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morning...the first ever woman to serve as attorney general died overnight. how she broke ground not only for hillary the first woman to serve for attorney general died last night. donald trump is inching his weight in aisle polls after the fbi decides to ballots could change the way washington works. here's what it looks like over interstate 380 nea on your monday morning drive. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm jenee ryan. ryan. let's get a check of our cbs 2
first woman to serve as attorney general just died hours ago. ago.cbs two news reporter stephanie johnson is at the breaking news desk with more? more?jenee--janet reno died early this morning---her god daughter said that she died from complications of parkinson's disease. morning. janet reno died early this morning. her goddaughter said she died from complications of parkinson's disease. she was the first woman appointed as attorney gener clinton in 1993. shia controversial acts and clarity -- including the deadly seizure of waco. this is a video from the 90s. also the seizure of gonzales, there was a bitter cassidy battle and his father. he was returned back to cuba with his father. janet reno received backlash for that. she died at age 78.
iowans will be lining up at the polls. the presidential candidates, the the sarah gets are all making vows. many are in key iowa states to secure votes before election 2016 comes to an end. james comey announced to congress the discover of new emails that could be pertinent to the investigation into clinton's private email reprieve for the democratic presidential candidate. comey sent another letter saying "we have not changed on our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton."meaning - no charges on the way. the clinton campaign is expected to push this news as voters begin heading to the polls. no charges are on the way. still ahead of us. us.however - the october surprise may have done detrimental damage to the
since comey's initial announcement - millions of early votes were cast around the u-s and the clinton campaign worries it turned away independent and republican women voters. that shift - showing up here in iowa - a new des moines register poll shows donald trump has a seven-point lead over clinton. one day before the election - this makes trump the favorite to win iowa's six electoral votes. analysts say donald trump can't afford to lose iowa - pointing out there are ways for clinton to win the 270 needed electoral votes. but it's not just the president we're voting for tomorrow - several other names are on the ballot including chuck grassley and patty judge. the house of representatives is safely republican this election season -- but the senate i sup for grabs in 2016 and it could have a massive impact on the most basic ways congress works -- or doesn't. doesn't.cbs 2 political reporter kevin barry explains
in a 2016 election full of f-b-i investigations -- and accusations of sexual assault -- earning a spot in congress may have less to do with riding presidential coattails than ever before. before.both parties are aware of the potential for problems at the top of the ticket to affect races farther down. that's roughly how it's played out in ohio's senate race for incumbent republican rob portman.he's considered a moderate -- who could the "fringe-outside" candidate is popular.instead -- he's outraised his opponent by millions -- and has a double- digit lead in the polls.iowa senator joni ernst says his race is a good benchmark for the rest of the senate. senate.he has demonstrated the hard work for his consittuents, they recognize that and they want him to return to the u.s. senate.in wisconsin -- one of the few successful tea party republicans is in a much harder fight.ron johnson rode the anti-obamacare wave into congress in 2010 -- and was trailing at one point by double digits.he's tightened
wisconsin went democrat in the last two presidential races. races.it looks at this point like he won't be relected this year.new hampshire is more than just the nation's first primary -- sitting democratic governor maggie hassan is challenging republican seator kelly ayotte for her senate seat.ayotte broke with the g-o-p to support president obama's plan to cut carbon emissions -- but hassan is trying to hold her accountable for donald trump's statements. statements.illinois is shaping up to illinois is shaping up to be one of the democrats biggest senate victories.republcian mark kirk was a vulnerable incumbent anyway -- before he and his democratic challenger -- tammy duckworth -- met on a debate st. stage.duckworth actually ?is decended from
and she has a purple heart from fighting in iraq.the current rules of the senate mean that you need 60 votes to end debate on most issues and begin voting to pass legislation.it's safe to say that whoever owns the senate majority on november 9th won't have 60 seats. seats.of the 34 seats up for re-election -- shown here in gray --9 of them are safely democratic seats -- 14 are safely republican.that means that democrats need only 6 to take a majority.if we end with both parties locking in 50 seats -- the newly elected vice president will break all ties. kevin barry reporting. and before you decide who should lead the country - join us for a final look at the campaign on election eve.don't miss iowa in focus - vote 20-16 election special - hosted by political reporter kevin barry. you can watch it tonight at 10- 30 on our sister station fox 28. today - flags fly at half- staff to honor two fallen des moines officers.
their lives - gunned down - unprovoked - in the line of duty last week. flags will stay at hald staff until sunset tuesday. later this morning - sergeant beminio will be laid to rest. his funeral will be held at 11 at lutheran church of hope in west des moines. he will be buried at glendale cemetery in des moines. the visitation for officer martin is being held tonight from 4 to eight at a school in rockwell city. his funeral is scheduled for 11-40 morning. 11-40 was officer martin's badge number. the urbandale police department is now retiring that number. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.coming up - campaign 2016 is nearly through - and instead of looking back at the devisive moments, we've decided to take a look at the
and even attacked republicans who spoke out against trump. send me back to congress, and you send donald trump to the white house. rod blum and donald trump. wrong for iowa. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. let's take a look at what is ahead in our headlines today. sunshine and this warning will be mild. it is 64. we will watch the clouds build as we head towards the afternoon and evening. we may see ace gray raindrop
by 10:00, we will see a small chance of rain and it will be more widespread around 4 am tomorrow morning. it is 58 degrees at 10:00 this morning. it is 68 at lunchtime. it is quite. it is 14 degrees above normal. the last picture of the skycam. we took a snapshot they are of the sunrise taking shape. the southeast winds are at 7 right now. visibility is 3 miles out of the city. everybody is smooth sailing out there. it is 38 and iowa city and 42 interview, 37 in waterloo, and up into core, 41 degrees. the temps are currently, we have the upper 30s in fort dodge. upper 30s and carol and orgies and spencer. we have the low 60s and mid to upper 60s in the south and
it is cooler as we head to western iowa today. satellite and radar offer clears -- clear skies. the predictor says there is a cold front that is moving through. as the boundary moves through, there is a little bit of rain chance. any moisture this evening, it is light and not a game changer. the bigger take away is the we head to election day. i hope you have enjoyed the mild weather. we stay above normal but not as much above normal. there is a little hit of light rain expected through five a clock. we will have sunshine for election day. look at your corridor forecast. we have a mild day with a south breeze. the -- it is 67 in central
divisive campaign.but there were also plenty of funny momen. moments.and after all this, we could use a few laughs.jeanne moos highlights some of the funniest moments some far. far. from the moment donald trump took an escalator to announce his candidacy, campaign 2016 has escalated into laughs.from awkward air kissing to sniff.)to coughing.(hillary clinton/ (d) presidential candidate) (hillary coughs) "everytime i think about trump i get allergic."the donald's not allergic to kids.he actually signed one, but threatened to re-assign another.(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "don't worry about that baby. i love babies."a minute later.(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate)" actually i was only kidding, you can get the baby out of here."and then there was mini trump.(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "do you want to go back to them or want to stay with donald trump?" ("trump.") a crowd pleasing answer til
the last word he hears.(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "what's your name?" ("name.")and then there was the child-like delight in balloons.natshill and bill batted and kicked them.(jimmy kimmel/ host, "jimmy kimmel live!" "it seemed like he'd seen balloons for the first time in his life." (hillary big laugh) "i mean look how delighted he is."the donald seemed delighted with his own pronunciation.(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "nevaaaada. nobody says it the other way, it has to be nevaaaaada." national correspondent) "actually donald, wrong! this is right."nats - "ne vad da." at one rally-(donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate) "get this thing out of here will ya?"trump attacked his >> at a rally, get this thing out of your, will you? that he attacked his teleprompter. he publicly humiliated it. >> stupid microphone keeps popping.>> remember when hillary parked in her microphone?>> this happened and it donald trump rally.
>> it was hillary. >> [ laughter ]>> reporter: the donald attracts mosquitoes. >> there was a mosquito. i do not want mosquitoes.>> reporter: up hillary appears to flies. of only time would fly so weakening get relief from the constant buzzing of the candidates. cnn, new york.>> that whole package is hilarious. >> he does not mosquitoes.>> this has been such a crazy election year. i am so happy i was able to be a part of it. it has been nuts but i am excited for it to be over.>> [ overlapping speakers ] >> wednesday morning we have to never hear about it again. >> except in the history books and the recounts of the election afterward.[ laughter
dog project in massachusetts. it is 36 degrees there but these puppies are ready to downplay. they have treats and they are jumping all over the place. they are so cute. those are great danes. they are going to be huge. you're welcome. we had to share that with you this morning. puppies. let's move on. we were talking about the advanced parkinson's treatment. it is leave patients completely debilitated. and giving some of them hope to be able to lead normal lives. that is a big deal. this doctor brings a story.>> reporter: jack mckeon takes nothing for granted these days, even making a cup of coffee. >> he retired as a police commissioner and naval officer and he has advanced parkinson's disease. he is receiving treatment to manager systems and it is not
am. it impacted my ability to be productive. i was depressed about that.>> reporter: the doctors at north shore university hospital, they in -- inject a small intestine that is connected to a pop. they are delivered for up to 16 hours per day. doctor paul wright says patients using the treatment no longer have to worry about taking pills at the gh be infused in a consistent manner. and it is absorbed in a consistent manner. they are on it all the time. there's no wearing a. >> reporter: jack was dancing with his wife half an hour after the procedure. >> he was spinning around. it is amazing. >> reporter: jack says it was event after getting the pump. (sot jack mckeon/advanced
to that event last year and i had to be helped to a chair, be helped to my car. // this year i went. i didn't need any help at all . i held her hand. we ran across the street. these are big things.(track) that's the way he hopes his granddaughter will remember him.. independent and able to enjoy doing things with his family. dr. max gomez, cbs news, manhasset, ny it's it's right now it's degrees in pet owners are buying a unique 38 degrees at a sunny day. pet owners have unique accessories so they can let passersby know who they are supporting or not supporting for the election. you will want to see this. sunshine on the way today. it is cooler through this monday. take a look at the forecast. it is in the 60s in the north. upper 60s in the south. we'll talk about what is ahead
not a bad start today. we had a little bit of sunshine for you as we head out. you can see it is nice and sunny with the skies. it is 43 degrees, 38 in iowa city, 47 in waterloo, 43 into is featuring the mid-60s with a mainly sunny sky at lunchtime. we have the upper 60s this afternoon. the clouds will build. there is satellite and radar. we have a little of cloud cover this morning. it is more widespread as the day rolls on. as you see at, the clouds are moving in this afternoon and evening. you can see light rain later tonight. the predictor is four hours ahead of itself.
forecast. speaking of the forecast, it is 60 in the north and low 70s in a cell. 60 in iowa city, 67 in cedar rapids. clouds are building and the 50s tomorrow and it will be up raise and clouded day for tomorrow. it is 56 on wednesday. we will stay in the upper 50s to low 60s on friday and back to the upper 50s on sunday. a dog spot in minnesota is getting a lot of attentio accessories. support. i think a lot of our customers love it. i mean it's just a very lighthearted look at the election. people always see it, they pick up the boxes, they laugh, sometimes they buy it, sometimes they put it down. they'll buy it for friends. it's a fun election jo. joke.donald trump's is called the "re-poop-lican" bag.and hillary clinton's is the "demo- crap" bag.so far - the owner
official tally on which candidates bags are selling better. good morning again -- it's now 6-29 and thanks for starting your week with us on cbs 2 this morning. coming up: another officer killed in a shooting overnight in the line of duty now makes more than 50 this year. the latest details from peach county. you're watching c-b-s 2 this year. the latest details on this most recent shooting.
the land of a sex of vendor charged with several murders. how they are working to uncover a serial murder case. i am stephanie johnson. we will have a report next. we may live look at traffic on hold from run on this money morning. the sun is coming up. the drivers are coming out. it is not enough to slow you down. you are set to get to where you need to be jenee brian. i hope your weekend was fantastic and you are ready to take on this monday by its horns. let's look at the weather first forecast. how was your weekend?>> it is calm and quiet.>> just like the weather. >> it is nice and mild as we had through the day. the temperatures will warm to the upper 60s. look at where we have been the last few hours. it is 43 degrees.
dubuque. it is a nice start to the day. america's favorite river city. it is 42 degrees. let's go north of dubuque and look at prayer machine. they have 7 miles visibility -- visibility there. there is three-mile visibility in iowa city. it is 43 in cedar rapids with the winds out of the south, 5 to 10 miles per hour. it is nice and sunny and the clouds they will slide our way. we have mainly sunny at lunchtime and 64. partly sunny this afternoon and 67 degrees. we will let you know how warm it will be over the next few days. we will let you know how much of a chance of rain there is tonight. that is in about 10 minutes time. jenee? thank you. law-enforcement agencies are
of duty. the officers among those making the journey to the officers services this weekend. an officer down which tracks dozens of corridor officers will attend the funerals. they say the outpouring of support would be the same for any iowa officer because they all understand the dangers they face every day. for service we don't get a choice wheather we go on it or not we have to respond and we know thats our job so when we respond we know we're taking that risk and so when we go to the funerals to show our support for those families and for the angencies there we know that if something would happen to us we would want our families to be taken care of, our fellow officers to be taken care of also." also."holland adds - these deaths are especially hard to understand because the
defend themselves in the ambush attacks. later this morning -sergeant beminio will be laid to rest. his funeral will be held at 11 at lutheran church of hope in west des moines. he will be be held at the church of hope. the visitation for officer martin is being held tonight at a school and rockwell city.'s funeral is scheduled for tomorrow at 11:40 a.m. that was his the urbandale police department is retiring the number in his honor. an officer was shot and killed overnight and it marks the 52nd killed in the line of duty this year. georgia deputies responding to a dispute late last night when they were shot. deputy patrick died from his injuries. the other officer remains in critical condition right now. the whole thing began in byron, an hour and a half south of
the suspect fired at the deputies just moments after they left there squad cars. spent they got out and walked maybe 10 or 15 yards and they came under fire. they were struck. they went down right there.>> the officers returned fire and hit the suspect. he is taken into custody and he is being treated for gunshot wound. the man accused of chaining up a woman in a metal crate for two months is a todd was being interviewed for the kidnapping of caleb brown and he confessed to other cold case murders. lucas and beverly were all killed at the repair shop. they said he was a customer and committed murders. the victim's family say as horrible as this, 13 years later, they are thankful to know what happened.
years that high of been able to tell you i have a bit of optimism, a little bit of hope.>> on his way home it was closure. >> authorities discovered the body of a man later identified as brown's boyfriend on the property. kohlhepp led investigators to two ot property. details are coming in after another oklahoma earthquake hit last night. stephanie johnson is at the breaking news desk. she is looking into it all morning. stephany, what do we know?>> scientists are blaming the earthquake on tracking. it hit near the town of fishing and madison central oklahoma. your images from our affiliate
scientist say that earthquakes start in this area back in 2009. after oil companies began striking and extracting oil and gas from the ground. there are no reports of deaths or injuries. that is the latest back to you.>> thank you and we will stop top of that. we are learning more about the cedar rapids shooting jeremy missile -- mitchell last week. shooting a year earlier. he and another officer killed gosse malacca -- october. he was trying to run away and was shooting at the officers and they return hiring hit him. jones was cleared of the shooting by the dci for the shooting of jeremy mitchell. last tuesday, officer jones pulled the chill over. he says mitchell started fighting with him and he shot
cars, including an unmarked police car before being arrested and taken to the hospital. he is paralyzed. they are trying to call for investigators to release the dash cam video from that night. four years and $400 million later, children's hospital is opening a store. connor morgan takes us on a tour and explains how this hospital reporter: in the four years it has taken to build a new university of iowa children's hospital, the football team has gone from average to amazing i'm sure the hawks will not mind sharing the spotlight with its neighbor. from a parking garage for patients and family to the tallest building in iowa city, university of iowa children's hospital is gearing up for guests.
help but notice the construction activity. there is curiosity. >> reporter: that curiosity drove people to see the spaces we can the executive director and the project director say those guests had a hand in the final product.>> one of the most -- best things about the product, we have had well over 600 people of faculty and staff and kids and families themselves help with the design. input from families who stayed here, for long periods of time, and they brought amenities to the hospital for future people who use the facility.>> reporter: 14 force and more than 500,000>> reporter: 14 force and more than 500,000 ft.2 are sure to draw your attention. the facility is dedicated to serving and distracting the children in need of its services.>> kids of all ages
to the west, kinnick stadium." connor morgan reporting, the hospital will take on its first patient december 10th. it's and right now in it's degrees.there's still more cbs 2 this morning to come.but first let's take a look at what we're working on for fox 28 morning live. live.we're celebrating thanksgiving a couple weeks early by giving you a sneak peak at one of the most elaborate events of the year. plus, an in depth look at the life and career of the first woman in history to become the government's top lawyer. that's coming up fox 28 morning live, eastern iowa's only local news at 7 a-m. a-m.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
good morning. whether time we start with a look at the headlines. we sunshine and mild today. it is the mid 60s in the north. it is upper 60s in the south. clouds will build this afternoon into the evening time. it is 49 degrees that 9:00. it is 57 at 11. we have a high as 67 degrees. the skies are partly cloudy this afternoon. it will be cloudy this evening. with a beautiful start to did a in cedar rapids. it is 40. it is 42 degrees in dubuque. with a south wind at 5:00. plan accordingly.
here's a look at some of the other things going on around eastern iowa on this monday days. here is a look at the other inks going on this monday morning. dozens of officers are heading to central iowa today to pay there respects for the officers that were assassinated in the line of duty last week. officer martin's funeral is set for tomorrow morning. back we want to show our support for the officers. on friday, we head a back to believe that. we taped thin blue line setbacks of cars.
officers that protect the communities they serve. you can show your support by placing a blue line on the back of your car also. the line should not be removed until the final officer is laid to rest. the thin blue line is not just for cars. a quarter sony company started putting it on the donuts they so. they had more than $27,000 in two days. the money is now going straight to the families of the officers. good happy monday to you. if you are in waverley and waking up, it is 42 degrees. here is and update on the most important stories coming up in a moment. you will want to stick around for that. here is a you a full look
now at i-80 in iowa city near happy monday morning. it is 6:50. we are about to take a look at i-80 in iowa city. it is heading out -- if you're heading out there, it is going to be looking good for you. not too much traffic heading out. of a good way if you're heading out about. the polls open in less than 24 hour the next country leader will be tomorrow night. that is ours to go. the candidates, as well the circuits, they are making the rounds. many stop in key iowa states like iowa to secure votes before election 2016 comes to grassley is facing patty judge in a senate race. grassley has held the seat for decades - but - after he refused to hold hearings for president obama's
judge entered the race. as we told you last half hour- that seat is among several democrats hope to turn blue. meanwhile - republican lawmakers are on the trail - hoping to sway voters for several seats. congressman rod blum is campaigning hard to hold his frist district seat rod is campaigning log to hold his seat in and avoid handing it over to monica. both are in the district includes dubuque and today, jody ernst will hold a meet and greet from 11:30 to 12:15 at the restaurant and marion. if you want to avoid long lines at the poles, today is the last day to capture an absentee ballot. if you have one, mail it in, you can walk into the auditor's office before the polls close to turn it in. the auditors office will be
you can vote at 8:00 until five a clock in iowa city. if you are waiting for election day before you decide who you want to make the important decision of our country, join us or a final look at the campaign tonight. do not miss iowa focus, vote 2016 special posted by kevin barry. it starts tonight at 10:30 on fox 28. it is 6:53 on this monday morning. it is 40 degrees in west union. when we come back, we will look at the stories you need to know before heading out the
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killed jonathan gossman last october. he was trying to run away and started shooting at the officers. they returned fire hitting gossman. officer jones was cleared of the shooting but is now being investigated by the dci for shooting jeremy mitchell. around 1 am on tuesday, they pulled mitchell over. he said mitchell started fighting with the all officer who shot them. mitchell drove away and hit two cars before being arrested and taken to the hospital. mitchell's family said he is investigators to release the dash cam video that night. the polls will open in 24 hours. if you want to avoid long lines, today is the last day to cast your absentee ballot. if you've not mounted in, you just walk into the auditor's office before the polls close. in cedar rapids you can vote from 8 to 5. according to the press, a local activist
measured c to get signatures. measure c aims to lower the number of required signatures for petition filed to the city. the required number of signatures was raised to 25% of voter turnout this drops it to 10%. it is kind of cool if we look live in dubuque. it is a little logging and parts of the area. it is 40 and cedar rapids. here is our bus we will warm to 46 degrees and 64 with sunny skies at lunchtime. it is 67 in this afternoon and light rain possible from midnight until 4 a.m. it is breezy and cooler tomorrow.
. election day is one day the candidates make one final push through the battleground states. we talk to robby mook and kellyanne conway. the february says it's not recommending charges against hillary clinton after going through thousands of recently discovered e-mails. republicans promise to keep investigating. and first on "cbs this morning," new jersey governor chris christie talks with charlie breaking his silence about two close associates convicted in the bridgegate scandal.