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we have the latest live. it is a beautiful day. hard to forget that yesterday was halloween. today is november 1st. take a look at the temperatures the last few hours. hard to believe we are where we are. 65 degrees at 10:00. just one tick away from the 70s. plenty of sunshine. on the board. iowa city, 73. the wind has turned north at 5- 10. still warming. take a look at the satellite radar. the clouds we are seeing are thin high-level clouds. not keeping us from a lot of sunshine. a nice quiet day. partly to mostly cloudy night tonight. are chances moving in later tonight. and into the overnight. starting in southern iowa and becoming more widespread as we go through the overnight hours. we will talk more about that
i will let you know how warm it will stay. seventys today. until you see where we are the rest of the week and the weekend. in about ten minutes, i will have the full forecast. right now cbs2 continues to follow the breaking news this morning. a routine traffic stop in cedar rapids turned violent. at the coe college campus. stephanie johnson has been on the scene since 2:00 a.m. this morning bringing you the latest information. and you are alive again now. what is happening now? >> reporter: jenee, the entrance to coe college is blocked off while police are continuing their investigation. take a look behind me. you can see the suspect vehicle right behind me. it crashed into one car and impacted three other cars. further down the road, you will
this is the entrance to coe college. still blocked after a routine traffic stop turned into an officer involved shooting and a car accident. right now the iowa division of criminal investigation is investigating this incident. it all started on centerpoint road and e avenue around 1:15 a.m. this morning when a police officer pulled over the suspect. an altercation broke out between the two. when the suspect attacked the officer. the cop then shot at the suspect who jumped back in his car and fled the scene. he went southbnd first avenue and t-boned an unmarked police vehicle and hit a parked car. the officer in the unmarked car had to be extracted from the vehicle. but he is recovering with non- life-threatening injuries. the suspect is that university of iowa hospital with life-threatening injuries. the identity of the suspect has not been released. police are waiting to contact
centerpoint road and e avenue will remain closed while police continue the investigation into this incident. covering the corridor, stephanie johnson, back to you. around the same time around 1:30 a.m. this morning, police arrived to rolling street southwest on reports of a car versus train crash. it appeared the train hit the cadillac on the tracks. police tell cbs2 news that it seems the driver tried to get around the train when they were hit. witnesses say the train slowly backing up at the time. police confirmed that the driver was not seriously hurt nor was a 23-year-old passenger. the driver was cited for not yielding to a train. overnight as well, firefighters arrived to a car that crashed into a tree at wiley boulevard and first avenue. they pulled out at least two victims from the suv.
both victims have life- threatening injuries. cbs2 news did speak with witnesses on the scene. >> there was already a firefighter there. he said he was a firefighter. he was trying to see if she was all right. >> so far, no names have been released in this crash yet. new details on breaking news we brought you this morning. at least a 60 villard at after a school bus and commuter bus crash. this is video from the horrific scene in baltimore, maryland. in addition to the six dead, ten more people were rushed to the hospital with injuries ranging from minor to clinical. no kids on the school bus at the time. the driver was one of those who died. investigators say the bus struck the rear of the mustang and then hit a concrete pillar. and then drove into oncoming traffic. that is when the school bus had the transit bus. after all of that, no identities have been released
today president barack obama approved a major disaster declaration for 19 iowa county stick this in response to flood 2016 in september and october. a declaration next federal money available on a state, local and nonprofit level. for help with emergency work, repair and replacement from any storm damage. the federal emergency management agency also says more money be -- at a later date if approved. this morning, back in johnson county jail nine months after being released. lola pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide three years ago for running over pamela gross with a pickup truck. police say she and gross got into a fight for the deadly
drink at a nearby bar. she was sentenced to 25 years in prison but released after only serving just over two. according to police reports, she violated parole last month and is being held on a $25,000 bond. throughout the 2016 election, the presidential campaign made several stops in iowa. now we learned on wednesday that house speaker paul ryan visits waterloo. he comes in support of representative rod blanc. he is fighting for reelection in the first congressional district of iowa against monica vernon. as a new congressman, his first vote in house was to get rid of also -on democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine and former president bill clinton are both stopping in iowa.kaine will attend a "get out and vote event" in dubuque. president clinton will make stops in sioux city and waterloo. then - they both will meet up in des moines for an event in des moines. only a week to the presidential election and the race is tightening once again. this - in light of an announcement made on friday by the f-b-i that hillary clinton's emails are once
national correspondent all of this is in light of the announcement made friday by the fbi that hillary clinton's e- mails are once again under investigation. our national correspondent connects all of the dots for us now. and the major players in the latest news. >> former new york congressman anthony weiner again making headlines for this time, for his computer, sees and an investigation launched by the fbi into allegations that anthony with an underage girl. now separated, anthony weiner and his wife, huma abedin, were married for 16 years. huma abedin is hillary clinton's top eight. e-mails on the computer prompted the fbi to notify congress about the new investigation being opened. >> they are looking into exactly if these e-mails are related to hillary and if there is any classified material that was on the devices that they seized.
relationship between the fbi and the department of justice. located right across the street from one another, they are in some ways now, a house divided. >> critics say james comey violated a long-standing policy not to do anything that could influence an election within 16 days of the election. >> the department and the fbi have strict rules on and they can comment about ongoing cases. director james comey violated those rules. >> many wondering just what affect the fbi news will have on the election many say it will more likely impact other races. >> democrats may not get the senate -- it will narrow the margin for hillary. >> and abc news washington post poll shows 34% of those surveyed will be less likely to vote for her. a tightening race in what has been an october full of surprises.
the decision to go public has gotten fbi director james comey a lot of blowback. iowa republican senators even pointed out how unfair he thinks it is for the election process. he had written james comey a letter where he acknowledges the tough decision that james, he faced. he says without additional context, the disclosure is not fair to congress, the american people or secretary clinton. factual context is important. >> that brings us to our question of the day. if the election were today, who would you vote for? to answer, go to our website, cbs2iowa.com. click on the question of the day link and let us know. toys for tots kicked off this week. you can now bring any new or unwrapped toys to one of many locations in linn county. toys for tots hopes to help
this year. ages from newborn up to 14 years old. last year, the organization collected over 17,000 gifts and gave them to 2100 kids. that is phenomenal. this year, cbs2 news is a proud sponsor of toys for tots. you can find a full list of drop off points on our website. coming up on cbs2 news at noon, showing off what iowa has to offer. how the iowa d.o.t. plans to do just that. plenty of sunshine today. that translates into milder weather. showers late tonight. much needed rain tomorrow. 64 degrees as we head into break. that's take a look at the last day of october. sixty-six yesterday.
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one is the historic jefferson highway running north and south through iowa. the iowa d.o.t. director says this will showcase all iowa has to offer. the state is also adding extra routes to existing byways. it is 12:13 p.m. let's take a look at the weather forecast. mainly sunny as we had throughout the day -- head throughout the day. nice and mild. sixtys and 70s. tonight. more so throughout the day tomorrow. not a heavy rain. but it will bring a fair amount of moisture. it spreads to the north as we head through the day tomorrow. it is only one day. goes back to dry weather thursday friday saturday and sunday. >> a high of 72. mainly sunny skies. clouds building this evening. right now nice blue skies as we look
69 degrees. north wind at eight. it feels like 69. humidity, 70%. let's take a look at numbers on the map. what a cello, 68. iowa city, 73. dubuque, 66. waterloo, 62. trendy, low 60s. wind was starting out in the south. now the north. 4-8 miles per hour. temperatures on the board. here is the highest. there is the current numbers. a high of 71 in dubuque. upper 60s around decorah. burlington, 70s. des moines, 70s. there is cloud cover moving through the states. let's go to the surface map. area of low pressure will move through the state. that will bring cloud cover and moisture as we go through the late evening and overnight.
5-15 miles per hour. go from there to what is happening on the predictor. a nice quiet day. we will bring in cloud cover. later tonight, 9:00, 10:00, we will see the clouds after midnight, seeing showers in the southern part of the state. spreading north as the day continues. often on rain showers expected through wednesday. by later wednesday evening, 6:00, 7:00, there goes the rain. clouds moving out. dry late wednesday right back to the sunshine we go for thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. let's take a look at the corridor forecast. wind has turned from southwest, to the north. at 5-10. sunny, warm and comfortable. central city, 71. centerpoint, cedar rapids, 72. north liberty, iowa city, 73. the north part of the viewing area, mainly sunny and mild. the wind changing.
waterloo, manchester and dubuque along highway 20, all at 71 degrees. the southern part of the state today, same forecast. cedar rapids, low 70s. washington, 74. monticello, the same. tipton, 73. the extended picture. rain late tonight and through the day tomorrow. a high of 64. thirty-five and clearing tomorrow night. low 60s thursday. sunshine and back to the mild weather we go. mid to upper 60s for friday, saturday and sunday. looking good monday too with lower-60s on the board. don't forget to set the clock back one hour as you go to bed saturday night. the ten-day trend stays above normal except for one day wednesday when we go one degree below normal. baseball fans come our sister station tonight, fox28, game
should be a gorgeous night in cleveland. the game starts at 7:05 p.m. coverage starts at 6:30 p.m. first pitch, 67. wind is calm. a nice night. >> if the cubs win tonight, game seven. cleveland wednesday night, it is over. >> are you a cubs fan? >> i'm a cardinals fan >> brandon marshall was in the weather center and was like, what? >> you knew i was a cardinals fan. still ahead on cbs2 news score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right?
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>> quinn: look at you! out of bed and downstairs. >> eric: look at me. >> quinn: mmm. there
you go. [ sighs ] yeah, it's so good to see you out and about. >> eric: almost, huh? >> quinn: you know what, you got a ways to go, but you, mister, are improving. i'm gonna get you a glas water. i'm telling you, this is a day that i have been praying for. i know you're probably laughing. quinn, praying? but, yeah, i do. i pray. and i've been praying for you to get better and just -- [ piano plays ] oh! eric! it's wonderful! come on. come on. [ music stops ] no! what? >> eric: this is terrible.