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right now, live at five,both major party presidential candidates are in the right knew both major corridors are no the corridor trying to win over iowa voters. we're in trance vailan where two people can spend two nights in the and now let's go to brandon marshal and your weather first forecast. the heat is on. >> absolutely. today was the 3th time that we had a high temperature over 70 degrees in cedar rapids. and had is the most since 2000. and the winds south around 14 and plenty of cloud as you can check out the satellite and radar and we'll see a little clouds in the overnight hours and this is clearing up to the
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move back in tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon before the next system moves in tomorrow night. and friday night football looking good, cloudy and mild and a little breeze written a the temperatures under mostly cloudy skies and we could see areas of patchy fog and 60 in iowa city. i'll let you know how long the mild weather will last in the forecast. a 11 days before election day of the accident the fbi is reviewing hillary clinton's personal e-mail server during her time of secretary of state. a fews in ago the fbi director recommended no charges filed against the candidate. but a letter said that recent developments urged him to take another look.
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by former congressman anthony wiener. and that news was developing, clinton supporters gathered in the district to see the democratic in many knee speak. and we're live with more. kevin? >> reporter: hillary clinton did not mention that the latest development that we found out about earlier today. 11 days till election day. her camp the stop. and they had planned parenthood all part of the prom before she took out the shirt and pink shirts through the crowd and they brought in a dj and song wires to provide live entertainment to try to get democrats out to vote early. >> mosh than 16 and a half --
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people have voted. and in iowa, 370,000 people have cast their vote. >> reporter: coming up on cbs2 news at 6:00, we'll talk about the the message that she has for the district and the response of flood protection in the cedar rapids. kevin barry,. >> do you think the wikileaks scandal will affect the outcome of the presidential election. go to the question of the day link. trump supporters are joining right now. and steffy lee continues our coverage from there. >> reporter: as you can see so far, the smarters are filing in here. and one thing to note is place was put under water and that was a floodplain four months ago. and people may want to listen
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flood protection policies and fee is trump will try to capitalize on the latest leaked information about hillary clinton. during our your voice injure future vote and the ongoing e- mail scandal. >> temperment is one thing but not finding 33,000 e-mails. that bothers me a lot more t >> reporter: and the next 11 days we'll fee we'll see if this is something that trump can benefit from. cbs2 news live at 5:00. republican vice presidential nominee mike pence had a rough day yesterday. his plane slid off the runway when he was landing in new york. his family and staff was on
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our submission to we can the presidential candidates to our viewers to better inform and empower you. and we have reached out to the candidates to participate in extended interviews with our station but our sister stations across the country. and we still want to hear from you, tell us what you want to know from the candidates. you can share your thoughts with us by e-mail or facebook. cbs2 news first reported last week that the perception of police officers across the country than it has been in decades. and melanie moore is live in liberty where residents got to serve their opinions on those that serve and protect them. >> reporter: the north liberty police chief said that the survey is something that the department has wanted to do for about a year and a half and the chief said that she hopes that the results from the survey help them to serve the
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days and they wanted to know about the perception of crime in the north neighborhood and if it was positive or negative. and # 9% of responses -- 89% of the ponces said they are -- responses said that they are doing a good or >> i was surprised and very happy with the results. they are driving to do that for the community. >> reporter: despite the good review, the police chief said there's room for improvement and the results of this survey are going to be shared with all the officer so they can work moore, cbs 2 news. and things north liberty is working hard to keep up with its growing population. part of that means upgrading the water supply. the city will upgrade
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quality. that will include a new treatment plant at the city's public works campus on front street and two new wells. an iowa school district will start using seat belts on some of their buses. the des moines school district is adding lap and shoulder belts on one bus as part of a state study. they plan to have two outfitted by december.the national highway traffic safety administration recently recommended seat belts for school buses but cost is a big factor. seat belts costs from seventy-five-hundred to ninety-five-hundred-dollars per bus. medicine given to tochildren who suffer from migraines, may not be effective. effective.researchers tested two of the most commonly prescribed medications.. they found they were actually ?less effective than placebo sugar pills. according to their study - the drugs also had negative side effects in children like fatique, dry mouth and tingling in their
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doctors still agree that breast feading is better for babies.but now scientists say a new ingredient added to some baby formulas helps infants support their immune systems more like breast-fed babies. the study found breast milk is best for babies.but formulas with special "pre-biotics" found in human milk provide more immune health benefits. and get this - researchers have also discovered that ?men can take birth control shots. a study therapy tested 95-percent effective. there is a downside though. the shots appear to cause significant side effects like depression and muscle pain. more than 75-percent of the participants were still open to using this kind of method of contraception. now meteorologist brandon marshl marshallis here with your weather first forcast for this weekend - which looks like
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vernon: they're like a lot of iowans -- they get up early, get the kids to school, and get to work. but too often, washington stacks the deck against us. we need to build an economy that works for the middle class. instead of giving breaks to big business, we need to cut taxes
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m monica vernon, and i approve this message because i'll never forget who i work for. ?teal colored pumpking are popping up again this year to raise awareness for food allergies.find out what those pumpkins mean as you may know - people who don't pay their parking tickets in some cities can end up people that don't pay their parking ticket in some cities could end up with a boot on their car and now it makes it easier for the authorities and the drivers t is called the barnackle and it is designed to block the driver's vision. in the past, they had to pay the bill and wait for
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off the heavy metal boom. and it is designed so the driver can immediately call the parking authority and pate ticket with a credit card over the phone and then they get a code. >> they receive the code and seat (oc) and then they have 24 hours to return it to a predetermined drop off location." the barnacle is being tested in pensylvania and florida. it costs about six hundred dollars each. the company expects to roll it out in more
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still ahead live at five... an inside look at the home to the creepiest and most infamous vampire of all time. and we look at the vampire of all time. this is 32nd street. typical for this friday afternoon. just typical rush hour traffic. cbs2iowa.comconnect with us on facebook -- facebook.com/kgancb. kgancbs2.
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two fearless souls will come face-to-fang with the legend of dracula. the winners of a cont curdling halloween night inside the vampire's famed transylvania castle. cbs 2 transylvania. two people can spend a night inside dracula's castle. and we went to romania to see what tricks own treats are in store for them. >> reporter: this misty mountain top manner was reserved for roils till now. and for -- royals till now.
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wood evil wooden doors to two overnight guests to the public. and it is the backdrop -- for the 1897 classic dracula. and he has candle lit corridor and secret passageways. >> you will arrive by horse drawn carriage. >> reporter: and air b&b received more than 80,000 entries for its contest for people -- people longing to spend a night any the castle. the blood thirsty dracula remains the most popular horror figure of all time.
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knows. >> it evolves other than superstition and immortality. it is in people's consciousness. what happenss when you die? >> reporter: you will find out if count dracula lives on. contestants wrote in from all over the world in ten different languages, and the winning entry came from canada and they are of one of the world's authorities on gothic literature. we wish them well. this is a live lookout side. and we like to show you the bears out hunting for some
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sometimes, maybe it's worth listening to a politician. take congressman rod blum. on social security, blum doesn't just back the republican special interest agenda-- he's campaigning on it. for years, he's pressed to privatize social security, risking seniors' guaranteed benefits on the stock market. and blum supported benefit cuts by voting to raise social security's retirement age. so if you care about a secure retirement, listen to rod blum: he's putting your security at risk. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this message. hojudge. judge?pac is responsible
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the cbs evening news is next country fans can rejoice because diersks bently will be coming to the corridor. he'll be performing at
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performing february 18th. it is part his world tour with country artist -- and the tickets will be available november 4th. and let's get one more look at your weather forecast. >> we'll keep the clouds around for most of the night and a little clearing in the northern counties and the average high temperature is 56 degrees and the lows tonight are going to be in the upper 50s if that tells you anything. and we could morning. and we'll start out with 59 and partly cloudy skies and partly sunny in the afternoon and another warm day with the temperatures around 70 and scattered showers move in tomorrow night and much cooler and back around average. >> what a great saturday. >> thank you for joining us for
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our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. what example will we set? what kind of country will we be?
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: an october surprise. >> i need to open with a very critical breaking news announcement. >> pelley: the f.b.i. reoppose the criminal investigation of hillary clinton, 11 days before the also tonight, passengers scramble as an american airlines jetliner catches fire. >> oh. my. god. >> pelley: as more voters consider making recreational pot legal, listen to a doctor where it already is. >> it's affecting the emergency room. it's affecting the operating room. it's affecting just about every aspect of medicine. >> pelley: and steve hartman

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