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this morning, a judge will hear the case against mary beth haglin. haglin is accused of sexually exploiting a student while she was substitute teaching at washington high school last school year. during an interview, haglin admitted to the sexual relationship. after those interviews, her charges were elevated because prosecutors say she violated a no-contact order ?and appeared on the doctor phil show to discuss the case.she now faces a felony count. today, a former linn-mar district employee will appear before a judge. marcus cain is accud obscene material. the linn mar school district got the information in october and contacted police. police say cain sent a pornographic image to a minor around august 1st. while district officials say they can't release personnel matters - they do tell us cain no longer works for them. his initial appearance is set for 8:30 this morning. a man in waterloo is recovering after being shot last night. the waterloo cedar falls courier reports the victim showed up at unity point allen hospital with gunshot wounds to his hand, side and
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kern street. in that area, police found a car with bullet holes and cash in the street. right now, they're still searching for suspects. a new warning this morning after a deadly holiday weekend crash. two were killed and two officers hurt on interstate 380 saturday. it all happened around 2:30 in the morning. police were responding to a crash that was blocking the southbound lanes on 380 near the first avenue exit.while they were trying to control traffic - another car crashed into the police cruiser. the people in thca crashed into the police cruiser. the people in the car died at the scene. two officers were hurt and taken to the hospital. we sfoek spoke with an iowa state trooper about the importance of safety in a crash zone and how drivers can help. >> you see peep rubber necking to turn to look. you'll see peep people holding cell phones up trying to take video. and that could be for someone changing a tire.
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crash. that causes people to drift from the lane and not pay attention to the vek in -- vehicle in front of them. >> we do not know the condition of the officers. our check of traffic this morning as we look at the i 380 area and looking at some of the road. 218 at melrose towards iowa city. little bit of a dri melrose traffic calmer than what it was friday for the big iowa game. roadways nice and calm. waterloo, marion, cedar rapids. iowa city. let's check the s-curve curves. we take the traffic off. no big announcements to look for. smooth sailing. traffic and weather together
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morning and evenings. just north of benton a barn far. fire officials are looking into what caused the fire and as more information comes in we'll update you. >> stay on top of breaking news by downloading our app. just search kgan cbs 2 in the app store. scientists are work on a vaccine that could change stephanie johnson with more. >> reporter: that's right. for years scientists have looked for a cure for hiv and this week scientists are launching a test trial for a medication that could possible put the final nail in the cough on the cure the disease. a test trial called hdtn 702 tested on more t,000 south
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of the test trial medication. here in the u.s. cdc 1.3 million americans live with hiv. now the results of the study will be published in 2020. dor ra back to you. is working on bills that would let iowans produce and distribute medical cannabadial to those with a prescription. in r expansion bills have been squashed by republican lawmakers. this new push gives advocates of cannabadial hope that the battle for medical use won't be lost. that's because the current limited cannabis law is set to expire in july. that's the 2014 law that allowed use of the drug to treat certain illnesses. advocates say they see an opportunity to rewrite more comprehensive rules this coming session. officials at nebraska are investigating a controversy sparked at last week's hawk husker game.
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more comprehensive rules. officialses a -- an iowa defensive tackle claimed a nebraska called him racial slurs. contacting iowa staff for more information. he says there were a couple of times on the team calling out derogatory comments. they say they do not condone that kind of conduct with anyone associated with their team. another football talking. this one about jt's close double over time fourth down conversion in the michigan ohio state match up. the last -- fans on both sides took to social media to argue over the play. some sending in zoomed images of that play. gl it's now 6:06 and it's almost 50 degrees in cedar rapids. if you're hegd out grocery
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this place out. how you can get free produce today. clouds again. showers as we head to break. a quiet day with the showers. 53. might hear a rumble or two of thunder. mid 30s tonight with clearing and low 50s tomorrow. the week ahead weather wise is
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> we welcome you in a look ats the headlines. cloudy skies. breezy winds and some showers as we head through the day. 47 degrees at 9:00. 50 this afternoon and a high of about 53 degrees. all in all very mild air with clouds and some scattered showers rolling through. doppler radar is quiet. not much going on aft rainy nights. kind of a rainy day too. here in cedar rapids we see the height reflects off the pavement but no rain. 46 degrees with those clouds right now. winds out of the south and east at 15 making it feel like 40. 50 waterloo. 46 iowa city, washington. 43 in dubuque. windchills upper 30s to lower
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city and waterloo. temperatures on the board. 50 in cedar valley. 46 burnington. 54 in des moines and lower 40s around spencer and sue city. >> 58 in des moines. upper 40s to low 50s in depuke and 52 in water loo. -- water loo. the mild night here. we are finding a few scattered showers back to the north and we that's part of an area of low pressure that will continue to move towards the east and eventually drag a cold front through our forecast as we head to tuesday. what that does is drops temperatures and brings a small chance of a rain drop or flurry later tuesday evening. there we go with predictor. it brings showers back later in the morning. they'll stay with us about 9:00.
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nose north iowa. cloudy skies. tuesday later afternoon. this is the same spod spot where we might have just a little bit of light rain and or snow for late tuesday night into wednesday. the bigger take away is the colder air for the midweek and weekend. 52 today. 53 cedar rapids. 54 iowa city and cloudy skies breezy winds. south winds north around decorah. ole wine 50. 52 manchester and waterloo. to the south as we find temperatures like 53 in tama. iowa city . -- 54. do be mindful of the winds as we head through the day. mid 30s other night. low 50s tomorrow mostly sunny
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tomorrow night. cloudy skies and cooler. still above normal with a high of 42. 32 wednesday night. thursday, friday upper 30 toz lower 40s. dry saturday heading into the forecast for sunday and sunday. upper 30s little rain and snow. our ten day temperature trend stays in the upper 30s to lower 40. mid30s for next wednesday. 6:30. look at the corridor commute and we'll start with a you can see i-380 heading second base. look back and see what's happening. as you can see it quiet conditions this morning. not nuch going on. around the coralville area. 308 come together. s curve looking good.
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ferry road. traffic and weather continue always on cbs 2 and fox 28. dor dora. in lynn county. a farmer giving away thousands of pounds of produce. started with a driver who had extra produce. 200 box of extra cue couple betters. that needed a home. chris bass accepted them and any individual or organization that wants them in the sfirt of -- spirit of giving them. >> we've had a lot of nonprofits that have been here with their trucks and vehicles and they've taken call awl kinds of boxes. meals on wheels had 30 boxes. they will just go to waist. we want people to take them. >> they tell us they had about half of the cue couple betters
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rest. they are open from #10-x 10:00 to 6:00. >> it's 6:14. if you are in swisher it's topping at 50 degrees. ot ters and children swimming
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? we are looking at iowa city. about to be 46 degrees there. about to top off at 50. it's clear now.
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should be coming to an end here soon. i'm sure a loot of people will be happy about that. >> welcome back a california animal sanctuary otters and children are swimming together. a unique form of therapy. >> reporter: seven-year-old hannah evans is having a great time with her new friends. >> having fun and it cute. >> reporter: she has a threatening gas troe intestinal disorder her playing with otters. >> she's has hand on experience with the animals. it's been great. >> reporter: the make-a-wish foundation arranged her advise to the an malsanctuary. >> the most important something to give them a positive day
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about the pain or illness. it's super important to treat the psych can i and have a good out look. especially when you're in pain, sick or scare. ed>> reporter: the swim gave her a boost. >> the otters that was really cute. >> reporter: a memory her parents say she will carry close to her heart on days she needs it the most. dmin swum with to nuch by nature. the organization uses the money they raise through paid swims tloo to fund all their make a wish visits. elementary 6:20. if you are -- it's 6:20. christmas is coming to the
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call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us on facebook -
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>> go outside. cloudy start. temperatures this morning mild for this time of year. cedar rapids and iowa city. 50 waterloo. cloud cover and wind out of the southeast at 18 not affecting the windchill. dubuque 43. here's your planner and through the day today clouds with scattered showers. 51 at lunchtime. 53. this afternoon. upper 40s which is mild. norm in the upper 30s. cloud cover out this as we feast our eyes on what is happening around iowa. launch predictor. we'll keep showers in that forecast. the chance exist through about 8:00, 9:00 tonight and the moisture moves out. >> cloudy and windy.
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right about 50 decorah. 52 watered loo manchester and 53 in cedar rapids. >> mostly sunny tomorrow. 51. clouds move back in tomorrow night with a small chance. low 40s wednesday. upper 30s to low 40s for thursday and friday and for sunday. a look at some of the other things going on around eastern iowa on monday. asking officials why it took long to respond to complaints. three dozen people were protesting outside a home when animal control arrived. they say before the picketing they had more than a dozen calls saying homeowners were neglecting dogs. tsarnaev weekend a boxer died in his shouldn't have taken a demonstration to have police
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>> glen county officials alongside reynolds will announce a major economic announcement. we'll be at 1:30 this afternoon and let you know what is coming to cps cedar rapids. members getting ready far major announcement. they are being tight lipped about this one we'll be there this morning find out what it cbs2iowa.com. the cedar rapids christmas tree will make its way to green square. here's a look at the tree lighting from last year. take place this saturday. good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in dakota access pipeline protesters say trump's holdings in the company and previous promises mean he'll greenlight the project. the hail mary play they're hoping
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you're watching c-b-s 2 this
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...trump transition -- after a steady stream of appointments - the president- >> rights now trump transition ach a steady stream of appoints the president-elect is slowing down. three top jobs still left open. >> more accusations of fraud why trump says hillary clinton won the popular vote and saying know to -- no to a recount. >> cubans begin the process of mourning form fidel castro. >> i'll tell you how long the
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thanks for joining us. you're looking at i-380. traffic is moving steadily. i forget that people are coming back from vacation and time off. so traffic is going to pick up a little bit. i had a two-day weekend. >> i had a three-day weekend. did shopping on friday. after that did some radio next door and got most of my holiday shopping done. >> >> serve getting windshield wipers, or oil. look at what's happening out flp it's cyber monday. many of you logging online. wait until you see the forecast then you can get to the latest hot deals out there. right now in cedar rapids we've been in the 40s as we look at the temperatures. waffling between 44 and 46 where we find ourselves now. doppler radar at 6:29. quiet. all clear.
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a cloid and mild start to the day in cedar rapids proper where we're at 46 degrees with a south wind about 15 miles per hour. 51 -- 50 waterloo. 46 iowa city, washington and in decorah. there are the winds. it's that south wind that helps keep everything nice and mild. plenty of cloud cover too on satellitend let's go to the planner. more scattered showers move in later today. we'll have 53 degrees as our top temperature. at 6:30 check the highways and biways and let you know what is going on as we look at traffic. out there this morning i 308 at second street. plenty cars. everybody getting back in the swing of things after a nice long holiday weekend. take a look at the roads.
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toward the marion area. let's go to the south. coralville. 308 at 80 no alert this is morning. everything seems to be moving fine fine and dandy. the final stop highway 20 everything is moving fine. president-elect donald accusing millions of fraud. claims the only reason his rival claimed the popular vote is because millions voted illegally. he -- the tweets reinvigorated a trump argument saying h he was losing to clint because of a rigged and corrupt system. he called out a few states. critics say if the fraud is
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push for mass recounts. >> it's ridiculous. this is a fundraising note requirety driven fraud from a person who won 33,000 sfloets wisconsin to trump who had 1 hnt 4 million. >> no evidence has been diskord. clinton's campaign will help in the recounts. as of friday jill stein's team raised the noun begin the messages to seek a redmount close states. the clinton campses say so far they haven't seen evidence of tampering. governor mitt romney and
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among those being considered. say slamming romney attacking trump's character. trump also interviewed candidates to fill defense secretary, director of national intelligence and head of homeland security. many will be waiting for possible announcements today after the thanksgiving holiday. feelings were mixed even among the cuba that castro ruled and hope for castro's beliefs to diminish. (sot begnaud feed u.s rep. ileana ros-lehtinen/(r) florida- 27th district) "our community is very optimistic and i think that their hopes and aspirations may soon be dashed by the reality of what raul castro represents will be setting down upon them" (sot yvonne rodriguez/cuban american 15:12:23) "it could be maybe the start of some kind of a dissolution so that we can start visiting. we are extremely curious we love the culture and we fell in love with cuba without even going there through our parents
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younger cuban americans in miami may now have the opportunity to visit the island and connect with their culture. overseas--north korea have observed several days to mourn fidel castro's death.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is at the breaking news desk with detials. stephanie?dora- north korea will observe a three-day period to mourn the communist leader. starting today and ending wednesday night.flags will fly at half staff outside of official buildings for the deceased north korea's kim jong un sent a wreath to the cuban embassy . back in 1960 the two countries established a relationship-- both of the countries common enemy now the mourning will start today and end on wednesday. flags in north korea will fly at half staff and north korea sent a wreath to the cuban embassy on word of his death. back in 1960 both countries came together bay they both did not like the u.s. and they established a relationship.
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have nine days of observing the leader's death. that's latest. back to you. a new confrontation brewing over the dakota access pipeline. protesters fighting pipeline construction must vacate the property by december 5 or they face arrest. the decision is nest to -- necessary to protect the public. they want a peaceful transition to a safer location for the protesters and not forcibly those that choose to do so stay about at&t their own risk. demonstrators fear what trump will do if the pipeline nendz his hands. if that delay waits until obama is out of office protesters say they expect the orrder to be full steam ahead. because of trump's promises to bolster oil production. his stock shares in the complaen affect his decision.
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decision before trump is gnawing rated. offering all the classics from donkey dong packman. how the new downtown destination is a place for games and also a place for giving. look for a place to eat, drink and play classic arcade games? so are chris and his friends. >> we have this conversations about an arcade bar would be a cool d sister in brooklyn when he realized his cool idea was an actual leis. >> -- place. >> this is something we are working on a business plan and collecting games. here we are. >> reporter: ellis is now the owner of the quarter barrel. the 10-month old bar is finding a way to give back. >> we opened this place to provide something for the community and it doesn't have to
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like bar. we like to go dwloond. >> reporter: so the arcade bar teamed up with way point for collecting with a cause with a sunday lunch special. >> 20% of the proceeds going back to way point's programs and collecting hygiene products and food. >> reporter: menning is the marking coordinator and says the nonprofit service 5,000 people in need annually. she says partnerships like this pushes way point's cause to the >> it's great for raiding awareness and having the community take part and making a difference for people who are struggling. especially this time of the year. >> way point's collection far cause campaign is connected to giving tuesday on november 29. the nonprofit is collecting all holiday season long. visit our website, cbs2iowa.com. now 6:37. it's about 45 degrees. if you're in north liberty.
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let's look at what looking -- working on for fox 28. >> so it's nice super easy what you need to host the perfect holiday party. that's coming up fox 28 to you and when you're echile >> they've got what you need to host the perfect holiday party. > mother nature brings rain after a soggy afternoon and evening yesterday. take a look at the forecast as we head to break. as the kids head to school. maybe a couple of scattered showers. better chance this fr of 53. your full weather first forecast is u switch to centurylink and get up to 40 megs of high-speed internet for just $20 a month. that's the speed you need to stream... ...game...
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>> good morning you as we welcome you in. take a look at your forecast. the winds are breezy out of the south. they'll be gusting as much as 30 miles per hour. the bottom line more showers chance move in later this morning and will stay with us later tonight. they'll move out over night we look forward. a chance of showers moving in. we'll give you the timing here in a bit. let's show you the numbers. 48 at 8:00. 50 afternooned lunchtime and 53 the top temperature. clouds and scattered showers. we might hear a rumble of thunder today. nothing severe is expected. there was that satellite and radar. nice and quiet. doppler radar quite. it's a cloudy start to the day
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degrees. southeast winds at 15 makes it feel like 40 which is still mild. 50 the temperature in waterloo. 48 in oelwein. 46 iowa city. decorah and down in washington. statewide temperatures today. high of 58 in des moines. 52 in waterloo. 53 in cedar rapids. we zoom out and show you what's happening. cloud cover first and around eastern iowa. west. as you see it nice and milder air here across eastern iowa. you'll notice back to the north and west 30s, 40s and 50s. all that colder air will eventually move into iowa. the jet stream just takes a dip to the south and pulls that cooler air in. we'll go back to normal temperatures and maybe even a little bit below normal by the end of the weekend.
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the warm front. showers out there. early evening. we're clearing over night. cold front passes through tomorrow and drags more clouds behind it. for late tuesday night rain and snow chance for tuesday evening early wednesday for those of you in northeast iowa. there's predictor. the scattered showers starting any time between 8:00 and 9:00 this morning. they'll stay with us through 9:00 tonight. clouds will do the same. clearing nice and sunny skies. most of we'll keep clouds in northeast iowa tomorrow. tomorrow evening up there north highway 20 a rain drop or flurry. nothing major expected. the temperatures drop after that. low 50s in center point and central city. 53 in cedar rapids. 43 north liberty and 54 iowa city. winds out of the south at 10 to 20.
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south winds breezy gusting to 30. 54 iowa city. at this particular timen the same. washington 53 monticello and 53 in the vicinitien area. same winds cloudy skies and scattered showers. there's your extended forecast. low 50s tomorrow. cold front moves through. 40s for the day wednesday. thursday, friday, upper 30s lower 40s. for the most part dry. we'll stay dry. upper 30s sunday. rain and snow chance there. kind of keeping an eye on a storm system that looks to bring moisture we'll stay in the upper 30s low 40s. >> 6:44 take a look at the drive. and your corridor commute takes us as we look live i 380 at call ins road. plenty of vehicles. you can see for the most part
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fine. that's good news. take a look at the roadways and we've zoomed out the map. good news is no big concerns. we soo a couple of big things popping up. to the east of iowa city. between ai city and west branch area looking off of i 80. let's see if we get that fie to pop up and let us know what is going on. a vehicle on the shoulder. you might have a brief delay if you're heading to iowa ci for the most part roads are green which means smooth sailing. should that change we'll let you know. traffic and weather together mornings on cbs2 news and fox 28. dor ra. >> and thank you for waking up with us. good morning. if you're in water loo. about 49 degrees. ahead we're updating the most important stories for your
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welcome back - - it's now on your cyber monday, here's a live look from ipswitch, massechusettes at the great >> welcome back. it's 648. a live look from ip switch. aww. the great dane service dog project. these puppies are cozy inside. they're being trained to become service dogs to help norse need. i could look at them all day. >> now we have another live
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a little bit of water on the ground there. it should be -- actually justin said it should be getting worse. we won't even talk about that. today. a tomorrower lina employee. police say cane sent a pornographic image to a minor. officials say they can't rele >> initial appearance is set for 8:30 this morning. ? a nan waterloo is recovering to his hand, side and backside. police believe the shooting happened near 700 kern street. in that area, police found a car with bullet holes and cash in the street. right now, they're still searching for suspects. a new warning this morning after a deadly holiday weekend crash. two were killed and two officers hurt on interstate holiday weekend crash. two were killed and two officers
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it happened around 2:30 in the morning. police responding to a crash blocking the southbound lanes. while they were trying to control traffic another car crash zone and how drivers can help. "approaching the scene of a crash, you see people rubber necking, turning their heads to see what's happening. you'll see people even hold cell phones up to try to take pictures or video of the scene and that could even someone changing a tire. it may not be a traffic crash, and that causes people to drift from a lane, not pay attention to the vehicle in front of them, when they're slowing and cause rear end collisions."right now -- we don't know the condition of the police officers.as soon as we have more information, we >> right now we don't know the conditions of the police officers. as soon as we get the information we'll bring it to you. >> north of bent an barn fire brought several departments there.
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the dairy part of the. in linn county -- a corridor farmer is giving away thousands of pounds of produce.it all started with a phone call from a semi driver who had some extra produce on his truck.more than 200 boxes started from a phone call from a semi driver who had extra produce. more than 12,000 pounds that needed a home. chris owns bass farms gladly accepted those veg justice and organization that wants them. >> whooef -- we have had lots of charities and nonprofits with their vehicles and taken all kinds of box. i know meals on wheels got 30 box this is morning. they're just going to go to waste. we want people to come and take them. >> bass told us they have about half of those cucumbers left and they hope to give the rest away today. the farm is open frn 6:00 to --
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degrees here in cedar rapids. when we come back we'll look at the three stories you need to know. corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
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this morning, a judge will hear the case against mary beth haglin. haglin is >> welcome back. this morning a skwluj hear the case against mayor beth haglin accused of sexually exploiting a student last school year. during an interview she admitted to @ sexual relationship after those introduce her charges were elevated because prosecutors say she violated a no contact order and appeared on the dr. phil show to discuss the case.
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officials at nebrask investigating a controversies sparked at the hawk husker game. claiming an a nebraska offensive lineman called him racial slurs. they are looking into it and will be contacting iowa staff for more information. he says there were a couple of in des moines - there's renewed hope for changes to our medical cannabis laws. the republican lawmaker is working on bills that would let iowans produce and distribute medical cannabadial to those with a prescription. in recent years, some expansion bills have been squashed by republican lawmakers. this new push gives advocates of cannabadial hope that the battle for medical use won't be lost. that's because the current limited cannabis law is set to expire in july. that's the 2014 law that allowed use of the drug to treat certain illnesses.
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they see an opportunity rewrite more comprehensive rules coming this session. we're back in the weather sne center. >> 50 degree decorah. 52 waterloo manchester dubuque 51. cedar rapids 53. as we head to the bus stop a cloudy start to the day. our temperatures 45 degrees. mild morning out there for us this morning. let's look at the radar.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, november 28th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? president-elect trump denounces plans to recount the vote in three states. hillary clinton's campaign is now backing the wisconsin after conceding the election. >> cuba mourns the life of a leader while miami cheers the death of a dictator. charlie is in havana today and takes a look at how fidel castro death could change cuba and its relationship with the u.s. warning for shoppers who use their smartphones on cyber money. how opening your app could put your information in the eyes of criminals. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.

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