champ -- marion -- in a winner take allfirst set -- isbell sade -- gets up to get down -- indians would take game 1 here come the hawks though -- kateyln mangold -- yeah -- look out -- she sends one right into your living room -- west delaware would win game 2but it was marion's night tonight -- morgan swong-ger -- drops home the tip and the indians take the
from the wamac -- solon hosting the conference cross country meet the girls got things going first -- and nobody could catch -- center point urbana's adrianna katcher -- she took home first place -- mount vernon -- lisbon won the team title and on the boys side -- it was all marion's myles bach -- he finished first -- his teammate jeremy took second -- and mount vernon -- libson -- completed the sweep in the team races -- winning the boys title with 35 points. coming off their run to the sweet 16 -- the iowa state men -- are picked to finish 4th in big 12 confernece behind kansas, west virginia, and texas -- the jay-hawks recieved 9 of the 10 first place votes -- the other one
a children's book about beer is now in publication. publication.dennis kistner, a bartender at a pub in baltimore, decided to write a children's book to teach kids about how beer is made.it's called "hophead harry goes to the brewery." brewery."he wrote it as an educational book for his two year old son to teach him the process of making beer.for now, dennis is selling copies on amazon and his pub. eventually he wants to get it in local stores and breweries around town.so far they've sold around 300 copie good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the big party tonight getting one part of town back in business after the 2016 flood. flood.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
this weekend - cedar rapids residents will willcelebrat recovery from flood 20-16. 16.the newbo city market has now been re-opened - and businesses there are excitied to just get back to work. work.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in cedar rapids stephanie what do they have planned for today.. today..the market has a lot planned for today - especially their flood the district celebration this evening.at five o'clock - this free event will kickoff right here to help with flood recovery.
feature live music starting at five-thirty.three bands will play - and plenty of things to do here tonight. tonight.the newbo city market opened back up yesterday - and some businesses used the closure to expand - while others used the time off to replace old equipment.the market's director of operations says they're all happy just being back open to the public. "where you know we rally together. the protection of the city put in held very well. we did our part protecting ourselves and businesses and you know now we just want to come back and show that everything is normal " again."the market is now operating on its normal schedule.again tonight's even is free and starts at 5 - all the proceeds benefit the district.covering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie johnson cbs2 news. thanks stephanie - and there will be another event that
support businesses that were affected by flood waters. tornadoes - mad modern - kickstand and bo macs were left out of the hesco barriers in the newbo district during the flood.their event starts at 11 a-m and features food, music and family activities. admission is - however much you would like to donate. ((nats of song)) song)) that is four star fate singing their new anthem -- rise above that they wrote the song during flood 2016.now -- they ar donated to flood relief by purchasing the song.the money has been given to the greater cedar rapids community foundation.the song is still available to download -- we've placed a link to it on our website - cbs 2 iowa dot com. the cedar rapids metro economic alliance -- is getting a new leader. leader.the group has hired current theatre cedar rapids executive director casey prince as its new downtown district executive director. director.prince will focus on development issues like downtown housing and parking. he replaces doug neumann who
president and c-e-o of the metro economic alliance. waterloo's first african american mayor mayorwill be the keynote speaker for the cedar rapids n- double-a-c-p banquet. before becoming mayor, quentin hart directed multicultural affairs at a college level. he's made transcending racial divides a priority of his administration. the freedom fund banquet is october 29th. two more people have died in north carolina - after hurricane matthew.22 people have been killed in the state -- raising the u-s death toll to 38. 38 one person drowned when they drove around a barricade and went down a washed out road. north carolina is still seeing flooding several days after the storm passed -- and it could be several days before high water recedes. hurricane nicole hit the island of bermuda with winds of up to 115 miles per hour yesterday -- snapping palm trees and peeling off roofs. the category 2 storm flooded homes and knocked out power to more than 26-thousand
late last night -- the hurricane had been nearly 200 miles northwest of bermuda.the storm is expected to stay in the ocean and not threaten the u-s. hurricane forced winds - and torrential rains are heading to the pacific northwest right now.forecasters say the remnants of a typhoon could bring on the worst storm in the seattle region - in a decade.they could see around 70 mile per hour winds and up to 18 inches of rain.snow is expected in higher elevations. at least three u-s airlines are now - -taking disaster - brought on by defective devices with lithium ion batteries - much like the samsung galaxy note 7's that were pulled from the shelves. shelves.many of those phones over-heated and burst into flames.now airlines are adding new fire-suppression equipment on the planes - designed to contain a fire that cannot other-wise be put out. right now, a popular corridor band is preparing to go on without their lead singer.cbs 2 news introduced you earlier this week to the band crazy del. delicious.reporter jenee ryan
has a chance to beat her. one woman womantwo families. families.one on stage one at home. both- worlds turned upside down by jennifer lowe down by jennifer lowe devereux's decision to undergo a double mastectomy in december. as a woman its a really tough decision to months to even be able to talk about it (cryng)about six months ago - jennifer found out she carries the brca gene mutation - putting her at high risk for several cancers. ive already been diagnosed with one of the cancers already. skin cancer - for which she currently applies chemo cream.so when it comes to breast cancer - she's not taking the chance. i -- have daughters and it's important for me to make them feel like this is something we can protect ourselves from and we don't have to wait to get
sophie - knows what it's like to fight cancer. at three she was diagnosed with leaukemia. after two and a half years of chemo - she won the fight. she said you have to have the surgery mom because i don't want you to have to go through what i went through. through.from what i remember, the treatment wasn't the hard part. it's what it did to my family. that was the hardest partover the next year -jennifer will have at least four surgeries - the double mastectomy - reconstructions - and ovary removal.too much to juggle with the crazy delicious - so she's stepping off the stage. when she let us know, it was a big shock and we were very sadbut jennifer's big voice voice the first time i heard her sing my hair stood up on end won't stay silenced. she's my little songbird at home and on stage stageour living room is her stage too, shes always singing a different song song we play giutar, we sing,
that stuff here. but - first - hoo (taps heart) i always love going out to her show to see herone last show with crazy delicious - for all the fans. fans. im sure it's going to be very emotional for us, not looking foward to that part partwhat better way to go o ut then to rock the town with everyone you know knowit's going to be a tough show being my last show. i just want it to be awesome and have everyone have a great time. i want it to be an awesome show(crying) show(crying) for her last tips crazy delicious earns will be donated to the community cancer center spirit fund. that show will be at the chrome horse in cedar rapids- tomorrow at 9pm. when jennifer is fully recovered- she plans to advocate for better health records for adopted children. jennifer was adopted through a closed process and had to hire a private investigators to find a history of cancer in her biological family.that investigation led her to get genetic testing that found the brca gene.because she carries the mutation, each of her four
idea.. we'd love to ask bob dylan... (bob dylan)"how does it feel." to win the nobel prize in literature, but we couldn't get hold of him.(nat sound) there was shock when the swedish academy made the announcement...(sara danius/swedish academy)"bob dylan (cheering)."a week earlier the new republic asked "who will win the 2016 nobel prize in literature? and their answer was "not bob dylan."yet now he'll have another medal to hg freedom.the news left writer jason pinter tweeting "if bob dylan can win the nobel prize for literature then i think stephen king should get elected to the rock n' roll hall of fame." round one.(nat sound)(jeanne moos/cnn national correspondent)"the fight boiled down to the question "are lyrics literature"?"some critics said no, riffing on dylan's own song...(bob dylan)"the times they are a changin'""the times
replied..."delete your account. dylan the greatest poet of 20th century. undisputed genius." some worried naming a songwriter would open the floodgates ...."so 2034 nobel for literature could go to...you never know..." posting repetitive rihanna lyrics. (rihanna video)"work work work work dirt dirt dirt dirt."the british paper the telegraph imagined "a nobel prize being awarde lyrical tweeting."in defense of dylan, a writer for rolling stone tweeted "they'll stone you when you've won the nobel prize." but the telegraph sniffed"this is the nobel prize for literature. not sweden's got talent."(reporter) "do you think of yourself primarily as a singer or as a poet?"(bob dylan)"i think of myself mostly as a song and dance man (laughter)."the prize in literature goes to a man better known for words delivered on the stage than on the page...(bob dylan)"is
welcome back -- it's n taking a look at your??????? your??????? a scary warning today over baby teething tablets.the f-d-a says the homeopathic remedy for teething may be linked to ten deaths and 400-il. 400-illnesses.the products are used to soothe teething babies, and many contain an ingredient called belladonna. hylands is a leading maker of homeopathic options and says it is not aware of any of its products causing babies to become sick.hylands joins other makers along with
tablets from store shelves.the f-d-a says the illnesses include fever, vomiting, tremors, and shortness of breath - and caregivers should stop using the teething tablets immediately. guacamole may start costing you more.avocado prices are soaring right now. now.one produce company says prices are the highest they've been in three decades.on average -- you'll pay about 2-to-3 dollars for a single avacado at the grocery store. it's all because there's a slim crop season in california -- and disputes ov pricining in mexico. amazon says it plans to hire 120-thousand workers this holiday season to keep up with . demand.the jobs will be created across 27 states at fulfillment and sorting centers - and customer service sites.last year - the online retail giant said it transitioned 14-thousand seasonal prositions to regular full-time jobs.the company expects that figure to grow this year. an original painting of the movie poster for e-t sold at an auction for 400-thousand dol. dollars.this painting has been
producer for over a decade.the iconic image of the 1982 movie is e-t's finger touching his human friend elliot's finger with the shining moon in the background. last week's box office champ " the girl on the train" has some competition this weekend. weekend.kevin hart's live standup project "what now?" hits theatres, hoping to get lots of laughs. laughs.before the stand up routine he teams up with don cheadle and halle berry for a short vignette.this is his movie.also new this weekend, ben affleck stars as a math savant slash hired assassin who's hunted by the treasury department. it's called " the accountant." it's right now it's degrees in coming up next...the latest recommendation from samsung after their galaxy note 7 phones kept catching on fire. in your cbs 2 weather first
here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... this morning - iowa city will install a new 40-space bike parklet.it's the first of its kind in iowa city - and will be installed on the corner of washington and dubuque streets - right next to u-s bank.from - 7-thirty to 9 - folks are encouraged to bike downtown for molly's cupcakes will be up aways.house and give-aways.it will be up until winter - and then reinstalled next spring. in cedar rapids -- one of the city's best known shopping centers is for sale.collins road square in marion went on the market last week for 17-point-five-million-dollars. the strip mall is where michael's -- collins road theaters and pier one furniture are. samsung is now telling galaxy note 7 owners to send their
that the smartphones can catch on fire. fire.bridget carey shows us what they need to do - and how it differs, depending on what carrier you have. have. "samsung is giving $100 dollars to galaxy note 7 customers if they stick with a samsung for their next phone. now that the phone is offically recalled for a second time, customers of these fire-prone note 7s are instructed to shut off the phone and return it immedetly. customers that exchange it for another samsung phone will get $100 in credit to show those that want a full refund or switch to another brand will get an extra $25 dollars from samsung for their troubles. and retailers, including amazon, are also giving money back for accessories. but exchanging the phone can be a headache depending on where you bought it form. most retailers say you can walk into a store to turn it in, but verizon is asking people to do their exchange online, and verizon will send a box to mail the phone. (samsung video: 00;48;28 - 01;18;21) samsung
thermally insulated boxes to return the phones -- because simply dropping a potentially explosive lithium ion battery in the mail is a bad idea. in samsung's return kit, you only have to return the phone -- it goes in a plastic static- shield bag, then into a box, which goes into another box, and that goes into a third box that's lined with white cermaic fiber paper. that paper may iritate skin so samsung also included gloves to handle the packaging. us regulations prohibit shipping recalled batteries by air, so it will have to travel news of the note 7's continued problems came to light earlier this week, some cnet update viewers wrote in to tell me they just don't want to return the phone, most reasons were because there's just not much out there like the note 7 with it's large screen and stylus. these users are loyal -- but that loyalty may mean we could see more risks of fires if people continue to use it. if your safety isn't enough to convince you, then remember -- it's resale value is $0. which
in to say they are switching to older note models just to keep with something similar." "that's it for this tech news update, i'm bridget carey and you can stay on top of the biggest stories at cnet.com/update. samsung says they now plan on losing about 3-billion dollars over the issue. issue. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in mi group sticking with trump over one important issue. issue.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the corridor. corridor. i'm chuck grassley, and i approve
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the alarming trend at the right now on cbs 2 this morning trying to get one part of town back after developing information about two hurricanes growing in the atlantic. welcome to cbs 2 this morning this morning. not a whole lot of traffic right now. those cars are moving. there are plenty of headlights but nothing much to worry about so far this morning.>> welcome to cbs 2 this morning. happy friday. this check in with the weather